technology and zen of life

“A heisenbug (named after the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle) is a computer bug that disappears or alters its characteristics when an attempt is made to study it.”

Southpark – 1106

My Rating 1.5/5

Aired on Wednesday 11 April 2007

What you think of a comedy episode of southpark with jokes on Mexican people, movie 300 which also includes persians and slow motion effects like Matrix? Yeah this episode totally sucked and you can happily skip it if you have something else to do. This episode shows Mr/Miss Garrison (Or Mrs :S, a lil confused) coming in contact with a lesbian character and ending up in a bar named ‘Les Bos’. One fine day they come to know that a Persian company has bought the bar and is changing it into a normal bar, so the protest of Miss Garrison starts, showing all the events in style of movie 300. And yeah, Xerxes here is a female sex-changed-into male, so finally he is also invited in Les Bos which he promised not to take over.

Southpark – 1105

Aired on Wednesday April 4th 2007 (My rating – 2.5/5)

No cartman (effectively) this episode, basically i watch South Park for Eric Cartman only. He is one character that makes or breaks any episode. This episode starts with Stan painting the eggs and asking his dad about so-called boring ritual of egg painting. After some arguments he finds out that his father is part of some secret society which is protecting a bunny who is supposed to be of lineage of first pope of church, who according to this society was a rabbit(!). And it turns out that the bunny is descendant of that old rabbit who was first pope of the church. Thats is almost it. You need to watch the episode for other details, but yes Jesus once again appears here, with “shuriken” skills!


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