OKAY, PEOPLE, WHAT ARE WERABBLING ABOUT NOW ?
MAYOR, OUR PEACE RALLY
HAS ALWAYS BEEN SETFOR THIS SATURDAY,
AND NOW THESEPRO-WAR BASTARDS
ARE SUDDENLY TRYING TO SAYTHEY GET THE TOWN SQUARE.
THAT'S BULLCRAP, MAYOR !
OUR RALLY TO SUPPORT THE WARWAS SETUP MONTHS AGO.
THERE WAS NO WARMONTHS AGO !
HEY, IF YOU DON'T LIKE AMERICATHEN YOU CAN GET OUT !
LOOK, NOBODY WANTS TO HEARA BUNCH OF TWANGY
COUNTRY MUSICPRO-WAR PROPAGANDA !
NOBODY WANTS TO HEAR A BUNCHOF ROCK PROTEST SONGS !
UP YOURS, REDNECKS !
RABBLE, RABBLE,RABBLE !
QUIET, PEOPLE !
THE TOWN SQUAREIS PUBLIC SPACE.
THAT MEANS IF NEITHER GROUPWILL NICELY AND MATURELY
MOVE THE DAY OF ITS RALLY,
I'LL JUST HAVE TO GIVE THETOWN SQUARE TO BOTH GROUPS.
ALRIGHT, THAT'S FINE,
BECAUSE OURWAR SUPPORT SONGS
WILL BE A THOUSANDTIMES BETTER !
OH, YOU THINK SO ?BRING THE SHIZZLE.
WE'LL TRIZZLE THAT SHIZZLEALL OVER THE HIZZLE.
SEE YOU SATURDAY, McKIZZERSHANIZZERNILLA SHNAZZ
Bring the Shizzle
The mayor grants everyone the right to protest.
Cartman saves the day with what he learned from his flashback.x CLOSE
The opposing sides sing their views at the rally.x CLOSE
Cartman has trouble studying his founding fathers.x CLOSE
The students partake in a walkout, protesting the war in Iraq.x CLOSE
The pro-war side and the anti-war side fight it out.x CLOSE
Cartman tries to knock himself into a flashback.x CLOSE
The mayor grants everyone the right to protest.x CLOSE
Cartman flashes back to 1776.x CLOSE
Cartman is told to deliver the Declaration of Independence to the Continental Congress.x CLOSE
Stan and Kyle are forced to give a presentation at the anti-war rally.x CLOSE