This episode of South Park may have the greatest title for a TV show, ever. I just hope it doesn’t disappoint us after such a stellar season opener. You’ll find the synopsis below.
The Tale of Scrotie McBoogerballs
After being assigned to read a book that was once banned, the boys are inspired to collaborate on one of their own.
Another classic episode if you ask me, but if only for the Sarah Jessica Parker references. I thought “The Tale of Scrotie McBoogerballs” book was a good overall storyline, but the Parker stuff had me in tears.
“And Matthew, how come a transvestite donkey witch is standing next to you, and why is it wearing a dress?”
The main plot followed the boys as they write the grossest, most ridiculous story they could possibly think of in order to prove that “Catcher in the Rye” is boring and not as vulgar as Mr. Garrison made it seem and had no reason to be banned from schools and libraries. Well they succeed in writing a book that makes everyone who reads it puke their brains out, but some how everyone also thinks that it’s the greatest thing ever. Hrmmm… touching on the Health Care Bill are we? There was a nice obvious reference to the bill when Randy is reading the newspaper with the headline “Historic Health Bill Passed”. It’s always cool to see how on top of current events Matt and Trey are, it’s also damn impressive that they can throw together an entire episode in a week.
I thought it was a great episode overall, but when they dressed Sarah Jessica Parker as a Moose and set her out in the woods during Moose Hunting Season, I lost it. Good stuff.
Oh yeah, I almost forgot, I’m also now the proud owner of www.scrotiemcboogerballs.com … another one of those random domain purchases that I’ll never use.