This is gonna seema little weird to you, okay?
Before I quit Twitterand threw my phone away,
I was trying to prove who ourschool message board troll was.
Like you said you would do,Kyle,
except thatshe actually meant it.
Before I stopped searching,I learned something.
Take a look.
[ Suspenseful music plays ]
What is all this?
To try and provewho the troll was,
I started to look for patternsin how students used emojis.
Then I cross-referenced thatwith the troll's writing.
I call itemoji analysis.
People can hidebehind a fake name,
but the way they use emojisgives them away.
Wow,that's pretty smart.
She's funny, too, Kyle.
After I had eliminatednearly every student,
I started to realizethat the troll's emojis
were more archaic and lesselegant than the average kid's.
That's when I realized it.
Whoever Skankhunt42 ison the school message boards,
it isn't a student.
It's an adult.
You mean likeone of the teachers?
I think...it's one of the parents.
Are you sure?
I had enough examples ofthe teachers' text and e-mails
to do emoji analysis.
They were much more in linewith Skankhunt's
but still not a match.
Emoji analysis --it's genius.
You're not giving her creditfor being hilarious.
It's Called Emoji Analysis
Heidi explains her plan to track down the Troll to Kyle and Cartman, and reveals who she thinks the Troll really is.