After Kyle clicks on the latest iTunes user agreement without reading it, Steve Jobs forces him to be a recalcitrant participant in his latest project. Meanwhile, Cartman equates his mother, who doesn`t give him an iPad, to sexual abuse. The episode was written and directed by Trey Parker, co-creator of the series, and was classified as TV-MA L in the United States. The episode title and main action refer to the 2009 film The Human Centipede (First Sequence). This episode parodies reports about tracking software built into Apple`s iPads and iPhones, as well as laboriously long end-user licensing agreements.   “HumancentiPad”, stylized as “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. It originally aired on April 27, 2011 on Comedy Central in the United States. In the episode, Kyle is kidnapped after agreeing to an iTunes user agreement and forced to be part of a “revolutionary new product” about to be launched by Apple. Meanwhile, Cartman, who has not bought an Apple iPad, harasses his mother in this matter and attracts her wrath. IGN.com critic Ramsey Isler says that the ridiculousness of user agreements and those who don`t read them is a well-done point: to free his son, Gerald goes with Kyle`s friends to an Apple Store where the after-sales agents, known as “geniuses”, find, after considerable reflection, that they can cancel Kyle`s agreement if Gerald, A PC user who signs in to Apple and creates a family account. Gerald agrees, after which he, Kyle`s geniuses and friends go to the studio where Dr. Phil is produced.
Jobs, which matches Gerald`s new deal, reluctantly prepares to separate Kyle from his two co-victims. This irritates Cartman, whose dream is now shattered. Cartman looks up at the sky and irritates God, after which he is struck by lightning. He is then shown, getting back into a hospital bed and crying, while his mother flips through a book indifferently. For today, this is the only episode of season 15 that I have seen; But fortunately, that`s going to change now that my Blu-Ray kit arrived at the post office today. I`m a little excited because it was the first season since the second season of the twelfth season that, for whatever reason, didn`t enjoy online (each episode was seen just a few hours after its American premiere, as you know) – I only saw this episode when it was brand new, and I don`t remember enjoying it like that, as I just did for this second review. Season 15 begins with an episode of two secondary acts that will teach us how to make a simple joke work many times. My favorite part of this show comes thanks to this simple joke (kind of hardcore!) of the side act in which Cartman and his mother are involved.
It`s just hilarious material, and I think we can continue Cartman with only the first few minutes of this secondary act; What we have here is a kind of familiar thing since he dies for an iPad (just like once for a Sony PSP and a Nintendo Wii!), and he obviously won`t accept that his mother simply can`t afford this Apple device (which of course just came out at the time of this episode`s broadcast). The other secondary act concerns the business of Apple, Steve Jobs (who, as you well know, died only a few months after the release of HUMANCENTiPAD) and Kyle. You can expect the usual SOUTH PARK to support something as big as Apple; It made me want to think, in your facebook point of view from the previous season, what exactly it is, funny and f* * * * * up! Every user of Apple things like iTunes will definitely refer to this show. And he`s making fun of a movie called THE HUMAN CENTIPEDE (FIRST SEQUENCE); I`d never heard of it, and it`s worth noting that Trey Parker on the comment track says it`s just a silly movie….