I MEAN, THIS DEBATEIS GOING TO ACTUALLY AFFECTTHE OUTCOME OF THE VOTE !
OH MAN, WE'VE GOT TOCOME UP WITH REBUTTALSTO THE HISTORY ARGUMENT.
WHY DON'T WE JUST TALKABOUT THE SWASTIKA.HUH ?
I MEAN, GERMANY WAS UNITED UNDER THE SWASTIKA, RIGHT ?
BUT OBVIOUSLY, HISTORYWASN'T AS IMPORTANT
AS CHANGING THEIR VIEWSAFTER THE WAR AND STUFF,SO THEY CHANGED IT.
HEY, THAT'SA PRETTY GOOD POINT, CARTMAN.
NOT BAD AT ALL, I'M GONNAMAKE THAT OUR FIRST ARGUMENT !
DOUBLESTUFF COOKIESARE MY FAVORITE !
REALLY ?MINE TOO !
WHAT I REALLYLIKE TO DO
IS I LIKE TO TAKE TOPSOFF OF TWO COOKIES,
AND THEN PUT THEM TOGETHERAND MAKE QUADRUPLE STUFFS !
HEY, THAT'S WHATI ALWAYS TO DO TOO !
NO WAY !YEAH !
JESUS, I NEVER THOUGHTI'D HAVE ANY THING IN COMMONWITH YOU, CARTMAN.
ME NEITHER !
WELL, ANYWAY, LET'SGET BACK TO WORK.
WEIRD, UM, OKAY.
NOW LET'S SAY THATFIRST WE TALK ABOUTTHE HISTORY OF THE FLAG.
WE CAN SHOW THAT THE--
SORRY, GO AHEAD.
NO, YOU GO AHEAD.
Something in Common
Cartman and Wendy are working well together.
Jimbo and Chef agree to compromise on the flag.x CLOSE
Ned and Jimbo use the Klan to their advantage.x CLOSE
The debate teams are assigned.x CLOSE
Chef and Uncle Jimbo argue over the South Park flagx CLOSE
Mr. Wyland wants the class to debate the flag issue.x CLOSE
Jimbo educates the students on the importance of maintaining the flag.x CLOSE
Chef tries to organize an anti-flag march.x CLOSE
Demonstrations for both sides of the flag issue take place.x CLOSE
The mayor decides to let the children of South Park vote on the flag issue.x CLOSE
The two teams research their sides of the debate.x CLOSE