Trey Parker

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  • Raising The Bar By Trey Parker And Matt Stone

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    percent of the United States population is considered to be obese. With such a large number like this its no wonder that South Park has made at least one episode shining their satirical light on this issue. The episode Raising the Bar, created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone, does exactly that. Like that South Park episode Radley Balko focuses on the issue of obesity in the article What You Eat Is Your Business, where he takes a point opposite of his title. South Park supports and proves Balko argument

  • The Television Show South Park

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    The difference between the intended meaning of media texts and what the audience actually perceives can be shockingly different. Producers of media can do everything possible to force audiences to experience their work in the way they want them to, but in the end they still take away many different meanings even within the same audience. Stuart Hall outlines this in his encoding and decoding model. One of the most apparent examples of this is the television show South Park. The television show South

  • The Redeeming Qualities of South Park Essay

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    business that they boys shop at is closed because of the loss of business that occurs when Wal-Mart comes to their town. After reflecting on their friend’s plight Stan says “See, that sucks dude” and Cartman replies “What, that’s called progress Kyle” (Parker and Stone, 2004). This is just one example where Cartman shows his selfish nature. All he cares about is the fact that a huge new store is open and he can get his mother to buy him all the best new toys, while Stan and

  • Essay on Controversy Behind South Park's Ethics

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    Controversy Behind South Park's Ethics South Park, the animated TV series aired on Comedy Central was created by Matt Stone and Trey Parker and is one of the many new shows that involve animation with high-level adult comedy that parodies current events going on across the United States and throughout the world. South Park is just one of many new shows that involve this sort of high end entertainment and they are taking the television ratings by storm. This show, along with others of its nature

  • Sexism, Racism and Stereotypes in South Park

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    PARK Racial Stereotyping, racism, gender stereotyping and sexism are some of the strengths of South Park. This TV show was created with a purpose to make racism and sexism funny and acceptable. South Park is a television show that was created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone. It circumvents the lives of 4 boys namely Eric Cartmen, Kenny McCormick, Stan Marsh and Kyle Broflovski around the town of Colorado. This show mainly aims at picking up various stereotypes in different societies and making fun of

  • Television and Crude Language

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    left, while the only people that stayed through the whole film were Stan, Kyle, Cartman, and Kenny. After the movie, the boys were using all the crude language that they had learned from the movie Terrance and Phillip. The creators of South Park, Trey Parker and Matt Stone, use crude language throughout their episodes to represent the social issues in America. The creators use the crude language to cause attention, to practice their freedom of speech in America, and to rebel against censorship in television

  • Is The Best Trailers From Sdcc 2016? Essay

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    Everything you need to know about in this weekly: All the best trailers that came out of SDCC 2016, watch the first South Park game like a movie, a mysterious purple orb is found underwater off the California coast, and No Man 's Sky shows gamers how to survive in one of the biggest games ever released. At Social Underground we go beyond the mainstream stuff and see what’s underneath the surface. What should we get into, listen to, read, eat or watch? If there is something in our culture that needs

  • In this book, the author Brian Cogan discusses the most controversial television shows in history,

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    Brian Cogan discusses the most controversial television shows in history, South Park. He discusses how South Park even though seems simple it is a very thoughtful program on television that discusses many social issues. The creators of South Park, Trey Parker and Matt Stone created a social and political commentary that has been the most successful in television history. Cogan discusses how South Park is a commentary on American culture that is focused around controversial issues. The sitcom allows for

  • Stereotypes In South Park

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    Many religions are mocked and torn apart by the show’s creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker. They mock Christianity, Islam, Judaism and Scientology. One example of South Park mocking the Jewish faith is the names of the two boys who are brothers and belong to the Jewish faith. Their names, Kyle and Ike, when put together, form the word

  • Censoring South Park

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    Dick Cavett, a famous American talk show host, once said, “Censorship feeds the dirty mind more than the four-letter word itself.” Censorship limits free speech, and it is used constantly today. In South Park’s situation, the writers use logic and evidence to express their opinions on controversial issues, and people think that it should be censored. Just because the show uses morally questionable techniques, does not mean that it is useless. In fact, South Park has taught people a lot; it changes