Welcome back, South Park-ophiles!
Congratulations are in order, for we have reached the middle of the run. I would like to personally thank each and every member of NATO for making this possible.
But I don’t have time for that, so let’s get down to business.
I can honestly say that tomorrow’s episode is my favorite episode of this season. I would even say it’s the best South Park episode of the past three seasons. I would go further and say it’s the better than any episode in seasons 1, 5, and 7, but not quite as good as episodes from seasons 3, 9, and 10. And it’s just as good as any of the great episodes from seasons 2, 4, 6, and 8.
Let me just say this- It’s better than the first 3 seasons of Simpsons, and just as good as the 5th season of Seinfeld. It’s even better than the original Scarface and just as good as the remake with Al Pacino. It’s just as good as Alien and Aliens, and way better than Alien3 and Alien: Resurrection.
Hopefully that gives you some perspective on how great the episode will turn out. No? It didn’t? Well, let me just say that it’s just as good as The Great Gatsby and better than The Sun Also Rises.
Anyway, this week, to get into the spirit of the season the office has been decked out with a variety of spooky props. Including:
Well, gotta go. The entire staff is about to pull off an elaborate choreographed dance to Michael Jackson’s Thriller and I don’t want to miss out.