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We delivered our version of the show to Comedy Central and they made a determination to alter the episode.

It wasn't some meta-joke on our part. Comedy Central added the bleeps. In fact, Kyle's customary final speech was about intimidation and fear.

It didn't mention Muhammad at all but it got bleeped too. We'll be back next week with a whole new show about something completely different and we'll see what happens to it.

These episodes showed South Park's reaction to a controversy regarding censorship of Muhammad depictions on two fictional episodes of Family Guy.

In the United States "" has never re-aired following its original debut as South Park would usually repeat during the week, and episodes from earlier in the season were shown instead.

Although South Park Studios generally makes unexpurgated versions of their episodes immediately available to view, the notice indicated Parker and Stone did not have network approval to show their original version, and thus no version of "" could be seen on the website.

The Canadian Comedy Network aired "" on April 25, , though the episode was censored as the American broadcast was, breaking the channel's multi-year practice of airing South Park completely uncensored.

Comedy Central has decided not to air these two episodes of South Park. It is a decision we've made with great reluctance. Comedy Central believes strongly in creative freedom of expression; when unique and deeply insightful creative talents like those behind South Park are able to express themselves freely, we all benefit.

However, the safety of our employees is our unquestioned number one priority, and therefore we have decided to take these precautionary measures.

During Mitch Conner's flashback of the Vietnam War at the beginning of the episode, " Time of the Season " by English rock group the Zombies plays in the background.

In its original American broadcast on April 21, , "" was watched by 3. The A. Club writer Sean O'Neal said "" was an improvement over "", but nevertheless felt "" was "less a cohesive episode than a grab bag of balls-out crazy scenes and cameos only loyal fans would really appreciate.

Isler said the bleeps added by Comedy Central provided some unintentional laughs and underscored the episode's underlying theme opposing censorship.

Margaret Wente , The Globe and Mail [11]. According to a Zogby International survey conducted after "" aired, a majority of Americans opposed Comedy Central's censorship of the episode.

No doubt, they'll try this stunt again. The consequence of this position is that the thugs win and people have more incentive to be thugs.

There are lots of people out there who would very much like to get certain kind of material removed, whether religious or political. The more they see others winning, the more they will be likely to do the same.

Behavior that gets rewarded gets repeated. Seventeen Pulitzer Prize -winning cartoonists protested the threats in a petition released April 27, The petition stated: [42].

We, the undersigned, condemn the recent threats against the creators of South Park, Matt Stone and Trey Parker, by the extremist organization, Muslim Revolution.

Freedom of expression is a universal right and we reject any group that seeks to silence people by violence or intimidation.

In the United States we have a proud tradition of political satire and believe in the right to speak or draw freely without censorship.

During the April 22 broadcast of Comedy Central's The Daily Show , host Jon Stewart responded to the censorship of "" with a ten-minute monologue about the death threats, expressing disgust toward Revolution Muslim, culminating with a song telling Revolution Muslim to "go fuck [themselves]".

Stewart criticized Comedy Central's decision to alter the episode, while simultaneously acknowledging they likely did so to protect their employees from "possible harmful repercussions".

It's better. As a result of Revolution Muslim's statement, Seattle cartoonist Molly Norris suggested that many people draw and publish pictures of Muhammad on May 20, , which she dubbed the "first annual Everybody Draw Mohammed Day ".

Norris herself went into hiding, shortly thereafter, on the advice of the FBI. You pick your battles. You have to judge how real the threat is against how funny the joke is.

How much do I care about the joke? In a oral history of South Park in The Hollywood Reporter , Vernon Chatman , the voice of Towelie as well as a writer and producer on the show said that after Comedy Central censored the episode, series co-creator Trey Parker purchased a ticket to South Africa and showed it to the head of the network as a threat because Dave Chappelle had fled to Africa, though Parker never actually went.

The depiction of Buddha snorting cocaine in "" and "" prompted the government of Sri Lanka to ban the entire series outright.

When playing the episode, prior to the theme playing, a text card appears saying: "The following episode appears as it originally aired on April 21, After it aired Matt Stone and Trey Parker released the following statement" and then shows the original message that was released after the episode aired.

Consequently, Muhammad, his name, and the speeches made by Kyle, Jesus, and Santa are still censored as in the broadcast version. Although the end speeches are still censored, the bleeps are accompanied with music on DVD, unlike the April 21, airing, which featured a raw audio bleep.

In the episode's audio commentary, Parker only comments on the opening scene, noting that they did the episode as intended and sent it in.

He and Stone comment that they are not supposed to talk about it. For the next several moments, a large audio beep obscures the commentary before Stone says "Yeah, that's pretty much it.

On January 31, , the original uncensored version of this episode was illegally leaked and distributed online without any approval of Comedy Central after a user on 4chan realized that the episode existed on the official website's web server and could be downloaded using rtmpdump.

Kyle : That's because there is no goo, Mr. You see, I learned something today. Throughout this whole ordeal, we've all wanted to show things that we weren't allowed to show, but it wasn't because of some magic goo.

It was because of the magical power of threatening people with violence. That's obviously the only true power. If there's anything we've all learned, it's that terrorizing people works.

Jesus : That's right. Don't you see, gingers, if you don't want to be made fun of anymore, all you need are guns and bombs to get people to stop.

Santa : That's right, friends. All you need to do is instill fear and be willing to hurt people and you can get whatever you want. The only true power is violence.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Kyle gives a satirical speech about the effectiveness of threats and violence. In the original broadcast and DVD release, the speech is completely obscured with a continuous audio bleep , and Muhammad is visually obscured by a black box.

Comedy Central was responsible for censoring the audio, drawing heavy criticism from audiences who felt the network did so in response to Muslim violence threats.

See also: Everybody Draw Mohammed Day. The real culprits here are not Muslims, but the cowards at Comedy Central. We no longer need a genuine terrorist threat to scare us into submission.

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The censorship drew strong criticism of Comedy Central. Critics said that the network's action would encourage further threats from radical groups.

In most places the episode " Sexual Healing " was shown instead of episode In the United Kingdom, some parts were removed, and a short on-screen message appears, stating the outline of the removed parts and "MTV on Viva " or "Comedy Central" " According to Nielsen Media Research , the episode was seen by 3.

On January 31, , the original uncensored version was leaked when it was pulled from the South Park Studios servers and was posted online in its entirety without approval by Comedy Central.

The episode opens with Cartman , as his hand-puppet persona Mitch Conner, narrating a flashback to Connor's medical discharge from his Vietnam War tour of duty in a parody of a scene from the film Apocalypse Now as the song " Time of the Season " by the Zombies plays in the background.

Back in the present, Mr. Garrison refuses to reveal the identity of Cartman's father, and instead sends Cartman to Dr. Mephisto's lab.

The Gingers arrive and take Muhammad and Cartman captive. The Super Best Friends are called to South Park to help; after their powers fail to subdue Mecha-Streisand, they pacify her by having Krishna adopt the form of Neil Diamond and providing her the opportunity to perform a duet with him.

The Gingers contact the celebrities and offer to share Muhammad in exchange for access to the celebrities' "goo transfer machine", which transfers Muhammad's power to remain free from ridicule to a target individual.

Depicted as a melodramatic madman, Scott has decorated his lair to represent the Chili Con-Carnival in which Cartman gained his revenge on Scott by tricking him into eating his own parents.

He reveals to Cartman that they shared the same father, former Denver Broncos player Jack Tenorman , meaning that by his act of revenge against Scott, Cartman had killed his own father and fed him to his half-brother.

The fight between the Super Best Friends, celebrities, and Gingers spills over into the Ginger lair, and Tenorman escapes in the confusion. Cruise questions why they are able to do this, which leads to a monologue from Kyle, Jesus Christ , and Santa Claus explaining that the goo does not exist, and that threatening people with violence is the only true answer.

In the censored version, this explanation is completely obscured by a continuous audio bleep. Mitch Conner reminds Cartman that he is "half-Bronco" as well and tells him that makes him "pretty cool" and departs.

The boys find Cruise crying for a place in which he can live without fear of mockery. Stan, Kenny and Kyle promise to help Cruise get to such a place.

The episode's closing shot is of Cruise's corpse lying on the Moon's surface alongside the corpse of the orca featured in " Free Willzyx ".

The episode continued multiple storylines from the previous episode " ", the th entry of the series. Parker and fellow co-creator Matt Stone decided to celebrate their th episode by revisiting several subplots that had been featured throughout the show's 14 seasons.

Multiple celebrities have been lampooned throughout the series' history, inspiring Parker and Stone to have all the past celebrities join in a class action lawsuit against the town of South Park.

Alphonse Mephisto and Kevin , characters that had not been featured on South Park for about 10 years. Hankey , Big Gay Al , Mr. Slave and Pip Pirrup.

Scott Tenorman, and the references to Cartman's murder of Scott's parents, were from the fifth season episode " Scott Tenorman Must Die ".

At the end of "", the dead body of Tom Cruise lies alongside the corpse of a killer whale , a reference to the ninth season episode " Free Willzyx ", in which the South Park boys help an orca escape a marine amusement park and flee to the moon, believing it to be a paradise.

One of the most prominent storylines from "", which continued into "", was the characters' efforts to bring Muhammad into public view.

This is based on two past controversies in Jyllands-Posten Muhammad cartoons controversy and Lars Vilks Muhammad drawings controversy , when European newspapers published cartoons of Muhammad, resulting in riots, global protests, and death threats toward the artists.

As a result of those incidents, many publications and television studios have refused to broadcast images of Muhammad in any form, which was the inspiration behind Tom Cruise's efforts to harvest Muhammad's apparent immunity to satire and ridicule.

In the week between the broadcasts of "" and "", the website for the New York-based radical Muslim organization Revolution Muslim posted an entry that included a warning to creators Parker and Stone that they risked violent retribution for their depictions of Muhammad.

The entry stated that they "will probably wind up like Theo van Gogh for airing this show. The author of the post, Zachary Adam Chesser , said it was meant to serve as a warning to Parker and Stone, not a threat, and that providing the addresses was meant to give people the opportunity to protest.

The entry included audio clips of a sermon by al-Qaeda imam Anwar al-Awlaki calling for the assassination of anyone who has defamed Muhammad, saying, "Harming Allah and his messenger is a reason to encourage Muslims to kill whoever does that.

Before "" aired, the New York City Police Department increased security at the Comedy Central headquarters in direct response to the threats.

Law enforcement officials said Revolution Muslim itself was "all talk" and had never engaged in any actual violence but they were concerned that the website post could inspire violence from others.

During the original broadcast of "" on April 21, , all references to Muhammad's name were obscured by audio bleeps. Several other portions of dialogue were also censored, including almost the entirety of three consecutive monologues spoken by Kyle, Jesus and Santa Claus at the end regarding the moral of the episode.

Muhammad's name appeared in the previous episode, "", without any such censorship. Immediately after the episode "" aired, the series website South Park Studios posted a notice that said Comedy Central had inserted "numerous additional bleeps throughout the episode" after Parker and Stone submitted their final cut to the network.

The network later confirmed they were responsible for the audio censorship. On April 22, , South Park Studios released a brief statement: [19].

In the 14 years we've been doing South Park we have never done a show that we couldn't stand behind. We delivered our version of the show to Comedy Central and they made a determination to alter the episode.

It wasn't some meta-joke on our part. Comedy Central added the bleeps. In fact, Kyle's customary final speech was about intimidation and fear.

It didn't mention Muhammad at all but it got bleeped too. We'll be back next week with a whole new show about something completely different and we'll see what happens to it.

These episodes showed South Park's reaction to a controversy regarding censorship of Muhammad depictions on two fictional episodes of Family Guy.

In the United States "" has never re-aired following its original debut as South Park would usually repeat during the week, and episodes from earlier in the season were shown instead.

Although South Park Studios generally makes unexpurgated versions of their episodes immediately available to view, the notice indicated Parker and Stone did not have network approval to show their original version, and thus no version of "" could be seen on the website.

The Canadian Comedy Network aired "" on April 25, , though the episode was censored as the American broadcast was, breaking the channel's multi-year practice of airing South Park completely uncensored.

Comedy Central has decided not to air these two episodes of South Park. It is a decision we've made with great reluctance.

Comedy Central believes strongly in creative freedom of expression; when unique and deeply insightful creative talents like those behind South Park are able to express themselves freely, we all benefit.

However, the safety of our employees is our unquestioned number one priority, and therefore we have decided to take these precautionary measures.

During Mitch Conner's flashback of the Vietnam War at the beginning of the episode, " Time of the Season " by English rock group the Zombies plays in the background.

In its original American broadcast on April 21, , "" was watched by 3. The A. Club writer Sean O'Neal said "" was an improvement over "", but nevertheless felt "" was "less a cohesive episode than a grab bag of balls-out crazy scenes and cameos only loyal fans would really appreciate.

Isler said the bleeps added by Comedy Central provided some unintentional laughs and underscored the episode's underlying theme opposing censorship.

Margaret Wente , The Globe and Mail [11]. According to a Zogby International survey conducted after "" aired, a majority of Americans opposed Comedy Central's censorship of the episode.

No doubt, they'll try this stunt again. The consequence of this position is that the thugs win and people have more incentive to be thugs.

There are lots of people out there who would very much like to get certain kind of material removed, whether religious or political.

The more they see others winning, the more they will be likely to do the same. Behavior that gets rewarded gets repeated. Seventeen Pulitzer Prize -winning cartoonists protested the threats in a petition released April 27, Instead, the celebrities decide to awaken the rebuilt Mecha-Streisand , a giant mechanical monster form of Barbra Streisand , who previously terrorized the town of South Park before being destroyed.

The celebrities hope to use Mecha-Streisand to force South Park to accept their demands. Meanwhile, due to the chain of events, Cartman decides Connor's scheme has become too complicated and tries to quit, but Connor convinces him to stay involved by revealing that the townspeople of South Park have lied to Cartman about his true father.

Although they previously claimed his hermaphroditic mother was his father, Connor insists this is a lie. Cartman confronts his school teacher Mr.

Garrison and Garrison's old hand puppet Mr. Hat , who admits to Cartman there was indeed a cover-up. Mecha-Streisand roars threateningly and continues her reign of destruction as the episode ends on a cliffhanger, setting the stage for Trey Parker South Park co-creator [2].

It was the th episode of the series. This led to the idea of the having all the celebrities band together in a class action lawsuit against the town.

Parker said their reactions mirrored the real-life reactions some of the celebrities had to their portrayals, adding, "If they could join forces, they probably would.

Stone said in writing the episode, they were determined not to produce a clip show , but to merge all of the old ideas into a new, original script.

The process proved challenging for the duo because it involved incorporating many ideas, subplots and characters into a single episode.

Various people have contributed to the site, including the creators of the animated series The Simpsons who used the opportunity to revisit another previous South Park theme, the episode " Simpsons Already Did It ", saying "We already [produced episodes].

This is based on two past controversies in Jyllands-Posten Muhammad cartoons controversy and Lars Vilks Muhammad drawings controversy , when European newspapers published cartoons of Muhammad, which was responded to with reactions of violent riots, global protests and death threats toward the artists.

As a result of those incidents, many publications and television studios have refused to broadcast images of Muhammad whatsoever, which was the inspiration behind Tom Cruise's efforts to harvest Muhammad's apparent immunity to satire and ridicule.

However, Muhammad had already been featured on-screen in the fifth season episode " Super Best Friends ", in which he is among a band of religious figures modeled after the superheroes in the Super Friends cartoons from the s and s.

The Super Best Friends are featured once again in "". Stan makes reference to that past use of Muhammad's image in "" by saying of Muhammad, "I saw him once Additionally, Muhammad has long been featured as one of the many characters shown in an image of dozens of South Park residents during the show's opening credits.

That image, however, has gone largely unnoticed, and thus has not drawn much controversy. Okay, we'll rip on the Catholics because they won't hurt us, but we won't rip on [Muslims] because they might hurt us.

Cruise spent much of that episode hiding in a closet , a reference to rumors about his sexuality. In "", he is found working in a fudge factory as a "fudge packer", a reference to alleged homosexuality.

Other celebrities mocked in "" include:. Near the end of "", the celebrities seek assistance from singer and actress Barbra Streisand, who resembles a giant two-legged mechanical monster.

This is a reference to Streisand's appearance in the first-season episode " Mecha-Streisand ", in which she transforms into a monster in the style of Mechagodzilla from the Godzilla franchise.

The Mecha-Streisand featured in "" is designed with more sophisticated computer imagery than the original, which was a simple cut-out style cartoon like the rest of South Park.

The episode ends with a cliffhanger involving Cartman's father. Several other references to previous South Park episodes are featured throughout "".

It marks the reappearance of Mr. Hat , a hand puppet that had been frequently used by Mr. Garrison during the early South Park seasons, but had long been abandoned in later episodes.

Several South Park episodes, most prominently the ninth-season episode " Ginger Kids ", have featured the ginger kids, which are children with fair skin, freckles and red hair.

In most cases, they have been made the subject of ridicule by Cartman, who views them in an offensively stereotypical way. During one scene, a frustrated Tom Cruise angrily jumps up and down on a couch while Oprah Winfrey sits next to him.

This is a reference to an incident on The Oprah Winfrey Show in , in which Cruise repeatedly jumped on the couch next to Oprah, fell to one knee and loudly professed his love for actress Katie Holmes.

Cruise has been repeatedly mocked for his behavior. In another scene, George Lucas and Steven Spielberg are shown to have actor Harrison Ford leashed, chained and ball-gagged, as the actor wears the fedora he wore in the Indiana Jones films.

In the episode, Burton is mocked for not having an original idea since the comedy horror film Beetlejuice , and for his tendency to feature film actor Johnny Depp in so many of his films that he should "just have sex with him [Johnny Depp] already".

In its original American broadcast on April 14, , "" was watched by 3. The episode received an overall 2. Among viewers between ages 18 and 49, it received a 1.

Ken Tucker Entertainment Weekly [11]. The episode received mostly positive reviews. Ken Tucker of Entertainment Weekly said he was surprised by the complexity of "" and the amount of South Park references and subplots it encompassed, especially the questions over Cartman's father.

Tucker praised the episode, and said, "With jokes raining down like hell-fire, the th episode spared no one except the South Park kids themselves.

Isler said the new material wasn't very funny, and that the rehashed material was not as funny as the first time they were shown, which was disappointing due to the hype surrounding the episode.

Club writer Sean O'Neal said the episode was funny, but that the original material was far outnumbered by rehashed jokes.

O'Neal said the use of all the celebrities demonstrated how South Park had been more original in early episodes, but now had "morph[ed] into something whose default mode is mocking famous people in the news".

Douglas Murray of The Daily Telegraph said of the episode, "I can't recommend it enough", [14] and particularly complimented the episode scenes with Buddha snorting cocaine and the South Park townspeople hiding Muhammad.

Murray said, "They make the point about the absurd self-censorship and thuggish intimidation surrounding the Islamic faith better than anything else I've seen.

Duncan praised the story, which she said "develops with [ South Park 's ] usual rude inferences and below-the-belt remarks". Broderick said it avoided the pitfalls of most landmark episodes by providing an original story in addition to the throwback references.

Zaino said the episode has "a wonderful sense of the absurd", particularly through the use of Mecha-Streisand and Cartman's hand-puppet. The group's spokesman, Ibrahim Hooper , said, "People are pretty tired of this whole 'Let's insult the prophet Muhammad thing.

Abu Talhah al Amrikee [11]. The website for the organization Revolution Muslim , a New York-based organization, posted an entry that included a warning to creators Parker and Stone that they risk retribution for their depictions of Muhammad.

It said that they would "probably wind up like Theo van Gogh for airing this show. The author of the post, Zachary Adam Chesser who preferred to be called Abu Talhah al Amrikee , [64] said it was meant to serve as a warning to Parker and Stone, not a threat, and that providing the addresses was meant to give people the opportunity to protest.

The entry included audio clips of a sermon by al-Qaeda imam Anwar al-Awlaki , calling for the assassination of anyone who has defamed Muhammad, saying, "Harming Allah and his messenger is a reason to encourage Muslims to kill whoever does that.

They insult our prophets Muhammad, Jesus, and Moses. Despite Chesser's statements that the website entry was a warning, several media outlets and observers interpreted it as a threat.

She said of the episode, "The 'South Park' episode of last weekend was not just funny, and it wasn't just witty.

There is one group of people, one religion[,] that is claiming to be above criticism. You might think it's offensive. But I don't know whether the risk—reward [ratio] is worth it.

South Park 1: Islamists 0. In response to the Revolution Muslim post, the South Park episode " ", which aired the following week and concluded the unresolved storylines from "", was heavily censored by Comedy Central.

The channel inserted audio bleeps over all references to Muhammad's name and other portions of dialogue, including the entirety of the ending speech by the show's main characters.

The Dutch version of Comedy Central began airing commercials for "" during the week of April 26, with the show scheduled to air on April When asked about this, a spokesperson for Comedy Central Netherlands said they had reluctantly decided the episode to be pulled, [76] along with the episode "".

Comedy Central has decided not to air these two episodes of South Park. It is a decision we've made with great reluctance.

Comedy Central believes strongly in creative freedom of expression; when unique and deeply insightful creative talents like those behind South Park are able to express themselves freely, we all benefit.

However, the safety of our employees is our unquestioned number[-]one priority, and therefore we have decided to take these precautionary measures.

On May 1, 18 days after the episode's original airdate, a failed car bomb attempt was discovered by the New York City Police Department near the eastern corner of 1 Astor Plaza in New York City, on West 45 Street, on a side street near the location of the world headquarters of Viacom , Comedy Central's parent company.

Some news outlets reported that police are looking into a possible link between the attempted bombing and the warnings of violence against Trey Parker and Matt Stone, although no such link has yet been established.

Congressman Peter T. King , who described as one possible motive "the whole issue with 'South Park,' which Islamic terrorists were threatening to have retribution for.

Younus Abdullah Muhammed, who runs the group's website, was in Times Square at the time speaking out against President Barack Obama with a loudspeaker.

But he said of the failed car bomb, "What do you think, I commanded somebody to blow up a building in the middle of Times Square?

It was not an attack targeting Viacom. The depiction of Buddha snorting cocaine in "" and "", prompted the government of Sri Lanka to ban the entire series outright.

The day after the episode aired, the episode was available for streaming on the site. After a week, like the other Muhammad episodes, it was taken off.

The message presented to the user for this episode is "We apologize that South Park Studios cannot stream this episode. Similarly the episode and its sequel are not available to stream or buy on services Netflix , iTunes , Hulu , or Amazon Prime Video.

Furthermore, digital copies of these episodes that were purchased prior to their ban from digital distribution are no longer available for streaming or download.

The latter two episodes were not previously censored from digital streaming services. Although "" was not currently available on the internet legally, and had not re-aired since April , it was confirmed on February 11, that "" will be released on DVD.

By this time, Cartman arrives with "Mitch Connor", a face painted on Cartman's hand as one-half of a ventriloquist act.

Previously, Connor had successfully impersonated actress Jennifer Lopez, and now Cartman and Connor return to the Lopez imitation in order to get involved in the lawsuit along with the other celebrities.

Connor soon secretly convinces Cartman that they should steal Muhammad's goo for themselves to sell on the black market for more than the lawsuit could offer.

Meanwhile, Kyle and Stan convince the Super Best Friends to let Muhammad come to town, but only if he stays in the back of a U-Haul truck and is not seen.

When the townspeople realize they must bring Muhammad to Cruise's limo, they allegedly put him inside a bear mascot outfit. South Park is about to give Muhammad to the celebrities when the exchange is interrupted by a bomb planted by the Ginger Separatist Movement, a group of fair-skinned, red-haired children who are tired of being made fun of for their physical appearance.

The Gingers want Muhammad for themselves, hoping to use his goo for their own means. They threaten to blow up the town if Muhammad is not turned over to them.

The people of South Park decide to turn Muhammad over to the Gingers, fearing the violence that will befall their town if they do not.

The celebrities are angered by this change in events, but refuse to resort to violence for fear of ruining their careers.

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