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South Park (Season 3) DVD Review
by: Britt Gillette

Premiering in the late summer of 1997, South Park took American pop culture by storm with its no-holds-barred examination of social and political issues and its lewd yet unique brand of cartoon humor. Created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone, South Park is the lynchpin of cable network Comedy Central's original programming lineup. Centered around the lives of several kids in the small Colorado town of South Park (a place prone to odd and paranormal occurrences), the series presents itself in the form of crude animated drawings, yet the concept works, playing home to innumerable well-written shows filled with boundless wit, well-timed one-liners, and an endless array of politically-incorrect humor. Love it or hate it, South Park is a truly original animated series with relentlessly off-the-wall plot twists and comic relief. If you love oddball humor, then this is the show for you…

South Park mostly follows the exploits of four elementary school kids - Cartman (who's overweight and sarcastic), Kyle (who dreams of eliminating his little brother Ike), Stan (who throws up at the sight of a girl he likes), and Kenny (who manages to get killed in every episode). All four attend South Park Elementary School where third grade teacher Mr. Garrison educates them with the use of a hand-puppet named "Mr. Hat" and cafeteria employee "Chef" McElroy (Isaac Hayes) dispenses his advice while periodically breaking into 70's love songs about making love to women. South Park is the setting for numerous oddities such as alien visitors, a monster with a hand of celery and the leg of Patrick Duffy, and Big Gay Al's Big Gay Boat Ride. South Park also hosts a number famous people from time to time, such as the Devil, Saddam Hussein, the Antichrist, Kathy Lee Gifford, Scott Baio, Tina Yothers, Elton John, and Jesus Christ - who has his own cable access show…

The South Park (Season 3) DVD features a number of hilarious episodes including the season premiere "Rainforest Schmainforest" in which the boys are forced to join the "Getting Gay with Kids" choir as punishment for their bad classroom behavior. When the choir takes an adventurous tour of the rain forest in which they almost get eaten by snakes, shot by rebel guerrillas, sacrificed by native cannibals, and sunk in quick sand, they decide the rainforest sucks… Other notable episodes from Season 3 include "Spontaneous Combustion" in which the townsfolk of South Park start spontaneously combusting because they are holding in their farts. When they start farting, the massive release facilitates the greater problem of global warming… And "Sexual Harassment Panda" in which Kyle's dad goes on a litigious rampage in the aftermath of the boys' public service message courtesy of the Sexual Harassment Panda (who then agrees to become Petey "The Don't Sue People" Panda)…

Below is a list of episodes included on the South Park (Season 3) DVD:

Episode 32 (Rainforest Schmainforest) Air Date: 04-07-1999
Episode 33 (Spontaneous Combustion) Air Date: 04-14-1999
Episode 34 (The Succubus) Air Date: 04-21-1999
Episode 35 (Jakovasaurs) Air Date: 06-16-1999
Episode 36 (Tweek vs. Craig) Air Date: 06-23-1999
Episode 37 (Sexual Harassment Panda) Air Date: 07-07-1999
Episode 38 (Cat Orgy) Air Date: 07-14-1999
Episode 39 (Two Guys Naked in a Hot Tub) Air Date: 07-21-1999
Episode 40 (Jewbilee) Air Date: 07-28-1999
Episode 41 (Korn's Groovy Pirate Ghost Mystery) Air Date: 10-27-1999
Episode 42 (Chinpokomon) Air Date: 11-03-1999
Episode 43 (Hooked on Monkey Fonics) Air Date: 11-10-1999
Episode 44 (Starvin' Marvin in Space!) Air Date: 11-17-1999
Episode 45 (The Red Badge of Gayness) Air Date: 11-24-1999
Episode 46 (Mr. Hankey's Christmas Classics) Air Date: 12-01-1999
Episode 47 (Are You There God, It's Me Jesus) Air Date: 12-29-1999
Episode 48 (Worldwide Recorder Concert) Air Date: 01-12-2000

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