I'm pleased to announce that Trey Parker and Matt Stone's superb sitcom That's My Bush will be having a DVD release this fall, which means you will no longer be able to dowload it for free via me (see?). I strive to provide people with the top-notch entertainment that money matters prevent them from seeing, but as soon as those money matters are rectified, I feel it is of the utmost importance to cease and desist this infringing behavior. After all, my goal is to spread the word about great stuff, not keep someone from making some money.
It is my hope that most of the many people who have dowloaded this fine show from me will be purchasing the DVD, and I especially hope that some of you purchasers learned of it from me, creating a sale that otherwise would not have been. If that happens, then this whole copyright infringement thing will have worked out for everyone.
Here's another song by the great Trey Parker. This one, entitled Freedom Isn't Free, comes from the film Team America, and is a Toby Keith style patriotic ballad.
The video is a montage of B unit footage that Matt Stone shot of patriotic monuments being visited by one of the non animatronic puppets from the film. If you haven't seen Team America don't judge the puppetry by this video, since this puppet is just a free standing dummy.
(As always, you'll need the XVID codec to play this video.)
This is the first installment of a feature that may make an occasional appearance here at nyquil.org, The Songs of Trey Parker.
This is my favorite of Trey's songs from the movie Cannibal! The Musical, and is about Trey's character Alferd missing his horse Leanne. Sorry about the crappy video quality, but I was trying to keep this 3 minute long clip under 20 megs. You'll need the XVID codec to view it. (You can get it from here.)
: Trey was once engaged to a girl named Leanne, and she left him at the altar for another man. Therefore whenever Trey needs a female character of questionable morals, he names her Leanne. See: Cartman's mom.