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Reply # 29252 24-Feb-2006 10:44
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I thought Christmas Critters was much more on the chin than that episode.

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Reply # 29309 25-Feb-2006 09:15
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Boycott backfires: South Park gets record audience:

"An appeal from the Catholic Church for New Zealanders to boycott an episode of South Park has resulted in a record audience there for the controversial cartoon.

The "Bloody Mary" episode of South Park drew more than six times the normal audience, New Zealand broadcaster TV Works announced Thursday.

The episode, which aired Wednesday night, was seen by 210,000 viewers, according to Rick Friesen, the broadcaster's chief operating officer.
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and so what if she downloded it off the net? i might just do that now.
if you arrested everyone in nz who had ever broken a copyright law then there would be at least a quarter of our population in some deep trouble

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Reply # 29406 26-Feb-2006 23:43
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the_nurd: and so what if she downloded it off the net? i might just do that now.
if you arrested everyone in nz who had ever broken a copyright law then there would be at least a quarter of our population in some deep trouble


It's not only about downloading it. It's the hypocrisy of saying other people shouldn't watch the program when it's obvious she made an extra effort to see it - even though her Bishop warned the flock not to do it.







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