South Park - The Complete First Season (DVD, 2004, 3-Disc Set)
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- estephan2010Apr 04, 2012by
It was a great buy and I'd do it again in a heartbeat.
The South Park Season one DVD was excellent. The show is amazing and hilarious and deals with real world problems in a funny and easy to watch way.
The case is great and the characters are all hilarious and different in their own ways.
I recommend this product to anyone and everyone!
Except those who are easily offended.
- amthompso_6Jun 29, 2016by
Funny and hilarious
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Pre-owned
- depawinduAug 02, 2009by
Excellent show, intellectual themes, great characters
South park is a wonderful show dealing with the childs innocent and unique concept of adult issues. I believe the first season is probably the best of all thirteen seasons; though it does not have the more sophisticated videography of the later seasons. My favorite character, Chef, is the mentor and protector of the children. A large man with an even larger heart. The show is not for strong fundamentalist, God fearing, church goers. It's a little naughty, totally honest and totally unrelenting about the issues we all avoid discussing.
- undersmokeDec 24, 2006by
Potty Mouth Gang Gets It Started
Trey Parker and Matt Stone have weird minds. Their jokes are all centered around potty this and potty that, they like to use swear words a lot (mostly bleeped), and almost everything that they do has been done before whether on the Simpsons or Beavis and Butthead. So some of their humor can be tiresome. But they still do it in a fresh way with the crude cartoons of South Park. The characters are just different enough that they all work well together. They try to give us a moral of the story for every episode, then it's like who cares-whatever. It took me a while to warm up to the South Park kids when I first seen them on Comedy Central, but then I realized that they could be the Seinfeld of animation. They tackle cutting edge subjects that no one else would think of, and no one else could probably get away with. Season One is a good season, especially after watching it for how many years and looking back at how they started. It has the classics "Cartman Gets an Anal Probe" and "Mr. Hanky The Christmas Poo", which I think are pretty much self explanatory by the titles. The intros to the episodes (with Parker and Stone) are funny at first, but I grew tired of them and fast forwarded right to the episodes. Maybe you'll like them, maybe not. All in all, if you like South Park, it's a great season to start with; and if you've never watched South Park, they're kind of like Beavis and Butthead meets Jackass (You know, the show and movie from MTV).Read full review
- ndwagstaffJun 10, 2006by
South Park Season One
I absolutely love South Park, and this DVD set was actually the second set I purchased for my collection. The episodes contained in the set are classic South Park, episodes that helped to launch the series, so most of them everyone has seen. There are, however, commentaries on every episode by Matt Stone and Trey Parker. These commentaries can get annoying from time to time but in general, they are pretty funny. Only 13 episodes, but still a worth purchase in my opinion.