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The owners of the Three Feathers Indian Casino want to purchase South Park, forcing the residents out of their homes. The boys encourage the whole town to work together to fight them off, staging a sit-in. To get the residents out of the way, the Indians give them blankets contaminated with SARS, and Stan must find a cure to save the town.
Runs with Premise: Look at them! Small-minded idiots pouring their life savings away!
Elder #1: Their cash flows out of them like diarrhea from the buffalo.
Stan: We need something that'll get us money tomorrow!
Butters: Hey, I know! How about a dog parade?
Kyle: Dog parade?
Butters: Yeah! We dress up all our dogs in little outfits, and parade them down the street. It'll be so adorable!
Kyle: How do we make three hundred thousand dollars doing that?
Butters: Oh... uh well, we could sell tickets to our moms and dads.
Stan: Our moms and dads are the ones who need money, Butters!
Mr. Mackey: It's over, Stanley. What else can we do?
Stan: We can stay. And fight!
Cartman: Yeah! When the Indians come to tear up our town, we kick 'em in the nuts!
Randy: Stanley. Did you have an inward journey with the old man? Did you have a vision?
Stan: Uh, I don't know if I did or not. I... I saw something, someone spoke to me and... told me the middle-class white way to cure SARS: Campbell's Chicken Noodle Soup, Dayquil, and Sprite.
Sheila: Gerald, this is ten dollars a hand!
Gerald: Relax sweetie, (whispers) I know how to count cards.
Sheila: Well, I don't want to play here.
Sharon: Yeah. Come on Sheila, let's go to the nickel slots.
Randy: Oooo, the nickel slots! You might win the thirty dollar jackpot.
(Randy and Gerald laugh)
Ah women, huh? God, I hate 'em.
"Love is a Battlefield"
The song the townspeople are singing is "Love is a Battlefield", made popular in 1983 by singer Pat Benatar
You had me at free blanket.
This is a spoof of a scene from the film, Jerry Maguire
(1996), when Renée Zellweger
's character tells Tom Cruise
's character, "You had me at hello."