With Kickstarter down, the boys reconcile their differences and decide on a new direction for their ...
Stan, Kyle, Cartman, Kenny, and Butters decide to leave school and get rich quick by creating a start-up company through crowdfunding website Kickstarter. Because of the vogue for crowdfunding, they have a hard time getting an original name that is not already taken. When Cartman finds out that the Washington Redskins football team have lost the trademark to their team name, he suggests using it for their company. This angers Redskins owner Daniel Snyder, who confronts Cartman for using their name. Failing to convince Cartman to change his company name, Synder and his football team try to disassociate themselves with the company as it gains popularity for its do-nothing policy. With ISIS also supporting them, Kyle and Stan leave to form their own start-up company, which Stan eventually also quits.
Dan Snyder, of the Washington Redskins, visits the boys' corporate headquarters to plead with them t...
The boys' new business venture makes the news.
The boys become divided over the direction of their company.
The boys hold another media event to reveal their latest improvements to the Washington Redskins.
The boys settle on a start-up name, but it doesn't quite roll off the tongue.
The Washington Redskins football team descends upon Kickstarter to defend their honor.
Cartman comes up with the greatest company name ever, and the boys begin to set up their corporate h...
The boys brainstorm names for their new start-up company.
Dan Snyder visits NFL headquarters to speak with Rodger Goodell and the other team owners.
Cartman holds a media event to reveal exciting new changes to the Washington Redskins organization.
Cartman's new "Washington Redskins" business draws some unexpected attention.