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South Park: The Complete Fourth Season

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  • Actors: Trey Parker, Matt Stone, Isaac Hayes, Mona Marshall, April Stewart
  • Directors: Trey Parker, Adrien Beard, Eric Stough
  • Writers: Matt Stone, Kyle McCulloch, Brian Graden, Charles Dickens, David R. Goodman
  • Format: Animated, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, DVD-Video, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: None
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • MPAA Rating: R
  • Studio: Comedy Central
  • Release Date: June 29 2004
  • Run Time: 380 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars 27 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B0001ZWLVU
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #4,727 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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South Park ~ Season 4

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I have never been a big fan of South Park, but really got into it when the season sets were released. I have seen the first three seasons, and while they are great, it only gets better in this season. The raunch and vulgarity you would expect from the show is even sharper in season 4, and you will find even more satire within the episodes. Ranging from issues such as race, government and boy bands, the creators of South Park spare no one. Many of my favorite episodes are contained in this set, a few being Cartman's Silly Hate Crime, Fat Camp, and Trapper Keeper. In Hate Crime, Cartman goes to prison for committing a crime against another race. Clearly pokes fun at the hate crime laws in this country with the message that crime is crime and should be punished accordingly. Many of the episode contain this kind of criticism and that is what makes the show much more than vulgar trash like some people think. Those are only 3 of my favorites though, and there are other classic episodes, NAMBLA definately being one. The only episode I don't care too much for is Pip, as it contains none of the South Park regulars. It isn't a horrible episode though. But as you can tell, the best episodes in my opinion are the Cartman-centric ones, as another reviewer put it.
The DVD package we get is okay, but I know there are many more extras we could have and should have gotten. Essentially there are only the mini-commentaries on some episodes, but other than 17 great episodes there is nothing else really exciting in this whole set. This may disappoint some fans of the show, but I am just happy to own the complete season 4 that I can watch whenever I feel like doing so. I think if these sets were $10-$15 cheaper it would be a fair price, but I do feel like the $49.99 SRP is too high.
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This is a great season of South Park, you will now get to meet TIMMY which is awesome and see how Cartman does in NAMBLA which is a hilarious episode plus many other suprises that showed up on episodes on the 4th season.
Below is a list of the episodes in Season 4 and when they aired.
5-Apr-00 The Tooth Fairy's TATS 2000
12-Apr-00 Cartman's Silly Hate Crime 2000
19-Apr-00 Timmy! 2000
26-Apr-00 Quintuplets 2000
21-Jun-00 Cartman Joins NAMBLA
28-Jun-00 Cherokee Hair Tampons
5-Jul-00 Chef Goes Nanners
12-Jul-00 Something You Can Do With Your Finger (a.k.a. Fingerbang)
19-Jul-00 Do the Handicapped Go to Hell? (1)
26-Jul-00 Probably (2)
8-Nov-00 4th Grade
15-Nov-00 Trapper Keeper
22-Nov-00 Helen Keller! The Musical
29-Nov-00 Great Expectations
6-Dec-00 Fat Camp
13-Dec-00 The Wacky Molestation Adventure
20-Dec-00 A Very Crappy Christmas
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As much as I love South Park, I must admit that, as a series, it lacks the kind of consistantly funny episodes that other similar series like 'Family Guy' boast. This is especially evident in season 5, which sports some of the series' all time highs and lows.
Fortunately, the fourth season doesn't suffer from this problem. In my opinion, there are only two episodes that are even debatably great. "Pip", which really didn't have anything to do with anything,(It takes the South Park character, Pip, and places him in Dicken's "Great Expectations".) and "Helen Keller! The musical" which just plain wasn't a very funny episode.
These two are merely exceptions, however, as the remaining 15 episodes of the season are all really funny.
Moving in to the fourth season, the animation program used to create the show was changed, and so you'll notice that these episodes look more like a real animated cartoon than any of the previous seasons. For example, the "green rectangle" money is replaced scans of actual bills, and in general the show just plain looks better.
Again, Trey Parker and Matt Stone are throwing in their "Commentary-Minis". Fans hoping that they'll switch over to full length commentary are gonna be waiting for a while, as both Trey and Matt are opposed to the idea of listening to someone egotistically ramble about their own show for half an hour. I guess they don't realize that that's what some fans want. Oh well, at least its better than season one and two. (Season one came with CDs [available on comedycentral.com...for free, I think...] that you had to rig up to play at the same time as the episodes on your DVD player for the commentary...And there was a LOT of awkward silence. And season two didn't come with any commentary at all.
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When it comes to animated sitcoms, South Park is number one. Trey Parker and Matt Stone succeeded in creating what just might be the funniest show out there. Ever since its debut in 1997, this series has never failed to impress. And at long last, season box sets are being released. Read on for my review of Season Four.
Season Four is composed of the following episodes.
-The Tooth Fairy's TATS - The boys start a "tooth fairy" scam to make some quick cash. First appearance of Timmy.
-Cartman's Silly Hate Crime - Cartman throws a rock at Token, and gets sent to juvenile hall for it.
-Timmy! - Timmy enters the same class as our heroes.
-Quintuplets - The boys meet a group of quintuplets.
-Cartman Joins NAMBLA - Cartman becomes friends with adults, not knowing that they are child molesters.
-Cherokee Hair Tampons - Kyle becomes deeply ill, and Cartman may be the only one that can save him.
-Chef Goes Nanners - Feeling that the town flag promotes racism, Chef attempts to get it changed.
-Something You Can Do With Your Finger (a.k.a. Fingerbang) - The boys start a boy band in an attempt to make money.
-Do the Handicapped Go to Hell? - A downright mean pastor tries to scare the boys into thinking they'll go to hell if they don't behave properly.
-Probably - Cartman begins preaching to people on how they can behave to not end up in hell.
-4th Grade - The boys start fourth grade, and immediately begin to dislike their new teacher.
-Trapper Keeper - Cartman gets a new trapper keeper, not knowing that it hides a bizzare secret.
-Helen Keller! The Musical - For thanksgiving, the boys perform a play.
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