Kyle Feels Guilty After the Boys TP the Art Teacher’s House in “Toilet Paper,” South Park, 703

Have you ever tee-peed a house? In case you’re wondering what that means, it means, have you ever covered a house and the surrounding trees in toilet paper?

Personally, I haven’t. It’s just not my brand of justice, I suppose. But if you have, and you felt guilty about it later, then you know exactly how Kyle, as a particularly moral character on South Park, felt after teepeeing the art teacher’s house.

When he wants to confess to the boys heinous crime, Cartman tries to kill him by taking him for a boat ride in the middle of Stark’s Pond and beating him to death with a wiffle bat. That could take a while.

There is a Hannibal Lecter/Silence of the Lambs thing going on when Officer Barbrady goes to the most notorious tee-pee-er around so that he can help him solve this crime.

The ending is silly, except for what Cartman does to minimize his punishment. That’s just dick.

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