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Friday, April 06, 2007

Every now and then South Park gets it right
Posted by Jill | 7:06 AM
If you ever want to see a Christofascist zombie's brain go into blue screen of death mode, try asking what eggs and bunnies have to do with the resurrection.

I often find that South Park is the modern-day equivalent of the Three Stooges -- comedy that requires a Y chromosome to find it funny. Small doses of South Park are usually quite enough, and when Trey Parker and Matt Stone take the easy way out and resort to poop and fart jokes, I know it's time to see what's on the DIY Channel.

However, this week's Easter episode is arguably the most incisive, sidesplittingly funny twenty minutes of television you're likely to see this year. Comedy Central is running it in heavy rotation all weekend. If you don't have a DVR, find a convenient time here. But do NOT miss it.

Here's just a taste:

UPDATE: Alternet has more video.

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