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If you missed last night's episode of South Park, then Kotaku's Owen Good can explain Cartman's "Crack Baby Basketball" money-making scheme to you.

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South Park never goes harder than when it goes after hypocrisy, and tonight, its allegorical tale involved the NCAA and the obscene profits reaped from what is essentially free labor. Yet EA Sports -- and, of all people, its president, Peter Moore -- ended up getting it the worst.

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# 1 willz1985 @ 05/26/11 01:47 PM
This show is hilarious, couldnt stop laughing. Especially when cartman went to Colorado U and talked about "slaves"
 
# 2 dannyr326 @ 05/26/11 03:26 PM
Best show of all time.
 
# 3 Yrogergj24 @ 05/26/11 05:09 PM
As we say here at EA Sports "Get the **** OUT!!!
 
# 4 dal_hawk @ 05/26/11 10:09 PM
Could you three please list your ages? South Park has been around 13 years. Since the start the episodes story complexity has evolved with the growing age of it's audience. But the last two seasons it seems to be focusing it's humor more to the younger crowd. Or really it just might be making more bland or simpler jokes and using gore when ever it has an opportunity.

I didn't think it was funny at all. I mean, I liked the premise. But it seemed like they just threw in the slash thing because they couldn't fill 30 minutes with the main plot. Would have worked better had it actually been christmas season when they did the parody of the holiday movie.
 
# 5 wildthing2022000 @ 05/27/11 06:34 AM
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Originally Posted by dal_hawk
Could you three please list your ages? South Park has been around 13 years. Since the start the episodes story complexity has evolved with the growing age of it's audience. But the last two seasons it seems to be focusing it's humor more to the younger crowd. Or really it just might be making more bland or simpler jokes and using gore when ever it has an opportunity.

I didn't think it was funny at all. I mean, I liked the premise. But it seemed like they just threw in the slash thing because they couldn't fill 30 minutes with the main plot. Would have worked better had it actually been christmas season when they did the parody of the holiday movie.
There's hardly any major difference in the comedy other than it's getting more current events than made up stuff. You just propably don't like the current event stuff since you don't get all of the references the comedy loses some it's value.
Sure the show had some complex storylines but you can't expect every new episode to live to such lofty expectations. Quit over analyzing the show it's a cartoon with a bunch of swearwords in it.
 

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