I DON'T HAVE A CHOICE.
SOMEBODY HAS TOGET INTO SAN FRANCISCO
AND WARN KYLE'S FAMILY TO GETOUT BEFORE THE STORM HITS.
BUT... HOW COME WE CAN'T JUSTTAKE THE BUS ON INTO THE CITY ?
YOU DON'T KNOWSAN FRANCISCO, BUTTERS.
IT WAS THE BREEDING GROUND OFTHE HIPPIE MOVEMENT IN THE 60s
THERE'S HARDCORE LIBERALS,LESBIAN ACTIVISTS
AND DIE-HARD MODERN HIPPIESYOUNG AND OLD.
I SWORE I WOULD NEVER SET FOOTIN SAN FRANCISCO...
GOD HELP ME.
ALRIGHT, BUTTERS,I'LL BE TETHERED TO YOU
THROUGH THIS CORD.
IT'S MY ONLY LIFELINE SOMAKE SURE IT STAYS TAUT.
IF YOU STOPHEARING MY VOICE
FOR THE LOVE OF CHRISTSTART REELING ME IN
WITH ALL YOUR STRENGTH.
I WILL !
YOU'RE REALLY GREAT FORGOING TO WARN KYLE, ERIC.
I'M NOT DOING ITFOR KYLE.
I CAN'T BELIEVE I'M ACTUALLY
GONNA WALK THROUGHSAN FRANCISCO.
WELL... HERE GOES.
God Help Cartman
Cartman begins his journey into San Francisco.
Stan sees only one way to get all of South Park driving hybrid cars: write a song about it.x CLOSE
While smug spreads over South Park, the Broflovski's throw a dinner party.x CLOSE
The citizens of South Park resolve not to drive hybrids, since they can't do so without being smug.x CLOSE
Kyle and his dad drive through town while Kyle's dad brags about his hybrid.x CLOSE
Kyle's dad gives out tickets to people with SUVs.x CLOSE
Kyle's dad announces that the family is moving to San Francisco.x CLOSE
Cartman throws a going away party for Kyle and doesn't invite him.x CLOSE
The Broflovski's meet their new neighbors, who smell their own farts.x CLOSE
The boys learn that a smug storm could endanger both South Park and San Francisco.x CLOSE
The people of South Park blame Stan for their impending demise.x CLOSE