By this time, Cartman enters suspended animation, and a freak avalanche has buried his body.

Cartman ultimately remains frozen for over five centuries, until being discovered and thawed out by members of the Unified Atheist League (UAL).

It reminded him of the Judean People's Front and the People's Front of Judea from the film Monty Python’s Life of Brian, but felt that too much of the episode was devoted to ridiculing him by depicting him having sex with Ms. He commented, "That isn't satire because it has nothing to do with what I stand for.

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However, they mention that before they are willing to take him there, they require some information alluding to a person they believe he knew in his time: the founder of the UAL who helped initiate a great event that made the entire world atheist.

Suddenly, the UAL comes under attack from a rival group, the United Atheist Alliance (UAA), and Cartman is taken captive aboard a UAA ship.

I wouldn't have minded so much if only it had been in the service of some serious point, but if there was a serious point in there I couldn't discern it." In a Q&A session at the Free Library of Philadelphia, Dawkins said: "I would have thought they could at least have got an actor that could do a proper British accent.

Now, if only I could be offered a cameo role in The Simpsons, I could show that actor how to do a real British accent." When asked about the episode in a 2012 interview with Playboy magazine, Dawkins, who said it was the only episode of South Park he had seen, thought the fighting among the different atheist sects had "a certain amount of truth in it" and harbored a greater potential for satire.

While this was happening, Parker was anticipating the release of the Nintendo Wii, so it was decided that this scenario would also be a theme in the episode.

At the end of "Go God Go", Cartman is sent to the future; Parker and Stone loved the idea, in-part because it presented the opportunity for easy-to-write material.

Dan Iverson of IGN gave the episode a positive review, with a score of 9.0 out of 10, writing: "Between the shocking Mrs.

Garrison story and the hilarious Wii promotion by Cartman, we totally recommend watching this episode." The week of November 5, 2006, a poll on asked "How bad do you want a Wii? The responses were "Bad", "Way Bad", and "Worse than Cartman", with the third choice receiving 80% of the votes.

The episode is the first in a two-part story arc, which concludes with "Go God Go XII".