South Park: Season 6, Episode 14

The Death Camp of Tolerance (20 Nov. 2002)

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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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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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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 Tarbrough. See more »

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Randy Marsh: [In the Hall of Stereoypes] Here, Stan, here's another stereotype- the lazy Mexican. Now, we know that not all Mexicans are lazy, and-
[Mr. Venezuela, the janitor, wakes up]
Randy Marsh: Huh?
Mr. Venezuela: Yo, man, where am I?
Randy Marsh: Oh, I'm sorry. I thought you were a wax statue.
Mr. Venezuela: Naw, man, I'm the janitor, but I'm just so tired and sleepy.
Randy Marsh: Oh, I see.
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One of the funniest episodes!
4 January 2009 | by (Canada(Montreal,Quebec)) – See all my reviews

Death camp Of Tolerance is one of the funniest episodes of South Park in my opinion.I think it is the best episode of Season 6.The plot involves Mr.Garrison trying to get himself fired so he can sue the school for $25 million.So he brings in a new teaching assistant named "Mr.Slave".Mr.Slave and Garrison do many inappropriate gay acts in hopes that they will get fired.When the boys tell their parents, they just state that they are homophobic.The boys end up going to a tolerance camp(which resembles a nazi holocaust camp).In a small sub-plot Mr.Garrison shoves a gerbel up Mr.Slave's ass.The gerbel named "Lemmiewinks" travels through Mr.Slave's body while guided by the "frog king".This is a hilarious and great south park episode.


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