Comedy Central broadcasted an episode of South Park which is going to generate a lot of buzz. This episode (first of two parts) of Trey Parker and Matt Stone's tv-show is centered around the Mohammed cartoon controversy. All the details at The Officer's Club, Newsbusters.org, Michelle Malkin and USS Neverdock. If you can't wait to watch it on television, you can watch it online (divided in three segments) here, here and here. Enjoy, you bastards!
UPDATE. The Right Side of American blogosphere (what do you say, there's also a rive gauche? sorry, doesn't ring a bell...) really appreciated last South Park episode. A quick round-up of the blogstorming: Captain's Quarters, Dhimmi Watch, GOP Vixen, The Anchoress, Betsy's Page, The Political Pit Bull, Brendan Loy, The Irish Trojan's Blog, Vie de Malchance, The Byzantine Spy's Journal, Vicki Fox, Lag in Iraq, Are We Lumberjacks?, Black Five, Southern California View from the Right, Belch Speak, Foehammer, Rocketman's Revenge, The Freedom Fighters Journal, The Valium Sofa, KC Writer, Ed Driscoll, Blacke Knights Hideout, Seattle Scribe, The Pure Investor Blog, Prairie Pundit, The Thunder Run, Super Fun Power Hour, Sammenhold.
UPDATE (2). A South Park citizen tries to convince a dhimmi crowd: "Freedom of speech is at stake here, don't you all see? If anything, we should all make cartoons of Mohammed and show the terrorists and the extremists that we are all united in the belief that every person has a right to say what they want. Look people, it's been really easy for us to stand up for free speech lately. For the past few decades, we haven't had to risk anything to defend it. One of those times is right now. And if we aren't willing to risk what we have now, then we just believe in free speech, but won't defend it".