17 Dec South Park Apple Agreement
The episode was written and directed by Trey Parker and was considered in the United States as TV-MA L. The title and main action of the episode refer to the 2009 film The Human Centipede (First Sequence). This episode parodies reports on the tracking software built into Apple`s iPads and iPhones, as well as laboriously lengthy end-user licensing agreements.   After Kyle clicks on the latest iTunes user agreement without reading it, Steve Jobs forces him to be a reluctant participant in his latest project. Meanwhile, Cartman likens his mother not to give her iPads with sexual abuse. “HumancentiPad,” a stylized “HUMANCENTiPAD,” is the first episode of the fifteenth season of the American animated series South Park and the 210th episode of the series in total. Broadcast April 1, 2011 on Comedy Central in the United States. Kyle was subsequently removed after accepting an iTunes user agreement and was forced to be part of a “revolutionary new product” that will be released by Apple. Cartman, who has not acquired an iPad from Apple, annoys his mother during this time and gets his anger. IGN.com critic Ramsey tells Isler that the ridiculousness of user contracts and those who don`t read them is a point that is well done: Gerald seeks to free his son, goes with Kyle`s friends into an Apple Store, where customer agents known as “Genies” discover, after a long reflection, that they can cancel Kyle`s agreement if Gerald , a PC user, signs up with Apple and creates a family account. Gerald agrees, after which he, geniuse and Kyle`s friends, go to the studio where Dr. Phil is produced. Jobs, who accepts Gerald`s new deal, is reluctant to prepare to separate Kyle from his two co-victims.
This irritates Cartman, whose dream is now shattered. Cartman looks at the sky, and he is furious at being struck by lightning. He is then put back in a hospital bed and cries, while his mother flips through a book with indifference. As for today, this is the only episode of season 15 that I have seen; But luckily, that`s going to change now that my Blu-Ray kit arrived at the post today. I`m a little excited, because it was the first season since the second race of the twelfth, which, for whatever reason, did not enjoy online (every episode only a few hours after its American premiere, as you know) – I only saw this episode when it was brand new, and I do not remember that I enjoyed it as I just did at this second review. Season 15 begins with an episode of two subplots that teach us how to make a simple joke work often. My favorite part of this show comes thanks to this simple joke (a kind of hardcore!), hence the Subplot, in which cartman and his mother are involved. It`s just hilarious material and I think you can continue Cartman with only the first few minutes of this subplot; What we have here is a familiar type of how it dies for an iPad (as it was once for a Sony PSP and a Nintendo Wii!), and it obviously won`t accept that its mother simply can`t afford that Apple device (which just was released at the time of the broadcast of this episode).