Priest Maxi:Lord, we look to thee on this,
our most troubled hour.
We have been led astray,
and now all we can do is waitfor the inevitable to happen.
Soon, everything we havesaid and done online
is going to be known to all.
Many lives will beturned upside down.
Of course, I have nothingto be worried about.
Since I'm a priest,
there's nothing I'm ashamedof doing on the Internet,
so...definitely no reasonto look up my history.
But, uh, for many,this is a time to pray.
All:Oh, Lord, please forgive us
for things we might havedone online.
Men:Please try to understand
that even if some of uswere on ashleymadison.com,
it was only out of curiosity
and not becausewe'd actually have an affair.
Please understand thatwe might have used racial slurs,
but only becauseit was to a close friend
and never meant to be in public.
Kyle:What are you all doing?!
Somebody's threateningyour way of life,
and you're all justsitting here, praying?!
Like a-a bunch of babies?!
Likea bunch of pussies!
Come on!This isn't South Park.
What's happened to us?
We used to have a challengeand deal with it
then move on to the next one.
Now we've just beendealing with trolling
and Internet stuffover and over, week after week,
and I don't know about you, butI'm getting pretty sick of it!
Now, for once, let's takea stand and try to end this.
We can't let Denmark changewho we are.
You guys need to, you know,
call the presidentand get him to...take action.
Uh, the president?He won't listen to us.
He hates us now.
No. But there's somebodyhe will listen to.
This Isn't South Park
As the town prays for a way to survive their internet histories being revealed, Kyle and Ike convince everyone to fight back.