Terrance and Phillip in Not Without My Anus
Terrance and Phillip travel to Iran to rescue Terrance's little daughter, Sally, who's been held prisoner. A complex chain of events involving a female pop vocalist, a Middle Eastern dictator and chemical warfare leads to a hostile takeover of Canada. It's up to Terrance and Phillip to save Sally and their country.
Cartman's Mom is Still a Dirty Slut
Just as Mephisto is about to reveal the identity of Eric Cartman's father, the genetic engineer is shot by a mysterious gunman. While the boys wait for Mephisto to regain consciousness, a blizzard hits South Park and the citizens are stranded for hours on end without food.
A series of heinous crimes involving chickens leads to a startling revelation -- Officer Barbrady can't read! When Barbrady resigns and anarchy ensues, the boys pitch in to help. Cartman brings his own brand of law to the streets of South Park.
Ike's Wee Wee
After a mishap in the classroom during his lesson on the evils of drugs and alcohol, Mr. Mackey, the school counselor, is fired. In an act of desperation, he turns to drugs and alcohol. Meanwhile, it's time for Ike's bris and, when Kyle and the boys find out what it means to be circumcised, they try to save Ike from that fate.
Conjoined Fetus Lady
With Pip as their star player, the South Park dodgeball team is off to the championships. Back in town, local citizens declare a "Conjoined Twin Myslexia Awareness Week" in a misguided attempt to help the school nurse deal with a strange medical disorder.
The Mexican Staring Frog of Southern Sri Lanka
The deadly "Mexican Staring Frog" is sighted in South Park and the town's fearless hunters, Ned and Jimbo, are on the case. Their heroic efforts drive up the ratings for their new hunting show on the cable access channel and threaten to edge out an old favorite, "Jesus and Pals."
City on the Edge of Forever (Flashbacks)
A freak accident leaves the South Park Elementary school bus teetering precariously on the edge of a cliff. As the boys relive landmark moments in their young lives, their bus driver, Mrs. Crabtree, goes for help. A strange turn of events leads her to find the love of her life and her dream job as a stand-up comic.
It's summertime in South Park, and it sucks. The entire town is gearing up for the annual 4th of July celebration when a ban on fireworks is imposed, Mr. Hat has disappeared, Ned and Jimbo have been thrown into a Texas prison and Cartman is forced to take swimming lessons. The mayor's plan to put some punch in the 4th of July celebration with a 20-story-high "snake" goes dangerously awry and Cartman may never make it out of the deep end.
Chef's Chocolate Salty Balls
South Park's first film festival attracts crowds of pretentious, tofu-eating movie lovers to the quiet mountain town. The resulting strain on the sewer system causes problems for everybody's favorite piece of talking poo, Mr. Hankey. Kyle must appeal to the movie industry to save his little friend's life.
The kids' parents only have their best interests at heart when they arrange for Stan, Kyle and Cartman to be exposed to the chickenpox virus. The boys see things differently and decide to get even with the help of a streetwalker named Old Frida. Meanwhile, Kyle and Kenny's fathers try to rekindle their childhood friendship, despite their socio-economic differences.
Roger Ebert Should Lay Off the Fatty Foods
Stan, Kyle and Kenny are strangely drawn to the new planetarium. Is it just a harmless place to learn about the solar system, or is it the scene of a diabolical plot to control the minds of South Park's citizens? Meanwhile, Cartman is on a personal quest to appear on television to sing the Cheesy Poofs song.
Stan is psyched to have Wendy visit his clubhouse for a game of Truth or Dare, but first he has to build one. When Cartman finds out, he immediately enlists Kenny's help in building an elaborate rival clubhouse. If that weren't already enough for any eight-year-old to deal with, Stan also has to help Wendy fix Kyle up with Bebe and come to terms with his parents' untimely divorce.
South Park's 14th Annual "Cow Days" rodeo and carnival is here, and the boys are determined to win Terrance and Phillip dolls. In order to get the money, they sign up Cartman -- who believes he is a Vietnamese prostitute named Ming Li -- for a bull-riding contest. Meanwhile, all of South Park's cows become strangely transfixed on a memorial cow statue constructed for the celebration. Is this the beginning of a strange cow cult?
Chef sues the wrong people after a big record label steals a song he wrote called "Stinky Britches." After a huge loss in court, he is left penniless, but Chef has some very famous and talented friends in the music business who want to help their old mentor. Stan, Kyle, Cartman and Kenny organize a benefit concert to raise some cash and Chef Aid is born.
When Sharon Marsh's Aunt Flo makes a monthly visit, she brings a mysterious pet fish for Stan. As bodies start to pile up, Mrs. Marsh becomes convinced that Stan is responsible for the murders. Meanwhile, an "evil" version of Cartman from another dimension befriends the boys, and possessed animals wreak havoc on the townspeople of South Park.
Merry Christmas Charlie Manson!
When Kyle's parents say no to a road trip to Cartman's grandma's house, Stan sneaks out to join Kyle, Kenny and Cartman anyway. Dinner with Cartman's family takes a bizarre twist when their Uncle Howard shows up after breaking out of prison. He brings his cellmate, Charlie Manson, and the holiday results in a police standoff.
Cartman, Stan, Kyle and Kenny are assigned to write a report with Tweek, the very nervous and highly caffeinated boy who insists gnomes are stealing his underpants. When they are unable to come up with a topic, Tweek's father offers to write the paper, and uses this opportunity to vent his frustration at the corporate juggernaut Harbuck's Coffee and its attempt to drive him out of business. Meanwhile, the boys try to stay awake to see if the underpants gnomes truly exist.
Prehistoric Ice Man
After Kyle falls into an underground cave and Stan is lowered down to rescue him, they discover a man frozen in ice. With the help of Dr. Mephisto, it is determined that this prehistoric ice man has been frozen since 1996. Unable to cope with the modern world, the prehistoric ice man tries to return to his own time, not knowing the government has other plans for him.