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South Park Season 14 Episode 14 Creme Fraiche : Tonight’s episode brings us to the end of another season of ‘South Park’ and Trey Parker and Matt Stone have decided to end the season with a lot of sexual double entendres (or at least more sexual double entendres than usual). With this break, perhaps Matt Stone and Trey Parker will use the time to reflect and create. Perhaps they’ll even write a Broadway musical.
It’s funny how ‘Crème Fraiche’ made both food and exercise dirty at the same time. The Food Network became analogous to porn (and indeed, it is sometimes) and the Shake Weight became analogous to … well, you know. This episode was more overtly sexual but you have to be overtly sexual when the subject of your satire is the sex life of a marriage.
It was nice to see Terrance and Phillip again, even if was in a parody commercial for Progressive Insurance. Was the woman accompanying them in the commercial one of the Queef sisters from ‘Eat, Pray, Queef?’
Sadly, the Food Network is one of the channels I rarely watch. Other than the use of the celebrity chefs, I’m sure there were several references to that channel’s shows (I’m pretty sure the Beef Wellington in the Gordon Ramsay bit was one). Can anybody name them in the comments?
Who would have thought to give the best lines in the episode to the Voice Assist feature of the Shake Weight? Matt and Trey, that’s who. It’s surprising that the device didn’t grab an umbrella and fly out the window at the end.
Going off on a tangent for a moment, why is Sharon washing the dishes by hand? Wouldn’t the Marshes have a dishwasher? I guess not.
Given ‘South Park’s history, it’s surprising that the Cafeteria Cook-off (forgive me for not remembering the full name) didn’t end up in a bloodbath where the chefs attacked each other with knives.
Given the subject matter of food and sex, this episode would have definitely benefited from an appearance by the original Chef. Rest in peace, Mr. Hayes.
The episode did seem a little sexist by blaming Sharon for the Marsh marriage difficulties. It was as if the creators were blaming Randy’s obsession on Sharon’s lack of attention towards him. Most women I know would have simply sat on the couch and watched The Food Network alongside him. Of course, for the purposes of this episode, The Food Network was only a euphemism for something a little less female-friendly.
I do wonder if Season 14 will make it to DVD and Blu-ray uncut. It’s disconcerting that Comedy Central may do something bad with the ‘200’ and ‘201’ episodes, like censor the crap out of them or not include them at all. That being said, what was your favorite episode or bit from this season? The highlights for me were ‘200/201’, ‘It’s a Jersey Thing’ and ‘Coon and Friends.’ And yours?
• “Passengers said the Carnival cruise line smelled like poop, but it was an improvement.”
• “I knew we should have gone with Geico.”
• The Food Network Hotline: “Billing is $9.95 for a 10 second period.”
• “I got a wooden spoon right here. It’s pretty hard.”
• Shake Weight mechanical voice: “Here is some cab fare.” Also “Now going to sleep mode.”
• The Shake Weight’s long list of excuses as Sharon stared at it.
• The Shake Weight’s “reaction” when a workout is done.
• Cartman as Gordon Ramsay.
• “Giada DeLaurentis with her perky tats and gigantic head.”
• The kids waiting 12 hours for lunch.
• “Can I just get some goddamn tater tots?”
• “Jamie Oliver is crying again.”
‘South Park‘ airs Wednesdays at 10PM ET on Comedy Central.
‘South Park’ creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone have apologized for accidentally plagiarizing the website CollegeHumor.
As we reported last week, CollegeHumor writer Dan Gurewitch blogged about the similarities between an Oct. 20 ‘South Park’ spoof of ‘Inception’ and one that he co-created with David Young. Gurewitch included a line-by-line comparison.
Parker and Stone then confessed to lifting the material, though unconsciously, CNN reports.
“We thought their joke was that a lot of those lines were actually in the movie, showing that the ‘Inception’ characters didn’t even know ‘Inception.’ That was a mistake, and it was an honest mistake,” said Stone. “We’re stupid and we just threw it together.”
Stone and Parker say that their error came about as a result of their inability to find a copy of the movie to watch, leading them to use CollegeHumor’s version as source material.
After receiving a personal apology from Stone, Gurewitch wrote on his blog, “All is well, and we’re going to meet up with Matt and Trey when they’re in New York.”
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“South Park” creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker admitted to similarity between their recent “Inception” spoof and an episode done by web comedy video CollegeHumor. “It’s just because we do the show in six days, and we’re stupid and we just threw it together,” Stone said in the confession. “But in the end, there are some lines that we had to call and apologize for.”
On October 20, “South Park” aired an episode called “Insheeption” where many dialogues are noticably too similar to the web video called “Inception Characters Don’t Understand Inception” which was written by Dan Gurewitch and David Young, and posted on CollegeHumor on August 2. While CollegeHumor said, “Shared unconstructed dream space” to explain what Limbo is, the Comedy Central cartoon said “Empty scary dream space.”
Another example is when an ‘expert’ in “South Park” said, “We need to move them all to the next dream level before the projections kill them.” In the web video, the line is “We need to move to the next dream level before these projections kill us.” An exact match is found on the line “Sometimes my thoughts of my dead wife manifest themselves as trains.”
Stone and Parker explained that under the limited amount of time, they could not find theaters playing “Inception” or any other sources where the movie is watchable. In the meantime, they wanted to satirize the verbal complexity of the movie because it’s all about “explanations of explanations”. When they found the CollegeHumor video, they thought “their joke was that a lot of those lines were actually in the movie.” Stone admitted, “That was a mistake, and it was an honest mistake.”
Meanwhile, Gurewitch said on his blog that he has no hard feelings toward Parker and Stone copying his work but he’s “conflicted”. He said, “To give them the benefit of the doubt, I’d say maybe it’s an homage – I’d be honored – but while our sketch was popular, it wasn’t nearly the national phenomenon it’d have to be for them to parody it. Maybe it was some staff writer, and Matt and Trey aren’t aware of the source material? Or something?”
The apology from the writing duo had been accepted and Gurewitch said he and Young would meet Stone and Parker the next time they’re in New York.