Friday, March 17, 2006

All Hail Dark Lord XENU!

The South Park wars are escalating, as Comedy Central pulls the repeat of the Scientology send-up in the face of rampaging Scientology jihadists (well, apparently ONE rampaging Scientologist jihadist, whose name shall remain unspoken but who once jumped up and down on Oprah's couch). Read about it in Variety. South Park creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker issued the following deeply moving and heartfelt statement to the entertainment biz magazine:
"So, Scientology, you may have won THIS battle, but the million-year war for earth has just begun! Temporarily anozinizing our episode will NOT stop us from keeping Thetans forever trapped in your pitiful man-bodies. Curses and drat! You have obstructed us for now, but your feeble bid to save humanity will fail! Hail Xenu!!!"

The duo signed the statement "Trey Parker and Matt Stone, servants of the dark lord Xenu."
Comedy Central replaced the episode with the far more politically correct CHEF'S CHOCOLATE SALTY BALLS episode.

I say, Gorge Crooney, you pompous jackass, why aren't you and your Hollywood butt weasels speaking up about this overt attempt at censorship? Afraid you'll have Sci-jihadists looting and burning up and down Roseo Drive?


Eric said...


If it's possible to choose your holy war, I think it's physically safer going up against Islam than Scientology. You got nuts man!

FWIW, I am not Scientologist. Which in modern Hubbard-ese means I am, but I'm not. Or am I? Do I write a blank check or go to my deprogramming session?

Damn...where's my coffee?

Anonymous said...

I'm in!

Walt Rauch

Anonymous said...

Perhaps Scientology is more PC than, say, fundamentalist bible thumpers? Hysterics over religion (any religion) is a good reason to promote skepticism and rational thinking!

Anonymous said...

Comedy Central might well have gotten intelligence that a certain couch-bouncing Scientologist was planning to blow himself up, along with innocent studio guests, if the lampooning didn't cease.

Might be good for the ratings, but then who would protect us from the Martians?