I'm upset, but I really understand why this episode was pulled. (This situation really, REALLY reminds me of Kyle's "do the right thing" speech "Cartoon Wars Part II" BTW). I can handle not seeing this episode for now, I'm just concerned about the death threats.
(And if what I heard was true, episode 201 didn't even show Muhammad...I heard that it turned out to be Santa in the bear costume...so, wtf? At least watch something before you threaten to KILL someone over it. Sheesh.)
Anyways, I'm sad, sure, but I'm not going to b*tch about it. Not about how Comedy Central is "pussing out", not about the terrorism, and especially not about being unable to watch it (Seriously, not the biggest concern ever right now regarding SP).
Though, I do believe that Comedy Central should have at least asked Matt and Trey for permission before bleeping out half the episode.
- Tried to do an old school episode but missed out more fan faves than they included
- Resurrected a question I thought had a perfect answer only to provide a more cliche / predictable alternative. Cartmans mum being his dad was Old-style SP at its best
- Tenorman scenes seemed like overly long unnecessary re-caps of what we already know
- Half the episode was beeped which turned into its funniest part; i'm unsure if it would be nearly as good uncensored, certainly lacking the contraversy thats making it popular
As for good sides, it did bring Pip's corpse back and give him a proper funeral: the celebrity scenes were great they worked well together: as controversial as south park should be.
Making me love super best friends more; it was already one of my favourites but seeing it do something the show can't antmore puts it up the top
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