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South Park Season 13 [DVD]

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Product details

  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Dutch, German
  • Dubbed: German
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Paramount Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 27 Sep 2010
  • Run Time: 312 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003NSBLF4
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 15,801 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)


Product Description

What began as a construction-paper film short evolved into a veritable pop-culture phenomenon for Trey Parker and Matt Stone's outrageous animated comedy series, South Park. Centred on the hilarious misadventures of four potty-mouthed grade-schoolers in the perpetually wintry environs of South Park, Colorado, the show skewers the vagaries of the modern American cultural landscape with politically incorrect humour and satirical plotlines ranging from homophobia and terrorism to boy bands and talking poo. This collection presents every episode from the long-running show's 13th series.

Episode 1 - The Ring:
The boys discover that the Jonas Brothers' purity ring campaign is just part of Disney's plot to get away with marketing sex to pre-teen girls.

Episode 2 - The Coon:
Cartman tries to become a superhero, only to have another fourth grader steal his thunder by becoming one too and becoming more popular.

Episode 3 - Margaritaville:
n a parody of the final weeks of Christ's life, South Park goes into hysterics over the failing economy, but Kyle begins preaching that there is no reason for fear. Meanwhile, Stan unsuccessfully tries to return his dad's margarita machine.

Episode 4 - Eat, Pray, Queef:
The fart-loving males of South Park try to ban vaginal flatulence in Colorado after "Terrance & Phillip" is replaced by "The Queef Sisters".

Episode 5 - Fishsticks:
Jimmy comes up with the perfect joke, but Cartman wants to take half the credit for it. However, Kanye West doesn't get the joke, and vows revenge on the person who came up with it.

Episode 6 - Pinewood Derby:
Randy and Stan accidentally reach warp speed when Randy illegally soups up Stan's Pinewood Derby racer, which prompts a visit by an alien gangster and the space police trying to track him down.

Episode 7 - Fatbeard:
Cartman leads a group of schoolmates to Somalia to become pirates.

Episode 8 - Dead Celebrities:
Kyle begins to see the ghosts of celebrities who died during the summer of 2009 and later becomes possessed by the ghost of Michael Jackson.

Episode 9 - Butters' Bottom Bitch:
Butters starts his own pimping business, while a local police officer takes his undercover prostitution sting a little too far.

Episode 10 - W.T.F:
The boys form their own wrestling federation, but seem to be more concerned with theatrics and storylines than the actual sport.

Episode 11 - Whale Whores:
Stan is upset about the Japanese killing whales and dolphins, so he takes command of the Sea Shepherd on the "Whale Wars" reality show and does something about it.

Episode 12 - The F Word:
The boys try to get the meaning of the word "fag" changed from homosexual to motorcycle riders.

Episode 13 - Dances with Smurfs:
Cartman takes over the morning school announcements and turns it into a personal soapbox against school president Wendy Testaburger.

Episode 14 - Pee:
When the pee levels reach a critical stage at a local water park, chaos and disaster ensue. However, after the disaster, Cartman remains obsessed with the number of minorities who are "taking over" the park.

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26 of 29 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The best so far 5 April 2010
I've been a fan of the show for a long time and it's weird to watch the boys have only grown one grade while I'm now four years out of high school. Season 13 of is able to continue the series longer than most animated shows still without compromising what the show is meant to be.

The Ring - The Jonas brothers make Kenny's new girlfriend hot he starts wearing a promise ring like them only to become boring and a shell of his former self. Is a very good take on Disney and middle class children .

The Coon - In the midst of the depression "The Coon" rises up from the gutter to defend the city. Cartmen is the city's sole savior until Mysterion arrives on the scene and he must team with Professor Chaos to unmask the new hero. [This was an entertaining stab at more recent super hero movies Dark Knight and Watchmen.I'm also surprised how few people were upset by the subtle allusion to Obama in this episode and it's controversial title]

Margaritaville - While the town fights over who to blame for the poor economy, Randy steps forward with a plan to live without an economy at all. Soon the town returns to biblical times and only a Jew willing to pay for our sins can save us. Meanwhile in trying to return his father's unneeded margarita maker, Stan symbolically explores the actual problem with the economy.

Eat, Pray, Queef - An April Fool's Day joke gone wrong finds America's women and two Canadian women much like Terrence and Phillip standing up for their right to 'fart' like men do, despite how truly disgusting the men find it. Definitely not one of the best episodes

Fishsticks - When Jimmy comes up with a great new joke about fishsticks Cartmen tries to take credit and then so does comedian Carlos Mencia.
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5.0 out of 5 stars funny, funny, funny 27 April 2012
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As a 40 yr old, struggling to find comedy of real merit on TV, I find South Park's no-holds-barred approach to satire utterly refreshing (still). This series has many hilarious episodes. It simply delivers lots of laughs through all three disks.
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5.0 out of 5 stars DVD 6 Feb 2014
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Ordered this for my son he was very pleased so I have ordered another one for him both came quickly and well wrapped will order again
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5.0 out of 5 stars Laughing so loud tbh 18 Jan 2014
By Sharon
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Gay Fish is the reason I purchased this DVD. Hilarious! I love the way the portray Kanye! South Park will forever be great in my book
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5.0 out of 5 stars dvd 22 April 2013
By andy
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one more to my collection, great dvd and rest of seasons to be ordered soon as i have the money,
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3.0 out of 5 stars hehe 23 Mar 2013
By meh
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More of the same, you know what to expect. As like anyone who has bought all the series, you know youre gonna buy it.
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5.0 out of 5 stars South Park gets pure 17 Jun 2011
A dvd box set containing all fourteen episodes of cult tv animation South Park. Spread over three discs.

Each episode runs for twenty two minutes.

Languages and subtitles are as follows:

Languages: English, German.

Subtitles: English, Dutch, German.

There are short commentaries on each episode from the two creators of the show. These never run for more than five minutes. And can, like the episodes, feature uncensored strong language. But the commentaries are funny, interesting, and great to listen to.

Episodes are as follows:

'The Ring.' Kenny gets a girlfriend. Who loves the Jonas Brothers and follows their preachings about purity. And the Jonas Brothers themselves fall foul of the head of a certain corporation. A great season opener and very funny.

'The coon' parodies recent superhero movies, and sees Cartman become a costumed vigilante. But he faces competition from another hero who's more popular than him. A clever and amusing parody of such films but the final joke is very visual and as such perhaps doesn't quite sink as well as it could at first.

'Margarataville' sees the credit crunch hit South Park, and Kyle and Randy deal with it in different ways. Whilst Stan discovers a few hidden truths about the economy. Clever satire that makes some good points as well.

'Eat, Pray, Queef' is one of those episodes with a central joke you will either love or hate. It sees two ladies come to rival Terrance and Phillip, with an act that those who like the latter find offensive. If you get the joke of this one, you'll love it.

'Fishticks' sees Jimmy come up with a great joke and Cartman try to take the credit.
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4.0 out of 5 stars still fresh and funny after all these years 25 May 2011
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The South Park production team never runs out of lifestyle groups to lampoon - in this series they hammer Harley bikers, Japanese whalers, and Purity Ring devotees. The scripts are always witty and full of movement, and characters become more and more polarised as time goes by. Some may view the simplistic animation style with doubt, but this often allows us to see deeper without distractions, and over the years it has improved noticeably. Deffinitely still holding its own again more recent pretenders like Family Guy and American Dad, whose comic values are a lot less subtle.
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