South Park: Season 14
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All fourteen episodes from South Park's notorious 14th Season are packed into this exclusive three-disc set. Join Stan, Kyle, Cartman and Kenny as they dive into social networking, defend against annoying Jersey “muff cabbage” and finally reveal the secret identity of Mysterion in an epic three-part saga. Top that with some never-before-seen deleted scenes and a little crème fraiche, and you’ve got a collection that will leave you drooling. Shablagoo!!
- Bonus Episode: #1302 The Coon (airdate: 03/18/2009)
- Deleted Scenes
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But with episodes titled 200 and 201, they attempted to mock the self censorship of non-Muslims. In 2005 Islamists threatened violence against a Danish newspaper and Danes in general for depicting the Muslim prophet in a series of cartoons. In 2007 when Swedish artist Lars Vilks drew Mohammed. In 2010, Parker and Stone wrote a two part episode ridiculing self censorship under the threat of violence. The episode depicted Mohammed along with Jesus Christ, Joseph Smith, Buddha, Krishna and Seaman.
But when the episodes aired Parker and Stone's work was censored. A black box with the word "censored" was imposed over each depiction of Mohammed and on 201, the actual name Mohammed was beeped out. And at the end of the episode Kyle's "I learned something today" speech was beeped out entirely, as well as speeches by Jesus and Santa. These speeches didn't even mention the Islamic prophet's name but ridiculed those who use violence to prevent others from drawing or depicting the prophet. And neither of these episodes has been aired after their original airing.
So I bought Season 14 so I could see what I missed. When I learned that the everything censored when the show was broadcast 6 years ago was censored on the DVDs as well. At this point I felt cheated. Then I decided to play 201 again with the audio commentary turned on. And even Treay Parker and Matt Stone's commentary was beeped out. They were censored from being allowed to talk about censorship.
It's time for Comedy Central to grow some balls and stop cowardly censoring this material.