with the loss of a good friend.
We have to accept the fact
that Heidi won'tbe on social media anymore.
I know we're all gonna miss her.M'kay?
We're gonna missseeing what she's up to,
miss seeing those silly picturesshe'd post
of her and her friends.
[ Crying ]
But this is what can happenwhen someone gets bullied online
to the point they just can'tgo on anymore.
I know that some of youare feeling anger, m'kay,
some of you are feelinga little guilt,
and asking how somethinglike this can happen.
But the best thingwe can do for Heidi
is come togetheras friends and as students.
So now why don't we allget on Twitter, m'kay,
and just tweetsome of the things
we loved about Heidi, m'kay?
[ Crying ][ Keyboards clacking ]
M'kay.Oh, that's nice.
[ Mutters ]
Oh, that's a good one, Sarah.Uh-huh.
That's -- that's a pretty poem.
Oh, Heidi would haveloved this so much.
This is so special.M'kay?
Okay,can we all agree now
that whoever is doing thisneeds to stop?
Totally, you guys.This has gone far enough.
The girls are reallypissed off at us.
[ Slurps ]
So tonight,whoever is doing this
isn't goingto do it again.
'Cause if he does,
we're gonna have to dosomething about it.
You hear that,guys?
It better not happenagain tonight.
I am so seriously.
The kids all share, on Twitter, what Heidi meant to them, Meanwhile, the boys have a not so subtle conversation with Cartman about stopping the troll, @SkankHunt42.