By: 03.12.09

I have solemnly sworn to not write recaps of shows, but I’d be remiss if I didn’t point out that last night’s “South Park” was outstanding.  It really did everything I want a TV show to do:  tore down the Jonas Brothers, pointed out that “Grey’s Anatomy” sucks balls, and featured a foul-mouthed and ruthless Mickey Mouse.  Also, I learned that you can apparently say “f*ggot” on basic cable.  Which, you have to admit, is pretty cool.  Or not.  Cool that there’s the freedom to do it, I mean.  (Watch the entire episode here.  If you don’t have 22 free minutes, catch Mickey’s first scene from 11:30 to 13:00, and then the AWESOME final three minutes.)

Anyway, there was a time when I was down on “South Park” for lifting an entire scene from one of The Simpsons’ “Treehouse of Horror” episodes, but there’s no getting around the fact that “South Park” has some — if not most — of the sharpest satire on TV.  Well played, Mssrs. Stone and Parker.

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