When Mr. Garrison takes time off to get plastic surgery, the kids get the lovely Miss Ellen as their substitute. While she seems nice enough, Wendy notices the effect she has on the boys in the class, notably her boyfriend, Stan. Determined to win her man back, Wendy decides to dig a little deeper into Miss Ellen's background to find out what secrets she's really hiding. Written by
Jean-Marc Rocher <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Did You Know?
The idea of Ms. Ellen taking one of the children to dinner came from Trey Parker
's real-life experiences. At his school, the children were able to have lunch with the teacher and principal if they were awarded "Student of the Week". Parker said he went on one of the lunches once and found the experience "really, really creepy" because he had the impression the teacher and principal were having a romantic affair. See more
Wendy comes to class dressed in black leather. When Mr. Garrison returns to tell the class he's going to quit teaching, Wendy is in her seat dressed as usual. When Stan talks, she's in black leather again. See more
Well, I've been lickin' this carpet for 3 whole hours and I don't feel like a lesbian.
Written by Trey Parker
and Bruce Howell
Performed by Isaac Hayes See more