An uncensored version of South Park's controversial Muhammad episode has surfaced · A.V. Club
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Wow, they proved the point of the episode:
Remember back in 2010, when a radical Muslim group issued a totally rad death threat toward the creators ofSouth Park, hoping to “raise awareness” of the fact that Trey Parker and Matt Stone might be murdered over depicting a cartoon Muhammad in a bear suit? And then a panicked Comedy Central not only blacked out all appearances of the prophet in the following episode, it also bleeped out every utterance of his name and the whole of Kyle’s usual, “I learned something today…” speech? Indeed, we all had a good chuckle about the ironic censorship of an episode mocking censorship, then returned to our lives as Triscuit-eating filth awaiting damnation. But the death wish that is our curiosity about the inflammatory remarks of cartoons has persisted, owing to the fact that “201” has still never been heard in its uncensored version anywhere (not even on the DVD)… until now.
Earlier today, Reddit user "dudSpudson" posted a link to an anonymously sourced audio clip of that un-bleeped, closing exchange between Kyle, Jesus, and Santa, in which they present that entire story’s tongue-in-cheek moral conclusion: that the best way to get what you want is to threaten other people with violence.Here’s a video with the restored audio, thanks to Reddit commenter “sp201.”