As the celebrities and the gingers battle over who gets possession of Mohammed, the Super Best Friends come to Mohammed's rescue. Meanwhile, Cartman may finally discover the "real" truth about the identity of his father.

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Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Soldier #1 / Soldier #2 / Doctor / Mr. Garrison / Randy Marsh / Sgt. Yates / Santa / Ginger Kid #2 / Mr. Hankey / Narrator / Joseph Smith / Policeman / Lao Tzu / Sea Man / Dr. Mephesto / Tom Cruise / Mr. Mouse / Richard Tweak / Moses / The Pope / Scott Tenorman / Krishna in the form of Neil Diamond / Russell Crowe / Rob Reiner (voice)
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As the celebrities and the gingers battle over who gets possession of Mohammed, the Super Best Friends come to Mohammed's rescue. Meanwhile, Cartman may finally discover the "real" truth about the identity of his father.

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Scott Tenorman's persona and the "Chili Carnival" is a direct reference to the one-shot graphic novel "Batman: The Killing Joke" and the Joker. See more »

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Eric Cartman (as Mitch Connor): [voiceover] Saigon. It's a hell of a place. I've seen a lot of death. A lot of suffering. Darkness that most people couldn't stand to see. I tried to sit it out as much as I could.
Soldier 1: What's the matter, Connor? Don't like a little blood?
Eric Cartman (as Mitch Connor): [voiceover] No, I don't like a little blood. Blood ain't the stuff for eighteen-year-old boys from Sheboygan. Blood ain't the stuff for Mitch Connor.
Soldier 2: Incoming!
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Excellent follow up to "200"
29 April 2010 | by (Canada(Montreal,Quebec)) – See all my reviews

This episode would probably have to be the most controversial in South Park history.After the episode "200", Trey & Matt received death threats from various extremist Muslim groups.Due to this, comedy central censored the episode greatly by bleeping all the references to the name Muhammad and even Kyle's final speech at the end.The episode is basically a continuation of the previous episode with the people of South Park trying to decide whether to give Muhammad to the gingers or the celebrities.Meanwhile, Cartman finds out who his father and the twist is very shocking to say the least! Many characters and plot points are re-referenced in the episode.Overall, 201 is an excellent follow up to an excellent two part episode!


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