[Redacted]Already Did It
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3/XXXX LEVEL 3/XXXX
CLASSIFIED
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Item #: SCP-XXXX
Neutralized

Special Containment Procedures: Due to SCP-XXXX being a one time event that will not reoccur, no current containment procedures are in place. SCP-XXXX-1 is to be stored on a secure hard drive and is not to be opened unless permission is granted by personnel of Level-4 security clearance or higher. SCP-XXXX-1B is to remain stored on a secure file and all documents regarding SCP-XXXX.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a one time airing of American Television comedy ‘South Park’ episode titled ‘Simpsons Already Did It’ which resulted in physical combustion of any who viewed it. Approximately 3,863 persons are know to have experienced SCP-XXXX. Each case of SCP-XXXX was personalized to who experienced it, and did not cause combustion in a typical sense. 86% of cases were found to have anomalously manifested other items to the scene, transform parts of the body into other objects, or a combination of both.

78% of cases of non-traditional combustion were found to resemble a part of a piece of popular media.

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Addendum-1:

One witness of SCP-XXXX, Alice Ammers, did not experience physical combustion of any form. Ammers was brought in for questioning. In interviews with Ammers, it was discovered the ending of the episode aired (designated SCP-XXXX-1) was different from the ending of non-anomalous copies. The Foundation was able to retrieve SCP-XXXX-1, but were unable to view it when attempted.

Ammers remained in Foundation Custody for testing reasons. On the 16th test, Ammers was able to view SCP-XXXX-1 once more. Ammers remained unaffected for 38 minutes before experiencing combustion of the head. The disk containing SCP-XXXX-1 shattered at the same time as Ammers. Both the remains of SCP-XXXX-1 and Ammers have been found non-anomalous and were properly disposed of.

A video log of Ammers viewing of the episode has been recorded.

(Format properly on computer)
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Video Log

Subject: Alice Ammers

Note: When transferred to a traditional DVD, inserted into the DVD player, and begun by Ammers, Ammers reported the episode was playing. All personnel monitoring Ammers were unable to see anything playing on the television screen.
Ammers was asked to record the added scene in text format for foundation viewing.
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Log start:
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It has been found safe to record and review the contents of SCP-XXXX-1 without any effects taking place when in the form of a text document.

Show creators of ‘South Park’ Matt Stone and Trey Parker were contacted.













[Redacted] already did it

So basically my idea is this: the scp is a one time event—an airing of the South Park episode ‘Simpson’s Already Did It’ that resulted in the explosion of anyone viewed it. Except each explosion was different—personalized to the subject.

Each explosion is found to resemble a major event or piece of media. An example log is given.

Matt and Trey are contacted about the episode how have no knowledge of the anomalous version. No one from Comedy Central knows anything about why it was different. A few say that the same thing has happened to other tv show episodes and do give specific examples, but none of those are able to be proven to have ever occurred.

The ending of the episode was different as well. The Foundation managed to get hold of the altered episode, but are unable to play it. The scp is considered neutralized.

Except it’s not. Turns out there is more to the origin of this thing. It goes far beyond an episode of a show making similar things happen. It’s here to prove a point. That nothing is original.

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