THE TOWN OF SOUTH PARKIS GOING TO BE LEVELED
IN ORDER TO MAKE WAY FORA 12-LANE SUPER HIGHWAY.
BUT HOW CAN THEYDO THAT ?
THE NATIVE AMERICANSHAVE PURCHASED THE LAND
OUT FROM UNDER US.
TOMORROW THEY'RE BUYINGTHE LAST OF WHAT THEY NEED
TO HAVECOMPLETE OWNERSHIP.
WELL, CAN'T WESTOP THEM ?
LET'S CALL THE BANK !
THE NATIVE AMERICANSBOUGHT THE BANK.
OH MY GOD !
NOW LOOK, IT ISN'TALL HORRIBLE.
THE NATIVE AMERICANS AREOFFERING YOU RETAIL VALUES
ON YOUR HOMES.
NO, SCREW THAT !
WE'LL JUST POOLOUR MONEY TOGETHER
AND BUY THE TOWNOURSELVES !
THAT'S RIGHT !YEAH !
YEAH, LET THE SOUTH PARKPEOPLE OWN SOUTH PARK !
HOW MUCH DO WEHAVE TO RAISE, MAYOR ?
THREE HUNDREDTHOUSAND DOLLARS.
OH, NEVER MIND.
Oh Never Mind
South Park considers pooling its resources to buy its property back.
Kyle's dad loses his house to the casino.x CLOSE
The citizens of South Park hit a long shot bet, then squander all their money trying to win again.x CLOSE
The town accepts free blankets covered in SARS.x CLOSE
The boys arrive at a casino with Stan's and Kyle's parents.x CLOSE
The boys watch Native American standup comedy.x CLOSE
South Park considers pooling its resources to buy its property back.x CLOSE
Stan recalls all the fun (i.e., violence) South Park has known through the years.x CLOSE
The boys convince South Park to make one last bet in the casino.x CLOSE
The boys try to convince South Park to stand and fight.x CLOSE
The boys stand in the street to block the bulldozers and are joined - eventually -- by the rest of South Park.x CLOSE