A year ago today, Troy Dixon lost his life in a car crash. Known for his stand-up and his work on Pure Pwnage, Troy was loved by those that knew him in person and those that knew him through Pure Pwnage. R.I.P, Troy. We miss you.
John Waters tended to stick with movies. So what happens when he makes the move to television shows? We get ‘Til Death Do Us Part (aka Love You to Death, in the UK.)
Last night marked the end of the 13th season of South Park. While not the best season ever, it was certainly the best in the past couple of years. Click through to read a short review of each episode from this season.
Too often, narratives are cut short. It seems that shows and story lines that deserve to be told and expanded upon are wrecked, destroyed in their prime. Such was the fate of Clone High. I remember watching each episode as it aired back in 2003. Having graduated high school in 2002, it appeared at the perfect time in life; a time in which I no longer experienced the situations portrayed, yet a time in which the situations portrayed were still fresh memories in my mind.