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The UAA commander contacts yet another faction, the Allied Atheist Alliance (AAA), who are made up solely of highly evolved sea otters.
For a time, the episode actually did end up feeling "preachy" because too many ideas and statements were present.
To rectify this, large portions of the episodes that more reflected Parker and Stone's personal opinions were removed and replaced with less serious material.
Cartman is informed of the possible presence of a Nintendo Wii at the Museum of Technology in New New Hampshire.
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.
In "Go God Go", Cartman is unable to wait the three weeks until the Wii video game console is released, and attempts to freeze himself to get closer to the release date, but accidentally ends up much later in the future, in the atheistic world of 2546.
The episode was written and directed by South Park co-creator Trey Parker.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.At Nintendo's 2007 Electronic Entertainment Expo press conference, a clip of the episode where Cartman tells his mother he must have a Wii was included in a montage of clips about the demand for the Wii.Several aspects of both "Go God Go" and "Go God Go XII" pay homage to Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, a science fiction adventure television series produced by Universal Studios.Richard Dawkins and his book The God Delusion is also parodied.The 151st episode of the series overall, it originally aired on Comedy Central in the United States on November 1, 2006.