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Reviewed August 29th, 1999 by Staff


Starvin' Marvin
The boys are surprised when a famine relief charity mistakenly sends a starving child in place of the sports watch they expected in return for a donation. Genetically altered turkeys are bad, mmmkay?

The popular mega star steals an ancient artifact dug up by the boys and morphs into her true self. Robert Smith saves the day.

Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo
The infamous Christmas episode. Suffering from a dose of political correctness, South Park adopts a singing, dancing chocolate bar as its new Christmas icon.

Tom's Rhinoplasty
Mr. Garrison enjoys a new look, after a trip to the plastic surgeon. Wendy is tormented by a Sub-stitute teacher's apparent attention to Stan, and the boys clean Mrs. Cartman's carpet.

As in the other two volumes, the episodes look much better than they do on TV. The colors are bright, and the image has much more detail. The episodes are presented in the original 4:3 aspect ratio. The introductions by Matt Stone and Trey Parker look alright, as they are presented in a scratchy-black and white style, and image quality can be ignored.

Volume 3 does not suffer from the snaps audible on Volumes 1 and 2. The mix is Dolby Digital 2.0.

Series creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker introduce each episode in little sketches which place them in a western-style kid's show. Comedy Central also advertises itself.


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