The Muslim prophet with the powers of flame and the mysterious ability to not be made fun of under any circumstances, Muhammad is one of the most powerful members of the Super Best Friends. Few things are known of this mysterious prophet, but he has shown himself repeatedly to be selfless, kind-hearted, and willing to sacrifice himself to angry celebrities and violent ginger kids to save the small mountain town of South Park. He is also generous, willing to give Peter Griffin a salmon helmet for no apparent reason.
He cannot make public appearances, nor can his physical form be seen as he has now been censored permanently by unknown forces.
- "More than friends, young boy, we are super best friends, with the desire to fight for justice." (Super Best Friends)
- "I guess that would be okay." (200)
- Super Best Friends (s05e04)
- I'm a Little Bit Country (s07e01; cameo)
- Cartoon Wars Part I (s10e03; mentioned)
- Cartoon Wars Part II (s10e04; censored)
- 200 (s14e05; censored)
- 201 (s14e06;censored)
- He was visible uncensored during the title sequences of the sixth, tenth, and eleventh seasons, even after "Cartoon Wars Part II" was censored.
- After the episode "201" aired, it was pulled, as prophecized in "Cartoon Wars Part I", and the episodes "Super Best Friends", "200" and "201" were removed from South Park Studios (this website) for online streaming as well as most countries' DVD release.
Myths & Legends
- While Muhammad's physical form was always intended to be obscured and represented by a large black CENSORED box in "200" and "201" by Matt and Trey, as a joking reference to their inability to show his icon (notice how Tom Cruise is briefly CENSORED as well) - the repeated censorship of his name in "201" in dialogue was hastily done by Comedy Central the morning the episode was sent in.