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The short answer is no. Below is the long answer. It is also no. In the South Park episode 200 Tom Cruise and other celebrities ridiculed by the show over the years threaten to file a class action lawsuit against the town unless the town brings them the Prophet Muhammad. The celebrities want to obtain Muhammad's ability to not be ridiculed. Muhammad ...


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From the South Park Studios interview with Matt Stone (where users were encouraged to ask questions): j0l0n: from Henbob -> What made you think of the canadians having those funny head and everything is square? its brilliant! cheers MattStone: Well the idea came to us during a trip to Toronto. That's just the way they all look up there... In a ...


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Matt and Trey never censored South Park. The networks airing their show do the censoring as required by their broadcast licenses. A broadcast license is relative to the country that issues it. An Americian station's license is not govern by licenses required in Canada, even if their air waves cross the border. So you can watch an episode in Canada from the ...


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As Napoleon states, the original meaning of "gay" is "happy or carefree" but nowadays refers to homosexuality. In this South Park episode, the joke is that the choir organisation is being naive using the word "gay" when its meaning has changed. They think they are being fun and "down with the kids" when it's really the opposite. Incidentally, there is a ...


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There are various references to the Mr Kitty's Gender which are as - Mr Cartman always refers him as Mr. Kitty. Mr. is always used for male. Mr. Kitty would later have prominent role in "Cat Orgy", in which his/her gender has shifted back towards female Mr. Kitty's next real appearance would be in "Major Boobage", in which Cartman, Kenny, Kyle ...


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Mr.Kitty - SouthPark wikia mentions the gender as male. This is the gender potrayed throughout the series, with the exception of a single episode. The only episode where Mr.Kitty is depicted as a female is Cat Orgy. Mr. Kitty would later have prominent role in "Cat Orgy", in which his/her gender has shifted back towards female and he/she is in heat. ...


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Matthew Foscarini's... ...Answer is, pretty much. Just to extend a bit: you may still see recent episodes with bleeps. Matt and Trey explained in an interview that sometimes they use real children to make the voice acting. When this happens the script does not have actual cursewords but stuff like: Shat! Frog! Mother Froster! :) . And then the bleep ...


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While I haven't seen the episode, it may help you to know that the word "gay" once generally meant something like happy, jolly or merry and only nowadays came to more specifically mean homosexual (which is why you may usually find it used in older songs and the like and wonder what they're talking about). Maybe the makers of South Park are playing with this ...


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Due to his appearance and 'G' in his name, Kenny G is always targeted for being a a Gay. But the G stand for Gorelick because his real name is Kenneth Bruce Gorelic. Even he got Wikipedia controversy, which i don't know is real or not but surely got speculated on internet. So i think southpark doesn't made it all on their on but used the controversy ...


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Stick is using a play on words of 'Dire'; deploying it in the D&D manner of which TylerShads describes (no doubt inspired by GoT), but also in its common usage of meaning terrible. If someone is in Dire Straits, their situation is considered dreadful. Dire is traditionally used to indicate the relative lack of quality, promise or effort of something. To ...


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The term Dire is a Dungeons and Dragons trope where a beast that is larger and more powerful than a standard beast is known as a Dire beast-name-here. Such things can exist as Dire-Wolves, Dire-Bears, and Dire-Ferrets, if one should so desire. Therefore, it must just be a play on this joke due to the subject matter of this game being a parody of a lot ...


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The image you provided was taken from the "Stick of Truth" game, not from the TV episodes. There are few episodes of South Park that portray Canada as a really crazy place, but I don't remember seeing anything dire in any of them. The Wiki also doesn't mention anything about it. The "Stick of Truth" was written by Trey Parker and Matt Stone as any other ...


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This may be a reference joke to Game of Thrones, which they've taken the liberty of expanding on. In that series they have "Dire Wolves", which is essentially a very large wolf. An adult Dire Wolf would be about the size of a small horse. They're also very deadly, and extremely capable of killing, which in and of itself, should you run into one, would put ...


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From the Wikipedia article on South Park (which you could've found with a bit of Google): When the show began using computers, the cardboard cutouts were scanned and re-drawn with CorelDRAW, then imported into PowerAnimator, which was used with SGI workstations to animate the characters.[46][48] The workstations were linked to a 54-processor ...



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