SO WE'RE GONNA START WITHA TOUGH ONE CALLED
"CATCH THE BALL."
I THROW THE FOOTBALL TO YOU,YOU THROW IT BACK TO ME.
OH, BUT ISN'T THE COLD AIRMAKING THE BALL REALLY HARD ?
IT'S GONNAHURT MY HANDS.
ALL RIGHT THEN,H-HOW DO I CATCH IT ?
IT'S A FOOTBALL DUDE.
YOU JUST PUT YOURARMS OUT AND CATCH IT.
ALL RIGHT,HERE WE GO !
NOW WHAT ?
NOW THROW ITBACK TO ME.
BUT IT'S DOWNIN THE SNOW !
SO DIG IT OUT.
BUT I'LL GET SNOWON MY GLOVES
AND THEN IT WILL MELTAND I'LL HAVE WET HANDS.
WELL, THEN WE'LLDRY THEM OFF.
ALL RIGHT THEN.
OH MY GOD.
KYLE, KYLE !
I JUST FOUND OUTTHAT IN WORLD WAR II
SOME JEWISH PEOPLEWERE SENT TO
YEAH, THEY WERE CARTMAN.
OH YOU SEE I DIDN'TREALIZE THAT
BUT I UNDERSTAND NOWHOW YOU MIGHT'VE THOUGHT
WHAT I SAID INTHE CLASSROOM
WAS A RACIAL SLUR,BUT SEE, I HAD NO IDEA !
YOU DID TOO !
YOU ARE SOFULL OF CRAP.
NO, I'M SERIOUSLY, BECAUSEI WAS TALKING TO CRAIG
AND CRAIG WAS ALL LIKE,
"DID YOU KNOWIN WORLD WAR II
THEY REALLY HADCONCENTRATION CAMPS ?"
AND I WAS ALL LIKE,"NO WAY!"
AND THEN THIS LITTLE LIGHTWENT ON IN MY HEAD,
"AW MAN, NO WONDER KYLETHOUGHT WHAT I SAID IN CLASS
WAS DIRECTEDAT HIS COUSIN."
BUT-BUT I WAS LITERALLY TALKINGABOUT A CONCENTRATION CAMP
YOU KNOW WHERE YOU GOFOR A WEEK TO LEARN TO FOCUS.
OH MAN, WHAT AMISUNDERSTANDING, HUH ?
YOU BLEWTHE DEAL, CARTMAN.
GODDAMMIT, GIVE MEANOTHER CHANCE !
I KNEW YOU WERE GONNAMAKE FUN OF MY LAME COUSIN
SO I OFFERED YOU THE40 BUCKS NOT TO RIP ON HIM.
YOU RIPPED ON HIM-DEAL'S OFF.
YOU DID WHAT ?
HA HA, SERVES YOURIGHT, ASSHOLE.
YOU-YOU PAID YOUR FRIENDSTO NOT MAKE FUN OF ME ?
LOOK IT'S NOT BECAUSEANYTHING'S WRONG WITH YOU.
WOW, YOU THINK IT TAKES $40TO GET PEOPLE TO LIKE ME.
KYLE, I'M SORRY.
BECAUSE I REALLY THINKYOU COULD'VE DONE IT
FOR ABOUT $12.50.
I MEAN YOU DIDN'T JUSTSTART AT $40 DID YOU ?
YOU GOTTA LOW-BALLTHESE THINGS,
SO YOU HAVEA PLACE TO GO.
OH, DUDE !
BOY, IT SURE ISDRY OUT HERE.
Learn & Focus
Cartman claims he didn't know there actually were concentration camps during WWII.
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
Cartman claims he didn't know there actually were concentration camps during WWII.x CLOSE
The boys ship Cousin Kyle to Antarctica in a cargo box.x CLOSE
Cousin Kyle makes five million dollars off Mr. Garrison's failed invention.x CLOSE
Kyle and cousin Kyle meet for the first time.x CLOSE
Mr. Garrison vows to come up with a better way to travel.x CLOSE
Kyle is puzzled over how he can possibly be related to his cousin Kyle.x CLOSE
Enrique Iglesias is the inspiration for Mr. Garrison's genius.x CLOSE
Kyle offers Cartman $40 to be nice to his lame cousin.x CLOSE
Cartman can't make it through class without ripping on Cousin Kyle.x CLOSE
Mr. Garrison has invents a new vehicle.x CLOSE