E 2 • 03/26/2003
Jimmy and Timmy lock all the Bloods and Crips in the rec center.
Superman ArrivesSouth Park E2
Christopher Reeve comes to South Park to promote stem cell research. Jimmy is not a fan.
No Ables AllowedSouth Park E2
The boys have decided to stay out of this one, but when Jimmy announces his new no-able-bodies-allowed club, Cartman is right back in it.
The Crips ExistSouth Park E2
Jimmy and Timmy try to make t-shirts for their new club, only to find out that a Crips club already existed.
Larry King ShowSouth Park E2
Christopher Reeve demonstrates the unique healing properties of stem cells during an interview with Larry King.
What an InspirationSouth Park E2
After Jimmy gets a ride home from his new friends, Christopher Reeve gives a public demonstration of how fetus ingestion can make him walk.
Unintentional RobberySouth Park E2
Jimmy and Timmy go to City Wok for some food, but instead, are given the contents of the register.
Jimmy's ParentsSouth Park E2
Jimmy's parents sense that their son is may be be in a gang. Their confrontation ends in tears.
Hackman's WarningSouth Park E2
With Christopher Reeve's thirst for fetuses growing, his old movie nemesis arrives to deliver a word of warning.
Drive-By ShootingSouth Park E2
After the Bloods drive by and shoot up their houses, Jimmy and Timmy decide to have a lock-in at the rec center to make peace between gangs.
Super Human IronySouth Park E2
Christopher Reeve, mad with power, hurls a car at Gene Hackman and a crowd of bystanders.
Lock-In StandoffSouth Park E2
Jimmy and Timmy lock all the Crips and Bloods in the rec center hoping they'll resolve their differences, and eat pizza.
Legion Of DoomSouth Park E2
Christopher Reeve is about to attempt world domination when Gene Hackman thwarts him by passing a ban on stem cell research.
Hello Kyle, Going Somewhere?South Park E3
Kyle still has nightmares of his crime, but Cartman won't let him tell the truth.
The Goth Chick From "The Breakfast Club"South Park E3
The boys are split up and questioned. Cartman will kill Kyle if he takes a deal.
Cartman's ConscienceSouth Park E3
Cartman confesses first in order to get less detention time. Kyle, Stan and Kenny get more detention.
There's Toilet Paper On Your Hands TooSouth Park E3
Kyle feels bad for toilet papering his teacher's house and has nightmares of the possible pain he has caused.
Toilet PaperSouth Park E3
The boys try not to look suspicious when they buy toilet paper at the supermarket.
Barbrady Has Nothing Better to DoSouth Park E3
Officer Barbrady has nothing better to do so he turns the Dreible's house into a crime scene investigation. He won't rest until he's found the perps.
Josh MyersSouth Park E3
In order to get inside the minds of toilet paperers, Officer Barbrady visits South Park's juvenile hall to question the most notorious toilet paperer alive.
Uncle Charlie's BeltSouth Park E3
Josh tells Barbrady to look for the source of the toilet paper in exchange for some personal information.
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