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  • Directors: Trey Parker, Eric Stough
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Paramount Home Entertainment (UK)
  • DVD Release Date: 17 Mar. 2008
  • Run Time: 375 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000W71VFO
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 44,158 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Includes the following episodes:

  • * Jared Has Aides
  • * Asspen
  • * Freak Strike
  • * Fun With Veal
  • * The New Terrance & Phillip Movie Trailer
  • * Professor Chaos
  • * The Simpsons Already Did It
  • * Red Hot Catholic Love
  • * Free Hat
  • * Bebe's Boobs Destroy Society
  • * Child Abduction is Not Funny
  • * A Ladder to Heaven
  • * The Return of the Fellowship of the Ring to the Two Towers
  • * The Death Camp of Tolerance
  • * The Biggest Douche in the Universe
  • * My Future Self 'n' Me
  • * Red Sleigh Down

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    The quiet little mountain town of South Park, Colorado enters its sixth season as America’s weirdest and most dysfunctional town, and if you thought that title was already claimed by Springfield, I have one word for you: Lemmiwinks. If you thought it couldn’t get any weirder, this season will prove you wrong. But the good news is that South Park has always been able to maintain a mathematical-like balance of proportionality so impressive it could be charted on a graph: as South Park gets weirder, so it gets funnier (usually). Which makes sense because one of South Park’s greatest strengths has always been to reflect the strangest elements of society, which, let’s face it, are pretty strange. Targets this season include exploitive daytime TV shows ("Freak Strike"), celebrities gone wild (Russell Crowe fightin’ round the world), the Catholic priest sexual-abuse scandals ("Red Hot Catholic Love"), and the meat industry ("Fun With Veal"). Creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker even parody the reality of competing with The Simpsons’s longevity in "The Simpsons Already Did It," where Butters, gone out of his mind and in his Professor Chaos persona, can’t even come up with an original evil scheme to unleash on the citizens of South Park. Fortunately for fans, the quality of the writing is as strong this season as it has been at any point in the show’s run and it’s not like the show’s going to back off from its trademark gross-out factor at this point. Proof of that can be found in "The Death Camp of Tolerance." In an extreme satire of sex education class, Mr. Slave and Lemmiwinks, the heroic and intensely unfortunate gerbil, make their, umm, debuts. In South Park, this is what qualifies as a normal school day. Taken as a whole, Season Six is one of the show's strongest punches yet to the face of a society that had it coming. --Daniel Vancini

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    10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A. Jackson on 19 Mar. 2008
    Format: DVD
    I have seen them all, and they all contain moments of genuine comedy and intelligent meaning, but series 6 shines out for me by being bolder with it's characters and more interweaving with it's storylines. Butters centre stage has never been bettered, and his continuation on the show clearly displays his continued genius. No kenny deaths seems to have liberated Trey and Matt somehow and this season marked a peek for me.

    Now kiss my ass!
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    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By dosn't matter who I am on 27 April 2008
    Format: DVD
    This is one of South Park's greatest seasons. It had me laughing out loud on some episodes. This season's best episodes include: Freak Strike, The Return Of The Fellowship Of The Ring To The Two Towers, and Red Sleigh Down. Ofcourse that dosen't mean that the others are rubbish. Buy this, you won't be disappointed!

    P.S: My favourite two moments are: Butters and Cartman's appearance on Mauray Povvich, and "Extremely obsese black man"s correction. Both included in episode 3, "Freak Strike".
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mrs. Rachel Brown on 20 Mar. 2009
    Format: DVD Verified Purchase
    Season 6 of South park is, for me, when the shows steps it up a notch. From this season onwards the show is of a very different style, without any mager changes again untill season 11. Kenny may not be here, but Butters is a much funnier character, and Tweek has his good moments too. Almost every one of these episodes is a classic. Fun with Veal is probably my faveourite SP episode, as there are just so many funny moments in it. The Biggest Douche in the Universe and The New Terrance and Phillip Movie trailer are both some of the funniest celebrity parodies the show has ever done, and Asspen and The Return of the Fellowship of the Ring to the Two Towers are both great film parodies. This season also has some of South Park's funniest Cartman-centric episodes with Freak Strike, The Simpsons Already Did it and Red Hot Catholic Love. This season introduces alter ego Professor Chaos aswell. There's loads of episodes that contain a fair bit of social commentary on things like drugs, puberty, 9/11 aftermath, child abduction (which is not funny) and homosexuality (Future self and me, Bebe's Boobs destroy society, A Ladder to Heaven, Child Abductin is Not Funny and The Death Camp of Tolerance) while still managing to have some really memorably funny bits too (Lemmiwinks!). Free Hat and Red Sleigh Down are not quite as funny as the other episodes, but thats just because this season is of such a high standard and both of them have their moments.
    As far as special features go there are imformative and amusing mini-commentarys on each episode by the show's creators, but thats about it. Still, the special features aren't that important, and if you are a fan or you just want a good laugh with plenty of intelligent and crude humour then this box set is essential.
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    By Paul Tapner TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 24 Feb. 2012
    Format: DVD
    A new dvd edition of season six of the cult tv cartoon South Park. This is just the same as the previous version, just in slightly slimmer packaging with a different box cover.

    All seventeen episodes of the season are here, spread over three discs.

    Languages and subtitles are as follows:

    Languages: English, German, Spanish.

    Subtitles: English, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, German, Norwegian, Spanish, Swedish.

    The only extras are a commentary on each episode from the two creators of the show. These can contain uncensored strong language but they're short - never more than five minutes in length - interesting, and often very funny, so they're well worth a listen.

    This season takes place after the death of Kenny in season five, and sees Butters take over as the fourth member of the group. A the start of the run, at any rate...

    Episodes are as follows:

    'Jared has Aides' has a man who's lost a lot of weight visit town to spread the message of his slimming programme. The boys see an opportunity. And a misunderstanding has consequences. A great season opener with inspired comedy of misunderstanding and some pointed satire about people's attitudes to tragedies.

    'Asspen' is a parody of certain 80's romantic comedies, and sees Stan unwillingly caught up in the middle of a situation that could have come from one of those films when on a skiing holiday. Whilst the grown ups struggle not to buy time shares. Full of clever movie references that should make you smile.

    'Freak Strike' has the boys try to get Butters onto a talk show, in a funny look at that kind of programme.

    'Fun with veal' has Stan not reacting too well to finding out how cows are treated.
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    3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Paul Mattis on 7 Jan. 2009
    Format: DVD
    For the uninitiated, South Park is an satirical adult comedy cartoon show, so if you're here for kid's cartoons or something inoffensive, turn back now, this show isn't for you.

    South Park reached a real peak around this time: it is difficult to say whether this or the previous season scored more winners, but it is certainly amongst the best material. This season saw the temporary demise of staple character Kenny, although the character is still a major plot device and regular via some imaginitive routines. In his place is Butters, and what a substitution.

    The opening episodes, wherein the other three protagonists - open-minded Stan and Kyle, and shameless bigot Cartman - try and replace Kenny with Butters are fine moments, with 'Jared has Aides' and 'Freak Strike' leading the charge.

    Once the group tire of Butters and replace him with Tweek, Butters attempts to take on a darker persona, leading to the creation of 'Professor Chaos'; unfortunately, Butters just can't do bad, although the following episode where he tries to get started - 'The Simpsons Already Did It', is possibly one of the best SP episodes, with two great parallel stories that actually tie in with each other and the point of the show... that nothing is new, it's all been done, and that everyone should get a go, which was no doubt reaction to accusations that anyone with the audacity to make a cartoon with families in that do stuff was plagiarising the Simpsons, which was prevalent thinking at the time... heh, now we have Family Guy and American Dad, so the episode has a strange irony now as well.
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