Last night’s “South Park” episode ridiculed Comedy Central for censoring Trey Parker and Matt Stone: the writers panned the station for not allowing them to depict Muhammad the way they do other religious figures.

Included in the episode was a character of Catholic League president Bill Donohue; he was previously featured in another show. But in last night’s episode, Donohue had no speaking role, an indication, some are speculating, that Comedy Central is wary he might mimic his Muslim brothers if provoked.

When asked whether this was true, Donohue said, “I don’t use machetes when I’m angry—I usually just reach for another cold one.”

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