Kyle, has a nightmare where his brother Ike is blown up in a terrorist bombing, and he realizes it is for the greater good to get the episode pulled. While doubtful of Cartman's motives, Kyle decides to go with him. Meanwhile, the town holds a meeting at City Hall on what they should do. It's suggested that to show that they did not watch, hear, or support the episode by burying their heads in the sand. Stephen Stotch then makes a stirring speech that they should stand up for free speech, and not give into terrorism. Despite this, Randy Marsh says he likes the sand idea better the rest of the town agrees. Though Stan tries to call this stupid, Randy scolds, "Stanley, there's no time for your immaturity! Do it!" It's unknown what became of Stan afterwards.
Cartman, with Kyle on tricycles, lets it slip that he is not looking to get the Family Guy episode off the air, but the whole show. Kyle brings up the point that Cartman's humor is similar to Family Guy's, and asks why he would want it off the air. Eric Cartman threatens Kyle to never compare him to Family Guy. Kyle realizes Cartman doesn't care about the Muslim people or religion, and used fear try to get Family Guy off the air.
Cartman explains to Kyle that the reason he wants Family Guy off the air is because everyone is always comparing his sense of humor to them. He tells Kyle that when he make jokes, it is inherent to a story, deep, emotional jokes based on what is relevant and has a point, unlike Family Guy, that just has one interchangeable joke after another. After distracting Kyle, Cartman jumps on his Big Wheel, and rides off followed by Kyle, leading to a chase scene which ended when Cartman was able to drive Kyle off the road using Cheesy Poofs. After Kyle's tricycle falls off a cliff it somehow blows up. While riding away Kyle states that he won't let Cartman win.
George Bush meets with the President of the Fox Network, trying to get him to pull the episode. The president of the Fox Network then tells President Bush that he couldn't and there was something he needed to know about the writers of Family Guy.