( school bell ringing )
WENDY, I'VE BEENHEARING RUMORS
ABOUT A FIGHT BETWEENYOU AND ERIC CARTMAN.
NO, MA'AM, THERE ISN'TGOING TO BE A FIGHT.
OH, NO ?ARE YOU SURE ?
I NOTICED ALL THETHINGS YOU'VE DONE FOR
DID YOU KNOW I'MA BREAST-CANCER SURVIVOR ?
I WAS DIAGNOSEDSEVEN YEARS AGO.
CANCER IS PURE EVIL.
IT IS A FAT LITTLE LUMPTHAT NEEDS TO BE DESTROYED.
WHEN THERE IS A CANCER,YOU HAVE TO FIGHT IT.
YOU CAN'TREASON WITH CANCER,
YOU CAN'T WISH IT AWAY.
CANCER DOESN'TPLAY BY THE RULES,
SO NEITHER CAN YOU.
MY... PARENTS SAIDTHAT IF I FIGHT--
AND YOU CAN'T LISTEN TOWHAT ANYBODY ELSE TELLS YOU.
YOU HAVE TO BE WILLING TOGIVE UP EVERYTHING
BECAUSE THE CANCERWILL TAKE EVERYTHING.
DO YOU UNDERSTAND ?
WHEN YOU HAVE ANCER,YOU FIGHT !
BECAUSE IT DOESN'T MATTERIF YOU BEAT IT OR NOT.
YOU REFUSE TO LET THATFAT LITTLE LUMP
MAKE YOU FEEL POWERLESS.
Fight the Cancer
Principal Victoria and Wendy talk about fighting fat, lumpy cancer.
Wendy tries to give a presentation on breast cancer, but Cartman can't get his mind off the killer titties.x CLOSE
Cartman and Wendy decide they are going to fight after school.x CLOSE
Cartman's confidence about fighting Wendy fades very, very quickly.x CLOSE
Cartman is committed to making peace with Wendy, and will do whatever it takes to get out of the fight.x CLOSE
Cartman tries to get Stan to reason with Wendy.x CLOSE
With only minutes left in the school day, Cartman needs a way out.x CLOSE
Cartman's detention will only delay the inevitable.x CLOSE
Cartman uses the oldest trick in the book: Telling His Mom.x CLOSE
Everyone shows up early for the fight, except Wendy.x CLOSE
Cartman gives his own report on breast cancer awareness.x CLOSE