A heinous crime has been committed in South Park: the chickens at a local farm have been molested by a pervert. The criminal leaves a note behind as a clue, forcing Officer Barbrady to admit his shameful secret: he's illiterate. The Mayor sends Barbrady back to elementary school to learn how to read before he can return to work. Desperate to stop the Chicken Lover before he strikes again, Barbrady enlists the help of the boys in piecing together the mystery. Written by
Jean-Marc Rocher <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Did You Know?
Originally, Cartman was supposed to receive a gun (instead of a nightstick) and shoot at people (instead of beating them) during his stint as a deputy police officer, but Comedy Central's censors were reluctant in showing a child with a firearm (despite airing South Park: Volcano
(1997) with no qualms). See more
When Cartman is at the McCormicks' house, Kenny's brother's head disappears and re-appears between shots. See more
This book was pretty good. I give it a B-.
And I give you an F, now sit down.
Ah, son of a bitch.