#201 Posted by sculsoldi3r (1355 posts) -
Virago said:
"sculsoldi3r said:
"Virago said:
"Timothy said:
"South Park definitely.
Every Family Guy episode goes like this:
"Hey remember when this crazy thing happened"
(stupid flashback)
"Yeah, what about this other time"
(another flashback with 80s pop culture reference)
Over and over and over again. The first 100 times they did this it was funny, but I just can't stand it anymore.

SOOOOOO true."
I enjoyed seasons three and four. The rest..... meh. I just wait for stweie to try and kill lois."
I dont even bother to remeber the season I just watch repeats cause usually from first few seasons
#202 Edited by Evilross (234 posts) -

South Park is intellegent, funny, and makes light of alot of relevent social and political topics in the world today. The show is funny as hell, and thought provoking at the same time.

Family Guy is a montage of lame pop culture referances slung together in a half hour without much of a plot thread to give any signifigance to any single episode. Family Guy is the kind of comedy aimed at entertaining the masses, and built from the ground up to appeal to the lowest common denomiator of televison viewers.

#203 Posted by marbig (97 posts) -

South Park. Family Guy is good to watch once, maybe twice (per episode) but South Park doesn't get old as easily.

#204 Posted by Batman (1018 posts) -

I don't really watch South Park that much, but Family Guy is usually on when I turn Adult Swim on and its pretty funny.

#205 Posted by EndlessMike (538 posts) -

South Park 5 years ago. If your talking about South Park now then they're both useless.

#206 Posted by hermes (1742 posts) -

Family Guy

#207 Posted by MikPick (361 posts) -

I prefer Family Guy.

#208 Posted by Jordan23 (1097 posts) -

I'll like to see an season in which the South Park kids are teenagers.

PS... That reminds me of Maggie (The Simpsons). Is Maggie "ever" going to grow up, she's has been a one year old for the past 20 years.

#209 Posted by Jolly_Lolly (3593 posts) -
ExoM7 said:
"Is 'neither' an option?
It should be.
#210 Posted by Cleric (290 posts) -

South Park (the earlier episodes). I can't stand Family Guy's gag formula "You think that's bad? Remember when [insert random situation]".

#211 Posted by kajankua (306 posts) -

i love 'em both
but south park is more.. i dunno it just appeals to me more
but family guy is written better