ON PUBLIC ACCESS.
SHOULD HARBUCKS BE ALLOWED TO OPEN A STORE IN SOUTH PARK ?
THAT'S TONIGHT'S TOPIC.
ON MY LEFT, FIVE, INNOCENT,STARRY EYED BOYS
FROM MIDDLE AMERICA.
ON MY RIGHT, A BIG FAT, SMELLYCORPORATE GUY FROM NEW YORK.
( booing )
HEY, I'M NOT FAT OR SMELLY !
ALRIGHT, MR. DOUCHEBAG.
OH, PARDON ME, MR. ASS-FACE.
ANYWAY, LET'S HEAR YOUR SIDE OF THE ARGUMENT.
MY ARGUMENT IS SIMPLE.
THIS COUNTRY IS FOUNDED ON FREE ENTERPRISE.
( hissing )
HARBUCKS IS AN ORGANIZATION THAT--
AN ORGANIZATION THATPRIDES ITSELF ON GREAT COFFEE !
WE SIMPLY WANT--AW, TO HELL WITH YOU !
NOW FOR THE OTHER SIDE OF THE ARGUMENT,
WE TURN TO OUR YOUNG, HANDSOME LADS.
BOYS, YOUR THOUGHTS ?
COME ON, BOYS,DON'T BE SHY.
WHAT'S YOUR PRINCIPAL ARGUMENT ?
THIS GUY SUCKS ASS !
( cheering )
GREAT ARGUMENT !YOU WIN, BOYS !
THAT WAS CLOSE, MR. HAT.
South Park Town Hall meeting
The boys debate John Postem.
Everyone but Tweek misses the gnomes.x CLOSE
Mr. Tweek gets back from the committee.x CLOSE
The town of South Park protests Harbucks.x CLOSE
The class is divided into two groups.x CLOSE
Tweeks Bros. Coffee is threatened by Harbucks.x CLOSE
Tweek and the boys come up with a topic for their presentation.x CLOSE
The boys go to Tweek's house to see the gnomes.x CLOSE
The boys get away with Mr. Tweek's corporate takeover report.x CLOSE
The mayor crafts Prop.10 and the gnomes show up.x CLOSE
The boys debate John Postem.x CLOSE