Entire first season of the hit animated comedy. In 'Cartman Gets an Anal Probe', South Park is visited by aliens, who proceed to kidnap Kyle's little brother, Ike, mutilate some cows and probe Eric Cartman anally. 'Volcano' sees the boys going on a weekend camping trip with Uncle Jimbo and Ned, his pal from 'Nam. The outing comes under threat from a volcano and a creature named Schuzzlebutt. In 'Weight Gain 4000', Cartman wins an essay competition, and the prize is to be awarded by none other than American sweetheart, Kathie Lee Gifford. However, Mr Garrison was humiliated by Kathie as a boy, and plots with Mr Hat to kill her and gain his revenge. 'Big Gay Al's Big Gay Boat Ride' sees the South Park Cows' match-winning quarterback, Uncle Jimbo's nephew Stan, losing his form when he discovers that his dog, Sparky, is gay. In 'An Elephant Makes Love to a Pig', the boys decide to cross-breed Kyle's mail order elephant with Cartman's potbellied pig, Fluffy, in order to create a potbellied elephant. Things go awry when they enlist the help of twisted scientist Mephesto. 'Death' sees Stan in a quandry when his 102-year-old grandfather asks him to assist in a suicide attempt. In 'Pinkeye', Stan, Kyle and Cartman are preparing for the school Halloween party when the entire South Park community is transformed into brain-eating zombies. 'Tom's Rhinoplasty' sees Mr Garrison replaced by attractive substitute teacher Miss Ellen when he pays a visit to Tom's Rhinosplasty. It being Valentine's Day, the boys all fall for Miss Ellen, and Wendy soon senses that she has a rival for Stan's affections. In 'Starvin' Marvin', a batch of genetically engineered turkeys go on the rampage in South Park, while Cartman is mistaken for a starving African child by aid authorities and sent to Ethiopia. 'Mecha-Streisand' sees the boys discovering a prehistoric relic which spawns a terrible monster. Can a famous actor, critic and rock star come to their aid and save the world from the dawn of Zinthar? In 'Mr Hankey, the Christmas Poo', South Park Elementary attempts to create a non-denominational holiday play, with distinctly un-entertaining results, while Kyle checks into the mental house. 'Damien' sees Jesus and Satan battling it out at South Park Forum after the son of the prince of darkness's arrival rather upstages Cartman at his own birthday party. 'Cartman's Mom is a Dirty Slut' sees Cartman questioning his true parentage. Could his real dad be Chief Running Water, who mom met many moons ago at the 12th Annual Drunken Barn Dance? Or is it Chef? Or Mr Garrison? Meanwhile, Stan and Kyle attempt to win the America's Stupidiest Home Videos cash prize.
Entire second season of the hit animated comedy. 'Not without My Anus', is the April Fool's episode Comedy Central chose to broadcast in place of the one which would have revealed Cartman's parentage, but it does feature special appearances by Terence and Philip! In 'Cartman's Mom is Still a Dirty Slut', Mephesto is about to reveal who Cartman's dad is when a mysterious gunman shoots him down. Awaiting his recovery, the boys find themselves stranded in a freak blizzard. In 'Chicken Lover', a series of chicken-related crimes result in the shock revelation that Officer Barbrady cannot read. Anarchy results when the illiterate policeman resigns, but the boys step into the breach. 'Ike's Wee Wee' sees school counsellor Mr Mackey fired following a classroom mishap. He turns to the twin evils of drugs and alcohol, which he has spent a lifetime preaching against, for consolation. In 'Conjoined Fetus Lady', the South Park dodgeball team heads off for the championships just as 'Conjoined Twin Myslexia Awareness Week' is declared. 'The Mexican Staring Frog of Southern Sri Lanka' sees Ned and Jimbo off to hunt the deadly 'Mexican Staring Frog' after a sighting in South Park. In 'Flashbacks', the school bus is trapped on the edge of a precipice, and the boys reminisce over some sticky moments while Mrs Crabtree goes in search of help, becoming a stand-up comedy sensation in the process. Could it all be a bad dream? 'Summer Sucks' sees the town's 4th July celebrations spoiled by a sudden ban on fireworks. Meanwhile, Cartman is forced to take swimming lessons - will he ever make it to the deep end? In 'Chef's Salty Chocolate Balls', talking poo Mr Hankey suffers when the masses descend on South Park for its first Film Festival. Meanwhile, Chef concocts a new sweetmeat for the edification of the recently arrived cognoscenti. 'Chickenpox' sees Stan, Kyle, Cartman and Kenny out for revenge when their parents decide to take the preventative step of exposing them to the chickenpox virus. In 'Roger Ebert Should Lay Off the Fatty Foods', Stan, Kyle and Kenny find themselves strangely drawn to the newly opened South Park planetarium, while Cartman takes drastic measures to attain his dream of singing the Cheesy Poofs song on television. 'Clubhouses' sees Stan enlisting Kyle's help in building a clubhouse where he can entertain Wendy. Cartman and Kenny respond by creating a rival clubhouse all their own. In 'Cow Days', Stan, Kyle, Cartman and Kenny become ensnared by a carnival game at the 14th annual Cow Days celebration: the prizes on offer are Terrance and Phillip dolls! However, with no money left, it is up to one of the foursome to enter the bull-riding contest and win some cash. 'Chef Aid' sees Chef faced with the prospect of jail unless he pays off a 2 million dollar debt to Capitalist Records. Previously unaware that the school cook was a big name in the music business, the boys hit upon a scheme to help him raise the readies: a Chef Aid concert. In 'Spooky Fish', Stan is perturbed by the gift of a goldfish that kills people, and there seems to be something very wrong with Cartman: he is being nice. Could the fish and Cartman have arrived from an evil parallel universe? 'Merry Christmas Charlie Manson' sees the Cartman family Christmas take a turn for the worse when Uncle Howard escapes from jail and arrives with his very special friend, Charlie Manson. In 'Gnomes', Stan, Kyle, Cartman and Kenny find themselves under pressure to deliver a report to the town in order to prove that Mr Garrison has actually taught them something. They are paired with Tweek, whose coffee shop owner father offers them an essay on how large corporations destroy small businesses. Cool! 'Prehistoric Ice Man' sees Stan and Kyle falling out after discovering a man embedded in a block of ice. Local genetic engineer Mephesto comes to believe that this discovery could be the missing link between prehistoric and modern man.
Entire third season of the popular animated comedy. In 'Rainforest Schmainforest', Cartman, Stan, Kyle and Kenny visit the rainforests of Costa Rica on the 'Getting Gay with Kids' choir tour (listen out for a guest appearance by 'Friends' star Jennifer Aniston). 'Spontaneous Combustion' sees Stan's dad struggling to find a solution to the spontaneous combustion being experienced by people who hold their farts in out of politeness. In 'Succubus', the boys attempt to save Chef from a life of bliss with a life-draining succubus in female form. 'Tweek vs Craig' sees the boys splitting into rival camps in a playground debate over who is the hardest - Tweek or Craig? In 'Jakovasaurs', the town becomes over-run by incredibly stupid and annoying prehistoric creatures who breed at an exponential rate. A plan is hatched to get rid of the visitors, with Cartman's voice the only one raised in protest (he likes them, you see). In 'Sexual Harassment Panda', an encounter with an educational panda results in a spate of sexual harrasment lawsuits being filed in the town of South Park. 'Cat Orgy' sees Cartman left to the mercy of Stan's older sister Shelly when she babysits for him... and just what is wrong with Cartman's cat? In 'Two Guys Naked in a Hot Tub', Mr Mackey's 'Meteor Shower Party' sees Stan and Kyle's fathers indulging their homo-erotic fantasies in the hot tub. 'Jewbilee' shows how Kyle and Kenny help thwart a plan to destroy the mighty prophet Moses at the Jewish scout camp. In 'Chinpoko Mon', Cartman, Stan, Kyle and Kenny fall prey to the latest Japanese craze. 'Starvin' Marvin in Space' sees the boys reunited with their Ethiopian friend Marvin, who is looking for a new home. In 'Korn's Groovy Pirate Ghost Mystery', South Park receives a Halloween visit from rock band Korn in an episode strangely reminiscent of 'Scooby-Doo!'. 'Hooked on Monkey-Fonics' sees the boys' attempts to win the Spelling Bee put in the shade when the contest is won by a pair of home-schoolers. All of which gives Cartman a really cool idea; 'Screw you guys - I'm going home-school.' In 'The Red Badge of Gayness', Cartman takes over a Civil War reconstruction in order to ensure that this time round the South wins. 'Mr Hankey's Christmas Classics' sees everyone's favourite piece of excrement hosting a festive musical special. In 'Are You There God? It's Jesus', Christ decides to put on a special Millennium show for his straying flock. But will anyone really be impressed by wheelchair-bound rocker Rod Stewart repeatedly poohing his pants live on stage? 'The Brown Noise' sees Cartman, Stan, Kyle and Kenny hatching a plot to gain revenge on some cool New York rivals at the world's biggest ever recorder concert, while Mr Garrison visits his estranged to father to discover why he was never sexually abused as a child.
Entire fourth season of the hit animated comedy. In 'Cartman's Silly Hate Crime 2000', Cartman is sent to juvenile hall after hurling a rock at a rival sleigher's head. 'The Tooth Fairy's Tats 2000' sees the boys operating their own tooth laundering scam when Eric is given $2 by the tooth fairy. In 'Quintuplets 2000', the boys fall in love with some contorting Romanian quintuplets, and vow to help them escape to the United States. 'Timmy! 2000' sees the boys' new, wheelchair-bound classmate, Timmy, excused from homework when he is misdiagnosed as suffering from Attention Deficit Disorder. While Stan, Kyle, Cartman and Kenny strive to prove that they too have ADD, Timmy joins a heavy metal band. In 'Pip', Pip's past is finally revealed in a retelling of the classic 'Great Expectations', complete with alternate, modern-day ending. In 'Cartman Joins NAMBLA', Eric tires of his 'immature' schoolmates, and to his joy discovers that there are lots of adult males who wish to befriend eight-year-old boys. 'Cherokee Hair Tampons' sees Kyle suffering from a deadly kidney disease. The only possible saviour is Cartman, who is more than prepared to do his bit to save his friend's life - for a price. In 'Chef Goes Nanners', Chef tries to bring some racial awareness to the Mayor, while Eric finds a common bond with Wendy during the school debate. 'Something You Can Do with Your Finger' finds Kyle, Stan, Kenny and Cartman jumping on the boyband-wagon, but who is to be their fifth member? In 'Do the Handicapped Go to Hell?', the boys fear for their souls after a meeting with Priest Maxi, while down in Hell Satan meets an old flame. 'Probably' sees Satan trying to choose between two loves, and Cartman taking on the role of evangelist. In '4th Grade', the kids adapt Timmy's wheelchair into a time machine in order to escape the 4th grade. 'Trapper Keeper' sees Cartman holding the world in his hands, while some celebrity voters attend the South Park kindergarten class's presidential election. In 'Helen Keller, the Musical', Timmy makes a new friend and Kyle, Stan, Cartman and Kelly struggle to make the school's Thanksgiving show a success. 'Fat Camp' sees Cartman ordered to lose weight, while Kenny gets his own gross-out TV show. In 'Wacky Molestation Adventure', South Park falls into chaos when the kids take over. Finally, 'A Very Crappy Christmas' sees the festive spirit somewhat lacking when Mr Hanky (the Christmas Poo) delays his annual appearance due to family commitments.
All fourteen episodes from the fifth season of the animated comedy show. In 'It Hits the Fan' a well-known expletive becomes common currency after an airing on an influential TV police drama, but this particular curse-word is itself cursed and soon has the land crawling with Black Death. 'Cripple Fight' sees the parents mount a campaign to get Big Gay Al removed from his position as Scout leader. 'The Super Best Friends' has the boys become involved with the sinister cult run by magician David Blaine. 'Scott Tenorman Must Die' finds Cartman doing his best to get his revenge on the diabolical Scott Tenorman. 'Terrance and Phillip: Behind the Blow' has Cartman, Kyle and Stan uncover the truth about Terrance and Phillip when they visit the Earth Day Brainwashing Festival. In 'Cartmanland' the big-boned youngster purchases a theme park. 'Proper Condom Use' sees the parents petition the school to get sex education for their children. 'Towelie' has the boys befriend a stoned talking towel called Towelie. 'Osama Bin Laden Has Farty Pants' finds Cartman, Stan, Kyle and Kenny trapped on an US military aircraft bound for Afghanistan. In 'How to Eat With Your Butt' Cartman gets Kenny's photo printed on a milk carton as that of a missing child. In 'The Entity' Kyle's cousin comes to stay and Mr Garrison invents a new method of transportation. 'Here Comes the Neighborhood' has Token invite other rich people to come live in South Park. 'Kenny Dies' sees Cartman get involved in stem cell research. Finally, in 'Butters' Very Own Episode', Butters starts spying on his father and discovers that the old man is an avid fan of gay pornography and regularly visits men's bath houses.
All ten episodes from the 19th season of the no-holds-barred animated comedy created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone. In this season, Kenny gets a job at a Chinese restaurant, Cartman is victimised for being overweight and the town's residents decide they no longer need a police force. The episodes are: 'Stunning and Brave', 'Where My Country Gone?', 'The City Part of Town', 'You're Not Yelping', 'Safe Space', 'Tweek x Craig', 'Naughty Ninjas', 'Sponsored Content', 'Truth and Advertising' and 'PC Principal Final Justice'.
All 14 episodes from the tenth season of the popular animated comedy series. During this season, Stan, Kyle, Cartman and Kenny again find themselves at the centre of a number of hot political issues and celebrity shenanigans. Episodes comprise: 'The Return of Chef', 'Smug Alert!', 'Cartoon Wars: Part 1', 'Cartoon Wars: Part 2', 'A Million Little Fibers', 'Manbearpig', 'Tsst', 'Make Love, Not Warcraft', 'Mystery of the Urinal Deuce', 'Miss Teacher Bangs a Boy', 'Hell On Earth 2006', 'Go God Go', 'Go God Go XII' and 'Stanley's Cup'.
All 14 episodes from the eleventh season of the popular animated comedy series. During this season, the boys attempt to rescue Imaginationland from nuclear annihilation, discover the secret behind the Easter Bunny and get head lice - all part of growing up in South Park. Episodes are: 'With Apologies to Jesse Jackson', 'Cartman Sucks', 'Lice Capades', 'The Snuke', 'Fantastic Easter Special', 'D-Yikes!', 'Night of the Living Homeless', 'Le Petit Tourette', 'More Crap', 'Imaginationland (Part 1)', 'Imaginationland (Part 2)', 'Imaginationland (Part 3)', 'Guitar Queer-O' and 'The List'.
All 14 episodes from the 12th season of the animated comedy series. In this series, the boys are kept busy helping a pop princess who's down on her luck, negotiating a truce for striking Canadians and preventing giant rodents from destroying the world... all part of growing up in South Park. Episodes are: 'Tonsil Trouble', 'Britney's New Look', 'Major Boobage', 'Canada On Strike', 'Eek, a Penis!', 'Over Logging', 'Super Fun Time', 'The China Probrem', 'Breast Cancer Show Ever', 'Pandemic', 'Pandemic 2: The Startling', 'About Last Night...', 'Elementary School Musical' and 'The Ungroundable'.
All 14 episodes from the 13th season of the no-holds-barred animated comedy series created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone. This series finds the boys saving not only the economy but also the whales and several dead celebrities - all the while savouring the unparallelled joys of Fish Sticks. Episodes are: 'The Ring', 'The Coon', 'Margaritaville', 'Eat, Pray, Queef', 'Fishsticks', 'Pinewood Derby', 'Fatbeard', 'Dead Celebrities', 'Butters' Bottom Bitch', 'W.T.F', 'Whale Whores', 'The F Word', 'Dances With Smurfs' and 'Pee'.
12 episodes from the 14th season of the no-holds-barred animated comedy series created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone. This series finds Stan, Kyle, Cartman, Kenny, Butters and co getting into fixes through their usual blend of innocence and mischievousness. As well as coming to terms with the perils of social networking and being accused of sex addiction in the furore that sweeps the nation in the wake of the revelations surrounding Tiger Woods, the boys finally reveal the identity of the suitably mysterious Mysterion in a three-part special. Episodes are: 'Sexual Healing', 'The Tale of Scrotie McBoogerballs', 'Medicinal Fried Chicken', 'You Have 0 Friends', 'Crippled Summer', 'Poor and Stupid', 'It's a Jersey Thing', 'Insheeption', 'Coon 2: Hindsight', 'Mysterion Rises', 'Coon Vs Coon and Friends' and 'Creme Fraiché'.
All 14 episodes from the 15th season of the no-holds-barred animated comedy series created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone. In this season, Ike travels to Canada to help rescue a kidnapped royal; Stan is diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome; and Jimmy is soon forced to eat his words when he declares that the Germans are the least funny people in the world. The episodes are: 'Humancentipad', 'Funnybot', 'Royal Pudding', 'T.M.I.', 'Crack Baby Athletic Association', 'City Sushi', 'You're Getting Old', 'Ass Burgers', 'The Last of the Meheecans', 'Bass to Mouth', 'Broadway Bro Down', '1%', 'A History Channel Thanksgiving' and 'The Poor Kid'.
All 14 episodes from the 16th season of the no-holds-barred animated comedy created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone. In this season, Cartman creates a new money-making scheme; Butters becomes a victim of bullying; and Stan's dad moves the family to a defunct video store in the hope of breathing new life into the video rental business. The episodes are: 'Reverse Cowgirl', 'Cash for Gold', 'Faith Hilling', 'Jewpacabra', 'Butterballs', 'I Should Have Never Gone Ziplining', 'Cartman Finds Love', 'Sarcastaball', 'Raising the Bar', 'Insecurity', 'Going Native', 'A Nightmare On FaceTime', 'A Scause for Applause' and 'Obama Wins!'.
All 10 episodes from the 17th season of the no-holds-barred animated comedy created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone. In this season, Cartman infiltrates the NSA, the children of South Park put parental blocks on their parent's televisions when they find out they have been watching 'Murder Porn', and Ike goes through puberty. The episodes are: 'Let Go, Let Gov', 'Informative Murder Porn', 'World War Zimmerman', 'Goth Kids 3: Dawn of the Posers', 'Taming Strange', 'Ginger Cow', 'Black Friday', 'A Song of Ass and Fire', 'Titties and Dragons' and 'The Hobbit'.
All ten episodes from the 18th season of the no-holds-barred animated comedy created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone. In this season, Mr. Mackey begins a gluten-free diet, Cartman announces he is transgender to avoid the crowds in the men's room and Butters becomes convinced he is living in a simulated reality. The episodes are: 'Go Fund Yourself', 'Gluten Free Ebola', 'The Cissy', 'Handicar', 'The Magic Bush', 'Freemium Isn't Free', 'Grounded Vindaloop', 'C**k Magic', '#Rehash' and '#HappyHolograms'.