[ Doorbell rings ]
I'm Bill Clinton,
and I was almostthe first gentleman in America.
Oh, my gosh!
Honey, it's the nearlygentleman!
May I comeinto your lovely home?
Well, of course.That's very gentlemanly of you.
Oh, my goodness.
It's him!Hello, sir.
I wasn't expectingsomeone so stunning.
[ Smooches ]
I'm so sorryfor the intrusion,
but I was wonderingif I could speak with your son.
Oh, well, I'm afraid Buttersis grounded for pressing pickle
at the nail salon again.
Stephen, this is --He's a gentleman.
But -- But of coursewe'll make an exception.
Butters has been groundedquite a lot lately.
Don't knowwhat's gotten into him.
Well, maybe I can help.
That'd be great.
No matter how hard we groundhim, he remains defiant.
Butters,stop smushing snake.
The gentlemanis here to speak with you.
Hello, young man.Come on. Sit down.
Almost the First Gentleman
Bill Clinton visits the Stotch's to speak with Butters.