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While the press release did not specifically mention "Trapped in the Closet," Parker and Stone assert that he quit because of the episode and its treatment of Scientology, as Hayes was a member.Stone commented that Hayes practiced a double standard regarding the treatment of religion on South Park: "[We] never heard a peep out of Isaac in any way until we [lampooned] Scientology.South Park is an American animated sitcom created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone.Its frequent depiction of taboo subject matter, unusual (especially Sophomoric) humor and portrayal of religion for comic effect has generated controversy and debate throughout the world over the course of its 20 seasons.Hickory Flat Elementary School in Cherokee County, Georgia issued a ban on wearing any South Park clothing.In a 1999 poll conducted by Nat West Bank, eight- and nine-year-old children in the United Kingdom voted South Park's character Eric Cartman their favorite personality.Isaac Hayes, the voice of the character Chef, quit South Park.A press release cited his objections to the show's attitudes toward and depiction of various religions.
In a 2016 oral history of South Park in The Hollywood Reporter, Hayes's son, Isaac Hayes III, confirmed that the decision to leave the show was made by Hayes' entourage while Hayes was unable to make such decisions on his own.This drew the concern of several parent councils, who were expecting a children's television show character to top the list, and the headmaster of a Cambridgeshire public school urged parents to prevent their children from watching the show. The following program contains coarse language and due to its content it should not be viewed by anyone." The conservative advocacy group Parents Television Council has frequently criticized South Park for "over-the-top vulgar content" and "tastelessness," condemning the show as a "curdled, malodorous black hole of Comedy Central vomit" that "shouldn't have been made." Several other Christian activist groups have protested the show's parodies of Christianity-related matter and portrayal of Jesus Christ—whom South Park has depicted saying "Goddamn," shooting and stabbing other characters, and as unable to perform actual miracles.while being accompanied by the following warning: "All characters and events in this show—even those based on real people—are entirely fictional. In its review of the South Park movie, the Child Care Action Project stated that children who watch either the show or film would have their efforts to "understand or [develop] an understanding of the Gospel" hindered or corrupted.TV-MA: This program may contain one or more of the following: crude indecent language (L), strong sexual content (S), or graphic violence (V).To note, some episodes on syndication have been reclassified TV-14.