A hit series that orginally started off as a college project created by Matt Stone and Trey Parker.
South Park revolves around four eight year old children, Stan Marsh, Kyle Broflovski, Eric Cartmen, and Kenny McCormick. The boys go through a series of odd adventures in each episode, usually totally exaggerated and with a message in the ending. As of more recent seasons, the episodes have revolved more around politcal affairs than before, but still has an even balance of humor to keep it addictive. The crude style of the show used to be cardboard cutouts of the characters. Watching older episodes reveals a shadow behind every character and object, however in the newer episodes, there is none. South Park is currently done using Maya, a 3-d rendering program, with additional help from other programs as well. Although South Park may seem to have some questionable dialect, it is considered by many as one of the most clever and best cartoons to hit the western civilization.
PersonB: "Is'nt that the one where Stan's dad drinks too much and think he is sick??"
PersonB: "It talked about how those drinking rehab centers try to fuck you up! What they said was so true!"
-These are not my opinions, just an example.
It is aired Monday-Thursday at 9:30 PM, with an extra episode at 10 on Wednesdays.
Person 2- You're thirty years old and still watch that crap. Ever heard of "moving on with life"?
Person 1-STFU OR I USE WASABIRAMENSUSHI-JUTSU ON U!
Person 2-Screw that, I'll be watching South Park.
Person 1-*throws cardboard kunai at Person 2 and misses*
Person 2- -_-
Anyone who doesn't like South Park either
1. Hasn't watched it
2. Is a complete and utter retard fag
Kyle: GODDAMNIT CARTMEN!
South Park > Simpsons
Some people find some episodes good, and others not so good, depending on how easily offended they are and what the episode is about. (for example, almost everyone can relate to the "Chinpokomon" episode, where obviously others may be offended by and therefore dislike the episode "Ginger Kids" (I loved that episode)).Finding an episode funny can also depend on whether you like more complex humour or crude humour (mostly provided by Cartman) because each episode features both in varying amounts.
Ignore the sudden increase in ignorant, negative definitions of Southpark. These are provided by delusional hippies that believe TV programs and computer games are responsible for a degrading society. In fact society can make up its own mind about what is right and wrong; entertainment does not do that for us.
Me: Have you even watched an episode of South Park? I doubt it. Stop whining and go hug a tree.
Oh wait a minute, I need a spliff and have to go use vulgar language towards my parents because I watch South Park.