The episode was written and directed by Trey Parker, co-creator of the series, and was classified as TV-MA L in the United States. The episode title and main action refer to the 2009 film The Human Centipede (First Sequence). This episode parodies reports about tracking software built into Apple`s iPads and iPhones, as well as laboriously long end-user licensing agreements.   At a Stevenote address, Steve Jobs unveils the new product for which Kyle and the other two were abducted: the HUMANCENTiPAD, which includes the three subjects removed on all fours and sewn their mouths onto Anus. The Japanese stands on the front, attached to the forehead with an iPhone; Kyle is in the middle; And the woman is in the back, tied to her anus with an iPad. Jobs, however, is disappointed when Kyle has continued to sign agreements submitted to him without reading them first, and the “device” is testing to make it readable. IGN.com critic Ramsey Isler says that the ridiculousness of user agreements and those who don`t read them is a well-done point: “HumancentiPad,” stylized as “HUMANCENTiPAD,” is the first episode of the fifteenth season of the American animated series South Park and the 210th episode of the series in total. It originally aired on April 27, 2011 on Comedy Central in the United States. In the episode, Kyle is kidnapped after agreeing to an iTunes user agreement and forced to be part of a “revolutionary new product” about to be launched by Apple. Meanwhile, Cartman, who has not bought an Apple iPad, harasses his mother in this matter and attracts her wrath. To free his son, Gerald goes with Kyle`s friends to an Apple Store where the after-sales service staff, known as “geniuses”, discovers, after considerable reflection, that he can cancel Kyle`s agreement if Gerald, a PC user, registers with Apple and creates a family account.
Gerald agrees, after which he, Kyle`s geniuses and friends go to the studio where Dr. Phil is produced. Jobs, which matches Gerald`s new deal, reluctantly prepares to separate Kyle from his two co-victims. This irritates Cartman, whose dream is now shattered. Cartman looks up at the sky and irritates God, after which he is struck by lightning. He is then shown, getting back into a hospital bed and crying, while his mother flips through a book indifferently. Two other clips (a bit NSFW) of the episode are posted at TechCrunch. After CM1 student Eric Cartman brags in front of his classmates that he owns an iPad and makes fun of them because they don`t have one, he is humiliated when it turns out he doesn`t. When he and his mother Liane go to Best Buy to buy an iPad, the exorbitant price of the item pushes them to offer the purchase of a cheaper Toshiba HandiBook. Claimant Cartman, who had set himself up as a status symbol on the iPad, noisily excorated him in the middle of the store and accused him of “fucking” him.
Liane, embarrassed, decides to leave the store without buying anything from Eric. Apple Cyber Week Deals: MacBook, Apple Watch, AirPods, plus OnePlus Nord N10 5G Test: An affordable 5G phone, but the competition is tough Elsewhere in the episode, Eric Cartman, a misanthrop based in South Park, is rather upset that his mother refuses to buy him an iPad and offers to buy him the cheaper “Toshiba HandiBook” instead. We should all be a little more aware of what we fully agree on (although the enforceability of inappropriate clauses in ITAs can still be judged by the courts). . . .