During the Republican Presidential Debate, the boys orchestrate an elaborate scheme to "Faith Hill" the event. Under siege from security, Cartman rushes on stage and begins to "Faith Hill" -- pulling his shirt out like boobs so the boys can snap a picture.
In light of this dangerous new meme, the school sends in Professor Lamont, a Meme Safety Teacher. He proceeds to show the boys an educational PSA in which students are repeatedly killed by trains while trying to take pictures of themselves "Tebowing".
The boys are totally unfazed by the PSA, and go off to Faith Hill some more. That is, until they see they've made the front page of the paper and learn that Faith Hilling is now all "200 and late".
"Taylor Swifting" is the new meme, where you pull down your pants and wipe your butt along the ground like an old dog. Pissed, the boys vow to put an end to this stupid new meme. They find some kids Taylor Swifting down by the local cafe and photobomb their pictures by Faith Hilling. They then proceed to get in an all-out fistfight, which sends four kids to the hospital.
The next day at school, Professor Lamont is livid. To prove just how dangerous memeing is, he takes out a loaded 38 gun and makes Butters it in his mouth. But his lecture is interrupted by two men who seek his advice.
It seems…there's another SPECIES memeing on the internet -- cats, with bread around there faces. It's called "Cat Breading", and it's proof that cat's are evolving into an intelligent race. Cartman soon finds a picture of Mr. Kitty cat breading online and scolds him for being a bad kitty.
Meanwhile, the casualties of meming continue to rise. Two Colorado kids die while trying out a new meme "Oh Long Johnsoning" -- a meme where you put yourself in a risky situation, while trying to say Oh Long Johnson as many times as you can before getting out of the way. But the most shocking news, however, is that the person who started this meme…isn't a person at all. It's a cat, who is now under arrest and awaiting trial for it's part in the teenagers death.
But trouble is brewing among the boys. First, Kenny passes on "Faith Hilling", convinced it's out of style. The boys convince him to stick with it, but then catch Stan with his pants down (literally) "Oh Long Johnsoning". They call him a traitor, but Kenny soon joins his side too.
The Meme Saftey Teacher questions the Oh Long Johnson cat, but gets nowhere. It might just come down to a war with cats. The meme crazes continue to escalate and evolve, with Faith Hilling turning to Swift Johnsoning and it's rival Reporting.
Cartman and Kyle attempt to Faith Hill in front of the Planned Parenthood, but are berated by passerbys and the abortion doctor. It's hard for them to face it, but they are forced to realize that Faith Hilling is now a thing of the past.
Household cats have evolved into a species as intelligent as humans, will this men war? With the tension between the clearly intelligent species of cats, experts send in the Ambassador of People to talk with the head cat. The conversation doesn't go well -- the Ambassador learns that war between their species is inevitable and that cats will rise.
Meanwhile, the boys try to take their memeing to the next level by Cat Breaded Taylor Swift Reporting.
With the inevitable species war looming, politicians from the Republican party gather to try and reason with the Ambassador of Cats (called Puddy Whistling). The politicians talk relentlessly. In the the corwd however, we find Stan, who is leading the boys in a secretive attempt to meme the debate. Cartman grabs Mr. Kitty, gets on stage, drops his pants…but at the last minute stops. He won't do it. He's better than this.
It's time somebody stood up and did the right thing. He snaps his fingers, then BOOM -- pulls out his shirt like nipples in an epic Faith Hilling, and breaks into song bout Faith Hilling until the day he dies.
A reporter gets up to conclude that while the message is unclear, people will still be happy as long as you give them Pandering.