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Unfulfilled
The Stotch garage, day. Butters is working on his bike, trying to make it stand out
Butters
Oh boy! This is looking so great. [Stephen enters and takes a safety vest from the coat rack by the door] Hey Dad! The big bike parade is this weekend. How's it look? First prize is $50!
Stephen
[frustrated] What are you saying, that our family needs cash?! I'm busting my ass trying to make ends meet! You wanna go live with Kim Kardashian?! She's better than me 'cause she's got money?! Fuck you, son! [leaves and slams the door. Butters' smile stays]
The Stotch kitchen, moments later. Stephen enters and puts on the vest
Linda
Butters really loves that bike parade.
Stephen
[frustrated] I don't need to be reminded every 10 minutes that money's tight! [Linda puts her hands together and looks down. He sighs] I'm sorry. It's just this new job. It can be such a grind.
Linda
[consoles him] You work too hard at that place.
Stephen
[takes Linda's hands and holds them] Kids these days just don't understand how much their parents break their back to provide.
Gruff Worker
[from outside] Come on, Stotch! [Stephen goes to the front door and opens it]
Stotch Residence, exterior. Outside, the gruff worker stands in front of a copper colored sedan, along with Stuart McCorrmick and one of the town rednecks. All three are wearing safety vests.
Stuart
You're drivin' carpool today or not?
Gruff Worker
Gotta get down factory before the bell!
Stephen
[he briefly holds Linda's hand before leaving] Goodbye, Linda.
Linda
Don't let that place work you to death.
Montage, set to "Sixteen Tons" by Tennessee Ernie Ford. The four men drive to their new jobs - at the Amazon Fulfillment Center. All workers drive through checkpoints and then park. They go through turnstiles that only turn one way. The scenes then focus on Stephen, who's shown lifting boxes onto a waiting cart. Other scenes show other parts of packaging that Stephen is performing. Then they show him and other employees eating lunch at the cafeteria. Stephen has earphones on while eating his lunch and then subscribes to Amazon Prime music. Then scenes of automated robots working alongside the workers. A few hours more of this and Stuart goes home for the day. He pulls up to his driveway and brings Butters some things from Amazon, including Amazon Prime TV. He then goes to the kitchen to give Linda a new hand blender. At bedtime, Linda looks at her phone while Stephen is at the computer ordering a desk lamp on Amazon. Next day, the whole thing starts over again. The four men carpool to work, Stephen is at a receiving workstation then the workday is filmed in time-lapse photographs. Most of that time, Stephen is shown standing in one place. Another scene shows the outgoing boxes being stamped with the shipping information, then being sorted to their destinations. Some packages are being sent through Amazon Prime Air, the new drone delivery service. The last scene shows Stephen driving onto his driveway and getting out just in time to see a drone deliver another package to his door. He picks it up and gives it to Butters in the garage. It's a new horn for his bicycle
Tennessee Ernie Ford

Some people say a man is made outta mud
A poor man's made outta muscle and blood
Muscle and blood and skin and bones
A mind that's a-weak and a back that's strong

You load sixteen tons, what do you get?
Another day older and deeper in debt
Saint Peter don't you call me 'cause I can't go
I owe my soul to the company store

I was born one mornin' when the sun didn't shine
I picked up my shovel and I walked to the mine
I loaded sixteen tons of number nine coal
And the straw boss said "Well, a-bless my soul"

You load sixteen tons, what do you get?
Another day older and deeper in debt
Saint Peter don't you call me 'cause I can't go
I owe my soul to the company store

I was born one mornin', it was drizzlin' rain
Fightin' and trouble are my middle name
I was raised in the canebrake by an ol' mama lion
Can't no-a high-toned woman make me walk the line

You load sixteen tons, what do you get?
Another day older and deeper in debt
Saint Peter don't you call me 'cause I can't go
I owe my soul to the company store

The neighborhood. Butters takes his bike out for a spin. It's got a new horn as well as reflective stars on the wheels, some playing cards sticking to a clothespin attached to the bike form.
Butters
[joyfully] Yeah! Yippie! [Stan and friends sit on the curb. Butters honks his horn as he passes by] Hey fellas, what'dya think? [Cartman, wearing his Buddha Box, lifts it up and looks]
Stan
Think about what?
Butters
How my decorations are coming. The big bike parade is this weekend.
Cartman
Bike parade? That's so dumb.
Butters
Well, you won't think it's dumb when I win first prize. I'm goin' all out this year. I'll finally beat Larry Zewiski.
Stan
Dude, nobody cares about a stupid bike parade.
Larry
Hey, Stotch! [everybody looks over. Larry's on a tricycle, which has several flags on it, with four rockets strapped to the rear wheels, and he's exuding confidence] You gettin' pumped for the big bike parade? [Cartman lifts up his Buddha Box and looks over] Yeah, I'm pretty excited, I guess.
Porsche
Wow! Hey, nice bike, Larry.
Mercedes
Are you gonna be in the bike parade?
Larry
Yeah, I'm thinkin' about it. [the boys just stare.] Come on, girls. I'll show you my blue ribbons. Later, Stotch. Sucka! [he and the girls leave]
Butters
[head lowered] Well, anyway... [looks at the boys] well, I'm gettin' some more things for my bike too. [lowers his head again] Um... I'll see ya, fellas. [walks away slowly. The boys watch him leave]
Amazon Fulfillment Center. In the main shopping area, Stephen shows the Tweeks the ropes
Stephen
So this is where all the main boxing and transferring happens. I'm excited to have you guys working here at the fulfillment center, Mr. and Mrs. Tweek.
Richard
We really didn't have a choice. Since the fulfillment center opened, me and my wife's coffee business has gone belly-up.
Stephen
Yeah, people are ordering everything online these days. That's why you'll find a lot of familiar faces working here. [they walk by Mr. Slave, who's preparing boxes for packing. He waves to them before returning back to work] Everything's automated and timed to precision to get people's orders out to them as soon as possible. This is Josh, he'll be your section manager.
Josh
Howdy, folks.
Stephen
In these warehouses, there are over one million items, from toothpaste to Go Karts, and it's the work of both humans and machines that make the work possible. [a bos-laden machine runs into Josh and carries him away screaming.] You'll get a message on your device which item to get, then get it to one of our loaders, and the machines do the rest. [an alarm goes off and red lights blink. Everyone stops what they're doing and looks around]
Bearded Worker
We got another one!
Stephen
Josh! [Josh becomes a pinball among the machines and screams every time another machine carries him away. Stephen and the other workers run up to a chainlink fence] Hang on, Josh! [Josh is now in the conveyor system being knocked around like a package] Shut it down! Shut it down! [a beefy worker presses the emergency shut-off button, but it fails]
Beefy Worker
It's not shuttin' down. [a shipping label is stamped onto the crotch area on Josh's pants. He goes down a roller slide and stands up, at which point he's wrapped up in thin plastic sheets. He's then sent down a chute to a vat of plastic peanuts that whirls him around until he disappears into it.]
Josh
Aaaarargargar!
Stephen
Whenever there's a workplace accident, you need to fill out a 1081 form. [pulls out a copy of the form]
Kenny's house at the Historic SoDoSoPa ruins, day. Kenny is now working on his bike with the same kinds of trimmings Butters used. He's painting his bike blue. Cartman shows up with Stan and Kyle, while Kenny has his back towards the garage door
Cartman
What are you doing?
Kenny
[quickly turns around and then tries to hide the spray can] (What?! You scared me, guys! Wassup?)
Stan
"Wassup" is I thought we agreed bike parades are stupid.
Kenny
(Bike parades ARE stupid.)
Cartman
Don't lie, Kenny! You saw that Larry kid scoring chicks with his bike, heard about the cash prize, and you decided to do the bike parade behind our backs! I know 'cause I thought the same thing!
Stan
Me too.
Cartman
[looks down, then wanders off as somber music plays] Jesus. Is this really what it's come down to, you guys? Whatever happened to *us*?
Kyle
What do you mean?
Cartman
It used to always be the four of us. Always. Now Stan's moved to a farm. I have anxiety. Kenny? Nobody really talks to Kenny. And then there's just... Kyle. We used to do everything together. What if we did this like the old days?
Kyle
[music picks up] Four bikes, one common theme.
Stan
We could totally own the bike parade.
Kenny
(Yeah!)
Cartman
If we order everything online, we can have it delivered tomorrow! [gets on his phone] We need props, pyrotechnics, the works!
Stan
[pulls out his phone and starts tapping away] Yeah, and we gotta order some badass spokes and those wheel bumpers!
Kyle
[pulls out his phone and starts tapping away] I'll start looking for costumes! What theme are we thinking?
Cartman
Kenny, get on your mom's laptop and start ordering streamers, sparklers and rockets! Make sure everyone ships Next Day Delivery! This is gonna be just like the old times, you guys!
Amazon Fulfillment Center, exterior, dusk. As the Fulfillment Center employees leave for the night, Celtic music plays nearby at Crunchy's Micro Brew.
Crunchy's Microwbrew, interior. Fulfillment Center employees have a drink and chat among each other, while a group of Irish musicians play on stage.
Irish Singers

Workin' me fingers to the bone,
I need me a drink before goin' home.
Be back in the mornin',
pack boxes at dawn.
Workin' for Amazon

Stephen
Can I have a beer, please? Whatcha got on tap?
Barkeep
Amazon, Amazon light, and Amazon IPA.
Stephen
Gimme Amazon Light. I'm a Prime member. [holds up an Amazon credit card]
Gruff Worker
[now with both arms bandaged up] What the fook are we doin', anyway? Breakin' our backs! Loadin' up forklifts! Gettin' paper cuts from boxes! And for what?! A measly paycheck that just barely covers our online purchases.
Stephen
Yeah, well, we should be thankful we even have jobs, huh? Before the fulfillment center opened, we really didn't have anything.
Gruff Worker
We had our dignity!
Stuart
[speaks up] Hey everyone! Everyone, listen! [music and all conversations stop] Amazon just posted a statement about Josh's accident. They're calling it "human error" [chatter picks up] "Amazon regrets the recent workplace accident and is working to better train its workers so that no future accidents occur."
Bearded Worker
Who do they think they are?!
Gruff Worker
It was the bloody machines!
Stephen
[nervous chuckle] Okay, hold on, everyone. I'm sure there's an explanation.
Stuart
This is what we've been reduced to! We are the backbone that makes the fulfillment center work! Maybe they should see what it would be like if we didn't show up for work! [all cheer]
Skeeter
We'll do it for Josh, and so what happened to him never happens to anyone else.!
Stephen
Hold on, guys. [nervous chuckle] M-My son has a big bike parade coming up. I... I can't just not show up to work now.
Stuart
[Comes up to Stephen and puts his finger in his face] What's more important to you, Stotch? A bike parade, or Josh?![leaves]
Stephen
A bike parade.
Stuart
Amazon workers, we are on strike! [the workers roar back in approval and cheer, while Stephen looks around nervously]
Cartman's house, day. He's still in bed as the sun breaks. It's morning, and his alarm goes off. He sits up and then leaves the bed
Cartman
My stuff's here! [runs out of the room and downstairs] My stuff! My stuff! My stuff my stuff my stuff! [runs by the sofa, where Liane sits, She's sipping coffee.]
Liane
Mornin' hon.
Cartman
Shut up! [opens the front door and looks out, smiling] Stuff? [looks around, then steps out a bit further] Stuff? [One more look, then goes back inside and walks up to Liane] Mom, were there a bunch of packages for me?
Liane
I don't think anyone's getting packages, sweetie. Look. [Cartman looks at the TV, at the strike against Amazon]
Tom
The Amazon Fulfillment Center has been shut down as hundreds of employees refuse to work. [Behind Tom, an Amazon employee marches behind him and then look into the camera, smiles and point at their signs. Another employee does the same thing. Stephen is behind them, keeping his head down and looking conflicted] Customers all over the state are wondering where their Amazon orders are, as workers demand more respect and more money. The uprising started with a workplace accident which Amazon blamed on human error. Joining me now is the victim of the accident - Josh Carter. [walks over to Josh, who is now a sentient package. He's been placed atop of a stool.] And Josh, how does it feel to have your accident spark so much upheaval?
Josh
You know, Tom, I think something like this was bound to happen. There's those at the top who control the means of production, and then there's the working class that enables those means by selling their labor power for wages. When there's conflict, the ruling class tries to blame the working class.
Tom
Can you get out of the box?
Josh
No, my organs have been compacted, so if the box opens, I spill out and die. I believe the working class needs to revolt against capitalism and bring about socioeconomic emancipation.
Tom
Do you get hot in the box?
Soth Park City Hall, day. Mayor McDaniels is making an Amazon purchase on her work iMac
Mayor McDanniels
[quietly talking to herself] Ship to address, order now... [receives this message] "Usually ships in..." [yells out in anger] four to six weeks?! I can make my own damn towels in four to six weeks! [a knock at the door, and Janson looks in]
Janson
Mayor, you have a visitor.
Mayor
Not now, I'm having problems!
Janson
[Nervously] But Mayor, it's uh, [whispers] Jeff Bezos.
Mayor
[voice rises] Founder and CEO of Amazon Jeff Bezos?
Janson
[whispers] Yeah.
Mayor
Okay, okay, uh, let him in.
Janson
Right on through here, Mr. Bezos. [Jeff Bezos enters. He has a long neck and a bald, veiny head, suggesting a brain so big blood vessels have to be outside the skull for it to fit. Bezos looks at Janson, and Janson leaves]
Mayor
[stands up from behind her desk] Mr. Bezos. How great to see you again! [Bezos just looks at her] How have you been?
Bezos
[telepathically] I wish I was doing better. Please Mayor, have a seat.
Mayor
Oh, thank you. [she sits in her chair, he takes a seat as well]
Mayor
I guess you're here because of the... strike.
Bezos
We had a deal, Mayor. You told me this town would be the perfect place for one of our fulfillment centers.
Mayor
And it has been. It it gave so many people jobs. [chuckles] And I'm not really sure why everyone is so...
Bezos
[moves his head ever so slightly] Disgruntled? Dissatisfied? Unamused? Would you like to know why Amazon is so successful? Because the customer is all that matters. Now orders are going unfulfilled all over the state of Colorado. [lowers eyebrows] That makes us look very bad. [raises his eyebrows] It makes YOU look very bad. Perhaps... you should no longer be a Prime member.
Mayor
[pleading] Please! I-I'm trying to get everyone back to work. I-I'm going to do everything that I can.
Bezos
Then we have an understanding. [gets up and heads for the door] Goodbye, Mayor. If everyone stays unfulfilled, [turns around and looks at the Mayor] it will be you who pays the price. [opens the door and leaves. The Mayor is left stunned]
A cloudy day. Cartman opens the door and looks out. No packages. A new montage begins, to the tune of Trey Parker's "Unfulfilled." Cartman goes back inside and closes the door. Mr. Tucker goes and checks his mailbox. No mail or packages. Sheila checks the status of her delivery. Her coffee maker has been delivered, but still en route. A tear runs down her cheek. Mr. Mackey looks outside his window as it starts to rain and sees a FedEx X truck. The driver looks back at him, then lowers his head to the steering wheel. No delivery for Mackey. Jimmy looks at the status of his delivery but finds that it's going to take a month to reach him. He cries at his desk. A smiling Randy goes outside to get his packages, but suddenly, they fade away, revealing that he got nothing and leaves him disappointed. Wendy walks by the kitchen at her home and sees her parents. Wendy's parents sit at the dining room table, looking depressed. No packages for them either. Wendy then looks down and walks away. The strikers put on their protest and hold up their signs, but Stephen's heart isn't in it. He stands still holding a "STAND UP/STRIKE" sign. Kenny opens his front door and checks for packages but finds none. Kyle looks out his front door and finds nothing. He closes his door. An aerial shot of the neighborhood shows no packages anywhere on the front steps of the houses. Ryan walks up to Sarah and thinks of putting his hand on her shoulder, but decides against it and leaves. The fulfillment center sits dark and silent. Officer Brown looks for packages at the front of the police station, but finds nothing. He then sadly closes the door.
Trey

Unfulfilled.
And now tomorrow's nothing but another day.
Somebody came and took my hopes and dreams away.
and now I'm lost, and unfulfilled.

Curtains close
All we were a distant memory
Somebody just bitch-slapped the smile right off of me.
And here I am, so unfulfilled.

The happiness I knew just got raped and killed.
And all I am is unfulfilled.

Nothing that I have seems like enough
All I'm left to ask is, "Where's my stuff?"
It's sitting somewhere, unfulfilled.

Last scene is in Cartman's room. Cartman, Stan, and Kyle wait. The door opens and Kenny walks in. The boys jump to meet him
Stan
Anything? Did you get anything?
Kenny
(No. Nothing.) [the other three sigh]
Cartman
I guess it's time to face it. We aren't going to get our stuff.
Stan
Maybe if we reorder everything and have it shipped to a different fulfillment center-
Kyle
There's no time. Let's face it. We can't be in the bike parade.
Stan
No! I refuse to believe we have no other options. Um, what...? What did we do before Amazon?
Kenny
(Well I don't know.)
Stan
I mean, before we could get whatever we wanted, where did we get stuff?
Cartman
At the... the ma-, the ma-ma-, the mall.
Kyle
Oh yeah1 The mall!
Kenny
(The mall!)
South Park Mall, day. It sits abandoned and looks dilapidated. The earth has begun to reclaim it. Plants break through the asphalt in the parking lot. Inside, the building is dark and devoid of any lighting and covered with trash and plants. A rat runs around and waits on top of a plant. The doors open and the boys walk in, causing the rat to scurry off.
Cartman
Guess we haven't been to the mall in a while. [as they walk through the mall, Anita Baker's "Sweet Love" plays over the speakers.]
Anita Baker

Sweet Love
hear me callin' out your name
I feel no shame;
I'm in love
Oh no no no no no
(Sweet Love)

Kyle
There's nobody here.
Stan
There's gotta be somebody.
Cartman
[notices something and points] Look! It's Wiener On A Stick. [a worker pops up behind the counter and hisses, then drops back down. The boys walk up to him]
Stan
Uh, hello?
Mall Worker 1
[pops back up] Welcome to Wiener On A Stick.
Kyle
Are you the only one still at the mall?
Mall Worker 1
There are many, and yet none. [other workers come out of the woodwork and hiss]
The Stotch house, day. Linda is at the sofa knitting while Butters reads Mystery Comics. The front door opens and Stephen enters
Linda
There he is! [drops her knitting and goes to Stephen]
Butters
Dad! [drops his comic book and goes to Stephen]
Linda
How did it go?
Stephen
[nervously looks down and holds cap in his hand] They voted to keep striking. There was a run-in, violence between some of the strikers and corporate. They've decided to punish us by taking our status. [turns and walks a few feet away from Linda and Butters] There's no easy way to say this, so I'll... just come out with is then. We're... not Amazon Prime members anymore.
Linda
Then what are we?
Stephen
[turns to face his family] Everyone involved in the strike has been dropped down one level from Prime. We're... we're now Amazon USDA Choice.
Linda
[covers her mouth as she starts to tear up] That's... fine. We'll be USDA Choice. It's, it's almost as good as Prime.
Stephen
[walks up to her and puts his hand on her shoulder] You're a good woman for saying that. But you're a bitch because it's a lie and you're patronizing me. [goes upstairs]
Butters
Mom, eh if I win the first prize in the bike parade, I'll give the money to you guys.
Stotch residence.The master bedroom, later. Stephen is at his computer, praying
Stephen
Please... I don't know what else to do. My family is all that matters to me. [becomes emotional and starts to tear up] I made a promise to provide for them. What if we never get what we're asking for from the strike? [he's being observed through a hidden camera, on Alexa View] What if they just get others to do all the boxing for us?
At Amazon HQ, in a purple, alien-like room, Mayor McDaniels looks at the screen with Jeff Bezos
Bezos
See how the worker begins to question his determination? Without his Amazon Prime Status, he fluctuates between being and non-being.
Stephen
My family has to come first.
Bezos
Now... torn between memberships, the consumer-worker will reason that the strike is pointless. Prepare a bus. We must make sure that boxers who wish to box have a safe way into the fulfillment center.
South Park Mall, exterior, day
South Park Mall, interior. The boys are still in the abandoned mall as more mall workers emerge from their hiding spots and look at the boys in curiosity
Kyle
I think maybe it was a bad idea to come here, you guys.
Mall Worker 2
Why have you come to this place?
Stan
We came because... we need... stuff.
Mall Worker 3
[emerges from behind a large planter] Do you seek cosmetics? [holds up some make-up brushes]
Mall Worker 4
[emerges from behind a food court trash can] Do you need puppies? [holds up two puppies wearing bow ties in his arms]
Mall Worker 5
[comes up behind Stan] Sample of lotion?
Stan
What??
Mall Worker 5
[lifts up Stan's arm and sprays some onto it] Why, it's lemongrass lavender.
Stan
No! [the worker hisses and goes back into the shadows] No, no, look. We need very specific stuff. There's a big bike parade on Saturday.
In front of Auntie Jen's, a Cinnaroll and Gamestop employee are excited about the bike parade and talk over each other
Cinnaroll employee
Ohhh! Bike parade?
Hobby employee
Bike parade?
Gamestop employee
Ohh!
In front of City Express, Wayne D and a Build-A-Bear employee also show their excitement
Wayne D
Ohhh! Bike parade!
Build-A-Bear Workshop employee
[garbled] That's nice!
Kyle
Yeah. And the four of us are actually doing a group theme.
Cartman
[steps forward] The changing faces of immigrants in America as told through bicycles.
Mall Worker 6
So... do you need... SHOES? [holds a couple of shoe boxes]
Stan
[turns to face the mall worker] Yeah. Uh, color-coded specific shoes in four specific sizes.
Mall Workers
Aww!
Stan
What?
Mall Worker 1
[pops his head out from behind the counter.] We do not have the inventory that online wholesalers can provide. [hisses and hides again]
Cartman
This is a waste of time, you guys.
Kenny
(Yeah. Shit, let's get the fuck out of here.)
Mall Worker 7
[emerges from behind a planter holding up a skirt on a hanger] Please! You are the only customers we've had the pleasure of assisting since the fulfillment center opened.
Stan
H-Hold on a minute. You all stay here 'cause you want to work?
Mall Worker 6
It is... our purpose.
Mall Workers
Our purpose.
Mall Worker 4
Our purpose.
Stan
Wait a minute. You guys... I think I have an idea.
Amazon Fulfillment Center, day. An overhead view of the parking lot as the strikers and a group of counter protesters are gathered for another day. Both groups are being corralled by police officers.
Tom
[off screen] A bus with employees wishing to return to work is about to arrive here at the fulfillment center,[the Amazon employees are yelling and holding up signs while the police officers are trying to keep them behind the barriers] and the strikers are not happy. Also, dozens of Amazon customers have shown up.[a large group of counter protesters hold up signs demanding the workers get back to their jobs and deliver their packages are being held back by the police] Angry customers who wish to be fulfilled.
Customers
We want our stuff! We want our stuff!
Tom
The customers say the boxers need to return to work because the shutdown is hurting everyone. [Randy is standing next to him]
Randy
I have a weed business to run! I need my shit from Amazon to make it all work!
Josh
At what cost, sir?! Do you care that personal worth is being reduced by capitalists to exchange value?!
Randy
Oh yeah, that's typical rhetoric from a Marxist box.
Josh
Free trade is not free-dom! Perhaps socialism IS the answer!
Tom
If you pay for shipping, can you go anywhere you want?
Stuart
[pointing] Here comes the bus!
Strikers
[all turn to face the bus. Stephen is the only passenger in it, looking mighty lonely] Scabs! Scabs! Scabs! Scabs! Scabs! Scabs! Scabs! Scabs! Scabs! Scabs! Scabs! Scabs!
Stuart
Hey, it's Stotch! [the bus stops]
Gruff Worker
Ya can't do it, Stotch! Ya damned us all!
Stephen
[lowers a window] Don't you understand? It's not about me! It's my son!
Gruff Worker
If those orders get fulfilled, then we got nothin'!
Stephen
He's just a kid! He wants to be in the bike parade!
Gruff Worker
My son's in the bike parade too! [his voice begins to crack] He's got... little tassels off the back of his seat. Tiny flags stickin' out the handlebars. But he deserves more, Stotch! If we don't make our stand now, he doesn't have a chance. He'll get fookin' third or fourth place or just a fookin' participation ribbon!
Stephen
[emotional] I'm sorry. [the bus moves forward again]
Gruff Worker
Stotch!
The fulfillment center, inside. Stephen gets to work doing all the fulfillments himself. Mayor McDaniels and Jeff Bezos look on from a catwalk above the factory floor
Bezos
It is... not as I expected. Only one consumer worker broke through the picket lines. Your townspeople are more stubborn than I thought.
Mayor
They're... prideful people, yes.
Bezos
Perhaps I should give up. How I long to return to Bezos and touch butts with my wife. [the factory phone rings and he answers it] Amazon Fulfillment Center.
South Park Mall, exterior. The boys are in the parking lot outside the mall. Stan is on his phone and somehow, Bezos' telepathy reaches Stan's ears
Stan
Uh yeah, hi. We ordered a bunch of stuff and we haven't gotten it.
Bezos
[frustrated] Yes, yes, the workers are striking. We're fucking working on it!
Stan
No, that's actually why we're calling. We know a whole bunch of people who can come work for you.
Bezos
[his eyes widen as he thinks a moment] Is that so? Now those fools will pay!
Stan
What fools will pay?
Bezos
Uh no, sorry, um... you say you have worker-consumers? willing to box?
Stan
Yeah, but listen: we want our stuff! We ordered a bunch of shit for the bike parade, and if we get you workers, we want them to deliver our stuff first!
Bezos
Very well. Stay right where you are. [hangs up, goes back to the Mayor, and stares at her for a few seconds] You didn't tell me there was a bike parade.
Mayor
I didn't think it was relevant.
Bezos
Everything is relevant when it comes to customers. [goes to Alexa View and waves his hand across the screen. Butters is shown working on his bike again]
Dramatic music begins as Bezos smiles after looking at the Alexa View. Josh begins his speech off screen.
Josh
The history of this world...
A panning shot of the employees yelling and protesting outside the fulfillment center.
Josh
is the history of class struggles.
A panning shot of the customers yelling and holding up their signs outside the fulfillment center
Josh
Alienated from the products of their labor...
Stotch Residence, garage. Butters is working on his bike, looking at his bike spokes.
Josh
from their fellow laborers and from their very essence.
Zewiski Residence, garage. Larry is adding more flags to his bike while Mercedes and Porsche admire him from outside.
Josh
The oppressed worker will eventually strike back at those capitalists who control the means of production.
South Park Mall, interior. The four boys go back inside the mall. The mall workers emerge as the light from outside hits them
Josh
We have nothing to lose but our chains.
Crunchy's Microbrew, interior. The strikers are standing and paying attention
Josh
We will unite in revolution.
Gruff Worker
And if others try to break through the picket line?
Josh
[a box on a stool] Nothing else can be allowed into the fulfillment center, no matter what the cost.
Skeeter
We're ready to follow you, Josh.
Josh
Then follow me to Hell.
End of Unfulfilled
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South Park: The Complete Twenty-Second Season

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