South Park‘s 21st season is now two-for-two on Hip Hop parodies. One week after playing a country music version of Kendrick Lamar’s hit “HUMBLE.,” the long-running cartoon series has parodied Logic.

On Wednesday night’s (September 20) episode “Put It Down,” it was the Everybody rapper’s turn to be parodied by the veteran roasters at South Park, who turned their attention to Logic’s suicide prevention track, “1-800-273-8255.”

South Park‘s version of the song features the narcissistic Eric Cartman letting his whole elementary school know he’s going to kill himself unless they all start to take him more seriously. Logic’s chorus, “I don’t want to be alive/ I just want to die,” is replaced by the slightly less earnest, “Eric, we don’t want you to die.”

South Park‘s fans are used to the show taking aim at even the most sensitive of topics. Co-creators Matt Parker and Trey Stone’s take on the track was greeted with major props on Twitter.

It’s not the first time Logic has been featured in a cartoon this year. He made a guest appearance on Adult Swim’s Rick And Morty just last month.