South Park: Season 15, Episode 7

You're Getting Old (8 Jun. 2011)

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Stan turns ten years old and suddenly things change and everything is seems like crap to him; music, movies, food, and life in general, and his friends can't stand him anymore. Randy's ... See full summary »

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Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Randy Marsh / News Reader / Interviewee #2 / Interviewee #3 / Kid #1 / Kid #4 / Doctor / Bob Dylan / Man at Bar / Farmer #1 / Steamy Nicks / Trailer Voice Overs (voice)
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Stan turns ten years old and suddenly things change and everything is seems like crap to him; music, movies, food, and life in general, and his friends can't stand him anymore. Randy's sudden obsession with Tween Wave music causes a rift in his marriage which this time may actually end it. Written by Tween This

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Doctor: I'm gonna try something else. Look at these two pictures. One of them is a new ad for Kevin James' new movie The Zookeeper, and the other is a turd in a microwave. Which one is thee ad for The Zookeeper?
[holding up two pictures, both of a turd in a microwave]
Stan Marsh: They both look the same.
Doctor: You don't see any difference in the pictures?
Stan Marsh: No.
Doctor: That is an ad for The Zookeeper
[lifting his right hand up]
Doctor: and that is a turd about to be re-heated.
[lifting the picture in his left hand]
Stan Marsh: They both look like turds...
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Is it a curtain call or a new beginning?
7 September 2011 | by (India) – See all my reviews

Before watching this episode, my favorite South park episode was "Scott Tenorman must die." But, I have to say this is the best South park episode. On the exterior side some people might view the episode to be of toilet humor nature, but its just the facade.

I didn't have a single laughing moment in this episode. South park always conveys a message in a humorous approach. Matt and Trey are very intelligent. They always convey a message in the garb of humor.

This episode starts with the 10th birthday of Stan Marsh. And as the episode progresses, it turns out that as you get old the things you used to like, you don't like those things anymore. So, we may speculate that South park has been there for a long time and it has grown old. Also the ratings of south park have declined this season. But, all the episodes have been picked up from the recent but not very popular events.

The episode ends with Stan's parents getting separate. Both Randy and Sharon Marsh said they have been unhappy for awhile and they further say that the same sh*t happens every week without change. Both Matt and Trey said that they have become tired of making South park episodes. So, it might be an indication of South park coming to an end.

On the new front, it is shown that Stan & Kyle growing apart and Cartman & Kyle getting a little closer(we see cartman & kyle exchanging smiles at each other for the first time, I guess). So, it may be a new beginning as well.

But, I must say that this episode is the most serious South park episode I've ever seen. I thought it would get lighter in the end, but it didn't. I am a huge South park fan and I wouldn't ever want South park to come to an end. But, despite being serious this is a terrific mid session episode. I hope its a new beginning, not curtains for South park.


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