With 'South Park' creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone receiving death threats from the radical Revolution Muslim regarding their depiction of Muhammad, their comedy brethren have shown their support. Last week, Jon Stewart came to their defense, and last night, 'The Simpsons' (sort of) did as well.
In the episode's opening credit sequence, Bart's ever-changing chalkboard line read "South Park - We'd Stand Beside You If We Weren't So Scared." It was a an affable sign of solidarity between the two animated giants.
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