It's us, your heroes,Coon and Friends.
We're, uh...just wondering
why you stopped following uson Instagram.
Because you victimizeinnocent people
and poop inlittle girls' mouths.
That's not true,Wilson.
We're Coon and Friends,not Harvey Weinstein.
Facebook says it's true.
But it's not true.
But Facebooksays it's true.
Okay, but it's not true,
and you need to haveyour own [bleep] brain
and decide shitfor yourself!
[ Screams ]
God damn it!
Let's just face it.
We're never gonna havea superhero franchise!
It's so unfair!
Come on, fellas.We can't let Butters win.
Forget it, Fastpass.The world hates us now.
Yeah, nobodybelieves in us.
We believe in each other,don't we?
Who cares whateveryone else thinks?
I joined this franchisebecause I believe
that it can makea lot of money.
And being a superhero meansyou keep believing in that money
no matter how hardthings get.
Fastpass is right.
We've let all this distract usfrom what's important.
We just need to getthe Netflix series
and let our superhero franchisespeak for itself.
Coon, everybody hates us.
Maybe so, but weknow who we are.
We are Coon Friends becausewe care about each other,
because we haveeach other's backs.
And when thingslook their darkest,
these heroeswill stand together and re--
Hey, babe,what's up?
[ Sighs ]
[ Sniffles ]
[ Groans ]
What are you up to?
Nothing. Just [bleep]wearing sweet costumes,
talking about fighting evil.
Is that okay?
I just -- I thought we weremeeting at the park.
You didn'ttext or anything.
Oh, my God. Are you [bleep]kidding me right now?
Sorry!I won't interrupt.
Because we areCoon and Friends,
and as long aswe have each other,
we can do anything!
Being a Superhero Means…
After learning the reason Coon and Friends are losing fans on social media, they decide to stand together against Professor Chaos.