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tertiary episode of the beginning flavor of Southward Park

"Volcano"
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Stan, Ned, Cartman, Jimbo and Kyle flee from the erupting volcano. The idea of an erupting volcano came from Hollywood disaster films such as Volcano and Dante'south Peak (1997). The animators had some trouble creating lava that resembled orange construction paper, but were proud of the result.

Episode no. Seasonane
Episode 3
Written by Trey Parker
Matt Rock
Production code 103
Original air date Baronial27,1997(1997-08-27)
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"Volcano" is the 3rd episode of the starting time season of the American animated television series South Park. It originally aired on Comedy Primal in the United States on Baronial 27, 1997.[2] In the episode, Stan, Kyle, Cartman and Kenny keep a hunting trip with Stan'due south uncle Jimbo and his war buddy Ned. While on the trip, Stan is frustrated by his unwillingness to shoot a living beast and Cartman tries to scare the hunting party with tales of a fauna named Scuzzlebutt. Meanwhile, the group is unaware that a nearby volcano is nigh to erupt.

(Video) South Park - It's Coming Right For Us

The episode was written by series co-creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone. Information technology was inspired by the 1997 disaster films Volcano and Dante's Peak, both of which Parker and Stone strongly disliked. The plot was besides based on the meaning amount of hunting Parker and Rock witnessed while growing upwards in Colorado; Stan's hesitation about the sport mirrors Parker'south existent-life feelings virtually hunting. Parker and Rock felt the reckoner animation in "Volcano" had greatly improved compared to the early episodes; they were particularly pleased with the lava, which was fabricated to resemble orange structure paper.

"Volcano" received generally positive reviews and was nominated for a 1997 Environmental Media Laurels. Slightly more than than 1 million viewers watched the original broadcast, according to Nielsen ratings. The episode featured the starting time appearances of recurring characters Ned Gerblansky and Randy Marsh. The latter, who is also the boondocks geologist, is established as Stan's father in afterwards episodes. It also marked the showtime of ii appearances for Scuzzlebutt, who became a popular small grapheme and appeared in the video games South Park x: The Game, South Park: Phone Destroyer and S Park Rally. The episode parodied the Duck and Cover educational videos from the 1950s and 1960s that advised people to hide under tables in the outcome of a nuclear set on.

Plot [edit]

Stan's Uncle Jimbo and his Vietnam War buddy Ned take Stan, Kenny, Kyle, and Cartman on a hunting trip in the mountains. As they arrive, Jimbo explains to the boys how to hunt. Whenever they see a creature, they shoot it later on yelling, "It's coming right for u.s.!", so they can merits the shooting was in self-defence. Stan does non have the proper temperament to enjoy hunting, and finds himself unable to shoot a living target. Unlike Stan, Kenny is able to shoot animals, impressing Jimbo. Meanwhile, South Park geologist Randy discovers that the mountain on which the boys are hunting is a volcano that is almost to erupt. He reports his findings to the Mayor, who directs one of her aides to make advisable decisions most the crisis.

During the hunting trip, Jimbo proclaims Kenny his honorary nephew, upsetting Stan. When dark falls, Cartman tells the story of Scuzzlebutt, a creature that has a piece of celery in identify of one of its hands and Patrick Duffy for a leg. The boys are skeptical, so Cartman decides to wearing apparel up as the brute the next morning in lodge to convince and scare them. When he disappears the adjacent morning, the others set out to find him. They and so see Cartman bearded equally Scuzzlebutt and first shooting at him. When they take hold of up with him at the base of the mountain, Stan tries to shoot him in order to redeem himself in his uncle's eyes. However, he is unable to do then and the delay gives Cartman time to remove the costume. At a lower acme, Randy orders the S Park residents to dig a trench to divert the lava away from the boondocks.

Of a sudden the volcano erupts. The hunters try to abscond, but discover themselves trapped on the other side of the trench. The real Scuzzlebutt then appears, and Jimbo apologizes to the boys for their seemingly imminent deaths, just before realizing that Scuzzlebutt is weaving a wicker basket to carry the hunting party to safety. The lava then flows through the trench only every bit Randy planned, only due to a miscalculation he made, the trench leads the lava to Denver, destroying it. Withal, in a misguided attempt to prove he can impale something and impress his uncle, Stan kills Scuzzlebutt. Jimbo is less than impressed, telling Stan that "some things y'all do kill and some you lot don't". Ned states that he now understands the folly of guns and drops his rifle, which accidentally fires, killing Kenny. Stan does non understand, since Jimbo tried to kill Scuzzlebutt earlier and other animals and wanted to print Jimbo like Kenny did, Jimbo points out that Kenny is dead and that Stan will e'er be Jimbo'southward nephew. The boys decide that hunting is stupid and confusing, and determine to go home and watch cartoons.

(Video) How To Get Around Hunting Laws - SOUTH PARK

Production [edit]

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"Volcano" was written and directed past serial co-creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone. The episode was inspired past volcano-related Hollywood disaster films, such as Dante's Peak (1997) and Volcano (1997), which came out effectually the time they were writing the script; Parker and Rock considered the films 2 of the worst ever made. Rock said, "If y'all watch this episode and and then get spotter Volcano, this makes more sense than Volcano does." Debbie Liebling, who served as a South Park producer at the time of the episode's broadcast, said the volcano erupting in South Park helped establish the setting equally a place where "anything tin happen".[3] Although Stone and Parker acknowledged that a volcano could non actually erupt in this Colorado town, they felt they were entitled to create the episode anyway because the Volcano film was set in Los Angeles; Rock said, "If they could practise it, we could." Similarly, the duo acknowledge the tunnel built in the episode would non really divert the lava, but they included information technology considering Parker said, "Whatsoever movie today, that's basically how dumb they are."

Another influence on the plot was the amount of hunting Parker and Stone saw around them while growing upwardly in Colorado. Neither of them were hunters, and Parker said Stan's hesitation about hunting was based largely on himself and his father, who hated the thought of killing an animal fifty-fifty though Parker'southward grandfather, similar Jimbo, was enthusiastic about the sport. Parker said he feels many of the first-season episodes considered taboo in 1997 would accept been considered less controversial five years later, but that "Volcano" is an exception. Since the episode involved children drinking beer and threatening each other at gunpoint during hunting trips, Parker said he did not believe One-act Central would have aired it following the Columbine High School massacre in 1999. Parker said, "Back so, it was just sort of funny, kids pointing guns at each other, and information technology's simply non then funny at present."

South Park animators spent the starting time iv episodes of the show trying to perfect the animation of the characters.[4] By "Volcano" – which was produced after "Weight Gain 4000" –, Parker and Stone felt the textures were improved, likewise as smaller details similar the lines around the eyes of the characters. While the serial pilot "Cartman Gets an Anal Probe" was animated with construction paper, subsequent episodes were made using computers. Even so, Parker and Stone wanted the show to maintain its rough paper look; for example, they specifically asked for the night sky in this episode to look like a black piece of paper with holes cut into it for stars, just as it was in the pilot episode. Stone and Parker were particularly proud of the animation of the lava, which they said took hours to perfect, although they acknowledged information technology ended up simply resembling orange construction paper. The lava ball shooting out of the volcano and almost killing Kenny was direct inspired by the Volcano moving-picture show. Parker and Stone came up with the character of Scuzzlebutt during a random conversation with Comedy Cardinal executive Debbie Liebling. While meeting with her, they simply started drawing the graphic symbol, and decided to add together a celery hand and Patrick Duffy leg for no particular reason. Scuzzlebutt likewise appeared in a 2nd episode, "City on the Edge of Forever" from the second season.[five] Scuzzlebutt turning out to be a real graphic symbol rather than a ridiculous story was the first case of a common feature of the Cartman character, in which Cartman says outrageous and completely unrealistic things that turn out to exist truthful. Stone commented, "He's correct more often than he'south wrong."

The "Volcano" episode was in production when South Park debuted on August xiii, 1997. Comedy Central executives did not object to most of the content of the episode, but said the scene in which Kyle farted while talking to Stan should accept been removed considering nothing happened after the fart, and they said it was not funny. Parker and Stone, however, insisted it stay in the episode, and they said the lack of any reaction whatsoever to the fart was what fabricated it funny. During close-ups of Cartman's face while telling the story of Scuzzlebutt around the campfire, the flames from the fire stop moving. Parker and Stone noticed the consistency mistake after the episode was filmed, but they did not have plenty fourth dimension to go dorsum and gear up information technology before the broadcast date, so it was left in. A cat featured in the groundwork of one of the outdoor scenes was designed to look exactly similar Parker'southward cat, Jake. The scene in which Ned catches burn was based on an experience Parker had during a Colorado camping trip where he tried to exercise an "Indian Fire Trick", in which i pours gasoline onto a fire to create large flames. Although nobody caught burn down, Parker said the trick misfired and he about burned down the forest. Later finishing the episode, Parker and Stone realized "Volcano" was about two minutes shorter than the time length required for the episode. In order to add fourth dimension to the episode, Parker and Stone added the scene with Ned singing the song "Kumbaya" around the fire, likewise equally the long freeze-frame on a shocked Chef and Mayor McDaniels reacting to the news of the volcano'south imminent eruption.

(Video) South Park - Its coming right for us! Jimbo and Ned hunting(HD version)

In add-on to Scuzzlebutt, "Volcano" included the first appearances of recurring characters Randy Marsh and Ned Gerblanski. In this beginning appearance, Randy is identified only equally the South Park geologist, and it is only in the episode "An Elephant Makes Beloved to a Pig" that he is showtime introduced equally Stan'south male parent.[6] Parker, who provides the phonation of Randy Marsh, said the blueprint, voice, and personality of the grapheme are based on his real-life begetter, who works as a geologist for the United States Geological Survey. Parker said his father is very calm in real life and Randy'south relaxed reaction to learning of the volcano—calmly sipping his coffee—is "well-nigh how my dad would react to anything". The expect of the Ned graphic symbol was based on a cartoon Parker made in loftier schoolhouse, although the grapheme did non originally have a voice box. The voice was inspired by a waitress who worked at a Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant in Boulder, Colorado, where Parker and Stone would visit while attention the University of Colorado. The duo said they would become to the restaurant merely to hear her voice, but that it was so depression they would lose their appetite when she took their orders. Stone and Parker had trouble creating the right vocalism for the character; they tried putting the microphone directly on their pharynx, and also bought an actual vocalization box, but ultimately decided that the all-time fashion to provide the character's vox was with natural vox simulation.

"Volcano" was released aslope five other episodes in a 3-VHS assail May 5, 1998, marking the first time Southward Park was fabricated bachelor on video. The episode was released on the "Volume I" video along with "Cartman Gets an Anal Probe"; other featured episodes included "An Elephant Makes Love to a Pig", "Decease", "Weight Proceeds 4000", and "Big Gay Al'southward Large Gay Boat Ride".[7] "South Park: The Consummate Start Season", a DVD box ready featuring all thirteen episodes, including "Volcano", was released on November 12, 2002.[8] Parker and Stone recorded commentary tracks for each episode, only the tracks were not included on the DVDs due to "standards" problems with some of the statements; Parker and Stone refused to allow the tracks to be edited and censored, so they were released on a separate CD.[4] [nine]

Cultural references and bear upon [edit]

The episode features a fictional education film called Lava and You, which says lava will pass harmlessly over potential victims who duck and comprehend their heads. The film was inspired by actual "Duck and Embrace" films from the 1950s and 1960s, in which children were instructed to hide nether tables or lean against walls in the case of a nuclear weapon set on;[ten] Parker and Stone, like many critics of the films, found the methods painfully simplistic and did not believe they would really help in the case of such an attack. Jimbo and Ned are described as veterans of the Vietnam War, the military machine disharmonize between North Vietnam and Southward Vietnam that lasted from 1959 to 1975; Cartman, who is far too young to have participated in the war, claims to have flashbacks to his experiences in it. Patrick Duffy, the American television actor best known for his roles in the shows Dallas and Stride by Step, appears in the episode as the living leg of Scuzzlebutt. Matt Stone claimed there was no particular reason Duffy was chosen every bit the leg except that he is such a nondescript actor: "He's just super bland. Like, how could you maybe exist a fan of Patrick Duffy?"

The scene where Scuzzlebutt puts a star on top of a tree is a reference to a similar scene in the 1964 television special Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, in which the Abominable Snow Monster places a Christmas star atop a large tree. Mount Evanston, the fictional mountain in "Volcano", was named afterwards the existent Mount Evans in the Front end Range region of the Rocky Mountains in Articulate Creek County, Colorado; Nichols Coulee in the episode was named after Kirt Nichols, a friend of Trey Parker. Jimbo blames the Democratic Party for passing overly restrictive laws on hunters and gun owners.[ten] Upon learning children are in danger due to the volcano, Mayor McDaniels seeks publicity for herself by contacting the television set news programs Entertainment This night and Inside Edition.[11] [12]

Several lines of dialogue from "Volcano" became especially popular among South Park fans, including "It's coming right for us!" by Jimbo,[10] [13] and the two Cartman lines, "Democrats piss me off!"[xiv] and "Cartoons Kick Ass!", the last of which was featured on T-shirts.[xv] Despite the relatively small-scale function Scuzzlebutt played in the series, he still became a popular minor Due south Park character.[16] He was included in the South Park video games South Park x: The Game and Due south Park Rally.[17] The vocal "Hot Lava", sung by the Chef in the episode, was featured on the 1998 soundtrack Chef Aid: The South Park Anthology.[18]

(Video) It's coming right for us! - South Park

Reception [edit]

"Volcano" originally aired on Comedy Central in the U.s.a. on August 27, 1997.[19] [20] "Volcano", like the early S Park episodes preceding information technology, was viewed past slightly more than one one thousand thousand viewers, co-ordinate to Nielsen ratings. This was considered high for a cable program in the United States at the time.[21] The Ecology Media Association nominated the episode for an Environmental Media Accolade in the "Television Episodic Comedy" category.[22] Yet, the eventual recipient of the award was The Simpsons,[23] for the episode "The Former Man and the Lisa".[24]

"Volcano" received generally positive reviews. USA Today critic Matt Roush praised the episode, especially the "Duck and Encompass" films.[12] The Advertiser called the episode "outrageously lewd" and "hysterically funny".[25] The Washington Post critic Tom Shales considered the episode funnier than its predecessor "Weight Gain 4000".[26] Peter Hawes of The Sunday Star-Times in Auckland, New Zealand, said the episode was funny and intelligent, adding, "Once once more, the US national psyche is imperishably captured by a crude drawing."[10] He liked the way adults were portrayed as less sensible than the children, and he particularly enjoyed the "Duck and Cover" videos: "It is terrifyingly funny, for it is a word-for-word recreation of the insane Atom-bomb Safety film, created and distributed in 1952 by the US government, who never for a second thought it would work."[x] The Daily Record of Glasgow, Scotland, praised the episode and described information technology every bit "hardcore humor": "Dearest information technology or loathe information technology, you can't ignore the adult animation series whose bite is worse than its bark."[27]

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External links [edit]

  • "Volcano" Full Episode at S Park Studios
  • "Volcano" at IMDb

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In the 'Coon and Friends' trilogy, a parody of superhero film franchises, it was confirmed that Kenny's immortality is a result of his parents formerly attending Cthulhu cult meetings: every time he dies, his mother rebirths him and he quickly grows back to the same age.

How did Ned get powers? ›

In "Spider-Man: No Way Home," Peter gives Ned the ring, which allows multiversal travel via magic and forms an essential early part of the magical training in Kamar-Taj. It's an artifact that even Doctor Strange had considerable trouble with before being taught not to be so intellectual with it.

How was Ned able to open a portal? ›

Strange that his grandmother always thought he had magic. It seems like a throwaway comment until later on, when he's able to open a portal using Strange's Sling Ring. And he doesn't just open one portal, he opens multiple.

Does Ned have magic powers? ›

Ned's Powers & History In Marvel Comics

Ned is then brainwashed and forced to act as the Hobgoblin, and while he doesn't possess the character's usual superhuman strength or healing factor, he makes use of the Hobgoblin's glider and equipment.

Does Ned become venom? ›

Spider-Man 4 could see Peter and Ned become coworkers at the Daily Bugle, making way for a story reminiscent of the comic books in which Ned ends up at the wrong place and bonds with Venom right after Peter gets rid of it, thus transforming Ned into a villain though not the one everyone expects.

Will Ned become a wizard? ›

NWH established the potential for Strange and Spider-Man characters to cross over. And since Ned's abilities are so similar to Strange's, it's highly likely that the two will continue to interact in future movies. There is no guarantee that Ned will become a sorcerer.

Is Ned Sorcerer Supreme? ›

Ned decided to aid the Baron Mordo in his plan to reshape reality. He entered the Sanctum Sanctorum and stole the magic book known as the Word of God. This book allowed them change their universe, with Mordo becoming the Sorcerer Supreme and Ned, in his Hobgoblin identity, Mordo's apprentice.

Was MJ snapped? ›

The film reveals that several more characters had been blipped and restored, including Peter's aunt May Parker, and his classmates Ned Leeds, MJ, Betty Brant, and Flash Thompson.

Will Ned and MJ remember Peter? ›

After Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) performs the spell which makes the world forget Peter Parker (Tom Holland), MJ (Zendaya) and Ned's (Jacob Batalon) memories are wiped. They no longer remember Peter, which is evident when he enters the donut shop where MJ works, and she and Ned don't bat an eye.

Why Ned can close the portal? ›

Ned was subconsciously keeping the portal open because he wanted to watch the fight.

Who's stronger Hobgoblin or Green Goblin? ›

In the comics, Green Goblin can lift up to 9 tons, whereas Hobgoblin's strength can rival that of Spider-Man's which means he can lift up to 12 tons. Add to that, Roderick Kingsley is a calculated man, unlike Norman Osborn who is just insane. So, Hobgoblin can definitely beat Green Goblin if they ever fight.

Will Ned Leeds be in Dr Strange 2? ›

Tom Holland (Peter Parker/Spider-Man) and Zendaya (MJ) are joined by Benedict Cumberbatch (Doctor Stephen Strange), Jon Favreau (Happy Hogan), Marisa Tomei (Aunt May), Jacob Batalon (Ned Leeds), and Alfred Molina (Doctor Octopus) in the film.

Does Dr Strange remember Peter Parker? ›

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness indicates that the heroic sorcerer remembers web-slinger Peter Parker in a specific way after Spider-Man: No Way Home's ending.

Does Dr Strange need a sling ring? ›

Doctor strange possesses a sling ring which is an essential tool with the power to sustain dimensional portals between any two points on the planet. With this ring, doctor strange can instantly travel wherever he is needed.

Who is Hobgoblin Spider-Man? ›

Roderick Kingsley was a successful fashion designer and millionaire who had built his empire through underworld ties and unethical practices. One of his criminal associates, George Hill, had stumbled upon one of the secret lairs of the original Green Goblin.

Is Ned a superhero? ›

Edward "Ned" Leeds is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. A supporting character in stories featuring the superhero Spider-Man, he has been a reporter for the Daily Bugle, and the abusive husband of Betty Brant.
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Will Spider-Man 4 have venom? ›

MCU Writer Confirms Scrapped Venom Plot In Spider-Man: No Way Home. It was rumored near the end of 2020 that there was interest, likely from Sony, for Tom Hardy's Eddie Brock and Venom to have a role in Spider-Man: No Way Home.

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