26. Up the Down Steroid (Season 8, Episode 03) Rocky Balboa has Aids. One can really enjoy South Park when they combine semi-dramatic storytelling with great comedy in a neatly structured storyline. In this case the “drama” comes from Jimmy’s main plot, which has enough seriousness to contrast the Cartman B-story, while still employing just […]Read more "Best of South Park – 26 – Up the Down Steroid"
19. Le Petit Tourette (Season 11, Episode 08) Cartman loses all restraint and is at wits end praying for a miracle before he’s bailed out by his old pal. A big excuse to revel in as many permutations of swear words as possible, the storytelling and the conclusion to the narrative of this episode was, much like the […]Read more "Best of South Park – 19 – Le Petit Tourette"
9. Christian Rock Hard (Season 7, Episode 09) Inspiration. That’s the key you guys. With the basic premise of Eric making a bet with Kyle leading to the top pop groups staging a strike on his front lawn, Christian Rock Hard makes mince meat out of “hardcore” rock groups that appear edgy but are just […]Read more "Best of South Park – 09 – Christian Rock Hard"
4. Fat Butt and Pancake Head (Season 7, Episode 05) Celebrities go down hard in South Park, and the already tired “pop-diva” persona of the time was ripe for picking. In addition, the reality that pop stars of this type are as good as hand puppets hits home neatly. The real star of the episode […]Read more "Best of South Park – 04 – Fat Butt and Pancake Head"