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Meet the Succubus, get caught up in the Chinpokomon frenzy and find out why the citizens of South Park are spontaneously combusting with all seventeen outrageous episodes from season 3.

Customer Reviews

Great iTunes, BUT...

Lower the price please. Surely you've learnt from your mistakes? Anyway, I own a few episodes of Series 3 on VHS and they're great, but unfortunately I cannot watch them anymore. Based on these few episodes, I strongly recommended you buy the episode 'Mr. Hankey's Christmas Classics' as it is probably one of the best South Park episodes EVER! I seriously would download the whole series iTunes if it was £20 like many of the other series' which also have 17 or so episodes. It's simple - Lower the price like you have done with the other series’ and the cash will come flowing in for you. :)

Four and a half stars for the show. 1 Star with the price factored in.

Apple really need to sort this out. £32 for something you can pay peanuts for elsewhere? Where's the season reduction? Where's the parity with the US costs? Do Apple ever read these mini reviews and see how many people complain about the non-sensical overcharging on iTunes? Do they even care about the consumer?

Freakin' Sweet

FAVE EPISODE: Mr Hankys Christmas Classics - that episode is just so amazingly funny - the dradle song - the song shelley plays on the piano etc., love this episode season 3 is an amazing one, buy it!! :D xx