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"D-Yikes!"
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Episode no. Season 11
Episode 6
Production no. 1106
Original airdate April 11, 2007
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"D-Yikes!" is the sixth episode of Season Eleven, and the 159th overall episode of South Park. It aired on April 11, 2007.[1]

Synopsis[]

Mrs. Garrison gets dumped again and takes her frustration out on the fourth grade class. However, things start looking up for her when she meets a new friend at the gym and they go out for drink at a local "girl bar."[1]

Plot[]

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Mrs. Garrison enters her classroom in anger as her students settle in, venting out built-up frustrations from her previous bad blind date the night before. Out of spite, she assigns the class to read 'The Old Man and the Sea,' and to write an essay about it over the weekend, due the following Monday. Stan, Kyle, Kenny, and Cartman are unhappy about the prospect of homework over the weekend, but Cartman has a plan that will fix their problem. He brings the three others to the back of a truck rental, where a group of Mexicans are located. Cartman then tells men to read and write four different essays about the book for them, and the boys go off to enjoy their weekend.

Meanwhile, Mrs. Garrison goes to the all-female gym Curves to work out, and still release some built-up anger. As she curses out men on the treadmill, a woman named Allison gets onto the treadmill beside her, and the two strike up a conversation, sharing a common dislike of men. Allison then invites Mrs. Garrison down to the all-female bar, Les Bos. It does not take Mrs. Garrison long to realize though that Les Bos is a Lesbian Bar, and runs off to the bathroom horrified. Allison follows her and talks to her, making Mrs. Garrison wonder about her sexuality. They end up kissing and then having sex all night.

The four boys return on Monday morning to the truck rental place to pick up their essays from the Mexicans. The Mexicans read the book but did not write essays. Instead, they wrote to their esses (Friends). The boys blame Cartman for the misunderstanding, and they find out at school everyone else did their book reports. They are surprised though when Mrs. Garrison gives them more time for their report. She then tells her students that she is gay, to which Stan replies "Again?" The class likes this newfound personality in their teacher and encourages her in her choice.

That night Mrs. Garrison returns to Les Bos, a lot more confidently than the night before. She makes small talk but then gets into a fight with another lesbian, which is interrupted when a woman comes in and tells them some bad news. Les Bos is being closed down for good because it is being bought out by Persians. Janet Garrison is upset about this and refuses to leave. She brings the lesbians to Mayor McDaniels to try and save Les Bos, but the mayor sends them away from her office. Mrs. Garrison encourages her fellow lesbians not to give up hope. A Persian representative, Emir Hadi, visits Les Bos to try to reason with the lesbians but has to deal with Mrs. Garrison. After meeting with heavy resistance from the woman at the bar, Emir says, "Look, we don't have to offer you anything. So, I don't know why you’re being so difficult, this is crazy!"

Mrs. Garrison responds with, "No. This isn't crazy. THIS IS LES BOS!" (a parody of a famous line from the movie 300) and then kicks Emir in the balls. The lesbians' refusal to give up their bar hits the news, and lesbians everywhere begin to support their fight. Emir returns to his co-workers and tells them of how the 30 lesbians refused to give up the bar and calls more Persians for help. The Persians prepare for an attack on Les Bos while the lesbians stand in a formation outside. The fight that follows only involves pushing and shoving back and forth. The Persians grow tired and retreat while the lesbians celebrate their victory. The Persians return to their headquarters where they tell their boss, Rauf Xerxes. Xerxes gets angry and decides he must confront the lesbians himself.

At Les Bos, Mrs. Garrison comes up with a plan to send in Mexicans to Club Persh, the Persian base, and dig up any information they can to use against the Persians. A full day passes, and the lesbians are getting tired. To keep them energetic, Mrs. Garrison makes coffee, and after that, the Mexicans come back with some valuable information on Xerxes. When Xerxes arrives and confronts Mrs. Garrison, she reveals that she knows Xerxes is actually a woman and threatens to expose her secret. Xerxes is shocked and worried as women cannot be the boss in Persian culture. When Mrs. Garrison tells her that lesbians accept women no matter who they are or how they look, Xerxes is delighted and ends up having sex with Mrs. Garrison. Xerxes then decides to let Les Bos stay, and the lesbians celebrate.

When Allison questions Mrs. Garrison why she is not teaching right now, she tells her that the school hired someone to fill in for her, which turns out to be the Mexicans. They teach the class Math and Kyle says he is actually learning something for once.

References[]

  1. 1.0 1.1 D-Yikes! (Season 11, Episode 6). southparkstudios.com.


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Story Elements

Les BosAllisonMs. GarrisonRauf Xerxes • "Come to My Window"

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Release

South Park: The Complete Eleventh Season