The point of dating
Parker and Stone's religion was questioned in an interview, which prompted Jillette's email.
Cartman is informed of the possible presence of a Nintendo Wii at the Museum of Technology in New New Hampshire.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.In an attempt to enter cryonic suspension, he buries himself in the snow at the top of Mount Elbert, with help from Butters. Garrison resists being forced to teach the school's evolution curriculum.In response, the school hires evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins to present the evolution lesson.The UAA commander contacts yet another faction, the Allied Atheist Alliance (AAA), who are made up solely of highly evolved sea otters.
The Commander of the UAA boasts to the otters about their possession of Cartman, and of how because of this, they are now the Atheists in control. Series co-creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone described the production of "Go God Go" and "Go God Go XII" as "painful", mainly because of how it deals with atheism.
Richard Dawkins and his book The God Delusion is also parodied.
Parker and Stone were very pleased with the work of the animation staff in regards to the designs of the scenes in the future, particularly praising them for accomplishing so much in the short amount of time that a South Park episode is produced.
After some initial friction between the creationist Garrison and atheist Dawkins, a romantic interest soon develops.
During their date, Dawkins refers to religion as an argument from ignorance, and Garrison announces that she is now an atheist.
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.