CARTMAN, KENNY'SIN THE HOSPITAL.
IN THE HOSPITAL, WHY ?
THEY TOLD US HE HASA MUSCULAR DISEASE.
AND THAT, AND THATHE MIGHT DIE.
DIE... KENNY ?
DON'T YOU SAY THAT,KENNY'S NOT GONNA DIE.
I'M GOING TO TAKE THE BOYS TO GOSEE HIM AT THE HOSPITAL, ERIC.
WE THOUGHT YOU MIGHTWANT TO COME.
YEAH, YEAH, OF COURSE.
LET ME GET MY COAT.
THERE WE GO,LITTLE BUDDY.
YOU SURE YOU DON'T WANTTO TAKE YOUR JACKET OFF,
IT'S PRETTY WARM ?
( mumbling )NO THANKS.
HEY, LOOK WHO HASSOME VISITORS.
OOH, WHAT A LUCKYLITTLE MAN.
WE'LL BE RIGHT OUTSIDEIF YOU NEED US, KENNY.
HEY, DUDE,HOW'S IT GOING ?
OKAY, I GUESS.
WE BROUGHT YOU A PRESENT,IT'S A GOBO FIGHTER.
DON'T TELL HIMWHAT IT IS, DUDE.
( coughing )
HEY, WE WERE ALL TALKING ABOUTHOW WHEN YOU GET BETTER
WE'RE ALL GONNA GO DOWNTO STARK'S POND AGAIN
AND GO CAMPING,HUH, STAN ?
STAN, STAN !WHERE YOU GOING ?
I CAN'T,I JUST CAN'T.
DUDE, HE NEEDS USRIGHT NOW.
I CAN'T SEE HIMLIKE THAT, KYLE.
ALL THOSE HOSESAND WIRES.
HE'S A KID, DUDE,
HE'S SUPPOSED TO BE RUNNINGAROUND AND LAUGHING.
I KNOW IT'S TOUGH, BUT--LOOK AT ME !
I KNOW IT'S TOUGH,OKAY, I KNOW.
BUT WE HAVE TO BETOUGH RIGHT NOW.
AND WHAT ARE WESUPPOSED TO DO, HUH ?
STAND IN THAT ROOM ANDKEEP MAKING SMALL TALK ?
MAKE BELIEVE LIKEEVERYTHING'S OKAY ?
I CAN'T DO IT !
LOOK, HOWEVER HARDYOU THINK IT IS FOR YOU,
IT'S A LOT HARDER FOR HIM.
JUST LEAVE ME ALONE !
STAN, YOU CAN'T LEAVE.
I'M NOT THE ONE WHO'SLEAVING, HE IS !
Y'KNOW, IT'S FUNNY, KENNY.
STAN AND KYLE HAVEALWAYS SORT OF BEEN
BEST FRIENDS, Y'KNOW.
WELL, I DON'T KNOW IF I EVERTOLD YOU THIS, KENNY, BUT...
I KINDA ALWAYS THOUGHTYOU WERE MY BEST FRIEND.
I DON'T KNOW.
( muffled )YES, YOU'RE MYBEST FRIEND TOO.
OKAY, WE'RE GONNA NEED TO GIVEKENNY SOME TIME TO SLEEP NOW.
DON'T YOU WORRY,KENNY,
I'M GONNA FINDA CURE FOR YOU.
EVERYTHING'SGONNA BE OKAY.
( sniffling )
OH, KYLE, HEY.
WHAT'S GOING DOWN, JEW-BOY ?
CARTMAN, WERE YOU CRYING ?
NO, NO, I MEAN, I, I GOTSOMETHING IN MY EYES.
THE AIR IN HERE IS JUST--
I CARE A LOTABOUT HIM TOO.
I'M GONNA FIND A CURE, KYLE.
I SWEAR TO GOD,I'M GONNA FIND A CURE.
SURE YOU WILL, CARTMAN.
SURE YOU WILL.
We Have to Be Tough
Cartman swears he'll find a cure for Kenny.
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 discovers a baby-fetus delivery truck in the snow.x CLOSE
Cartman is looking to unload his Aborted Fetuses.x CLOSE
Cartman swears he'll find a cure for Kenny.x CLOSE
Cartman wants to sell the aborted fetuses he found in the snow.x CLOSE
Kenny's in the hospital with a terminal disease.x CLOSE
Cartman will do anything to sell his unwanted fetuses.x CLOSE
Cartman learns about stem cells.x CLOSE
The Make-a-Wish Foundation sends Madonna to Kenny as a surprise.x CLOSE
Chef explains to Stan why God gives us things only to take them away.x CLOSE
Cartman moves Congress to stand and sing an Asia song.x CLOSE