The boys travel to Costa Rica as part of the "Getting Gay with Kids" choir tour. When their guide is suddenly killed, the boys and their choir director must try to find their own way out of the dense and deadly rainforest.
The citizens of South Park are exploding randomly. The mayor enlists Stan's dad, the resident geologist, to find a solution to the ever-increasing problem. Meanwhile, the boys come up with a bizarre plan to help Mr. Broflovski's problem in the bedroom.
It's wedding bells for Chef! He has finally found the girl of his dreams, but the boys feel like they've lost their best friend. The festivities begin as Chef's parents arrive from Scotland fresh from an encounter with the Loch Ness Monster.
The boys discover a new prehistoric creature called a Jackovasaur while camping at Stark's Pond. The government and good citizens of South Park do their best to keep this rare species alive, but soon realize how quickly these annoying creatures reproduce. The townspeople devise a plan to send them all off to France.
Tweek Vs. Craig
The boys instigate a fight between Tweek and Craig in shop class. After a lackluster first bout, Jimbo and Ned teach Tweek how to box, while Cartman instructs Craig in the art of Sumo wrestling. Meanwhile, Mr. Adler, the shop teacher, is haunted by a recurring dream of his lost love, and Kenny works to stay as far away from the belt sander as possible.
Sexual Harassment Panda
After Sexual Harassment Panda "educates" the children about how they may be compromised in their daily lives, Cartman sues Stan for sexual harassment, and a flurry of lawsuits follow. In an attempt to stop the insanity, the boys look for Sexual Harassment Panda on "The Island of Misfit Mascots Commune" to try to convince him to change his cause.
It's the night of the big meteor shower and all the adults are gathering at Mr. Mackey's house to watch. While babysitting Cartman, Shelly Marsh invites her boyfriend over, who in turn invites his band over to practice at the house. Meanwhile, Cartman's cat is in heat and searches the entire town of South park for a way to scratch her itch.
Two Guys Naked in a Hot Tub
Stan's parents drag him along to Mr. Mackey's meteor shower party, where he is sent down into the basement to play with Pip, Butters and Dougie. Meanwhile, the ATF is convinced that the party is actually a religious cult whose members intend to commit suicide upon the meteor shower's arrival.
Kyle and Ike get ready for a special Boy Scout group for Jewish kids. Kyle wants Kenny to go so it won't suck so badly. Kenny will believe in anything so he can tag along.
Korn's Groovy Pirate Ghost Mystery
Korn comes to South Park for a Halloween gig and learns of the boys problems with the 5th graders at South Park Elementary. Korn agrees to help the boys get revenge on the mean 5th graders all in a spooky Scooby Doo rip off.
Stan, Kyle, Cartman and Kenny are caught up in the latest fad from Japan: Chinpoko Mon! In their effort to collect everything Chinpoko Mon
, all the children in South Park have become fanatics. Meanwhile, the Japanese toy manufacturers have hidden anti-American messages in all their products, thereby enlisting children throughout the U.S. to aid in completing their Primary Main Objective: bombing Pearl Harbor again.
Hooked on Monkey Fonics
The boys are up against a couple of home-schooled kids in South Park's annual spelling bee. To help Cartman win, Cartman's Mom gives him the Hooked on Monkey Fonics system. Kyle is attracted to the little home-schooled girl and tries to teach her about love and life in public school.
Starvin' Marvin in Space
Starvin' Marvin absconds with an alien spaceship and enlists Cartman, Stan, Kyle and Kenny's help to seek out a new home for his starving people. While Marvin and the boys travel around the world on their mission, they are pursued by various government agencies and the Christian Broadcasting Network.
The Red Badge of Gayness
The entire town of South Park turns out for the annual reenactment of a Civil War battle. Cartman has visions of glory as he suits up for the Confederacy and leads the drunken rebels to defeat the Northerners, just so he can win a bet with Kyle and Stan that will make them his slaves for one month.
Mr. Hankey's Christmas Classics
Hosted by Mr. Hankey himself, holiday songs are performed in unique South Park style. Highlights include Cartman's rendition of "O Holy Night," Satan's own version of "Christmastime in Hell" and a festive duet with Jesus and Santa performing some all-time favorites."
Are You There, God? It's Me, Jesus
People from all over the world start to gather outside Jesus' house waiting for a millennium miracle. Not wanting to disappoint, Jesus puts on a New Year's Eve show, enlisting the help of a veteran rock 'n' roll star. Meanwhile, Cartman misinterprets the effects of a stomach virus as the beginning of puberty. Not wanting Cartman to beat him at anything, Stan resorts to taking hormones to jumpstart the changes in his own body. Unfortunately, the changes aren't exactly what he had in mind.
World Wide Recorder Concert
The children of South Park are invited to Arkansas for the "Four Million Child Blow 2000," the first worldwide recorder concert. While chaperoning the trip, Mr. Garrison slips away to visit his parents and confront the demons of his childhood. Meanwhile, Cartman is obsessed with finding "the brown noise," a note on the recorder that causes people to lose control of their bowels.