IT APPEARS NOW THATEIGHT-YEAR-OLD STAN MARSH
IS IN BIG,BIG, TROUBLE.
HE APPARENTLYDISOBEYED HIS PARENTS,
LEFT HOME WITHOUTTELLING THEM.
AND, TOM, HIS MOTHERIS VERY DISAPPOINTED WITH HIM.
DAMMIT, WHATARE WE GONNA DO ?
( farts )
( farts )
( farts )
Over here,over here.
( farts )
Here comes one...
COME OUT WITHYOUR HANDS UP.
WHY DIDN'T YOU PUTA BACK DOOR ON THIS HOUSE ?
THERE'S THE OLD WINDOWIN THE BATHROOM.
YOU COULD PROBABLYSQUEEZE THROUGH THERE.
WE'RE GOING OUTTHE BATHROOM WINDOW,COME ON, MANSON.
BUT I GOTTASEE WHAT HAPPENS.
COME ON, DAMMIT.
WELL, IT WAS GOODSEEING YOU ALL.
DON'T MOVE 'TIL WE'RE GONEOR I'LL SHOOT YOU DEAD.
HAPPY HOLIDAYS !HAPPY HOLIDAYS !
DUDE, THEY'REGONNA KILL ME.
ALRIGHT MANSON,THIS IS IT.
WE'RE COMINGIN AFTER YOU.
THERE'S GONNA BEA LOT OF BLOODSHED,
AND A LOT OF INNOCENTPEOPLE ARE GONNA DIE.
YOU'VE GOT UNTIL100 MARSHMALLOWTO COME OUT.
ALRIGHT,IT'S OPEN,LET'S GO.
EXCUSE ME, I WANTTO GO WITH YOU.
PLEASE, I DON'T WANTTO GO BACK WITH THEM.
BUT STAN, YOUR MOTHERAND FATHER ARE OUT THERE.
I KNOW, THEY'VECOME TO PUNISH ME.
ALL THEY WANT TO DOIS MAKE ME PAY
FOR COMING TO NEBRASKAIN THE FIRST PLACE.
ALRIGHT KID,YOU CAN COME.
NOW, LET'S GO.
STAN, I WANT TO TALKTO YOU ABOUT FAMILY.
WHAT ?WHAT ?
YOU SEE,I HAD A FAMILY ONCE,
AT LEAST I CALLEDTHEM MY FAMILY.
REALLY, THEY WERE NOTHINGBUT A GANG OF PEOPLE
I THOUGHTWERE MY FRIENDS.
AFTER WE KILLED A BUNCHOF PEOPLE TOGETHER,
I REALIZED THATMY REAL FAMILY
WAS WHO TOOKCARE OF ME,
AND WHO TOOK THE TIMETO CARE ABOUT WHAT I DID.
BUT THEY DON'TCARE ABOUT ME,
THEY JUST WANTTO PUNISH ME.
IF THEY DON'TCARE ABOUT YOU,
WOULD THEY HAVE DRIVENNINE HOURS TO NEBRASKA ?
I GUESS YOU'RE RIGHT,UNCLE CHARLIE, THANKS.
NOW CAN WE GO ?
NO, HOWARD, YOU GO AHEAD,I'VE GOT SOMETHING TO SAY.
OH, WEAK !
FOLKS, I APOLOGIZEFOR THIS WHOLE MESS.
I'M GOINGTO SURRENDER.
SOMEBODY SHOWTHE POLICE A WHITE FLAG.
Stan, Charlie and Uncle Howard are in deep trouble, but decide to surrender anyway.
A Terrance and Phillip special presentation: Not Without My Anus.x CLOSE
Cartman finds out the identity of his father.x CLOSE
A crime wave hits South Park, chickens are violated, and Barbrady resigns.x CLOSE
The boys find out what it means to be circumcised and they try to save Ike from that fate.x CLOSE
South Park citizens help the school nurse deal with a strange medical disorder.x CLOSE
Ned and Jimbo's cable show goes head to head in a rating war with Jesus and Pals.x CLOSE
It's up to Ms. Crabtree to save the entire busload of South Park Elementary School kids after a crash.x CLOSE
A ban on fireworks threatens the 4th of July festivities until the mayor comes up with a plan to put South Park on the map.x CLOSE
A film festival comes to South Park, and the town and Mr. Hankey are over-run by Hollywood types and the expanding population.x CLOSE
The kids' parents have only their best interests at heart when they arrange for the kids to be exposed to the chickenpox virus. The boys see things differently.x CLOSE
Stan, Charlie and Uncle Howard are in deep trouble, but decide to surrender anyway.x CLOSE
Charlie feels like he's in his own holiday special.x CLOSE
The police spot Charlie Manson while trying to control the mall riot.x CLOSE
Stan goes with the boys to Cartman's grandma's house, even though his parents said no.x CLOSE
Cartman and his mom sing the 'Grandma Song' to pass time on the long drive.x CLOSE
Cartman is less than pleased with his grandma's gift.x CLOSE
The Cartman family holiday dinner grosses out the boys.x CLOSE
Cartman's Uncle Howard busts out of jail with Charles Manson.x CLOSE
Cartman's family won't drive him and his friends to see Mr. Hankey at the mall.x CLOSE
Charlie Manson hotwires the car and takes the kids to the mall to see Mr. Hankey.x CLOSE