THIS IS A MISTAKE, SIR.
WE AREN'T REALLYA PERUVIAN FLUTE BAND.
YOU JUST PLAYPAN-FLUTE MUSIC AT THE MALL
AND SELL C.D.s OF YOUWITH A LLAMA,
BUT YOU'RE NOTA PERUVIAN FLUTE BAND.
WE-- WE'RE JUST KIDS,YOU KNOW ?
WE WERE JUSTTRYING TO MAKE SOME MONEY.
WE JUST WANNA GO HOME !
I'M SUPPOSED TO GET LAID FORTHE FIRST TIME ON SATURDAY.
WHICH TOURIST LOCATIONWERE THEY PLAYING AT ?
AN OUTDOOR MALLIN COLORADO.
LOOK, WE'REFROM COLORADO.
WE-- WE GREW UP INTHE UNITED STATES !
WE SPEAK ENGLISH !
AND WE'RE WHITE !
LET ME TALK TO YOUGUYS OUT HERE.
WELL, WHAT DO YOU THINK ?
I DON'T KNOW WHAT TOMAKE OF IT, SIR.
IT'S LIKE NOTHINGI'VE EVER SEEN BEFORE.
CLEARLY THEY ARE APERUVIAN FLUTE BAND
AND YET THEY AREN'T.
THEY PLAY PAN-FLUTE MUSICLIKE THE OTHERS,
BUT THEY TALKAND ACT LIKE ONE OF US.
THEY'RE OBVIOUSLYSOME KIND OF HYBRID.
A HYBRID ?
HOW IS THAT POSSIBLE ?
PERHAPS APERUVIAN FLUTE BAND
MATED WITH ONE OF OURFEMALES-- WHO KNOWS ?
WELL, HOWEVERTHEY CAME TO BE,
THEY'RE ABOUT THE ONLY PIECEOF GOOD LUCK WE'VE HAD.
IF THEY ARE THE HYBRIDWE'RE TALKING ABOUT,
THEN THEY COULD BEOUR WAY OF TAKING OUT PERU
ONCE AND FOR ALL.
DO YOU GUYS KNOW WHYNOBODY ELSE AT SCHOOL
LIKES HANGING OUTWITH YOU ?
BECAUSE YOU'RE ALWAYSDOING STUFF LIKE THIS.
YOU'RE ALWAYS COMING UPWITH SOME STUPID IDEA
TO DO SOMETHING,AND THEN IT BACKFIRES
AND THEN YOU END UP INSOME FOREIGN COUNTRY
OR IN OUTER SPACEOR SOMETHING.
THAT'S WHY NO ONE LIKESHANGING OUT WITH YOU GUYS.
YOU'RE BEING EXTREMELYNEGATIVE, CRAIG.
ALL RIGHT,HERE'S THE DEAL.
MAYBE YOU ARE ON OUR SIDEAND MAYBE YOU AREN'T,
BUT IF YOU HELP US,WE'LL GET YOU HOME.
HELP YOU HOW ?
YOU'RE ABLE TO WALK AMONGSTTHE PERUVIAN FLUTE BANDS.
THEY SEE YOUAS ONE OF THEM.
WE ARE GOING TO SEND YOUTO THEIR CAPITOL.
CAN WE PLEASEJUST GO HOME, SIR ?
WE STILL DON'T KNOW WHOSESIDE YOU'RE ON !
YOU DO THISAND WE'LL KNOW.
YOU LEAVE FOR PERUIN THE MORNING.
NO, NO, I'M NOTGOING TO PERU !
NOT PERU !KYLE, CALM DOWN.
YOU KNOW I CAN'TGO THERE, STAN !
ONE OF OUR FRIENDSWAS RAPED IN PERU.
IT WAS VERY TRAUMATIC.
YOU DON'T HAVEA CHOICE !
EITHER YOU GO TO PERU,
OR YOU GET LOCKED UP FOREVERWITH THE OTHER FLUTE BANDS.
The Llama Brothers
The Boys are interrogated by Homeland Security.
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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