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South Park: Death Camp of Tolerance

Mr. Garrison tries to get fired from teaching fourth grade with the help of his new "assistant," Mr. Slave. Mr. Garrison pushes the boundaries of tolerance as far as he can, by inserting a gerbil into Mr. Slave's ass, right in front of the children. Meanwhile when the boys say their teacher is acting really gay in class, their parents send them to Tolerance Camp.

Episode Info
Episode number: 6x14
Production Number: 614
Airdate: Wednesday November 20th, 2002

Guest Stars
John John 'Nancy' Hansen
voiced Mr. Slave
Main Cast
Trey Parker (2)Trey Parker (2)
voiced Stan Marsh, Eric Theodore Cartman, Herbert Garrison, Officer Barbrady, Terrance, Timmy, Ned Gerblanski, Satan, Randy Marsh,& Various
Matt StoneMatt Stone
voiced Kyle Broflovski, Kenny McKormick, Gerald Broflovski, Pip Pirrup, Jesus, Jimbo Kearn, Phillip, Saddam & Various
Mona MarshallMona Marshall
voiced Sheila Broflovski, Linda Stotch & Various
Eliza SchneiderEliza Schneider
voiced Mayor McDaniels, Liane Cartman, Mrs. McKormick, Wendy Testaburger, Shelly Marsh, Sharon Marsh & Various


Mr. Garrison is given back his old position of 3rd grade teacher after being demoted to kindergarten teacher for being openly gay. Principal Victoria comments that if he were fired for being gay again, he'd be able to sue for millions of dollars. This gives Mr. Garrison an idea. Mr. Garrison begins doing outrageously gay things during class with Mr. Slave in the hopes that he will be fired and can subsequently sue the school...

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Episode Notes
This episode marks the first appearance of Mr. Slave.

Episode Quotes
Chef: Now why do you wanna go be intolerant of gay people, children? I thought you knew better.
Stan: Well we didn't think we were, but Mr. Garrison has this new assistant, and we're really uncomfortable around him.
Chef: Children, a lot of times the reason get uncomfortable around gay people is that they have some issues themselves. You have to ask yourself, 'What is it about their behavior that, for some reason, makes me uncomfortable?'
Kyle: Well, I guess it's mostly the way Mr. Garrison stuck a gerbil up Mr. Slave's ass.

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 God-damned medal!

Museum of Tolerance Lady: We have to accept people for who they are and what they do. (she sees a man smoking) Hey! What the hell are you doing!?!
Man: I was just uh......
Museum of Tolerance Lady: There's no smoking in the museum!
Man: But I'm not in the museum.
Museum of Tolerance Lady: Get out of here you filthy smoker!
Gerald: Yea dirty lungs!
Sharon: Go ahead and kill yourself stupid tar-breath!
Chris: Dumbass!
Mr. Tweek: Get outta here!

Voices in The Tunnel Of Prejudice: Queer! Beaner! Chink! Nigger! Heeb! Faggot! Cracker! Slope! Jap!
Cartman: Aw man, this is awesome!

Museum of Tolerance Lady: Being tolerant means you must also learn to respect people who are small, people who are disabled, even people who are overweight like this young man here. (gestures to Cartman)
Cartman: HEY!
Museum of Tolerance Lady: You other boys have probably called this young man names like 'tubby' or 'lard-butt' or 'fat-tits.'
Kyle: Fat tits, that's a good one.
Stan: Yeah, we'll have to remember that.

Cultural References
Randy: Well I think in the fourth chapter, when uh, Nancy Drew discovers the bloody glove in the cheerleader's locker, well that uh, that was just a brilliantly written passage.

Nancy Drew is a fictional heroine of a series of mystery novels, written under the name Carolyn Keene.

Visual: Devitzen's Tolerance Camp

The black and white scenes that take place in Devitzen's Tolerance Camp resemble the appearance of the film, Schindler's List (1993).

Episode References
Mr. Garrison: You're sure this is for real? I mean, I'm not gonna just get fired again for being gay tomorrow?

Mr. Garrison was fired for being gay in the season four episode, "4th Grade."

Mr. Mackey: M'kay kids, I know the past few weeks have been really hard with the death of your teacher, Ms. Choksondik.

Mr. Mackey is referring to an episode from earlier this season, "Simpsons Already Did It."

Stan: (to Mr. Garrison) Yeah, but Cartman drank Kenny's remains, and now Kenny's soul is trapped in Cartman's body.

Stan is talking about an event that occurred in episode "A Ladder to Heaven."

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CreatorTrey Parker (2)  |  Matt Stone
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