10/31/2013 06:16 am ET Updated Oct 31, 2013

'South Park': Foofa Of 'Yo Gabba Gabba!' Does Her Best Miley Cyrus To Appear More Grown Up

"South Park" tackled the Miley Cyrus MTV Video Music Awards scandal by targeting another famous child entertainer. Foofa of "Yo Gabba Gabba!" was inspired by Ike's sudden puberty burst -- a result of Canada adopting a website to manage its healthcare system to disastrous results -- to do a little growing up herself. She was tired of being wholesome, and so she went in a "strange" new direction.

It all culminated in what was destined to be a shocking performance at the MTV VMAs, with Ike by her side as her new manager. But Kyle reached out to his little brother, trying to tell him that he didn't have to grow up so quickly. Just let it happen naturally -- it's not necessary to force it.

The plea worked on little Ike, who came home and got his medication corrected. But "Yo Gabba Gabba!" will never be the same. With her bandmates pleading for her to reconsider, Foofa turned her back on them and took to the stage in a red teddy.

"South Park" skewers everything, Wednesdays at 10 p.m. ET on Comedy Central.

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