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BLAME ROBIN F***ING WILLIAMS
Oscar-Winner To Perform "South Park" Song For Oscars
Academy Awards producers have chosen improv-happy Robin Williams to sing "Blame Canada" during Sunday night's ceremony. The Best Song nominee from the film "South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut" is filled with profanity and has many wondering just how Academy Award-winner Williams and the ABC censors will handle it.

Song collaborators Trey Parker and Marc Shaiman were initially against changing their tune for the Oscar telecast, insisting the offensive words be bleeped out. However, the pair seem to have found comfort in Williams, which would frighten the show's producers more if they weren't so busy cleaning their statues... if you know what I mean.

The creative tactics to circumnavigate lyrics like "that bitch Anne Murray" are being kept under wraps. What isn’t a mystery is that Williams will need to turn to the "Mrs. Doubtfire" within, since "Blame Canada" is led by the four mothers of "South Park" stars Stan, Kyle, Cartman and Kenny. One of which, we understand, is a really big whore.

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