‘South Park’ Takes on Facebook

South Park Enters FacebookThank you! Full episode is here.

I won’t spoil how the end of this episode is tied into an appropriate ’80s film classic (Hint: a sequel to that film is coming out later this year) … this is a great metaphor for how the internal workings of such a system is (I guess : ) once you do remove yourself.

Good luck on that, folks.

Clip below:

8 Comments on "‘South Park’ Takes on Facebook"

  1. could you tell more about this south park

  2. Can you tell me Where can i watch this episode online ?

  3. tonyviner | Apr 8, 2010 at 3:19 am |

    Oh great, more things that these two do not like. The funny thing is that I was on Facebook while I was watching it. They made some pretty valid points about the site, some people really are like that, but it hasn't outlived its usefulness quite yet.

  4. Damn Internets | Apr 8, 2010 at 1:12 pm |

    This video is NOT available in your country.

    • Where are you located?

      • Damn Internets | Apr 14, 2010 at 3:39 am |

        Seems we are blocked out from a lot of services here in scandinavia (I am located in Finland at the moment but it's seems to be blocked for watching from Sweden aswell). This is however multi-ways since scandinavian content providers (web tv derived from ordinary television) are blocking content between countries and regions aswell. Most providers say it's a license question, the size of public et cetera. I think it's more like saving in on bandwidth which is a shame..

        Seems we need more location independent and region-free thinking dudes..

  5. SMonarch | Apr 8, 2010 at 2:37 pm |

    hah hilarious episode i loved it

  6. Damn Internets | Apr 14, 2010 at 8:39 am |

    Seems we are blocked out from a lot of services here in scandinavia (I am located in Finland at the moment but it’s seems to be blocked for watching from Sweden aswell). This is however multi-ways since scandinavian content providers (web tv derived from ordinary television) are blocking content between countries and regions aswell. Most providers say it’s a license question, the size of public et cetera. I think it’s more like saving in on bandwidth which is a shame..

    Seems we need more location independent and region-free thinking dudes..

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