I fully agree with this. Season 3 ruined the show for me. It's the longest season by far and most of it is them telling you his wife is a bitch which was already fully established beforehand with not much else happening.
You'll love to know the actress who played Skylar thinks everyone hates her character because of musoggyknees. In other words she sounds like she's just as much of a bitch in real life.
God, I would've loved to see Skylar die a slow and painful death. Not once she was supportive or understanding of Walter White. After Season 1 they should've given the main protagonist role to Jesse Pinkman; if nothing else he had far more potential for worthwhile character development (Fuck what they did to his character, by the way) than White, who was always established as a bitter idiot retard bitch since the very first episode.
Trey and Matt seem to have genuine contempt or apathy for the show, their audience, or both. If they hate doing it or just can’t be bothered anymore, then they need to end it because it’s getting painful.
They've openly stated some episodes they don't at all work on. They make entire episodes in a few days and often leave it to the last minute. It's clear they stopped caring a long time ago and that apathy is gradually grown.
It's not really surprising that South Park declined so hard over the years, considering that Matt and Trey are about as limousine lolbertarians as anyone can get and they never came off to me as particularly bright or having a decent work ethic. I can't give much in the way of actual criticism since it's been such a long time I watched SP, bu IMO the show only really worked during the VHS and early DVD era; the artstyle just doesn't flow well at all under high-definition, and as pointed out it fell to the same trap of cluttering their episodes with "special guests" like other animated sitcoms.
It's a pretty sad day when fucking Family Guy is funnier than South Park. I want to drive a knife into my hand for even thinking that, but it's true.
I have absolutely no investment or attachment to (modern) South Park, but if anyone ever wanted an easy way to turn anything unfunny, Family Guy and it's spin-offs are 100% guarantee anti-humor spray. Also Seth McFarlane is an animal rapist.
They explain a lot of the problems from the season. Some of which are obvious, like they expected Hillary to win.
What I found interesting was that the issues preceded that. Specifically, they started up the whole "Mr. Garrison (in the style of Trump) runs for office" in the preceding season figuring that Trump's campaign would run out of steam and they could just have Mr. Garrison return to the show as normal, but then in the meantime Trump managed to get the Republican nomination, forcing them to continue with a story past the point they thought it would work. So that incorrect prediction caused the season to already be on a rocky start with a plot they weren't confident in, and then the election result forced them to keep it going further. So their miscalculation really goes back to season 19 in setting up the plot to begin with.
There's no excuse or explanation for an entire fucking season that's essentially one giant episode. No excuse for that. Anyone could have seen what a shitty idea that was. I remember being 3 episodes in and thinking "damn, I sure hope they wrap this retarded sperge shit up soon."
Talk about ruined shows, even with Jon Steward the Daily Show was used as an obvious political tool but at least it was funny. That Trevor Noah Blaggot is such an dumbfaced idiot with 0 comedic timing that the show just has become more cringeworthy of a tool of political propaganda than FOX news ffs.
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Affirmative action in inaction. Trevor Noah is a worthless slimeball that only got his job because of the color of his skin and possibly his accent,
I'm fucking tired of foreign fuckers like him and John Oliver telling us how to live our lives.
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