South Park: The F Word
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  • As with many episodes of South Park, this episode tackles the social issue of the use of slang words outside of their original context
  • While I don't often agree with how South Park seems to be a soap box for its writers, this episode did do a decent job of calling out our social hypocrisies
  • Overall, an interesting episode that deals with something relatively substantial

    • by RedEyedFacade
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      As with many episodes of South Park, this episode tackles the social issue of the use of slang words outside of their original context. With the invasion of loud obnoxious bikers, the kids of South Park start calling them by a certain “f” word most known as a derogatory term for homosexuals. While I don’t often agree with how South Park seems to be a soap box for its writers, this

      episode did do a decent job of calling out our social hypocrisies.

      I agree with the fact that calling people names is wrong, but I also believe that words seem to change definitions with the winds, and it can be hard to keep up with the stigma behind words that seem to mean different things to different people. This episode calls this out quite well, showing that just because a word is ...


      • used as a derogatory term to some, to others it is a harmless catch phrase with little root in actual meaning. Wanting to outlaw a word because some use it to demean some is wrong for the simple reason that that word is only a tool of the person saying it.

        While the residents of the town seem outraged by the kids’ use of this word, they only do so because

        they dont understand that these kids really don’t know the meaning of the word they’re using, and don’t mean to demean gay people. In the end, everyone finds out that none of them know what the true original meaning for the word is, and they learn their lesson.

        Overall, an interesting episode that deals with something relatively substantial. Funny moments populate the points in between the serious parts, and makes it a good watch.




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