The government sends its top minds to fix the internet.
The episode begins with the Marsh family performing various online activities: Stan browsing, Shelley iChat-ing with her online boyfriend Amir from Montana, and Randy watching Internet pornography. Sharon sends them all to bed for the night, but the next morning they discover 'there is no internet'. They then hastily walk to the Broflovski's house to use their internet connection, but soon find that the internet does not work there, either. Both families head to Starbucks for free wireless internet, but when they arrive it soon becomes apparent that the entire town's internet connection is down. The TV news, which has nothing to report without the Internet, gives vague rumors of Internet access in Silicon Valley. After eight days without internet, the Marsh family decides to "head out Californee way" (in a reference to The Grapes of Wrath). As they spend the night in a transient camp, a man delivers a monologue that California is so crowded from other travelers that there is "not enough internet to go around."
Stan tries to console Shelly.
The Marsh's try to cope with limited internet access in the Refugee Camp.
Randy realizes the only way to save his family is to go in search of Internet.
Stan and his family make it to the Silicon Valley Internet Refugee Camp.
The Marsh Family has its internet time cut short.
Stan, Randy and the other internet refugees dream of a better life on the Internet.
The Government tries to digitally communicate and appease the internet.
The world watches as Kyle tries to fix the internet.
Randy tries to satisfy his needs in the internet porn simulator.
The internet is locked up for the night, but Randy sneaks in to satisfy his needs.
With no internet, the town cannot learn what happened to the internet.