Stan talks with his father Randy about his confusion over who "the Asians" arbitrarily decide to portray as gay in yaoi.
Randy, who knows nothing about the topic but is desperate to appear politically correct, comes to the conclusion that Asians are allowed to decide who is actually gay or not.
The next day at school, the growing tension between Tweek and Craig leads to them fighting, but it is dismissed as a lovers' quarrel, and they are given money and dismissed without punishment.
When Randy calls Chinese President Xi Jinping to ask for clarifications about yaoi, the Chinese President angrily replies that the Japanese, not Chinese, do this and begins ranting about the rape of Nanking.
On dating: I want whatever soap Tiwa is using, I want the same soap too…
My social life and Tiwa’s social life are miles apart, Tiwa is busy.
Barrymore and Kopelman, an art consultant, kicked off the new year by announcing their engagement, and in June, the pair threw a beautiful, vintage, romance-themed wedding in the backyard of Barrymore's home in Montecito, Calif.
The new mom wore a Chanel gown, and the guest list included Reese Witherspoon, Cameron Diaz (who helped plan the wedding), Jimmy Fallon, and Busy Philipps.
At Tweek's home, Tweek's parents celebrate and accept his gay status by rewarding him with money.
As Cartman ponders the relationship of Tweek and Craig, he starts fantasizing again about his Cupid-like alter ego Cupid Me (last seen in "Cartman Finds Love").
Now the reason that was thrown in there was because everyone had seen Tiwa from season one to three and pretty much put her in a box.