The kids get a visit from Petey the Sexual Harassment Panda, who teaches them why sexual harassment is wrong. Later that day, Stan insults Cartman who, taking Petey's message to heart, decides to sue Stan for sexual harassment, hiring Kyle's father as his lawyer. Lawsuit follows counter-lawsuit, and Kyle's father is soon involved in the biggest lawsuit ever, Everyone v. Everyone, with him representing Everyone. The kids track down Petey and help him find a new message to try and end the madness. Written by
Jean-Marc Rocher <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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You see, Kyle, we live in a liberal-democratic society, and democrats make sexual harassment laws, these laws tell us what we can and can't say in the work place, and what we can and can't do in the work place.
Isn't that fascism?
No, because we don't call it fascism.
Spoofs Judge Judy