ANOTHER SCHOOL SHOOTINGHAS TAKEN PLACE,
THIS TIME IN IDAHO.
AS THESE KINDSOF SHOOTINGS INCREASE,
ONE THING BECOMES CLEAR:
YOUR CHILDREN ARE NOTSAFE AT SCHOOL.
OH, GOD!CHANGE IT! CHANGE IT!
- THIS WAS THE SECOND TIMEA TERRORIST THREAT
HAS BEEN MADE ON A THEME PARK
LEAVING EVERYONE TO REALIZE
THAT CHILDRENARE NOT SAFE OUTSIDE.
- OH, GOD, CHANGE IT!
- AND IT SEEMS THERE ISA NEW DANGER TO LOOK OUT FOR:
CHILDREN WHO ARETAKEN BY STRANGERS.
THE BOTTOM LINE: CHILDREN ARENOT SAFE IN THEIR OWN HOMES.
- [screams]- TWEEK!
COME TO THE KITCHEN, SWEETIE.WE NEED TO SEE YOU REAL QUICK.
- OH, GOD,THEY'RE GONNA GET ME.
- SIT DOWNAND HAVE SOME COFFEE, SON.
TWEEK, THERE ARE STARTING TO BEA LOT OF REPORTS ON THE NEWS
ABOUT CHILDREN BEING ABDUCTED,AND WE THOUGHT WE SHOULD TALK.
- I SAW!
- YOU KNOW NEVER TO TALKTO STRANGERS, RIGHT, TWEEK?
YOU CAN'T TRUST ANYBODY.
- OH, GOD!
- NOW, WE DON'T WANTTO ALARM YOU, SON,
BUT WE'VE INSTALLED NEW LOCKS ONYOUR BEDROOM WINDOWS AND DOOR.
IT'S IMPORTANTFOR YOU TO KNOW
NEVER TO UNLOCK THEMAT NIGHT FOR ANYONE
EXCEPT YOUR MOTHER AND I.
- OH, JESUS!
- IT'S JUSTA PRECAUTION, SWEETIE.
PROBABLY NOTHINGWILL EVER HAPPEN.
No Child is Safe
Tweek freaks out over news reports.
Tweek almost gets kidnapped by a man dressed as the Ghost of Human Kindness.x CLOSE
The children are sent away so their parents can't abduct them.x CLOSE
The parents rabble on about their children becoming Mongolians and take them home.x CLOSE
Tweek freaks out over news reports.x CLOSE
Tweek's dad teaches him a lesson about trusting strangers.x CLOSE
Tweek is freaked out about getting abducted.x CLOSE
The townspeople want a giant wall built around the city to keep out abductors.x CLOSE
Tuong Lu Kim builds a giant wall around South Park.x CLOSE
The boys have to wear Child Tracker helmets on their head for safety.x CLOSE
Friends and neighbors can no longer be trusted with children in South Park.x CLOSE