posted by chel1395
South Park revolves around four little boys, Cartman, Kyle, Stan and Kenny, who all live in a small Colorado town. On this day, the always indelicate Cartman wakes his mother up bright and early so he can be the first in line to get the new Sony PSP. Unfortunately for Cartman, all the other kids in South Park got up bright and early too, so when he gets to the store, he is stuck at the back of an extremely long line. To add insult to injury, his friend, little Kenny, is at the front of the line, so Kenny gets a PSP and Cartman is left out in the cold. Kenny excels at the PSP game “Heaven and Hell,” until he is hit by a truck and killed. Ironically, the truck driver was too busy playing his own PSP to notice where he was going. Kenny’s spirit rises up towards heaven.
This episode aired on Comedy Central on March 30, 2005. It was, of course, a parody of the recent debate over Terri Shiavo, whose own vegetative state brought about debates over her right to die and her family’s right to remove the feeding tube.
South Park has never strayed from making fun of any taboo topic, from molestation in the Catholic Church to the devastation of Hurricane Katrina, even going so far as to making fun of Comedy Central for censoring their episode on Scientology. But, don’t think of South Park as crude or foul-mouthed humor wrapped in a colorful package in order to impress its vulgarity and liberality of ideas on our youth. Look deeper and you’ll see that four animated little boys in a small Colorado town are able to make better sense than hundreds of politicians in Washington D.C. ever could.
added by BellaMetallica
this is totally me when i'm late for work & people in front of me walk slower than hell.
added by South-Park-Babe
This was on the "Mr. Hankey's Christmas Classics" soundtrack. I personally hate Stendy, but this is a video and song many people might not have heard.