After receiving death threats last week from a radical Muslim group, the creators of "South Park" have returned to their regularly offensive programming in episode 202.
Trey Parker and Matt Stone, who both grew up in Colorado, have made a career out of making fun of people, but last week was the first time they ever put their lives in danger for it.
Episode 200 featured the prophet Mohammed dressed up in a bear suit, prompting a group known as Revolution Muslim to issue the threat.
After the controversy, Comedy Central censored episode 201, bleeping out the word Mohammed every time it was mentioned, and blocking the prophet's image with a banner.
Immediately after the censored episode aired, Parker and Stone blasted Comedy Central for the censorship.
In last night's storyline, Parker and Stone had already moved on, and were back to offending everyone else in the known universe.
Episode 202, entitled "Crippled Summer," featured a crack smoking towel at a camp for the disabled, and included a typical anti-Semitic rant from Eric, a long running joke on the show.
Parker and Stone, who met while studying film at the University of Colorado, have been offending audiences since 1996, and they don't plan on stopping anytime soon.
Last week they posted on their website: "In the 14 years we've been doing South Park we have never done a show that we couldn't stand behind."
The audience for "South Park" knows what to expect when they tune in, and for them Parker and Stone's no holds barred sense of humor is the main appeal. As one fan said on Twitter last week, "LOL (laugh out loud). This is why I love South Park."