During the concert, Stan and the others tell everyone that they didn't do their report because they really don't know what's going on about the world. This country was founded on the right to protest! England will only understand one thing: Force. Yeah?! Haha, make fun of me all you want, Kyle! How about we call this the rational side of town, and that the redneck side?! Their simple plan to protest their way out of class goes south when they find themselves in the middle of the two opposing sides of the issue. Therefore it must go to war, but allow protests. The boys join some anti-war protesters because it's a free pass out of school for the day. This caused everyone to kill each other. The boys join some anti-war protesters because it's a free pass out of school for the day. The boys join some anti-war protesters because it's a free pass out of school for the day. Will you do the honors of reading the document to Congress, please? Episodes with Different Animation Techniques, I'm a Little Bit Country (Season 7, Episode 1) - Episode Guide, Bleeding Heart Rock Protest Song vs. Take the Quiz: South Park - Im a Little Bit Country. Lyrics to 'I'm A Little Bit Country' by South Park. Don't kid yourselves. Stan and Kyle, it's up to you to show all those war-mongerers that the Founding Fathers agree with us! The fourth graders are still chatting as Mr. Garrison enters. Come on, guys! I don't wanna wait for our life to be over..., Did you forget them towers in New York? War is not my voice! Angered by the embarrassment, Mr. Garrison gives everybody an assignment to figure out an opinion on the Founders' view of the war. What are we rambling about now? From now on, this is the pro-war side of town, and that's the unpatriotic side. Support our troops! I hate those guys, seriously. We have a report to do, asshole! Rabble! I'm so glad Stan and Kyle aren't here. Well, first we lost one study partner when Cartman put himself in the hospital, and then they took Kenny away, and then Kyle forgot to set his clock ahead for Daylight Saving, so we couldn't find anything in the history books about Iraq and then-. First Aired: April 3rd, 2003. I'm a little bit country Randy: I'm a little bit rock n' roll! Uh Cartman, I think that's a really bad idea. Don't you see? Find the best & newest featured Episode 4 - I'm a Little Bit Country GIFs. The best GIFs are on GIPHY. 21:59. SHUT UP! "I'm a Little Bit Country" is the fourth episode of Season Seven, and the 100th overall episode of South Park.It aired on April 9, 2003. That means if neither group will nicely and maturely move the day of its rally, I'll just have to give the town square to both groups. Well nobody wants to hear a bunch o' rock protest songs! However, we also cannot be a country that appears weak and unwilling to fight to the rest of the world. To see them towers come down? The-the child! W-hell, naturally you could cross the line for that. And we will call that country the United States of America. Gentlemen, if you will clear the doorway, please? But you guys are such better studiers than me. Kyle ends the 100th episode of the series in disbelief that it was Cartman who saved the day and then saying "I hate this town. And now, Randy Marsh is gonna sing a protest song he wrote about the war. I'm a little bit country Skeeter: I'm a little bit country. Were you like me? We cannot found a country that is afraid to fight! Foundin' Fathers would kick all your asses! Get up!! He falls into a coma, and having a dream, he travels back to the colonial era in Philadelphia. Would you like a ride into town? Uh, boys, would you mind clearing the living room. Pro War Country Song". The Founding Fathers would have protested like us! Hate Stan and Kyle., I don't wanna wait for our life to be over...[he quickly assaults the driver and beats him with the log, then drags the body away and returns to the Jefferson residence, knocking on the door] Might you be from up North? It's called "having your cake and eating it too.". No. Skeeter: We must defend our country. Ah, Stan, Kyle, Kenny, you're just in time. Pro War Country Song". South Park Archives is a FANDOM TV Community. Yeah. He refers to this as "saying one thing" and "doing another". I'm a Little Bit Country. Okay, let's all take out our math homework and go over the problem. "South Park" I'm a Little Bit Country subtitles. I believe that if we are to form a new country, we cannot be a country that appears war-hungry and violent to the rest of the world. Manipulating those kids to be on their side. Rabble! If the people of our new country are allowed to do whatever they wish, then some will support the war and some will protest it. Yeah! He's right. Randy: No, but war shouldn't be our goal. Only the official messenger boy is allowed to talk to Mister Jefferson. Cartman, what the hell are you doing?! The town is divided down the middle on the Iraq war issue. Rabble! See you Saturday, makizzer shanna sharilla shaz biuznatch gazizzah! Franklin believes that the new country must not seem to be a war-monger to the rest of the world; at the same time, it cannot seem to be weak either. You know. Skeeter: I believe freedom isn't free. Skeeter: I believe freedom isn't free. Just like ...we could cross the line for hardware, supplies, gas, and pharmaceutical needs. Randy: And I'm a little for bringin' them home. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Uh huh, and what aspect of it do you think is most gay? Iraq War • Okay, people. My son is a patriot and LOVES his country! Dad, we have to study. Airdate: April 9, 2003 The boys get caught in the middle of a conflict between pro- … We'll trizzle the shizzle all over the hizzle! I'm A Little Bit Country (Original Airdate: 4/9/03) Stan, Kyle, Kenny and Cartman join some anti-war protesters because it’s a free pass out of school for the day. Okay, children, let's take our seats. ... the parents hire the owner of City Wok Restaurant to build the Great Wall of South Park. Aaah, can we cross the line to take our kids to school? Their simple plan to protest their way out of class goes south when they find themselves in the middle of the two opposing sides of the war issue. Add Your Vote Now ! Rabble! Going by production order, this is the 1st episode of Season 7. Well that's just jingles! All this dividin' up the town, it's just ridiculous. No, I'm not from here at all. South Park Archives is a FANDOM TV Community. Skeeter: We must defend our country Randy: If it means war, then we say NO. Thomas Jefferson • I have programmed TiVo to record over fifty hours of the History channel. It sure has been great bringing you a hundred episodes. I'm a Little Bit Country disutradarai oleh Trey Parker, sementara naskahnya ditulis oleh Trey Parker. I'm a little bit country Skeeter: I'm a little bit country. Watch the full episode online. Santa Claus, Sally Struthers, the Marklar aliens, Towelie, and the Grim Reaper all appear, to name a few. TV14 Series, Animation, Comedy Series. The town square is public space. I know you can pull it off. South Park. Yeah, because you don't care about the fate of the Colonies like. The rally takes place. If we found a country, it should be founded on peace and diplomacy. Synopsis. Randy: Well I'm a little bit rock-n-roll! The lives lost?! To thrive and prosper, with a little country and rock and roll. With gaslight corners, cobblestone streets, and humble houses made of bricks. We want to thank our guests, the pro-war people. Never seen you around here, friend. There! Look, nobody wants to hear a bunch of twangy country music propaganda! The boys join some anti-war protesters because it's a free pass out of school for the … I am just about to flash back to the days of our Founding Fathers! Im a little bit country is the 100th episode of South Park.It's also a fairly good history lesson(however it's not entirely accurate).The episode involves the town being split up with people who think the founding fathers supported war and people who think the founding fathers did not support war.The boys pretend to be anti-war just to get out of school, but they say they don't know about the … Meanwhile, the people of the town are divided about the war, and after splitting in two, they both plan rallies: one pro-war, one anti-war, both on the same day in the same place. One member refers to this as "having our cake and eating it too". I'm on my way to Master Thomas Jefferson's house to get a very important document, I am. What are you doing over here with all these un-American traitors?! Bleeding Heart Rock Protest Song vs. So, what if we form a country that appears to want both? They later decided to use the boys to get them what they think about the war. But, I need to talk to the Founding Fathers to do my report. All right, that's fine! Script. When TiVo is full, both TiVo and I will be dropped into the water, combining our electrowhatever fields and sending me into a flashback of history! All finished. We have to do a full report on the Founding Fathers, and Cartman got out of helping us again! Cartman, you are hereby declared a full-fledged retard! I've seen this work before. Can you tell me what year it is? [moments later the back of the stage begins to rise, revealing guests from many previous episodes]. Best description I've ever heard. The anti-war side and the pro-war side voice their opinions in a joint country-rock song. I'm a Little Bit Country. This country was founded by some of the smartest thinkers the world has ever seen. I'm a Little Bit Country adalah episode keempat dalam serial South Park musim ketujuh. Cartman, you're supposed to be studying! The boys are going to give a presentation at, Actually, we hadn't really come to a decision-. Official Messenger Boy • Support our troops! Okay, so Thomas Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence, then the Continental Congress-. The United States will go to war on one hand, and use protests to oppose the war on the other. Do you think kids in every town have to deal with this crap? Skeeter: I'm a little for supporting our troops. The episode’s title and parody theme are based on the 1970s hit song I’m a Little Bit Country by Donny and Marie Osmond. I'm about to find out all about what happened back in 1776. The boys go and are asked their opinions about the war, but realize they know nothing about it. It aired on April 9, 2003.[1]. Search, discover and share your favorite GIFs. Pro War Country Song, https://southpark.fandom.com/wiki/I%27m_a_Little_Bit_Country/Script?oldid=433280. Mr. Garrison is making us do a presentation on what the Founding Fathers would say about the war. When Mr. Garrison agrees to let anyone protesting the war out of school early for a rally, all the kids say that they are against the war and then leave, even though they know little about the war, terrorists, or the founding fathers. In the end of the episode many characters from previous episodes appear in the choir to Celebrate 100 episodes. You were supposed to come out here and tell everyone about the Founding Fathers! Meanwhile, Cartman attempts a flashback to 1776 to avoid studying for his American History assignment. Did you forget how it made you feel They wind up having a great argument during both rallies, and in the end, they get into a huge fight where they begin to kill each other. But I will have the last laugh. The History Channel • Episode ini merupakan episode ke-100 dalam sejarah South Park. Season 7 E 4 • 04/09/2003. Cuz we're a little bit country, and we're a little bit rock-n-roll. I'm A Little Bit Country (2003) Season 7 Episode 701- South Park Cartoon Episode Guide by Dave Koch BCDB Rating: " I'm A Little Bit Country " has not yet received enough votes to be rated. "I'm a Little Bit Country" is the fourth episode of Season Seven, and the 100th overall episode of South Park. We have to practice our big war protest song. Rabble Rabble Rabble Rabble Rabble Rabble Rabble! Boys! Season 7 E 4 • 04/09/2003. Yeah yeah. Benjamin Franklin • The strength of this country is the ability to do one thing and say another. The bell rings. Cartman? Sorry. Home / Series / South Park / Absolute Order / Season 1 / Episode 100 I'm A Little Bit Country Aby kluci mohli vypadnout ze školy, přidávají se k protiválečné demonstraci. Rabble! With a single murder, he manages to get the job of delivering the Declaration of Independence from Thomas Jefferson's home to the Continental Congress for a vote; there, a great argument breaks out about whether or not to go to war against United Kingdom, paralleling the events in town, which Cartman recognizes as being "very, very relevant". Read Less. I'm a Little Bit Country sutradaraliyo te Trey Parker, wawu ta loluladu naskah te Trey Parker. Official Messenger Boy • Kenny. Some favor going to war with England and others want to avoid war at all cost. Don't you call us un-American! Randy: No, but war shouldn't be our goal. Think of it: an entire nation founded on saying one thing and doing another. I'm a Little Bit Country - South Park [S07E04] TV-MA Animation Comedy . But it's not fair! View All Episodes; Share on: Share via Facebook; Share via Twitter; Share via Email; South Park S7 E4: I'm a Little Bit Country. I'm a Little Bit Country - South Park [S07E04] TV-MA Animation Comedy . Seriously hate those guys. Randy: And I'm a little for bringing them home. Yes. One hundred episodes!". :D I'm a little bit country I'm a little bit rock 'n roll I'm a little bit of Memphis and Nashville With a little bit of Motown in my soul Don't know if it's good or bad But I know I love it so I'm a little bit country Skeeter: I'm a little for supportin' our troops. These people have come out to. South Park Elementary, day. You people who are for the war, you need the protesters. Skeeter: I believe freedom isn't free. Well, goodnight everybody. Right. I want you all in your study groups of four, and if you can't give an outstanding report on what the Founding Fathers would have to say about all this protesting, then it's Fs for you! Boys, what do you think the Founding Fathers would say? Did you take attendance, Mr. Slave? Mr. Franklin, where do you stand on the war issue? "I'm a Little Bit Country" is the fourth episode of the seventh season of the American animated television series South Park, and the 100th episode of the series overall. Thomas Jefferson • Your son tried to kill himself in a ritualistic fashion I've never seen before. They didn't give me a choice. Perhaps this document will make the reasons for war obvious to all. Pro War Country Song. I'm a Little Bit Country. Hey wait a minute, your side of town has the post office. Rabble Rabble Rabble Rabble Rabble Rabble Rabble Rabble Rabble Rabble Rabble Rabble! Stan, Kyle, and Kenny begin to study for their projects; Cartman, however, decides to take a different approach, trying (and failing) to induce a flashback of the colonial era first by saying a cliched flashback inducing dialog, and then by dropping a large rock on his own head. What a special magic time, and it's all alive for me I'm so sorry. I'm a Little Bit Country. The Founding Fathers want you all to know that we can disagree all we want, as long as we agree that America kicks ass. south park s07 ep4 "i'm a little bit country"i do not own the copyrights to this video or song south park belongs to its rightful owners at comedy central. In it, they celebrate their differences and their achievement (100 episodes); ending the song with the line, "For the war, against the war- who cares! Oh yes! If I have a flashback, then I can. Because our war support songs will be a thousand times better! You're supposed to be studying! A page for describing Recap: South Park S 7 E 4 Im A Little Bit Country. Yes of course. South Park. Nobody wants to here another pro-war country song! The town is divided down the middle on the Iraq war issue. Here we are, then. This episode originally aired during the beginning of the 2003 United States invasion of Iraq. Rabble! AKA: South Park, Пiвденний Парк. We go to war, and protest going to war at the same time. Iraq War • Enjoy! Randy: No, but war shouldn't be our goal. Hey everybody, this is never going to work. Episode ini pertama kali disiarkan pada tanggal 9 April 2003 dan memiliki kode produksi 701.. Referensi "South Park" I'm a Little Bit Country (TV Episode 2003) official sites, and other sites with posters, videos, photos and more. I know you're in a very dark place now, sweetie. It's Benjamin Franklin. I'm a Little Bit Country In this episode, the boys are asked to go to an anti-war rally. Their simple plan to protest their way out of class goes south when they find themselves in the middle of the two opposing sides of the issue. The child, from the hospital. The current residence of Master Thomas Jefferson. M'kay? Just give me a second. I'm a Little Bit Country yito episode o-4 to delomo seril South Park sembo o-7. Meanwhile, Cartman electrocutes himself in water with a TV OH! Did you think it weren't real?, There's a man in the office we didn't vote for. Disgraceful! Skeeter: We must defend our country Randy: If it means war, then we say NO. Episode botiya bungaliyo piloposiari to tanggal 9 April 2003 wawu wolo tuwoto produksi 701.. Referensi Come toward the light! Don't you call us unpatriotic! Explanation for why our country is the way it is. Mr. Garrison. Support our troops! Show More. This episode is currently unavailable on South Park Studios. Get up! Yeaaaaahhhh!. Benjamin Franklin • Let's listen in. What we really should be doing, is just beatin' the hell out of each other like we were. Therefore, Cartman tries to induce a flashback so that he can find out what the Founding Fathers would have to say about the war. And now we'd like to bring out a couple of very special South Park students who did a report on what the Founding Fathers would have to say about the war. South Park has its onw lyrics, of course. "Bleeding Heart Rock Protest Song vs. Season 7 E 4 • 04/09/2003. Oh no you don't! Therefore, Cartman tries to induce a flashback so that he can find out what the Founding Fathers would have to say about the war. If the Founding Fathers saw you burning your flag an' callin' the President a Nazi, they'd roll over in their grave! Excuse me, but does this Declaration actually suggest that we should go to go war with England? I’m a little bit country / And I’m a little bit rock 'n roll / I’m a little bit of Memphis and Nashville / With a little bit of Motown in my soul / I don’t know if it’s good or bad Rabble! Look! Well you can come to our side of town to use the post office and we can go to your side to use the grocery store. Season 7 Ep 1 4/9/2003. Quiet people! But you must come toward the light! But what about the violence?! Eric Cartman • Easily move forward or backward to get to the perfect spot. And they knew one thing: that a truly great country can go to war, and at the same time, act like it doesn't want to. You just keep all your flag burnin' and your hippie-rock protest songs on YOUR side of the town! Okay, children, let's take our seats. Good luck, young messenger! We're protesting this war because we care so deeply for the fate of our Colonies! Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. If we allow the people to protest what the government does, then the country will be forever blameless. That's why the founding fathers decided we should have both. Tom, I'm standing in the town square where the war rally has been going on for an incredible eighty-seven hours. 00:59. Find the exact moment in a TV show, movie, or music video you want to share. Look at me, I'm back in time, in 1776. The History Channel • South Park Yesterday at 12:31 PM Shop our exclusive Comic-Con collection of brand new apparel and acc ... essories featuring your favorite South Park characters. Mr. Garrison makes them write a report on the founding fathers. Oh, it's Benjamin Franklin. The crowd still appears to be split right down the middle - half of them support country music, and the other half rock-n-roll. Yeah, but... if it weren't for all you guys protesting, why everyone around the world would hate the American people instead of just the President. Skeeter: I'm a little for supportin' our troops. Eric Cartman • Rabble! Full Ep. I learned somethin' today. Cartman decides he's going to figure out a way to flashback to the past and learn all about history first hand. The last thing these people want is a bleedin'-heart rock protest song! This episode originally aired on April-9-2003. You are all unpatriotic for leading the Colonies into a war that half of them don't want! Because I'm assigning all you little flag-burners a full report on seventeen seventy-siyix, and the Founding Fathers! Having your cake and eating it too. Episode botiya lowali episode o-100 to delomo sojara lo South Park. Officer Barbrady visits South Park's juvenile hall to question the most notorious toilet paperer alive. I know what the founding fathers would say. South Park. They are then interviewed outside the school for their views on what the Founding Fathers would think about the conflict and show their ignorance by not knowing who the founding fathers were. 04/02/2003. Choose a free episode to watch or watch a free random episode. That's because the Founding Fathers would have supported the war! Randy: And I'm a little for bringing them home. I really, really do". full of colonial documentaries from The History Channel in order to induce a flashback. We could have the boys do their presentation as part of our peace rally on Saturday! If you all don't mind, I would like to do my report now. That's what I'm doing. We're doing our pro-war song first! Can you believe those hick sons of bitches? Support our troops! The boys join some anti-war protesters because it's a free pass out of school for the day. Cartman wakes up and delivers his message to the town, who see the truth of that statement and then break out into song (a version of "I'm a Little Bit Country" by Donny and Marie Osmond). I'm having a flashback. Randy: Well I'm a little bit rock-n-roll! And I am the official messenger boy, I am. 07/24/2002. Yeah! Hey, if you don't like America, then you can git out! "Bleeding Heart Rock Protest Song vs. Because they make the country look like it's made of sane, caring individuals. And you people who are anti-war, you need these flag-wavers, because, if our whole country was made up of nothing but soft pussy protesters, we'd get taken down in a second. South Park (1997) - S07E04 Comedy - Yarn is the best way to find video clips by quote. Heres a quick quiz on Im a Little Bit Country, in which the town gets caught on opposing sides of the war issue and boys research the Founding Fathers. You'd better be studying, God-damnit! I'm a little bit country Randy: I'm a little bit rock n' roll! Kids, let's keep it down for study group, or else Mr. Garrison is going to punish me. South Park. It's Benjamin Franklin. In less than 4 hours the 100'th South Park episode ever aired will air, and here's the thread where we can talk about it afterward. After participating in a walk-out against the war in Iraq, Mr. Garrison tells the boys they have to write a report on the founding fathers. Episode 1 The kids are all in class when Mr. Garrison announces that the children who want to protest against the Iraq war are allowed outside, and that the others have to solve math problems. All right everyone, thank you all for comin' out to protest the war, m'kay? His chances of surviving are very slim. Watch Random Episode. Pro War Country Song, https://southpark.fandom.com/wiki/I%27m_a_Little_Bit_Country?oldid=428314. Skeeter: I'm a little for supporting our troops. What the hell is all this?! The Founding Fathers would agree with our right to protest! Benjamin Franklin shows up, as voiced by famed TV producer Norman Lear, also the creative consultant for this episode. Their simple plan to protest their way out of class goes south when they find themselves in the middle of the two opposing sides of the issue. Rabble! I guess we're just gonna have to do it with the three of us! And that means that as a nation, we could go to war with whomever we wished, but at the same time, act like we didn't want to.