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Markus Euskirchen Theorie (06.05.2009)
Kulturindustrieware analysiert und kritisiert die Krise als Ideologie und Praxis abschließend

Leider noch nicht in deutscher Sprache: Die Southpark-Episode "Margaritaville", US-Erstausstrahlung: 25. März 2009. Daher auch nur einen Ausschnitt aus der englischsprachigen Wikipedia von heute: 

In its original American broadcast, "Margaritaville" was watched by 2.77 million overall households, according to the Nielsen Ratings, making it the most-watched Comedy Central production of the week.[17] The episode received generally positive reviews from television critics. Ken Tucker of Entertainment Weekly said of the episode, "The episode was the most back-handed endorsement imaginable of President Obama's economic bailout plan. Or the most withering dismantling of it. As usual, South Park had it both ways." Tucker also said of Cartman's blaming the Jews for the recession, "Among its many achievements, South Park has exposed anti-Semitism to such relentless ridicule over the years, it deserves some sort of humanitarian award."[4] Financial writer Roger Nusbaum said the episode was not only "humorous" but provided a decent analysis of the recession. He particularly praised Randy's inclusion of margaritas with the barest of necessities; Nasbaum said most people tend to take on absurd expenses that they fail to realize are unnecessary, even as they discuss the plight of the economy.[18] Mike Fahey of Kotaku said the episode had "a clever little plot".[16] Zac Bissonnette of BloggingStocks said of the episode, "It isn't quite as trenchant as some of the other Wall Street satire that's been making the rounds, but it's definitely worth watching."[19] Carlos Delgado of If magazine said the episode included many excellent moments, including the headless chicken method of making economic decisions, but otherwise felt "Margaritaville" was not as strong as previous episodes like "The Ring". Delgado said, "Maybe I’m too depressed about the current economic situation, who knows, but although “Margaritaville” was well written and poignant, I wasn’t bursting out in laughter every two minutes."[12] 
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