The Millenial New Year is approaching, and everyone in waiting expectantly for Jesus (who lives in South Park) to provide a message of guidance and hope for the next thousand years. Jesus, however, feels lost and uncertain of what to do, so he turns to his father and asks him to make an appearance. God tells his son that the people are not yet ready to see him, which means Jesus is on his own. Meanwhile, Stan is upset because all his friends are having their first periods and starting puberty.
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My worry is that he could've been following some kind of crazy, new fad. Perhaps the children all shoving tampons up their ass because they've seen The Backstreet Boys doing it on TV or something. We must get to the bottom of this - if you pardon the pun.
Spoofs Groundhog Day