Welcome to Detention
E 3 • 04/02/2003
Josh escapes Juvenile Hall so he can toilet paper the White House.
South Park E3Toilet Paper
The boys try not to look suspicious when they buy toilet paper at the supermarket.
South Park E3Barbrady Has Nothing Better to Do
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.
South Park E3Josh Myers
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.
South Park E3Uncle Charlie's Belt
Josh tells Barbrady to look for the source of the toilet paper in exchange for some personal information.
South Park E3We Have to Kill Kyle
Cartman fears that Kyle's weak and wants to kill him before he confesses and brings them all down for what they've done.
South Park E3Toaster Tarts and Chips
Officer Barbrady calls the supermarket cashier to ID some toilet paper found at the crime scene.
South Park E3Death by Wiffle Bat
Cartman attempts to kill Kyle but he could only afford a Wiffle ball bat. It could take a while.
South Park E3Silly Voice
Officer Barbrady seeks further help from Josh. Kenny and Stan find out that someone else turned themselves .
South Park E3Butters Confesses
The boys go down to the station to see who turned themselves in. After 40 hours of interrogation, Butters convinced himself he's just plain bad.
South Park E3How Could You Feel Bad?
Kyle still feels bad and wants to confess. Butters' parents come to bail him out and are sick and tired of their son confessing to crimes he didn't commit.
South Park E3Welcome to Detention
The boys start their first day of detention pissed at Cartman. Josh escapes Juvenile Hall to TP the White House.
South Park E4Protestors Hug
Cartman comes out of his flashback and gives a report at the rally. He explains the theories of protesting.
South Park E4Bleeding Heart Rock Protest Song Vs. Pro War Country Song
The rally takes place. The anti-war side and the pro-war side voice their opinions in a joint country-rock song.
South Park E4All You Little Flag Burners
When the boys tell a reporter that they don't know who their founding fathers are, Mr. Garrison makes them do some extra studying.
South Park E4Walkout Against The War
A walkout protesting the war in Iraq is scheduled. The boys go because they hate math.
South Park E4Dividing the Town
The groups for and against the war get so mad at each other that they divide the town in two. They come to their senses and start brawling.
South Park E4Full Fledge Retard
In an attempt to initiate a flashback to avoid studying, Cartman hits himself over the head with a rock while thinking about 1776. The boys aren't really into this plan.
South Park E4Bring the Shizzle
Both Sides or the War Protest have a meeting at the Mayors office. She decides they must protest together,
South Park E4Cartman in 1776 (Music Montage)
Cartman successfully electrocutes himself back to 1776. Then he sings a song about how much he hates Stan and Kyle.
South Park E4Official Messenger Boy
In his flashback, Cartman beats up a messenger so he can meet Thomas Jefferson and deliver the Declaration of Independence but he's really in a coma.
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