AV Club gave HUMANCENTiPAD a “B+” rating by saying, “And as with so many South Park satires, Human CentiPad avoided it, Repeating the broader Apple jokes of the past, focusing mainly on a single ridiculous aspect – that of that `User Agreement` screens that whenever you`re forced to download a painstakingly optimized copy of iTunes, 50 pages with slight contractual revisions. Any Apple user exhausted by that software update icon who always jumps into his dock could probably sympathize with Kyle, who simply clicks the “Accept” button without reading what he accepts – a neglect that shocks people around him because everyone reads these agreements (“Otherwise, how do you know what you agree with?”) and eventually leads to: Let him get his mouth curled on the anus of a Japanese. “[2] I myself found the episode largely hilarious – especially the selfish cartman`s rumbling tirade when his mother refuses to buy him an iPad. And a lot of respect for Stone and Parker, that they didn`t follow the easy path and that they made jokes at the expense of Jobs` ongoing fight against cancer – fair play to attack the company and not the man. But I wonder if the human references of centipedes were not a little too far away. At a Stevenote address, Steve Jobs unveils the new product for which Kyle and the other two were removed: the HUMANCENTiPAD, consisting of the three subjects removed on all fours and sewn the mouth to 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. After Kyle clicks on the latest iTunes user agreement without reading it, Steve Jobs forces him to be a recalcitrant participant in his latest project.

Meanwhile, Cartman equates his mother, who doesn`t give him an iPad, to sexual abuse. The critical response to the humancentiPad episode has been largely positive. On the Entertainment Weekly website, Ken Tucker wrote: The creation of the episode was the theme of the TV special 6 Days to Air, which aired on Comedy Central on October 9, 2011. [3] To free his son, Gerald goes to an Apple Store with Kyle`s friends, where customer service agents, known as “geniuses,” discover, after considerable thought, that they can cancel Kyle`s agreement if Gerald, a PC user, logs in to 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.

Then he is shown getting back into a hospital bed and crying while his mother flips through a book indifferently. . . .