South Park offends, repulses, and disgusts many television viewers. To those people, I quote the great Eric Cartman: "Screw you guys." To celebrate
American Idol's 13 finalists South Park's 13th season (which begins tomorrow night), we've compiled our favorite baker's dozen episodes. Don't agree with the list? Read the above Eric Cartman quote.
Good news for all you cartoon lovers with fancy-pants television sets. Fox has announced that The Simpsons is finally making the technological leap to high definition next month, starting with the episode "Take My Life, Please." This follows recent news that South Park will also bump to HD next season.
On CBS tonight, one of the only award shows which blame can only be put on the viewers aired. I'm talking of course about the People's Choice Awards, and this year's edition may be the most important for the ceremony--it turned 35 years old tonight. Not only is it a birthday, it also is rebounding from last year's writers strike (which left then host Queen Latifah to fend for herself) and is still building upon its change in voting system--in 2005 it went online to let the "people" choose its winners.
We're on the homestretch now, with only thirty more spots left to fill. This batch of 10 features some splendid opening credits, the core of Supernatural, and some off-screen drama that's better than the on-screen drama's drama.
In this gargantuan Top 100 list, we go a little out of the box by looking at specific elements of television--both on-screen and off-screen--that we thought were the most memorable this year. We continue our countdown of fond TV memories of 2008 with the next 10.
The sad reality is this: South Park will eventually end. However, don't expect Stan, Kyle, Cartman, and Kenny to go away with a black screen for 15 seconds or be thrown into a Latham, Massachusetts, jail. Creator Trey Parker is leaning toward a more glamorous farewell: a sendoff on the big screen.
The people have spoken, and they love House, Heroes, and American Idol. The 35th Annual People's Choice Awards has revealed its lengthy list of nominees, and it's full of small-screen favorites.
Thank gosh the Cold War is over, otherwise things could have gotten nuke-tacular. City officials in Mother Russia are upset over local channel 2x2 Television for broadcasting an episode of South Park that they claim promotes extremism.
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