I've tried to do a bit. However, I don't really have any idea what this part means: "However, the producers themselves bay evoke something deeper in these episodes, meaning that the satire is becoming satire to itself.
Many left-wing extremists argue otherwise, but some on the right still cling to the belief that the situation the episode explores may by elaborated in the future. The fact that comes and understands things through the eyes of a gay man is one common thing seen in this. I don't have access to this book, so could any of the other nominators address this one? If not, perhaps we should just cut it altogether I'm pretty sure it's gibberish anyway Speaking for myself, at least, I didn't add that to the cultural references section because it had already been mentioned and addressed in the "Conception and objections" section, and mentioning it again here would be redundant.
If you feel strongly it should be added, I can do it, but I'm not sure it's in the best interests of the article I'm going to leave it as-is for now. If there is no source, can you change it to "one of the most circulated" c10 December UTC Personally, I don't have a problem with images, but the policy says "Non-free content is used only if its presence would ificantly increase readers' understanding of the topic, and its omission would be detrimental to that understanding.
fay However, if you can source the image in the infobox, saying it is a parody of "It's a Small World", it would reinforce the need for the image. I've expanded the caption of the photo to reflect this.
Is this what you are looking for? The South Park team are the cows, but the Middle Park mascot is a horse.
This transcript also refers to it as a horse