Tom Cruise Has More Power Than Colonel Sanders And Queen Elizabeth COMBINED
You are all probably aware that Isaac Hayes recently left South Park because of their intolerance about religion. Isaac had no problem when South Park made fun of Christianity, Judaism, Wiccans, Muslims, Buddhists, Mormons and believers in Santa Claus but making fun of Scientology was apparently too much for him. It's a good week for hypocrisy if you like that sort of thing.
But it gets worse for the South Park guys. Or better, depending on your perspective. Now the episode making fun of Scientology has been yanked from the schedule. Rumor has it that Tom Cruise threatened to not promote "Mission: Impossible 3" if the offending episode ran. Comedy Central is owned by Viacom and so is Paramount - the studio putting out the film. It makes sense to me. But those guys took it in stride. To wit, their statement on the matter: "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... You have obstructed us for now, but your feeble bid to save humanity will fail!"
Good job, guys. Humor is always the best way to strike back at pretentious wanks who don't even know how to properly control their girlfriends.
The only thing about Isaac Hayes worth noting? His character had the only quote I use from South Park and it goes: "Damn woman, I just gave you sweet lovin' five minutes ago!" and I have pretty much only used it when I have been out with a friend and she has asked me an innocuous question and we were in a crowded place where I knew everyone would gawk at her. I hope the South Park guys won't mind if I go right on using it.