Yeah, that's weird. Of course, it will only make the episode more popular! I know I need to see it now
Has this ever happened before? Like South Park actually getting an episode pulled?Did Comedy Central grant the Catholic League its Christmas wish?
Following the Dec. 7 season finale of South Park, titled "Bloody Mary," the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights slammed the network for its irreverent portrayal of church icons and sought to block the episode from being rebroadcast.
It appears the group may have met with success. A repeat of the finale was scheduled to air Wednesday night, but was pulled from the Comedy Central lineup without explanation.
Comedy Central did not respond to a request for comment on why "Bloody Mary" was yanked from the schedule.
Screencaps of the episode were no longer available on Comedy Central's press site or on comedycentral.com's South Park section.
You mean Catholic. Many religious people aren't Catholic. (I guess they rack disciprine.)timr_42 said:It was pretty bad, well if you are very religous.
I love 'A Woodland Critter Christmas'. That has to be one of my all-time favorites. The mountain lion cubs montage about learning how to perform abortions has me in tears every time I see it. I've got to look at the listings to see if it's going to be on again soon.JohnJr said:The animal christmas episode always grosses (sp?) me out a lot more.
I fully encourage making fun of religious fanatics, I'm just not a fan of South Park's scorched earth way of doing so anymore.originally posted by Jesda
That episode ROCKED. They made fun of the tards who see Mary in their trees, clouds, and toilets.
Same hereSatchel said:I turned it off...the turning point for me was the bleeding statue of the Virgin Mary...she was bleeding from her...well, um...rear end...
that was over the line for me...