The show opens with a new theme song dedicated to the PC babies, who are the highly politically correct quintuplet children of South Park Elementary principal PC Principal and vice-principal Strong Woman. At South Park Elementary, PC Principal announces that Woman will be competing in a strongwoman competition where she is the reigning champion. She encourages the girls of the school to be more active in school sports and activities.
Fourth-graders Eric Cartman, Stan Marsh, Butters Stotch, Clyde Donovan and Scott Malkinson are in a gaming club named Dice Studz playing Dungeons & Dragons. They are interrupted by school counselor Mr. Mackey who brings in Tammy Nelson and Nichole Daniels who wish to join. Although the boys are hesitant to let the girls play, the girls immediately display an advanced knowledge of the game that stuns the boys. Cartman, Butters and Scott complain to Mackey about the girls in their club but they are dismissed. The boys collectively decide to switch their games to tabletop miniature games to make their games too difficult for the girls to play, but the girls come in immediately prepared for the game, and Stan becomes more comfortable with the girls' presence.
Cartman, Butters and Scott plead to the United States Congress to return their club to the way that it was. In response, the girls start up their own gaming club named Board Girls which is hugely popular. The boys are fascinated by their new club, but Mackey kicks them out of the club as a new rule in school no longer allows boys in girls clubs, a direct result of the boys pleas to Congress.
Principal's reputation is damaged from his actions, and Woman consoles him in a park as Principal does not want to face his babies due to his actions. Principal decides to invite Swanson to South Park Elementary as a motivational speaker in an attempt to make up for his actions. As Swanson brags about her ability to beat any woman at any contest, the girls from Board Girls retort that she would be unable to beat any of them in some of their favorite games. Swanson accepts their challenge and is repeatedly defeated by the Board Girls in various games. Swanson leaves in anger as Cartman invites Swanson to make their own club instead. Principal returns home and finds that his children have accepted his actions as they simply do not care.
The plight of Strong Woman is mirrored by Cartman and the gang, who want to play board games badly, in peace, without girls entering their safe space and beating them with their studious, strategic approach. As Cartman becomes increasingly desperate, he turns to the law, making a case for gender exclusion using the plight of his classmate, Scott, who has diabetes, as a tool for pushing his agenda.
PC Principal announces in a school assembly about Strong Woman entering the competition. Strong Woman then gives a speech to motivates the girls to enter school sports and clubs. This inspires Nichole and Tammy to join Dice Studz, the board game club run by Cartman. Since the club was only boys, Cartman tries to get rid of the girl by telling them they are playing Dungeons and Dragons, only for the girls to tell them they already have characters created.
After the girls manage to repeatedly beat the boys at the games by examining the rules, Cartman, Butters, and Scott speak to Mr. Mackey about changing the rules, but he refuses. The boys decide to try some harder, more thematic games after a suggestion from Stan. Unfortunately, thanks to YouTube tutorials, the girls are already more skilled at these games too.
Cartman, Scott, and Butters speak to the Colorado General Assembly to try to stop girls from joining the boys' clubs. After getting Scott to speak about his "terminal diabetes", the rule is passed, and the boys get to play board games on their own. Butters then comes in and shows them the girls' board games club, which is bigger and has better games. Mr. Mackey then tells the boys to get out of the girls' club due to the new rule.
After the news story breaks about PC Principal having a trans problem, PC sits alone, upset. He tells Strong Woman he cannot speak to his kids now and decides to make it right. The two speak to the school about Heather before introducing her. Heather boasts about being better than any other girl, only to be interrupted by Nichole, challenging her to board games against the girls. The girls manage to easily win all the board games, angering Heather, who only likes board games for thematic stuff. She then leaves, along with Cartman, who agrees with her.
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In the end, Heather, who claimed to be unstoppable, is defeated by some of the elementary school girls who formed a board game club after the boys at the school complained and had them removed from their game club.
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