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Another big animation series that has been around for nineteen years is “South Park“. There are millions who love to watch this series and simply to make it more convenient for the fans a new thing has been launched, which will make fans watch their favorite series any time they feel like.
Okay, okay I am coming down to how you can watch South Park instantly whenever you feel like. For that all you need to have is Netflix-enabled Xbox 360. Yes, that’s right if you have got Netflix and Xbox LIVE Gold, you can watch instantly any episode from the first nine seasons of South Park in an instant.
As yet only first nine seasons are available on it.
You can imagine where technology is going. Now you do not have to be dependent on the inter-net for downloading the episodes of your favorite series. Just get this Netflix-enabled Xbox installed and then you can watch any episode from the first nine seasons whenever you feel like.
Anyways here a suggestion, first nine seasons on the Xbox, pretty good, but it would be much better if we can soon have the latest seasons and episodes. I guess that is what people might really be interested in watching, rather than the previous seasons. The series is currently running its 20th season and guys imagined how it would be like to watch the latest season on your Xbox. Cool… but for that these guys must do something so that we can have the 20th season on the Netflix-enabled Xbox.
Also visit this site if you want to stream all episodes of South Park.
Matt Stone and Trey Parker have never been afraid of offending anyone. South Park has had digs at organised religion, the disabled, and a host of celebrities including Ben Affleck, George W. Bush, Tom Cruise, Princess Diana and Michael Jackson – so taking on a big national corporation is no big deal.
Their latest episode targeted its satirical cross-hairs directly at Yelp, the hugely popular crowd-sourced review site. In their attempt to mock the company, Parker and Stone painted them as self-important food critics… and then proceeded to compare Yelpers to members of ISIS. Ouch.
As you can imagine the powers that be at Yelp aren’t too happy about the episode, and are suing the pair for a whopping $10 million in damages.
Yelp’s official statement was pretty strong: