There are a number of beastly cthulhoid horrors rampaging for a couple minutes in that episode, gotta be careful about opening holes to other dimensions.
Looks like I picked the wrong day to stop watching South Park...Ciao!GW
If you think that is crazy, the new Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated show has an episode - "Shrieking Madness" - with a H.P.Lovecraft-like book writer (called H.P.Hatecraft), a Robert E. Howard-like fan-boy, and a Cthulhu-like costumed monster! I seen it, and I pick-up the analogies off the bat.http://www.comicvine.com/news/scooby-doo-mystery-incorporated-shrieking-madness-clips/142339/