Jesus Christ was depicted watching pornography on Comedy Central’s Wednesday episode of “South Park” and Buddha was doing cocaine, but there was no mention of the Prophet Muhammed. His name was bleeped out and the word “CENSORED” appeared throughout. The show aired just days after “South Park” creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker were targeted by a fringe Muslim extremist website for their portrayal of Muhammed in a recent episode. The site RevolutionMuslim.com posted a picture of activist filmmaker Theo Van Gogh’s murdered body and below it the words “Have Matt Stone and Trey Parker forgotten this?” Van Gogh was stabbed to death in 2004 after producing a film critical of the treatment of women in Islam. The post embedded YouTube videos of Stone and Parker and urged viewers to quote, “remove this filth.” The site also posted a link to a “Huffington Post” article that indicates where the cartoonists’ Colorado homes are located.