Oh my god, they're trying to kill Kenny. And Cartman. But most of all, Mr. Hankey.
Moscow prosecutors have begun legal proceedings aimed at taking South Park off the air and permanently banning the ever-controversial cartoon after proclaiming the show "bore signs of extremist activity."
Although the series has long been running in a dubbed format on Russia's 2x2 network, the episode "Mr. Hankey's Christmas Classics" that aired in January apparently went too far for officials by joining Santa Claus, Jesus Christ, Satan, Adolf Hitler and, of course, the titular friendly waste, for a medley of holiday tunes. (Watch the episode here.)
"It offends the honor and dignity of Christians and Muslims alike," a statement from Moscow's Basmanny regional prosecutors' office said.
As Scientologists might say, welcome to the club.