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Old 09-15-2011, 02:18 PM
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Nate has reviewed 'South Park: The Complete Fourteenth Season.' He says this season has its ups and downs, but it's a pretty good set of episodes. This Blu-ray features very good video and audio, along with some interesting extras. Recommended.

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I really don't see how people follow these shows for this long.. there is no substance here and comedy alone can only stretch so far; maybe it's just me.

Sorry, hate to come off as a hater, just a very curious spectator passing through....
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Correction: it's Captain Hindsight.
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South Park has TONS of substance. It's a very smart show. It hides its brains well and certainly delivers entertainment.

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What was the censored episode? If I caught the original broadcast version did I see it uncensored..?
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What was the censored episode? If I caught the original broadcast version did I see it uncensored..?
no. it NEVER aired uncensored. 200 and 201. 201 especially got hit. the entire closing message from kyle was bleeped on top of more than a few other bleeps.
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I completely disagree with the reviewer on "You Have 0 Friends" and "Insheeption". Both are great episodes.
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Ah, I remember 201 now. Yeh, forgot about that, here is what wiki has on it - a shame it's still beeped on BD.

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The fourteenth season of South Park was released April 26, 2011 to DVD and Blu-Ray, including the episode "201." When playing the episode, prior to the theme playing, a text card appears saying: "The following episode appears as it originally aired on April 21, 2010. After it aired Matt Stone and Trey Parker released the following statement" and then shows the original message that was released after the episode aired. Consequently, Muhammad, his name, and the speeches made by Kyle, Jesus, and Santa are still censored as in the broadcast version. Although the end speeches are still censored, the bleeps are accompanied with music on DVD, unlike the April 21, 2010 airing, which featured a raw audio bleep.

In the episode's audio commentary, Parker only comments on the opening scene, noting they did the episode as intended and sent it in. He and Stone comment they are not supposed to talk about it. For the next several moments, a large audio beep obscures the commentary before Stone says "Yeah, that's pretty much it."[49] Despite the package claiming otherwise, both "200" and "201" were omitted from the Region 4 release.
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