Sources from inside Paramount and South Park Studios report that parent company Viacom pulled last night's scheduled repeat of the high-rated "Trapped in the Closet" episode after the humorless Scientologist movie star Tom Cruise threatened to cancel all publicity for Mission Impossible:3 if Comedy Central aired the episode that satirizes Scientology and mocks his sexuality again.
Not only is this the first time that the South Park creators have been officially censored in their ten hit seasons with Comedy Central, Viacom officials also reportedly ordered Matt Stone and Trey Parker not to discuss the reason why their episode was cancelled.
The South Park boys are said to be angry, but will probably get revenge with the manner in which they deal with Scientologist Isaac Hayes' departure from the show.
Here is the South Park episode Tom Cruise doesn't want you to see. Spread the word around and make sure every single person on the planet watches it. In your face Tommy!
It's just like when Tom Cruise sued the gay porn actor who claimed they had an affair. By over reacting like an idiot, rather than make a rumor or a joke just fade away, he makes sure to kick a fuss and not let anyone forget. What a douchebag*.
And of course don't get me started with Isaac Hayes. He's no just a hypocrite for leaving South Park over the Scientology jokes, he's also a bigot. That's what you are when you laugh at the believes of others, but not at your own. I hope Trey and Matt are going to tear that asshole apart in one their future episodes. They must be very angry and plotting their revenge right at this moment. Sweet!
What's wrong with me? Two days in a row I'm posting about Tom Cruise! I should be writing Path to Design part 4! Sorry, not more Tom Cruise** for a while (unless he does something else that is amazingly embarassing/stupid/annoying which is very likely).
* What does douchebag actually mean? Couldn't find it on Wikipedia. Regardless, I'm pretty Sure Tom Cruise is one of those. [edit: Check the comments for the answer]
** If you're reading this blog, Mr. Cruise, please don't sue me.