In May 18's episode, one of the show's characters, Butters, makes reference to the issue as he tells his friends that Terminator has an illegitimate child in the fifth movie.
Arnold Schwarzenegger's marital woe has been spoofed on "South Park". The former California governor's love child scandal, which has just been made public earlier this week, is mentioned in an episode aired Wednesday, May 18 as Butters confuses Schwarzenegger's real life with his character's in "Terminator 5".
In a scene set at lunchroom, Butters describes a trailer for the not-yet-released movie, telling his friends that Terminator has an illegitimate child and that Skeletor wants to fight him over it. "No, dude. That's not the trailer for 'Terminator 5' that really happened," another boy responds to Butters' story.
When confused Butters asks if Skeletor is real, his friend replies, "No, dude. That's not Skeletor that's Terminator's wife."
Arnold Schwarzenegger fell from grace after he revealed that he fathered a child from another woman ten years ago while he is married to Maria Shriver. Mildred Patricia Baena, a former housekeeper for the 63-year-old actor's family, was later identified as the mother of his love child.