All right, guys.
Now let's go back and talk aboutinfinitives.
Remember -- Those are verbscombined with the word "to."
[ Whispering ]Oh, my [bleep] God.Now, usually, an infinitiveacts like a noun,
as in"I want to go out to eat,"
or "I hope to be chosen today."
[ Whispering ] What?!
I'mbored, dude.Now, usually, it isn't common
to split "to" and the verb,but sometimes you can.
[ Normal voice ]Knock it off!
Is there a problem,guys?
Go get my pen,fat ass!
I'm am notyour slave, Kyle.
Go get my pen!
MR. MACKEY: Attention, students.
Kyle Broflovski, report to the principal's office, please.
[ Laughs ] PC Principalwants to see you, Kyle!
Kyle Broflovski to the principal's office. M'kay?
God damn it.
Have fun, dude.
[ Sighs deeply ]
Oh, Kyle, [chuckles nervously]uh, thank you for coming.
Where's PC Principal?
I think he'sfinally lost it, Kyle.
He and his PC buddies areon a hunger strike.
They're callingfor people's resignations!
Kyle, PC Principal had problemswith Jimmy and with Leslie,
and now they're missing.M'kay?
Nobody knowswhere they are.
That's what happens.
You go against PC,and you just end up missing.
[ Shuddering ] M'kay.
What are you talking about?
PC Principal had issueswith them, m'kay?
and he had issueswith you, Kyle.
Whatever's going on...it's pretty damn scary.
Where’s PC Principal
Kyle gets called to the Principal’s office and learns that Jimmy and Leslie are missing.