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Sure, it wasn't always great, and previous seasons have been better, but the series sure is doing well for its age. He said the season had some low points, particularly "Eat, Pray Queef", but that episodes like "The F Word" and "Dances with Smurfs" delivered significant social commentary.
Isler described "Fishsticks" as a well-timed, hilarious episode that became a "phenomenon". He wrote, "Whether they tackle the Jonas Brothers, Somali pirates, Kanye West, The Dark Knight, the current economic woes or just the frequent greed and foolishness of the human race, the show continues to solidify itself as not only the funniest show on TV, but the best.
Club, agreed that the season was uneven, with several episodes "you kinda shrugged your shoulders at",  but others like "Butters' Bottom Bitch" that he found "pretty damn funny". A fictionalized version of rapper Kanye West fails to understand the joke.
He cannot admit that he does not get it because, in reference to a perceived ego problem on the part of the real West, he considers himself a genius. The uncensored word is voiced casually and very frequently throughout the episode.
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Club critic Genevieve Koski argued that "The F Word" advocates a philosophy that language is ever-changing and that taboo words receive their stigma purely due to social circumstance.
Some celebrities who were spoofed in 13th-season episodes responded to their portrayals. This is particularly illustrated in newspaper headlines after Stan takes over Watson's ship: This is particularly reflected through the fictional interview with Larry King, who calls Watson "an unorganized, incompetent media whore who thought lying to everyone was OK as long as it served his cause". President Harry Trumanwhich killed aboutpeople.
In "Whale Whores", the Japanese are presented with a doctored picture of the Enola Gay, the B Superfortress bomber that dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima. The picture shows a dolphin and a whale piloting the plane to bomb the city.
Ken Tucker of Entertainment Weekly described the criticism of the save-the-whales conservationists as a "delightfully savage ridicule".
Club 's said the episode was unfunny and mocked a television series that was "culturally insignificant" and not particularly well-known. Isler praised some of the individual jokes revolving around the Japanese attacks, and called Cartman's "Poker Face" rendition a classic South Park moment, but dismissed the Enola Gay twist as "stupid".
Delgado said many of the jokes were random and "weird", particularly the Enola Gay twist and the Japanese kamikaze attacks. Watson said, "It's a tough situation we are in.
We can't hurt the whalers and we have to stay within the boundaries of the law in opposing illegal whaling operations.
If that makes us pussies, so be it. However, Kyle and Cartman were the real culprits, and framed Stan so the kids wanting Playstation 4 consoles on Black Friday would be leaderless. He later sneaked out, infuriating his mother, who called Randy, who was more concerned that Stan was in the mall during the deadly Black Friday rush.
He sinks several of the Japanese boats to protect the whales and dolphins in the Ocean, until their boat was hit by Japanese kamikaze planes. When the boys are playing police in " Lil' Crime Stoppers ", Stan acts in the role of a lead detective during the investigations. Although there is no specific leader within his primary group of friends, Stan is often the one to motivate the other boys, due to his moral beliefs, as seen in episodes such as Fun with Veal.
He is also shown to be capable of writing music, as seen in " Chef Aid ". In " Die Hippie, Die ", he was seen playing a guitar. He was also seen playing a guitar in " Smug Alert! In " Christian Rock Hard ", the boys formed a rock band, called Moop.
The group refused to play their music in a protest of illegal music downloading on the internet. He was able to successfully achieve his goal of scoring 1, points with Kyle in cooperative mode.
In " Night of the Living Homeless ", he and the boys sang " California Loves the Homeless " to a large crowd of homeless people, in an effort to drive them away from South Park.
In " Pandemic " and " Pandemic 2: The Startling ", the boys formed a Peruvian flute band with Craig Tucker.South Park - Whale Wars (Paul Watson)
In " Elementary School Musical ", in an effort to become more popular, like Bridon Gueermohe and the boys performed a musical number, similar to those of High School Musical. In " Butterballs ", his musical talents were shown again, where he was shown to have written and directed the musical video for " Make Bullying Kill Itself ", a "lip-dub" video aimed to stop bullying. Sports Stan is quite athletically proficient, and is regularly the captain or star player of his school's sports teams, except in basketball where Kyle is the best player in the school and dodgeball where Pip Pirrip is the best player.
In baseball, Stan is seen hitting home runs and is the pitcher though this is rare in professional baseball and apparent captain of South Park's team in " The Losing Edge ". He and the other boys also play baseball in " Child Abduction is Not Funny ". He was also a member of the South Park dodgeball team that won the world championship and was on the pee-wee hockey team when he was 4 years old, revealed in " Stanley's Cup ".
Stan also coached a pee-wee hockey team that episode, and showed he quit from hockey after failing to win a hockey game for the team on a 'breakaway'. His favorite sports team, regarding the setting is in Colorado, is the Denver Broncos.
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He also manages to go from a beginner skier to a near-professional in only two days in the episode " Asspen " thanks to the timely use of a montage. The episode ends with him successfully skiing the K, "the most dangerous run in America", in order to beat a much older man who repeatedly insulted him and challenged him to the run.
He also tries out for the South Park wrestling team in " W. In the episode he goes on to form a wrestling league with the other boys. Weaponry For his age, Stan appears proficient with weaponry. In " Red Sleigh Down ", he was able to hold an M16 assault rifle but didn't actually use itand in " Mystery of the Urinal Deuce ", he was able to get hold of a handgun. In " Good Times with Weapons ", Stan wields a pair of tonfa.
In " Whale Whores ", Stan was able to take a flare gun and fire a flare into the fuel storage of a Japanese whaling ship, resulting in the whole ship blowing up. He commandeered the Sea Shepard in the same episode and sunk a fleet of Japanese whaling ships with a rather impressive arsenal for a 9 year old, including Molotov cocktails and a large caliber deck gun.
His proficiency is probably a result of his Uncle Jimbo's influence. He was also able to kill Scuzzlebutt in the episode " Volcano ". He also broke into a building while wielding and firing an Uzi gun at random areas of the building while intoxicated in " Ass Burgers ". Voice Acting In " Cartmanland ", Stan changes his voice in order to get into Cartman's theme park, Cartmanland, pretending to be a child named "Mick Ganer".
In " A Very Crappy Christmas ", he changed his voice to sound like Cartman in order to finish a Christmas short; the two of them are also voiced by the same person, Trey Parker.
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Appearance Stan is mostly shown wearing a brown jacket with a red collar, a blue hat with a red puffball and rim, and blue jeans. He also wears a blue Terrance and Phillip shirt to bed and a green suit for special occasions. In some episodes, it is clear he has black hair like his father Randy when his hat is partially or completely removed - this was first seen in " A Very Crappy Christmas ".
All of the boys' hats are removed and their hair is seen for an extended period during the shower room scene in " Lil' Crime Stoppers ", although Kenny's head is only seen from behind. Stan also apparently has blue eyes, as noted by Kyle when Butters draws their cartoon forms in " A Very Crappy Christmas ", but this is uncertain, because Kyle said it was similar because he had a sharper nose, so it could have been a mistake. In " Good Times with Weapons ", he was portrayed with brown eyes, so odds are it was Butters' error when his eyes were blue.
Even at a young age, Stan has always worn his red and blue hat as shown in " Pre-School " and even sleeps with it on. In " The List ", he ranked third in the initial corrupt list of which boy was cutest.
However, he was not mentioned among those who had to change places due to the corruption, so it is possible that he remained the third cutest boy, behind Clyde who was actually in the bottom five somewhere and Token. In the original Christmas shorthe had a different appearance; his hat was the same, but it was fully red, he also had a dot as a nose and his jacket was blue. Personality Stan is generally the most tender and sensitive of the four boys. For example, in " Kenny Dies ", he finds it difficult to see Kenny in his ill state, and in " Raisins " he becomes depressed after losing his girlfriend to Token.