They Took Our Jobs
Season 8 E 7 • 04/28/2004
The people from the future are putting Americans out of work.
Planting the EvidenceSouth ParkS8 E6
The police plant cocaine, blood splatter and the pubic hairs of a raped girl in Mr. Jefferson's home.
Sleepover DiscoveredSouth ParkS8 E6
Stan's parents find Mr. Jefferson in bed with the boys. He throws money around and explains his innocence, but Sharon is not convinced.
He's Not Black?!South ParkS8 E6
The police detectives are disgusted with themselves because they think they almost framed a guy who wasn't black.
That's IgnorantSouth ParkS8 E6
In an attempt to cheer Blanket up after dangling him out a window, Mr. Jefferson's nose falls off, scaring the crap out of his son.
Sergeant Yates at HomeSouth ParkS8 E6
Sergeant Yates tells his wife that he's quitting the force. She makes him realize that he loves his work framing rich black men and he shouldn't give it up.
Change BlanketsSouth ParkS8 E6
Mr. Jefferson calls his doctor to get his plastic surgery fix. Meanwhile, the boys kidnap Blanket and put Kenny in his place.
History of FramingSouth ParkS8 E6
Sergeant Yates gets in touch with the Santa Barbara police department and discovers Mr. Jefferson is actually a rich black guy.
Good ParentingSouth ParkS8 E6
After a chase ending at a police standoff, Kyle teaches Mr. Jefferson a lesson about parenting. Mr. Jefferson vows to give his money away, no longer making him a rich black guy, and a target of the police.
Present Day English, Please!South ParkS8 E7
The boys just want to order a cheeseburger and fries but the time-people's present day English is impossible to understand.
Terminator RulesSouth ParkS8 E7
A man from the year 3045 built a time machine to go to the past, find a job, open a savings account that will collect interest, thereby make him a billionaire in the future.
They Took Our JobsSouth ParkS8 E7
While scientists take delight in studying the future people, Americans all over the country are upset that hordes of them are arriving to take their jobs for less pay.
Unemployed Men Having Sex With Each OtherSouth ParkS8 E7
Stan proposes that instead of trying to turn everyone gay to destroy the future of mankind, maybe everyone can just try to build a better future.
A Gooback LandsSouth ParkS8 E7
A strange being arrives in a flash of light and emerges from a sphere. He attempts to cross the highway and is run over by a car.
A Good Job at Wendy'sSouth ParkS8 E7
More and more people from the future are arriving in the 21st century to get jobs that will make them more well off in their present year.
Twenty Five CentsSouth ParkS8 E7
The boys can't get jobs shoveling snow because the immigrants from the future are taking them all for a cheaper rate.
Stan's a TimecistSouth ParkS8 E7
The Marshes hire a time-person as their maid for dirt cheap. Stan is fed up with those "goobacks" taking people's jobs in the present.
The O'Reilly FactorSouth ParkS8 E7
Darryl, a white trash conservative, butts heads with a hippie liberal on "The O'Reilly Factor" about the fairness of employing people from the future in the present.
The Sad Girl Puts Balls In Her MouthSouth ParkS8 E7
The school board has mandated that class be taught in both present day English and Futurespeak, which upsets Stan.
Stop the FutureSouth ParkS8 E7
With no help from the government, Union workers plan to devise a way to stop the future from happening in order to save their jobs from the Goobacks.
Gay For AmericaSouth ParkS8 E7
The present day workers figure if they can get everyone in the present to turn gay, nobody will have any children, and then the future will never happen.