Tonight’s episode of South Park was the conclusion of a two-parter dealing with the Inkifada, free speech, and the merits of the show’s cartoon competition. Last week the show strongly implied that an image of Mohammed was coming, and ended with the question, “Will TV executives fight for free speech, or will Comedy Central puss out?” Well, when the pivotal scene came, it was censored out with the note that Comedy Central refused to air it — even though The Prophet has appeared before without incident. Pathetic.
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