Sunday, July 31, 2011

The Many Faces of Cartman - Part 2

It's that time again! That's right! It's time to look at some of Cartman's many disguises from seasons three and four of South Park. In these classic seasons Cartman takes on the roles of Jesus, James West, Tom Brokaw, General Robert E. Lee, a sumo wrestler, the tooth fairy, a pimp and more.

Jesus Cartman
"Up your ass with broken glass!"
In "Spontaneous Combustion", Cartman plays the role of Jesus in The Stations of the Cross. Soon after he is crucified by Stan and Kyle.

Four-Eyed Cartman
"They're stapled to my head!"
In "The Succubus", Cartman's asshole eye doctor staples glasses to his head.

Sumo Wrestler Cartman
"Respect my authoritah!"
In "Tweek vs. Craig", Cartman dresses up like a sumo wrestler to help teach Craig how to fight.

Wild, Wild West Cartman
"I want to take off her pants and play slip and slide."
In "Cat Orgy", Cartman plays Wild, Wild West with Clyde Frog in his room. Together they save Selma Hayek from the big metal spider.

Tom Brokaw Cartman
"I had some bad burritos today!"
In "Starvin' Marvin in Space", Cartman and the boys dress up like Tom Brokaw to distract the FBI from the Ethiopians getting aboard Marvin's spaceship.

General Lee Cartman
"Screw you guys! Home!"
In "The Red Badge of Gayness", Cartman dresses as General Robert E. Lee to help the South win The Civil War.

Goddess Earthly Delight Cartman
"And I'm here, Goddess Earthly Delight!"
In "Are You There God? It's Me, Jesus", Cartman thinks he's gotten his period and starts a club.

Tooth Fairy Cartman
"I am the tooth fairy, my child!"
 In "The Tooth Fairy's Tats 2000", Cartman pretends to be the tooth fairy to steal kids' baby teeth.

Pimp Cartman
"What's that little Polack gonna do?"
In "The Tooth Fairy's Tats 2000", Cartman dresses as a pimp when he makes money selling baby teeth.

Prison Cartman
"I don't like Animaniacs?"
In "Cartman's Silly Hate Crime 2000", Cartman goes to juvenile hall for committing a hate crime against Token.

Fingerbang Cartman
"Girl you like to fingerbang and that's all right!"
In "Something You Can Do With Your Finger", Cartman dreams he is in the boy band Fingerbang.

Elvis Cartman
"Fine! Pretend we're Matt Lauer!"
In "Something You Can Do With Your Finger", Cartman dresses as Elvis with a cucumber in his pants for his boy band costume.

Fat Camp Cartman
"You need a friend... A chocolate friend!"
In "Fat Camp", Cartman is sent to fat camp where he sells candy to the other fat kids.

Mayor Cartman
"Outlander! Your blood will spill!"
In "The Wacky Molestation Adventure", Cartman becomes the mayor of Smiley Town when all the parents are sent to prison.

Saturday, July 30, 2011

Season Two of 'South Park'

Today we take a looky-loo at season two of South Park. Season two if my second favorite season, featuring such perfectly constructed episodes as "Chickenlover", "Ike's Wee-Wee", "Chickenpox", "Clubhouses" and "Prehistoric Ice Man". This season also includes the hilarious April Fool's episode "Not Without My Anus", one of my all-time favorites, which resulted in controversy when it aired instead of the conclusion of "Cartman's Mom is a Dirty Slut". A few weeks later we find out that Cartman's father is actually his mother because she's a hermaphrodite. It isn't until season fourteen that it's revealed they lied about his father's identity and he actually turns out to be Scott Tenorman's dad who he had killed in season five. Deep, dark stuff. Season two is also the first time we see Cartman without his signature cap, Mr. Twig replaces Mr. Hat, and Mr. Hankey makes a triumphant return. Some think that this season was a disappointment, including Trey and Matt themselves, but it is when I really started getting into South Park. Season two will always have a special place in my heart and gave me one of the best years of my teenage life.
















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Wednesday, July 27, 2011

"Happy Birthday, Bugs!"

Seventy-one years ago today the greatest cartoon icon of all-time was born in Tex Avery's animated short "A Wild Hare". There were earlier versions of this crazy character, but he was truly defined under the guidance of Tex Avery on July 27, 1940. The cartoon legend I am speaking of is of course the one and only Bugs Bunny. Happy birthday, Bugs! This post is dedicated to you!
Bugs Bunny Pictures








Bugs Bunny Sketches




- Ryan