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?
When the Statue of Liberty is shown, it blinks. See more
The end of the parents' crusade implies that Terence and Philip has been cancelled. Yet the show is still featured prominently in later seasons. See more
[the citizens of South Park are protesting over "Terence and Phillip"
Ladies and Gentlemen, my name is John Warsog. I have prepared a statement on behalf of the network.
"Fuck you." Thank you, Ladies and Gentlemen. If there are any questions you may direct them to that brick wall over there.
Hey! You will not get away with this!
[Warsog drops his pants and moons the citizens before going back inside
References Full House