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The eleventh series of Trey Parker and Matt Stone's envelope-pushing satire "South Park" is highlighted by the three-part episode titled "Imaginationland," which follows Eric, Kyle, Stan, and Kenny as they battle to save the world in an imaginary land while Eric attempts to collect on a bet from Kyle after he proves that leprechauns are real. Other notable installments from this season include "Cartman Sucks," where Butters is forced to go to a pray-away-the-gay program; "With Apologies to Jesse… More
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Matt Stone and Trey Parker continue to amaze with their contribution to pop culture. How can they take a current hot topic and get it down to the basic level... and have it on the air that very same week? That's impressive.
This show remains not only brilliantly funny, but more relevant and insightful than anything else on television.
As long as its founders find fault in what they do, South Park will strive to maintain its own unique level of anarchic insanity.
Season Eleven collects their most lucid messages on organized religion in The Fantastic Easter Special and Cartman Sucks and, to everyone's surprise, they are completely lacking in knee-jerk religion bashing or insensitivity.
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