- HOW ABOUT THAT, FOLKS?
THAT IS BRAZILIAN EMERALD.
FINEST EMERALD AVAILABLE.
WE'RE LETTING THIS ONE GOFOR $14.95 EZ PAY.
WE CALL IT THATTO SAVE YOU TIME.
"E-Z" IS AN ABBREVIATIONOF "EASY."
$14.95 EZ PAY AND--WHAT'S THAT?
OKAY, ALL RIGHT,I JUST GOT WORD,
WE ARE DROPPINGTHE "Z" FROM EZ PAY.
IT'S NOW JUST E PAY.
BY USING THE WORD "E PAY"
INSTEAD OF TAKING ALL THAT TIMETO SAY, "EZ PAY,"
WE'RE SAVING YOUA SECOND OF TIME,
AND THOSE SECONDS ADD UP.
GO AHEAD AND TRY IT.
SAY, "E PAY," 5,000 TIMES.
THAT'S 5,000 SECONDS.
NINE HOURSWE JUST SAVED YOU
HERE ON J&GSHOPPING NETWORK.
NOT WASTING YOUR TIME HERE.
YOU CAN'T AFFORD NOT TO BUYTHIS ONE.
YOU DON'T HAVE A LOT OF TIMELEFT, LITERALLY.
PASS THIS ONE DOWN TO YOUR KIDS,YOUR GRANDKIDS.
SHOW 'EMYOUR LIFE HAD MEANING.
- YOU SEE THAT, BILLY?
THAT'S AN EMERALDON 14-KARAT GOLD.
DON'T YOU THINK YOUR SISTERWOULD LIKE THAT?
- SHE DOESN'T LIKE JEWELRY,GRANDPA.
- HA! WELL,SHE WILL ONE DAY.
SHE'LL APPRECIATE IT.
SHE'S--SHE'S JUST A BABY,AFTER ALL.
- SHE'S NOT A BABY, GRANDPA.SHE'S 13.
- SALLY'S 13?
BILLY,DID I EVER TELL YOU
I USED TO HAVE A BORDER COLLIENAMED PATCHES?
- YES, GRANDPA.
- I LOVED THAT DOG.
SHE ALWAYSMADE ME SO HAPPY.
WHEN SHE DIED, I-I DIDN'TLET MYSELF GET TOO SAD,
'CAUSE I THOUGHT--THOUGHT I'D ALWAYS HAVE
THE MEMORY OF HERSLOBBERING, HAPPY FACE.
I CAN'T REMEMBERWHAT SHE LOOKED LIKE, BILLY.
- DON'T WORRY, GRANDPA.
I'M GONNA TAKE CARE OF THIS.
Dropping The Z From EZ PAY
Stan tries to stop Grandpa Marsh from purchasing more useless jewlery from the shopping network.
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
The Marsh family visits Grandpa, and Stan is given a not-so-awesome present.x CLOSE
Cartman gives Stan hard time about his new bolo tie.x CLOSE
Stan visits several Cash For Gold shops to pawn his new bolo tie.x CLOSE
The boys discover the TV network responsible for selling jewelry to the elderly.x CLOSE
Cartman unveils his new breakthrough equation for making gold.x CLOSE
Stan tries to stop Grandpa Marsh from purchasing more useless jewlery from the shopping network.x CLOSE
With the help of Butters, Cartman solicits jewelry for his new Cash 4 Gold business.x CLOSE
During a live airing of the jewelry show, Stan calls in with a special request for the host.x CLOSE
Cartman launches his own jewelry show on the Old People's Network.x CLOSE
The boys visit a smelting company to put a stop to the jewelry scam. When that doesn't work, they go after the sign holders.x CLOSE