YES, HON ?
UM, COULD I GET YOUTO DO SOMETHING FOR ME ?
WHAT'S THAT, HON ?
UM, OKAY, THIS IS GOING TOSOUND A LITTLE STRANGE,
UM, BUT, STICK WITH ME.
UM, MOMMMM, WOULD YOUMIND COMING WITH ME
TO SIGN UP FORTHE SPECIAL OLYMPICS
SO I CAN BEAT ALL THEHANDICAPPED KIDS
AND WIN $1,000 ?
OOH, NO, SWEETIE,
I BELIEVE THOSE OLYMPICS AREJUST FOR SPECIAL CHILDREN.
I'M NOT SPECIAL ?
I THOUGHT YOU ALWAYSSAID I WAS SPECIAL.
YOU ARE, HON, BUT I DON'TTHINK THAT'S A VERY GOOD IDEA.
I'LL SPLIT THE MONEYWITH YOU.
I'M SORRY, ERIC,THE ANSWER IS NO !
ALL RIGHT, MOM, LOOK,HERE'S THE TRUTH.
GOD, THIS IS GONNABE HARD TO SAY.
I THINK, MOM,THAT I'VE BEEN HARD ON
SOME OF THE HANDICAPPED KIDSAT SCHOOL IN THE PAST.
I'VE SOMETIMES LOOKED ATPEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
AS PEOPLE GOD PUT HERE ON EARTHFOR MY AMUSEMENT, BUT,
NOW I'M STARTING TO THINK,
IF I COULD JUST SPENDONE DAY IN THEIR SHOES,
IF I COULD JUST SEE THECHALLENGES THEY FACE EVERY DAY,
MAYBE I WOULDN'TBE SO COLD.
I JUST WANT A CHANCETO CHANGE.
HELP ME CHANGE ?
OH, ALL RIGHT, SWEETIE,I'LL TAKE YOU TOMORROW.
A Chance to Change
Cartman convinces his mom to sign him up for the Special Olympics.
Jimmy is persuaded to take steroids as a shortcut.x CLOSE
Kyle confronts Eric about his actions.x CLOSE
Jimmy learns that cheating is wrong.x CLOSE
The boys agree to cheer for Timmy and Jimmy at the Special Olympics.x CLOSE
Cartman wants to pretend to have a disability so he can win the Special Olympics.x CLOSE
Cartman researches the handicapped.x CLOSE
Jimmy's almost caught juicing in his room.x CLOSE
Cartman needs a parent to sign up for the Special Olympics.x CLOSE
Cartman convinces his mom to sign him up for the Special Olympics.x CLOSE
Timmy discovers Jimmy's bag of steroids.x CLOSE