A reporter from Spin Magazine digs for answers about last week's Lorde performance. Meanwhile, Shar...
After planning for some time, Eric Cartman finally loses his patience waiting to use the toilet at school. He puts a bow on his head so he can use the girls' toilet as a "transginger" kid, calling himself "Erica". Mr. Garrison, himself a transgender person, advises the school to accommodate Cartman to keep him separate from the cisgender students. To the girls' annoyance Cartman continues to use their toilet, so the school compromises by installing a transgender toilet in the janitor's room, complete with a portable water feature, Christmas lights, and a clapper that plays "Spring" from Vivaldi's Four Seasons.
Randy has second thoughts about continuing his career as Lorde.
E! News reports about Lorde's silence. Meanwhile, Cartman and Butters confront Stan for being "into...
The reporter from Spin Magazine learns about Lorde's double life as a geologist.
At a school assembly, Principal Victoria announces they're getting rid of the transgender bathroom.
Cartman reaches a breaking point and finally reveals his big secret... he's transginger.
At work, the boss reveals that some co-workers are uncomfortable sharing the bathroom with Lorde.
What I Would Say to Lorde
Wendy joins Cartman in the transgender bathroom, and Cartman is NOT happy about having to share it.
Randy tries to write a new Lorde song.
"Erica" continues to poop in the girl's bathroom, and Principal Victoria comes up with a solution to...
"Erica" tries out the new transgender bathroom.
Stan doesn't know which bathroom to use.
The Principal confronts "Erica" about being transgendered. Afterwards, the teachers discuss what to ...
Everyone in South Park hears Lorde's awesome new song.
Cartman is not happy about Wendy's new "interest" in girls.
Randy finally reveals his big secret... that he IS Lorde. Randy then shows Stan how the music is ma...