AND PULL YOURSELFOUT OF THIS, MKAY?
I KNOW THAT YOUR PARENTSRECENTLY GOT DIVORCED, MKAY.
THAT'S GOTTA BE HARD.
I KNOW THAT--THAT'S BAD.
BUT WHEN YOU WALK AROUNDALL MOPEY, MKAY,
AND SAYINGEVERYTHING IS JUST SHITTY,
WELL THAT'S CALLED BEINGA DEBBY DOWNER, STAN.
AND NOBODY LIKESA DEBBY DOWNER, MKAY?
I MEAN, YOU GOTTA--
YOU GOTTA SNAPOUT OF IT, DEBBY.
COME ON, DEB, YOU'RE EVENBUMMING ME OUT NOW, MKAY?
YOUR ATTITUDE JUST--JUST SUCKS.
- I JUST WANT EVERYTHINGTO GO BACK TO THE WAY IT WAS.
- OKAY, WELL, THAT'SNOT GONNA TO HAPPEN, DEBBY.
OKAY, YOU KNOW LIFEHAS TO CHANGE, MKAY?
WHEN ALL THE THINGS THAT MADEYOU LAUGH JUST MAKE YOU SICK,
HOW DO YOU GO ON WHEN NOTHINGMAKES YOU HAPPY?
- HUH. EXCUSE ME A MINUTE,STAN, MKAY?
UH, HI, MISS BRONSKI?
DID WE VACCINATE STAN MARSHFOR THE FLU LAST YEAR?
[whispering]I THINK HE'S GOT ASPERGER'S.
Snap Out Of It, Debbie
Mr. Mackey talks with Stan about his depressing attitude.
Stan wakes up in the new apartment, but still seems kinda crappy.x CLOSE
The boys talk about Vaccination Day at school, and Stan's finally had enough.x CLOSE
Mr. Mackey talks with Stan about his depressing attitude.x CLOSE
Stan becomes the poster child for Asperger's Syndrome.x CLOSE
Cartman tries to get diagnosed, while Kyle and Wendy discuss Stan's attitude.x CLOSE
Stan joins the Asperger's treatment group.x CLOSE
Cartman Burger is born. Meanwhile, Stan learns more about his condition.x CLOSE
Stan gets plugged into the "real world" and visits Kyle at his new job.x CLOSE
Stan returns to the treatment group to learn more.x CLOSE
The Fast Food Organizations get together to put a stop to Cartman Burger.x CLOSE