SARS HAS SPREAD THROUGHOUTTHE ENTIRE TOWN OF SOUTH PARK,
THEIR WILLSWILL BREAK SOON.
THEN I SUPPOSE WEMUST BE PATIENT.
RUNSWITHPREMISE,COME QUICKLY !
WHAT IS THE MATTER,WIFE ?
IT IS OUR SON,PREMISERUNNINGTHIN,
HE IS VERY SICK !
PREMISERUNNINGTHIN,WHAT IS THE MATTER ?
HE... HE SHARED A GLASS WITHONE OF THE PEOPLE FROM CHINA.
HE HAS SARS.
I TOLD YOUNOT TO TOUCH THEM !
I HAVE GIVEN HIM HERBSFROM THE DESERT PLANT
AND WATER FROMTHE CACTUS OF LIFE,
BUT NOTHINGSEEMS TO BE WORKING.
THIS WOULD NOT HAVE HAPPENEDIF THOSE TOWNPEOPLE
WOULD HAVE JUSTMOVED AWAY !
NO MORE WAITING AROUND--
TOMORROW WE BEGIN THEFINAL STAGE OF OUR PLAN !
SHOCK AND AWE !
Premise Running Thin
Chief Runs With Premise vows to destroy South Park the next day when he learns his son has SARS.
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