THAT'S THE PRESCHOOL TEACHER,MISS CLARIDGE.
POOR WOMAN SUFFEREDSUCH HORRIBLE BURNS
SHE CAN ONLY COMMUNICATEBY BEEPING ONCE FOR "YES"
AND TWICE FOR "NO".
OH, HELLO,MISS CLARIDGE.
NICE DAY, ISN'T IT ?
( beeps once )
NEED HELP ACROSSTHE STREET, MISS CLARIDGE ?
( beeps twice )
OH, ALL RIGHT, THEN.
( beeps, then stops )
MISS CLARIDGE,YOU ALL RIGHT ?
YOU CAN TALK TO MEMISS CLARIDGE.
I UNDERSTAND, ONE BEEPFOR "YES" AND TWO FOR "NO".
DON'T YOU THINK YOU SHOULDGET OUT OF THE STREET ?
LOOK, YOU DON'THAVE TO BE SO COLD.
I'M JUST TRYING TO HELP.
OOH, SORRY !
( honking horns )
Beep Once for Yes, Twice for No
Miss Claridge beeps once for yes and twice for no.
The boys fear for their lives when Trent Boyett is released from juvie.x CLOSE
Butters is forced outside to play and comes face to face with Trent Boyett.x CLOSE
Miss Claridge catches on fire again and Trent goes back to jail.x CLOSE
Trent Boyett makes his exit from juvenile hall.x CLOSE
The boys visit Butters in the hospital.x CLOSE
The boys ask the sixth graders for protection.x CLOSE
Miss Claridge beeps once for yes and twice for no.x CLOSE
The boys take a picture of Cartman's Ass.x CLOSE
The boys enlist sixth graders as bodyguards.x CLOSE
Trent Boyett beats up the sixth graders.x CLOSE