Even though this happened again, it's no problem. Don't worry about it. Nothing about this situation will keep you from making fun of Christians.
The Collection Project Movie of the Day:
South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut (d. Trey Parker) is, in fact, a pretty funny movie. Satan's "Up There" number still absolutely kills me, and I remember seeing this in the theater, not thinking much of it, and then catching it on video and laughing myself stupid. But looking back on it now, the fact that the film was so widely embraced as sharp piece of satire seems pretty unsurprising. Which is not to say that it isn't that, but Trey Parker and Matt Stone are going after a pretty big, and pretty easy, target, which is censorship, with added shots at the military, and celebrities, and so forth. The big ones are censorship and parental responsibility, and I feel like that was all pretty low-hanging fruit, even at the time. Doesn't change the fact that it's funny, but I wouldn't call it necessarily brave. Still, critics, by and large, had the South Park film's back at the time, and it's considered something of a classic now. Parker and Stone have gone on to better things, and smarter, less obvious satire, since then, and have taken one or two stances that have taken real guts. The shit has hit the fan more than once, and the outrage tends to be strangely muted. Quiet murmurs of "Oh, that shouldn't be" followed up by a flurry of "Yes, but" qualifications tends to be the order of the day.
Stone and Parker need to change networks, or go on-line exclusively, or something. Anything to get away from this hypocrisy.