Tag: South Park (51-60 of 62)
South Park has a long history of lampooning celebrities — Michael Jackson, Tom Cruise, Britney Spears, Jennifer Lopez, R. Kelly, and many more. The sex addicts support group in “Sexual Healing,” last night’s season 14 premiere about Tiger Woods, even guested “Mr. Clinton,” David Letterman, David Duchovny, and Charlie Sheen. Oh, and auto-erotic asphyxiation killed Kenny. David Carradine, you bastard! (Watch the entire episode at SouthParkStudios.com.)
Where do they go from here? What or whom should South Park spoof next? Justin Bieber? John Mayer-Jessica Simpson? Jersey Shore? Teetering-on-the-brink-of-bankruptcy Blockbuster? Proposed taxes on sweetened beverages (Cartman’s mom takes out second mortgage once the initiative makes its way to Colorado)? Twitter? They’ve gotta do something with Twitter, although it would definitely corrupt the “no smart phones” policy of the South Park kids, which is honestly pretty refreshing.
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A Senate Armed Services Committee held hearings yesterday on a 2008 incident in which Blackwater security contractors stole hundreds of weapons intended for the Afghan national police. The contractors secured the weapons under the name “Eric Cartman.” Ehhh mah gahhd yeh guhhhs, what if it was really him?! This could be a new low, even for ‘Ric. What do you think: Is this latest caper worse than when he made Scott Tenorman eat his parents in front of Radiohead?
Happy Hanukkah, PopWatchers! I am celebrating with this classic (and R-rated) South Park clip.
I just can’t play the Adam Sandler song again. I…just can’t.
Halloween is over, but Christopher Walken’s powerful dramatic reading of Lady Gaga’s eminent piece of poetry, “Poker Face,” on BBC1’s Friday Night With Jonathan Ross will boast a YouTube time stamp of Oct. 31, 2009 forever. Witness a haunting lyrical miracle, below.
I already like Walken’s interpretation better than Lady Gaga’s, but the jury’s still out for me on whether Eric Cartman’s more “melodic” effort on last week’s South Park (featured at the end of last week’s Sound Bites video and embedded after the jump — that song takes on a whole different meaning with a guttural male voice, huh?) was more effective than Walken’s. Who wore it better? Oh, well. It’s not a contest. I mean: Ohhhhhhhhhh! READ FULL STORY
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