Stan's Grampa wants to die because he's too old, but he needs Stan's help to do it. Meanwhile, the town's parents have become outraged by Terrance and Philip, the new TV show consisting of nothing but fart jokes that all the kids are crazy about. When the parents go to protest the network and leave the kids to fend for themselves, Grampa takes this opportunity to convince Stan to help him end it all. But is it really what's best for either of them? Written by
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Did You Know?
At the anti-TV profanity rally, Sharon Marsh holds a sign reading "Hearts not farts." This is a parody of the hold "Hugs not drugs" slogan from the 1980s. See more
After Stan's mother places the birthday cake on the table, it completely disappears after a couple of shots. See more
[while Cartman is watching "Terrance and Phillip"
Eric, dear. I just got a call from your friend Kyle's mother. She said this show is naughty, and might make you a pottymouth.
That's a bunch o' crap! Kyle's mom is a dirty Jew!
Oh. Okay, hon.