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    That's gotta be a REAL old one...
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    I believe it's the one that ran in today's newspapers.
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    He's on hiatus I believe (to write/help draw Season 2 of Boondocks I think), so it is probaby old...
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    Probably right. I don't get it in my local paper, but it does run in the one the next city over so I see it sometimes in there.
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    Anyone seenn the two part arc Cartoon Wars yet

    Man that was hilarious!

    For people who've seen it, does anyone know if the bit at the end when Comedy Central say they have censored the Prophet is a joke or did they really censor Muhammad?
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    I think it was written that way.
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    What, as a joke?
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    Well, it was kinda the point of the entire message of the two episodes.


    This was about censorship and freedome of speech, it really had nothing to do with Family Guy at all (although it is true Parker and Stone HATE being compared to FG).
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    Yeah, they used Cartmen to express their feelings towards the show.

    I've found out now, Comedy Central did actually censor the Prophet, and that the episode was used to express censorship and freedom of speech, just like what KamikaZ said
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