DOCTOR, DOCTOR, WILLOUR DAUGHTER BE OKAY ?
I AM SORRY,MR. AND MRS. KELLER,
BUT I'M AFRAIDYOUR DAUGHTER HELEN
STILL CANNOT SEE,HEAR OR SPEAK.
OH, NO, NO !
( mumbling )ERE, ERE MY GOOD IFE.
THERE IS NOTHINGWE CAN DO.
OH, MY POORLITTLE HELEN !
SHE CAN'T SEEOR HEAR US, JOHN !
HAGH, TIMMY !
ES, ERHAPS SHE SHOULGO DO AN ASYLUH.
STAN, WHAT THE HELL ISWRONG WITH YOU, I CAN'TUNDERSTAND YOUR LINES !
CUZ DE EARDURTS MY FACE !
CAN WE TAKEA LUNCH BREAK NOW ?
NO, IF WE WANT OUR PLAYTO BE BETTER THANTHE KINDERGARTNER'S PLAY,
WE HAVE TO REHEARSEAS MUCH AS POSSIBLE !
NOW LET'S CONTINUETHE SCENE !
HELLO, MY NAME ISANNE SULLIVAN
AND I BELIEVE I CAN TEACHTHIS CHILD TO COMMUNICATE.
EALLY, YOU HINK SO ?
HAGH, TIMMY !
DAMMIT, TIMMY, HELEN KELLERISN'T SUPPOSED TO TALK !
YOU GUYS, WE'VE GOTA BIG PROBLEM !
WHAT IS IT, BUTTERS ?
THE KINDERGARTNERS, I JUST CAMEFROM THEIR DRESS REHEARSAL !
OH IT'S GOOD, YOU GUYS,IT'S REAL GOOD !
HOW GOOD ?
THEY'VE GOT PILGRIM OUTFITSAND INDIAN ONES TOO !
THEY'VE GOT SINGING ANDDANCING, AND BOY, YOU'VENEVER SEEN SUCH A SHOW !
WHY, IT'S A THANKSGIVINGEXTRAVAGANZA !
OH NO !
WE CAN'T BE OUTDONEBY THE KINDERGARTNERS !
NO !WE CAN'T !
ALRIGHT, ALRIGHT,QUIET DOWN !
LOOK, WE'VE STILLGOT FOUR DAYS UNTILTHE THANKSGIVING FESTIVAL.
THAT'S PLENTY OF TIMETO REVAMP OUR PLAY !
REVAMP HOW, THE RULES ARETHAT THE FOURTH-GRADE CLASS
HAS TO PERFORM"THE HELEN KELLER STORY" !
YEAH, BUT NOBODY TOLD US HOW WE HAVE TO DO IT.
WE CAN ADD THANKSGIVING STUFFAND MUSIC NUMBERS TOO !
WELL, WE CANADD MUSIC NUMBERS,
BUT HOW DO WE MAKETHE HELEN KELLER STORYMORE THANKSGIVING-Y ?
I KNOW, HOW ABOUTINSTEAD OF A DOG...
HELEN KELLER HASA PET TURKEY !
YEAH, A TURKEY THATCAN DO TRICKS !
YEAH !THAT'S THE SPIRIT, GANG !
ALRIGHT, STAN AND WENDY,YOU GO OUT AND FIND SOMEMUSICAL INSTRUMENTS !
KENNY AND CLYDETAKE SOME KIDS
AND BUY SOME THANKSGIVINGDECORATIONS FOR THE SETS !
KYLE AND TIMMY, YOU GO OUTAND FIND A TURKEY !
THIS IS GONNA BETHE BEST VERSION OF"THE MIRACLE WORKER" EVER !
YEA !YEA !
Revamping the Play
Cartman and the kids need to make their play better than the kindergarteners'.
The boys start stealing teeth from less fortunate children and selling them to the Tooth Fairy at a premium.x CLOSE
The girls of South Park Elementary challenge the boys to a sledding race and Cartman gets sentenced to Juvenile Hall for 13 years.x CLOSE
Timmy is excused from class when he is diagnosed with Attention Deficit Disorder.x CLOSE
A family of quintuplets takes up residence in South Park and a media circus surrounds their every move.x CLOSE
Cartman goes online to find older friends when he decides that Stan, Kenny and Kyle are too immature to be his friends.x CLOSE
Kyle needs a kidney transplant and Cartman is discovered to be the perfect donor. Cartman offers his kidney to Kyle -- for the price of 10 million dollars.x CLOSE
Chef's passionate protest against the South Park flag enflames the entire town, including the children.x CLOSE
The boys form their own boy band, and everyone in town is lining up to audition for a spot as the fifth band member.x CLOSE
Priest Maxi's threats of eternal damnation have the boys racing to make their first Confession and Holy Communion.x CLOSE
Satan is torn between two lovers as he tries to choose between his new boyfriend and his ex, Saddam Hussein.x CLOSE
Geoffrey Maynard knows a trick-performing turkey that can replace Gobbles.x CLOSE
Gobbles survives near death yet again and Timmy figures out that LaMonde is a liar.x CLOSE
Timmy and Gobbles are reunited.x CLOSE
Cartman and the kids need to make their play better than the kindergarteners'.x CLOSE
Timmy and Kyle pick out a messed up turkey for the play.x CLOSE
Timmy finds a new best friend in Gobbles the turkey.x CLOSE
The Broadway turkey will not work with handicapped turkeys.x CLOSE
Gobbles is going to have to have an accident for the sake of the show.x CLOSE
The kindergarteners have special effects.x CLOSE
Timmy is persuaded to set Gobbles free to save him from torture.x CLOSE