Of the 14 shows that comprise the three-DVD set South Park - The Complete Thirteenth Season, there are a host of other highlights. To my knowledge, “Eat, Pray, Queef” is the first animated reference to the feminine phenomenon. Then there is “W.T.F.” where the boys form their own wrestling federation after going to a WWE Raw taping. They get so popular that Vince McMahon himself shows up to check them out. Another classic moment features a high seas battle between the Deadliest Catch and Whale Wars ships.
South Park has always been proudly politically incorrect, and the thirteenth season carries on the tradition in style. There is “The F Word,” where the word “fag” becomes the official designation of bikers, and “Pee,” which features the song, “There Are Too Many Minorities At My Water Park.”
One of the cool things about owning the DVD set of South Park is the fact that it is uncensored. It is so much more enjoyable to watch the shows without all of the four-letter words being bleeped out.
The bonus features include a behind the scenes look at South Park Studios, where each episode is created. Their productivity rate is incredible for an animated show, putting out a brand new episode in just six days. There are also a selection of deleted scenes and hilarious commentaries from Trey and Matt. With South Park all set to move into their fourteenth season this week, South Park - The Complete Thirteenth Season is well worth checking out.