Saturday, March 21, 2009

South Park: The Coon (The Dark Knight)

Holy crap Matt & Trey, one site called this episode another one of their signature "fuck you, audience" episodes. A Dark Knight & Watchmen (& other comic references) parody featuring Cartman as the Coon (click the link). A bit over the top... ok a lot, especially if you consider who the Dark Knight/Coon parody might be referring to...

The Hope poster colors automatically make him look like Two-FaceTao slips another 400 points

"During times of great woe and despair, one young person in South Park takes it upon himself to keep order. "The Coon" rises from the gutter and becomes South Park's sole vigilante…until a rival superhero, "Mysterion" shows up on the scene and challenges "The Coon"'s right to be a beacon for the townsfolk."

Like in Dark Knight, vigilantes imitate the hero, though unfortunately in the real world, several people have imitated the Joker instead, possibly MK related.
The Mystery (or Truth) stands in the way of the Coon.
And is way more popular...
The eternal question: Who am I?
"The answer is never the answer. What's really interesting is the mystery. If you seek the mystery instead of the answer, you'll always be seeking. I've never seen anybody really find the answer - they think they have, so they stop thinking. But the job is to seek mystery, evoke mystery, plant a garden in which strange plants grow and mysteries bloom. The need for mystery is greater than the need for an answer."
Kevin Kesey
Professor Chaos (third eye included) and the Coon. Cosmic Consciousness ;).
"and this is like a cube of chaos that can destroy the world in one second!"
Check out General Disarray at the left, GD in a circle, GOD.
"A hospital!? I'm not gonna blow up any hospital! Are you nuts?"
The Mystery, Mysterion's true face is revealed, and it's anyone :p Who am I? ;).
He gets arrested though...
"With Mysterion (The Truth) out of the way the Coon can finally go back to keeping the city safe, once alone I'm the symbol the city can stand behind. Every town needs a hero. Every town needs a coon."

Mushroom Men: The Spore Wars

Mushroom Men (eye in triangle on hat)


Sci-Fi Saved My Life: Stargate

That's the name of a Discovery Channel documentary episode, featuring Graham Hancock, David Icke, Erich von Daniken, Amanda Tapping and other SG1 cast members, etc. No link, video or anything to be found really, sorry! So just kind of a heads up.

Joe Rogan - Devolution Of Stupid People

Joe Rogan - Devolution Of Stupid People

NWO Conspiracy Bullshit & Coincidence Theory

NWO Conspiracy Bullshit & Coincidence Theory




Edward James Olmos, on his authority as Admiral of the Battlestar Galactica, tells the assembled crowd at the United Nations there is no race but the human race (there are no cylons!). "So say we all." It's a good thing BSG & Adama are awesome, though the bsg story line makes my conspiracy reality tunnel alarm bells go off like crazy and I hate the saying "so say we all".

Update: More at Secret Sun!