Mysterion Saves the Day - A TSP Short"Mysterion Saves the Day...Twice"
A Threadbare South Park Short
I've read a lot of stories with Mysterion, because, as we all know, he kicks ass. But I've noticed a disturbing trend-and this happens in stories with and without OCs. In order to explain, I will write two versions of the following story. The first is the version that I've read over and over again. The second is the version that better reflects Mysterion's actual superhero role as laid out in "The Coon."
This is not an attack against any specific story. As I said, this same basic idea is used in many different stories by many different authors, and I thought it'd be fun to parody. I was right.
VERSION 1. Mysterion Fights Off a Rapist
It's a typical morning in South Park. The boys are standing at the bus stop when Charlie Pierzynski walks up to them, looking excited.
Charlie: Guys! Guys! You're never going to believe what happened last night.
Kenny: (You started putti
Elephant Balls - TSP Episode 10Threadbare South Park: Episode # 9
ALL CHARACTERS AND EVENTS IN THIS EPISODE--EVEN THOSE BASED ON REAL PEOPLE--ARE ENTIRELY FICTIONAL. ALL SOUTH PARK CHARACTERS' LINES ARE WRITTEN BY 'THREADBARESP'....POORLY. THE FOLLOWING SCRIPT CONTAINS COARSE LANGUAGE AND DUE TO ITS CONTENT SHOULD NOT BE READ BY ANYONE.
The kids sit in the third-grade classroom, staring blankly at their teacher. Mr. Garrison stands at the board, which features drawings of a carrot, a potato, a tomato, an ear of corn, and a stalk of celery. Mr. Garrison has Mr. Hat on one hand and his other hand is clutching his groin.
Mr. Garrison: So that's how you can tell a fruit from a vegetable. Are there any questions? Yes, Clyde?
Clyde: Is a pumpkin a fruit or a vegetable?
Mr. Garrison: Yes.
Clyde stares at him. Mr. Garrison begins to erase the board.
Mr. Garrison: So for tonight's homework, I want you all to go home and write a short essay
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