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In the United Kingdom, the show is generally rated 15, until season 7 when it gets an 18 rating due to the audio commentaries (the episodes are only rated 15).However, some episodes, such as those in the first four seasons do have a 12 rating (Cartman Gets an Anal Probe).In Australia, the first three seasons and some episodes in season 4, were rated M: Recommended for mature audiences 15 years and over.The M rating is unrestricted and moderate in impact, and it is equivalent to America's TV-14 rating.Fox claimed moreover, that the original press release announcing his departure was put out by someone not authorized to represent him.In a 2016 oral history of South Park in The Hollywood Reporter, Hayes's son, Isaac Hayes III, confirmed that the decision to leave the show was made by Hayes' entourage while Hayes was unable to make such decisions on his own.While the press release did not specifically mention "Trapped in the Closet," Parker and Stone assert that he quit because of the episode and its treatment of Scientology, as Hayes was a member.

Ron Hubbard before denouncing the church as nothing more than "a big fat global scam." Tom Cruise, also a Scientologist, is seen in the episode locking himself in Stan's closet and refusing to come out, as other characters ambiguously plead for him to "come out of the closet" in a parody of rumors involving Cruise's sexuality.

A counter superimposed on the bottom left corner of the screen tracked each of the episode's utterances of the word "shit," which was said 162 times without being bleeped, while also appearing uncensored in written form 32 times, totaling 194 times used.

Despite its 43 uncensored uses of the word, the episode generated relatively little other controversy, as most in the black community and the NAACP praised the episode for its context and its comedic way of conveying other races' perceptions of how black people feel when hearing the word.

TV-MA: This program may contain one or more of the following: crude indecent language (L), strong sexual content (S), or graphic violence (V).

To note, some episodes on syndication have been reclassified TV-14.