Last night's "South Park" may not have been as controversial as last week's censor-fest, but it did feature an awesome parody of A&E's "Intervention." The guys absolutely nailed the tone of the show that follows a drug addict and the friends who try to save him/her with a loving dose of over-the-top drama. The hilarious episode featured the talking heads, the denial, and of course, the crystal meth. Just happens to be that the addict in question is the strung-out towel, Towelie... and the intervention took place at a camp for the disabled. Remember, this is "South Park." It'd be weird if the episode wasn't called "Crippled Summer."