BEING A DELIVERY BOYFOR THE SOUTH PARK GAZETTE
IS A NOBLE PRIVILEGE.
I'M SORRY, MR. JARVIS,IT'S JUST THAT
I HAVE TO GET UP AT 4 A.M.TO DELIVER YOUR PAPER,
THEN I GO TOSCHOOL ALL DAY.
WE'VE ALL GOT PROBLEMS, PUSSY,GET USED TO IT.
YOU AREN'T DELIVERINGTHE PAPERS ON TIME !
MY BIKE HADA BUSTED PEDAL,
BUT I GOT IT FIXED SO THEREWON'T BE A PROBLEM ANYMORE.
IS THAT YOURBIKE OUT THERE ?
YEAH, WHY ?
CUZ IT'S BEING TOWED.
HEY, HEY WHAT AREYOU DOING ?
THIS YOUR BIKE ?YES !
IT'S ON THEIMPOUND LIST.
YOU OWE THE COUNTYFOR TICKETS.
NO DUDE, I NEED MY BIKETO DO MY JOB !
YEAH, WELL MY JOBIS TO TOW THIS BIKE.
YOU WANT IT BACK,TALK TO THE COUNTY.
NO, NO, DO NOTTOW MY BIKE !
STOP ASSHOLE !
Stan's bike gets towed because of overdue tickets.
Stan's first practice as coach of the South Park Pee Wee Hockey team.x CLOSE
The game ends in a tie.x CLOSE
Stan's team loses to the Detroit Red Wings.x CLOSE
Stan's bike gets towed because of overdue tickets.x CLOSE
Stan tries to get his bike back from the county.x CLOSE
Randy is worried about Stan's motives for coaching.x CLOSE
Stan's dad has a nightmare about Stan's pee wee hockey days.x CLOSE
Nelson's parents ask Stan to talk to Nelson.x CLOSE
Stan visits Nelson in the hospital.x CLOSE
Stan tells his team they have to win for Nelson.x CLOSE