HOW CAN YOU DO THISTO PEOPLE ?
WE'RE SORRY, BUT IF WE DO NOTBUILD A SUPER HIGHWAY,
OUR CASINO MIGHT STOPSEEING PROFITS.
THERE'S MORE TO LIFETHAN PROFITS.
LIKE WHAT ?
LIKE, YOU KNOW...SLURPEES AND STUFF.
WELL, COME ON, HONEY.
I GUESS WE SHOULD STARTPACKING UP OUR THINGS AS WELL.
YEAH, SO LONG,SOUTH PARK.
MOM ! DAD !
WE FIGURED OUT A WAYWE COULD RAISE $300,000 !
A DOG PARADE ?
STAN, WE'VE ALL TRIEDTO RAISE MONEY
BUT WE ONLY RAISED$10,000
AND THE DEADLINEIS TOMORROW.
I KNOW, SO HOW ABOUTWE TAKE THE $10,000
BACK TO THEINDIAN CASINO ?
TELL THEM, KYLE.
THE ODDS ON A SINGLE NUMBERIN ROULETTE ARE 35 TO 1.
THAT MEANS WITH A $10,000 BETYOU WIN 350,000 !
LOOK, WE'VE GOTNOTHING TO LOSE.
WHAT DO YOU GUYS THINK ?
IT'S A LONG SHOT.
YEAH, BUT ITS THE ONLY SHOTWE'VE GOT TO SAVE OUR TOWN.
Betting a Long Shot
The boys convince South Park to make one last bet in the casino.
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