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South Park

South Park
  • Bewertung: 8,80
  • Jahr der Ersterscheinung: 1997
  • Genres: Comedy, Animation
  • Länder: United States
  • Dauer: 22 Minuten
  • Komplexität: 9

South Park ist eine amerikanische Zeichentrickserie für Erwachsene. Es beschreibt das Leben von vier Schülern - Stan Marsh, Kyle Broflovski, Eric Cartman, und Kenny McCormick – die stets bizarre Abenteuer erleben. Die Sitcom ist voll mit schwarzem Humor und zieht häufig die Probleme erwachsener Menschen ins Lächerliche.

  • Kathie Lee Gifford comes to South Park to present an award to Cartman, and Mr. Garrison hopes to use the event to assassinate her.
  • The kids go hunting with the rather trigger happy Jimbo and Ned. Little do they know that a volcano is on the verge of erupting.
  • Stan becomes distracted from the upcoming football game because his dog is gay, so he turns to the gayest man in town for advice, Big Gay Al.
  • Kyle tries to crossbreed an elephant with a pig to win a science contest.
  • Grampa wants Stan to kill him, the parents all want to kill the Terrance and Philip show, and Death just wants to kill someone.
  • Kenny's death spawns an outbreak of the living dead in South Park.
  • The boys sponsor a starving Ethiopian child, only to have him show up on their doorstep.
  • The town is forced to remove anything that either has anything to do with Christmas or is offensive in the least bit to anyone. And Kyle tries to convince everyone of the existence of “Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo.”
  • The son of Satan called Damien is sent to Earth to find Jesus. Jesus and Satan end up in a fight of good and evil. The only problem is it's the same date as Cartman's birthday.
  • When Mr. Garrison takes time off to get plastic surgery, the kids get the lovely Miss Ellen as their substitute. While she seems nice enough, Wendy notices the effect she has on the boys in the class, notably her boyfriend, Stan. Determined to win her man back, Wendy decides to dig a little deeper into Miss Ellen's background to find out what secrets she's really hiding.
  • Barbra Streisand comes to South Park after she learns that the boys have discovered a mysterious ancient stone. She hopes to unlock the stone's magical powers and transform herself into a deadly robotic giant.
  • Eric Cartman goes on a quest to find out who his father was. But when he learns who his mother slept with matters get complicated… because she slept with everybody in town.
  • Terrance and Phillip must go to Iran to rescue Terrance's kidnapped daughter. Meanwhile Saddam Hussein takes over Canada.
  • The boys get snowed in at the hospital while waiting to learn the identity of Cartman's father. Meanwhile, the townspeople resort to cannibalism when they get snowed in.
  • Mr. Barbrady goes back to school after it is discovered that he is illiterate. As he learns to read, a criminal is on the loose molesting all the chickens in South Park.
  • Mr. Mackey is fired from school after losing a marijuana sample in class and winds up becoming a druggie, and Kyle tries to keep his brother Ike from having his bris after he finds out what will take place during the ceremony.
  • The people of South Park attempt to raise awareness of the school nurse's disability. Meanwhile, the boys travel to China to compete in a dodge ball championship.
  • The kids get revenge on Jimbo and Ned after they fail their report on Vietnam. However, their practical joke sparks a fierce ratings war between “Jesus and Pals” and Jimbo and Ned's hunting program.
  • As their school bus teeters over the edge of a cliff, the boys recall past memories.
  • Summer at South park is not going well: fireworks are banned, and a giant ash snake is ravaging the countryside.
  • Hollywood big-shots try to turn South Park into another Sundance. However, they wreak havoc on the town's eco-system, which could cause Mr. Hankey to die.
  • The boys get angry and seek revenge when they discover that their parents orchestrated a sleepover at Kenny's house so that they could all get chickenpox.
  • The boys investigate a mysterious conspiracy centered around the South Park Planetarium. Meanwhile, Cartman auditions for a TV commercial.
  • Stan builds a clubhouse so he can play truth or dare with Wendy. Meanwhile, he deals with his parents' unexpected divorce.
  • All of South Park's cows become mesmerized by the town's new Wooden Cow Memorial. Meanwhile, the kids' plan to win a Terence and Philip doll from a carney at the Cow Days festival becomes complicated and dangerous.
  • The boys organize a music festival to raise money when Chef is sued by a record company.
  • Stan thinks his new pet fish is evil after it kills two people in his bedroom. Also, the parallel-universe version of Cartman shows up in South Park, and everyone likes him more than the real Cartman.
  • Stan, Kyle and Kenny go to Nebraska to spend Christmas with Eric's family. Meanwhile, Charlie Manson escapes from prison with Eric's uncle, and the boys help teach him the true meaning of Christmas.
  • A school assignment pairs the boys up with Tweek, a neurotic boy who claims that gnomes are stealing his underwear. Meanwhile, Tweek's father fights against a corporation that is stealing his business.
  • Kyle and Stan fight over what to name a man they found frozen in ice from 1996. Meanwhile, the government attempts to steal the frozen man.
  • The boys try to fatten up Butters and then liposuction him so they can get a marketing deal at a local restaurant. Meanwhile, Jared from the Subway commercials causes a controversy when he reveals that he lost weight with the help of aides.
  • The kids and their families take a vacation together in Aspen. However, the parents get stuck in an endless timeshare presentation, and Stan is forced into a showdown with a cocky skier.
  • The boys disguise Butters as a mutant to win prizes on The Maury Povich show. They become upset when Butters' prize is a round of putt-putt golf, and so Cartman goes on the show as an out of control teen. The mutant freaks who make a career of visiting TV talk shows go on strike, taking Butters with them.
  • Stan leads the boys in kidnapping all the baby cows from a local ranch after a first hand look at how veal is made turns him into a vegetarian.
  • The boys have to sit through an episode of “Fightin' Round The World” with Russell Crowe so they can see a preview for the new movie starring Terrence & Philip. However, bad luck forces them to race across town searching for a working TV.
  • After being shunned by his friends, Butters develops a villainous alter ego and sets out to wreak havoc on the town. Meanwhile, the boys search for a new friend.
  • Professor Chaos struggles to find an evil scheme that hasn't already been done on “The Simpsons.” Meanwhile, Cartman accidentally creates life in his aquarium.
  • Father Maxi travels to the Vatican to confront the growing problem of priests molesting children. Meanwhile, Cartman discovers that it is possible to crap out of your mouth.
  • The boys start a group to stop a maniacal Steven Spielberg from altering “Raiders of the Lost Ark” while also catering to a group who demand a trailer-trash toddler murderer be freed.
  • Bebe's breasts begin to develop, and the boys are at a loss to explain why they are suddenly drawn to her, when they had no interest in her before.
  • Parents in South Park become gripped with fear that their children will be abducted, which leads to them taking more and more extreme measures to ensure their safety, finally culminating in a giant wall being built around the town.
  • The boys try to build a ladder to heaven to retrieve a winning ticket Kenny had before he died. When their efforts are mistaken for an act of childhood innocence, a media circus ensues.
  • Randy and Sharon realize too late that the box they have sent with the boys contains a porno rather than a copy of “The Lord Of The Rings.” As the parents race to stop them in time, the boys realize the tape they have has a strange power over people.
  • Mr. Garrison does what he can to get fired for being gay so he can sue the school for millions of dollars. This turns out to be easier said than done because the parents and school staff feel they have to be tolerant no matter what.
  • Stan tries to disprove psychic John Edward after a reading messes with Kyle's mind. Meanwhile, Cartman and Chef travel to Scotland to exorcise Kenny from Cartman's body.
  • A freak electric storm causes Stan's future self to return to the present. Stan's future self is an unemployed drug addict, but Stan suspects that it is a hoax.
  • When an attempt to bring Christmas to Iraq turns disastrous, the boys head to Iraq with Jesus and Mr. Hankey to save Santa from terrorists.
  • Chef and the children learn that Earth is actually just a reality show for other planets. When they learn it is to be canceled, the boys travel to a distant planet to plead their case to the network executives.
  • Jimmy and Timmy form a club for people who were handicapped from birth. They call it the Crips, and soon find themselves caught up in gang warfare with the real Crips in Denver. Meanwhile, Christopher Reeve does battle with Gene Hackman over stem cell research.
  • The boys toilet paper their art teacher's house to get revenge for a bad grade. When Kyle's guilty conscience makes him want to confess, Cartman makes an attempt on his life.
  • The town is divided down the middle on the Iraq war issue. Therefore, Cartman tries to induce a flashback so that he can find out what the Founding Fathers would have to say about the war.
  • Cartman makes a Jennifer Lopez hand doll and turns her into a music star, which draws the furious anger of the real Jennifer Lopez as well as the sexual advances of Ben Affleck.
  • After the boys start a Jr. Detective's Club and find a girl's missing doll, they are recruited by the county police department. Their first assignment: to break up a meth lab.
  • South Park residents are forced out of their homes when an Indian casino takes their land.
  • Kyle, Mr. Garrison and Mr. Slave travel to New York City to bring an end to the latest “metrosexual” fad, and discover that it's actually part of a crab-people conspiracy to take over the planet.
  • Cartman, Butters and Token become Christian rock stars so that Cartman can win his bet with Kyle. Meanwhile, Kyle, Stan and Kenny learn the sad consequences of illegally downloading music from the Internet.
  • South Park takes all of the driver's licenses away from its senior citizens, and the AARP responds by launching an armed invasion of the town to defend their rights.
  • When Butters is invited to Kyle's birthday party instead of Cartman, Cartman kidnaps Butters and locks him in a bomb shelter.
  • Stan learns about the Mormon religion after a new family moves to South Park from Utah. Caught up in the family-friendly doctrine of the church, Randy declares the Marshes to be Mormon as well.
  • Rob Reiner comes to town to lead an anti tobacco crusade after the boys briefly take up smoking.
  • Stan becomes inconsolable after Wendy breaks up with him, and Butters has a crush on a sexy waitress at a local restaurant.
  • The boys go to Canada to retrieve Ike, after his birth parents show up in South Park and claim him as their own.
  • The boys lie to get ninja weapons from the fair, but must decide whether or not to tell their parents when Butters is injured with a throwing star.
  • Jimmy begins using steroids to improve his chances in the special Olympics. Meanwhile, Cartman disguises himself as a handicapped boy so he can enter as well and win the cash prize.
  • Cartman leads a campaign against the Jews after seeing “The Passion Of The Christ.” Meanwhile, Stan and Kenny try to get their money back from Mel Gibson and discover that he is completely insane.
  • A gang of kids from the O.C. challenge Stan do a dance-off. But before the big event, Butters must confront a painful event from his past.
  • Cartman dresses up as a robot from Japan, sent to Butters. He tricks him into believing it and can't give away his identity because he finds out Butters has a video of him dancing to Britney Spears and kissing a Justin Timberlake picture! It gets even more out of hand as the military decide to try to capture ‘the robot’ to make it a weapon.
  • Michael Jackson moves to South Park but tries to conceal his identity. and local cops try to frame him because he is a rich black man.
  • When people from a poverty-stricken future travel back in time to find work, South Park residents accuse them of taking their jobs.
  • Stan refuses to vote in the school mascot election because his choices are a giant douche and a turd sandwich. Unfortunately, his views on voting are seen as un-American, and he is ultimately banished from the town.
  • When a Wall-Mart built in South Park takes business away from local businesses, the boys go to the company's headquarters to get it destroyed.
  • A bully who was sent to juvenile hall in a misunderstanding is released, and comes looking for revenge.
  • The boys begin to exaggerate stories when their student news show falls behind in the ratings.
  • Mr. Slave fights against Paris Hilton when she becomes a bad influence on the girls in South Park. Meanwhile, Paris offers Butters' parents a huge amount of money if she can keep Butters as a pet.
  • Cartman mistakenly believes he is a psychic, and is recruited by the police to help them with investigations.
  • Stan helps a group of woodland critters by killing a mountain lion, only to discover that he's helping them give birth to the Antichrist.
  • After Mr. Garrison gets an operation and becomes a woman, Kyle decides he wants to be black and Gerald decides he wants to be a dolphin.
  • Cartman leads the resistance when a mass of hippies accumulates in South Park and starts a music festival.
  • The boys start a talent agency and represent a woman named Wing in Hollywood.
  • Can Cartman and Kenny stay as “Best Friends Forever”, even when Kenny buys the last PSP in stock? A 2005 Emmy Award Winner for Outstanding Animated Program (in Less Than One Hour)!
  • The boys enlist Kyle's cousin to help them lose in baseball so they won't have to go to the finals. Meanwhile, Randy trains to fight other parents during Stan's games.
  • When the boys decide to ignore Cartman, he assumes that he is dead, and enlists Butters to help him make up for his past sins.
  • Jimmy gets his first erection just days before the school talent show.
  • When a dam breaks and floods a nearby town, South Park residents assume it was caused by global warming and barricade themselves in the community center.
  • Butters fake his own death and disguises himself as a girl so he can infiltrate a sleepover and steal a fortune telling device from the girls. Meanwhile, Butters' father turns to the occult to bring back his son.
  • Mrs. Garrison leads the fight against gay marriage when she learns her ex is getting married. Meanwhile, Stan becomes jealous when Kyle and Wendy are paired up for a school project.
  • Cartman leads a vendetta against kids with red hair and freckles, until a prank makes him think he is one of them.
  • After Stan scores a remarkably high “Thetan Level” at a Scientology center, he is considered to be the reincarnation of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard. John Travolta, Tom Cruise and other Scientologists go to South Park to convince Stan to be their leader, but when Stan makes disparaging remarks about Cruise's acting, the movie star locks himself inside a bedroom closet. R&B singer R. Kelly is recruited to get Tom Cruise to come out of the closet, but eventually Kelly, as well as Travolta, find themselves all trapped in the closet.
  • When a prank convinces the boys that a whale in a local aquarium is an alien from the moon, they go to extreme measures to sent it home.
  • Randy is forced to go to AA meetings, where he becomes convinced that he has a disease. Desperate, he and Stan go on a pilgrimage to a statue of the virgin Mary that is miraculously bleeding from its ass.
  • Chef returns to town after joining a group called The Super Adventure Club. However, when he begins to express an interest in molesting children, the boys suspect that the club has brainwashed him.
  • Stan convinces everyone in South Park to drive Hybrid cars after Kyle moves to San Francisco. However, soon a dangerous cloud of “smug” forms over South Park.
  • Cartman begins a one-man crusade to get “Family Guy” taken off the air after it shows an image of Mohammed. But his real motive is not that it's offensive to Muslims–it's because the show's not funny.
  • Cartman finds an unlikely ally in his quest to get “Family Guy” off the air: Bart Simpson. He also discovers Fox's surprising secret about the show's writers.
  • Towelie's autobiography, “A Million Little Fibers”, becomes Oprah Winfrey's official Book of the Month selection and a bestseller… but for how long?
  • A lonely and attention-desperate Al Gore comes to South Park Elementary to explain the dangers of the biggest threat to the planet: Manbearpig. Although the kids believe Gore uses Manbearpig as a way of gaining attention, they decide to help him capture the creature…with disastrous results.
  • Eric's mom turns to a “dog whisperer” as a last resort to turn him to a good little boy. The whisperer is successful in making Eric calm and submissive, but he may have also turned him into a repressed killer.
  • The kids work around the clock to improve their character skills in “World of Warcraft” so that they can beat a fellow gamer who keeps violating the rules and killing everyone else's characters.
  • Kyle sets out to prove that 9/11 wasn't a government conspiracy, and actually uncovers a government conspiracy to create a conspiracy.
  • Kyle discovers that his brother Ike is having a sexual relationship with his kindergarten teacher. The police are reluctant to help, so Kyle is forced to turn to the new school hall monitor for help: Eric “Dawg” Cartman.
  • Satan returns to Earth to throw a huge members-only Holloween party in Los Angeles, and the boys keep summoning the ghost of Biggie Smalls–which means that he's going to miss the party.
  • Cartman tries to cryogenically freeze himself so that he doesn't have to wait for the new Nintendo machine, and Ms. Garrison falls for the new Evolution teacher and becomes an Atheist.
  • Cartman is stuck in the future, in the middle of an international civil war between rival Atheist factions. And he STILL can't play Nintendo Wii.
  • Stan Marsh has hit rock bottom. He's got no job, no bicycle and his only way out of a bad situation, is to coach the local pee wee hockey team. Once a hotshot pee wee hockey player himself, Stan Marsh has tried to put those days behind him. But he's still living with the memory of how let his team down when he missed the winning shot in the big game. Now, he's about to find out that being a coach means facing your past. He's determined to show his kids what it's like to be a winner!
  • Stan becomes a social outcast after his father Randy says “the N-Word” on national television, but Michael Richards and Mark Furhman come to Randy's rescue.
  • Cartman takes a photo with Butters's penis in his mouth to prove Butters is gay. He later finds out what the picture really means and freaks out when the photo disappears. Meanwhile, Butters to has to go to a special camp to calm his urges.
  • A lice outbreak hits Ms. Garrison's class, and at least one parasite is determined to survive after his lice civilization is destroyed.
  • While trying to find a way to persecute the new Arab kid in his class, Cartman accidentally uncovers an unrelated plot to assassinate Hillary Clinton at a South Park political rally.
  • In a parody of “The daVinci Code,” Stan discovers the real reason behind Easter, decorating eggs, and the Easter Bunny.
  • Ms. Garrison's latest date goes so badly that she assigns the class the book report over the weekend, but the boys hire immigrant labor to write it. Meanwhile, Ms. Garrison becomes a lesbian and saves the women's bar from a Persian takeover.
  • One day after Kyle gives $20 to a homeless person, South Park becomes overrun with panhandlers.
  • Cartman fakes having Tourette's syndrome so he can say whatever he wants without getting in trouble.
  • Randy Marsh sets the world record for the biggest bowel movement, until Bono comes along and challenges it.
  • Cartman takes Kyle to court because he refuses to follow through with his promise to suck Cartman's balls if they see a Leprechaun. Meanwhile, Muslim extremists attack “Imaginationland,” and the government plans a counter-attack.
  • With the help of Stan, Kyle, and Kurt Russell, the military is able to access the portal to Imaginationland. Meanwhile, Cartman is determined to make sure that Kyle follows through with his court-mandated sentence.
  • All hope appears to be lost for Imaginationland, until it is discovered that Butters has the power to lead them to victory. And will Cartman ever get Kyle to suck his balls?
  • Stan and Kyle become local celebrities after they score 100,000 points on the video game “Guitar Hero.” A talent agent signs them to a contract, which ends up ruining their friendship.
  • 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.
  • After Cartman and Kyle are infected with the AIDS virus, they turn to Magic Johnson for assistance in finding a cure.
  • Distraught over the media's nonstop coverage of her, Britney Spears attempts to commit suicide, but survives despite blowing the top half of her head off. Disgusted by this treatment of her, the boys attempt to help, only to learn the secret behind the media's cruel scrutiny of celebrities.
  • South Park declares cats illegal after kids start getting high on cat urine. Cartman starts hiding neighborhood cats in his attic to protect them, and Kenny becomes an addict and starts having <a href=“/title/tt0082509/”>Heavy Metal</a> hallucinations.
  • Canada goes on strike and demands more money, but nobody takes the strike seriously. However, the boys try to make money for Canada by turning Butters into an Internet video star.
  • Cartman is commended for his excellent substitute teaching, so he his brought to the inner city to help the high schoolers. Meanwhile, Ms. Garrison wants to be Mr. Garrison again.
  • A prolonged Internet service outage hits South Park and most of the rest of the country, and Randy moves the Marsh family to California hoping to find a connection (and Internet porn for himself).
  • A class field trip to a frontier park turns into a hostage situation when a group of robbers use the park to evade the police, but the park employees won't help resolve the situation because they won't get out of character.
  • Cartman and Butters go to P.F. Chang's to try to uncover the Chinese conspiracy to take over the U.S.. Stan and Kyle accuse Steven Spielberg and George Lucas of raping Indiana Jones
  • Cartman makes fun of Wendy after she delivers a report on breast cancer. She challenges him to a fight, but he keeps finding ways to get out of it. But he also won't stop making fun of her.
  • With Craig's help, the boys start up a Peruvian pan flute band to make money. However, they are detained by Homeland Security and sent to Peru to end the “Pandemic.” In the pan flute bands' absence, giant guinea pigs invade South Park.
  • Craig and the boys are stranded in the Andes Mountains while giant guinea pigs wreak havoc all over the planet. Craig is the only person who can end the terror, but he doesn't care and won't do anything about it.
  • While the rest of the nation is distracted by the results of the presidential election, Barack Obama and John McCain set out to complete their true combined objective: a daring “Ocean's Eleven” style jewel heist.
  • The boys try to resist the “High School Musical” fad when it hits South Park Elementary, while also trying to convince the school's top singer that he should follow his dream and try out for the basketball team.
  • Butters starts hanging out with the Vampire kids, who are angering the Goth kids at South Park Elementary because everybody is confusing the Vampire kids with them.
  • The boys discover that the Jonas Brothers' purity ring campaign is just part of Disney's plot to get away with marketing sex to pre-teen girls.
  • Cartman tries to become a superhero, only to have another fourth grader steal his thunder by becoming one too and becoming more popular.
  • In a parody of the final weeks of Christ's life, South Park goes into hysterics over the failing economy, but Kyle begins preaching that there is no reason for fear. Meanwhile, Stan unsuccessfully tries to return his dad's margarita machine.
  • The fart-loving males of South Park try to ban vaginal flatulence in Colorado after “Terrance & Phillip” is replaced by “The Queef Sisters”.
  • Jimmy comes up with the perfect joke, but Cartman wants to take half the credit for it. However, Kanye West doesn't get the joke, and vows revenge on the person who came up with it.
  • Randy and Stan accidentally reach warp speed when Randy illegally soups up Stan's Pinewood Derby racer, which prompts a visit by an alien gangster and the space police trying to track him down.
  • Cartman leads a group of schoolmates to Somalia to become pirates.
  • Ike begins to see the ghosts of celebrities who died during the summer of 2009 and later becomes possessed by the ghost of Michael Jackson.
  • Butters starts his own pimping business, while a local police officer takes his undercover prostitution sting a little too far.
  • The boys form their own wrestling federation, but seem to be more concerned with theatrics and storylines than the actual sport.
  • Stan is upset about the Japanese killing whales and dolphins, so he takes command of the Sea Shepherd on the “Whale Wars” reality show and does something about it.
  • The boys try to get the meaning of the word “fag” changed from homosexual to motorcycle riders.
  • Cartman takes over the morning school announcements and turns it into a personal soapbox against school president Wendy Testaburger.
  • When the pee levels reach a critical stage at a local water park, chaos and disaster ensue. However, after the disaster, Cartman remains obsessed with the number of minorities who are “taking over” the park.
  • After Tiger Woods comes clean, America becomes obsessed with the “epidemic” of rich men having sex with lots of women. As a result, Kyle and Butters are labeled as sex addicts and are placed in treatment.
  • The boys try to write the most graphic, offensive book ever, and then blame Butters when Stan's mom finds it. But when the book is hailed as a work of literary genius, Butters becomes the “voice of a generation.”
  • Randy deliberately gets testicular cancer so that he can receive a medicinal marijuana prescription, while Cartman becomes a black market KFC dealer when all of the restaurants are shut down for being unhealthy.
  • After being forced to create a FaceBook account, Stan finds himself in the middle of a fad that has gone way too far.
  • Tom Cruise gathers other celebrities mocked by South Park and threatens a class action lawsuit unless the town brings Mohammed to them, so that they can obtain his powers not to be ridiculed.
  • As the celebrities and the gingers battle over who gets possession of Mohammed, the Super Best Friends come to Mohammed's rescue. Meanwhile, Cartman may finally discover the “real” truth about the identity of his father.
  • The boys stage an intervention for Towelie after he falls off the wagon while working at Timmy and Jimmy's summer camp. At the camp, a jealous camper resorts to dirty tricks to beat Jimmy in a series of competitions.
  • South Park tries to keep New Jersey from spreading to their town, and they are forced to turn to some of their enemies for help.
  • Stan and Mr. Mackey suffer a hoarding disorder. In an attempt to find the cause for it, they get trapped in Mr. Mackey's dream.
  • A new superhero named “Captain Hindsight” emerges to help with a new BP oil spill, and The Coon tries to make sure that he joins his union of superheroes.
  • Mysterion assumes control of South Park's superhero alliance after The Coon is kicked out. Meanwhile, The Coon plots his plan for revenge by conspiring with the enemy, and where is Captain Hindsight when the world needs him?
  • Cartman and Cthulhu get their revenge on Coon and Friends, while Mysterion continues to try and discover the secret behind his superpower of never being able to die.
  • Randy becomes addicted to the Food Network, and Sharon tries to compensate for his lack of attention by turning to the Shape Weight.
  • The children of South Park find out their parents are watching disturbingly violent television shows about sex, murder, and betrayal, otherwise nicknamed “Murder porn” (real life crime dramas), and once a husband is arrested for killing his wife they make take matters into their own hands by using parental blocks on their TV sets to block the murder porn. In order to break the block, the parents must learn to play Minecraft.
  • The goth kids become worried after one of their members, Henrietta, returns from a camp intended to cure her goth, emo. But there is more going on than meets the eye.
  • Ike is going through Canadian puberty and it puts a strain of his and Kyle's friendship. The school installs a computer system hooked up to a website called IntelliLink.
  • After Cartman pulls a silly prank where he puts a red wig and red spots on a cow, saying it's a “ginger cow”, the middle east experiences peace but comes with a price for Kyle.
  • The children of South Park form two battling contingents to get a PlayStation 4 or an Xbox One during a Black Friday sale. Meanwhile, Randy takes a temp job as a security guard at the mall in order to make a little extra holiday money.
  • The battle for which gaming console will dominate, PlayStation 4 or Xbox, builds, with both sides of kids and the companies of each game system, vying for the win.
  • Cartman reveals the secret weapon to the console war: The Master Chief.
  • After Butters turns down a fat girl that asks him out, Wendy is upset over Butters' crush on Kim Kardashian because she says Kim is actually a short fat Hobbit who uses Photoshop to make herself look more attractive. But events turn against Wendy.
  • The boys use Kickstarter to fund themselves so they can sit on their butts and do absolutely nothing, but when Eric uses the name Washington Redskins, the owner of the Redskins is determined to stop him.
  • Mr.Mackey is now gluten free and everyone is annoyed when he won't quit preaching about how great he feels.
  • Randy is harboring a giant secret and the pressure is getting to him. Meanwhile, Cartman calls Stan a cissy.
  • Timmy starts a new transportation service to raise money.
  • Cartman and Butters obtain a drone and take it for a spin around the neighborhood.
  • Canada creates and phone app that preys on the addition of the weak, to help make money to build Canada. When Randy discovers Stan has an addition, he intervenes.
  • The boys have bought an Oculus Rift virtual reality headset and don't know who is in the real world or stuck in virtual reality.
  • The boys visit City Wok - but there's something shady going on.
  • After Ike refuses to play a new game with Kyle, Kyle thinks the new generation of kids is terrible. Cartman becomes part of this new generation. Meanwhile Randy has drama going on with the music industry.
  • Kyle teams up with network heads to make a Christmas special to bring the family together, and the holograms are still on the loose.
  • The National Anthem gets a reboot by an American Icon.
  • At South Park Elementary, there is a heavy police presence as Kyle Broflovski walks in. In the school library, Mr. Mackey tries to help the students cope with the loss of their friend on Twitter. He encourages them to tweet about all good times they had with Heidi. At the cafeteria, Stan is suggesting that they need to stop Skankhunt42 immediately.
  • Garrison finally crosses the line at his most recent Presidential rally, and the kids get pulled in to the search for the notorious Skankhunt42. Meanwhile, Gerald joins forces with the other trolls to stop Denmark from launching TrollTrace.com.
  • The Presidential election is only two weeks away and Garrison is still hiding out in Colorado. Everyone freaks out when an entire city in Colorado gets hacked. Gerald faces ruin if his complete history of internet activity becomes public. Memberberries are afraid for their lives and Cartman starts to realize the future is in jeopardy.
  • 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.
  • The President-elect has some unfinished business with his hometown, and 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.
  • Cartman is certain Heidi can solve the problem of getting them to Mars because she’s really funny. Gerald tries to save himself by reasoning with the Troll Hunter while Garrison explores his new found military power.
  • Stan and Kyle run away with Ike, Cartmans' trip to mars lands him on death row, Mr. Garrison and Randy help the trolls destroy a country.
  • Randy is desperate to help Sharon get her emotions under control and Cartman unexpectedly fails his math test.
  • A very special relationship has developed between Butters and the Parish Priest. When the town finds the church doors locked and no sign of the pair, they call in the Catholic Church.
  • Butters sells vape pens and all kinds of fruity-flavored vape accessories at school; Randy decides he should move the family to the country and take up farming.
  • This year, a revolution in mobility is changing Halloween for everyone. Chaos erupts as every kid is out to get more candy than they have ever gotten before. Mr. Mackey and the rest of the adults are hording emergency supplies and hoping to survive until morning.
  • As it turns out, everyone should have taken Al Gore Cereal. The citizens of South Park have no idea the danger they're in. 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.
  • The boys break out of jail and are on the run from the police and ManBearPig. Satan steps up to help the boys and the rest of the citizens of South Park.
  • Cartman has been diagnosed with anxiety. Cartman just can’t deal with people any longer. They get in the way of what’s most important in his life.
  • 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.
  • The Bike Parade is still on, but the boys' chance of winning is in jeopardy when Kenny resists commercialism in solidarity with the Amazon Fulfillment Center's striking workers.
  • Randy fights against home-grown. Meanwhile, Kyle goes to camp.
  • 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.
  • This week, Randy revels in a Tegridy Farms milestone. Meanwhile, Cartman stands his ground and refuses to get a shot.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • In the season opener, 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Santa is stealing all the joy from the town's Holiday Season.

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