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In article <k56075$q6...@dont-email.me>, web...@polaris.net wrote:
> HOW MUCH IS YOUR FAMILYï¿½S SAFETY WORTH? ON AN ALL NEW SOUTH
> PARK PREMIERING ON WEDNESDAY,
> OCTOBER 10 AT 10:00 P.M. ON COMEDY CENTRAL
> NEW YORK, October 8, 2012 - Kyle is convinced that his mom is
> having an affair with the UPS delivery man in an all-new episode
> of "South Park" titled, "INSECURITY," premiering Wednesday,
> October 10 at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT on Comedy Central.
> The man who visits all the homes in South Park every day is
> now under suspicion. The luxury of having packages delivered
> to your doorstep is suddenly a threat to every family in the
> neighborhood. Cartman takes matters into his own hands and
> signs up for a home security system.
So...South Park can show actual sex now. But it was with Kyle's mom & dad,
I used to work for UPS, so I got a huge kick out of this plot. Ike's a
little kid, only natural that he'd think the man in the UPS uniform was
actually the UPS guy and not his dad. I loved that Cartman ordered a
security system to keep the "UPS Guy" out, but it was obvious that he wanted
it to keep out Kyle. Really liked the detail of the camera zooming in like
in the commercial whenever they showed the operator.
So, the men of South Park go after the UPS Guy (and later, the In-Security
Guy) by dressing up as Bane. All of them, Bane. Even Cartman. Loved it.