Posts with tag "SouthPark"
- Posted Oct 8th 2009 at 10:16 AM by PopEater Staff
You just knew the boys of 'South Park' would tackle the Summer of Death when the show returned, and boy did they deliver. David Carradine, Ted Kennedy, Farrah Fawcett, DJ AM all made cameos in an episode about deceased celebs who are stuck in purgatory. Though, the episode really focused on two stars in particular: Michael Jackson and Billy Mays. In 'I See Dead Celebrities,' the body of Kyle...
- Posted Sep 16th 2009 at 09:33 AM by Mike Hess
Since Comedy Central is (brilliantly) capitalizing on Kanye West's recent idiocy by re-running their Kanye-mocking 'Fishsticks' episode this week, it got us thinking just how many times 'Park' creators Matt Parker and Trey Stone have absolutely eviscerated celebrities on the raunchy 'toon. From Tom Cruise to Paris Hilton and beyond, if a celebrity winds up on 'South Park,' chances are it ain'...
- Posted Sep 14th 2009 at 10:31 AM by PopEater Staff
Kanye West did it again, and we thought he'd learned his lesson. The rapper stormed another awards show stage last night to complain about another injustice (the "snubbing" of Beyonce), and this time it appears to have really hurt him. "I am really happy for you," West told a stunned Taylor Swift as she was accepting her first MTV VMA on Sunday. "But Beyonce had one of the best videos of all time....
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