The “Jewpacabra” episode of South Park (S16, E4) contains some good Passover jokes. One joke is a comment made by Cartman. In a dream where he is an Egyptian boy (the Pharaoh’s son, to be specific) experiencing the Biblical Plagues (e.g., locusts, raining frogs, etc.), Cartman asks Kyle what’s happening, and in response, Cartman offers a critique of God’s concern for nonhuman organisms.
The following dialogue between the boys occurs with the sound of frog-rain in the background and the sight of dead frogs on the ground around them.
Cartman: It’s raining frogs! Kyle, Kyle my Hebrew friend. Did you see that it’s raining frogs?
Kyle: Yes. It’s because the Pharaoh won’t give the Hebrews what we want. God is angry.
Cartman: So God makes it rain frogs? That just seems kind of mean to frogs, Kyle.
Kyle: That’s how God is. […]