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Penn And Teller Take Bull By The Horns - 2007-09-11

F0.png Penn And Teller Take Bull By The Horns September 11, 2007, MTV News

But Penn and Teller weren't the only cultural guerillas with a knife out for Scientology, and in 2005, their friends Trey Parker and Matt Stone, the creators of "South Park," came up with a now-classic episode of their own show called "Trapped in the Closet" -- a double hit on Scientology and one of its most famous promoters, Tom Cruise. Penn was a little bummed about being beaten to the punch, but now he wonders how much "BS" really could have done with Scientology. " "South Park" can play a cheerleader role," he says. "Like with Ouija boards, where everybody knows it's bullsh -- and you just join in. But I always like there to be some sort of revelation, some really surprising information. And everyone who's not a Scientologist already knows it's bullsh -- ."

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