But if love is love, then it takes form in all shapesand sizes. South Park debuted in August 1997 with great success, consistently earning the highest ratings of any basic cable program. I-I knowall this stuff, Stan. The whole world wants meto be something I'm not! From ourAsian-American students presented bystudent-body president, Wendy Testaberger. What does that haveto do with anything? I was just being selfish. Okay, that's it, Cupid Me! It's -- It'sTweek and Craig, dude! I thought when we broke upeverything would get better.
We thoughtyou were just a spaz, but to know you've gotso much going on inside. Maybe you canhelp them along. Something to be expectedin relationships. Tee hee hee hee hee! The ongoing narrative revolves around four boys—Stan Marsh, Kyle Broflovski, Eric Cartman, and Kenny McCormick—and their bizarre adventures in and around the titular Colorado town. As you know,we have several new students here atSouth Park Elementary. I don't careabout that, bro! I went through your phone whenwe went out last night, Craig.
I-I love youso much, son. It's just that peopleare different. Our town has only hada Whole Foods for three weeks, and we already haveour first gay kids. Dude, I'm not gay,and neither are you! He's just kind oftalking to himself. I'll never get any chicks.
Love doesn't follow a plan! Tweek, is there anythingyou want to talk to us about? You are wasting your time. Of course, we first witness none other than Cartman carrying out this scheme, but slowly more and more people in town become Yelp reviewers. The Yelp reviewer rampage was really goofy and felt like something out of Lord of the Rings because of how large the army was. I'm not here for me. And do you thinkI'm cute, too? The town of South Park is a very materialistic community that needs to follow the latest trends in the country, which is what this season has been built on so far. Maybe it's not so wrong. You just follow my lead and tryand make it believable, okay? Well, but then why wouldAsian girls draw them like that? We have to come outand say we're gay.
South Park is the third longest-running animated series in the U. You've got a reallyprogressive P. Him reciting his reviews might have been my favorite part of the episode. What is that kiddoing here? And I want you to know we'venever been so proud of you. Apparently, there wereno affirmative-consent issues, as your son knowsthe right way to play withanother boy's penis.
Well, we heardthat you're gay. It just doesn'treally do anything for me. The internet has opened infinite platforms where people can agree on opinions, but people form such an elitist mindset that their entitlement gets out of hand. But there'ssomething we can do. Parker and Stone developed the show from two animated shorts they created in 1992 and 1995. If they've been gaythis whole time, have they beenchecking me out? What's wrong with being gay? This is, like,totally not necessary.
Then I guessI'm not interested. You just needa little spark of magic. I have to be myself. Can I give yousome money? You said to make itseem real. There's not gonna beany disciplinary action. And if it can happento Tweek and Craig, could it happento any of us? In fact, I just -- I just want to give yousome money, Tweek. Well, I guess I couldtry and help.
Each character automatically assumes they are better than you because they post reviews online. South Park always like to make statements, but in the end, the town always ends up reverting back to its originals ways. The Asians decidewho's gonna be gay? I'm just here topick up on guys. Intended for mature audiences, the show has become famous for its crude language and dark, surreal humor that satirizes a wide range of topics. Craig, can I touchyour penis? What are you doing here? Everyone has the right to express their own opinion, but there is a point where it goes too far. You want totell me that?! The whole town is sad.