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South Park starts to pick up steam in season 2
My favorite episode is the April fool's joke that was just a Terrence and Philip episode. Loved it. So many outrageous characters.
bigger doesn't always mean better this season was still great but not as good
The second Season gave us more character development Chef has become my favorite character with the boys being Great aswell. With 18 fun and memorable episodes It's a good Season with tons of funny and goofy episodes and a lot of good supporting characters and slightly better animation than the first season.
Best Episode: "Chef's Salty Chocolate Balls"
Worst Episode: "City on the Edge of Forever"
The second season of South Park gets even crazier as the boys get into more hilarious antics. This season Stan, Kyle, Cartman, and Kenny help solve the case of a serial chicken molester, go to the world dodgeball championship, foil a nefarious plot by a planetarium owner, throw a music concert to save Chef, do battle with their evil selves from a parallel dimension, and discover the mysterious Underpants Gnomes. Additionally, the show pulls a wild April Fool's joke by kicking off the season with a full-length Terrence and Phillip episode (instead of the promised conclusion to the "Who's Cartman's Mom?" mystery). The animation is improved but still sticks to the crude cardboard cutout look, and the satire is incredibly sharp and clever. The parodies are also extremely funny; riffing on Star Trek, the Grinch, Poltergeist, Titanic, America's Most Wanted, and America's Funniest Home Videos. The laughs keep coming in Season 2 as South Park adds more characters are gets more ambitious in its storytelling.
Sometimes funny, sometimes dumb. 'South Park' continues and it's definitely a funnier adventure -- with returning jokes and new ones. But of course; it's not always a fun nor exciting story. Its plot can drag on with boring stuff, but the characters are always fun to follow and they shine with unique personality traits. Sure expositions, returning jokes, lacking character development and a too dumb story might not impress all of you. But it does to me, to a somewhat extent.
Average personal episode rating: 67.2/100
Personal rating: 70/ 100
Critical rating: 60/100
While some episodes may be hit or miss, Season 2 of South Park remains an important stepping in the show's history - and a great overall season to boot.
Season 2 continued from the first season, it includes introduction to many new characters and better tongue in cheek humour in general. Though still quite silly at times.
Like that star wars episode in this season.
The second season of South Park is a slight improvement on the original with the higher amount of classic episodes, mostly good jokes, improved animation, some of the more original concepts and the high amount of 18 episodes is a big plus, but it is still a beginning here with not a single standout character, some weak episodes and little attention to character arks. But it is still a pretty good season with some very interesting storylines, mostly excellent humor and a couple of terrific episodes.