SUNSHINEAND HAPPY THOUGHTS!
SUNSHINE AND HAPPY THOUGHTS,HUT!
OH, NO! THAT KID'SGOING TO INTERCEPT IT!
GOOD JOB, KID!
- GET IN THE CAR, STAN.
WE'RE GOING HOME.- WHAT?
- WE'RE SORRY, STANLEY,
WE DON'T WANT YOU PLAYINGTHIS SPORT ANYMORE.
- HEY, GET OFF THE FIELD,MKAY!
- EVERYONE!EVERYONE, LISTEN!
THERE'S SOMETHING YOU ALL NEEDTO KNOW ABOUT SARCASTABALL.
IT TURNS OUTIT'S TOTALLY SAFE.
YEAH, IT'S SUPER SAFE.
IT'S, LIKE, SO SAFE THAT WESHOULD HAVE EVERY KID PLAY IT.
SORRY, SORRY. HANG ON.
GOTTA NOT BE SO SARCASTIC.
[clears throat]LET ME TRY THAT AGAIN.
LISTEN, EVERYONE, IF YOU LETYOUR KIDS PLAY SARCASTABALL,
YOU'RE A FUCKIN' GENIUS.
OH! [groans]CUT, SORRY.
TRY THIS AGAIN.[clears throat]
LOOK, WHAT I'M TRYINGTO SAY IS,
WE SHOULD HAVE, LIKE,TEN SARCASTABALL LEAGUES,
BECAUSE THEN EVERYONE--GOD DAMN IT!
- STANLEY, JUST GET YOUR THINGSAND COME ON.
WE'RE GOING HOME.
- WHOA, YOU CAN'T TELL MEWHAT TO DO!
- YEAH, WE'RE YOUR PARENTS.WE CAN'T TELL YOU WHAT TO DO.
- DON'T YOU SEE WHAT THIS SPORTHAS DONE TO YOUR FATHER?
- DO YOU WANT TO END UPLIKE HIM?
- OH, RIGHT,LIKE HE DOESN'T EXAGGERATE
EVERY DISEASE HE GETS.
- OH, RANDY!IT'S HAPPENING!
- MR. MARSH, LISTEN.
I KNOW YOU CARE ABOUT YOUR SON,BUT HE'S A HECK OF A PLAYER.
HE'S GOOD AT TICKLING, LAUGHING,AND GETTIN' ALONG.
- LOOK, THE POINTHAS BEEN MADE, OKAY?
I'M WARNING YOU, BEING THISSARCASTIC IS DANGEROUS.
- WE'RE NOT BEING SARCASTIC,DAD!
IS IT SO HARD TO BELIEVE
THAT WE REALLY ENJOY A SPORTTHAT HAS NO VIOLENCE?
IS IT SO HARD FOR YOUTO BELIEVE
THAT WHEN BUTTERS SAYS
COMPETITIVENESS CAN BECOMPASSIONATE,
HE'S BEINGCOMPLETELY SINCERE?
- I DON'T SEE HOW ANYONECOULD PLAY THIS GAME
WITH ANY SINCERITY.
- THAT'S BECAUSEYOU'RE TOO GRUMPY
AND NEGATIVE TO BELIEVE IT.
WHAT YOU NEEDIS A SPORTS DRINK
THAT CAN BOOST YOUR LEVELS OFCARING AND GOODNESS.
- YEAH, DAD,YOU NEED SOME OF THIS.
THIS IS CUM.
Sunshine And Happy Thoughts
Randy tries to explain the dangers of Sarcastaball to the townspeople, all while battling his own sarcasm.
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
Randy and the boys tune in and witness the dangers of football.x CLOSE
Randy confronts the PTA and sarcastically proposes new rules for the game of football.x CLOSE
After the first practice, news of Sarcastaball sweeps across the nation.x CLOSE
Just when the boys want to quit, Butters rallies the team.x CLOSE
Randy moves up to the NFL and takes Sarcastaball with him.x CLOSE
The boys nominate Butters as team captain. Soon after, he has another one of his happy dreams.x CLOSE
Randy leads his NFL team to it's first victory.x CLOSE
Butters shares his secret stash of goo with Cartman.x CLOSE
After an appearance on "Rome", Sharon confronts Randy about his mental health.x CLOSE
The South Park Cows take on their toughest opponent, and Butters shares his goo with the team.x CLOSE