[flatulence over headphones]
- RANDY, DO YOU MIND CLEANING UPTHE GARAGE LIKE I ASKED YOU?
- GET OUT OF MY ROOM!
I'M LISTENING TO MY MUSIC!GAH!
- STOP PRETENDING TO LIKETHE KIDS' MUSIC, RANDY!
YOU KNOW DAMN WELLIT SOUNDS LIKE CRAP TO YOU TOO!
- NO, IT DOESN'T SOUNDLIKE CRAP TO ME!
- RANDY, DON'T YOU SEEWHAT THIS IS?
YOU HAD DREAMSOF BEING A ROCK STAR
WHEN YOU WERE YOUNGER.
NOW YOU CAN'T ADMITTHE NEXT GENERATION'S MUSIC
IT'S CALLEDGETTING OLDER, RANDY.
IT'S OKAY!- THAT'S NOT TRUE!
I THINK TWEEN WAVE MUSICIS COMPLEX AND AWESOME
AND IT SPEAKS TO MY YOUTHFUL,REBELLIOUS SPIRIT, SHARON.
- IT'S CRAP, RANDY!
IT'S SO SIMPLE AND STUPIDTHAT ANYBODY COULD PLAY IT.
- ANYBODY COULD PLAY IT?DO YOU REALLY THINK SO?
It's Called Getting Older
Sharon chastises Randy over his new obsession with Tween Wave.
Stan celebrates his 10th birthday with all the boys.x CLOSE
Randy and Sharon argue over the "quality" of the boys' music.x CLOSE
Randy bumps his first Tween Wave album, while the rest of South Park shares their opinion on the trend.x CLOSE
The parents try to educate the kids on "real" music. Meanwhile, Stan starts to hear Tween Wave...differently.x CLOSE
Stan reveals his true feelings about Tween Wave.x CLOSE
The Doctor gives his diagnosis on Stan's condition.x CLOSE
Sharon chastises Randy over his new obsession with Tween Wave.x CLOSE
In his debut performance, Randy unleashes a little "Rattlesnake" in his britches.x CLOSE
Stan's condition puts a damper on a day out with the boys.x CLOSE
Randy performs with a special guest.x CLOSE