South Park E16Manson Sings
Charlie finally understands what the holidays are all about and knows he deserves to go to prison. Charlie feels so good he sings a song about it.
South Park E16Trip to Nebraska
Everyone's going to Cartman's grandmother's house for the weekend. Stan is going too, whether his parents like it or not.
South Park E16Stan's in Trouble
Stan's parents can't believe he went to Nebraska without their permission and told everyone they were dead.
South Park E16Stan's Parents Show Up
Charlie Manson doesn't envy Stan when the crisis he's created is interrupted by Mrs. Marsh, who has arrived in Nebraska and is really pissed.
South Park E4SUPPORT COUNTRY PROTEST ROCK N ROLL
Stan and Kyle come unprepared to the rally. Then a fight breaks out.
South Park E6The Laundromat Reopens
The boys are promoted to full detective and decide to give up to reopen their pretend laundromat.
South Park E7$10,000, 31 Black
The South Park has enough money to save the town. But they decide to let it ride one more time.
South Park E7Down $2,600
Kyle's dad catches a bad run of cards at the blackjack table.
South Park E7Free Blankets
The Native Americans inflict a horrible SARS outbreak on the residents of South Park.
South Park E7Chief Runs With Premise
The boys arrive at the Three Feathers Casino. They are too young to gamble.
South Park E7Oh Never Mind
Native Americans buy up real estate to clear a path for their highway, the citizens of South Park consider pooling their resources to fight back.
South Park E7Officially Homeless
While the citizens of South Park collect their checks from the Native Americans, the boys want to fight back.
South Park E8South Park's Gone Metro
Kyle's parents learn that the men of South Park have become metrosexuals and the women love it.
South Park E8The Latin Fad is Back
The women of South Park succeed in defeating the crab people's attempt to use TV to take over the world.
South Park E8Meet the Guys
While the men of South Park race from sale to sale at the mall, Mr. Garrison and Kyle fail their first attempt to kill the "Queer Eye" guys.
South Park E8Metrophobia
When the women of South Park tell their husbands to man up, they're accused of being metrophobic. A pride parade is in order.
South Park E8Metro Pride Parade
The metrosexual men of South Park have their first pride parade and ther wives have had enough.
South Park E10Memorial Service
An elderly driver mows down more people at a memorial service for nine citizens who were mowed down by another elderly driver at a farmer's market.
South Park E10Get Off The Streets!
Randy realizes that all the old people in South Park will be on the road at the same time, tears through town to warn everyone, and discovers that the boys are playing street hockey.
South Park E12Randy Gets Fired Up
When Stan reports back to his family about his pleasant night with the Harrisons, his dad wants to kick Mr. Harrison's ass for talking religion with his son.
South Park E12Marsh Family Conversion
Stan's dad returns from the Harrisons' with a new outlook on family life and religion.
South Park E12Joseph Smith: Part 4
Stan questions the "proof" of the Joseph Smith story and lets the Harrisons know how he feels about their extreme niceness.
South Park E13Cancer's Bad
The boys try smoking but get caught by Mr. Mackey and burn down the school. Their parents blame the tobacco companies.
South ParkS8 E4First Dance Lesson
Stan's dad teaches him the protocol of "serving" and shows him a few dance moves to defend himself.
South ParkS8 E4Avenge Your Father
Stan's dad is recovering in the hospital after getting served by the Orange County coach. Stan feels the presure to avenge him in the dance competition.
South ParkS8 E6Dinner Party
Stan's parents have having some people over for dinner and decide to invite Mr. Jefferson. Cartman thinks Stan is trying to steal Mr. Jefferson from him.
South ParkS8 E6Sleepover Discovered
Stan's parents find Mr. Jefferson in bed with the boys. He throws money around and explains his innocence, but Sharon is not convinced.
South ParkS8 E7Present Day English, Please!
The boys just want to order a cheeseburger and fries but the time-people's present day English is impossible to understand.
South ParkS8 E7A Good Job at Wendy's
More and more people from the future are arriving in the 21st century to get jobs that will make them more well off in their present year.
South ParkS8 E7Stan's a Timecist
The Marshes hire a time-person as their maid for dirt cheap. Stan is fed up with those "goobacks" taking people's jobs in the present.
South ParkS8 E8Vote or Die
When Stan reveals that he thinks the election is stupid, Puff Daddy shows up and threatens that if he doesn't vote he's gonna die.
South ParkS8 E8Banishment
When Stan refuses to vote, Principal Victoria is left with no other option but to give him the worst possible punishment.
South ParkS8 E9Wall Mart Opens
Wall Mart makes its grand opening in South Park and the townspeople can't wait to shop in their new, equal-opportunity, bargain-filled superstore.
South ParkS8 E9All Are Welcome
The Marsh family is happy with their Wall Mart purchases, but Randy is drawn to further bargains in the middle of the night.
South ParkS8 E9No Self Control
The townspeople can't resist shopping at Wall Mart and resort to burning it down.
South Park E2Cartman's Plan
Cartman needs a crew to operate a Hippie Digger to penetrate the festival crowd, so they can play Slayer over the PA system.
South Park E2Buzz Killer
Cartman and his crew blast Slayer music through the sound system, causing the hippies to disperse. South Park is saved, and Cartman's victory is sweet.
South Park E2Stan's Changed
Stan's Mom asks him if he wants to go to the mall, and he explains to her about Corporate Fat Cats.
South Park E2Woodstock Flashback
Stan's parents remember their hippie days at Woodstock and realize they don't want Stan anywhere near those people.