Mr. Mackey lectures the kids on the dangers of choking themselves to get high, as well as other methods that are becoming popular. Butters mentions that his cousin told him about getting high with cat pee and the others don't believe him until Mr. Mackey verifies it. The boys go home and confirm it for themselves, with Kenny getting a spray of cat urine to the face. He goes on a drug trip inspired by the 1981 film Heavy Metal, driving a rocket-powered, T-topped 1979 Firebird through space and encountering a woman with large breasts. As he is about to bathe with her and lather her breasts with soapy suds, Cartman brings him back into reality, angering Kenny, who rages violently against him.
The new drug craze becomes national news, with Fox News calling it "cheesing" (because it's so "Fon to Due"). Kyle's parents, horrified, bring it to the attention of other parents and Gerald drafts a bill that will making cats illegal in South Park, and all cats are taken into custody. Cartman hides Mr. Kitty up in his attic, which leads to harboring many illegal cats in a way that mirrors the hiding of Jews in "Schindler's List."
Kenny, meanwhile, is still able to acquire cat urine, and is addicted. The boys try to get Kenny to stop cheesing, even threatening to tell on him, and confiscating his cat. Sheila finds the cat in Kyle's dresser drawer, but Kyle denies that it is his, saying that he is "holding it for a friend." Kyle is grounded and Gerald takes the cat downstairs. Despite being clean for ten years, temptation takes over and Gerald cheeses himself "one last time." Under the influence, he finds himself in the Heavy Metal world, flying a B-17. After encountering the woman with the large breasts, he is annoyed to find that Kenny is there, too, and they have to battle over the girl.
A large audience is watching Gerald and Kenny fight at the playground (they both believe they are in a fictional world), and they are brought to their senses. Having been the major proponent of the cat ban, it is embarrassing for Gerald to have been caught high on cat urine. He makes a public apology reminiscent of the public apology of former New York governor Eliot Spitzer, with a very displeased Sheila by his side, and lifts the ban on cats. He urges people to take personal responsibility, and makes the point that no matter what is done, children will always find ways to get high, listing some possibilities such as "fermenting human feces". Kenny in the meantime appears to be getting "super wasted" on life when he starts sniffing flowers with the Heavy Metal music playing in his head.
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