With Apologies to Jesse Jackson
Randy faces public ridicule for using the "N" word on live TV. Back at South Park Elementary, Stan tries to understand Token's feelings about what Randy said, and Cartman fights a midget.
When another one of Cartman's practical jokes puts Butters in a compromising position, his dad is determined to "straighten him out." Now Butters has to go to a special camp where they "Pray the Gay Away."
An infestation of head lice plagues South Park Elementary. When Mrs. Garrison refuses to name names, Cartman finds a way to detect who has lice so they can make fun of the unfortunate kid. Meanwhile, we follow a family of lice within the offending colony on their epic journey for survival -- to a new homeland, if necessary.
When a new Muslim student joins the class, Cartman immediately suspects him of being a terrorist. After finding out that Hillary Clinton is scheduled to campaign in town that day, he informs the CIA and does some research. The CIA shows up and detects the scent of a bomb deep within Mrs. Clinton. Through complex networking and investigating, the source of the bomb is found and the day is saved.
Fantastic Easter Special
Determined to get the real story behind why he has to decorate eggs for Easter, Stan starts asking his Dad some tough questions. The answers lead to an ancient and mysterious secret society created in the Middle Ages to protect the secret of the Easter Bunny. Threats to the sanctity of Easter are imminent from Bill Donohue and the Catholic League.
Frustrated with men, Mrs. Garrison makes the boys write an essay on "The Old Man and the Sea." The boys hire Mexican day laborers to do the job for them, but they misinterpret the term "essay." Meanwhile, Mrs. Garrison has become a lesbian and the bar she hangs out in is about to be taken over by Persian club owners. Mrs. Garrison takes a stand in the name of saving the one place that lets her be the woman she is.
Night of the Living Homeless
The number of homeless people in South Park increases day after day. While some see their presence as an opportunity, others see a societal inequity that needs fixing. Most people are content to simply ignore the indigent. However, ignoring the homeless becomes impossible when their numbers become overwhelming and their lust for spare change becomes impossible to control.
Le Petit Tourette
Cartman discovers the joys of having Tourette's syndrome. Drunk with the power of saying whatever he wants without getting in trouble for it, Cartman lines up an appearance with Chris Hansen on "Dateline NBC" to take advantage of his new life with no filters. But what happens when Cartman actually loses control over what he can and can't say?
Stan's dad Randy becomes South Park's hometown hero when the guys down at the local bar see the size of his most recent crap. Thinking his masterpiece would definitely be a contender, Randy contacts the organization that keeps track of the world record, the European Fecal Standards and Measurements Office in Zurich. All that stands in Randy's way of finally winning something is a certain rock star/humanitarian.
When the entire contents of the world's imagination lay open before them, Stan and Kyle step right in. Back in South Park, Cartman swears he's seen a leprechaun.
Imaginationland, Episode II
After the wall in Imaginationland is blown up by terrorists, the evil side crosses over. Cartman tracks down Kyle and Stan at the Pentagon and demands Kyle makes good on their agreement. Meanwhile, U.S. troops cross over into Imaginationland while evil characters cross over into reality.
Imaginationland, Episode III
Inside Imaginationland, Stan and Butters engage in the battle of their lives as they fight the army of evil imaginary forces. Meanwhile, Cartman goes all the way to the Supreme Court to get Kyle to pay up on their bet.
When Stan and Kyle get hooked on Guitar Hero, Stan's superior skills put their friendship in danger.
The girls in the fourth grade class have made a secret list that rates every boy's looks from cutest to ugliest. When the boys steal the list, they are completely unprepared to deal with the results.