Saint of Killers wrote:“I’m like, ‘I’ve lost it’, like, ‘I don’t know how to do this anymore’.
“And I was like ‘please’, I was begging Anne [Garefino, South Park’s long-time producer], ‘do not let this go on the air, because I don’t want the South Park legacy to be ruined, and this show is going to ruin it because it’s so bad, and I’m just going to feel terrible.’
“And [she] just ended up going, ‘it’s just gotta go on the air Trey, just let it go on the air.’
“And I just went home and I was depressed and couldn’t sleep. And I got up the next day and they were like, ‘Dude, people really liked that show’.”
The offending episode? Season 10’s ‘Make Love, Not Warcraft’ – which fans remember as a classic.
“It is still, to this day, one of our most famous episodes that people will cite as one of the best of all time,” Trey goes on. “And I literally wanted to kill myself over that episode.”
They need to double whatever the strawberry float they're paying Anne Garefino.
So did trey just think the episode was really poor quality or something? Or maybe he didn't think the humour was right in it. Maybe it changed the way he looked at South Park fans after that episode as I think the humour in the show started changing after that episode, for the better.