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anarchy1999 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Dec-22-03 02:06 AM
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35. Somebody help me
I taped Wednesday's newest edition to South Park on Comedy Central.

I watched it for the first time tonight, and noticed a wild scene.
Saddam's face from day old photos, captured with beard, is used prominently as is a storyline that includes a song about America capturing Saddam. This is a new episode and designed to be the Christmas episode, airing the Wednesday after the Sunday we first saw any video.

If animation is done in Japan or California, it has to be storyboarded and scripted at least a month before animators are done with it. While I realize South Park explodes with the crudest of animation technique, how is it POSSIBLE to get these plot points in an episode slated to broadcast in a mere 72 hours?


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