It Hits the Fan
South Park takes its place among that elite group of shows that have made television history when Cartman proclaims the "S" word for the entire world to hear. The you-know-what hits the fan 162 times when the citizens of South Park tune in to hear the word "shit" on a popular TV show. This epic utterance triggers a chain of events that threatens the world as we know it, leaving Chef and the boys to save the day.
Big Gay Al returns to South Park as the new scout leader. When he is fired for being gay, the boys rally to his defense with the help of the new "handi-capable" kid, Jimmy. But there's only room for one crippled kid in South Park, so Timmy and Jimmy throw down in an all-out slugfest.
Super Best Friends
Stan, Kyle, Cartman and Kenny discover David Blaine, magician and cult leader, performing in the streets of South Park. Stan finds out early that the Blainiacs are not as nice as everyone thinks. He tries to convince the other boys they've been brainwashed, but they have forsaken their friends and families. Teaming up with Jesus, Stan calls upon all the Super Best Friends to destroy the magician and thwart the mass suicide pact he has launched.
Scott Tenorman Must Die
When a young boy makes the transition into manhood, he is blessed with certain physical attributes. In Cartman's case, he gets pubes. After the other boys tell him that pubes don't count unless you grow your own, Cartman realizes he's been tricked. When Scott Tenorman won't give him his money back, Cartman goes medieval on him. Radiohead guest stars and plays a role in Cartman's elaborate plan for revenge.
Terrance and Phillip: Behind the Blow
Flatulent Canadian superstars Terrance and Phillip have broken up over creative differences. When the boys discover their idols have called it quits, they'll go to any lengths to reunite the duo and recruit them for South Park's Earth Day festivities.
Cartman inherits a million dollars from his grandmother and fulfills his lifelong dream of owning his own amusement park: Cartmanland! A hemorrhoid erupts in Kyle's ass when he learns of Cartman's undeserved fortune, making him question the very existence of God and whether there's any reason to stay alive in a world where someone like Cartman is happy.
Proper Condom Use
Cartman, Kenny, Stan and Kyle are taking Sex Ed! In the time-honored tradition, the boys are separated from the girls and schooled in the mysteries of sex by none other than Mr. Mackey. Ms. Choksondik is responsible for the girls' education in the womanly arts and Mr. Garrison teaches the kindergarten class proper condom use.
The boys get a new video game system, the Okama Gamesphere, and their plan for the foreseeable future is to play it. When the government steals their new Gamesphere, the boys will stop at nothing to get it back. Their one hope for infiltrating the top secret lab where the Gamesphere is being kept is to team up with Towelie, a genetically engineered towel, who only wants to get high.
Osama bin Laden Has Farty Pants
Filled with American spirit, all the children of South Park Elementary have sent their dollars to the children of Afghanistan. When the boys receive a package from the kids they sent the money to, personnel from every government agency descend upon the town to check the package for anthrax. As a result, Stan, Kyle, Kenny and Cartman are forced to return an Afghan goat to its homeland and confront Osama bin Laden.
How to Eat With Your Butt
Cartman manages to get Kenny's school picture plastered all over every "missing child" milk carton in the country. Cartman finds everything about his prank funny until a very strange couple turns up in South Park looking for their lost boy.
Mr. Garrison gets fed up with long lines, delayed flights and the airline industry in general and invents his own transportation device. Anticipation for the new machine, a closely guarded secret, builds to a frenzy. Meanwhile, Kyle's cousin Kyle visits South Park from Connecticut. Kyle realizes he'll have to bribe Cartman not to make fun of the new kid.
Here Comes the Neighborhood
Token is being picked on for being the only rich kid in town. Feeling like an outcast, Token succeeds in attracting several other wealthy people to South Park. Meanwhile, the townspeople, fearing that their little hamlet is rapidly going up the drain, attempts to run the new residents out of town.
In a very special episode of "South Park," Cartman fights for Kenny's life when he speaks before Congress in favor of stem-cell research. Meanwhile, Stan has trouble dealing with his friend's impending demise.
Butters' Very Own Episode
Butters inadvertently reveals a deep, dark family secret about his father's late night "shopping" sprees. Alone and lost, Butters determinedly makes his way through porn theatres and gay bath houses in an effort to get his dad back home in time to eat at Bennigan's for his parents' anniversary.