south park: season 1 tv review - Aussieboyreviews
HOW CRUDE, COARSE AND MATURE IS THE HUMOUR IN SOUTH PARK?
South Park is a mature, silly, crude and coarse adult animation with lots of humour. Each episode presents a new story/plot that mature teens and adults will likely find very entertaining and witty. This series is just great!
Stan, Kyle, Eric and Kenny are four friends who have numerous bizarre adventures in their town, South Park.
Director: Trey Parker, Matt Stone
Cast: Trey Parker, Matt Stone, April Stewart, Isaac Hayes, Mary Kay Bergman, Mona Marshall
Release Date (Australia): 31 May 1998
Episodes: Cartman Gets an Anal Probe / Weight Gain 4000 / Volcano / Big Gay Al’s Big Gay Boat Ride / An Elephant Makes Love to a Pig / Death / Pinkeye / Starvin’ Marvin / Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo / Damien / Tom’s Rhinoplasty / Mecha-Streisand / Cartman’s Mom is a Dirty Slut
Genre: Animation, Comedy
CONTENT GUIDE (WARNING: MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS)
The series contains moderate thematic elements and multiple instances of crude humour, including several references to bodily functions.
The series contains multiple comedic depictions of animated violence including impalement and dismemberment with accompanying animated blood sprays and blood detail.
The series features use of coarse language, including the words “hell”, “bitch”, “ass”, “bastards”, “slut”, “s**t” and “f**k”.
The series contains depictions of animated buttocks nudity.
The series features crude sexual humour and sexual references throughout.
Aussie boy's thoughts
Although it’s animated, it’s hilariously crude and controversial. Although it’s targeted for adults, it still carries sweet childlike morals. And although it’s fairly basic, it’s nearly damn perfect! South Park is the popular inappropriate series best for mature teens, due to content such as profanity, sexual references and even animated violence, but each episode is an entertaining “fresh start” to the previous episode. South Park could literally blow up the world, and in the next episode, nothing happened. The frequent humour will likely offend some, but it’s basically just a spoof of real life and animations.
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