- CARTMAN, DUDE,WHAT'S WRONG?
- NOTHING.JUST LEAVE ME ALONE, OKAY?
- DUDE, YOU'VE BEENSITTING AT YOUR LOCKER CRYING
SINCE LUNCH BREAK.
SOMETHING'S GOING ON.
- IT'S JUST--THAT ESSAYTHAT GARRISON ASSIGNED US.
- "WHAT I WANNA BEWHEN I GROW UP?"
- I DON'T LIKE THINKING ABOUTWHAT I WANNA BE
WHEN I GROW UP, ALL RIGHT?[sobbing]
- WHY NOT?
- BECAUSE WHEN I GROW UP,I WANNA BE SOMETHING
THAT I KNOWI CAN NEVER BE, STAN.
- CARTMAN, TELL US.
I WANNA BEA NASCAR DRIVER, OKAY?
WHEN I SEETHE CAR RACES ON TV,
THOSE LOUD ENGINESAND PEELING WHEELS,
IT'S SO COOL.[sobbing continues]
- WELL, CARTMAN,IF YOU WANT TO DRIVE NASCAR
WHEN YOU GROW UP, YOU CAN.
- OH, RIGHT.
SOMEONE LIKE MECAN BE A NASCAR DRIVER.
LOOK AT ME!
YOU REALLY THINKSOMEONE LIKE THIS
CAN EVER BECOME AN AWESOME,FAMOUS NASCAR DRIVER?
CARTMAN, YOU CAN CHANGE THINGSABOUT YOURSELF.
- NO, I CAN'T.I'LL ALWAYS BE LIKE THIS.
- DUDE, NO,YOU DON'T KNOW THAT.
- COME ON, YOU GUYS.I HAVE TO FACE FACTS.
NASCAR IS ONLY FOR POORAND STUPID PEOPLE.
I DON'T HAVE WHAT IT TAKES.[sobbing continues]
- I'M NOT POORAND STUPID ENOUGH TO DO NASCAR
AND I NEVER WILL BE.
- DUDE, I DON'T THINK
JUST POOR AND STUPID PEOPLELIKE NASCAR.
- OH, REALLY?HEY--HEY, KENNY!
- HUH?- YOU LOVE NASCAR, HUH?
- [muffled] YEAH, DUDE,I LOVE NASCAR!
- YOU SEE?
I TOLD YOU GUYS!WHAT'S THE USE?
IT'S JUST--IT'S HOPELESS!
- CARTMAN, YOU ARE POORAND YOU ARE STUPID.
- I KNOW YOU'RE TRYING TOMAKE ME FEEL BETTER, KYLE,
BUT A RICH SMART KIDHAS NO PLACE ON A RACETRACK.
- DUDE, YOU ARE SO RETARDED!
- THANKS, STAN,BUT EVEN IF I WAS,
I'D STILL BE TOO RICH.
- HOW ARE YOU RICH?
YOUR MOM PAYSFOR EVERYTHING.
- YOU GUYS REALLY THINKI COULD DO THIS, DON'T YOU?
YOU REALLY BELIEVE IN ME.
- I BELIEVE THAT YOU'REA BROKE, IGNORANT, IDIOT!
- THEN MAYBE I CANMAKE MYSELF BELIEVE IT, TOO.
THANKS, YOU GUYS.I'M GONNA GO CHASE A DREAM.
Not Poor and Stupid Enough
Cartman gets all teary over what he wants to be when he grows up.
The latest in scientific testing reveals that some of the boys at South Park Elementary have a sex addiction problem.x CLOSE
The boys are given a controversial book to read in school and it inspires them to write one of their own.x CLOSE
Cartman's favorite restaurant has been shut down and replaced by a store that sells medicinal marijuana. Meanwhile, Randy is desperate to get a prescription card to treat his testicular cancer.x CLOSE
When Kyle begs Stan to "friend" him, Stan gets sucked into Facebook.x CLOSE
The town of South Park faces a class action lawsuit as every celebrity they've ever ridiculed is out for revenge.x CLOSE
Angry celebrities, violent ginger kids and Mecha Streisand are about to destroy South Park and all anyone wants to know is, "Who is Eric Cartman's father?"x CLOSE
Jimmy and Timmy are off to summer camp with all their handicapable friends.x CLOSE
Cartman dreams of being a NASCAR driver and he's willing to do whatever it takes to make it happen.x CLOSE
New Jersey is taking over the nation one state at a time. Randy and the boys take a stand as the Jerseyites approach South Park.x CLOSE
When Stan is sent to the school counselor because he's holding on to an obscene number of useless possessions, he realizes that Mr. Mackey has a hoarding disorder too.x CLOSE
Cartman gets all teary over what he wants to be when he grows up.x CLOSE
Cartman recruits Butters to help him chase his NASCAR dream.x CLOSE
After getting poor, Cartman devises a plan to get stupid.x CLOSE
Butters and Cartman sneak themselves into a NASCAR race.x CLOSE
While in the hospital, Cartman gets some uplifting news from his doctor.x CLOSE
Kenny gets pissed after seeing a NASCAR news report.x CLOSE
Cartman takes his poverty to the next level...and is handsomely rewarded.x CLOSE
Cartman joins other NASCAR drivers for a press conference.x CLOSE
PTI picks up Cartman's video podcast about dip and Obama.x CLOSE
Cartman finally gets behind the wheel of his very own race car.x CLOSE