00:18 — Butters pulls the boys of South Park Elementary together, to stand up for their rights.
00:25 — Randy explains the goals of his new group to Sharon.
00:51 — The Trolls and Gerald devise a plan to shut down the TrollTrace servers from the inside. Meanwhile Sheila breaks out of the pantry, and she is pissed.
01:33 — As Gerald shuts down the first breaker in the TrollTrace mainframe, Sheila confronts Ike and Kyle.
00:47 — The Trolls and TrollTrace employees join forces to shut down the servers.
00:48 — Heidi and Elon Musk celebrate their success as Cartman and Butters look for a way to stop everyone from getting to Mars.
02:12 — Cartman reveals the horrible fate awaiting men on Mars.
01:00 — Cartman tries to convince Elon Musk to give up on Mars.
01:01 — While out looking for Kyle and Ike, Sheila learns that TrollTrace has gone live.
01:45 — SkankHunt and the Troll Hunter come face to face. Meanwhile Sheila learns that Ike is not the Troll.
01:26 — Kyle sums up the second chance we've been given after the internet crash. And the first new email goes out on the new internet.
00:59 — Heidi has a heart-to-heart with Cartman and Butters prepares the SpaceX reactor.
00:41 — Kyle finally tracks down Butters and Cartman and asks for their help.
02:08 — As Sheila begins her search of Gerald on TrollTrace, Gerald and Troll Hunter battle one last time and the internet is destroyed.
00:25 — Cartman tells a SpaceX engineer what will happen on Mars.
00:25 — The South Park Police Department tries to calm the town, before Troll Trace goes online.
00:53 — The party at the White House is interrupted by the Old Memberberry.
00:54 — President-Elect Garrison gets a top-secret briefing about the Troll Trace Program.
00:44 — President Putin receives a call from the Oval Office.
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- Premiered: August 13, 1997
- Rating: TV-MA
- Premise: An animated adult series about four potty-mouthed, trash-talking grade schoolers living in a Colorado town. Rude, crude and seriously funny, it became an immediate hit after its Comedy Central debut in August 1997, inspiring some guest voice appearances by… (more)
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