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Discussion in 'The Edge of the Forum' started by Jax, Apr 14, 2008.
This may be the best episode ever!
Here's the episode:
A "meh" episode
The idea of people getting desperate because there's no internet is good, but badly executed.. I lol'd on the part with the "Internet porn simulator" though XD
Didn't knew they had episodes online for free, that's a great initiative of them.
Yeah, I read their interview. They just said "You guys will download the episodes anyway, so we'll save you from all the hard part."
Canada on Strike was aweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeesome
i haven't seen this new episode yet
Watched it ... was not their best effort ...
Eek-a-penis ans Tonsil Trouble are the best of the S12. Downloading now Over logging. Lol by anticipation...
I really enjoyed it, definitely not the funniest ever but pretty sharp. I could see the world falling apart if the net suddenly disappeared. There'd be loads of kiddies wandering around going "Where r teh romz?" and plenty of adults wandering around aimlessly. I know plenty of people who can't go for a few hours without using the net for some reason, even if it's just pointless browsing.
Loved the whole "We need to stop over-logging... on", and the whole Randy as the Native American in front of the American Eagle was pure class. This season is nowhere near as sharp as the last one though. I also loved how "the internet" was just a giant Linksys router, and all it needed was a quick reboot.
After 12 years, it's gonna get stagnant ... look at what the Simpsons has become after going on for too long ...
Where is the innernet ?
I watched it few minutes ago, there was lot of boring parts but few epic ones too like when kyles dad broke into internet trailer or when kyle pulled the internet plug out.
Can somebody tell me from what season and what episode is that "nemesis" ?
It's from an episode called "Trapper Keeper" on season 4
I like how they parodied 'The Grapes of Wrath' (people suffering from an inability to grow crows in the middle states like Oklahoma, so they moved to silicon valley to try to see if there were jobs to be had with little success)