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Quite simply, the creators grew tired of killing him off every episode. While it was initially fun thinking up new ways for him to die, after several seasons Parker and Stone found it to be incredibly mundane. Coupled with the rising popularity of a newer character, Butters Stotch, the creators were growing very tired of Kenny and thus decided to kill Kenny ...


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Ultimately your question is a legal one--and as many of us are not practicing lawyers (or representing ourselves as one), I cannot attest to whether there is any legal protection. However, I believe the gag they are aiming for is less "you can't sue whom you can't identify" and more trying to introduce humor in the irony of juxtaposing "I'm not scared of ...


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Can using fake names or pseudonyms in the credits really protect you from legal troubles? As a legal question, that would depend on the jurisdiction and the laws therein. In the US, one would have to consider a variety of things to make this a winnable case: is it libel or slander (if it is, there is a chance to seek damages)? is it parody (parody ...



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