( man )ALL RISE.
IN THE CASE OF BIG GAY AL VS.MOUNTAIN SCOUTS OF AMERICA,
DUE TO THE OVERWHELMINGSHOW OF SUPPORT,
IT IS THE RULING OF THIS COURTTHAT THE SCOUTS MUST ALLOW
BIG GAY AL, AND ALL GAYS,INTO THEIR CLUB !
ALL RIGHT !( cheering )
WELL, WE'VE ALL LEARNEDAN IMPORTANT LESSON.
THAT JUST BECAUSESOMEBODY'S GAY
DOESN'T MEAN THEY'RE GONNAMOLEST CHILDREN.
STRAIGHT PEOPLEDO THAT TOO.
( cheering )YEAH !
AND FURTHERMORE,THE SCOUT ELDERS
WILL BE PUT INTO STOCKSFOR THREE DAYS,
SO THEY CAN SEE HOW IT FEELSTO BE OUTCASTS.
WE DID IT !WE DID IT !
I DID IT !I DID IT !
HA, HA !
( Allred )TODAY IS A GREAT DAYFOR DEMOCRACY.
THE SCOUTS HAVE BEENEXPOSED FOR THE VILEGAY BASHERS THEY ARE.
AND WE OWE IT ALLTO ME !
AND THESE SIXBRAVE LITTLE BOYS.
( squawk )
FIVE BRAVE LITTLE BOYS.
AND NOW, HERE TO TAKEHIS OFFICIAL OATH
BACK INTO SCOUTSIS BIG GAY AL !
THANK YOU ALLVERY MUCH.
BUT I DON'TWANT THIS.
WHAT ?WHAT'D HE SAY ?
LOOK, I APPRECIATEWHAT YOU KIDS DID,I REALLY DO.
BUT THIS ISN'TWHAT I WANTED.
I'M PROUD TO BE GAY.
AND I'M PROUDTO BE IN A COUNTRY
WHERE I'M FREETO EXPRESS MYSELF.
BUT FREEDOMIS A TWO-WAY STREET.
IF I'M FREETO EXPRESS MYSELF,
THEN THE SCOUTS HAVE TO BE FREETO EXPRESS THEMSELVES, TOO.
I KNOW THESE MEN.
THEY ARE GOOD MEN.THEY'RE KIND MEN.
THEY DO WHAT THEY THINKIS BEST FOR KIDS.
NO MATTER HOW WRONGWE THINK THEY MIGHT BE,
IT ISN'T RIGHT FOR US TOFORCE THEM TO THINK OUR WAY.
IT'S UP TO US TO PERSUADEAND HELP THEM SEE THE LIGHT,
NOT EXTORT THEM, TO.
PLEASE, DON'T CUTTHE SCOUTS' FUNDING.
THE SCOUTS HELP AND HAVE ALWAYSHELPED A LOT OF KIDS.
THAT'S WHY I LOVE THEM.
I WILL CONTINUE TO PERSUADE THEMTO CHANGE THEIR MINDS.
BUT THIS IS THE WRONG WAYTO DO IT.
SO, I AM HEREBYDROPPING MY CASE
AND ALLOWING THE SCOUTSTHEIR RIGHT
TO NOT ALLOW GAYSINTO THEIR PRIVATE CLUB.
HOORAY !HOORAY !
SO WAIT,DID WE DO GOOD ?
YEAH, I THINK SO.
YEAH, WE KICK ASS.
COME ON, KIDS, LET'S GOGET SOME ICE CREAM.
YOU CAN'T DO THIS,YOU HOMOPHOBE !
WELL, TIMMY, I GUESSWE LEARNED AN IMPORTANTLESSON TOO, VERY MUCH.
THERE IS ROOM FOR MORETHAN ONE HANDI-CAPABLEPERSON IN SCOUTS.
I'M GLAD WE'REBEST FRIENDS NOW.
SEE YOU AT SCOUTS.
Say Yes To Gay
Al wins a case against the scouts and teaches the town a lesson.
The word "s**t" is broadcast on television for the first time, triggering a chain of events that threaten the world as we know it.x CLOSE
The boys' new troop leader is Big Gay Al, and Timmy is excited until Jimmy, the new "handicapped" kid, steals his spotlight.x CLOSE
A magician performs in South Park, convincing Kenny, Cartman and Kyle to join his cult-like following, leaving Stan & Jesus to save them.x CLOSE
Cartman seeks vengeance on an eighth grader after buying the kid's pubes fails to impress the other boys. Radiohead guest stars.x CLOSE
When the boys discover their idols, Terrance and Phillip, have called it quits, they'll go to any length to reunite the duo.x CLOSE
Cartman inherits one million dollars.x CLOSE
The boys take Sex Ed and learn the mysteries of the body from none other than Mr. Mackey.x CLOSE
There's a new character in South Park and the boys take up his cause against conniving corporate leaders and the evil U.S. government.x CLOSE
When the boys receive a package from the children of Afghanistan, every government agency descends upon the town to investigate.x CLOSE
The funniest thing Cartman's ever seen comes to town. Realizing he'll never see anything funnier, he loses his sense of humor.x CLOSE
The new scout leader proves to be a bad choice.x CLOSE
Timmy and Jimmy fight.x CLOSE
Al wins a case against the scouts and teaches the town a lesson.x CLOSE
Timmy is jealous of the new disabled boy in town.x CLOSE
The parents have no problem with homosexuals, they just don't want their kids hanging around one.x CLOSE
Stan gets reprimanded for talking like Big Gay Al.x CLOSE
Timmy expresses his anger towards Jimmy.x CLOSE
Big Gay Al falls victim to discrimination.x CLOSE
Timmy tricks Jimmy and Al lets it out.x CLOSE
The boys stand up for Big Gay Al.x CLOSE