I myself found the episode largely hilarious – especially the bad tirade of Cartman`s selfishness, when his mother refused to buy him an iPad. And a lot of respect for Stone and Parker for not having the easy way and making jokes at the expense of the cancer fight of Jobs – fair play for the attack against the company, not against the man. But I wonder if the human centipedes references were not one step too many. The episode was written and directed by Trey Parker and was considered in the United States as TV-MA L. The title and main action of the episode refer to the 2009 film The Human Centipede (First Sequence). This episode parodies reports on the tracking software built into Apple`s iPads and iPhones, as well as laboriously lengthy end-user licensing agreements.   In a speech by Stevenote, Steve Jobs unveils the new product for which Kyle and the other two were removed: the HUMANCENTiPAD, which includes the three subjects removed on all fours and sewed his mouth to the anus. The Japanese is at the front, with an iPhone attached to the forehead; Kyle is in the middle; and the woman is in the back, with an iPad attached to her anus. Jobs is disappointed, however, if Kyle continues to sign agreements presented to him without first reading them, and puts the „device” through tests to make it read. In search of his son`s release, Gerald goes to an Apple Store with Kyle`s friends, where customer service agents known as „Geniuses” discover, after careful consideration, that they can cancel Kyle`s agreement if Gerald, a PC user, joins Apple and creates a family account. Gerald agrees, after which he, geniuse and Kyle`s friends, go to the studio where Dr.
Phil is produced. Jobs, who accepts Gerald`s new deal, is reluctant to prepare to separate Kyle from his two co-victims. This irritates Cartman, whose dream is now shattered. Cartman looks at the sky, and he is furious at being struck by lightning. He is then put back in a hospital bed and cries, while his mother flips through a book with indifference. The creation of the episode was the theme of the TV-specials 6 Days to Air, broadcast on Comedy Central on October 9, 2011.  The ubiquitous South Park targeted Apple last night in the first episode of its 15th season. The show has crippled sitegate and the ridiculous iTunes conditions of Apple`s latent 55. This isn`t the first time that technology icons have found themselves under the uncontrollable gaze of South Park creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker.
In 2007, the series won an Emmy for the episode Make Love Not Warcraft, which parodied with love the online role-playing game World of Warcraft. This episode was created with the support of developer world of Warcraft Blizzard. And in the last series, there have been episodes on Facebook, Bill Gates, Internet and the movie Tron. As for today, this is the only episode of season 15 that I have seen; But luckily, that`s going to change now that my Blu-Ray kit arrived at the post today.