( sighing )
( knocking )
OH, HI, TIMMY,COME ON IN.
I UNDERSTAND YOU HAVESOMETHING IMPORTANT
YOU WANT TO TALK TO MEABOUT, M'KAY.
( sighs )TIMMY.
WELL, TIMMY,AS YOUR COUNSELOR,
I WANT YOU TO KNOW
THAT YOU CAN TELL MEANYTHING, M'KAY.
WHATEVER IS TROUBLING YOU
I WANT TO TRY ANDHELP YOU WITH.
( sighs )
M'KAY, RIGHT,YOU'RE TIMMY.
YOU HAVE A PROBLEM ?
NO, NOT TIMMY !
OH OH !
OH, JIMMY VALMER !
OH, OKAY,WHAT ABOUT HIM ?
TIMMY JIMMY !
TIMMY, TI-TI-TIMMY !
JIMMY TIMMY !TIMMY TIMMY !
TIMMY TIMMY !
JIMMY JIMMY TIMMY !
I DON'T QUITEFOLLOW, TIMMY.
RIGHT, JIMMY VALMER.
( sweet voice )AH, JIMMY JIMMY JIMMY.
( deep, mean voice )JIMMY JIMMY JIMMY !
RIGHT,HE'S JIMMY, M'KAY.
Timmy Goes to Mackey
Mr. Mackey has difficulty understanding Timmy.
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