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we need to watch the next episode to judge this one
this episode was one of the show classics, i just wonna wait for the next episode, to see why Greg is important, what i like in this show that they involve everyone, like in this episode and in the next "Greg".
however,, the thing with Stan's brother was hilarious, i mean he kept holding the camera, and wanting to tape everything regardless of whats happening, typical south park act hehhe.
they did something new in this episode with peruvians, and how the kids acts stupid.
but i dont know why they make this episode in two parts, i dont think it needs that much of time, i think its a waste of time.moreless
What I liked: Craig telling Stan and friends why nobody at school likes them, the city of South Park being attacked, the man at the end revealing the only one who can stop the madness is Craig, Kyle's parents and Sharon telling Mr. and Mrs. Tucker they think Craig is a bad influence on their kids, amongst other things.
Good episode. I liked the 'epic' feel to it, and I laughed a lot. It was also a good cliffhanger ending, which I liked because it made me excited to see what would happen in part two. Not one of the best episodes, but it was enjoyable, and as such, I give it a B- or so as my final grademoreless
far from good like imaginationland, but a superbly done episode
okay i knew this episode was going to be good as soon as when kenny was dancing around with the pan flute music. then they started to make money by becoming a flute band with cartman, kyle, stan, kenny, and craig. and it was written well, plot is stale, but the setting of this episode was superb. do not know why people did not appreciate this episode, but for me it was a funny and cleverly plotted episode. and the shocking ending gave me a huge glimpse in my eye saying that i must watch the second part of the episode.
overall, not as good as the other 2 or 3 parters, but a good way to start a 2 parter.moreless
We don't need another "Imaginationland"
Ok, now let me start off by saying the beginning looked promising. Cartman coming up with a get rich quick scam is always hilarious. But it just took a wrong turn when they started their "Cloverfield" references.
I'm starting to get sick of their two-three part episodes. Imaginationland was cool but do we really need another one? I want to see more use of Trey and Matt's creativity, and not what they think people would like. I will seem like a bad South Park fan but I don't think I'll watch part 2 of this. I hope once this storyline is over, they go back to their other ideas that are somewhat good. Because I liked the last two episodes, and this, is not right.moreless
Gearing Up For Another Great Season!!!
This Episode Was Great Why Everyone Has A Problem With It I Dont Understand. After Watching South Park Over It Life You Must Eventually Realise That What Makes This Show So Funny Is It's Complete And Utter Randomness.
Yes The Idea Really Didnt Mix Which Is What Made It Funny You Didnt Expect Them To Be Giant Guinea Pigs Or Pan Flute Bands Thats What Makes It So Funny.
Craig Was Funny In This Episode With His Point Outs And The Parody Of Cloverfield Was Classic Only Because Randy Did It He Is So Funny And Kenny Doing That Random Little Dance Aswell. Classic Episode
Cant Wait For Next Weekmoreless
Not a bad episode, really
I can't say it's all that great. We've seen plots like this before. But wait, we've seen plots like this before? Yes, people, this actually feels like a South Park episode. That's what brings my score up for this one. It was a little above average, it was funny and it sticks closer to SP's routes than most other episodes of today. Randi was funny as usual. I'm just glad they can never screw his character up no matter how far they go with others. My only real issue right now is that Craig hasn't flicked people off lately, and this episode kinda adds to it. Overall, an okay episode.moreless
How come everyone likes this one so much?
Okay, I am really confused as to why everyone seems to think this episode is so great. It's not. It's unoriginal, weird, and stupid. First of all, who's ever heard of Peruvian flute bands, ever, before this episode. Maybe some people, but not me. And the Furry Death? Guinea Pigs? Jeez. They decide to do a Cloverfield parody 9 whole months after the freaking movie! The plot was rehashed from other episodes, and they seriously should have picked something more relevant for an "epidemic". The next part better be good, because this episode was very disappointing. The only things I really liked were Craig's observation (and the fact that he's a major character in this episode) and the Cloverfield parody, despite it being very very late. And also, I have to say that I liked the Oprah episode. I didn't like this episode.moreless
This Episode was AWSOME!! I dont know why some people think that South Park is getting worse ITS Acually getting better since that Indiana Jones Episode.. This episode was soo funny and theres a continued one coming up next week , and i cant wait to see it :D...
The episode was about when Stan convinces the other boys to start their own pan flute band. They convince Craig to invest his $100.00 USD birthday money that he got.. Than they next to the mall and get some money by playing the peruvian music..and they made some bucks but than the government decides to Ban all the Peruvian pan flute bands ..so they take them to Miami than Peru to stop all the bands... When all the bands stopped playing , Huge guine pigs atack the world.. haha its a really funny episode!!moreless
Season 12, Episode 10.
I really enjoyed this episode. The whole Mexican band thing or whatever wasn't too bad. It didn't really phase me. They were jerks to Craig, though. But it was humorous, so I don't really care. :) I really loved one certain aspect of this episode. It was done wonderfully. It was the Cloverfield essence in this episode that makes it a series classic. Cloverfield is one of the best movies ever, and I was not expecting it to be a part of a South Park episode, ever. It was done wonderfully, though. Kudos to Trey Parker and Matt Stone. 10/10, definitely.moreless
The guys learn how to make some $$$$$$$$$$
When an international crisis strikes, the boys discover a way to make money that seems easy and profitable. Cartman manages to convince Craig that he should help the guys with their scheme. Cartman knows Craig has what it takes to make their dream a reality. This episode was alright, it was funny with the peruvian pan flute guys and stan learns he and the others can make money by starting a peruvian pan flute ban. With a donation from craig. One of the reasons i like this episode is Craig is a prominant character and he isnt normally a prominant character he is just a background character or just a minor characterr but its cool to see him playing a major role being the only one who can stop the attack.moreless