WELL, MOM, DAD,I GUESS I BETTER BE GOING.
THE CONCERT'SGONNA START SOON.
ARE YOU SURE YOU CAN'TSTAY ONE MORE NIGHT, SON ?
NO, I THINKALL MY WORK HERE IS DONE.
DAD, I DON'TKNOW WHAT TO SAY.
I FEEL CLOSER TO YOUTHAN I EVER HAVE.
WELL, I JUST HOPE THAT NOWWE CAN PUT THE PAST BEHIND US
AND TRY TO BE ANORMAL FAMILY AGAIN.
WE SURE CAN.
WELL, I'VE GOT A WORLDWIDETELECAST RECORDER CONCERTTO GET TO.
MAKE US PROUD, SON.
♪ GRAY SKIES ARE GONNA CLEAR UP,PUT ON A HAPPY FACE ♪♪
YOU DID THERIGHT THING, PAPA.
I DIDN'T DO SQUAT.
HERE YOU GO,100 BUCKS.
OH, THAT'S OKAY,KEEP YOUR MONEY.
Mr. Garrison Sr. finds a solution to his problem.
Mr. Garrison has issues with going to Arkansas.x CLOSE
Cartman tries to find the "brown noise."x CLOSE
The whole world craps its pants.x CLOSE
The boys have a run-in with the New Yorkers.x CLOSE
Mr. Garrison confronts his father.x CLOSE
The boys challenge the New Yorkers' vocabularyx CLOSE
Mr. Garrison confronts his mother.x CLOSE
Yoko Ono is not a good public speaker.x CLOSE
Mr. Mackey tells Mr. Garrison Sr. that the right thing to do would be to molest his son.x CLOSE
Mr. Garrison tries to get his dad to molest him.x CLOSE