But just the fact that it’s two guys at the wheel every single time, every second, every frame, every word, for that long is fucking crazy. That, to me, is the most amazing thing about South Park. And just showing that you can just have a very, very tight specific voice on a show for that long and have it be that strong, and be that deep so far down the road into it, that you’re that far down into somebody’s brain. Then for that show, those guys do 85-90% of the voices inside their heads the entire time. So it’s amazing. And then the world just gets, every season, increasingly populated with these characters by, you know, more iterations of their perspectives. And I guess that probably that show has built up an audience recognizing that comedy animation can do that for a really long time for for children and adults. I mean, it’s for adults but if ‘adult’ starts at like 10 years old.
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