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2020-06-29 9:48:28 AM  
Back when South Park was a whole lot better.
 
2020-06-29 9:53:09 AM  
And timely!

Where's my compilation of Tom being hit in the face with a frying pan?
 
2020-06-29 10:05:47 AM  
Master P - Kennys Dead
Youtube cE1psVNPlx4


/Uugggghhhhh!
 
2020-06-29 10:12:13 AM  
didn't watch yet. does it lead up to mysterion? because it farkin should.
 
2020-06-29 10:31:47 AM  

kdawg7736: Back when South Park was a whole lot better.


I think that them getting to the point where they could make an episode in about a week really changed things.  The early episodes feel far more timeless, and I think hold up fairly well.  Now that they can crank out an episode in a week (literally: see the documentary "6 Days to Air"), they can base them around something that's "current", and you have to kind of strain to remember what that was all about a few years later.
 
2020-06-29 10:47:21 AM  
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2020-06-29 10:48:40 AM  

luna1580: didn't watch yet. does it lead up to mysterion? because it farkin should.


Don't you mean Mysterons?

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2020-06-29 11:22:50 AM  

dittybopper: luna1580: didn't watch yet. does it lead up to mysterion? because it farkin should.

Don't you mean Mysterons?

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no, this! (NSFW, oh course)

All Mysterion's deaths - South Park (Warning: Profanity)
Youtube XjUQUalrkyw


kenny is the only one amongst coon and friends who is immortal. because his parents were in some mystical cult when he was born. every day kenny dies he is literally reborn. also, this is the voice of kenny without his orange jacket muffling him.

for whatever reason "explaining" "oh god they killed kenny!" with a superhero origin story was something i liked.
 
2020-06-29 11:25:07 AM  
I didn't watch South Park until someone told me that the same character dies in every episode, I thought that was hilarious.
 
2020-06-29 11:33:31 AM  

lindalouwho: I didn't watch South Park until someone told me that the same character dies in every episode, I thought that was hilarious.


You know who else died in every episode...
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2020-06-29 11:39:20 AM  

luna1580: dittybopper: luna1580: didn't watch yet. does it lead up to mysterion? because it farkin should.

Don't you mean Mysterons?

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no, this! (NSFW, oh course)

[YouTube video: All Mysterion's deaths - South Park (Warning: Profanity)]

kenny is the only one amongst coon and friends who is immortal. because his parents were in some mystical cult when he was born. every day kenny dies he is literally reborn. also, this is the voice of kenny without his orange jacket muffling him.

for whatever reason "explaining" "oh god they killed kenny!" with a superhero origin story was something i liked.


Yeah, you can put me down as another person who enjoyed Kenny's immortality finally being paid off with a backstory. Mysterion lives!
 
2020-06-29 12:01:28 PM  

Keyser_Soze_Death: lindalouwho: I didn't watch South Park until someone told me that the same character dies in every episode, I thought that was hilarious.

You know who else died in every episode...
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ooooo i had that complete on dvd. i don't anymore (sold it in a move) and that sucks 😢
 
2020-06-29 12:40:48 PM  

luna1580: dittybopper: luna1580: didn't watch yet. does it lead up to mysterion? because it farkin should.

Don't you mean Mysterons?

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no, this! (NSFW, oh course)

[Youtube-video https://www.youtube.com/embed/XjUQUalr​kyw]

kenny is the only one amongst coon and friends who is immortal. because his parents were in some mystical cult when he was born. every day kenny dies he is literally reborn. also, this is the voice of kenny without his orange jacket muffling him.

for whatever reason "explaining" "oh god they killed kenny!" with a superhero origin story was something i liked.


That roaring sound you just heard?

That was the joke doing a low pass over your head.
 
2020-06-29 12:52:52 PM  

dittybopper: luna1580: dittybopper: luna1580: didn't watch yet. does it lead up to mysterion? because it farkin should.

Don't you mean Mysterons?

[s2.dmcdn.net image 850x637]

no, this! (NSFW, oh course)

[Youtube-video https://www.youtube.com/embed/XjUQUalr​kyw]

kenny is the only one amongst coon and friends who is immortal. because his parents were in some mystical cult when he was born. every day kenny dies he is literally reborn. also, this is the voice of kenny without his orange jacket muffling him.

for whatever reason "explaining" "oh god they killed kenny!" with a superhero origin story was something i liked.

That roaring sound you just heard?

That was the joke doing a low pass over your head.


dude i farkied you in deep red in pol for a reason. but you don't need to be a jerk when we're discussing farking cartoons.

unless the totality of your personality is "jerk" and you have no other settings. then i guess you were just born that way...

i'll try not to hold it against you. i'm a big enough person to look at jerks with deep pity instead of burning hatred...
 
2020-06-29 12:55:38 PM  
The joke, of course, being that the Mysterons in the Captain Scarlet series can make someone immortal.

You know, I wonder......

(Googles it)

Yep:

https://southpark.fandom.com/wiki/Mys​t​erion

The name Mysterion and the power to regenerate are a reference to the 1960s television series Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons. The main character Captain Scarlet has the power to reincarnate/regenerate from any injury, fatal or otherwise - a power unintentionally granted him by a race of aliens referred to as the 'Mysterons'.
 
2020-06-29 1:01:14 PM  

luna1580: dude i farkied you in deep red in pol for a reason. but you don't need to be a jerk when we're discussing farking cartoons.

unless the totality of your personality is "jerk" and you have no other settings. then i guess you were just born that way...

i'll try not to hold it against you. i'm a big enough person to look at jerks with deep pity instead of burning hatred...


Are you really that bent out of shape, or is this some kind of parody or performance art?   Because if it's real, it's not me that has the problem.

Oh, and it turns out my joke was more on topic than I thought.
 
2020-06-29 1:05:07 PM  
They took it off Hulu and went to HBO Max.. pffft
 
2020-06-29 1:05:31 PM  

dittybopper: The joke, of course, being that the Mysterons in the Captain Scarlet series can make someone immortal.

You know, I wonder......

(Googles it)

Yep:

https://southpark.fandom.com/wiki/Myst​erion

The name Mysterion and the power to regenerate are a reference to the 1960s television series Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons. The main character Captain Scarlet has the power to reincarnate/regenerate from any injury, fatal or otherwise - a power unintentionally granted him by a race of aliens referred to as the 'Mysterons'.


that may well be, and be an easter egg for fans of ancient television. but i was born in 1980, matt was born in 1971, and trey was born in 1969. at best that was an easter egg for their parents generation -or super-duper american pop-culture geeks. AND knowing that was not required to enjoy the in-universe "explanation" of kenny's many, many deaths.

you think you're the smartest man in the room, but in reality all you've done is out yourself as perhaps the very oldest fan of south park. which, as a free-standing fact, is actually pretty damn cool.

however, you are NOT excused for being a jerk.
 
2020-06-29 2:01:52 PM  

dittybopper: luna1580: didn't watch yet. does it lead up to mysterion? because it farkin should.

Don't you mean Mysterons?

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Portishead - Mysterons (Roseland NYC) (HQ)
Youtube rRZdai5UPjE
 
2020-06-29 2:18:32 PM  

spiralscratch: dittybopper: luna1580: didn't watch yet. does it lead up to mysterion? because it farkin should.

Don't you mean Mysterons?

[s2.dmcdn.net image 850x637]

[Youtube-video https://www.youtube.com/embed/rRZdai5U​PjE]


yes! this was what i thought of upon seeing his comment. not a TV show filmed 20 years before i was born
 
2020-06-29 3:17:48 PM  

luna1580: that may well be, and be an easter egg for fans of ancient television. but i was born in 1980, matt was born in 1971, and trey was born in 1969. at best that was an easter egg for their parents generation -or super-duper american pop-culture geeks.


I'm only slightly older than either, and I don't and didn't live in England.  Or Japan for that matter.  I was in diapers when Captain Scarlet was originally broadcast.

Back in the old days of the 1970's and early 1980's, before things like the Internet, streaming, and even cable, VCRs, and DVD players, there was just live TV.  Live, in the sense that there was no way to time-shift things.  If you weren't watching when Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom was being broadcast, you missed it.  Maybe you could catch it in the re-run.

In most markets, there were the 3 major network affiliates (ABC/NBC/CBS), there was a PBS affiliate, and then there were the independent UHF stations that ran syndicated programming.  Remember the Weird Al movie?   That's the kind of station he was lampooning.  They'd buy inexpensive shows like Ultraman, Johnny Sokko and his Flying Robot, Speed Racer, Marine Boy, Thunderbirds, UFO, and yes, even Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons.

So you'd come home from school, and they'd have shows like that in the after school lineup, and sometimes after the Saturday Creature Feature show that showed mostly black and white horror films like Attack of the Giant Leeches and The Screaming Skull, but also the occasional kaiju film.  You know, inexpensive B movies.

So if you were a kid in the 1970's and early 1980's, like Matt, Trey, and I were, you were very likely to be exposed to those shows.  Because that's what was on if you didn't want to watch a soap opera, Sesame Street, or some insipid game show.

Now, you weren't there, so I don't blame you for not knowing this.  What I do blame you for is a haughty attitude, thinking you know about something when you really don't.

Thus endeth the history lesson.
 
2020-06-29 3:48:23 PM  

dittybopper: luna1580: that may well be, and be an easter egg for fans of ancient television. but i was born in 1980, matt was born in 1971, and trey was born in 1969. at best that was an easter egg for their parents generation -or super-duper american pop-culture geeks.

I'm only slightly older than either, and I don't and didn't live in England.  Or Japan for that matter.  I was in diapers when Captain Scarlet was originally broadcast.

Back in the old days of the 1970's and early 1980's, before things like the Internet, streaming, and even cable, VCRs, and DVD players, there was just live TV.  Live, in the sense that there was no way to time-shift things.  If you weren't watching when Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom was being broadcast, you missed it.  Maybe you could catch it in the re-run.

In most markets, there were the 3 major network affiliates (ABC/NBC/CBS), there was a PBS affiliate, and then there were the independent UHF stations that ran syndicated programming.  Remember the Weird Al movie?   That's the kind of station he was lampooning.  They'd buy inexpensive shows like Ultraman, Johnny Sokko and his Flying Robot, Speed Racer, Marine Boy, Thunderbirds, UFO, and yes, even Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons.

So you'd come home from school, and they'd have shows like that in the after school lineup, and sometimes after the Saturday Creature Feature show that showed mostly black and white horror films like Attack of the Giant Leeches and The Screaming Skull, but also the occasional kaiju film.  You know, inexpensive B movies.

So if you were a kid in the 1970's and early 1980's, like Matt, Trey, and I were, you were very likely to be exposed to those shows.  Because that's what was on if you didn't want to watch a soap opera, Sesame Street, or some insipid game show.

Now, you weren't there, so I don't blame you for not knowing this.  What I do blame you for is a haughty attitude, thinking you know about something when you really don't.

Thus endeth the history lesson ...


thanks for the lesson, O Wise Old One. remember i was born in 1980, none of this information is coming to me from an "undiscovered country" 😉

what you failed to mention was if Captain Scarlet was even a good show.

simple nostolia is not the same as good.

and you want to talk about "haughty attitudes?" i'd say feeling smug thinking that the real joy of a comedy central show that premiered in 1997 (when i was 17 and pretty much "peak" audience...) depends on a show from the '60s, before the creators of south park even existed is "haughty" indeed. stupid too.

you found an easter egg. treasure it, savior it, but DON'T think understanding kenny/mysterion is dependant on this old ass show pretty much no one (but you) still alive ever thinks about.

people still talk about the twilight zone. people still talk about star trek (TOS). NO ONE talks about "captain scarlet."

sorry, you're farkin' old. old AND out of touch.
 
2020-06-29 7:07:27 PM  

luna1580: dittybopper: luna1580: that may well be, and be an easter egg for fans of ancient television. but i was born in 1980, matt was born in 1971, and trey was born in 1969. at best that was an easter egg for their parents generation -or super-duper american pop-culture geeks.

I'm only slightly older than either, and I don't and didn't live in England.  Or Japan for that matter.  I was in diapers when Captain Scarlet was originally broadcast.

Back in the old days of the 1970's and early 1980's, before things like the Internet, streaming, and even cable, VCRs, and DVD players, there was just live TV.  Live, in the sense that there was no way to time-shift things.  If you weren't watching when Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom was being broadcast, you missed it.  Maybe you could catch it in the re-run.

In most markets, there were the 3 major network affiliates (ABC/NBC/CBS), there was a PBS affiliate, and then there were the independent UHF stations that ran syndicated programming.  Remember the Weird Al movie?   That's the kind of station he was lampooning.  They'd buy inexpensive shows like Ultraman, Johnny Sokko and his Flying Robot, Speed Racer, Marine Boy, Thunderbirds, UFO, and yes, even Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons.

So you'd come home from school, and they'd have shows like that in the after school lineup, and sometimes after the Saturday Creature Feature show that showed mostly black and white horror films like Attack of the Giant Leeches and The Screaming Skull, but also the occasional kaiju film.  You know, inexpensive B movies.

So if you were a kid in the 1970's and early 1980's, like Matt, Trey, and I were, you were very likely to be exposed to those shows.  Because that's what was on if you didn't want to watch a soap opera, Sesame Street, or some insipid game show.

Now, you weren't there, so I don't blame you for not knowing this.  What I do blame you for is a haughty attitude, thinking you know about something when you really don't.

Thus endeth the history lesson ...

thanks for the lesson, O Wise Old One. remember i was born in 1980, none of this information is coming to me from an "undiscovered country" 😉

what you failed to mention was if Captain Scarlet was even a good show.

simple nostolia is not the same as good.

and you want to talk about "haughty attitudes?" i'd say feeling smug thinking that the real joy of a comedy central show that premiered in 1997 (when i was 17 and pretty much "peak" audience...) depends on a show from the '60s, before the creators of south park even existed is "haughty" indeed. stupid too.

you found an easter egg. treasure it, savior it, but DON'T think understanding kenny/mysterion is dependant on this old ass show pretty much no one (but you) still alive ever thinks about.

people still talk about the twilight zone. people still talk about star trek (TOS). NO ONE talks about "captain scarlet."

sorry, you're farkin' old. old AND out of touch.


Was it a good show?

Best of the Gerry & Sylvia Anderson puppet shows.  If I had to rank their shows, I'd go like this:

1. UFO (Live action)
2. Captain Scarlet (puppets)
3. Space:1999 (live action)
4. Thunderbirds (puppets)
 
2020-06-29 7:08:42 PM  

luna1580: dittybopper: luna1580: that may well be, and be an easter egg for fans of ancient television. but i was born in 1980, matt was born in 1971, and trey was born in 1969. at best that was an easter egg for their parents generation -or super-duper american pop-culture geeks.

I'm only slightly older than either, and I don't and didn't live in England.  Or Japan for that matter.  I was in diapers when Captain Scarlet was originally broadcast.

Back in the old days of the 1970's and early 1980's, before things like the Internet, streaming, and even cable, VCRs, and DVD players, there was just live TV.  Live, in the sense that there was no way to time-shift things.  If you weren't watching when Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom was being broadcast, you missed it.  Maybe you could catch it in the re-run.

In most markets, there were the 3 major network affiliates (ABC/NBC/CBS), there was a PBS affiliate, and then there were the independent UHF stations that ran syndicated programming.  Remember the Weird Al movie?   That's the kind of station he was lampooning.  They'd buy inexpensive shows like Ultraman, Johnny Sokko and his Flying Robot, Speed Racer, Marine Boy, Thunderbirds, UFO, and yes, even Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons.

So you'd come home from school, and they'd have shows like that in the after school lineup, and sometimes after the Saturday Creature Feature show that showed mostly black and white horror films like Attack of the Giant Leeches and The Screaming Skull, but also the occasional kaiju film.  You know, inexpensive B movies.

So if you were a kid in the 1970's and early 1980's, like Matt, Trey, and I were, you were very likely to be exposed to those shows.  Because that's what was on if you didn't want to watch a soap opera, Sesame Street, or some insipid game show.

Now, you weren't there, so I don't blame you for not knowing this.  What I do blame you for is a haughty attitude, thinking you know about something when you really don't.

Thus endeth the history lesson ...

thanks for the lesson, O Wise Old One. remember i was born in 1980, none of this information is coming to me from an "undiscovered country" 😉

what you failed to mention was if Captain Scarlet was even a good show.

simple nostolia is not the same as good.

and you want to talk about "haughty attitudes?" i'd say feeling smug thinking that the real joy of a comedy central show that premiered in 1997 (when i was 17 and pretty much "peak" audience...) depends on a show from the '60s, before the creators of south park even existed is "haughty" indeed. stupid too.

you found an easter egg. treasure it, savior it, but DON'T think understanding kenny/mysterion is dependant on this old ass show pretty much no one (but you) still alive ever thinks about.

people still talk about the twilight zone. people still talk about star trek (TOS). NO ONE talks about "captain scarlet."

sorry, you're farkin' old. old AND out of touch.


Will you still have this attitude 20 years from now?
 
2020-06-29 8:22:50 PM  

dittybopper: luna1580: dittybopper: luna1580: that may well be, and be an easter egg for fans of ancient television. but i was born in 1980, matt was born in 1971, and trey was born in 1969. at best that was an easter egg for their parents generation -or super-duper american pop-culture geeks.

I'm only slightly older than either, and I don't and didn't live in England.  Or Japan for that matter.  I was in diapers when Captain Scarlet was originally broadcast.

Back in the old days of the 1970's and early 1980's, before things like the Internet, streaming, and even cable, VCRs, and DVD players, there was just live TV.  Live, in the sense that there was no way to time-shift things.  If you weren't watching when Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom was being broadcast, you missed it.  Maybe you could catch it in the re-run.

In most markets, there were the 3 major network affiliates (ABC/NBC/CBS), there was a PBS affiliate, and then there were the independent UHF stations that ran syndicated programming.  Remember the Weird Al movie?   That's the kind of station he was lampooning.  They'd buy inexpensive shows like Ultraman, Johnny Sokko and his Flying Robot, Speed Racer, Marine Boy, Thunderbirds, UFO, and yes, even Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons.

So you'd come home from school, and they'd have shows like that in the after school lineup, and sometimes after the Saturday Creature Feature show that showed mostly black and white horror films like Attack of the Giant Leeches and The Screaming Skull, but also the occasional kaiju film.  You know, inexpensive B movies.

So if you were a kid in the 1970's and early 1980's, like Matt, Trey, and I were, you were very likely to be exposed to those shows.  Because that's what was on if you didn't want to watch a soap opera, Sesame Street, or some insipid game show.

Now, you weren't there, so I don't blame you for not knowing this.  What I do blame you for is a haughty attitude, thinking you know about something when you really don't.

Thus en ...


are you british? i just learned these are british children's shows made with puppets. from my parents generation.

and your entire assertion they have some tie to kenny in south park was gleaned from an open-source fan wiki. NOT some interview with matt and trey.

your entire "mysterion secretly references 'captain scarlet and the mysterons' idea" is likely untrue.
 
2020-06-29 8:25:35 PM  

dittybopper: Will you still have this attitude 20 years from now?


who can say? we'll find out in 20 years. well, you won't, you'll have died of old age by then.
 
2020-06-29 8:54:55 PM  

luna1580: dittybopper: Will you still have this attitude 20 years from now?

who can say? we'll find out in 20 years. well, you won't, you'll have died of old age by then.


p.s. please don't get offended by this simple truth ditty. because i see you over in pol straight up bragging about your very advanced age just 3 hours ago. you can't have it both ways.
 
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