Well, aren't youeating lunch, Eric?
[ Scoffs ] I am a food critic,Butters, okay?
I can't just eatcafeteria food.
Okay,here you are, sir!
There'sorange peel chicken,
some city beef,and a city egg roll!
Are you joking?
Well,you are a little late.
Like, I don't know,maybe only-one-star late.
Oh, no.No one star, please.
You Yelpersare killing me.
Okay, you no pay.You no pay. Please.
Sounds good.Now get the [bleep] out of here.
I'll get the [bleep] out!Thank you!
Wow. Well, you're prettyimportant, Eric.
He's not important at all.
No, no, you're right, Kyle.I'm not important.
Oh, hey, David,I was just wondering.
Um, how do you getto school?
Do you rideyour tiny bicicleta? Eh?
I just want to hear him say,
"Si, me ride me tiny bicicletato school."
Si, me ride me tinybicicleta to school.
[ Laughing ]That's awesome.
I'm gonna go outto recess.
Will you bus this for me,David? Thanks.
Ah, don't.Dude -- Dude, don't.
[ Keyboard clacking ]
[ Sighs ]
Sir, it's midnight.
Go home.Get some sleep.
There's no time to sleep whenthe city's counting on me.
More Yelp reviews, sir?
I had a bad experienceat Red Lobster,
and if the people don'tknow about it, they could, too.
Folks deserve to knowwhere to eat, Mitch.
But does anyoneeven thank you for it?
I don't need them to.
I know they need me,and that's enough.
God bless you, sir.
Too Good For Cafeteria Food
At school, Cartman shows off his newfound importance. Meanwhile, Detective Harris pulls an all-nighter writing Yelp reviews.