The Complete Sixth Season
also cute and
hilarious South Parks
little guys are out in force
as South Park: The
comes to DVD for the
OUTRAGEOUS, IRREVERENT AND CONTROVERSIAL and no way suitable
for eight-year-olds! With the warning that the programme is recommended for
mature audiences only and contains adult language and situations, South Park:
The Complete Sixth Season comes to DVD for the first time, featuring all
17 classic episodes in an exclusive three-disc collector's edition. Stan,
Kyle and Cartman and the hapless Butters roll out
line after line in their own naïve style. No eight-year-old should behave like
The simultaneous re-releases of South Park: The Complete Seasons
3 & 4 brings the boys back with three more seasons of the sometimes vulgar,
sometimes uncomfortable but always hilarious award-winning series
from Paramount Home Entertainment.
South Park: The Complete Sixth Season is packed with great episodes.
"It's only in America somebody can become famous just because they go from a
big fat ass to not being a big fat ass," says Stan when Jared Fogle claims he
lost weight through eating Subway sandwiches… and getting Aides: "When it comes
to fitness, Subway goes hand-in-hand with Aides" one of many misunderstandings!
Butters is volunteered to do the same for Chinese food and ends up submitting
himself to do-it-yourself liposuction!
Butters' parents arrange a group visit to a new Timeshare complex in Aspen but
while the boys learn to ski, the parents find all roads lead to timeshare salesmen.
Stan tackles the dangerous peak K13. If he wins he saves the youth centre, gets
the girl and frees Native American spirits in a nod to the movies of the Eighties.
In Freak Strike, the boys see that disfigured people get prizes for appearing
on the Maury Povich Show and put Butters forward with a rather alarming growth
on his chin. And Cartman takes his mother to
a talk show called Please Help My Out Of Control Child.
Butters seeks revenge by becoming Professor Chaos in The Simpsons Already Did
It. Each time he comes up with a plan, it turns out that The Simpsons did it!
In another episode, the boys try to save calves from the slaughterhouse and
end up demanding, through an FBI hostage negotiator, that Star Trek's Michael
Dorn, dressed as Worf, should drive them to freedom in a truck.
Stan, Kyle and Cartman win all the candy they want in A Ladder To Heaven. But
there's a problem Kenny had the winning ticket. The boys plan to build
a ladder to Heaven to get it. America is charmed that they miss Kenny, Japan
tries to emulate the ladder, country singer Alan Jackson exploits it for all
it is worth and the US military becomes involved, threatening to bomb Heaven
for having weapons of mass destruction. Then Cartman swallows Kenny's ashes
and begins to have strange 'Kenny' experiences.
Asked to take a video tape to Butters' parents Stan, Kyle and Cartman see it
as a mission in the brilliant The Return of the Fellowship of the Ring to the
Two Towers. When it turns out to be a porno film instead of Lord Of The Rings,
Butters becomes obsessed with 'his precious' and older kids become the Dark
Riders. The Biggest Douche In The Universe continues Kenny's possession of Cartman.
He is taken to see John Edward and to Scotland, where Chef's mother is a voodoo
Other episodes include Fighting Round The World with Russell Crowe and his tugboat
Tugger. The boys audition for a friend to replace Kenny and believe in the Sea
People (known in the UK as Sea Monkeys) because of the fantasy illustration
on the box. The boys forgo The Catholic Cruise, face the Mongolian hordes over
The Great Wall of South Park, confront their older selves and try to stop Steven
Spiel-berg and George Lucas from re-releasing more movies with digitally-enhanced
Park: The Complete Fourth Season opens with The Tooth Fairies TATS 2000.
Cartman gets $2 from the tooth fairy and the boys come up with a scheme to get
the new Sega videogame system. When the plan fails, they decide to steal a rich
kid's tooth fairy money but go against a mob that has the tooth trade
cornered. Season 4 also features the classic episode Fat Camp when Cartman is
sent to fat camp and "he" returns an amazing 40lbs lighter. In Cartman Joins
NAMBLA he wants to associate with more mature men, so turns to the internet
to find men who want to be his "friend" and is forced to turn to an organisation
specialising in the loving of little boys. Trey Parker wrote and directed this
hugely popular cult television show that features the voice of Isaac Hayes as
Park: The Complete Third Season features Spontaneous Combustion, where Kenny
spontaneously combusts and Randy is appointed to find the causes of the combustions.
In Chinpokomon, the boys get their parents to buy them everything Chinpokomon
including a new videogame that has begun brainwashing them into bombing
Pearl Harbour. When the government seems incapable of doing anything about it,
the parents must come up with a solution to save their children and their country.
A classic series from the early days of South Park, this is one not to be missed.
This is another brilliant DVD you will want to add to your South Park
collection. Love 'em or hate 'em you can't stop 'em!
Park: The Complete Sixth, Third and Fourth Seasons are all available to buy from 17 March 2008 from Paramount Home Entertainment.
South Park: The Complete Sixth Season
Release Date 17 March 2008 | 3-Disc Set | RRP £24.99 | Cert 15 | Running Time
377 mins | Bonus Features: Commentary by the creators of South Park,
Trey Parker and Matt Stone
South Park: The Complete Fourth Season Release Date 17 March 2008 | 3-Disc Set | RRP £24.99 | Cert 15 | Running
Time 375 mins | Bonus Features: Interactive Menus; Commentary by the creators
of South Park, Trey Parker and Matt Stone; Scene Access
South Park: The Complete Third Season Release Date 17 March 2008 | 3-Disc Set | RRP £24.99 | Cert 15 | Running
Time 375 mins | Bonus Features: Interactive Menus, Commentary by the creators
of South Park, Trey Parker and Matt Stone; Scene Access