So far we only have the title and brief description.
PC Principal disappears with two of the 4th grade students.
Who do you think disappears /co/?
could they be ads?
>only 2 episodes left this season
GET IN YOUR BUNKERS EVERYONE BECAUSE SHIT'S ABOUT TO HIT THE FAN
yeah they would never do a thing like that
>Leslie and/or PC Principal are gonna die
Not this season.
>I wanted PC Principal to be a permanent edition to the cast.
I'm sorry double dubs, but I'll have to disagree. PC Principle is an awesome character in limited doses. In three seasons or so he'll become annoying and his antiques old.
I generally don't keep up with South Park but enjoy it from time to time
Can someone tell me which episode I should watch to be up to date with the whole "Everyone's an ad" thing?
>they can't promote you from being minor characters.
Hey man, it happened to Butters and it happened to Tweek briefly once before.
Seriously though I don't know why people think they're going to be relevant again this season.
>Seriously though I don't know why people think they're going to be relevant again this season.
They will probably be relevant at some point during the finale, otherwise I doubt they will get any screen time.
I also doubt they will remain in the relationship they're currently in.
>Seriously though I don't know why people think they're going to be relevant again this season.
Wishful thinking I guess.
>I also doubt they will remain in the relationship they're currently in.
Which one, the fake epic romance relationship or the real friends with slight one-sided gay hints relationship?
Nah, I think they'll get maybe one or two lines.
Craig really only ever gets filler lines unless an episode is about him. I'm pretty sure Tweek has gone entire seasons without a single line.
I don't even think their 'relationship' will necessarily come up.
Yeah, I will be rather annoyed if that's the case.
I kinda want some form of resolution for all the character arcs displayed in the previous episodes. Complete with a speech from kyle about blah blah blah.
But deep down we all know its just going to be
an ad for the upcoming game
an ad for the upcoming game
I fucking hope not. It would be kind of clever if they hadn't already done that exact same shit two years ago with the Black Friday trilogy.
It'd be as much of a cop out as crab people.
No need to be a faggot about it. Anyway, they already had a resolution. They got together.
We don't need to know whether their relationship is genuine, just like we don't need to know whether Craig actually had his balls surgically removed in season 8.
It'll only come up if they think of something funny to do with it.
I was referring to all the people claiming crab people will be behind everything this season. It's one of the most popular theories.
Crab people might have been funny at the time but going there again is just lazy. Could it conceivably be done well? Yeah, I guess, but I don't know why everyone's hoping to see the same shit that's already been done before.
>who else here ships
>PC Principal will be gone after this season
Damn I really enjoyed his character. Actually felt bad for him last episode
Same and same. He fits perfectly into the cast humorwise. Last episode even made me kinda like the guy.
>tfw I ended up unironically liking a character who beat a nine year old bloody
Well he is trying to do good, just his methods aren't really the best way to do it.
Unrequited love? So sad :'(
>tfw Tweek falls in love with Craig but not vice versa
>tfw Trey is Craig and Matt is Tweek
>Trey is Stan/Cartman
>Matt is Kyle
>Stan and Cartman love Kyle but not vice versa
>in the past several seasons it's decreased, suggesting Trey has moved past those feelings, assuming my crazy theory is true
It's also not very representative of typical Americans. Women control the spending in most American families. But it's possible the Marshes are just in the minority when it comes to that.
That's just evidence that he's got some fagginess in him. He hasn't directly shown Kyle feelings since like season 15
That wasnt too long ago, and it was still the best thing to ever happen in the show.
It's part of a set of more mainstream pics like Stan/Wendy, Bebe/Craig and Kenny/Karen. The others are more lovey, makes the contrast pay off more.
>South Park fan
>thinks it's hilarious and enjoys it enough to talk about it on 4chin
>watches Tweek x Craig
>starts shipping Creek
>starts liking shota
South Park is a gateway to queer behavior
Iron Knee is probably too subtle, they need to literally say the word they're trying to get across.
Assuming Kevin is 13 years old like Shelly she started having sex as early as 12 or as late as 14
So yeah, it's REALLY sick
>Many fan sites have purported an episode claimed she gave birth to Kenny at sixteen - and with her son Kevin being around thirteen now, that would mean she gave birth around twelve years old; her husband is known to be in his thirties or forties, which would imply a 10-20 year age difference; however, in no episode is it reliably stated she gave birth to Kenny at sixteen, meaning her true age is unknown.
Someone please spoonfeed me the episode name.
I was already slightly on the gay side, but I thought shipping South Park characters was really weird because they're 10 fucking years old. But now I ship SP characters, turning me into a huge faggot.
I don't usually ship the main 4 so much as shipping tweek and craig.
Of course they're all qt. But tweek and craig are just adorable together.
We never know how they interacted, but they sit together a lot in backgrounds in a lot of episodes and Tweek was in Craig's group in the metrosexual episode. Ever since Tweek x Craig aired I can't help looking at every background image trying to find them.
Definitely got Creek fever as well after Tweek x Craig. I don't think I would have had this reaction if it was any other couple in the episode. Tweek and Craig are just so compatible with each other.
>but they sit together a lot in backgrounds in a lot of episodes
Not nearly as often as Craig/Clyde/Token, though.
>City Wok used to be the very northern edge of South Park
>ShiTpaTown added two whole new W/E streets to the north
>Whole Foods built next to City Wok, then immediately torn down and rebuilt brick for brick on the next street north
>Skeeter's Bar knocked down, rebuilt brick by brick on the other side of City Wok, presumably once the original Whole Foods moved north
So much for the Stick Of Truth map.
Here are some I've read.
Some might have some angst and edge, but they aren't that bad.
https://www.fanfiction.net/s/8339453/1/Some-Boys-Are-Monsters (The ending to this one made me teary eyed, but it's very long)
https://www.fanfiction.net/s/7187388/1/Automaton (Also long and unfinished)
Are you implying three way?
Thank you, will definitely check them out. I've tried to find some SP fics, but the ones I found were Craig wanting to murder Tweek or Cartman wanting to disembowel Kyle.
>Thank you, will definitely check them out. I've tried to find some SP fics, but the ones I found were Craig wanting to murder Tweek or Cartman wanting to disembowel Kyle.
Trying searching from any from this list.
Its basically mature filter, +5k words and tweek and craig as characters.
Dubs confirm your sincere words.
Gonna read it then, thanks for the reccomendation.
Also, am i the only one who's 99% ethero in real life, but is a fucking sucker for shipping cute males together?
Sex is literally the last thing that comes to my mind (don't dislike it, but i like it only if the couple is loving and caring), i just idealize fictional gay relationships too fucking much.
It's mature, so it has some sexual things in there but it's not bad.
First things first, craig is dating bebe in it. However everything get's resolved in the end and its great, so try to read it to the end.
Not really the point though. His reasoning for doing that showed that it could have been any of the boys who suffered said wrath. He could have beat up Kyle, Butters, Stan, Kenny, Craig, Clyde, Tweek. Basically anyone who dared to word something in a way that he didn't care for the way Cartman did (And let's face it, it's not like Cartman was the only one who could have very easily done that without even being aware of it).
Say what you will about Cartman but PC Principal was way the fuck out of line and should have been fired and jailed for that shit. Don't act like there'd have been ANY support for what he did from viewers if it hadn't been Cartman.
>South Park is a gateway to queer behavior
It's kind of odd. It's been full of homo jokes since day one, but after 19 years none of the non-joke regular characters are bi or gay for real.
does anybody remember back in 2008 when the whole south park fandom went through it's xX_eDgY_Xx phase and literally every creek fic was like pic related
Honest question here. Are y'all girls or guys? I always think of shippers as women. I know it's almost taboo to come out as a woman on 4chin
Given how much people are getting invested in South Park right now due to the whole season long arc approach, I don't think examining scenes like that is really that odd to do. If this were South Park during a time when Kenny died every episode and things just reset the following week it'd be silly to get that invested, but these past couple of seasons have really added something of interest to people discussing the show and looking into things.
I'm a guy.
I'm going to be honest here, reading creek fanfics had made me question my sexuality.
So, I'm not sure If I am Bi or not. I don't find (or haven't found any) boys irl attractive but I fap to gay porn. Makes me wonder what my sexuality is.
I wonder if i'm a "fake" homo (as in i like it in fiction or in my mind, but i'd never go there IRL).
Also only ethero sex makes me have boners, while gay sex must involve twinks or boys reminding me of my fictional couples.
Boy am i fucked up.
Sexuality is a spectrum, as stupid as that sounds. I'm a woman, and I fap to "regular" porn, even though it's mostly catering to heterosexual men. However, I don't think I could ever be in a relationship with a woman...
I also fap to tentacle rape and the occasional vore thread, so I don't think my porn habits reflect my sexuality that much.
In my experience, most shippers who make an effort (fanfic, fanart, writing essays) are women/girls, if they reveal their gender. But it's possible that guys are quieter about their gender or pretend to be girls to fit in.
I think a lot of it is down to an idealized fantasy as well.
When you read fiction about qt boy relationships its all perfect, but in real life lots of boys are ugly and or don't fit that idealized image.
>yfw Sponsored Content is like the 3rd highest rated SP episode ever
Forgot to add: Even if males don't output as much fanfic/art and don't talk as much about shipping in my experience, they're equally opinionated when it comes up. I've seen middle-aged men get into flame wars over ships.
I would output fanfiction but I don't have the motivation nor the writing talent.
And yes, I believe you need to be competant to write good fanfiction. Some fanfiction is fucking horrendous to read.
Gonna back you up here. Looked up "Etherosexual" and there's nothing of any real substance besides some faggot on Urban Dictionary who says it's another way of saying "Heterosexual".
Maybe if you've got downs that's another way of saying it, but otherwise it's just fucking stupid.
>tfw you don't want anyone to die
Barbrady is gonna catch it, isn't he?
>the boys at school + Token on the street are schocked.
I didn't get this. They thought Tweek and Craig were dating and broke up, why was it shocking (to the boys) that they got back together?
mimzy is pretty awesome though
Do you guys think she'll stay once this season is over?
The problem with like 99% of SP fanfiction is it's not fun at all. It's such a ridiculous show and they suck all of that out in favour of generic high school romance drama.
I want to read something that actually feels like a South Park episode.
Alright, man. I understand.
But if he turns out to be a pedo you'll have to suck my balls.
I suppose its due to drama and angst being a main attention grabber when it comes to most fiction.
But then again, I doubt you would get a fanfiction that would fit the theme of the show and have boyzu ravu since it isn't canon in the main series it would create a jarring contrast.
Just my opinion on the subject though.
Eh, I guess. Maybe I just can't visualize it too be honest. I remember a Stan and Wendy fic that was very reminiscient of the show though.
I mainly like the drama and angst stuff, but it does get really tiring after a while when all fanfiction is like it.
I don't even know what to expect. Maybe that is why I'm really getting into this season.
Possibly at the end it'll show how stupid PC is and how Trey/Matt will never be swayed by it.
>I want to read something that actually feels like a South Park episode.
>I doubt you would get a fanfiction that would fit the theme of the show and have boyzu ravu
They're rare, but I've found a couple that fit the bill, though it's just my opinion.
Well, maybe I should have clarified. I think that there are funny women, like that Pam Brady chick who helped write the movie and seasons 2/3 and any other funny women out there. I just think that generally women aren't funny, which explains the lack of humor in fanfiction.
Wendy is definitely best girl. Stan/Wendy is underrated as a ship; aside from a brief time with Token, Wendy's got the sort of patience and understanding to work out any problem she has with Stan, who needs a patient, understanding partner because he's a deeply troubled person. Best of all she's not afraid of giving someone a smack around if they're out of line.
The twist was brilliant. Everyone was expecting PC Principal to be the ultimate villain, then even after the first Leslie reveal they were expecting crab people. Then we got an ad conspiracy and PC Principal being a pawn seemingly out of nowhere, but when you look back it all makes sense.
The average person isn't funny most of the time. Most situations aren't joking situations, and people usually play it safe and stick to lame jokes (if they joke at all) with people they're not close to.
I've found that in my circle of friends anway the girls tried to be funny but consistently failed, only their boyfriends ever laughed. The guys could get everyone laughing.
On TV too there's pretty much only a handful of female comedians i find entertaining.
Well, the women I know are funnier than the men I know.
>On TV too there's pretty much only a handful of female comedians i find entertaining.
I agree, but TV isn't representative of the population.
Speaking of Cartman, I was just rewatching Stunning and Brave, and I'm wondering if I missed something.
>Butters: Did you guys hear? Cartman got four days suspension for calling Heidi Turner Clitty Litter. But the thing is, Eric isn't even fighting it. It's like he's all sad and scared.
At that point Cartman wasn't pretending to be PC yet, and he hadn't gotten beaten up yet either. So why was he acting "sad and scared" and not fighting?
I would say it's more that women don't seem to really "get" South Park. All the chicks that post in South Park threads always focus on shit like how cute the boys are.
It's not a big shock, though. South Park is one of the most creator-centric shows ever, and the creators are both guys.
lol, your proof? Do you think women aren't smart enough to understand satire? I think women are thrown off from the toilet/gross humor, but they can definitely comprehend satiric material...
>no Butters + Randy team-up episode
COME ON IT'S ALMOST 2016
To be fair, when Randy stuff is good, it's really fucking good.
But it seems like they look at old great South Park moments and try to relive those. Like all the classic Cartman/Butters content inspires them to stick Cartman and Butters together and it's often not funny like it was in the older episodes.
Pretty sure it's canon that Stan is the cute one (I have the 1st season on dvd and remember a promo that stated their roles) and they stuck with it in that sketch. Not too convinced. They have nice shaped eyes (not too wide and not too sunken in), good cheekbones, decent noses and full lips.
Pretty awkward on a kid but nowhere near ugly as sin, at all. I will fight you on this.
I want to ask him how her schnozberries taste.
No, that list was BS so girls could get shoes from Clyde's parents' money.
The only thing we know about the actual list is that Cartman is the last one
also, the list wouldn't even mean that much. It would just be the opinions of South Park elementary girls.
They all are paper cut outs with huge eyes anyway. Can't help but think they'd be cute little boys irl, especially Butters
>do you think girls keep their balls in the inside of their tummies?
>So... um... South Park kinda sucks now, you guys wanna bail?
I need more Kenny interacting with his siblings
So you're saying he'll scheme his way to become a corrupt powerful filthy rich business mogul and use his billions to bribe 21 year old underwear model boy toys into drilling his old fat ugly toupeed ass.
Purest pairing coming through.
There has been as much resolution for it as you're going to get. It's pretty obvious they wanted to end it on an ambiguous note, which is perfectly fitting for a shipping episode.
Maybe in a later season they'll resolve it but until then I wouldn't expect more than mentions by other characters, like Cartman did in the ninja ep.
I'm thinking this entire season is just one large plan set in motion by Butters so that he'll never be grounded again, when you think about it Butters has really been at the heart of events for everything. Who killed Reality? Butters! Who convinced the boys to play ninjas? BUTTERS! Who phones the cops to school? BUTTERS
He's fooled everyone by playing the role of the innocent victim because no one would suspect it, chances are he's allied himself with the Canadians and Canadian Trump to fuck over the town together in some way.
Well you can think that all you want, i dont think so. Wrapping your arm around someone while soft music plays and asking to do them a favor for no reason other then your personal enjoyment isnt far fetched in the slightest to imply romantic interest.
But that's the opposite of what happened. Butters hated the canadians being there. And then everyone tried to force him to partner himself with the canadians to make peace, and then he got into a long distance slow cosby with her instead.
>in the slightest
Of course it is. Especially when Craig was raving during the whole episode about Cartman doing the same damn thing as the expressed reason Craig likes the Tourette kid. He just thinks people who can say fuck and get away with it are awesome. That's what the episode tells you.
The rest is "subtext", and with that you can make everyone gay if you try hard enough, you dirty japanese girl.
>Wrapping your arm around someone while soft music plays and asking to do them a favor for no reason other then your personal enjoyment isnt far fetched in the slightest to imply romantic interest.
Only if one of them is a girl, anon.
And only if the girl is doing the laudry. Doesn't work the other way around.
Seriously though, no, South Park was never subtle when kids were having romantic feelings towards another kid. And by "not subtle" I mean they usually outright state it.
fag that jerks off to irl loli detected
>And by "not subtle" I mean they usually outright state it.
To be fair, there are different standards for opposite-sex and same-sex romance in media, especially with kid characters. Since there hasn't been a confirmed example of the latter with the SP kids, we don't know how it would be/is shown.
South Park is not really comparable to other media works. They really don't have to make something hidden if they don't want to, they can do whatever the fuck they want.
Hell they "showed" Kyle licking Cartman's balls and made it clear that Ike had sex with an adult, I don't think they'd be affraid of being clear if they made 2 kids gay.
But yes, you're correct, we don't know how they would show gay kids since they haven't shown it, however we know from experience that they don't really tend to be subtle about anything.
I'm not sure they have a blank check, but if they can make the kids act straight but not gay, they can make the kids act obviously straight but not obviously gay.
>Hell they "showed" Kyle licking Cartman's balls and made it clear that Ike had sex with an adult, I don't think they'd be affraid of being clear if they made 2 kids gay.
Yeah it's kind of odd. Homo jokes and outrageous sex gags from day one, but no non-gag characters being bi/homo for reals in 19 years.
Though I'm convinced the Cartman x Cupid storyline in Tweek x Craig was about Cartman struggling with his gayness. It's the only explanation that makes that whole subplot coherent.
I'm just saying they have shown gay kids before. He was treated pretty normally, except for his self-hatred, but that was pretty clearly not his fault.
That said, I don't think any of the SP kids have been established as gay because most kids that age don't really have established sexualities at all. Some in the show have shown interest in girls, but when you're that age crushes and relationships have very little to do with your sexuality and are more to do with liking the idea of being in a relationship and having someone like you. It's a status thing.
Kyle didn't actually show any interest in Nichole, but once he thought she liked him he wanted to go out with her. Clyde in The List is another example. He was just stoked that the girls thought he was cute so he started hitting on all of them. Stan and Wendy have been together for ages but barely even talk to each other most of the time.
I know they're hardly realistic 10 year olds, but that's one area they seem to portray pretty realistically most of the time.
His speech about what he believes and making the city a better place in the last episode were sincere. He would sacrifice himself if that means saving the city he worked so hard to bring change.
i'm convinced that it's more along the lines of cartman is descending into a delusional state now that pc principal beat his ass and he's losing his sense of self and wondering if his lie about being transginger is true. to show the effects of ads on the individual while the pc story line shows the effects on the society.
Homosexuality was a running theme in the story, though. Cupid Me talked Cartman into accepting gay couples, Cartman repeatedly protested that he's not attracted to guys, they had a scene in a gay bar.