South Park: Season 15, Episode 1

HUMANCENTiPAD (27 Apr. 2011)

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After Kyle clicks on the latest iTunes user agreement without reading it, Steve Jobs forces him to be an unwilling participant in his latest project. Meanwhile, Cartman equates his mom not giving him an iPad to sexual abuse.



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Episode credited cast:
Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Waiter / Apple Employee #1 / Clyde / Jimmy Valmer / Japanese Man / Steve Jobs / Dr. Phil / Man in Audience #1 / Genius Leslie / Rescuer / News Reporter / Reporter (voice)
Kyle Broflovski / Kenny McCormick / Craig / Apple Employee #2 / Butters / Gerald Broflovski / Apple Announcer / Apple Technician / Dr. Phil Announcer / Man in Audience #2 / Genius Rothgar / Doctor / Replacement Friend / President of Best Buy (voice)
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Liane Cartman / Apple Victim (voice)


After Kyle clicks on the latest iTunes user agreement without reading it, Steve Jobs forces him to be an unwilling participant in his latest project. Meanwhile, Cartman equates his mom not giving him an iPad to sexual abuse.

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The sign for the Toshiba Handibook in the Best Buy scene says $299.99, and the iPad sign says $699.99. Mrs. Cartman tells Cartman that the iPad is $900.00, and that the Handibook is half the price of the iPad. Even if Mrs. Cartman had read the iPad sign wrong, half of $700.00 isn't $300.00. It's $350.00 See more »


Stan Marsh: We're trying to find out exactly what Kyle agreed to.
Gerald Broflovski: There can't be anything in that agreement that allows a company to do what they're talking about to Kyle.
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You better start reading those iTunes agreements!
21 June 2012 | by (Mexico City) – See all my reviews

As for today this is the only episode from season 15 that I've seen; but that will fortunately change just now as my Blu-Ray set of it arrived today in the mail. I'm kind of excited since this was the first season since the second run of the twelfth that, for whatever reason, I didn't enjoyed online (watching each episode just some hours after their US premiere, as you know) – I only watched this episode back when it was brand-new and I don't remember enjoying it a lot like I just had with this second viewing.

Season 15 begins with an episode of two subplots, that teach us how to make a simple joke work many times. My favorite part of this show comes thanks to that simple joke (sort of a hardcore one!), from the subplot that involves Cartman and his mother. It's simply hilarious material and I think you can resume Cartman with just the first minutes of this subplot; what we have here is a familiar kind of thing as he is dying for an iPad (just like once he was for a Sony PSP and a Nintendo Wii!), and he obviously will not accept the fact that his mother simply can't afford that Apple device (which of course had just been released at the time this episode aired).

The other subplot deals with Apple stuff, Steve Jobs (who, as I guess you know, passed away just months after the release of "HUMANCENTiPAD") and Kyle. You can expect the usual SOUTH PARK take on something as big as Apple; it made me think in their take on Facebook from the previous season, as is just as accurate, funny and f***** up! Any user of Apple stuff like iTunes will certainly relate to this show. And it makes fun of a movie called THE HUMAN CENTIPEDE (FIRST SEQUENCE); I had never hear of it before, and is worth noting that Trey Parker says on the commentary track that it is just a dumb movie. Anyway, check this one out, and start reading those iTunes agreements!

*Watched it on 21 June, 2012

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