South Park wraps up this evening of half hour shows. It has been a terrible sitcom sandwich, with slices of cartoons holding it all together. At least I am being left off with South Park. Two and a Half Men would have left me too depressed to undress myself and get into bed. I might have even given up trying to drink water.
No big surprise, but I have seen this episode of South Park. The kids are starting up a junior detective business.
As with all reruns that I watch, I will try and look a little deeper into why this show is what it is.
South Park takes adult situations and filters them through the innocence of children. I know what you are thinking, innocence and South Park? It is true. The children may swear and talk about naughty things, but their honesty is pure and unhindered. It is the hellspawn of Kids Say The Darndest Things, to reference that show twice in one night.
I love the characters that are treated like crap in this show. Pip was hilarious and Butters is always good for a misfortunate laugh. It feels good that it is not me. Believe it or not, I was not a popular child. I know, I know. It is tough. Do not hurt yourself thinking about it. Just move on to the next paragraph.
Awww, shucks. Now the show is over. You should not have moved on to the next paragraph so quickly! I thought I would pick up a little more about this show today. Oh well, it will probably win the vote again at some point.
Time to watch a few more hours of 24 on DVD. You think my TV for the evening is over, but it is just beginning!