I’ve made no calls and done no digging on this…zip…but “Hollywood Interrupted” investigative reporter Mark Ebner has written on his blog that “sources from inside Paramount and South Park Studios report that parent company Viacom pulled Wednesday night’s scheduled repeat of the previously-aired South Park episode called ‘Trapped in the Closet’.” (The show goes on at 10 pm Pacific, 9 pm Central.) The reason, Ebner reports, is that Tom Cruise, who is mocked pretty heavily in the episode (along with the Church of Scientology), threatened to cancel all publicity for Paramount’s Mission Impossible: 3 if Comedy Central aired it. This is apparently the first time that the South Park creators have been officially censored in their long history with Comedy Central. Ebner says Viacom officials have “reportedly ordered Douth Park creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker not to discuss the reason why their episode was cancelled.” (If this part of the story is true, how the hell are Matt and Trey going to keep mum about this? Is Viacom going to put them under forced sedation?) The South Park boys “are said to be angry,” writes Ebner, “but will probably get revenge with the manner in which they deal with Scientologist Isaac Hayes’ departure from the show”…whatever that means. All this alleged heavy-ass censorship, and yet the “Trapped in the Closet” episode is viewable on the Comedy Central website (or at least a portion of it is) as well as on Ebner’s “Hollywood Interrupted” blog.