A repeat of "Bloody Mary," this season's South Park finale, was pulled from Comedy Central's lineup following complaints by the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights.
Catholic groups protested this episode and wanted Viacom and Comedy Central to ban the episode from TV. They also wanted it withheld from the Season 9 DVD.
Randy: Uh, you shouldn't drink, because it leads to bad things. I was in jail for the night and uh, other bad things. So just don't drink and if you must drink, definitely don't drive. I've definitely learned that first hand. That's all, I guess.
Ms. Garrison: Well, I guess we've all learned a lesson, haven't we class? If you don't make the right choices in life, you could end up being a big loser like Stan's dad. Drinking and driving is for idiots, no one wants to end up like Stan's dad, do they? I want you all to take a look at Stan's dad and say, 'Is that who I wanna be in 30 years? Getting tickets and having to go to elementary school classrooms and talking about how pathetic I am?' Thank you, Mr. Marsh, I think you've made your point.
Stan: Dad, aren't you not like, supposed to drink and drive?
Randy: I'm not drinking while I'm driving, I'm driving while I'm drinking!
Reporter: Tom, I'm standing in the garden of St. Peter's church in Bailey, where what some call a miracle is taking place. The statue of the Virgin Mary has started to bleed.... out its ass.
Reporter: Having investigated closely, the Pope determined that the blood was not coming from the Virgin Mary's ass, but rather, from her vagina. And the Pope said, quote, 'A chick bleeding out her vagina is no miracle. Chicks bleed out their vaginas all the time.'
In this episode, Stan says he is eight years old. But in a couple of earlier episodes, he said he was nine.