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South Park - Season 12 [HOT]


The twelfth season of South Park, an American animated television series created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone, began airing on March 12, 2008. The twelfth season concluded after 14 episodes on November 19, 2008.Saturday Night Live cast member Bill Hader is credited as a consultant starting with this season. Parker was the director and writer in this twelfth season. Stone was also the writer on the third episode of the twelfth season.




South Park - Season 12



This season features a new title sequence, replacing the one used since the sixth season. It recreates the original to begin with before using clips from seasons four to eleven which the boys also sing their lines over. These older clips are replaced every half season with newer ones.


In the first half of the season, Mr. Kitty returns to prominence in "Major Boobage" for the first time since season three's "Cat Orgy", while Terrance and Phillip haven't featured prominently since season five's "Terrance and Phillip: Behind the Blow". Canada last featured prominently as a setting in season seven's "It's Christmas in Canada". Most notably in this season is Ms. Garrison's second sex change, returning her to being a man, as Mr. Garrison again. This is the last episode to date to explore Garrison's much examined sexuality. "Super Fun Time" indicates that following "The List", Stan and Wendy Testaburger are dating again.


The second half of the season begins with "The China Probrem", which marks the return of Steven Spielberg and George Lucas who are again portrayed as villains, despite seemingly dying in season six's "Free Hat". There is also the one two-part story: "Pandemic" and "Pandemic 2: The Startling". The following episode "About Last Night" parodies Barack Obama's victory in the 2008 presidential elections the night before. The episode was written and animated under the assumption Obama would win which turned out to be correct. Parker and Stone said it was considered intentionally redubbing the episode poorly if John McCain had won. This episode also revealed the political alliances of several citizens. "The Ungroundable" marks the return of the Goth Kids who last featured in season nine's "Erection Day".


The twelfth season of South Park has been met with mostly positive reviews from critics and fans. Travis Fikett of IGN gave the season 7.5/10, saying that it was "good" and "Season 12 isn't bad, it's just not that great. There are a number of misfires and no truly classic episodes. That's a rarity for a series that often has fans calling up friends the next morning to say "Oh my God, did you see South Park?".[2]


This season featured a new opening for the first time since Season Six. It begins with the characters falling into place and various clips playing out. The characters sing their lines with movement over four minimized versions of the clips. There was also a new crowd scene. The theme tune remained the same however. This is the second season that Kenny survived every episode (first based on South Park Studios' count.)


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South Park is one of the longest scripted animated series on cable television with its 23rd season kicking off in 2019. The show also just received a three-year renewal of 10 episode seasons to push it through 26 seasons in 2022. Through that time, there have been some clunkers. However, through its 22 seasons to date, there have also been some of the best topical comedy on television today.


Matt Stone and Trey Parker started South Park in 1997, and the show remains popular over two decades later as the duo skewer anyone and everyone with no punches pulled. With so many great episodes, here is a look at the best episode from every season of South Park, ranked.


After a season that polarized many fans due to its episodic nature, the 21st season of South Park went back to absurdist comedy with a different focus each week. "Put it Down" was the second episode of the season, focusing on the dangers of obsessing over current news and events. With the Charlottesville protests still fresh in everyone's memories, Matt and Trey delivered a satire that picked up an Emmy nomination for the show.


The season 22 Halloween special was titled "The Scoots" and aired on Halloween night in 2018. The episode's title refers to e-scooters and a scooter-sharing system that the kids use to maximize their candy intake on Halloween, which sends the town into a panic. However, the story that carried it all was Kenny being too poor to have a cellphone. He teamed with Mr. Mackey to stop the candy apocalypse, carrying this South Park episode to great heights.


Season 20 took on the format of telling one long-form story and having each episode connect to the others, which remains polarizing to many fans of the show. The biggest problem with season 20 was that Matt and Trey never believed that Donald Trump would win the presidential election. The duo had to change the final episodes due to this unforeseen event. This change caused the best episode to come very early on, with the second episode "Skank Hunt," which dealt with internet trolling.


The 16th season was the last that South Park put out 14 episodes before dropping down to the 10-episode format after that. The best episode of the season was "A Nightmare on Facetime," which itself was a parody of Stanley Kubrick's classic horror movie The Shining.


The season 15 midseason finale of South Park focused on the idea of growing older. What made this episode hit home was the fact that it ended abruptly, with a shocking finale. Stan's parents chose to separate, and Stan ended alienated from his friends. The fact that Stan was going through an existential crisis emphasized the fact that getting older often comes with the cynicism that everything new sucks.


"Spookyfish" is the 15th episode of season 2 of South Park, released right before Halloween in 1998. This episode placed Barbara Streisand's face on each corner of the screen and called it "Spooky Vision." The move was in response to Streisand bashing the show for a season 1 episode that parodied her. The split-screen work with the good and evil Cartman was brilliant, and the side story with the evil fish was clever as well.


The season 12 episode "Major Boobage" sees the return of a character with Mr. Kitty coming back for the first time since season 3. The episode was a real treat for fans of the classic adult animated movie Heavy Metal, itself based on the classic magazine of the same name. In the episode, Kenny becomes addicted to "cheesing" and starts to have hallucinations that are similar to the animation in Heavy Metal.


Arguably, one of the most iconic episodes of South Park history came in the first season with the finale, "Cartman's Mom is a Dirty ****." The episode has Cartman heading out to try to find who his father is, only to learn his mother slept with just about every guy in South Park. While trying to find his real dad, Cartman begins to try to adapt to the cultural norms of each man he finds along the way.


The most controversial episode in South Park history is also the best of season 14. The problem is that this is an episode no one can see now if they rely on streaming South Park episodes. The 200th episode is titled "200." What makes this episode so controversial is that they once again attacked Tom Cruise and Scientology but then brought Muhammad to meet him. The episode resulted in both death threats and Emmy nominations.


The 19th season of South Park was another one that had a story arc moving through each episode rather than individual comedy episodes. This season was all about political correctness and the introduction of the PC Principal. This episode has the PC Principal trying to censor the newspaper when he sees the word "retarded" in it. Jimmy fights back as a physically disabled child who accuses the Principal of "ableism."


"Imaginationland" was a trilogy in season 11 that stretched from episode 10 through 12. The three episodes combined won an Emmy for Outstanding Animated Program for One Hour or More. The boys find a leprechaun, and this leads them on a journey to Imaginationland where they learn that terrorists are threatening to destroy everything. Meanwhile, Kyle loses a bet, and the courts decide he legally has to do something that still has some laughing.


In season 4, Cartman played a major role throughout the season. In "Cartman Joins NAMBLA," he seeks out more mature friends and ends up joining the "North American Man/Boy Love Association." When Cartman becomes the poster boy for the organization, it puts everyone in South Park in danger.


Season 18 was another serialized season, this one showing the boys getting into trouble and spending the rest of the season trying to get back to normal. "Grounded Vindaloop" was the seventh episode and focused on Butters. Butters thought he was in a virtual reality game and the entire episode turns into a puzzle.


The best episode of season 9 has the boys decide Cartman has gone too far as a jerk and they decided to ignore him. They get the entire school in on it, and Cartman believes the only reason the kids ignore him is that he is dead and is a ghost. Butters is the only one who talks to him, so Cartman demands Butters help him find a way to get into Heaven. 041b061a72


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