CLYDE HAD TO GET UPIN THE MIDDLE OF CLASS
AND FOLLOW HIS MOM HOMETO PUT THE TOILET SEAT DOWN!
HE WAS SO EMBARRASSED, DUDE,I THOUGHT HE WAS GONNA DIE!
- I KNOW, FAT ASS.I WAS THERE.
HIS MOM--HIS MOM GOES,
"CLYDE,YOU'RE AN ASSHOLE,
AND NOW I GOT TOILET WATERIN MY VAJAYJAY."
- THAT'S NOT WHAT SHE SAID.
YOU'RE PUTTING EXTRASON IT AGAIN.
IT'S NOT THAT FUNNY.
- I KNOW, DUDE.
THE BATHROOM'STHE LAST BASTION
OF AMERICAN FREEDOM.
- DON'T YOU FEEL JUSTA LITTLE BAD FOR CLYDE?
- WELL, YOU SHOULD.
THE POOR GUY SHOULDN'T BESCREAMED AT
FOR SOMETHING THAT JUST ISN'TTHAT BIG A DEAL AT ALL.
WHAT'S GOING ON?
- THEY'RE TRYING TO SAVECLYDE'S MOM.
- FROM WHAT?
- THEY'RE SAYING CLYDE
LEFT THE TOILET SEAT UPAGAIN.
- HANG IN THERE.YOU'RE GONNA BE FINE, OKAY?
- [groans]- STAY WITH ME NOW.
- I'M SORRY.THERE'S NOTHING WE CAN DO.
- WHEN SHE FELLINTO THE TOILET,
SHE ALSO MADE IT FLUSH.
IT CREATED A SUCTION
THAT'S LITERALLYPULLING OUT HER INSIDES.
- CAN'T WE DISCONNECTTHE TOILET FROM THE PLUMBING?
- YES, WE'LL HAVE TO,BUT WHEN WE DO THAT,
THE CHANGE IN PRESSUREWILL RIP OUT HER ORGANS.
- BUT SHE'S NOTGONNA DIE, IS SHE?
- WHY'D YOU LEAVETHE TOILET SEAT UP, SON?
CLYDE, I WANT YOU TO KNOWI DON'T BLAME YOU FOR THIS.
WE SHOULD HAVE BEENHARDER ON YOU
ALL THOSE TIMES YOULEFT THE TOILET SEAT UP.
- MOM, I'M SORRY.
- SHH! SHH-SH-SH-SH!
I DON'T HAVE A LOTOF TIME, CLYDE.
JUST PLEASE PUT THE SEAT DOWNFROM NOW ON
FOR YOUR SISTER'S SAKE,PLEASE.
OH, GOD, PLEASE!LET ME GO!
LET ME GO!DO IT! DO IT! DO IT!
AAH! AAH!NO! NO! OH!
Why'd You Leave The Seat Up, Son?
Clyde leaves the seat up and his mom suffers the consequences.
When one of the boys leaves the toilet seat up after he uses the bathroom, an unspeakable tragedy occurs.x CLOSE
Cartman launches his own gem shopping channel.x CLOSE
The kids are in danger when new trends start to evolve and shift at a rapid pace.x CLOSE
The town's big Easter Egg Hunt is in jeopardy when Cartman produces video evidence of a mysterious creature lurking in the woods.x CLOSE
Butters is the victim of an unlikely bully.x CLOSE
The boys' ziplining adventure becomes a terrifying test of survival.x CLOSE
The time has finally come for Cartman to let a special someone know exactly how he feels.x CLOSE
South Park Elementary takes steps to address football's concussion crisis.x CLOSE
Cartman finally admits he's fat and immediately gets a mobility scooter.x CLOSE
Cartman signs up for a home security system.x CLOSE
Clyde's mother lectures him on toilet etiquette, and the whole class finds out.x CLOSE
Clyde leaves the seat up and his mom suffers the consequences.x CLOSE
The town mourns the loss of Clyde's Mother.x CLOSE
The TSA pays a visit to Cartman's house.x CLOSE
The boys visit a lawyer to seek compensation for Clyde's loss.x CLOSE
the TSA is out enforcing the new toilet safety laws.x CLOSE
Cartman and the townspeople feel the effects of TSA delays.x CLOSE
Led by the boys' lawyer, the suance begins.x CLOSE
Randy notices the TSA's newest safety measures in his bathroom.x CLOSE
Cartman rallies the town to find a solution to their TSA problem.x CLOSE