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Cartoon Wars: Part 1 

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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Episode cast overview:
Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Randy Marsh / Panicking Man / Stephen Stotch / Mr. Mackey / Tom the News Reader / Mrs. Garrison / Michael Knight / Chris Griffin / Captain Kirk / Mr. T / Mr. Mackey / SNN News Reader / President of Fox / Policeman / Dylan / Narrator (voice)
Lois Griffin (voice)
Peter Griffin (voice) (as Juan Kimmelini)
Mona Marshall ...
Kyle McCulloch ...
Stewie Griffin (voice)
Dimitri Mendoza ...
Ike Broflovski (voice)
Dave Tennant ...
Brian Griffin (voice)


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

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5 April 2006 (USA)  »

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On the Fox Studio lot, there is a poster that reads 26. This is a parody for the television show 24. See more »


Herbert Garrison: Let's all look at why Muslims are upset. First of all, in the Muslim religion, you're not allowed to have what? Sex. Good. There's no sex until marriage in the Muslim world. Now, this would be fine except that in the Muslim religion you also can't... Anybody? Jack off. Okay, jacking it is strictly forbidden in the Muslim religion. And what do we know about the places Muslims live? They live in? Good, sand. Now put yourself in the shoes of a Muslim. It's Friday night, but you can't have sex, and...
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30 March 2008 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I love the, "Sand houses" joke, It's not exactly racist, aren't Egypt and Iraq surrounded by sand, and aren't these countries predominantly full of Muslims. As for your religion, go sell crazy elsewhere I don't buy a word of it. Why go out of your way to slam an episode? Seriously were you that upset by the jokes? Were all free to think as we please we are not being brainwashed by Matt and Trey, we can think for ourselves even when we watch, "unholy" shows like South Park.

Cartoon Wars is the bomb though seriously, I love this developed relationship between Cartman and Kyle where they simply hate each others guts. The characters in South Park have come along way from the fart humour and the, "one liners" from the earlier episodes.

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