Aired: September 23, 1998
Taking a shot here and thinking that this episode pits the boys of South Park against the girls in some type of contest. I could be very wrong though. This may be where we finally get introduced to a girl character besides Shelley or Wendy
Further research shows that maybe it isn’t a contest like I thought but this should be where we meet Bebe. There may not be a character in the South Park universe that I’m more conflicted on. I remember my brother liking her or at least quoting her, but for some reason I always felt like she could disappear and her presence would never be noticed. Maybe I’ll change my mind as we go along.
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“The episode begins with Stan, Kyle, Kenny, and Cartman playing “”Americans vs Bosnians”” and quitting after they find out that Cartman is cheating. Leaving Cartman to play by himself, Stan and Kyle run into Wendy who tells Stan to build a clubhouse so they can play Truth or Dare and to hook Kyle up with Bebe.
At Stan’s house, Stan enlists the help of Randy to build his clubhouse. Stan finds Randy watching Terrance and Phillip on television. Sharon thinks Stan is the one watching Terrance and Phillip and makes him switch to watching The Fat Abbott Show (which, unbeknownst to Sharon, is equally vulgar.) Meanwhile, in the kitchen, Sharon drops her wedding ring down the sink and demands that Randy gets it out. After a small argument, Randy accidentally calls her a cunt, and Sharon leaves mad.
At school, Bebe hints her liking for Kyle by passing a note. Stan is caught with it by Mr. Garrison and is forced to read it out loud to the class. Not realizing the note was from Bebe, the class is shocked to hear Stan’s “”attraction”” to Kyle. Stan is then sent to Mr. Mackey who calls in his parents. This causes Randy and Sharon to inadvertently argue with each other and they finally end up separating.
After discovering Stan and Kyle’s clubhouse, Cartman and Kenny decide to make their own clubhouse – “”The Ewok Village 2000″”.
At Marsh Residence, Sharon introduces Stan to her new partner Roy. Stan is shocked at the unusual turn of events but goes back to building the clubhouse. Unfortunately, Stan is delayed by having to spend quality time with Randy and having to get firewood for Roy.
Meanwhile, Cartman and Kenny’s clubhouse is complete, and Kenny gets two teenage girls to stay there. The girls then invite all their friends over and the party goes out of hand with Cartman unable to play Truth or Dare. Cartman becomes extremely agitated by his unwelcome guests and watches in horror as Kenny is trampled to death in a mosh pit. (This episode is the only time Cartman says the line “”Oh my God! They killed Kenny!””).
Stan and Kyle finally finish their clubhouse. Chef advises them to play truth a few times and finally play dare later. Kyle is dared to kiss Bebe. When Bebe kisses him on the lips, Kyle screams in horror and runs away.
After Roy being an extreme nuisance, Stan watches a Fat Abbott cartoon and discovers that to get back at nuisance step-fathers you should leave a note to meet them somewhere and lay down a bear trap.
Roy reads the note and goes to the clubhouse to meet Stan but is caught in the trap. Sharon and Randy also read the note but go to the clubhouse. It reminds them of when they were kids playing Truth or Dare. Sharon dares Randy to have sex with her and they make up.
The next day at school, Bebe tells Kyle that she wants to break up to be with Clyde. Later Wendy, Bebe, Clyde, and Stan are inside the clubhouse playing Truth or Dare. Stan chooses dare and instead of getting to kiss Wendy, he has to shove a twig up his “”pee hole””. Roy is left hanging during the credits as this all goes on.”