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
Jean-Marc Rocher <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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
It's stated, distinctly, on many occasions here that Terence and Philip are "cartoons." But according to the movie and later seasons they are live-action actors. See more
[returning from the bathroom
I must have caught the flu from Kenny. I've got the green apple splatters.