“200 and “201”

201 (South Park) – Wikipedia

“201” is the sixth episode of the fourteenth season of South Park, and the 201st overall episode of the series. It originally aired on Comedy Central in the United States on April 21, 2010. The episode continued multiple storylines from the previous episode, “200”, in which a group of angry celebrities demand South Park produce the Muslim prophet Muhammad.

Directed by: Trey Parker

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REGULATIONS OF THE COMMISSIONER OF EDUCATION …

This copy of Parts 200 and 201 of the Regulations of the Commissioner of Education is presented for general informational purposes as a public service. Although reasonable

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“200 and “201” – The 15 Most Controversial TV Show

In all, both “200” and “201” proved to be an absolute mess for the network, which found itself in a lose-lose situation from the start. Ironically, the two-part episode was nominated for

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