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South Park turns 200 tonight!
April 14th, 2010 under Comedy Central, South Park. [ Comments: none ]

Tonight is South Park’s 200th episode and what better way to celebrate the milestone than to have a class action suit filed against them from all the celebrities they have mocked throughout the 199 previous episodes. Tiger Woods, Britney Spears, Kanye West, Mel Gibson, Oprah Winfrey and Barbra Streisand are all back to get their revenge. Hopefully they won’t kill Kenny. So tune in to Comedy Central at 10p tonight to find out who will this fight…South Park or the celebrities?


Which is more offensive making fun of the way Steve Irwin died…Bill Maher or South Park?
October 29th, 2006 under Better than..., Comedy Central, South Park, Steve Irwin, Unadmirable People. [ Comments: none ]

Andrew Sullivan (Bill Maher) and Daily Mail (South Park) 

I have to go with Bill Maher is more offensive on this one because at least South Park admitted it was wrong…Bill Maher never would.  


OMG! South Park made fun of the late Steve Irwin!
October 27th, 2006 under Comedy Central, South Park, Steve Irwin, Unadmirable People. [ Comments: none ]

This is so wrong, but they kind of acknowledged it was wrong.


Saddam Hussein forced to watch South Park over and over?
August 28th, 2006 under Comedy Central, South Park. [ Comments: none ]

Saddam Hussein has been forced to watch South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut, according to the film’s co-creator Matt Stone.The former Iraqi leader is portrayed in the movie as a homosexual who is in a relationship with the devil, and Stone claims the prisoner is being forced to watch it "repeatedly" as he is held by US Marines.The South Park movie was banned on release in Iraq seven years ago.Stone reveals: "I have it on pretty good information from the Marines on detail in Iraq that they showed him the movie. That’s really adding insult to injury. I bet that made him really happy."

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Can we do this Tom Cruise until either he comes out of the closet or we see Suri? 


Why I love the South Park boys!
August 7th, 2006 under Comedy Central, Mel Gibson, South Park. [ Comments: none ]

Comedy Central, which leaped into its archives and reaired a South Park episode lampooning Tom Cruise when the episode was nominated for an Emmy, announced over the weekend that it will rerun an episode that was aimed at Mel Gibson on Wednesday night. The episode, which aired in 2004, is called "The Passion of the Jew," a take-off on Gibson’s The Passion of the Christ and at one point implies that Gibson is an anti-Semite. Meanwhile, TV Guide is reporting that Icon Productions, Mel Gibson’s production company, is planning to battle ABC if it refuses to proceed with a planned miniseries that deals in part with the Holocaust — or if it engages another production company to take on the project.

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