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South Park is an American animated sitcom created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone for Comedy Central television network. Intended for mature audiences, the show will be infamous for his crude, surreal, satirical, dark humor and lampoons a wide range of topics. The ongoing story revolves around four children, Stan Marsh, Kyle Broflovski, Eric Cartman, and Kenny McCormick, and their strange adventures in and around the titular Colorado town.

Parker and Stone developed the show from they are two animated shorts created in 1992 and 1995. The latter became one of the first Internet viral video, which eventually led to its production as a series. South Park debuted in August 1997 with great success, continually earning the highest ratings of any basic cable program. Subsequent ratings have varied, but the show remains highest-rated Comedy Central's program even after 188 episodes. Parker and Stone, which continues to do most of the writing, directing, and voice temporarily, is under contract to produce 14 new episodes a year by 2011. Their staff creates each episode on computer software that emulates the show's different cutout animation style.

Following the early success of the series, the acclaimed feature-length musical film South Park: bigger, Longer & Uncut is a widespread theatrical release in June 1999. South Park has also received numerous media awards, most notably three Primetime Emmy Awards and a Peabody Award.

Characters and settings
The show follows a group of four boys, Stan Marsh, Kyle Broflovski, Eric Cartman, and Kenny McCormick, and the adventures they share in South Park, a fictional small town located within the real-life South Park basin in the Rocky Mountains of central Colorado. The town, sometimes described in the show as "a pissant white-bread mountain town ", is also home to a kind of frequent characters such as students, families, elementary school staff, and other various residents. Prominent display settings including the local primary school, bus stop, different neighborhoods and surrounding snowy landscape, and the store and businesses along main street in town, all of which are based on the appearance of similar locations in the town of Fairplay, Colorado.

Stan was portrayed as The Everyman of the group, as the official website of the show describes him as "a normal, average, American, mixed-up kid." Kyle was one Jew among in groups, and his drawing on paper that is often dealt with satirically. Stan was modeled after Parker, while Kyle is modeled after Stone. Stan and Kyle is best to friends, and their relationship, which is intended to show the real-life friendship between Parker and Stone, is a common theme throughout the series. Cartman-strong, horrible, and obese, is often portrayed as an antagonist to the anti-Semitic attitude has resulted in an ever-progressing scramble sa Kyle. [9] [12] Kenny, who comes from a poor family, wears his parka hood so severe that it covers most of his face and muffles his speech. During the show the first five times, Kenny died in almost every episode before returning to the next with little or no definitive explanation provided. At first the show's 58 episodes, the boys are in third grade. During the four episode "Grade 4" (2000), they along with other main characters, children enter the fourth grade, where they have remained ever since.

Plots are often enabled by the event, ranging from fairly common in magic and stunning, which frequently occur in the cities. [15] The men often act as the voice of reason when events cause fear or something behaviors among adult men, who customarily depicted as irrational, stupid, and prone to shouting. [7] [16] The men are also often confused by the contradictory and hypocritical behavior of their parents and other adults, and often perceive them as having a distorted view of morality and society.

Themes and styles

All characters and events in this show-even those based on real people-are entirely fictional. All celebrity voices are impersonated ..... not good. The following program contains coarse language and because of its content it should not be viewed by anyone.

South Park is the first weekly TV program-be assigned ratings, [20] and generally intended for adult audiences. The man and most other kids characters use strong profanity, has only the most taboo word by the censors bleeped during the broadcast. The use of such language serves as a means for Parker and Stone to show how young men claim they actually talk when they are alone.

South Park usually makes use of the carnivalesque absurdist and techniques, many running gags, violence, sexual content, unexpected pop-culture references, and satirical portrayal of celebrities. The early episodes tended to be shock value-oriented and featured more slapstick-style humor. [33] While social satire is used to show the occasional earlier on, it became more common as the series progressed, retaining show some dedication to the boys' love scatological humor in an attempt to remind adult viewers "what it's like eight years old. Parker and Stone have also started to further the development of others other characters by giving them a greater role in their storylines, and began writing as parables plots based around religion, politics, and many other topics. It was given the opportunity to show fraud on both extreme sides of contentious issues, while lampooning both liberal and conservative points of view. Parker and Stone describe themselves as "equal opportunity offenders", whose main agenda is to "be funny" and "make people laugh ", while indicating that no particular subject or group of people are spared the cost of being subject to mockery and derision.

The two insist that the show is still more about the "kids kids" and "what it's like in [elementary school] in America", indicating that the introduction a more satirical elements in the series is the result of two still add a "moral center" to show them that it relies less on crude and only surprising in an attempt to maintain an audience. While flippant, and has a tendency to sometimes cynical, Parker notes that there is still a "foundation sweetness "aspect to the characters of children, and Time described the man as" sometimes cruel but with a core of innocence. "Usually, the men and / or other characters muse over what has transpired during an episode and deliver valuable lessons obtained from it in a short monologue. While earlier time, speaking it usually begins with a variation of the phrase "you know what? I've learned something today ...".

Source of creation and

Soon after the meeting in film class at the University of Colorado in 1992, Parker and Stone made an animated short titled "The Spirit Christmas ". The film, referred to as" Jesus vs. frosty "by fans, was created by animating construction paper cutouts stop motion, and feature models of the main characters of South Park, including a character resembling Cartman but named "Kenny", an unnamed character resembling what is today Kenny, and two near-identical unnamed characters who resembled Stan and Kyle. Brian Graden, Fox network executives and mutual friends, commissioned Parker and Stone to create a second short film as a video Christmas card. Created in 1995, the second "The Spirit of Christmas" short (defined by fans of "Jesus vs. Santa") resembled the style of the later series more closely. Graden sent a copy of the video with some of his friends, and from there It was copied and distributed, including among the Internet, where it has become one of the first viral videos.

As a short became more popular, Stone and Parker started short talks of developing a television series. Fox refused to take the series, not wanting to air a show that included the character Mr. Hankey, a talking piece of feces. [46] The two then entered negotiations with both MTV and Comedy Central. Parker preferred the show was created by Comedy Central, with fear MTV will turn it into a kid show. When Comedy Central executive Doug Herzog watched the short, he was commissioned for this developed into a series.

Parker and Stone assembled a small staff and spent three months doing the pilot episode "Cartman gets an Anal Probe". South Park is in danger of being canceled before it even aired when the show tested poorly with test audiences, especially women. However, the shorts are still gaining more popularity Internet, and Comedy Central agreed to order a run of six episodes. South Park debuted in "Cartman gets an Anal Probe" on August 13, 1997.

The display style of animation is inspired by the paper cut-out cartoons made by Terry Gilliam for Monty Python's Flying Circus, where Parker and Stone are lifelong fans. Construction and paper cutout traditional stop motion animation techniques were used in the original animated shorts and pilot episode. Subsequent episodes will be produced by computer animation, providing a similar look to the originals while requiring a fraction of the time to make. Before the computer artist to start animating an episode, a series of animatics drawn in Adobe Photoshop are provided by the show's storyboard artists.

The characters and objects are composed of simple geometrical shapes and primary colors. Most children characters are the same size and shape, and the famous by their distinctive clothing and head wear. Characters are presented almost two-dimensionally and from only one angle. Their movements are animated with an intentionally jerky fashion, as they are intentionally not given the same free range of motion associated with hand-drawn characters. Occasionally, some non-fictional character is depicted with photographic cutouts of their actual head and face to face instead of a traditional style reminiscent of the show's. Canadians on the show are often portrayed in a more minimalist fashion, they simply have beady eyes, and the top halves of their heads just flap up and down when the characters speak.

When the show started using computers, the cardboard cutouts are scanned and re-released CorelDRAW, then imported into PowerAnimator, which is used in SGI workstations to animate the character. The workstations are linked to a farm 54-processor that can sing songs Shots 10-15 an hour. That starts in five seasons, the animators started using Maya instead of PowerAnimator. The studio now operates a 120-processor render farm that can produce 30 or more an hour Shots.

PowerAnimator Maya and high-end programs are mainly used for 3D computer graphics, while the co-producer and former animation director, Eric Stough, notes PowerAnimator initially chosen because It features animators helped keep the show's "homemade" look. PowerAnimator is also used for making some of the special effects show, which is now built using Motion, a newer graphics program made by Apple, Inc. for their Mac OS X operating system. The show visual quality has improved in recent period, although many other techniques are used to keep cut meant the animation looks cheap.

A few episodes feature section live-action footage, while others have incorporated other styles of animation. The seasons of eight (2004) main "Good Times with Weapons" was done in anime style, while during the 10 episode "Make Love, Not Warcraft" was done partly to Machinima. The season 12 episode "Major Boobage" a tribute in 1981 animated film Heavy Metal, implements the scenes take place in the beginning of the season rotoscoping.Since 13 (2009) The show is broadcast in high definition, and season 12 were released on high definition Blu-ray Disc format.

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