South Park - The Complete Sixth Season

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Barnes & Noble - Bill Pearis
One thing you could always count on during Comedy Central's frequently brilliant, always outrageous weekly South Park installment was that Kenny would die. Until the end of Season 5, that is, when creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone killed Kenny and he stayed dead. So for Season 6 which aired in 2002, Kenny's absence meant more time for side characters like sweet, innocent Butters, handicapped amateur comedian Jimmy, and the ...
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Commentary by the creators of South Park, Trey Parker and Matt Stone
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Bill Pearis
One thing you could always count on during Comedy Central's frequently brilliant, always outrageous weekly South Park installment was that Kenny would die. Until the end of Season 5, that is, when creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone killed Kenny and he stayed dead. So for Season 6 which aired in 2002, Kenny's absence meant more time for side characters like sweet, innocent Butters, handicapped amateur comedian Jimmy, and the over-caffeinated Tweek. Otherwise it was business-as-usual in South Park, with episodes tackling new taboos and sensitive subjects no one else would dare touch. In "Red Hot Catholic Love," Cartman wonders if the human digestive system works both ways; plotlines run thin on "The Simpsons Already Did It"; the boys try and stop Steven Spielberg from "improving" Raiders of the Lost Ark; Cartman tries to bring the Christmas spirit to the children of Iraq in "Red Sleigh Down"; and the adults get taken by a time-share scheme in "Asspen," which also features the song "Montage," which Parker and Stone would later appropriate for their puppet movie Team America - World Police. Kenny returns in one of Season 6's best episodes, "Ladder to Heaven," in which his spirit becomes trapped in Cartman's body after Cartman mistakes his ashes for chocolate milk powder. And no review of Season 6 would be complete without the year's most controversial episode, "The Death Camp of Tolerance," in which the kids' teacher, Mr. Garrison, wants to be fired for being gay so he can sue the school. The plan involves his flamboyant new teaching assistant, Mr. Slave, and the class's pet gerbil, Lemmywinks, who must go on "a great adventure." Like much of South Park, it's so wrong, yet so funny.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/11/2005
  • UPC: 097368810440
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  • Source: Comedy Central
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Digi-Pak / Pan & Scan
  • Time: 6:14:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 24,805

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Matt Stone Voice Only
Trey Parker Voice Only
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Menu

Disc #1 -- South Park: The Complete Sixth Season
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   Episode Selection
      Jared has Aides
      Asspen
      Freak Strike
      Fun With Veal
      The New Terrance & Phillip Movie Trailer
      Professor Chaos
   Commentaries
      Commentary With Trey and Matt: On/Off
   Comedy Central Quickies
      Reno 911: Role Playing
      Drawn Together: Food Challenge
      Patton Oswalt: I Want a Famous Face
   DVD Previews
Disc #2 -- South Park: The Complete Sixth Season
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   Episode Selection
      Simpsons Already Did It
      Red Hot Catholic Love
      Free Hat
      Bebe's Boobs Destroy Society
      Child Abduction is Not Funny
   Commentaries
      Commentary With Trey and Matt: On/Off
Disc #3 -- South Park: The Complete Sixth Season
   Play All
   Episode Selection
      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 Univerese
      My Future Self N' Me
      Red Sleigh Down
   Commentaries
      Commentary With Trey and Matt: On/Off
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