In the wake of death threats regarding the appearance of Muhammad in "200", Comedy Central heavily censored the following episode "201". In addition to bleeping out every utterance of his name, the whole of Kyle’s usual, “I learned something today...” speech was covered by one long bleep.
However, just recently a reddit user posted a link to an anonymously sourced audio clip of that un-bleeped, closing exchange between Kyle, Jesus, and Santa, in which they present that entire story’s tongue-in-cheek moral conclusion: that the best way to get what you want is to threaten other people with violence.
You can watch the uncensored version here.
And here’s a transcript, on the very good chance that either the audio or video may be removed:
- KYLE: Tha…
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I have decided to officially retire from this wiki.
I have been here for a number of years and have contributed to its development. When I started, there were under 500 articles; now there are over 2500. I have seen it grow from 3 editors to a full community. I'm so happy to see what South Park Archives has grown to, and the friends we've made along the way.
However, over the last few months I've found myself editing less and less. It is not because I've run out of things to do here; this is still a growing wiki and there is still so much we can accomplish with it. And it's not because I have lost interest with the television show; South Park is still something I love to watch and will always enjoy. I guess I've just run out of steam. For a l…Read more >
Democracy in action!
After holding a public vote, the South Park Archives contributors have decided to switch to comment sections on articles in place of rarely used talk pages.
Article comments give the visitors a chance to comment on the articles more freely, and are more immediate and open then talk pages.
If you would like to have a more in-depth discussion, you may use the Forum, which would have a better chance at receiving a reply.Read more >
Currently, every page has an attached talk page, for discussion about the article and/or how to improve it. However, far too often somebody will post a question or comment regarding a specific article and it will be weeks/months before there is a reply.
Another option is to have a short comment section at the bottom of articles (just like the bottom of this blog post). Article comments give the visitors a chance to comment on the articles more freely, whereas the "Talk" pages can be less open. It has its pros and cons, as article comments generally do give fans a sense of more boldness and freedom to talk amongst themselves, which may become a problem in some cases.
The My Little Pony Wiki does use this system and it works well for them.
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The first episode of Season Sixteen has not been announced yet, but Comedy Central is airing commercials containing several short clips from future episodes. Cartman and Butters hunt for a chupacabra, Betsy Donovan get stuck in a toilet, and Cartman thinks Zip Lines are stupid. Watch the clip:
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