Agreed, he just disappeared and we didn't get to know if Garrison threw him away or something.Originally Posted by homer5000
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More plot info.
ERIC CARTMAN IS THE NEW SUBSTITUTE TEACHER
IN AN ALL-NEW "SOUTH PARK"
ON WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9 AT 10:00 P.M.
While their regular teacher, Ms. Garrison, is busy looking for a way to become the man he always intended to be, Cartman is put in charge. Soon after Cartman takes over, the kids' test scores are on the rise. Cartman decides to make a difference by working with some inner-city kids whom no other teacher has been able to reach.
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It would be good if they brought back the regular Mr. Garrison.
Cartman's subplot sounds out of character.
Ahaha, I can't wait to see Cartman in this.
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Ha, the new plot info sounds great. looking forward to it.
Mrs. Garrison is one of my least favorite characters.
MR. Garrison, however, is one of my favorites. I do hope they bring him back.
Cartman helping inner city kids. This could be good.
I'd like seeing Cartman break down because of the inner city kids.
I'm really hoping for some sort of Dangerous Minds/etc parody. I expect to see elbow patches on a jacket!
Cartman working with inner-city kids? FANTASTIC.
Oh man. Plus it looks like it's really going to get some focus now. I'm a lot more excited.
The more I hear about Cartman's plot, the more I like it. The inner city school thing should be great, as those kind of movies are usually fun to parody.
Mrs. Garrison is a sucky character, so I don't care much for this idea. Maybe Cartman can save it.
Now, if they can somehow bring back Mr. Garrison through all this, it'll be completely worth it. But I doubt that will happen.
I expect I'll be seeing Cartman turning an out of control class into intellectuals in one of the biggest cliches ever.
This sounds like a really good episode, i'm really looking forward to the cartman plot.
TITLE: “Over Logging”
Episode #1206/Air date: April 16, 2008
One day the citizens of South Park wake up and find the internet is gone. When Randy hears there may still be some internet out in California, he packs up his family and heads west.
A Randy episode?
On the other hand, I'm really interested to see what their angle is. Another swipe about how the internet is too young to receive such mature attention?...
Ah, an episode I can totally relate to. The unreliable Internet at my college craps out about once a week for like half a day, and everyone starts freaking out. And yet, I'm having trouble envisioning an interesting episode with a premise like this. Oh, and it's starring Randy. He's great for a quick gag here and there, but I'm more than tired of episodes revolving around him.
Homer the Whopper: C, Bart Gets a Z: C+, The Great Wife Hope: B-, Treehouse of Horror XX: B, The Devil Wears Nada: C-, Pranks & Greens: C, Rednecks & Broomsticks: D+, O Brother, Where Bart Thou?: B, Thursdays With Abie: D, Once Upon a Time in Springfield: C+, Million Dollar Maybe: C-
^Yeah, I'm guessing now an over-reliance on the internet is probably key here. My work (a library) is deserted when the internet's down, so now I can see the angle. But, Randy? I'm betting Kyle, Cartman and Kenny (or Butters) will be featured for the first five minutes before they all disappear and suddenly it's Stan and his stupid father...
^Or, maybe I'm completely wrong on both angles. So, the internet as gold parallel? Alright...but I'm totally right on how Cartman, Kenny and Kyle will disappear after the first act...
Another Randy episode, it isn't much of a surprise these days, and as some of you said; Kyle, Cartman, Kenny and maybe Butters will probably only be in the first act before disappearing. Still, the episode might be a good one.
I'm not getting my hopes up. Maybe if I go in expecting shit, I will think it's great?
Am I the only one on here who loves Randy? With the exception of "More Crap," I really like his episodes.
He's so-so for me. Some instances, like the Guitar Hero episode are pretty good. Then others like Goobacks I just want him to die off.
Yeah, he's good in small amounts. His "Guitar Queer-O" appearance cracked me up, but he's annoying as hell in stuff like "Night of the Living Homeless" and "Bloody Mary"...
Uh...what?Hopefully South Park can do as The Simpsons did this season and learn from their mistakes – steering the show back on the course it rightfully deserves to be on.
And yes, I did say that The Simpsons was worth watching again.
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