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Crikey! South Park Mocks The Crocodile Hunter

There are 5 comments on the American Chronicle story from Oct 30, 2006, titled Crikey! South Park Mocks The Crocodile Hunter. In it, American Chronicle reports that:

Trey Parker and Matt Stone, the creators of South Park, take a particular delight in offending celebrities, they have skewered everyone from Tom Cruise to Oprah.

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Tom

Morris Plains, NJ

#1 Oct 30, 2006
So, according to Robert Paul Reyes, we should take delight at teh mocking of Steve Irwins's death and brush it aside simply because there is a war in Iraq. Get over yourself mate, not all things in this world center aroung the iraq war, especially our ability to show compassion. May you never know the pain his family is going through.
Rowan whitfield

Chatham, UK

#2 Nov 22, 2006
this is not remotely funny it is when you have a go at tom cruise or another celcb but steves family are still greiving for gods sake whats wrong with you. if you died (tragedy) would you want someone to take the mick before you were even cold? and dont BS and say "yes i would love it" or some bull**** like that you guys suck
Stan

Los Angeles, CA

#3 Jul 4, 2007
Tragically? WTF, he was doing a dumb ass stunt and dies from it, he had it coming.

The fact that he even allows his daughter to interact with dangerous animals shows the great father he is. For those of you who dont get south park, IM BEING SARCASTIC.

Its like when friends and family of soldiers bitching about there kids dieing, but That is in the job description,

"there army they know the risk."
quote from the green lantern himself.

Since: Jul 07

Portland, OR

#4 Jul 18, 2007
Who is forcing the Irwin's to watch South Park?
The episode is for people who thaught he was a dumbass, whether you liked him or not. If you don't think he was a dumbass, you might not think it was funny. Personally, I liked the guy, but he was definately a dumbass and his death proves it.
The guy goes out and messes with wild animals. How many times did he almost die before this? A few I would imagine. There is nothing tragic about his death.
Anyway, the moment you can't make fun of all the stupid things people choose to do is the moment we turn into politically correct robots.
At least South Park doesn't hide their exploitation of people and celebrities and such. The only source of media you can trust is comedy.
Ryan

Pagosa Springs, CO

#5 Jul 19, 2007
this is a very hard contreversal subject. At the same time freedom of speech is the main concern, but also its not so much about the dead guy as it is with the family.Imagine if your father died because he was being stupid would you like a joke then. I am sure about one thing and thats we all have a side to ourselves thats a really mean dick. So Rowan Whitfield you cant say that there wasnt a moment were you made a steve irwin death joke even in your own mind.

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