SCREW YOU, KYLE.
AND, ALL RIGHT,YOUR TURN, KENNY.
YOU GUYS, YOU GUYS,CHECK THIS OUT !
I SAW ANOTHERPERUVIAN FLUTE BAND
OUTSIDE MY HOUSELAST NIGHT !
SO I JUST SAT THEREAND WATCHED THEM FOR A WHILE.
GUESS HOW MUCH MONEYTHEY MADE
SELLING THEIRCRAPPY C.D.s ?HOW MUCH ?
OVER 200 BUCKS.
REALLY,ARE YOU SURE ?YEAH, DUDE !
I'M STARTING TO REALIZE
IT'S LIKE THE EASIEST JOBIN THE WORLD, Y'KNOW ?
I MEAN, WE COULD THAT !
BECOME APERUVIAN FLUTE BAND ?
YEAH, WHY NOT ?!
WE GET SOME INSTRUMENTSAND SOME COSTUMES,
AND THEN MAKE SOME CRAPPYPAN FLUTE MUSIC C.D.sON MY COMPUTER.
OH, MY GOD !
WE ARE GONNA MAKE SO MUCHF--KING MONEY, YOU GUYS.
YEAH !WOO-HOO !
BUT WHERE ARE WE GONNAGET THE MONEY
TO BUY COSTUMESAND INSTRUMENTS ?
( doorbell ringing )
CRAIG, DUDE,HOW YOU DOING, BRO ?
COOL, AWESOME !
UM, CRAIG, REMEMBERYOU WERE TELLIN' US
HOW YOUR GRANDMA GAVE YOU100 BUCKS FOR YOUR BIRTHDAY ?
CRAIG, HOW WOULD YOU LIKE TOTURN THAT $100 INTO $1,000 ?
COME ON IN, CRAIG,HAVE A SEAT !
WHAT DO YOU GUYS WANT ?
CRAIG, WE HAVE CHOSEN YOUTO JOIN OUR
PERUVIAN FLUTE BAND !
ALL RIGHT, CRAIG !
YOU MEAN LIKE THOSEGUYS YOU SEE AT ALL
THE TOURIST SPOTS ?
THERE'S A REASON THEY'REEVERYWHERE, CRAIG.
BECAUSE THEY MAKE BANK !
WE JUST NEED YOUR MONEYTO BUY SOME INSTRUMENTS
AND MAKE SOME C.D.s.
AND WE'LL DOUBLE YOUR MONEYIN ONE AFTERNOON, CRAIG.
YOU GUYS NEVERHANG OUT WITH ME,
YOU NEVER INVITE METO DO STUFF,
BUT NOW YOU WANT METO BE IN A BAND WITH YOU
BECAUSE MY GRANDMAGAVE ME $100.
CRAIG, DON'T BEAN ASSHOLE.
I'LL GO GET THE MONEY.
We Can Do That
The boys decide forming a Peruvian flute band would be an easy way to make bank.
After a routine tonsillectomy goes horribly wrong, Cartman comes face to face with his own mortality.x CLOSE
When the boys help Britney Spears get to the North Pole, they discover the shocking secret behind her popularity.x CLOSE
In a South Park homage to the 1981 film "Heavy Metal," the boys are trying to get Kenny off the latest drug craze that's captured the junior high and under set.x CLOSE
The head of the World Canadian Bureau leads the country into a long and painful strike and the responsibility of brokering a settlement rests with the boys.x CLOSE
While Ms. Garrison is off trying to find a way to become the man he was always intended to be, Cartman is put in charge of the classroom.x CLOSE
One day the citizens of South Park wake up and find the Internet is gone. After hearing rumors of "Internet" in California, Randy packs up the family and heads out west.x CLOSE
While the kids are on an educational field trip to a living museum, Cartman makes Butters sneak away from the class to go to the amusement center located next door.x CLOSE
With the rest of the American people haunted by the memory of a recent tragic event, only Butters will stand with Cartman as he confronts the Chinese.x CLOSE
Wendy gets in trouble when she threatens to beat up Cartman after school.x CLOSE
While the world struggles to contain an epidemic of epic proportions, the boys find a way to make money off of it.x CLOSE
Stan is annoyed by the excess of Peruvian flute bands. Randy enjoys his new videocamera.x CLOSE
The boys decide forming a Peruvian flute band would be an easy way to make bank.x CLOSE
During their first public performance, the boys feel the heat of Peruvian flute competition.x CLOSE
The Department of Homeland Security realizes they have an epidemic on their hands.x CLOSE
The Department of Homeland Security launches a counter-attack on Pan Flute Bands.x CLOSE
Randy films his family watching the news.x CLOSE
The Boys try to reason with a guard, buy he doesn't want any more CDs.x CLOSE
Homeland Security informs the camp that they're about to be shipped off.x CLOSE
The Parents all wonder what has happened to the Boys.x CLOSE
Homeland Security tries to figure out where "Peruvian" is.x CLOSE