As a devoted fan of South Park since the airing of the very first episode, I can tell you that Season 14 deserves more than 5 stars. I have never before laughed so much through so many episodes of a whole season of South Park. Particular favourites include 'Sexual Healing' (seeing a chimp tested for the symptoms of sex addiction was brilliant), 'The Tale of Scrotie McBoogerballs' (Butters actually outsmarted the boys for once), 'Medicinal Fried Chicken' (Randy Marsh is just the best), 'You Have 0 Friends' (anybody who has found Facebook taking over their life can relate to this), the 'Coon 2' trilogy (Kenny's finest hour), and 'Creme Fraiche' (again, Randy Marsh is the best).
However, the real highlight has to be episodes '200' and '201'. I absolutely loved this two-part episode, drawing on all the greatest moments from previous South Park storylines. It's like a test for the real fans of South Park to spot all the references.
Unfortunately, due to Comedy Central and Paramount Home Entertainment giving in to the threats and demands of Tom Cruise (who obviously can't take a joke) and a few Muslims (who voice death threats over a cartoon?!?), episodes '200' and '201' are not only censored beyond belief, but have been removed completely.
For this reason, regardles of how good the rest of the season is, I will not be purchasing this DVD, and wouldn't recommend it to anyone.
In fact I'm even tempted to sell off (or give to charity) my entire South Park DVD collection. Why pay money for a collection of South Park on DVD if I cannot complete the collection?
Unless the complete fourteenth season is released, or the '200' and '201' episodes are at least released separately as some kind of Special Collector's Edition within the next year, I will not be buying this season (or any others) on DVD, and my review will remain 1 star.