Crossword clues for pinkeye
alt. a highly contagious form of conjunctivitis n. a highly contagious form of conjunctivitis
n. inflammation of the conjunctiva of the eye [syn: conjunctivitis]
"Pinkeye" is the seventh episode in the first season of the American animated television series South Park. It originally aired on Comedy Central in the United States on October 29, 1997. In "Pinkeye", Kenny is killed and, through a freak accident, he is brought back to life as a zombie and starts terrorizing South Park residents, who believe the rise of the living dead is an epidemic of " pinkeye".
The episode was written by series co-founders Trey Parker and Matt Stone, along with writer Philip Stark. The episode was the first of a new slate of South Park episodes Parker and Stone made after Comedy Central agreed to permanently pick up the show. The duo were not happy with the episode, particularly the ending, and were surprised by the positive response it received from fans. Parker said he also wanted the episode to convey, in part, that Halloween is a positive holiday for children.
"Pinkeye" received generally positive reviews and has been described as one of the classic episodes of South Park. It was viewed by 1.75 million households the week it aired, an unusually high amount for Comedy Central at the time. The episode introduced the recurring character Principal Victoria when Cartman dresses as Adolf Hitler. Victoria removes Cartman's costume and attempts to dress him as a ghost, but inadvertently makes Cartman resemble a member of the Ku Klux Klan. The costumes initially worried Comedy Central executives, but the negative feedback received was minimal.
Pinkeye or Pink Eye may refer to:
- Conjunctivitis, an inflammation of the outermost layer of the eye and the inner surface of the eyelids
- Infectious bovine keratoconjunctivitis, an infectious conjunctivitis in cattle caused by the bacterium Moraxella bovis
- "Pinkeye" (South Park), an episode of the television series
- Pink Eye (film), a 2008 American horror film
- Pinkeye, a minor character from the novel Animal Farm
Usage examples of "pinkeye".
My guard and I were therefore forced to sojourn the night in the house of the sick child, where my own guard, rather fortuitously, as it turned out, managed to contract pinkeye, delaying our arrival yet another day.
We suffered neither cold sores, influenza, bronchitis, pinkeye, nor the other ills that children bring home from school and pass on to their parents.
His true name was Mebble, but everyone called him Pinkeye for his runny eyes.
As his men herded off the captives at spear-point, Arya saw Pinkeye emerge from the stairwell, blinking at the torchlight.
He had pinkeye, an unpleasant inflammation of the conjunctiva, and held a handkerchief to his face.