Still a great show, that sometimes makes fun of current events and sometimes just makes fun of society. Other times, it's completely random.
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.
Delusional hippy: "Thanks to South Park and GTA the general youth of today are using vulgar language in every sentence, using drugs, and disrespecting their parents."
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.
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