In the episode, weight loss advocate Jared Fogle incurs the wrath of South Park after he announces that he lost weight because he has aides misinterpreted as AIDS. The episode also parodies the film Philadelphia. The episode, which satirizes since-disgraced Subway spokesman Jared Fogle , was inspired after Parker saw several commercials featuring Fogle on television. Jared Fogle gives a speech at South Park, touting how easy it is to lose weight by simply eating a diet of Subway sandwiches. Cartman, Kyle, Stan and Butters visit Jared, and are dismayed when Jared reveals that his weight loss is not only the result of eating sandwiches, but also with the help from his aides a personal trainer and a dietician. Kyle convinces Jared that he is being dishonest by never referring to his assistants, and Jared realizes the boys are correct, and plans to give another speech to discuss them. At Jared's next announcement, he raves about his aides. The townspeople misconstrue the statement, thinking that he is infected with AIDS , and become repulsed by him. After being fired by Subway, Jared begins to wish he never hired aides. His assistants convince him that people are upset because they cannot hire their own assistants, inspiring Jared to start the "Aides for Everyone" misinterpreted as "AIDS for Everyone" foundation.
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When Kyle laughs at Cartman's misfortune, Cartman intentionally infects Kyle with his disease as well. While having his tonsils removed , Cartman is accidentally infected with HIV from a blood donor. From this point on throughout the episode, Cartman dresses as Andrew Beckett, played by Tom Hanks in the movie Philadelphia. Upon hearing the news of Cartman's diagnosis, Kyle leaves the room and bursts out laughing because of all the years that Cartman had suggested giving AIDS to Kyle and because Cartman constantly harasses Kyle. A special event is held for Cartman in which Elton John is expected to turn up and sing a song to him, however it is an extremely poor turnout and Elton John does not even come because, as a waitress notes, people nowadays care more about cancer than AIDS. Instead Jimmy Buffett sings to Cartman, who is absolutely furious about all this. He replies that Jimmy Buffett came in his place, sending Kyle into hysterics to the point he had to run home. Stan explains to Cartman that while Kyle truly feels bad for Cartman, he just thinks it is ironic and he deserves to be punished because he is always so horrible — especially to Kyle himself.
If we do get married I may have to foot more of the bills. I also studied his advice for approaching and dating women. At the very least, I might have tried to persuade my husband to pursue a different career, if only a less-demanding area of medicine. If it's true, it'll come out of the criticism looking better.