The UAA commander contacts yet another faction, the Allied Atheist Alliance (AAA), who are made up solely of highly evolved sea otters.
The Commander of the UAA boasts to the otters about their possession of Cartman, and of how because of this, they are now the Atheists in control. Series co-creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone described the production of "Go God Go" and "Go God Go XII" as "painful", mainly because of how it deals with atheism.
In the year 2546, the entire world is atheistic and dedicated to rationality and science. These factions are at war with each other over who has the right answer to "the great question".
Cartman is informed of the possible presence of a Nintendo Wii at the Museum of Technology in New New Hampshire.
They spoke about how difficult it is to make such a subject humorous without seeming "preachy".
For a time, the episode actually did end up feeling "preachy" because too many ideas and statements were present.
Richard Dawkins reacted to the two-part episode by saying, "I'm buggered if I like being portrayed as a cartoon character buggering a bald transvestite.The episode was written and directed by South Park co-creator Trey Parker.Cartman is unable to wait three weeks until the Nintendo Wii console is released.However, they mention that before they are willing to take him there, they require some information alluding to a person they believe he knew in his time: the founder of the UAL who helped initiate a great event that made the entire world atheist.Suddenly, the UAL comes under attack from a rival group, the United Atheist Alliance (UAA), and Cartman is taken captive aboard a UAA ship.