The boys are watching an episode of Maury Povich on which several children with bodily defects are shown. A girl born with no midsection wins a gift certificate, so Kyle , Stan , Cartman , and Butters decide to try to get on the show with a faked deformity to win a prize. The group decide that Butters should be the one to go on the show with a scrotum on his chin. Butters then agrees, and the town's two sci-fi geeks make fake balls to put on Butters. Butters then flies alone to New York to appear on the show. In the green room, he meets other variously deformed people, who welcome Butters to their union, which ensures that US TV talk shows interview their members regularly. Stan, Kyle, and Cartman are watching the show at home and become angry that Butters got "their" prize. Cartman calls Maury and tries to get himself on the show.
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A convicted felon is suing television host Maury Povich after claiming that watching his seven-year-old daughter 'being exploited' on his tabloid talk show caused him to develop suicidal thoughts. During her appearance, Lanique - who was broadcast in the December episode alongside Griffin's ex-wife, Sherilitra Nash - spoke about her father and his status as an attempted murderer. The youngster's 'exploitation' reportedly caused Griffin such 'great emotional shock, grief and shame' that he developed suicidal thoughts and was placed in a hour mental health hold. Host: A convicted felon is suing television host Maury Povich pictured after claiming that watching his seven-year-old daughter 'being exploited' on his tabloid talk show caused him to develop suicidal thoughts. He added that the following day, he suffered from 'suicidal thoughts which derived from seeing his only child being exploited' by Povich. This caused him to be put under suicide watch for three days.
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The show adopted the title Maury in the — season. For the series' first 18 seasons, it was taped in New York City , but beginning with Season 19, the show has been taped at the Rich Forum in Stamford, Connecticut , which is alternately known as the Stamford Media Center. As of , NBC owned and operated stations no longer air Maury. On September 17, , during the premiere of its 22nd season, episodes of Maury began airing in widescreen, though not in high definition. On September 15, , starting with its 24th season, episodes of Maury started airing in high definition. In October , Maury was renewed through September In June , "Maury" was renewed again through the — television season. Maury has dealt with a variety of issues across its 21 seasons, including—but not limited to— teenage pregnancy , sexual infidelity , paternity test results, uncommon illnesses , makeovers , "out of control" teenagers, transgender individuals, obese children , domestic violence , little people , bullying , and unusual phobias. After the taping of these episodes, guests are often tracked for progress, both on air and on the Maury website.