Saturday, March 25, 2006

'South Park' funnier, edgier, more liked than ever

'One afternoon in February, Matt Stone got bored, turned on the TV and freaked out. Onscreen, thousands of Muslims were rioting over cartoons of Mohammed. "I was like, 'Oh, f*#%, look what we did! We have to get on the phone to a lawyer!'" the co-creator of South Park remembers. As it turned out, the protests had nothing to do with the South Park episode in which the prophet Mohammed plays a superhero; they were about political cartoons in a Danish newspaper. Stone was disappointed. "I was like, 'Danish cartoons? That's our competition? The f*#%$# Danish?'"...' More


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