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South Park: The Complete Thirteenth Season

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All fourteen uncensored episodes from South Park’s thirteenth season are now available in this exclusive three-disc set. Roll with the boys as they save the economy, the whales, and a bunch of dead celebrities all while discovering the joys of Fish Sticks. For them, it’s all part of growing up in South Park!… More >>

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I’ve watched this show since it began when I was a fourth grader and it’s weird to watch the boys have only grown one grade while I’m now four years out of high school. Season 13 of the show manages to continue the series longer than most animated shows still without killing what the show itself is meant to be, for the most part. This season if not all out great like I feel seasons 6,8 or 11 were is at least another solid season with stand out episodes. While the show did take a few more unscheduled trips to the silly end of things they still manage to be enjoyable for true fans and it hardly feels the show is selling out or risking becoming a satire of itself. Episodes this season are:

The Ring – When the Jonas brothers make Kenny’s new girlfriend hot he starts wearing a promise ring like them only to become boring and a shell of his former self. [I’m in favor of anything that mocks the Jonas Brothers. I hate them so much]

The Coon – During times of great Woe and Despair, “The Coon” rises up from the gutter to defend the city. Cartmen is the city’s sole savior until Mysterion arrives on the scene and he must team with Professor Chaos to unmask the new hero. [This was an entertaining stab at more recent super hero movies Dark Knight and Watchmen. If nothing else we get to see Professor Chaos again and the scenes with the stupid cops are great. I’m also surprised how few people were upset by the subtle allusion to Obama in this episode and it’s controversial title]

Margaritaville – While the town fights over who to blame for the poor economy, Randy steps forward with a plan to live without an economy at all. Soon the town returns to biblical times and only a Jew willing to pay for our sins can save us. Meanwhile in trying to return his father’s unneeded margarita maker, Stan symbolically explores the actual problem with the economy. [A great episode with a classic South Park premise, Emmy Winner]

Eat, Pray, Queef – An April Fool’s Day joke gone wrong finds America’s women and two Canadian women much like Terrence and Phillip standing up for their right to ‘fart’ like men do, despite how truly disgusting the men find it. [Definitely not one of the best episodes but definitely a fun joke at the root of it and it perfectly reflects part of the male mind. Would have been better with less Terrence and Phillip, though it was nice to see them again and the recurring references to Matt & Trey’s April Fool’s Day joke gone wrong in ’98 are always ammusing self relevance]

Fishsticks – When Jimmy comes up with a great new joke about fishsticks Cartmen tries to take credit and then so does comedian Carlos Mencia. Meanwhile Kanye West doesn’t get the joke and winds up becoming the joke himself. [A great episode considering it’s centered on such a simple joke and manages to attack so many people so well. Do you like fishsticks? Then you must be a gay fish.]

Pinewood Derby – When Randy lies to help Stan win the Pinewood Derby it results in him teaching his son how to cover up a lie only for things to obviously escalate to ridiculous levels. [A fun episode that takes a good shot at recent politics and the absurd lengths people will go to try and cover up something that’s already obvious to the rest of us.]

Fatbeard – Cartmen decides to become a pirate and drags Butters and a rag tag crew along only to wind up being unknowingly kidnapped by real Somalian Pirates. While Cartmen lives the life of a fairy tale pirate, the US tries to get them out of the hostage situation.[Finally another episode hitting directly on what was happening in the news that week. Very funny visuals and it wonderfully comments on the events. If not a truly great episode, it’s good.]

Dead Celebrities – When Ike is being haunted by the presence of dead celebrities the boys call in the ghost hunters only to realize they only scare themselves by bumping into things in the dark. Soon the boys learn the numerous recent dead celebrities wont’t move on because one refuses to accept his death and possesses Ike, leading to a hilarious scene that mocks the perversion of toddler beauty pagents. [This episode made me think there could be a new era of South Park episodes. Amazing in it’s execution, mocking several things well and again based right on the headlines with deeper meanings to be found in the humor. Genius.]

Butter’s Bottom Bitch – Butters first kiss from a girl finds him realizing why boys would pay for kisses. When he tries to start a kissing ring it escalates, unbeknownst to him, to a prostitution ring. Soon a dedicated cop is trying to take down Butters who has transformed into a P.I.M.P. [A funny topic I’m surprised they haven’t commented on more before. Player’s Ball scenes were great and an enjoyable episode with lots of laughs]

W.T.F. – After going to a wrestling event the boys all want to become wrestlers. When they learn what real wrestling is on the school team they opt out to form their own wrestling arena where their over the top acting is so good Vince MCMahon stops by to possibly recruit them. [Amazing in how it completely properly comments on what Wrestling has become and ties in the “Took our job” guys taking there bit to a new extreme and gives us the new hilarious character of the school wrestling teacher who everyone thinks is gay. A personal favorite.]

Whale Whores – When Stan’s birthday trip to the Aquarium is ruined by Japanese Dolphin killer’s he sets out to stop them and make a difference in the world. He crosses paths with several Discovery Channel reality shows before realizing they don’t actually do anything. In the end we see why the Japanese hate Dolphins and Whales so much. [Excellent beginning in how it mocks several things. It looses some steam but the final joke is amusing and the episode as a whole is fun. Especially the turnaround on the Japanese being thought cruel for slaughtering dolphins and whales but America will accept them slaughtering cows because that’s normal]

The F Word – When the boys use the f word (ends in an ag) to describe some attention seeking Harley rider’s everyone gets upset. The Harley rider’s explore the origin of the word while the boys fight to explain their meaning of the word versus the meaning the adults have. [Some didn’t like this episode. I have argued the point it makes for years. The definition of words is always changing and I agree that the F word now means the definition given at the end of this episode, or at least loud annoying people who crave attention]

Dances With Smurfs – When Cartmen takes over the announcements at school he becomes like many recent supposed journalists who just use free speech as an excuse to package their opinion as fact. Soon he is targeting class president Wendy and accusing her of elaborately made up lies.[A fun episode that takes good shots at Avatar, the recent so called journalists and the very recent headlines of a politician who actually claimed to have run off to the mountains]

Pee – When the boys go to a water park Kyle is bothered by the discovery that everyone, including Stan, pees in the pools. Cartmen is disillusioned by the abundance of minorities. Then when the pool PH levels are nearly all P and no H disaster strikes leaving Kyle to face his fear of urine and Cartmen believing he is the last white man alive. [If not a great season finale it does mock the stupidity of 2012, has a good running bit for Kyle and has the hilarious story of Cartmen believing he has become the world’s last majority surrounded by minorities and singing an awesome song about it while making a true statement about America]

This season set (Available in 3 disc DVD or 2 disc Blu-Ray) contains the same mini commentaries included on each season set since the third season. Nowadays Matt and Trey have caught up with themselves and are commenting on episodes right after (and in some cases before) they’ve finished making them. I personally found this set’s mini-com’s to be very entertaining and funny. This is also the first season to contain deleted scenes, which unlike most shows, are actually entertaining stuff that just had to be cut for time. Another interesting special feaure for true South Park fans is an XBOX Live segment giving fans a look inside South Park studios.

Also included is some sort of X-Box cross promotion for a game called, South Park Let’s Go Tower Defense Play! XLBA, that will give purchasers of this DVD or Blu-Ray a free character and two unlockable levels, whatever that means.

All in all I continue to commend South Park for avoiding satirizing itself like other favorites the Simpsons, or even Family Guy. This show is always just about pointing out how stupid things are and as long as they never take that too serial then they will always have good episodes if not great ones. It’s hard to expect them to come up with constant simplistically genius episode concepts like Guitar Queer-o, Make Love Not Warcraft, Good Times With Weapons or Imaginationland on a nonstop basis. So a mere good season is forgiven as long as it contains great episodes which this one does. Five Stars for being as Funny and certainly as Entertaining as Ever.

*After having now rewatched the episodes, this season stands up much better in second viewing. I would now say it’s much better than just good, though still not truly great.
Rating: 5 / 5

I have seen a few reviews about some of the seasons of South Park that just sort of irk me to no end. I have been watching this silly little cartoon since it’s first show and STILL absolutely love it. I am always telling people that I think this is the best animated cartoon ever to air.

Season 13 just came out and it will soon join the other twelve in my collection. And yes, I have already seen the episodes and I enjoyed them.

Has it ever occurred to some of you naysayers that maybe it is just you, and not the show itself, that has changed?

I am 54 years old and I am still laughing my ass off at these little dudes.
Rating: 5 / 5

After a, for the most part, lackluster season 12, I looked forward to season 13 of my favorite show especially after seeing so many favorable reviews (usually, I do not get to see South Park episodes until they are released on DVD). Well, season 13 is better than season 12, but it is not as solid as previous SP seasons. My favorite episodes are “Dead Celebrities”, “Fishsticks”, “W.T.F.”, “Fatbeard”, and “Butter’s Bottom B*@ch.” Most of the other episodes are good or have really funny moments (i.e. “Pee”) but others are either blah (“The Coon” & “The F-Word”) or have very stupid moments (i.e. “Whale Whores” and “Pinewood Derby”). The deleted scenes (on disc 1) were an excellent addition. The deleted ending to “Fishsticks” is disturbing and very brutal. Kanye West had his feelings hurt by the aired episode, how would he have felt if this ending was used? Here is a run-down of the season 13 episodes.

Disc 1:

1. The Ring–Kenny’ new girlfriend gets all worked up when seeing the Jonas Brothers but–much to Kenny’s chagrin–the band promotes purity rings. The rings turn out to be a money-grubbing scheme concocted by a diabolical and very powerful mouse. I like how there is a girl being carried out on a stretcher at the Jonas Bros. concert. Surprisingly, the brothers come out unscathed.

2. The Coon–“To clean the trashcan of society” (since when does he care?) Cartman takes on the mysterious vigilante persona of “The Coon” for which he, of course, wants plenty of glory. When a rival masked crime fighter arrives on the scene taking all the publicity, “The Coon” wants him unmasked.

3. Margaritaville–South Park’s banks are failing and people need an answer. They follow the always melodramatic Randy Marsh and his teachings of an angry and vengeful economy that demands drastic cuts in spending. Kyle takes on a role similar to a certain biblical figure to pay for all the residents’ debts so they will have faith in spending again. Meanwhile, Stan learns about the complications and rationality (yeah, right) of the economy by encountering several annoying characters when he tries returning his dad’s Margaritaville.

4. Eat, Pray, Queef–The males in SP are totally grossed out when queefing in public becomes all the rage after an April Fools airing of the Queef Sisters on the Canada Channel (“the only channel in Canada”). Even Martha Stewart gets into the act! The women do not understand what all the fuss is about and it turns into the battle of the sexes. Great episode for women’s empowerment. Gross, but the scenes with Terrance and Phillip and the Queef Sisters are very funny.

5. Fishsticks–The very popular episode pokes fun at Kanye West’s over-inflated ego. Jimmy–and to a lesser extent–Cartman come up with a joke that takes the nation by storm (and causes two people to vomit on the Jay Leno show). West–self-professed genius–takes it a little too seriously. Carlos Mencia actually gets it even worse in this episode. Craig shows he’s the most realistic of all, advising Jimmy to “just give [Cartman] half” of the royalties as he is not going to win a battle with the fat one.

Disc 2:

6. Pinewood Derby–I did not like this episode at all. Randy wants Stan to beat Emmitt Hollis’s kid at a Pinewood Derby race so badly he steals a superconducting bending magnet from Switzerland (he traveled there?) to put in the car. The car not only wins the race, it shoots into space and contacts an alien life force. South Park is then visited by a ridiculous stereotype gangster. Randy on the phone with all the world leaders was also really lame.

7. Fatbeard–Hearing about Somalian Pirates on the news, Cartman decides to gather a crew and make the journey to Mogadishu for adventure and pillaging using “me mother’s credit card.” Kyle is glad to see Cartman leave until he finds out Ike is a member of his crew. Cartman–a natural-born leader–actually fares well with the Somalians while Ike and Butters finds out from a real Somalian Pirate that the life they are escaping is paradise to him. Great pirate song! Cartman drops a load of F-bombs in this one.

8. Dead Celebrities–My favorite from this season! Ike sees dead celebrities–especially Billy Mays. The dead celebs are stuck in purgatory and can’t move on because one celeb cannot accept his demise. You know who it is as soon as his voice is heard: “No, that’s ignorant…I just have a skin condition.” Then he morphs into Ike’s body–Hilarious! Cartman finally shows sympathy for someone other than himself: “Chipotlaway” pitch-man Billy Mays. You also get to see Kyle’s parents getting it on.

9. Butter’s Bottom [email protected]*ch–It’s nice to see Butters–South Park’s punching bag–succeed at something. In this case, he becomes p*mp of a kissing company. In the meantime, the chief of police keeps going a bit too far with his prostitution sting operation–Hilarious! Butters sure cusses a lot in this episode.

10. W.T.F.–After watching WWE Raw, the boys join a wrestling team but find out it’s not the theatrical wrestling they expect so they form their own Wrestling Takedown Federation (WTF–ha!) which is more emphasis on soap opera than wrestling. They become so popular that Vince MacMahon comes to see them (note: he’s given a Playbill in his balcony seat).

Disc 3:

11. Whale Whores–This episode parodies the Whale Wars reality show with Stan joining the crew and incorporating more extreme measures but I can’t get over the Enola Gay segment. That is just stupid.

12. The F Word–The boys use the F-word that rhymes with “wag” to refer to annoying Harley riders not for what it is commonly used for. As the meaning of the word is changing for the younger generations, the boys try to get the head editor of Webster Dictionary, Emmanuel Lewis (get it?), to change the official meaning. This episode is not one of the better ones, but the photos of Liberace and the biker shown to the baby made me laugh out loud.

13. Dances With Smurfs”–Cartman takes over reading the morning announcements after the previous reader was murdered on air. He uses his new platform to criticize student body president Wendy Testaburger. Cartman in his Glenn Beck role is hilarious. I like when he gets the kindergarten students to recite “socialist dung hole” during the Pledge of Allegiance. Also, could this be the first time in the series Eric Cartman is referred to a Eric “Fartman”?? Seems hard to believe that wasn’t used before.

14. Pee–Both Cartman and Kyle find things to be disgusted about at Pi Pi’s Splashtown water park. For Cartman it is the number of minorities at the park, for Kyle it’s the number of people peeing in the pools. The ending was a bit weak (ha! weak flow), but the song Cartman sings brought tears to my eyes. It is probably the funniest moment of the season.
Rating: 4 / 5

I have been an avid fan of South Park now for 4 years, and this DVD set completes my current collection of South Park goodness. The show has taken a dip in quality in recent years, as is inevitable with all shows in their 13th season, but there are still plenty of hilarious moments throughout the season, including the Kanye West Fishsticks episode.

My only complaint comes from the packaging: before, SP came in a nice, built package that felt like it will last for a good while. This one is trying to be more eco-friendly I guess, which is all good, but it the holders for the DVD are poor and when DVD was scratched already, causing an episode to not play. Moreover, the box began falling apart as soon as I opened it, and even the usual descriptors of episodes in the box were off. Comedy Central apparently forgot a good five episodes (they are on the DVDs).

Overall, I’d only recommend this if you want to complete your SP collection, like I did. Otherwise, all the episodes are available on South Park’s website, and will soon all be available on Netflix Instant.
Rating: 3 / 5

even though i haven’t seen the whole season i still think this is a must-have 4 any South Park fan like me trust me most of these episodes r HILARIOUS!!!!!!
Rating: 5 / 5

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