South Park (1997– )
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After Ike refuses to play a new game with Kyle, Kyle thinks the new generation of kids is terrible. Cartman becomes part of this new generation. Meanwhile Randy has drama going on with the music industry.



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Episode credited cast:
Sharon Marsh / Shelly Marsh / Principal Victoria / Iggy Azalea / Miley Cyrus / Wendy Williams / Lorde Fan (voice)
Nicki Minaj (voice) (as Elise Gabriel)
PewDiePie (as Felix 'PewDiePie' Kjellberg)
Ike Broflovski (voice) (as True List)
Victoria Mason ...
Kindergartner (voice)
Lleyton J. Matthews ...
Conner (voice)
Kindergartner (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Eleanor Way ...
Kindergartner (voice)


Kyle is dumbfounded by the fact that Youtube commentators are taking over young people's lives. After viewing PewDiePie and other's success off of commentary, Eric creates his own commentary show. Meanwhile, Randy performs as Lorde at a concert...

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Animation | Comedy




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3 December 2014 (USA)  »

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Utter and Complete failure
4 December 2014 | by See all my reviews

Man, where do I start. First off, I was so excited about this episode because I LOVE pewdiepie and thought this episode would relate to me. I even play video games like Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, and I am familiar with Nicki Minaj, Iggy Azalea, and "Lorde". Have you noticed that the only good episodes of this season, which I would argue would be Grounded Vindaloop, The Cissy, and Go Fund Yourself, all do not incorporate other episodes in their plot. Since when did the writers decide to become lazy and fill their plot with old material? I also liked the Freemon episode, but that was only because I love how South Park makes fun of Canadians! I feel like they have lost their touch or creativity. Where are the "You know, I learned something today", or if not that, at least have Cartman be extremely racist and in turn be called fat by Kyle. Thats another thing, why aren't Cartman and Kyle going at it like usual. Instead, I feel like they all get along, and instead its them against some random overblown problem that doesn't reflect the faults of society and simply isn't funny. They are overusing Randy and his role. HE IS NOT A MAIN CHARACTER. He's the type of character, that when used in moderation, is extremely hilarious, but used a bunch and he gets kinda annoying and stale. And the Butters and Cartman duo has been the most loved episodes by the fans, yet you only include it in Grounded Vindaloop, which got rated 9.2 stars, and YOU Don't GO BACK TO IT. This is what COD Ghosts felt like. They simply didn't input or include the fans opinion into the equation (no league play, stale and tinted maps like MW3, too much emphasis on campaign and not multi player, unbalanced guns, etc) whereas South Park overuses Randy,has over dramatic plots that barely make sense and have too much gore/ unneeded cussing, no character development, no butters/cart man, no kyle/cart man, NOT EVEN KENNY, does not unveil the faults of society in an over exaggerated and satirical manner in a hilarious way like it used to, no Cartman catch-phrases like "Respect My Authoritah", or "Screw you guys, I'm going home", in fact i feel like cart man just screams all the time in the same monotone voice. And if you're going to make your episodes based on current events, at least make sensible and important ones like Ferguson, ISIS, Ebola (not the gluten free episode for Christ sake), Russia, etc, Not how big Iggy's ass is or how Lorde is "Real". THIS USED TO BE A SHOW FOR INTELLIGENT PEOPLE. I don't know whats going on South Park, but I am getting pretty sick of your bullshit. You don't even do a marijuana episode, even though it is legalized in Colorado? (KFC Episode doesn't count). You write playwrights and so many scripts yet you can't create a good 21 minute episode? I feel like I can write a better script than you guys have. You have been "Rehashing" all season. And not to mention that Cartmans "Cartman BRAAA" is really annoying and weird, unlike pewdiepie's opening which is cool. Only giving you 2 stars because of some funny moments like Randy rubbing his cl-it, Tupac, and Michael Jackson, and BTW, I understand they are trying to say pop culture is simply re introducing old stuff as new and making it their own, such as is watching people play video games and commenting on them. This episode failed to do so in a funny or clear manner. And overall, I feel disappointed that I have to wait a whole year for only 8 episodes, and 80 percent of them are unwatchable. You have ample time to prepare episodes and execute them to perfection. Rather, I see Matt stone and trey parker simply not giving a damn and puling out BS episodes that are convoluted and cheap. I've seen all of SP's 256 episodes, and gladly have watched many, such as the Warcraft episode, The Jewpacabra,Scott Tenorman, Awesom-o, Chinpokemon, Clubhouses, Crack baby athletic association, Sarcastaball, black Friday trilogy, the coon trilogy, all of Mr. Hankey Christmas classics, all of Towelie, Cartman Finds Love, Whale Wars, Chickenpox, Martha Steisand and a whole bunch more. I also left a review last week, where it was definitely not warmly received, yet I expect more out of Matt and trey to be honest. They understand how to exploit societies faults and make them SO funny, and I just think they don't care anymore, therefore I don't want to condone episodes where the writers half-ass it. As Cartman would say, "That's a bad MR. Matt and Trey, bad Mr. Matt and Trey".

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