Do you like fish sticks? BestBuy.com has the SOUTH PARK: COMPLETE THIRTEENTH SEASON (2-disc) Blu-ray Disc for $22.50. Add another $2.49 for shipping, or pick it up at the Best Buy nearest you. If you are a South Park fan, then you definitley need to check this great deal out. All of the 13th season of South Park, sure to give you hours and hours of entertainment. Includes episodes like Dead Celebrities, Fishsticks, and Fatbeard.Source: Go to source
Best season ever, although given that it was never actually mastered in an hd format you won't actually get any increased quality over the dvd version.
daronoff Tuesday, 20-Apr-2010 1:03 PM ET:
Margaritaville was genius, other than that it was good but not great, and how about the rest of us who don't own blueray players? In fact, I am curious to know how many of you do own these players, what is your feedback? Thanks.
darknexus Tuesday, 20-Apr-2010 9:10 PM ET:
Well, I sure don't. Not only do I have no use for better video quality given that I couldn't see it anyway, but I object on a moral ground to the ever-changing drm in the blu-ray specification and the possible drm's that can be implemented in it. Granted no movie studio has availed themselves of the worst nasties, but the fact that they're there at all is bad enough. If you don't own a blu-ray player, three possibilities. Watch online at southparkstudios.com, get it from iTunes, or get the DVD version. And I personally thought the later half of the season was awesome, the first half only had a few good episodes like Fish Sticks and fatbeard.
daronoff Wednesday, 21-Apr-2010 10:21 AM ET:
Hi darknexus, you are very right about formats, I go online or buy the dvd occasionally, and you must understand I am a fan from the beginning in 1997 so I am a little jaded about new episodes. Now when will we "see" the day when tv shows get audio description?
darknexus Thursday, 22-Apr-2010 12:25 AM ET:
Same here, South Park fan from the beginning and I agree a lot of the later seasons were lackluster. That said, imho, the second half of the 13th picked up the pace again, hopefully they can keep it going. As for descriptive tv shows, no thank you. I don't like descriptive movies as it is, I don't need some dull describer talking over the actual funny dialog in the show.
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