In orderto better understand
the negative affectsof body shaming we have --
Hey, Leslie,put a [bleep] sock in it!!
We have a guest speaker today
who will challenge ourperceptions of physical beauty.
So, please welcome action starand hero Steven Seagal.
[ Rock music playing ]
SEAGAL: You got a problem with me?
I'm your worst nightmare.
I have no fear of death.
More important, I don't fear life.
[ Explosion ]
[ Sniffling ]
[ Haltingly ]I'm a big action-movie star,
and people arepretty stoked on me.
And then I put a pictureof myself up on the Internet,
and I had my shirt off,and I said,
"Do you think I'm ripped?"and some people commented
saying I didn't look ripped,that I was fat,
and they called meSteven SeBoomBoom,
and so then I putanother picture on the Internet,
and I thoughtpeople would be stoked on me,
but they said I looked likea fat turd,
and they said I wasn't buff.
[ Hyperventilating, sobbing ]
Body shaming isn't cool,
and if p-people shame youon the Internet,
you have to make surethat you stay --
you stay strong,
and tell everyone you're proudof how you look. Like this.
[ Cheryl Lynn's"To Be Real" playing ]
♪ What you find, ahh
♪ What you feel now
Listen, that wasa really amazing talk
you gave to the kids.
[ Sniffling ]Thank you.
I can see that you'rein a lot of pain, bro.
I've got someonewho I think can help.
So, I want youto do for Mr. Seagal
the same thing that you're doingfor Eric Cartman.
But P.C. Principal,I really don't have time.
This man took the timeto come to your school
and help spreadbody-shaming awareness!
I think you can give hima little of your time!
Steven Seagal gives the students a presentation about fat shaming. Afterwards, Butters' is recruited to help out.