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Comedy Central's own promotional material dubs the show "sick and twisted." You bet it is. It's also sophomoric, gross, and unfunny. It's great that a comedy wants to take chances -- many sitcoms don't -- but the adult-aimed South Park goes too far.
South Park is so recklessly goofy and eager to shock that it somehow works. It's very, very funny, and looks like a sure bet to become TV's newest cult hit -- but it's definitely a case where parental guidance is advised.
I must shamefully admit however that I like South Park -- a lot. It is at once insanely juvenile and very sophisticated, appealing to a funny bone that as an adult I try to hide. I feel guilty about laughing, but I laugh anyway.
The evil spawn of Beavis & Butt-head has landed. South Park is built for bodacious discomfort.
Unlike many cartoons, this one actually "looks" funny, and it constantly plays on its grade-school aesthetic for shock value, with great success. At its best, South Park is more a profane Peanuts than a downsized Beavis and Butt-head.
TOO BAD, KIDS! South Park... is for grownups albeit grownups who aren't put off by some blood, some guts and some sure-fire passing-gas jokes along with the show's sardonic observations about kids, parenting, politics and media.
It is twisted, it is adult and, if you're in the mood for some unapologetically outrageous fare, it is very funny.
The new TV season already has its first bona fide bit of genius. It's called South Park, and soon the name of this brilliant, pants-wettingly funny show will be on everyone's lips. But not always for the same reasons.
The Simpsons and King of the Hill are the smartest satires on television. However, just because a show is animated doesn't mean it's smart. And to prove that point, Comedy Central unveils South Park.
Shocking, offensive, and hilarious, South Park continues to undermine authority with its creative and insightful critiques of the media, politics, and celebrity hype.
Audience Reviews for South Park: Season 1
Apr 20, 2021In the first season cartman is hilarious probably at his best especially the first two episodes, he's steals probably most of the season.
Feb 06, 2021Matt and Trey hate I think the first 8 Season and I have to disagree. Every episode of the first season just displays so well what South Park is all about in the best possible ways.
Jan 19, 2021A fun start to a great show.
Nov 27, 2020Funny rude I like it
Nov 18, 2020South Park season 1 is amazing. The humor in the season is amazing and the episodes get better as they go. The 4 main characters are amazing and hilarious. I think Kenny dying episode is a cool gag that they have. I also like how they have attention to detail in the show to the point where they put small things in the background, maybe you will or won't notice. Overall this season is funny, amazing, lovable, and just overall a great season of TV. I would highly share this season to anyone who wants to laugh like never before
Oct 26, 2020How great can this be
Oct 24, 2020Wow so fucking funny it could be the best show
Jul 07, 2020Great animated series! This is the best animated series I've ever seen. I love this show.
Jun 25, 2020South Park gets off to a rocky start with "Cartman Gets an Anal Probe", which is one of the worst episodes of the series. Mainly with its unfunny fart jokes and not very interesting plot, it is easily one of my least favorite. But after this, Season 1 really picks up with great episodes such as "Weight Gain 4000" and "Death". While Season 1 is a good season, it is not in my top five favorite seasons.
Mar 16, 2020A strong start to what is possibly the best animated show of all time