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The following is a list of episode titles and summary to the series South Park, Comedy Central's longest-running animated series (has been on since 1997) about a quartet of foul-mouthed, ten-year-old boys from a pissant, white-bread mountain town in Colorado called South Park.

Seasons 8 to 16 have 14 episodes each, with the first half airing in the Spring, and the second half airing in the fall. Seasons 17 to 23 have 10 episodes each, airing from September to December - with Seasons 18, 19 and 20 each following at least one continuous storyline throughout their 10 episode run. Season 24 consists entirely of specials themed around the COVID-19 Pandemic, and beginning with Season 25 each season has six regular episodes that air on Comedy Central from February to March, releasing on HBO Max simultaneously in the US; followed by two 45-minute specials exclusive to Paramount+ airing later the same year (internationally, all episodes and specials are released on Paramount+).

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    The Spirit of Christmas Shorts (1992, 1995) 
    Season 1:

August 13, 1997 - February 25, 1998 (produced 1997) 

  1. "Cartman Gets an Anal Probe": Alien visitors are coming to town after Cartman tells Stan and Kyle about his dream of being abducted and a string of cow mutilations are being investigated by Officer Barbrady. Originally aired August 13, 1997
  2. "Weight Gain 4000": Everyone is excited when Kathie Lee Gifford comes to town, while Mr. Garrison plans to assassinate her because of a childhood grudge. Meanwhile, Cartman gets (even more) obese from consuming a body-building supplement. First episode to be animated in 3D through Alias PowerAnimator. Originally aired August 27, 1997 note 
  3. "Volcano": The boys go on a hunting trip with Stan’s uncle Jimbo and his friend Ned, who used to fight with him in the Vietnam War. Originally aired August 20, 1997 note 
  4. "Big Gay Al’s Big Gay Boat Ride": Stan gets a new dog named Sparky who turns out to be a homosexual. When Stan tries to man his dog up, Sparky runs away and heads to Big Gay Al’s gay animal sanctuary. Originally aired September 3, 1997
  5. "An Elephant Makes Love to a Pig": The boys go to Dr. Mephisto to help them breed Kyle’s new elephant with a pot-bellied pig, while Stan has to put up with his abusive sister, Shelley, who just got headgear braces at the dentist. Originally aired September 10, 1997
  6. "Death": Sheila (Kyle's mom, though, in this episode, she is referred to as "Carol") leads the town’s parents into a protest against The Terrance & Phillip Show over its gross content. Meanwhile, Stan tries to ask for advice on whether or not it's okay to kill someone who wants to die when his 102-year-old grandfather keeps pestering him to help him commit suicide. Originally aired September 17, 1997
  7. "Pinkeye": In the first Halloween episode, Kenny gets crushed by the MIR space station and comes back to life as a zombie (thanks to a morgue accident involving Worcestershire sauce), causing a Zombie Apocalypse, which the town thinks is a pinkeye epidemic. Meanwhile, Cartman gets in trouble for wearing a Hitler costume to school and Stan breaks up with Wendy after she goes to school dressed as Chewbacca rather than Raggedy Anne. Originally aired October 29, 1997
  8. "Starvin' Marvin": The boys send money to an African charity to get a sports watch, but they instead get an Ethiopian orphan which they name "Starvin' Marvin", while Cartman gets sent to Ethiopia. Meanwhile, mutant turkeys attack South Park and Chef rallies everyone to fight back. Originally aired November 19, 1997
  9. "Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo": In the 1997 Christmas Episode, lonely that he’s the only Jew in town, Kyle starts seeing a talking piece of feces that apparently only he can see, which leads him to get committed to a mental hospital. Meanwhile, Sheila's protesting over the Christmas play not catering to Jews leads to a wave of Political Overcorrectness as anything considered offensive around the holiday season is banned. Originally aired December 17, 1997
  10. "Damien": Satan's son, Damien, enrolls in South Park Elementary to set up a boxing match between Jesus and the Devil. Meanwhile, Cartman prepares for his birthday. Originally aired February 4, 1998 (produced in 1997)
  11. "Tom’s Rhinoplasty": While Mr. Garrison takes time off to get a nose job, a hot, female substitute threatens to break up Wendy and Stan. Originally aired February 11, 1998 (produced in 1997)
  12. "Mecha-Streisand": Cartman unearths a strange artifact and gives to Kyle — which turns out to be a treasure Barbra Streisand needs to become Mecha Streisand. Originally aired February 18, 1998 (produced in 1997)
  13. "Cartman’s Mom is a Dirty Slut": Cartman wonders who his father is, which becomes very difficult as his mother has slept with practically every man in town. Meanwhile, Stan, Kyle, and Kenny tape Cartman's tea party playing and submit it to America's Stupidest Home Videos. Originally aired February 25, 1998 (produced in 1997)

    Season 2:

April 1, 1998 - January 20, 1999 (produced 1998) 

  1. "Terrance and Phillip in Not Without My Anus": In this April Fools' Day episode that pre-empted the conclusion to the "Cartman's Mom is a Dirty Slut" two-parter," Terrance and Phillip travel to Iran to rescue Terrance's daughter, Sally, who is being held prisoner by Iranian cops. Originally aired April 1, 1998
  2. "Cartman's Mom is Still a Dirty Slut": Just as Mephesto is about to reveal the identity of Eric Cartman's father, the genetic engineer is shot by a mysterious gunman and goes on the run. Cartman attempts to resume his quest to find his real father before it is never revealed. Originally aired April 22, 1998
  3. "Chickenlover": A series of heinous crimes involving chickens being raped leads to a startling revelation — Officer Barbrady is illiterate. With Barbrady quitting the police force so he can go back to school to learn how to read, Cartman takes over as the town's police force. Originally aired May 27, 1998 note 
  4. "Ike's Wee Wee": Mr. Mackey, the school counselor, is fired after a marijuana joint goes missing during a class lecture on the dangers of illegal drugs. Meanwhile, Kyle tries to save his brother from being circumcised — and finds out that Ike is adopted from Canada. Originally aired May 20, 1998 note 
  5. "Conjoined Fetus Lady": With Pip as their star player, the South Park dodge ball team is off to the championships. Back in town, the local citizens declare a "Conjoined Twin Myslexia Awareness Week" in a misguided attempt to help the school nurse deal with a strange medical disorder. Originally aired June 3, 1998
  6. "The Mexican Staring Frog of Southern Sri Lanka": The boys get back at Jimbo and Ned for telling a false story about being in the Vietnam War. Meanwhile, a producer tries to re-invent Jesus and Pals to save it from low ratings. Originally aired June 10, 1998
  7. "City on the Edge of Forever": In this clip show episode, Ms. Crabtree becomes a famous stand-up comedian while the South Park kids reminisce on all their adventures while stuck on a bus on the edge of a cliff. Originally aired June 17, 1998
  8. "Summer Sucks": The town bans fireworks after a North Park kid gets injured and must come up with an alternative for their Fourth of July celebration. Meanwhile, Mr. Garrison loses Mr. Hat to Brett Favre and Cartman struggles with swimming lessons in a pool full of urinating first graders. Originally aired June 24, 1998
  9. "Chef's Salty Chocolate Balls": A film festival from Los Angeles comes to South Park and corrupts it with their lack of culture. Meanwhile, Kyle tries to save Mr. Hankey from dying and Chef tries to cash in on the festival by selling his suggestively named treats, "Chocolate Salty Balls." Originally aired August 19, 1998
  10. "Chickenpox": The boys' mothers force their children to hang out with Kenny so they can get chickenpox. Meanwhile, Kyle's mom tries to patch up the long-broken relationship between her husband and Kenny's dad. Originally aired August 26, 1998
  11. "Roger Ebert Should Lay Off the Fatty Foods": The town is brainwashed by the curator of a planetarium. Meanwhile, Cartman auditions for a new Cheesy Poofs commercial. Originally aired September 2, 1998
  12. "Clubhouses": The boys create a clubhouse so they can get girls to play "Truth or Dare". Meanwhile, Stan's parents divorce. Originally aired September 23, 1998
  13. "Cow Days": An interracial couple wins a vacation to South Park on a game show. Meanwhile, Kyle uses Cartman for a bullriding contest and the South Park cows worship a statue. Originally aired September 30, 1998
  14. "Chef Aid": When Chef is sued for pointing out that Alanis Morissette's new song is actually a song he wrote years ago, the boys hire Chef's famous musician friends to raise money. Meanwhile, Mr. Garrison suspects Mr. Hat of several attempts on Mr. Twig's life. Originally aired October 7, 1998
  15. "Spookyfish": Beings from a parallel universe come to South Park, such as a nice version of Eric Cartman and a killer goldfish. Originally aired October 28, 1998
  16. "Merry Christmas, Charlie Manson!": Stan runs away to visit Cartman's relatives in Nebraska. Meanwhile, Cartman's uncle and Charles Manson break out of prison, where they kidnap the kids and Manson learns the true meaning of Christmas. Originally aired December 9, 1998
  17. "Gnomes": The boys are forced to write a current events paper to save Mr. Garrison's job. Stan, Kyle, Cartman, and Kenny are grouped together with Tweek, a jittery child, who suggests that the presentation be on the "Underpants Gnomes", tiny men who sneak into his house and steal his underwear. Meanwhile, a local cafe, run by Tweek's parents, is being threatened by a big-time corporate coffee shop. Originally aired December 16, 1998
  18. "Prehistoric Ice Man": Stan and Kyle discover a man who has been trapped in the ice since 1996, but break up when they decide on different names for him. Meanwhile, the "ice man" tries to reconnect with his wife and kids. Originally aired January 20, 1999 (produced in 1998)

    Season 3:

April 7, 1999 - January 12, 2000 (produced 1999) 

  1. "Rainforest Schmainforest": Jennifer Aniston guest stars as Miss Stevens, a choir teacher who must contend with new members, Stan, Kyle, Cartman, and Kenny (who are put in the club as punishment for disrupting class) during a trip to Costa Rica. Originally aired April 7, 1999
  2. "Spontaneous Combustion": Randy must solve the problem when citizens start spontaneously combusting. Meanwhile, Cartman plays Jesus in a "Stations of the Cross" play and ends up stuck on the cross, and Kyle tries to find a "nerection" for his dad. Originally aired April 14, 1999
  3. "Succubus": When Chef gets engaged to a strange woman, the boys are convinced that Chef's fiancee is a demon bent on sucking the life out of men. Meanwhile, Cartman is being bullied by his eye doctor. Originally aired April 21, 1999
  4. "Jakovasaurus": The town saves a species from extinction, but finds that they are an extremely annoying race that only Cartman can stand. Originally aired June 16, 1999
  5. "Tweek vs. Craig": The boys push two boys to fight each other. Meanwhile, Kenny gets put in Home Ec. to keep from dying in Shop class, and Mr. Adler (the shop teacher) copes with the loss of his wife, who drowned in a plane crash. Originally aired June 23, 1999
  6. "Sexual Harassment Panda": A man in a panda costume is hired to teach the kids about sexual harassment, leading Cartman to sue Stan (and all the kids to sue the school) over claims of being harassed, and end up bankrupting the school. Originally aired July 7, 1999
  7. "Cat Orgy": In part one of this trilogy episode, Cartman's mom goes to a meteor shower party, and leaves her son with Stan's violent sister, Shelley. Meanwhile, Cartman's cat, Mr. Kitty, is in heat and goes searching for sex with other cats. Originally aired July 14, 1999
  8. "Two Guys Naked in a Hot Tub": Part two of three. At the meteor shower party mentioned in the previous episode, Stan is stuck in a basement with a group of nerdy kids from school who become important to him when the ATF stakes out the party, thinking that the attendees will commit suicide when the meteor comes. Meanwhile, Randy feels uncomfortable after he and Gerald watch each other masturbate in a hot tub. Originally aired July 21, 1999
  9. "Jewbilee": Conclusion. On the night of the aforementioned meteor shower, Kyle, Kenny, and Ike go to a Jewish scout camp where Moses appears. Originally aired July 28, 1999
  10. "Korn's Groovy Pirate Ghost Mystery": Nu metal band Korn guest stars in this episode where they are blamed for making Halloween immoral and the boys use Kyle's grandmother's corpse to scare the fifth graders. Originally aired October 27, 1999
  11. "Chinpokomon": The boys become fascinated with the latest fad from Japan, which turns out to be an insidious plot to have American children brainwashed into overthrowing the U.S. government. Originally aired November 3, 1999
  12. "Hooked on Monkey Fonics": A homeschooled boy decides to go to public school after winning the town spelling bee, much to his overprotective parent's fear. Meanwhile, Kyle falls for the boy's sister. Originally aired November 10, 1999
  13. "Starvin Marvin in Space": The boys must save Starvin' Marvin from the government and a Christian group who cares more about converting people from third-world countries than giving them food, medical care, and shelter. Originally aired November 17, 1999
  14. "The Red Badge of Gayness": During a Civil War reenactment, Cartman (as General Lee) leads the Confederate army to attack the Union soldiers across America. Originally aired November 24, 1999
  15. "Mr. Hankey's Christmas Classics": Mr. Hankey hosts a Christmas Musical Episode, featuring South Park characters singing twisted renditions of classic Christmas songs and a memorial piece to deceased voice actress Mary Kay Bergman. Originally aired December 1, 1999
  16. "Are You There God? It's Me, Jesus": Cartman and Kenny mistake a colon infection for their menstrual cycles, prompting Kyle to lie about "getting his period" and Stan to ingest hormone pills so he will not feel left out. Meanwhile, Jesus plans a New Years' party and is worried God will not be there. Originally aired December 29, 1999
  17. "World Wide Recorder Concert": The boys travel to Arkansas to perform at a recorder concert. Meanwhile, Mr. Garrison confronts his father about not being sexually molested as a child. Originally aired January 12, 2000 (produced in 1999)

    The Movie:

June 30, 1999 

  • South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut: The children of South Park are badly influenced by the film Terrance & Phillip: Asses of Fire and Sheila leads the parents into a crusade against Canada, which leads to a full-scale global war. Meanwhile, Kenny dies imitating a stunt from the movie and winds up in Hell, where he discovers Satan and his boyfriend Saddam Hussein plan to invade Earth. Notable for being a Disney Animated Canon-inspired Animated Musical. Originally released on June 30, 1999 to critical and commercial success, including an Academy Award nomination.

    Season 4:

April 5, 2000 - December 20, 2000 

  1. "The Tooth Fairy's Tats 2000": The boys plan to get rich off a scheme involving the tooth fairy, which attracts the attention of an unusual crime boss. Meanwhile, Kyle ponders his existence after his parents tell him the truth about the tooth fairy. Originally aired April 5, 2000
  2. "Cartman's Silly Hate Crime 2000": After hitting Tolkien in the head with a rock, Cartman gets arrested after FBI agents claim that he committed a hate crime, since the victim was African-American. Originally aired April 12, 2000
  3. "Timmy 2000": All the kids in South Park are mistakenly diagnosed with attention deficit disorder after the new, mentally handicapped student Timmy is misdiagnosed himself. Meanwhile, Timmy joins Skyler's rock band, and Phil Collins plots to separate them. Originally aired April 19, 2000
  4. "Quintuplets 2000": Stan's family take in a grandmother and her quintuplet granddaughters from Romania who are on the run from the American and Romanian government. Meanwhile, Kenny practices opera singing and he eventually becomes famous in Eastern Europe. Originally aired April 26, 2000
  5. "Cartman Joins NAMBLA": Cartman's search for mature friends lands him as the poster child for NAMBLA (the North American Man Boy Love Association, which, shockingly, is a Real Life organization). Meanwhile, Kenny's parents plan to have another baby, and Kenny does what he can to sabotage it. Originally aired June 21, 2000
  6. "Cherokee Hair Tampons": Kyle comes down with diabetes-related kidney failure, and the only way to save him is with a kidney transplant, but Kyle's mom (and everyone else in town) opts for holistic medicine from a shop run by a woman named Miss Information and her "Native American" assistants (voiced by stoner comedian duo Cheech & Chong). Meanwhile, Mr. Garrison becomes a romance novelist after getting fired for incompetence and getting arrested for soliciting sex from a minor. Originally aired June 28, 2000
  7. "Chef Goes Nanners": Chef protests against the racist imagery on the South Park flag, though the kids don't see what's wrong with it. Meanwhile, Wendy freaks out when she begins to have a crush on Cartman. Originally aired July 5, 2000
  8. "Something You Can Do With Your Finger": Cartman ropes in Stan, Kyle, a cross-dressed Wendy, and Kenny into creating Finger Bang, a boy band in the quest to get $10 million, but Randy forbids Stan to join. Originally aired July 12, 2000
  9. "Do The Handicapped Go to Hell?": Part one of two. The boys question whether the handicapped (Timmy) or Jews (Ike and Kyle) go to Heaven, while Saddam Hussein returns to Hell, leading to an awkward reunion with Satan. Originally aired July 19, 2000
  10. "Probably": Conclusion. Cartman and the boys start their own church against the wishes of their parents. Meanwhile, Satan must choose between two of his lovers. Originally aired July 26, 2000
  11. "4th Grade": The boys enter fourth grade, and build a time machine to go back to the third grade. Meanwhile, the fourth grade teacher Ms. Choksondik (notorious for her sagging breasts and lazy eye) seeks help in controlling the students from Mr. Garrison, who is now a hermit who won't come to terms with his homosexuality. Originally aired November 8, 2000
  12. "Trapper Keeper": A man from the future wants Cartman's new Trapper Keeper. Meanwhile, Mr. Garrison's kindergarten class holds an election for class president with confusing results in the voting. Originally aired November 15, 2000
  13. "Helen Keller: The Musical": Timmy attempts to find a live turkey for the Thanksgiving play. Originally aired November 22, 2000
  14. "Pip": Malcolm McDowell narrates a South Park-style retelling of the Charles Dickens' classic, Great Expectations, starring British exchange student, Pip Pirrup. Originally aired November 29, 2000.
  15. "Fat Camp": Cartman is sent to a weight loss camp. Meanwhile, Kenny becomes famous for doing disgusting and shocking things for money, a la Tom Green and Johnny Knoxville. Originally aired December 6, 2000
  16. "The Wacky Molestation Adventure": After Kyle is barred from going to a Raging Pussies concert, Cartman tells him that he can easily get rid of his parents by calling the cops on them, claiming that his parents sexually molested him and his brother. When word spreads of this new way to rid the town of adults, the kids are left to fend for themselves, leading to chaos that only an out-of-town couple on their way to a job interview can stop. Originally aired December 13, 2000
  17. "A Very Crappy Christmas": Kyle is upset when Mr. Hankey is too busy with his family to spread holiday cheer, so he and the other boys create a Christmas cartoon based on Parker and Stone's "The Spirit of Christmas." Last episode to be animated in PowerAnimator. Originally aired December 20, 2000

    Season 5:

June 20, 2001 - December 12, 2001 

  1. "It Hits the Fan": The boundaries of appropriate language on TV gets mowed down in this episode, where the town freely begins using the word "shit" (and Mr. Garrison freely uses the word "fag" when he realizes he can say it now that he's an open homosexual) which causes people to die from the plague, and a band of strange knights appear to stop people from saying "shit." First episode to be animated in Autodesk Maya. Originally aired June 20, 2001
  2. "Cripple Fight": Timmy tries to get rid of a new crippled kid named Jimmy, while Big Gay Al is fired from being a Boy Scout troop leader out of fear that he'll sexually molest the boys. Originally aired June 27, 2001
  3. "Super Best Friends": A cult that worships David Blaine comes to South Park, but soon has brainwashed the boys, except for Stan, leading him to get the "Super Best Friends" (a group of religious figures who team up to save the world) into saving the world and into trying to destroy Blaine.note  Originally aired July 4, 2001
  4. "Scott Tenorman Must Die": A Wham Episode where Cartman gets revenge on an older boy named Scott Tenorman after he sells Cartman his pubic hair and keeps tricking him out of his allowance. Originally aired July 11, 2001
  5. "Terrance and Phillip: Behind the Blow": The boys try to reunite Terrance and Phillip, who are feuding against each other and have broken up (Terrance is still doing his act while Phillip has moved on to Shakespearean acting), so they can perform at an Earth Day assembly. Originally aired July 18, 2001
  6. "Cartmanland": Cartman inherits $1,000,000 from his dead grandmother and buys out North Park Funland as his own personal playground. Meanwhile, Kyle develops a terrible hemorrhoid and begins to lose his faith in God. Originally aired July 25, 2001
  7. "Proper Condom Use": The school is forced to teach sex education to the students at a younger age after the boys are found beating off dogs, leading to a gender war because of incompetent teaching methods. Originally aired August 1, 2001
  8. "Towelie": In order to get their video game console back, the boys must bring an animated, drug smoking towel to the government from the feud between paramilitaries and extraterrestrials. Originally aired August 8, 2001
  9. "Osama bin Laden Has Farty Pants": The boys go to Afghanistan to return a goat given as a gift, where Stan and Kyle fight with Afghan kids over America's reputation and Cartman fights Osama bin Laden in the style of 1940s World War Two propaganda cartoons during the aftermath of the attacks and the Afghanistan-American war. This episode is the first to air after the September 11, 2001 attacks. Originally aired November 7, 2001
  10. "How to Eat With Your Butt": Cartman "blows a funny fuse" when his prank of putting Kenny's butt on a milk carton prompts a family with butts for faces to come to South Park in search of their long lost son. Meanwhile, Butters gets grounded for his supposedly bad school photo. Originally aired November 14, 2001
  11. "The Entity": Kyle's cousin, a stereotypical nebbishy Jewish boy also named Kyle, comes to stay with him. Meanwhile, Mr. Garrison invents a new means of transportation to combat against airline budget cuts, ridiculous safety measures, and security incompetence following the 09/11/2001 attacks. Originally aired November 21, 2001
  12. "Here Comes the Neighborhood": Rich, black families move into the predominantly white South Park, prompting the locals to be prejudiced against them for being wealthy. Originally aired November 28, 2001
  13. "Kenny Dies": Kenny's Running Gag gets Played for Drama as he's put in the hospital for a muscular disorder that may kill him. Meanwhile, Cartman uses stem cells to clone his favorite restaurant. Kenny would later come back to life in the 6th season finale Red Sleigh Down. Originally aired December 5, 2001
  14. "Butters' Very Own Episode": A Day in the Limelight episode centered on Butters Stotch, a cheery, little boy whose mom tries to kill him after Butters discovers that his father goes to gay bathhouses. Originally aired December 12, 2001

    Season 6:

March 6, 2002 - December 11, 2002 

  1. "Jared Has Aides": Weight loss advocate and Subway spokesman Jared Fogle incurs the wrath of the town after he announces that he lost weight because he has aides (misinterpreted as AIDS). Meanwhile, the boys use Butters as their spokesman for a local Chinese restaurant. Originally aired March 6, 2002
  2. "Asspen": Stan is dragged into a skiing competition with a plot straight out of a teen rom-com from the 1980s, while their parents are imprisoned at a timeshare seminar, and forced at gunpoint to buy some. Originally aired March 13, 2002
  3. "Freak Strike": The boys disguise Butters as a victim of a birth defect so they can win a prize on The Maury Povich Show, but when the freaks go on strike and the show's topic goes from "People with Birth Defects" to "Help Control My Wild Teenage Daughter," Cartman poses as a wild teen girl. Originally aired March 20, 2002
  4. "Fun With Veal": The boys try to save baby cows after a trip to a slaughterhouse opens their eyes on what veal really is. Originally aired March 27, 2002
  5. "The New Terrance and Phillip Movie Trailer": The boys have to sit through a boring TV show starring Russell Crowe to see a trailer for the new Terrance and Phillip movie, but risk missing it when Shelley sends the boys out to buy tampons and the boys try to find another TV to watch the trailer. Originally aired April 3, 2002
  6. "Professor Chaos": The boys try to find a replacement for Butters, who becomes a supervillain after being kicked out of the group. Originally aired April 10, 2002
  7. "Simpsons Already Did It": Picking up where "Professor Chaos" left off, Butters goes insane after realizing all of his plots to destroy the world have been done before on FOX's long-running animated sitcom, The Simpsons. Meanwhile, Cartman creates a miniature society of sea people in his aquarium (which, coincidentally, was the plot of a "Treehouse of Horror" story from The Simpsons). Originally aired June 26, 2002
  8. "Red Hot Catholic Love": Due to the wave of claims that children have been sexually molested by religious figures (Catholic priests, especially), Priest Maxi (the local priest from the only church the town has) tries to bring about reform, the South Park parents convert to atheism, and Cartman wins a bet with Kyle that he can defecate from his mouth, which becomes the new way of eating. Originally aired July 3, 2002
  9. "Free Hat": The boys form a club to try to stop Steven Spielberg and George Lucas from releasing edited versions of their classic films, offering a free hat to those who join, but the townspeople mistake it as a call to free a child murderer named Hat McCullough from prison. Originally aired July 10, 2002
  10. "Bebe's Boobs Destroy Society": The boys in class start acting weird when Bebe begins to develop breasts, while Wendy Testaburger gets implants so the boys will notice her. Originally aired July 17, 2002
  11. "Child Abduction Is Not Funny": The parents hire Tuong Lu Kim to build a wall around the city to protect the children from kidnappers, but end up letting their kids go after learning that parents are more likely to abduct their own children than total strangers. Originally aired July 24, 2002
  12. "A Ladder to Heaven": The boys build a ladder to heaven to retrieve a coupon needed for a candy store shopping spree, which leads to reports that Saddam Hussein has weapons of mass destruction in Heaven. Meanwhile, Cartman mistakes Kenny's ashes for chocolate milk mix and becomes possessed by his spirit. Originally aired November 6, 2002
  13. "The Return of the Fellowship of the Ring to the Two Towers": A parody of the Lord of the Rings film trilogy, in which the boys return a video that they believe has evil powers, when, in actuality, it's a porno. Originally aired November 13, 2002
  14. "The Death Camp of Tolerance": Mr. Garrison tries to get fired for discrimination by performing inappropriate acts in class with his new teaching assistant Mr. Slave so he can file a lawsuit against the school, but the school administration instead sends the students to a "tolerance camp" to learn how to deal with people of different walks of life. Originally aired November 20, 2002
  15. "The Biggest Douche in the Universe"note : Chef’s parents try to exorcise Kenny’s spirit from Cartman. Meanwhile, Stan calls out Crossing Over host and alleged spiritual medium John Edward for providing false hope to people whose loved ones have died. Originally aired November 27, 2002
  16. "My Future Self 'n Me": Stan meets a man who claims to be him from the future after a life of abusing drugs and alcohol. Meanwhile, Cartman starts a "revenge business". Originally aired December 4, 2002
  17. "Red Sleigh Down": In the Christmas Special for 2002, Cartman tries to bring Christmas to the downtrodden in Iraq to get on Santa’s "nice" list. Kenny returns in this episode after being dead for a year. Parody of the film Black Hawk Down. Originally aired December 11, 2002

    Season 7:

March 19, 2003 - December 17, 2003 

  1. "Cancelled" (or "Cartman Gets an Anal Probe Redux"): After experiencing deja vu, the boys discover that life on Earth is really an alien reality TV show on the verge of being cancelled. Originally aired March 19, 2003
  2. "Krazy Kripples": Timmy and Jimmy start a club for cripples, which draws attention from the Crips and the gang wants the two crippled children to join if they kill The Bloods. Meanwhile, Christopher Reeve comes to town to promote stem cell research for the handicapped. Originally aired March 26, 2003
  3. "Toilet Paper": The boys cover their teacher's house in toilet paper after getting detention for molding a penis out of clay, but Kyle starts feeling guilty about it and Officer Barbrady summons help from a Hannibal Lecter-esque boy named Josh Meyers (not to be confused with Seth Meyers' real-life brother and former cast member of MADtv (1995) and That '70s Show). Originally aired April 2, 2003
  4. "I'm a Little Bit Country": In the 100th episode (though "Cancelled" is actually the 100th in production code order and was originally planned to be it), the boys get caught in the middle of a bloody battle between pro-Iraq War and anti-Iraq War advocates, while Cartman travels back in time to the Colonial era for a history report by killing himself. Originally aired April 9, 2003
  5. "Fat Butt and Pancake Head": Cartman create a hand-puppet version of Jennifer Lopez for a Latino appreciation school presentation, which becomes a major celebrity, causes Ben Affleck to fall for the hand puppet, and incurs the wrath of the real J-Lo. Originally aired April 16, 2003
  6. "Lil' Crime Stoppers": The boys' game of "Police Detectives" turns real when Sergeant Yates hires them to bust a drug deal. Originally aired April 23, 2003
  7. "Red Man's Greed": Native Americans take over South Park and plan to tear it down to build a super-highway to their new casino. Originally aired April 30, 2003
  8. "South Park is Gay!": The men and boys of town become metrosexual, while Kyle, Mr. Slave, and Mr. Garrison try to stop the wave of metrosexuality when Kyle is treated like an outcast, and Mr. Garrison believes the metrosexual fad is cheapening the pride of real homosexuals who don't follow the camp stereotype. Originally aired October 22, 2003
  9. "Christian Rock Hard": Cartman, Tolkien, and Butters form a Christian music band while Stan, Kyle, and Kenny get busted for illegally downloading music and join other bands in protesting over people downloading their music for free. Originally aired October 29, 2003
  10. "Grey Dawn": The elderly have their driver's licenses taken away, against which the AARP retaliates. Originally aired November 5, 2003
  11. "Casa Bonita": When Kyle refuses to invite Cartman to his birthday party and invites Butters instead, Cartman tricks Butters into thinking the world is coming to an end and leaves him at the city dump. Originally aired November 12, 2003
  12. "All About Mormons": Stan befriends a Mormon boy and his family. Originally aired November 19, 2003
  13. "Butt Out": The boys get in trouble for smoking cigarettes after being forced to go to an anti-smoking assembly, but the ensuing outrage has Kyle trying to stay out of it as the scenario of the town being outraged over something minor has all been done before. Originally aired December 3, 2003
  14. "Raisins": Stan becomes a Goth after Wendy Testaburger breaks up with him. Meanwhile, Butters falls for Lexus, a waitress at a Hooters-esque restaurant called "Raisins," who only flirts with him as part of her job. Originally aired December 10, 2003
  15. "It's Christmas in Canada": In this Wizard of Oz parody, Kyle and the boys fly to Canada during Christmas time to see the Canadian Prime Minister after Ike's biological parents take him back to Canada. Originally aired December 17, 2003

    Season 8:

March 17, 2004 - December 15, 2004 

  1. "Good Times With Weapons": The boys buy Japanese weapons at a fair and imagine themselves as action anime characters, but when Kenny hits Butters (as Professor Chaos) with a throwing star, they must rush to get Butters medical attention without getting caught. Originally aired March 17, 2004
  2. "Up the Down Steroid": Jimmy uses steroids to cheat in the Special Olympics and Cartman disguises himself as a child with a developmental disability in order to enter. Originally aired March 24, 2004
  3. "The Passion of the Jew": Kyle finally sees Mel Gibson's The Passion of the Christ and realizes Cartman's anti-Semitic claims may be true. Stan and Kenny also see the movie and hate it for using violence to guilt people into becoming Christians, prompting them to head to Malibu to retrieve their ticket money from Mel Gibson himself. Originally aired March 31, 2004
  4. "You Got F'd in the A" (often retitled "You Got Served" or "You Got..." for censorship reasons): In this parody of street-dancing movies, Stan recruits a Raisins girl, a Goth, and a Dance Dance Revolution master to compete against a group of breakdancers from Orange County. Butters is discovered to be a good dancer, but he has flashbacks of causing death and mayhem at a tap dancing contest. Originally aired April 7, 2004
  5. "AWESOM-O": Butters befriends a robot (actually Cartman in disguise) he receives in the mail and takes him to Hollywood, where movie execs want him for film ideas, and the government wants him for national security. Originally aired April 14, 2004
  6. "The Jeffersons": A new neighbor who bears a striking resemblance to Michael Jackson moves into town with his sheltered son, sparking fears that he is an unfit parent, and the police scheme to frame him for sexual crimes he didn't commit. Originally aired April 21, 2004
  7. "Goobacks": A race of Ambiguously Brown, androgynous people from the year 3045 travel back to South Park to take the townspeople's jobs. Originally aired April 28, 2004
  8. "Douche and Turd": Stan is forced to vote in an election for the school's new mascot after the old one is protested against by PETA. Originally aired October 27, 2004
  9. "Something Wall-Mart This Way Comes": When a new superstore comes to South Park, the townsfolk are torn between their love of the store's low, low prices, and their anti-corporate hatred of the retail giant which has turned the center of South Park into an abandoned ghost town. Originally aired November 3, 2004
  10. "Pre-School": Trent Boyett, a notorious bully from their preschool years, is being released from juvenile hall after a five year sentence after being framed for burning the preschool teacher and turning her into a vegetable. Originally aired November 10, 2004
  11. "Quest for Ratings": The boys' school news show is in competition against a rival television program created by Craig. Originally aired November 17, 2004
  12. "Stupid Spoiled Whore Video Playset": Wendy feels left out when all the fourth grade girls start emulating the slutty antics of Paris Hilton, who tries to buy Butters from his parents. Originally aired December 1, 2004
  13. "Cartman's Incredible Gift": Cartman thinks that he has gained paranormal powers after getting in an accident, and abuses them to become a psychic detective for hire. Originally aired December 8, 2004
  14. "Woodland Critter Christmas": In the series' final Christmas episode for 10 seasons, Stan helps seemingly innocent woodland creatures prepare for the birth of their Lord and Savior... Satan, the Prince of Darkness. Originally aired December 15, 2004

    Season 9:

March 9, 2005 - December 7, 2005 

  1. "Mr. Garrison's Fancy New Vagina": Mr. Garrison gets a sex change operation, but when he realizes that a sex change doesn't give Mr. Garrison the ability to have periods and children, he tracks down the doctor to change him back. Meanwhile, Kyle goes to a plastic surgeon to turn himself black so he can be a star basketball player. Originally aired March 9, 2005
  2. "Die, Hippie, Die": Cartman's worst nightmare comes true - South Park is overrun by hippies, and he is the only person who can save the town. Originally aired March 16, 2005
  3. "Wing": Tolkien becomes a singer while the boys try to run a talent agency and represent the City Wok owner's wife. Originally aired March 23, 2005
  4. "Best Friends Forever": In this Emmy Award-winning episode, Kenny is left in a persistent vegetative state, beginning a war between Cartman, who wants him to die so he can inherit his Sony PSP, Heaven, who needs his spirit to fight a war against Hell, and those who feel he should be kept alive. Originally aired March 30, 2005
  5. "The Losing Edge": The boys try to lose their baseball games on purpose so they can avoid having to play all summer, while Randy fights back against another rowdy sports dad. Originally aired April 6, 2005
  6. "The Death of Eric Cartman": After Cartman eats the skin off all the pieces of KFC chicken bought for dinner, Stan, Kyle, Kenny, and the rest of the kids decide to ignore Cartman, prompting Cartman to think he died. Originally aired April 13, 2005
  7. "Erection Day": Jimmy starts getting erections and worries about performing in the school talent show, so he sets out to get rid of his erections by having sex with a woman. Originally aired April 20, 2005
  8. "Two Days Before The Day After Tomorrow": Cartman and Stan crash a boat into the world's largest beaver dam above the town of Beaverton, causing a state of emergency and people blaming global warming for the flood. Originally aired October 19, 2005
  9. "Marjorine": Butters fakes his own death so he can pose as a girl named Marjorine and steal a paper fortune-teller. Originally aired October 26, 2005
  10. "Follow That Egg": After learning Mr. Slave will marry Big Gay Al, Mrs. Garrison vows to stop same-sex marriage and uses the kids in her class as an example of why homosexual couples would make poor parents. Originally aired November 2, 2005
  11. "Ginger Kids": Stan and Kyle turn Cartman redheaded and pale after Cartman does a report on how dangerous redheaded children are, but the prank goes too far when Cartman leads the "gingers" to fight for their rights by any means necessary. Originally aired November 9, 2005
  12. "Trapped in the Closet": In this controversial episode (more so than usual due to the backlash), Stan is dubbed the reincarnation of L. Ron Hubbard by a local group of Scientologists, causing a chain of bizarre events, such as Tom Cruise and John Travolta locking themselves in Stan's closet and R&B singer R. Kelly turning the whole affair into an urban opera. Originally aired November 16, 2005
  13. "Free Willzyx": Two aquarium workers trick the boys into thinking that a killer whale can talk, prompting the boys to liberate the animal and send him into space. Originally aired November 30, 2005
  14. "Bloody Mary": Randy's drinking problem is mistaken for a disease when he admits himself into Alcoholics Anonymous following an arrest for drunk driving. Meanwhile, a priest in a neighboring town discovers that his Virgin Mary statue is bleeding from its anus and declares it a miracle. Originally aired December 7, 2005

    Season 10:

March 22, 2006 - November 15, 2006 

  1. "The Return of Chef": The boys suspect that their best friend, Chef, has been brainwashed after a long, unexplained vacation. Originally aired March 22, 2006
  2. "Smug Alert": Stan persuades everyone in town to buy hybrid cars, not realizing the new cars cause a different kind of dangerous emission. Originally aired March 29, 2006
  3. "Cartoon Wars, Part One": The town is in panic when the FOX animated sitcom Family Guy angers the Muslim world by attempting to air an image of Mohammed. Meanwhile, Kyle and Cartman fight over whether or not Family Guy should stay on the air, as Kyle likes it, but Cartman hates how interchangeable and "random" the jokes are. Originally aired April 5, 2006
  4. "Cartoon Wars, Part Two": Cartman meets with the president of FOX to cancel Family Guy and discovers the secret behind its success. Meanwhile, the people of South Park bury their heads in sand pits to avoid watching the latest controversial episode of Family Guy. Originally aired April 12, 2006
  5. "A Million Little Fibers": In a parody of James Frey's A Million Little Pieces controversy, Towelie disguises himself as a man and publishes his dubiously written memoirs. Meanwhile, Oprah's vagina and anus try to escape from the media mogul, who has been neglecting them. Originally aired April 19, 2006
  6. "ManBearPig": Al Gore gets the boys trapped in Cave of the Winds while trying to kill the purported "Manbearpig". Originally aired April 26, 2006
  7. "Tsst": Cartman's mom calls upon a dog trainer (Cesar Millan) to keep her son from misbehaving after several TV nannies go insane from Cartman's manipulative ways. Originally aired May 3, 2006
  8. "Make Love, Not Warcraft": In this Emmy-winning episode, the boys dedicate their lives to defeating a mad gamer and saving the World of Warcraft. Originally aired October 4, 2006
  9. "The Mystery of the Urinal Deuce": Stan and Kyle "discover" the true culprits behind the September 11th attacks while Mr. Mackey is determined to find out who defecated in the boys' room urinal at South Park Elementary. Originally aired Originally aired October 11, 2006
  10. "Miss Teacher Bangs a Boy": Cartman is appointed the school's hall monitor, and becomes an elementary school version of Dog, the Bounty Hunter. Meanwhile, an attractive kindergarten teacher has an affair with Kyle's brother Ike, but when Kyle finds out, nobody helps him, as they don't care if a hot, female teacher (instead of an unattractive female teacher or even a male teacher) has an affair with a student. Originally aired October 18, 2006
  11. "Hell on Earth 2006": Satan throws a Halloween party, which turns into an episode of MTV's My Super Sweet 16. Meanwhile, the boys summon rapper Biggie Smalls through a Bloody Mary-type mirror ritual. Originally aired October 25, 2006
  12. "Go God Go": Mrs. Garrison objects to teaching evolution in science class, and Richard Dawkins is sent to help her. Meanwhile, Cartman buries himself in snow in an attempt to freeze himself until the day the Wii console is released. Originally aired November 1, 2006
  13. "Go God Go XII": Cartman, frozen in the snow for over 500 years, awakens in the future, only to be caught up in a war between atheists. Originally aired November 8, 2006
  14. "Stanley's Cup": A cartoonish movie announcer harasses Stan, who, in order to pay off the ticket to his impounded bicycle, has to coach a The Mighty Ducks- style pee-wee ice hockey team to victory. Originally aired November 15, 2006

    Season 11:

March 7, 2007 - November 14, 2007 

  1. "With Apologies to Jesse Jackson": Stan's dad gets in trouble for saying the N word on an episode of Wheel of Fortune. Meanwhile, Cartman angers a dwarf who comes to give a talk about tolerance at the school. Originally aired March 7, 2007
  2. "Cartman Sucks": Butters is sent to a religious camp for sexually confused children after his father catches him in a compromising position with Cartman. Meanwhile, Cartman accuses Kyle of stealing his risque photo of himself and Butters and decides to humiliate himself before Kyle can do it. Originally aired March 14, 2007
  3. "Lice Capades": An infestation of head lice plagues South Park Elementary, and Cartman finds a way to detect who has lice so they can make fun of the unfortunate kid. Meanwhile, the lice in Clyde's head try to escape when most of their kind are killed by lice shampoo. Originally aired March 21, 2007
  4. "The Snuke": Hillary Clinton is in town for a big campaign rally, and discovers that her vagina has been rigged with a bomb. Meanwhile, Cartman suspects a new Muslim kid at school might be responsible for the bomb planted. Originally aired March 28, 2007
  5. "Fantastic Easter Special": Determined to get the real story behind why eggs are decorated for Easter, Stan falls in with an eccentric society that guards a legendary secret. Originally aired April 4, 2007
  6. "D-Yikes": Mrs. Garrison falls for a woman at a lesbian bar and fights Persians to keep the bar from being renovated. Meanwhile, Stan, Kyle, Cartman, and Kenny hire illegal Mexican immigrants to do their homework for them. Originally aired April 11, 2007
  7. "Night of the Living Homeless": Masses of homeless people invade South Park. Originally aired April 18, 2007
  8. "Le Petit Tourette": Cartman pretends to have Tourette syndrome so he can say whatever he wants without being punished (even though not all Tourette Syndrome sufferers blurt out profane language), but faking the condition begins to wear on his mental filter. Originally aired October 3, 2007
  9. "More Crap": Randy becomes South Park's hometown hero when the guys down at the local bar see the size of his most recent crap.note  Originally aired October 10, 2007
  10. "Imaginationland": In the first of an Emmy-winning trilogy of episodes, terrorists attack Imaginationland, in an attempt to take over people's imagination. Meanwhile, Cartman makes a bet with Kyle that if leprechauns are real, Kyle will suck Cartman's balls. Cartman wins, and Kyle is stuck in a dilemma. Originally aired October 17, 2007
  11. "Imaginationland, Episode II": Stan and Kyle are being held in the Pentagon until they tell the government how they got into Imaginationland. Meanwhile, Cartman goes to great lengths to get Kyle to suck his balls after the leprechaun bet. Originally aired October 24, 2007
  12. "Imaginationland, Episode III": Inside Imaginationland, Stan and Butters engage in the battle of their lives as they fight the army of evil imaginary forces alongside what's left of the good imaginary people led by Aslan. Kyle tries to save Stan and Butters from Imaginationland, and Cartman once again goes to great lengths to get Kyle to suck his balls. Originally aired October 31, 2007
  13. "Guitar Queer-O": Stan and Kyle are both hooked on Guitar Hero, which drives a wedge in their friendship. Originally aired November 7, 2007
  14. "The List": The girls in the fourth grade class make a secret list that rates every boy's looks from cutest to ugliest. The fourth grade boys discover this and steal the list. They are, however, unprepared to deal with the results. Originally aired November 14, 2007

    Season 12:

March 12, 2008 - November 19, 2008 

  1. "Tonsil Trouble": Cartman contracts HIV thanks to a botched tonsillectomy, but when he finds out that people no longer care about AIDS, he looks for a cure. March 12, 2008
  2. "Britney's New Look": The boys try to get a photo of pop-singing trainwreck Britney Spears to cash in on the news reporting her latest social faux pas, but when Britney survives a suicide attempt that leaves her with most of her head missing, the boys soon discover the real reason why everyone wants Britney Spears to screw up and try to save her from further exploitation. Originally aired March 19, 2008
  3. "Major Boobage": In this homage to the 1981 film Heavy Metal, the boys worry when Kenny becomes addicted to sniffing cat urine to get high. Meanwhile, Cartman takes in all of South Park's cats after a ban is called on all of them and Kyle's dad relapses into being addicted to sniffing cat urine. Originally aired March, 26, 2008
  4. "Canada On Strike": The head of the World Canadian Bureau (nicknamed the "WGA") leads the country into a strike over new media residuals. Meanwhile, the South Park boys try to turn Butters into the latest viral video star, in order to make money for Canada. Originally aired April 2, 2008
  5. "Eek, A Penis!": While Mrs. Garrison goes on sabbatical to reverse her sex change and become Mr. Garrison, Cartman becomes a strict teacher whose unorthodox methods are needed in an inner city school. Originally aired April 9, 2008
  6. "Over Logging": In this homage to John Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath, the Marsh family heads west after the Internet connection goes down nationwide. Originally aired April 16, 2008
  7. "Super Fun Time": While the kids are on an educational field trip to a living museum, Cartman forces Butters to sneak away from the class to go to the amusement center, located next door. While they are away, the living museum's cast and the rest of the class are taken hostage by criminals. Originally aired April 23, 2008
  8. "The China Probrem": Cartman and Butters invade a P.F. Chang's after Cartman thinks China will overtake America after watching the 2008 Olympics opening ceremony. Meanwhile, Stan, Kyle, and Kenny are traumatized (in a manner befitting someone who has been raped or sexually molested) after seeing Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. Originally aired October 8, 2008
  9. "Breast Cancer Show Ever": Wendy is fed up with Cartman's jokes when he makes fun of her report on breast cancer, and challenges him to a fight. Originally aired October 15, 2008
  10. "Pandemic": The boys ask for Craig's financial support to form a pan flute band of their own, while the government tries to decide how to handle the "pandemic" of Peruvian pan-flute music. Originally aired October 22, 2008
  11. "Pandemic 2: The Startling": The boys are lost in the Andes Mountains where they discover the startling secret behind the attack of the giant guinea pigs. Meanwhile, Randy bravely documents the destruction while trying to save his family. Originally aired October 29, 2008
  12. "About Last Night": Following the 2008 US presidential election, Barack Obama catches everyone off guard when he arrives at the White House prematurely. Meanwhile, the Barack Obama supporters of South Park celebrate Obama's victory while the John McCain supporters fear the end of the world and take shelter. Originally aired November 5, 2008
  13. "Elementary School Musical": The boys realize they are the only kids at school who are not hit by the new High School Musical fad, making everyone in school break out in song. Originally aired November 12, 2008
  14. "The Ungroundable": A vampire fad is spreading at South Park Elementary, thanks to the popularity of the Twilight books and movies. Butters believes that the students interested in this culture are actual vampires and becomes tempted to join them. Meanwhile, the Goth kids are finding their style is becoming mistaken with the new fad and set out to stop it. November 19, 2008

    Season 13:

March 11, 2009 - November 18, 2009 

  1. "The Ring": Kenny begins dating a fifth grade girl named Tammy, who allegedly gave a boy a blowjob in the back of a T.G.I.Fridays, but all dreams of getting head from Tammy are shattered when she goes to a Jonas Brothers concert and forces Kenny to wear a purity ring. Originally aired March 11, 2009
  2. "The Coon": Cartman poses as a superhero vigilante, "The Coon", who grows increasingly jealous of the popularity and success of a rival superhero, "Mysterion". Originally aired March 18, 2009
  3. "Margaritaville": In this Emmy-winning episode, as the global recession hits South Park, Randy poses as a prophet and preaches that people should limit their spending to only "bare essentials" to propitiate the economy's anger. Kyle disagrees and tries to convince the people that if they want the economy to be strong, they must have faith in it. Meanwhile Stan, trying to return his father's expensive and unnecessary drink mixer, learns about the incompetence of the federal government. Originally aired March 25, 2009
  4. "Eat, Pray, Queef": The boys are angered when their favorite television show, Terrance and Phillip, is preempted by a new program, The Queef Sisters, which is very similar but relies on queef jokes instead of fart jokes. Originally aired April 1, 2009
  5. "Fishsticks": Jimmy comes up with a joke that becomes a national sensation, and Cartman takes all of the credit. Originally aired April 8, 2009
  6. "Pinewood Derby": Randy steals a superconducting magnet and slips it into the back of Stan's pinewood derby car to ensure his son will win the annual state derby. Originally aired April 15, 2009
  7. "Fatbeard": Mistaking the recent upsurge of piracy in Somalia for a return of the classic era of swashbuckling pirates, Cartman convinces his classmates to run away to Somalia for a responsibility-free life in a warm tropical paradise. Originally aired April 22, 2009
  8. "Dead Celebrities": Ike is haunted by the spirits of celebrities who had died between 2008 and 2009, one of which possesses Ike. Originally aired October 7, 2009
  9. "Butters' Bottom Bitch" (or "Butters' Bottom..." on cable guides): Butters' first kiss turns into a prostitution ring, with Butters as a pimp who actually treats his prostitutes right. Meanwhile, Sergeant Yates goes undercover as a female prostitute named "Yolanda" to arrest solicitors, but the role soon goes to his head and he ends up marrying his pimp. Originally aired October 14, 2009
  10. "W.T.F": After seeing a live WWE Raw event, the boys at South Park Elementary join the school's wrestling team, but quit when they realize it is very different from professional wrestling and create their own wrestling show with all the storylines and shocking fights of a WWE Raw event. Originally aired October 21, 2009
  11. "Whale Whores" (retitled "Whales" on cable guides): Stan takes on the cause of saving dolphins and whales from Japanese whalers. Originally aired October 28, 2009
  12. "The F Word": Cartman confronts a group of obnoxious Harley-Davidson motorcyclists who are disrupting everyone in South Park, describing them as insecure losers who ride loud motorcycles to draw attention to themselves and referring to them as "faggots," which catches the ire of the homosexual community, who think it's a burn against them. Originally aired November 4, 2009
  13. "Dances With Smurfs": Cartman is chosen to read the South Park Elementary morning announcements, which he uses as a platform to criticize Wendy Testaburger and her role as class president. Originally aired November 11, 2009
  14. "Pee": A day at the water park turns into a disaster, as Cartman believes that the rise in minorities is part of The End of the World as We Know It as predicted by the Mayan long-count calendar (which ends on the 13th Baktun, which is roughly around the year 2012), and the imbalance in the water-to-urine ratio in the park's pools causes yellow tsunamis to flood the park. Originally aired November 18, 2009

    Season 14:

March 17, 2010 - November 17, 2010 

  1. "Sexual Healing": Thanks to Tiger Woods' adultery scandal (which has made his golfing video games worth playing), the Center for Disease Control has branded sex addiction as a real disease, and when Kenny dies of autoerotic asphxyiation, Kyle and Butters are forced to go to therapy, along with male celebrities who had sex scandals of their own (such as former U.S. President Bill Clinton, actor Charlie Sheen, late-night talk show host David Letterman, actor Michael Douglas, basketball players Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant, former New York governor Elliot Spitzer, Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, actor David Duchovny, actor/musician Billy Bob Thornton, and Tiger Woods himself). Originally aired March 17, 2010
  2. "The Tale of Scrotie McBoogerballs": Mad that the novel The Catcher in the Rye isn't worthy of being called a "banned book," the boys pen their own vulgar tale, and make Butters the author to keep from getting blamed for it...only to have it make Butters a star author. Originally aired March 24, 2010
  3. "Medicinal Fried Chicken": New state laws prohibiting fast food restaurants in low-income neighborhoods result in the closure of all KFC eateries in Colorado, much to the dismay of Cartman, who is addicted to the food and joins a fried chicken cartel to get his fix. Meanwhile, Randy gives himself testicular cancer to get a doctor's referral after finding out that the shut-down KFC restaurants have been turned into medicinal marijuana dispensaries. Originally aired March 31, 2010
  4. "You Have 0 Friends": Kyle makes friends with the wrong kid on Facebook and is in danger of losing all his friends. Meanwhile, Stan is pressured into being friends with everyone in South Park to his frustration, but deleting his Facebook account won't be that easy. Originally aired April 7, 2010
  5. "200": In the 200th episode, Tom Cruise and 199 other celebrities file a class action lawsuit on the town for ridiculing them over the years. Originally aired April 14, 2010
  6. "201": Things get tense as the Ginger Kids and Tom Cruise want immunity to ridicule from the Muslim prophet Muhammad (who, for religious reasons, is barred from being visually depicted), while everyone wants to know who really is Cartman's father. Originally aired April 21, 2010
  7. "Crippled Summer": The boys hold an intervention for Towelie while Timmy and Jimmy attend a summer camp for cripples in a parody of the Looney Tunes cartoons. Originally aired April 28, 2010
  8. "Poor and Stupid": Cartman makes his dreams of being a NASCAR racer come true, by becoming poor and stupid. Originally aired October 6, 2010
  9. "It's a Jersey Thing": The loud, stereotypically Italian, guido/Jersey Shore-style way of New Jersey life begins to spread to Colorado, and Kyle learns a disturbing truth about his origins. Originally aired October 13, 2010
  10. "Insheeption": Stan journeys into Mr. Mackey's mind to find the reasons behind their hoarding problems. Originally aired October 20, 2010
  11. "Coon 2: Hindsight": The Coon, Mysterion and other new kid heroes try to save people, but are upstaged by a new hero on the block, Captain Hindsight. Originally aired October 27, 2010
  12. "Mysterion Rises": Mysterion and the others try to save drillers at the Gulf from the dark lord Cthulu, while the Coon is out for revenge on Mysterion for kicking him out of the group. Originally aired November 3, 2010
  13. "Coon vs. Coon and Friends": Mysterion and the rest of the team try to stop the Coon from wreaking havoc throughout the land with Cthulhu by his side. November 10, 2010
  14. "Creme Fraiche": Randy becomes obsessed with the Food Network and starts his own cooking show, while Sharon exercises with a Shake Weight. Originally aired November 17, 2010

    Season 15:

April 27, 2011 - November 16, 2011 

  1. "HumancentiPad": Kyle agrees to his iTunes Terms and Conditions without reading it and ends up being part of Apple's newest experiment. Meanwhile when his mom won't give him a new iPad, Cartman humiliates her with false public slander. April 27, 2011
  2. "Funnybot": When Jimmy says that Germany is the least funniest country at the school's comedy awards, the country retaliates by creating a robot comedian that becomes a major celebrity and puts all the other comedians out of the job. Originally aired May 4, 2011
  3. "Royal Pudding": The fiancee of the Prince of Canada is kidnapped and it's Ike to the rescue. Meanwhile, Kyle has to replace Ike in the kindergarten school play about dental hygiene. Originally aired May 11, 2011
  4. "T.M.I.": After Cartman protests against (what he thinks is) the school publicizing the male students' penis sizes, he is sent to anger management classes. Originally aired May 18, 2011
  5. "Crack Baby Athletic Association": Kyle tries to help crack babies in need and finds that Cartman, Clyde and Craig have started a basketball league for them. He has a battle over his conscience when Cartman asks him to join the management. Originally aired May 25, 2011
  6. "City Sushi": Butters is misdiagnosed with multiple personality disorder, while Mr. Kim takes on a sushi restaurant that opens next door to City Wok. Originally aired June 1, 2011
  7. "You're Getting Old": When Stan turns ten years old, he starts getting cynical and (literally) starts seeing everything as "shit", which alienates him from his friends. Originally aired June 8, 2011
  8. "Ass Burgers": Picking up where "You're Getting Old" left off, Stan tries to find out what's wrong with him, and meets a group of social outcasts who believe their self-diagnosed Asperger's Syndrome gives them strange powers. Originally aired October 5, 2011
  9. "The Last of the Meheecans": What starts as an innocent game escalates into Cartman joining the border patrol to stop Mexicans from crossing the border. Originally aired October 12, 2011
  10. "Bass to Mouth": A gossip site is revealing all the secrets about the school's students, while the school board tries to reason with Cartman about his actions driving students to suicide. Originally aired October 19, 2011
  11. "Broadway Bro Down": Randy becomes a big fan of Broadway when he discovers some sexual subtext and decides to write his own play, while Shelley makes a new friend. Originally aired October 26, 2011
  12. "1%": Cartman is blamed for causing the school to lose a nation fitness test and he becomes paranoid when it appears the students are out for vengeance. Originally aired November 2, 2011
  13. "A History Channel Thanksgiving": After watching a History Channel special, the boys believe that aliens were at the first Thanksgiving dinner. Originally aired November 9, 2011
  14. "The Poor Kid": When Kenny's parents are arrested, the McCormick kids are put in the care of fundamentalist agnostic foster parents. Cartman is upset because with Kenny gone, he's the poorest kid in school. Originally aired November 16, 2011

    Season 16:

March 14, 2012 - November 7, 2012 

  1. "Reverse Cowgirl": After Clyde's mom dies on the toilet because he left the seat up, the Toilet Safety Administration (TSA) is called upon to monitor everyone on the toilet. Meanwhile, Stan convinces Clyde to sue the long-dead inventor of the toilet. Originally aired March 14, 2012
  2. "Cash for Gold": Stan discovers a horrible secret about home-shopping networks that cater to the elderly and stupid, while Cartman starts his own cash-for-gold scam. Originally aired March 21, 2012
  3. "Faith Hilling": The boys take part in performing Internet memes, but after a disastrous stunt at the Republican National Convention, Stan and Kenny want to bail out. Originally aired March 28, 2012
  4. "Jewpacabra": The town's big Easter egg hunt is in jeopardy when rumors of a dangerous beast lurking in the woods start circulating, but Kyle doesn't believe it. Originally aired April 4, 2012
  5. "Butterballs": Stan creates an anti-bullying video, while Butters is bullied by an unlikely tormentor: his grandmother. Originally aired April 11, 2012
  6. "I Should Have Never Gone Ziplining": The boys go to the Colorado Mountains to go ziplining, and find themselves fighting for survival when they discover that ziplining causes literal death from boredom. Originally aired April 18, 2012
  7. "Cartman Finds Love": Cartman sets up Tolkien with a new black girl because they are two of the same race, but when she says she likes Kyle, Cartman plays matchmaker to make her and Tolkien into (what he thinks is) a perfect couple. Originally aired April 25, 2012
  8. "Sarcastaball": Randy's sarcastic comments about making football Lighter and Softer mutates into America's newest pastime, where he becomes the coach of South Park's team. Originally aired September 26, 2012
  9. "Raising the Bar": In this Emmy-winning episode, when fat people begin celebrating their morbidly obese lifestyles (including Cartman) and the show Here Comes Honey Boo Boo becomes popular, James Cameron goes on a quest to raise the bar of human decency. Originally aired October 3, 2012
  10. "Insecurity": While Gerald and Sheila engage in role-playing sex, Ike walks in on them and thinks his mother is cheating on his father with a UPS delivery man, causing widespread panic among the town's men. Meanwhile, Cartman gets a security system. Originally aired October 10, 2012
  11. "Going Native": After Butters becomes extremely aggressive, his parents send him to his birthplace of Hawaii to undergo a rite of passage while Kenny tags along. Originally aired October 17, 2012
  12. "A Nightmare on Face Time": Randy buys an old Blockbuster store in hopes of reviving the video rental industry. While Randy goes insane from the lack of customers, Stan uses his iPad to go trick-or-treating with his friends. Originally aired October 24, 2012
  13. "A Scause for Applause": The Lance Armstrong doping scandal is parodied in the form of everyone losing their faith in Jesus after Jesus is suspected to have used human-growth hormones while performing His miracles. Originally aired October 31, 2012
  14. "Obama Wins!": Cartman has stolen votes from the 2012 Presidential Election for a sinister purpose and Kyle tries to get the secret out. Originally aired November 7, 2012

    Season 17:

September 25, 2013 - December 11, 2013 

  1. "Let Go, Let Gov": Cartman is sick of the NSA spying on him and infiltrates the headquarters, where he doesn't like what he sees on his own profile. Meanwhile, Butters turns to the government as a god and spreads the good word after using the DMV as a house of worship. Originally aired September 25, 2013
  2. "Informative Murder Porn": To keep the parents from potentially murdering each other, the children of South Park block Investigative Discovery from their cable boxes and the adults play Minecraft as a substitute. Originally aired October 2, 2013
  3. "World War Zimmerman": In this loose parody of World War Z, Cartman brands Tolkien a threat to all humanity after learning that George Zimmerman was found not guilty of the shooting death of Treyvon Martin. Originally aired October 9, 2013
  4. "Goth Kids 3: Dawn of the Posers": When Henrietta is sent to a camp for trouble children and comes back an emo, the other Goth kids feel threatened and ask their rivals the Vamp kids for help. Originally aired October 23, 2013
  5. "Taming Strange": Kyle is worried about Ike when he hits puberty — and things get worse when Ike violates Foofa from Yo Gabba Gabba! and prompts her to rethink the way she entertains audiences. Meanwhile, Mr. Mackey installs a computer program in the school designed to streamline the way kids can get lunch and make appointments with the school nurse and the counselor, but, like the Obamacare website, the program is fraught with technical problems that nearly destroy the school. Originally aired October 30, 2013
  6. "Ginger Cow": Cartman's latest prank (painting a cow to look ginger) prompts Muslims, Jews, and Christians to come together in peace and harmony, as a red heifer is considered a sign of the end of days in Islam, Judaism, and Christianity. Originally aired November 6, 2013
  7. "Black Friday": The biggest shopping day of the year (the Friday after Thanksgiving) in America gets a satirical spanking from Trey Parker and Matt Stone in this episode in which the boys prepare to battle the crowds so they can be the first to get a new gaming system while Randy takes a job as mall security. Originally aired November 13, 2013
  8. "A Song of Ass and Fire": Carrying on from the events of "Black Friday", Randy assumes leadership of mall security while the two Console Wars camps prepare for an epic battle to being first in the door. Originally aired November 20, 2013
  9. "Titties and Dragons": The epic conclusion to the "Black Friday" trilogy, in which the boys finally do battle at the mall, but not before the impatient shoppers do the same. Originally aired December 4, 2013
  10. "The Hobbit": Wendy's latest soapbox issue about young girls and body image pressure causes her to get in trouble with everyone at school, while Clyde winds up with a new girlfriend and Kim Kardashian and Kanye West return again to get mocked. Originally aired December 11, 2013

    Season 18:

September 24, 2014 - December 10, 2014 

  1. "Go Fund Yourself": Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder takes offense when the boys start a Kickstarter company with that name now that it’s no longer under copyright (and has come under fire for being racist). Originally aired September 24, 2014
  2. "Gluten Free Ebola": Mr. Mackey is on a gluten-free diet, and gets on everyone’s nerves over how great it is. Originally aired October 1, 2014
  3. "The Cissy": Gender identity in the Internet age gets satirized in this episode where Cartman declares that he identifies as a female so he can use the girls' bathroom, but things go wrong when Wendy dresses as a boy so she can get Cartman's private bathroom. Meanwhile, Randy reveals a bizarre secret to Stan. Originally aired October 8, 2014
  4. "Handicar": Timmy starts his own car rental service for the disabled, but the business nets him a lot of enemies (namely Nathan and Mimsy from "Crippled Summer"). Originally aired October 15, 2014
  5. "The Magic Bush": Butters' dad has a drone, and Butters and Cartman decide to fly it around town, which causes a panic over privacy invasion. Originally aired October 29, 2014
  6. "Freemium Isn't Free": The new Terrance and Phillip mobile game causes Stan to get addicted to apps and Terrance and Phillip to worry about the money they're earning from it. Originally aired November 5, 2014
  7. "Grounded Vindaloop": Cartman tricks Butters into thinking he's trapped in an Oculus Rift simulation, but then things get weird. Originally aired November 12, 2014
  8. "Cock Magic": Through Kenny's prowess in Magic: The Gathering, the boys find themselves going through an underground ring at City Wok. Originally aired November 19, 2014
  9. "#REHASH": In this Take That! against trending topics and "Let's Play" series (and the sequel episode to "The Cissy," "Freemium Isn't Free," and "Taming Strange"), Kyle worries that Ike doesn't want to play with him anymore while Randy's manager forces Randy to go up as Lorde again to pay off the debts that Stan had created from freemium payments. During these events, Cartman, inspired by the success of YouTube celebrity PewDiePie, starts a new career as CartmanBrah. PewDiePie guest stars in this episode as himself. Originally aired December 3, 2014
  10. "#HappyHolograms": Continuing from the previous episode, Kyle creates a hashtag to get modern people (who care more about trending and Let's Play) to use the living room again, capturing the interest of TV producers who want to use it for a holiday spectacular. Unfortunately, it turns out to be a ruse for the publicity of CartmanBrah and Randy's manager. Once again PewDiePie makes a guest appearance. Originally aired December 10, 2014

    Season 19:

September 16, 2015 - December 9, 2015 

  1. "Stunning and Brave": PC Principal takes over South Park Elementary, and calls out Kyle for not thinking Caitlyn Jenner is brave. Originally aired September 16, 2015
  2. "Where My Country Gone?": Mr. Garrison is completely fed up with the increase in illegal immigrants from Canada, and decides to do something about it. Originally aired September 23, 2015
  3. "The City Part of Town": South Park is gentrifying. Unfortunately, the only area that qualifies is the part of town where Kenny and his family live. Originally aired September 30, 2015
  4. "You're Not Yelping": Yelp reviewers get out of control when their demands prove too much to handle. Originally aired October 14, 2015
  5. "Safe Space": Cartman, among others, want Butters to filter out Internet comments to avoid fat-shaming. Meanwhile, Randy is tired of the charity-shaming at Whole Foods. Originally aired October 21, 2015
  6. "Tweek x Craig": After some students create yaoi art featuring Tweek and Craig, everybody in town thinks they're a gay couple. Originally aired October 28, 2015
  7. "Naughty Ninjas": Officer Barbrady is kicked off the force for accidentally shooting a student, and due to the police being unable to remove the homeless from SoDoSoPa out of fear of brutality against minorities, the kids dress up as ninjas, but are mistaken for ISIS. Originally aired November 11, 2015
  8. "Sponsored Content": Jimmy's integrity as editor of the school newspaper conflicts with PC Principal's ideology. Originally aired November 18, 2015
  9. "Truth and Advertising": In which we learn more of the men who've taken Jimmy and Leslie, and Randy Marsh discovers the big downside to shopping at Whole Foods. Originally aired December 2, 2015
  10. "PC Principal Final Justice": The citizens of South Park feel safer when armed. Meanwhile, Kyle’s distrust of Stan has broken their friendship and thrown Kyle into a dangerous alliance. Originally aired December 9, 2015

    Season 20:

September 14, 2016 - December 7, 2016 

  1. "Member Berries": The national anthem gets a reboot, Cartman tries to ease tensions at South Park Elementary, and Mr. Garrison tries to lose the presidential election. Originally aired September 14, 2016
  2. "Skank Hunt": An online troll threatens to have global implications as Cartman professes his innocence. Originally aired September 21, 2016
  3. "The Damned": Eric Cartman has mysteriously disappeared from Twitter and the police are investigating it. Originally aired September 28, 2016
  4. "Wieners Out": Kyle tries to bring the boys and girls together, but Butters takes a different, more confrontational approach. Meanwhile, Gerald is getting paranoid about being outed for his trolling. Originally aired Originally aired October 12, 2016
  5. "Douche and a Danish": Mr. Garrison torpedoes his own presidential campaign. Gerald and the other trolls strike a blow on Denmark and Cartman and Heidi try to resolve the gender war. Originally aired October 19, 2016
  6. "Fort Collins": Trolltrace is about to become available, and its consequences become a reality to Cartman and a town called Fort Collins. Originally aired October 26, 2016
  7. "Oh, Jeez": PC Principal tries one more time to make peace between the boys and the girls. Meanwhile, Gerald comes face-to-face with the Troll Hunter. Originally aired November 9, 2016
  8. "Members Only": Gerald tries anything to escape the Troll Hunter’s revenge. Meanwhile, Cartman and Heidi make their way to SpaceX to try to get on the first rocket leaving for Mars. Originally aired November 16, 2016
  9. "Not Funny": Cartman is certain that Heidi can solve the problem of getting them to Mars because she's really funny. Meanwhile, Gerald tries to save himself by reasoning with the Troll Hunter while Mr. Garrison explores his new found military power. Originally aired November 30, 2016
  10. "The End of Serialization As We Know It": As TROLLTRACE goes live, Sheila logs on to see Gerald’s on-line activity. At SpaceX, Cartman tries to convince the scientists that going to Mars is a bad idea. And defying their mom, Kyle and Ike get all the kids together to try to save the world from certain destruction. Originally aired December 7, 2016

    Season 21:

September 13, 2017 - December 6, 2017 

  1. "White People Renovating Houses": Everyone in South Park has been using automated and intelligent personal assistant products like Alexa, which angers many of the town's rednecks who believe the increase in automation is taking their jobs. Originally aired September 13, 2017
  2. "Put It Down": Tweek's anxiety worsens with looming threats of North Korea attacking, specifically him. Meanwhile Cartman threatens to commit suicide so Heidi will take him back and tries to abuse this tactic on others, but everyone cares more about distracted drivers. Originally aired September 20, 2017
  3. "Holiday Special": Randy launches a one man campaign to have Columbus Day cancelled because of the controversy surrounding the figure and goes to extreme lengths to do it. Meanwhile, the boys don't want to lose their day off from school and try to figure out how to stop him. Originally aired September 27, 2017
  4. "Franchise Prequel": Professor Chaos has found the perfect tool to spread lies and misinformation about Coon and friends. In trying to save their reputation, the boys come face to face with Mark Zuckerberg. Originally aired October 11, 2017
  5. "Hummels & Heroin": Beloved entertainers are being cut down in their prime due to massive overdoses of opiates. Stan is about to be exposed as the source of the illegal drugs. Originally aired October 18, 2017
  6. "Sons a Witches": This year at the traditional Halloween get together, a witch casts a spell that terrorizes the town and ruins Halloween for the boys. Cartman sees a way to use the witch’s power to his advantage. Originally aired October 25, 2017
  7. "Doubling Down": When Cartman and Heidi's relationship becomes too much for Kyle to deal with, he decides to take direct action. Meanwhile, President Garrison deals with declining popularity. November 8, 2017
  8. "Moss Piglets": Timmy and Jimmy's science fair project becomes a hit, but Nathan and Mimsy want a piece of that pie, with unexpected consequences. Meanwhile, Heidi begins to act very differently than usual, in an extremely familiar way. Originally aired November 15, 2017
  9. "Super Hard PCness": PC Principal has trouble with music playing from his ears while Kyle decides to take after his mother and protest Terrance and Phillip. Originally aired November 29, 2017
  10. "Splatty Tomato": President Garrison is haunting the countryside surrounding the town, so the boys decide to emulate It and track him down. Originally aired December 6, 2017

    Season 22:

September 26, 2018 - December 12, 2018 

  1. "Dead Kids": A school shooting in South Park Elementary causes Sharon to get emotional and Randy is trying to get her help. Meanwhile, Cartman unexpectedly fails his math tests. Originally aired September 26, 2018
  2. "A Boy and a Priest": A very special relationship between Butters and a priest is formed and the town calls in the Catholic Church to track down the missing pair. Originally aired October 3, 2018
  3. "The Problem with a Poo": Mr. Hankey’s offensive behavior puts him in jeopardy of being fired as the Director of the Annual Christmas Pageant. Meanwhile, at South Park Elementary, Strong Woman and PC Principal face a whole new set of challenges in their relationship. Originally aired October 10, 2018
  4. "Tegridy Farms": Randy decides he should move the family to the country and take up farming. Meanwhile, the boys confront Butters, who's been selling vape pens and all kinds of fruity-flavored vape accessories at school. Originally aired October 17, 2018
  5. "The Scoots": The kids plan to use the latest revolution in mobility to get more candy on Halloween than they have ever gotten before. Meanwhile, the adults are hoarding emergency supplies and hoping to survive until morning. Originally aired October 31, 2018
  6. "Time To Get Cereal": When dead citizens start popping up all over town, the boys realize they need Al Gore’s help. The boys are willing to do almost anything to save the town, and themselves, but it may be just too late. Originally aired November 7, 2018
  7. "Nobody Got Cereal?": The boys break out of jail and are on the run from the police and ManBearPig. Meanwhile, Satan steps up to help the boys and the rest of the citizens of South Park. Originally aired November 14, 2018
  8. "Buddha Box": Eric Cartman has been diagnosed with anxiety and he can’t deal with people any longer as they get in the way of what’s most important in his life. Originally aired November 28, 2018
  9. "Unfulfilled": The citizens of South Park are enjoying all the perks of being a company town when the Amazon Fulfillment Center moves in. Everything is just swell until the contradictions inherent in capitalism threaten to bring down the entire system down. Originally aired December 5, 2018
  10. "Bike Parade": Despite the chaos at the Amazon Fulfillment Center, the Bike Parade is still on. The boys’ chance of winning is in jeopardy when Kenny resists commercialism in solidarity with the striking workers. Originally aired December 12, 2018

    Season 23:

September 25, 2019 - December 11, 2019 

  1. "Mexican Joker": Tegridy Farms, Randy battles home-grown weed and comes to terms with the fact that he might be a towel. Meanwhile, Kyle goes to camp. Originally aired September 25, 2019
  2. "Band in China": Randy lands himself in big trouble on a visit to China. Meanwhile, Stan starts a band to work out his frustration over having to move away from South Park. Originally aired October 2, 2019
  3. "Shots!!!": In the 300th episode, Randy revels in a Tegridy Farms milestone. Meanwhile, Cartman stands his ground and refuses to get a shot. Originally aired October 9, 2019
  4. "Let Them Eat Goo": Cartman has a heart attack. The citizens of South Park are moving toward a completely plant-based diet. Cartman is pretty sure the new food in the cafeteria gave him a heart attack. Originally aired October 16, 2019
  5. "Tegridy Farms Halloween Special": It’s Halloween and Randy is dealing with his daughter’s marijuana problem. Butters gets an unexpected surprise when he visits the Egyptian Artifact exhibit at the Denver Museum. Originally aired October 30, 2019
  6. "Season Finale": The Mayor has evidence that Randy blew up his neighbor’s yards in protest over homegrown weed and then blamed it on a Mexican Joker. Now the citizens of South Park have had enough of Randy and Tegridy Farms and they just want to lock him up. Originally aired November 6, 2019
  7. "Board Girls": The Annual Strong Woman Competition pushes everyone to their limits. An even stronger woman causes big problems for PC Principal. Cartman, Stan, and the rest of the boys meet their match when some of the girls join their board gamers club. Originally aired November 13, 2019
  8. "Turd Burglars": Kyle’s mom looks so good after her fecal transplant that everyone wants to get their hands on her goods. Cartman and the boys jump into the quest for the best microbiome. Originally aired November 27, 2019
  9. "Basic Cable": Scott Malkinson’s future with the new girl in his class depends on him getting the latest and greatest streaming platform. Scott’s dad works for the local cable company and refuses to move beyond basic cable. Originally aired December 4, 2019
  10. "Christmas Snow": It’s a bleak Christmas Season in South Park this year and it’s all Santa’s fault. He is single handedly stealing the joy from the holiday. The town just wants their Christmas Spirit back but that will take a Christmas miracle. Originally aired December 11, 2019

    Season 24:

September 30, 2020 - December 16, 2021 

  1. "The Pandemic Special": The COVID-19 Pandemic rolls into South Park, and Randy decides to host a "Pandemic Special" for Tegridy Farms. This episode also serves as a 1 hour special. Originally aired September 30, 2020
  2. "South ParQ Vaccination Special": South Park tries to get their hands on the COVID-19 vaccine, but a “militant new group” has other plans. Originally aired March 10, 2021 (the first South Park production to be aired in March since Season 16's "Faith Hilling" in 2012)
  3. South Park: Post Covid: In the first South Park film in over two decades and the beginning of a line of 14 specials on Paramount+, we get a glimpse of South Park 40 years into the future, as the world continues to deal with the fallout of the pandemic. Released on November 25, 2021
  4. South Park: Post Covid: The Return of Covid: The sequel to Post Covid and the second Paramount+ special. The future Stan and Kyle attempt to finish unfinished research on time travel and prevent the pandemic in order to change the future for the better. Released on December 16, 2021

    Season 25:

February 2, 2022 - July 13, 2022 (produced 2021 - 2022) 

  1. "Pajama Day": PC Principal bans the 4th grade class from Pajama Day. Originally aired February 2, 2022 (produced in 2021)
  2. "The Big Fix": Randy invites Steve Black to his weed-farming business. Meanwhile, Stan learns a new truth about one of his classmates. Originally aired February 9, 2022 (produced in 2021)
  3. "City People": Cartman forms his own real estate business after his mom becomes a real estate agent. Originally aired February 16, 2022 (produced in 2021)
  4. "Back to the Cold War": Mr. Mackey becomes nostalgic of the '80s amidst the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Meanwhile, the stakes are high when Butters competes in the all-important dressage championship. Originally aired March 2, 2022
  5. "Help! My Teenager Hates Me!": After a game of airsoft, the Boys spend time with teenagers only to deal with teen angst. Originally aired March 9, 2022
  6. "Credigree Weed St. Patrick's Day Special": Randy's attempts at selling his St. Patrick's Day Special goes south when Steve Black finds success in selling his holiday special. Meanwhile, Butters is deemed a sexual predator after pinching a classmate. Originally aired March 16, 2022
  7. South Park: The Streaming Wars: The third Paramount+ special. The war for the best streaming service begins as Cartman's relationship with his mother reaches its breaking point. Released on June 1, 2022
  8. South Park: The Streaming Wars Part 2: The fourth Paramount+ special and the sequel to The Streaming Wars. A drought causes South Park to face disaster as Randy comes to terms with who he's become. Released on July 13, 2022

    Season 26:

February 8, 2023 - 

  1. "Cupid Ye": After noticing Stan become jealous of Kyle and Tolkien's new friendship, Cartman decides to do something about it. Originally aired February 8, 2023
  2. "The Worldwide Privacy Tour": Desiring privacy, the Prince of Canada and his wife move to South Park. Originally aired February 15, 2023
  3. "Japanese Toilets": Randy seeks to replace his toilet with a new, fancier one. Originally aired March 1, 2023
  4. "Deep Learning": Stan finds himself in a tricky situation when a ChatGPT cheating scandal breaks out at the school. Originally aired March 8, 2023
  5. "DikinBaus Hot Dogs": Inspired by Butters getting a job at the ice cream shop, Cartman and Kenny turn Cartman's hot dog house into a restaurant. Originally aired March 22, 2023
  6. "Spring Break": Mr. Garrison snaps back into old habits. Originally aired March 29, 2023
  7. South Park: Joining the Panderverse: The fifth Paramount+ special. Cartman has nightmares about everybody else being replaced with more "diverse" versions, as the adults grapple with the use of AI. Released on October 27, 2023.