EVERYWHERE HE GOES, PEOPLEARE TELLING HIM HE HAS BLOOD...
ON HIS WIENER.
- UH-HUH.GO ON.
- WE KEEP TRYING TO TELL HIMMAYBE THIS ALL ISN'T HIS FAULT.
MAYBE THE PEOPLEWHO MADE THE TOILET
ARE TO BLAMEFOR WHAT HAPPENED.
- SO WE WERE JUST WONDERINGIF WE COULD SUE SOMEBODY.
- YOU CAN ALWAYS SUESOMEBODY.
- ALL RIGHT!YOU SEE, CLYDE?
OKAY, WE WANNA HELP HIM SUEWHOEVER INVENTED THE TOILET!
- YOU GOT IT!HERE WE GO.
INVENTOR OF THE TOILET--SIR JOHN HARRINGTON.
KELSTON, ENGLAND.DIED 1692.
- OH. HE'S DEAD?
- SO THEN WE CAN'T SUE HIM?
- WHY NOT?YOU CAN ALWAYS SUE SOMEBODY.
IT'S JUST GONNA TAKESOME SPECIAL PROTOCOL.
WE WOULD HAVE TO PERFORM...
- A-A-A-A-A SUEANCE?
- YOU BET.
HERE AT HOFFMAN AND TURK,
WE SPECIALIZEIN SUING THE DEAD.
IF YOU HIRE US,WE'LL WORK HARD FOR YOU.
- WOW, REALLY?
- YOU HEAR THAT, CLYDE?
- NOW, LOOK, I'LL BEASKING ALL OF YOU
TO HAVE A VERY OPEN MIND
AND A WILLINGNESSTO FACE YOUR FEARS.
I WARN YOU, BOYS,
A SUEANCECAN BE VERY EXPENSIVE.
- HOW EXPENSIVE?
- HOW MUCH DO YOU HAVE?
- CLYDE GOT $3,000 FROMHIS MOM'S LIFE INSURANCE.
THAT'S EXACTLY HOW MUCHA SUEANCE COSTS.
- WOW, THAT'S WEIRD.
The boys visit a lawyer to seek compensation for Clyde's loss.
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