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The Death Camp of Tolerance 

Mr. Garrison does what he can to get fired for being gay so he can sue the school for millions of dollars. This turns out to be easier said than done because the parents and school staff feel they have to be tolerant no matter what.

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Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Mr. Garrison / Mr. Mackey / Randy Marsh / Hall of Discrimination Voices / Smoker / Lemmiwinks Singer / Chris Stotch / Tolerance Camp Leader / The Sparrow Prince / Camp Guard #2 / Audience Member #1 / Audience Member #2 / Audience Member #5 / Audience Member #6 (voice)
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Kyle Broflovski / Gerald Broflovski / Hall of Discrimination Crowd / Mexican Janitor / The Toad King / The Catatafish / Camp Guard #1 / Audience Member #3 / Audience Member #4 (voice)
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Mr. Slave (voice)
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Linda Stotch / Sheila Broflovski / Museum Tour Guide (voice)
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Principal Victoria / Sharon Marsh / Liane Cartman / Girl #1 / Girl #2 (voice)
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When Mr. Garrison learns about discrimination lawsuits, he hires a new teaching assistant named Mr. Slave and tries everything to get fired for being gay. When the students complain, they are sent to sensitivity training. Meanwhile, a gerbil named Lemmiwinks navigates his way through the perilous world of Mr. Slave's body. Written by Mike

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20 November 2002 (USA)  »

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The song that plays while Lemmiwinks is trying to escape Mr. Slave's sphincter is based on the songs in "The Hobbit" (1977), sung by Glenn Yarbrough. See more »

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Mr. Garrison: God-damnit!
Mr. Slave: How'd it go?
Mr. Garrison: This is unbelievable, Mr. Slave! It seems no matter what I do I can't get fired!
Mr. Slave: The principal didn't fire you?
Mr. Garrison: No! The parents felt so bad that their kids didn't want to attend my class anymore that they wanna give me the Courageous Teacher award this Friday at the Museum of Tolerance!
Mr. Slave: Oh, Jesus Christ.
Mr. Garrison: I mean, I stuck a gerbil up your ass and they wanna give me a Goddamn medal!
Mr. Slave: Well it sounds to me like the principal's just hiding things from everybody. What you need ...
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viva the Village People?
31 May 2009 | by (belgium) – See all my reviews

oh man, this episode was so funny! the slave of mister Garrison looked like one of the Village People! that's BEEPing hilarious! that scene will haunt through my head for the rest of my life, anytime I will see a male teacher, I will laugh myself to BEEP. also, it's not tolerant at all, but that makes the episode even better. the medieval song when Lemmiwinks the rat appears on screen, was very well written, I hope I will find it somewhere on the net, so I can hear it over and over again. wow! the total experience of this one makes me laugh terribly, I hope I will be able to finish my exams at school without laughing every second. superb episode!


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