Trey and Matt taking the stage during E3 2012 to talk briefly about the South Park videogame The Stick of Truth, and immediately tearing into the SmartGlass technology that Microsoft had been hyping mere minutes earlier.
Trey and Matt's commentary minis are this and a mix of Crowning Moment of Funny, due to how insightful their commentary minis are and how they explain their motives behind an episode.
Most notable being Trey's very first line of commentary in The Coon trilogy being "So this is where things get all fucked up..."
Trey and Matt themselves get a Moment of Awesome with "Trapped in the Closet", a long scathing parody of Scientology which ends with Stan daring the "church" to sue him. The credits then roll, with everyone credited as John or Jane Smith.
Trey and Matt's finest hour was their response to the departure of Isaac Hayes, who left after the pair refused to pull "Trapped In The Closet" (Hayes himself was a Scientologist, and took offense). Trey and Matt responded with "[he] has no problem – and he's cashed plenty of checks – with our show making fun of Christians, Muslims, Mormons or Jews." Stone added, "[We] never heard a peep out of Isaac in any way until we did Scientology. He wants a different standard for religions other than his own, and to me, that is where intolerance and bigotry begins."
Furthermore, certain tropers may want to consider this argument before posting entries in South Park's Dethroning Moment Of Suck - you cannot support a show that considers everyone Acceptable Targets, and then complain when they target you.
Trey and Matt themselves get another one in "Free Hat" with a parody criticizing the Star Wars remakes advertising a remake of the first episode of South Park and all the reasons why the fans would "love" it.
Trey and Matt when they told Comedy Central about "Cartoon Wars".
Execs: We’re not going to broadcast a Muhammad episode.
Trey/Matt: You totally have the right, it's your network, but we're going to make one, and it's going to be one of the seven you pay for.