South Park: Season 10, Episode 3

Cartoon Wars: Part 1 (5 Apr. 2006)

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Cartman begins a one-man crusade to get "Family Guy" taken off the air after it shows an image of Mohammed. But his real motive is not that it's offensive to Muslims--it's because the show's not funny.

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Muslims protest when an image of Mohammed is planned to be shown on "Family Guy." Written by Mike

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Chris Stotch: Freedom of speech is at stake here, don't you all see? If anything, we should all make cartoons of Muhammad, and show the terrorists and the extremists that we are all united in the belief that every person has a right to say what they want! Look, people, it's been real easy for us to stand up for free speech lately. For the past few decades we haven't had to risk anything to defend it. But those times are going to come! And one of those times is right now. And if we aren't willing to risk what...
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First I must mention I have not fully seen the sequel because it was malfunctioning, so I will comment solely on this first episode. This is another one of South Park's great episodes/two parters by itself, but has achieved deeper meaning now because of recent controversy when South Park was talking about Mohammed a month or two ago and ran into censorship problems and actually received death threats. This episode also brings up important issues of the first amendment and how much it should cover. This episode does belittle the writing of Family Guy and its integration of jokes, something I have noticed for a while about Family Guy and caused me not to continue watching once each episode was filled with jokes containing no relevancy to anything. No matter how far-fetched a South Park joke may seem, it always ties in at the end. The writing of South Park is almost consistently excellent some exceptions each season, unlike with Family Guy where I feel dumb after watching.


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