TV Series | TV-MA | | Animation, Action, Comedy
Pop culture references fly thick and fast as stop-motion animation is featured in sketches lampooning everything from television movies to comic books.
The first season contained seventy uses of the "f" word, whereas South Park (1997)'s first season only consists of about twenty.
I'm Bill Clinton! I'm gonna push over this cow!
The fourth season's first ten episode titles forms the message: "Help me. I'm trapped in a DVD factory. They took my thumbs. Two weeks without food. Tell my mom I love her, but not in that way. Love, Maurice. PS: Yes, in that way."
The fourth season's last ten episode titles forms the factory's response: "Dear Consumer, we are a humble factory. Maurice was caught unionizing our labor. President Hu forbids it! Due to constraints of time and budget, the ramblings of Maurice cannot be erased, so sorry. Please do not notify our contractors. Especially the animal Keith Crofford!"
(The titles are scrambled due to release date/production schedules)
The aired episodes have all utterances of "Jesus Christ" as a swear word bleeped out. The DVD leaves them uncensored, but still censors all other language.