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ohiovol
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Is South Park Season 8 the greatest ever season of a television comedy?
Not only are there no weak episodes, a significant number of them are classics.

Good Times with Weapons
Up the Down Steroid
Passion of the Jew
You Got F'd in the A
Awesome-O
The Jeffersons
Goobacks
Douche and Turd
Something Wallmart Comes This Way
Pre-School
Quest for Ratings
Stupid Spoiled Whore Video Playset
Cartman's Incredible Gift
Woodland Critter Christmas


Peter167
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re: Is South Park Season 8 the greatest ever season of a television comedy?
FXs What we do in the shadows has been hilarious every episode I've seen

Woodland critter Christmas was a great finale tho lol passion of the jew and Jimmy steroids shite was funny af too

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Tigers2010
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re: Is South Park Season 8 the greatest ever season of a television comedy?
Damn what a great season


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Tigris
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re: Is South Park Season 8 the greatest ever season of a television comedy?
It was a great season but I'd go with Arrested Development Season 1. 22 episodes of greatness.


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Jcorye1
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re: Is South Park Season 8 the greatest ever season of a television comedy?
Cartman's Incredible Gift is so underrated.


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pevetohead
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re: Is South Park Season 8 the greatest ever season of a television comedy?
Season 8 is peak South Park in my opinion. It was in the transition of the dirty shock value humor of the earlier seasons to the brilliant social satire of the later seasons.


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PhillyTiger90
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re: Is South Park Season 8 the greatest ever season of a television comedy?
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Douche and Turd


That scene when Kyle finally convinces Stan how important it is to vote but Kyle gets super pissed when he votes for Cartman’s choice instead of his guy.

PERFECTLY sums up what the Hollywood voting campaigns symbolize every 4 years.


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OMLandshark
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re: Is South Park Season 8 the greatest ever season of a television comedy?
Season 6 I think is better, but 8 is #2 on greatest South Park seasons.


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re: Is South Park Season 8 the greatest ever season of a television comedy?
Woodland Critter Christmas GOAT


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JustLivinTheDream
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re: Is South Park Season 8 the greatest ever season of a television comedy?
Honestly, you can't go wrong with seasons 2-8. It's all personal preference. I prefer the earlier seasons of South Park (seasons 1-3) but there are great episodes throughout every season. It's so incredibly difficult for me to rank seasons but my favorites are 2, 3, 5, 7, and 8.

I like season 7 better than 6 or 8

Cancelled
Krazy Kripples
Toilet Paper
Fat Butt and Pancake Head
Lil' Crime Stoppers
South Park Is Gay!
Christian Rock Hard
Grey Dawn
Casa Bonita
All About Mormons
Butt Out
Raisins


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Jizzy08
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re: Is South Park Season 8 the greatest ever season of a television comedy?
Blood orgy!!!!


CGSC Lobotomy
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re: Is South Park Season 8 the greatest ever season of a television comedy?
The season where they introduced PC Principal has to rank up there as well as the Troll Trace season the following year.


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tigerfan84
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Something Wallmart Comes This Way


incredibly underrated episode.


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Quest for Ratings


In my top 3 for sure.


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re: Is South Park Season 8 the greatest ever season of a television comedy?
The thing about Season 8 is it hits wide, and a lot of parts of culture. It's tough to find a season that is on point for all the angles.




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re: Is South Park Season 8 the greatest ever season of a television comedy?
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Not only are there no weak episodes, a significant number of them are classics.

Good Times with Weapons
Up the Down Steroid
Passion of the Jew
You Got F'd in the A
Awesome-O
The Jeffersons
Goobacks
Douche and Turd
Something Wallmart Comes This Way
Pre-School
Quest for Ratings
Stupid Spoiled Whore Video Playset
Cartman's Incredible Gift
Woodland Critter Christmas



It's season 14 and it isn't close:



196 1 "Sexual Healing" Trey Parker Trey Parker March 17, 2010 1401 3.74[2]
The new Tiger Woods video game resembles a fighting game more than a golf simulation, and Cartman, Stan, and Kenny become big fans of the game. Kenny, Kyle, and Butters are diagnosed as sex addicts.

197 2 "The Tale of Scrotie McBoogerballs" Trey Parker Trey Parker March 24, 2010 1402 3.24[3]
The boys write their own novel with the intention of making it the most profane and controversial book ever and pin the blame on Butters when anyone who reads the book starts vomiting.

198 3 "Medicinal Fried Chicken" Trey Parker Trey Parker March 31, 2010 1403 2.99[4]
New state laws result in the closure of all KFC stores in Colorado, much to the dismay of Cartman, who takes over a cartel to get his fix. Randy Marsh attempts to give himself cancer to get a doctor's referral for medicinal marijuana.

199 4 "You Have 0 Friends" Trey Parker Trey Parker April 7, 2010 1404 3.07[5]
Kyle adds a third-grader named Kip as a friend on Facebook, but Kyle's current friends erase themselves from being Kyle's friends. Meanwhile, Stan has a Facebook account created for him against his wishes.

200 5 "200" Trey Parker Trey Parker April 14, 2010 1405 3.33[6]
Part one of two. Stan accidentally insults Tom Cruise again by calling him a "fudge packer" during a field trip. Cruise then recruits 200 other celebrities that have been ridiculed by the town of South Park to bring a class action lawsuit against the town.

201 6 "201" Trey Parker Trey Parker April 21, 2010 1406 3.50[7]
Conclusion. South Park has Prophet Muhammad become the pawn in the game to save the town.

202 7 "Crippled Summer" Trey Parker Trey Parker April 28, 2010 1407 3.55[8]
The kids stage an intervention for Towelie. As Timmy and Jimmy are attending the camp for the summer, Nathan plots to kill Jimmy but his attempts backfire due to his dim-witted associate, Mimsy, causing havoc and issues.

203 8 "Poor and Stupid" Trey Parker Trey Parker October 6, 2010 1408 3.14[9]
Cartman tries to become poor and stupid so he can live his dream as a NASCAR driver, with Butters' help and angering Kenny.

204 9 "It's a Jersey Thing" Trey Parker Trey Parker October 13, 2010 1409 3.25[10]
The town begins a war against New Jersey because obnoxious New Jersey residents visit and annoy the South Park residents. Meanwhile, Kyle is unable to control his actions because Sheila reveals that she is from New Jersey and Cartman criticizes him.

205 10 "Insheeption" Trey Parker Trey Parker October 20, 2010 1410 2.89[11]
Stan and Mr. Mackey suffer from compulsive hoarding, and a group of experts try to find out the reasons for this, which leads to Stan getting trapped in Mr. Mackey's dream.

206 11 "Coon 2: Hindsight" Trey Parker Trey Parker October 27, 2010 1411 2.76[12]
A three-part episode. Part one of three. The Coon leads an entire team of crime-fighters but Cartman is intent on taking all the glory. Cartman eventually decides to get Captain Hindsight to join them in order to regain what he believes to be their "former glory".

207 12 "Mysterion Rises" Trey Parker Trey Parker November 3, 2010 1412 2.85[13]
Part two of three. Led by Mysterion, Coon and Friends are working together to help the people in the Gulf who are at the mercy of the dark lord, Cthulhu. The Coon, scorned by his fellow super heroes and now working alone, is out for revenge.

208 13 "Coon vs. Coon and Friends" Trey Parker Trey Parker November 10, 2010 1413 2.79[14]
Conclusion. Part three of three. Coon and Friends find themselves at the mercy of Cartman who now has the dark lord, Cthulhu, doing his bidding. Kenny wrestles with the curse of his super power through his alter ego, Mysterion.

209 14 "Crème Fraîche"


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