The boys try to replace Cartman"s bulk with a boy-shaped pile of bricks. Cartman"s ass cannot be replaced.

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Stan and Kyle visit Token"s house to try to get him to forgive Cartman. Turns out Token"s Dad also has a problem with hate crime legislation.

Kyle, Stan, and Token make a presentation to the Governor about the "Savage Hypocrisy" that is hate crime legislation. And it makes sense.

When Romper Stomper falls and breaks his leg, Cartman is forced to decide go it alone or risk himself to stay with his friend? His answer is easy.

Cartman pays a final visit to Romper Stomper back in the pen, to give him the greatest gift of all: a theme park.
Chef tries to get the parents to use an alternative treatment to ADD, but finds they"re also on Ritalin. He gets really freaked out when the boys show enthusiasm for Phil Collins.
Timmy performs with "Lords of the Underworld" at the Battle of the Bands, and they win. Some people love him, others feel like he"s being exploited.
Mr. Garrison quizzes the class on their homework from the night before. Timmy, the new student, has a bit of trouble communicating.
Timmy gets excused from homework based on his diagnosis. When the class hears this, they all start claiming to have ADD as well.
After the entire class falls asleep during a reading of "A Farewell to Arms," the doctor diagnoses all of them with ADD and they are prescribed Ritalin.
"Lords of the Underworld" are having trouble making their music sound right. They hear Timmy and enlist him as the lead singer.
The whole class goes to the pharmacy to get their prescriptions filled. Cartman"s Mom is warned about possible Christina Aguilera hallucinations.
On the Charlie Rose Show, Phil Collins voices his disapproval over what he sees as the exploitation of Timmy.

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