Straight BashingSouth ParkS7 E8
Stan, Cartman and Kenny refuse to stick up for Kyle when he's picked on, and eventually beat up, for not being metrosexual.
Kyle's Had EnoughSouth ParkS7 E8
After enduring a beating for not being gay enough, Kyle's knows what he has to do to cure the town of its metrosexuality.
Flippity Floppity FloopSouth ParkS7 E8
Mr. Garrison seeks advice from Chef about how to deal with the theft of his culture. Garrison realizes he has to get to the root of the problem, the "Queer Eye" guys.
Joining ForcesSouth ParkS7 E8
Kyle boards a New York-bound train so he can kill the "Queer Eye" guys, only to find Garrison has the same plan. After a brief fight, they agree to kill them together.
Meet the GuysSouth ParkS7 E8
While the men of South Park race from sale to sale at the mall, Mr. Garrison and Kyle fail their first attempt to kill the "Queer Eye" guys.
MetrophobiaSouth ParkS7 E8
When the women of South Park tell their husbands to man up, they're accused of being metrophobic. A pride parade is in order.
Crab PeopleSouth ParkS7 E8
Garrison figures out that if the "Queer Eye" guys are so willing to make a profit off the wholesaling of what used to be a proud subculture, they must really not be gay.
Crab MakeoverSouth ParkS7 E8
Kyle, Mr. Garrison, and Mr. Slave are taken to the crab people's underground city and told the extent of the crab people's plan: world domination.
Metro Pride ParadeSouth ParkS7 E8
The metrosexual men of South Park have their first pride parade and ther wives have had enough.
Not A Big DealSouth ParkS7 E9
An FBI agent shows the boys the pain that goes with free music downloading.
Pleasing JesusSouth ParkS7 E9
Faith Plus One meets with a record label. After they assure the execs that they're not just in it for the money, they sign a deal.
Myrrh AlbumSouth ParkS7 E9
At Cartman's ceremony the boys show up to admit they're wrong. But then they find out that there's no platinum in Christian rock.
First One to Have Platinum Album WinsSouth ParkS7 E9
At band practice, the boys realize that their sound is unfocused. Cartman says that Christian rock is the key to success.
180 Million FansSouth ParkS7 E9
Cartman enlists Butters and Tolkien as the rhythm section for his new band.
FBISouth ParkS7 E9
When the boys can't get money from their parents to buy CDs, they download the albums for free. The FBI shows up and takes them away.
Replace Darling & Baby with JesusSouth ParkS7 E9
Cartman decides that the best way to write music is by taking existing songs and change certain lyrics to "Jesus."
Flashy Inspirational Album CoverSouth ParkS7 E9
Cartman takes Butters and Tolkien to the beach to shoot the cover for their album. Musical interlude shows Cartman furiously write lyrics.
Not A Big Deal 2South ParkS7 E9
The boys get released from prison and decide to put the band on hold. Until downloading has stopped, they will not contribute to the stealing of music.
Christ FestSouth ParkS7 E9
Cartman's band sells their CDs at Christ-Fest. Cartman traps a band inside a closet so they can take their place in the concert.
Faith Plus OneSouth ParkS7 E9
Cartman's band, Faith Plus On, performs a Christian power-ballad at Christ-Fest. The crowd loves it.
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