Devitzen's Tolerance Camp is re-education center for intolerant children featured in the Season Six episode, "The Death Camp of Tolerance". The children at the camp are watched by armed guards, who dress like Nazis, and speak in a stereotypical German accents. The warden dresses like Adolf Hitler and carries a World War II era Webley Revolver, while the Guards carry more modern weapons.
Every scene in the camp is presented in black and white. The children inside are forced to do activities such as finger-painting and creating macaroni pictures, representing tolerance, and other busy work 24/7 until they collapse from exhaustion. The children inside also have to wear Auschwitz prisoner uniforms and go through conditions that cannot be tolerated. When the boys' parents finally learn what Mr. Garrison had been doing, the boys are picked up from the camp emaciated and malnourished, and Mr. Garrison and his S&M partner Mr. Slave (who Mr. Garrison used as part of his plan to get fired so he could sue the school for discrimination) are sent to the camp themselves, deemed intolerant of their own homosexuality. Mr. Garrison fights the idea, while Mr. Slave thinks of the torture as fun.
- The camp is a reference to Steven Spielberg's movie Schindler's List.