Posted in Disc Reviews by Gino Sassani on June 29th, 2020
“Everyone in this country is getting dumber, and I wish marijuana was illegal again!”
If anything can push the weed cause back 20 years, it’s Tegridy Farms. South Park starts its 23rd season with a bit of a new twist on things. For the entire first half of the season, the opening credits change to make it look like a Tegridy Farms show. It’s cute and funny for like the first three minutes. I was sick of the concept already last season. So for the first half of Season 23, you’re going down to Tegridy farms. In fact it’s only the 10th season where the credits and show come close to returning to normal. After Tegridy Farms, there’s PC Babies, which actually made me pine for Tegridy Farms for a few minutes. The season sees a few highs, and I don’t mean in Randy March’s pot farm. Mostly the boys appeared to coast this season, and with a new 3-year deal in place to keep South Park airing into its 26th season, I hope the coast was merely a break so that everyone could catch their wind just a little bit.