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The following is an episode list for the Comedy Central series South Park. The series has its roots in 1992 when Trey Parker and Matt Stone created the animated short The Spirit of Christmas (Jesus vs. Frosty), while in college. The series began on August 13, 1997, and entered its 11th season on March 7, 2006. The production team has been guaranteed by Comedy Central that the series will reach its 12th season, and possibly further seasons beyond that.

Currently, the first nine seasons are available on Region 1 (US) DVD. Region 2 (Europe) has released the first four on DVD (note: these differ from the Region 1 versions) as well as selling episodes in different volumes. The feature film South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut was premiered during the third season on June 30, 1999.

This list is ordered by episode's air dates. This is because of a reference made in episode 802 to a previous event in episode 804, and the positioning of the episode celebrating 100 episodes does not fit in production order.

Two votes have been held on the Comedy Central website for fans to choose their favorite episodes to be shown in TV marathons. The marathons were later shown world wide.


Season Episodes Originally aired DVD release date
Region 1 Region 2
1 13 1997 November 12, 2002 May 7, 2001
2 18 1998 – 1999 June 3, 2003 May 28, 2001
The unaired version of the pilot[1] episode "Cartman Gets an Anal Probe" is included in some versions of the season 2 DVD set.
3 17 1999 – 2000 December 16, 2003 June 18, 2001
South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut was released during this season on June 30, 1999.
4 17 2000 June 29, 2004 April 16, 2001
5 14 2001 February 22, 2005 May 12, 2011
6 17 2002 October 11, 2005 July 13, 2011
During this season, Kenny was replaced with Butters and Tweek until he returned in Red Sleigh Down.
7 15 2003 March 21, 2006 --
8 14 2004 August 29, 2006 --
9 14 2005 March 6, 2007 --
10 14 2006 August 21, 2007 --
Isaac Hayes, who voiced Chef since the first episode, left South Park shortly before the start of this season. The show also won the 2005 PeabodyAward during this season for its satire.
11 14 2007 Septmber 17, 2011 --
12 14 2008 May 5, 2012 --

Early shorts/Pilot episodes: 1992, 1995

Screenshot Title Original airdate Production code #
Frosty "The Spirit of Christmas (Jesus vs. Frosty)" 1992 N/A N/A
The boys bring a snowman to life.
Jesusvsanta "The Spirit of Christmas (Jesus vs. Santa)" 1995 N/A N/A
Jesus descends from heaven demanding retribution and asks the boys for directions to the mall where Santa is waiting.


Season 1: 1997-1998

Screenshot Title Original airdate Production code #
SouthPark101 "Cartman Gets an Anal Probe" August 13, 1997 101 1
Space aliens implant a transmitter in Eric Cartman and abduct Kyle Broflovski's brother.
SouthPark102 "Weight Gain 4000" August 20, 1997 102 2
Cartman tries to bulk up using "Weight Gain 4000". Mr. Garrison attempts to assassinate Kathie Lee Gifford.
SouthPark103 "Volcano" August 27, 1997 103 3
The boys go hunting with Stan's uncle Jimbo Kern and his friend Ned where a volcano is about to erupt.
Southpark ep104 2 "Big Gay Al's Big Gay Boat Ride" September 3, 1997 104 4
When Stan finds out that his dog is gay, he seeks advice on the subject; Jimbo and Ned attempt to sabotage a football game against a rival elementary school.
SouthPark105 "An Elephant Makes Love to a Pig" September 10, 1997 105 5
The boys try to breed an elephant with a pig as a Genetic engineering experiment; Stan struggles with his abusive sister.
SouthPark106 "Death" September 17, 1997 106 6
Stan's grandfather wants him to assist in euthanasia; the town's parents travel to New York to protest Terrance and Phillip.
100px "Pink Eye" October 29, 1997 107 7
Kenny is killed by the Mir space station, and becomes a zombie. Stan, Kyle and Cartman must find a way to stop pink eye from spreading on Halloween.
Ep 109 starvinmarvin "Starvin' Marvin" November 19, 1997 109 8
The boys befriend a boy from Ethiopia sent to them by Sally Struthers; mutant turkeys attack the town.
Hankey flush "Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo" December 17, 1997 110 9
Kyle tries to show the town his friend who has holiday spirit; the townspeople remove potentially "offensive" symbols from holiday displays.
Southpark ep108 2 "Damien" February 4, 1998 108 10
A new student is the son of the devil; Satan battles Jesus; Cartman's birthday party is ruined.
111 wendy msellen "Tom's Rhinoplasty" February 11, 1998 111 11
Mr. Garrison gets a nose job; the boys compete for the attention of their substitute teacher.
112 mecha chaos "Mecha-Streisand" February 18, 1998 112 12
The boys find an artifact which Barbra Streisand uses to transform herself into a giant monster and wreck the town; a team of assorted celebrities show up to battle her.
Ep 113 cartmangangster "Cartman's Mom is a Dirty Slut"[2] February 25, 1998 113 13
Cartman tries to find out who his father is; Stan and Kyle submit a tape to America's Stupidest Home Videos.

Season 2: 1998-1999

Screenshot Title Original airdate Production code #
201 stadium with gas "Terrance & Phillip in Not Without My Anus" April 1, 1998 201 14
Terrance and Phillip save Canada from a dictatorship.
SouthPark202 "Cartman's Mom is Still a Dirty Slut"[2] April 22, 1998 202 15
Cartman finds out who his father is; the crew of America's Most Wanted show up to recreate the shooting of Dr. Mephisto.
203 chickenlover "Chickenlover" May 20, 1998 203 16
In order to catch the "Chickenlover" Officer Barbrady must learn how to read. He deputises the boys to help him.
SouthPark204 "Ike's Wee Wee" May 27, 1998 204 17
The boys find out what a circumcision is; Mr. Mackey experiments with drugs.
SouthPark205 "Conjoined Fetus Lady" June 3, 1998 205 18
The boys go to China to compete in a dodgeball championship. The town holds an appreciation week for the school nurse.
206 msf1 "The Mexican Staring Frog of Southern Sri Lanka" June 10, 1998 206 19
Uncle Jimbo and Jesus have competing public access programs.
Sp ep207 "City on the Edge of Forever" June 17, 1998 207 20
The boys reminisce of the past whilst their school bus rocks dangerously on the edge of a cliff.
208 cartman flailing "Summer Sucks" June 24, 1998 208 21
The town is forced to ban the use of fireworks and attempt to create something better; Cartman has swimming lessons; Mr. Hat disappears, to the distress of Mr. Garrison.
209 poo town "Chef's Chocolate Salty Balls" August 19, 1998 209 22
A film festival comes to South Park. After the boys discover it is damaging the town they enlist the help of Mr. Hankey to try to force the festival out.
210 boys with pox "Chickenpox" August 26, 1998 210 23
The boys' mothers want their children to receive Chickenpox; Kyle's mom tries to patch up the relationship between her husband and Kenny's dad.
SouthPark211 "Roger Ebert Should Lay Off the Fatty Foods" September 2, 1998 211 24
The town is brainwashed by the curator of a planetarium; Cartman tries out for a new Cheesy Poofs commercial.
212 stan kyle clubhouse "Clubhouses" September 23, [1998 212 25
The boys create a clubhouse; Stan's parents separate.
SouthPark213 "Cow Days" September 30, 1998 213 26
The town holds its annual rodeo and carnival "Cow Days". The boys enter Cartman]] as a bull rider in an attempt to win $5000 and play for Terrance and Phillip dolls; the town's cows worship a statue.
SouthPark214 "Chef Aid" October 7, 1998 214 27
When Chef is sued, the boys organize a concert to pay his legal bills; Mr. Garrison suspects Mr. Hat of several attempts on Mr. Twig's life.
Spookyfish kill "Spookyfish" October 28, 1998 215 28
Stan's fish from an evil parallel universe kills people; a nice version of Cartman visits from the same parallel universe. Presented in SPOOKY-VISION!
216 cartman family "Merry Christmas Charlie Manson!" December 9, 1998 216 29
Stan sneaks out of his house to spend Christmas with Cartman's relatives; Charles Manson learns the true meaning of Christmas.
SouthPark217 "Gnomes" December 16, 1998 217 30
Tweek, assigned to write a current evens paper with the boys, keeps seeing "underpants gnomes;" his father's coffee shop competes with a popular coffee franchise that has just moved into town.
218 Iceman cometh "Prehistoric Ice Man" January 20, 1999 218 31
Stan and Kyle discover a man who has been frozen since 1996.

Season 3: 1999-2000

Screenshot Title Original airdate Production code #
301 rain chase "Rainforest Schmainforest" April 7, 1999 301 32
The boys are forced to join a choir campaigning to save the rainforest.
SouthPark302 "Spontaneous Combustion" April 14, 1999 302 33
Randy Marsh must solve the problem when citizens start spontaneously combusting.
SouthPark303 "The Succubus" April 21, 1999 303 34
When Chef gets engaged, the boys become concerned as he seemingly becomes a different person.
SouthPark305 "Jakovasaurs" June 16, 1999 305 35
The town tries to save a species from extinction.
304 faceoff2 "Tweek vs. Craig" June 23, 1999 304 36
The boys train two classmates for a fight against each other.
306 panda dance "Sexual Harassment Panda" July 7, 1999 306 37
A giant panda teaches the students about sexual harassment and lawsuits.
SouthPark307 "Cat Orgy"[3] July 14, 1999 307 38
Cartman tries to blackmail the babysitter when his mother goes to a party. His cat "Kitty" is in heat.
308 garrison mackey "Two Guys Naked in a Hot Tub"[3] July 21, 1999 308 39
Stan must go to a meteor shower party with his parents; Randy feels uncomfortable after he and Gerald watch each other masturbate in a hot tub.
309 big mo "Jewbilee"[3] July 28, 1999 309 40
Kyle, Kenny and Ike go to a Jewish scout camp where Moses appears.
SouthPark312 "Korn's Groovy Pirate Ghost Mystery" October 27, 1999 312 41
The town celebrates Halloween. The boys try to scare the fifth graders. Nu Metal band Korn guest-star as themselves.
310 chinpoko videoplaying1 "Chinpokomon" November 3, 1999 310 42
The boys become fascinated with the latest fad from Japan.
313 cartman monkey "Hooked on Monkey Phonics" November 10, 1999 313 43
With the help of Phonics Monkey Cartman enters a Spelling bee. The boys meet children who are homeschooled.
SouthPark311 "Starvin' Marvin in Space" November 17, 1999 311 44
The boys must save Starvin' Marvin from the government and a Christian group.
314 fort "The Red Badge of Gayness"[4] November 24, 1999 314 45
The town has an American Civil War re-enactment, led by Cartman as General Lee.
315 santa jesus "Mr. Hankey's Christmas Classics" December 1, 1999 315 46
Mr. Hankey hosts a Christmas musical. The South Park gang pays tribute to Mary Kay Bergman.
SouthPark316 "Are You There God? It's Me, Jesus" December 29, 1999 316 47
Stan feels left out when the other boys think they hit puberty and Cartman forms a club for them.
317 blow "World Wide Recorder Concert"[5] January 12, 2000 317 48
Mr. Garrison questions his father about his childhood; the boys play a prank at a national recorder concert.

Season 4: 2000

Screenshot Title Original airdate Production code #
100px "The Tooth Fairy Tats 2000" April 5, 2000 402 49
The boys plan to get rich off of a scheme involving the tooth fairy.
100px "Cartman's Silly Hate Crime 2000" April 12, 2000 401 50
Cartman is imprisoned after committing a hate crime against Token (hitting him with a stone).
100px "Timmy 2000" April 19, 2000 404 51
All the kids in South Park get mistakenly diagnosed with attention-deficit disorder (ADD). Timmy joins a rock band.
100px "Quintuplets 2000" April 26, 2000 403 52
A family of quintuplets attracts media.
100px "Cartman Joins NAMBLA" June 21, 2000 406 53
Cartman joins a club in search of more mature friends. Kenny tries to stop his parents from having another baby.
100px "Cherokee Hair Tampons" June 28, 2000 407 54
Stan must get Cartman to donate one of his kidneys to save Kyle's life.
100px "Chef Goes Nanners" July 5, 2000 408 55
Chef is at odds with the town over the South Park flag.
100px "Something You Can Do with Your Finger" July 12, 2000 409 56
The boys form a boy band, to which Stan's father Randy, objects.
100px "Do the Handicapped Go to Hell?"[6] July 19, 2000 410 57
The boys question whether the handicapped or Jews go to heaven; Saddam Hussein returns to hell leading to an awkward reunion with Satan.
100px "Probably"[6] July 26, 2000 411 58
Cartman and the boys start their own church against the wishes of their parents; Satan must choose between two lovers.
100px "4th Grade" November 8, 2000 412 59
The boys enter fourth grade, where they have a new teacher, Ms. Choksondik; Mr. Garrison finally faces the fact that he is homosexual.
100px "Trapper Keeper" November 15, 2000 413 60
A man from the future wants Cartman's trapper keeper; Mr. Garrison's kindergarten class holds an election with confusing results.
100px "Helen Keller! The Musical" November 22, 2000 414 61
Timmy must find a live turkey for the Thanksgiving play.
100px "Pip" November 29, 2000 405 62
A retelling of Charles Dickens' "Great Expectations" starring Pip, with Malcolm McDowell narrating.
100px "Fat Camp" December 6, 2000 415 63
Cartman is sent to a weight loss camp; Kenny is paid to do numerous stunts.
100px "The Wacky Molestation Adventure" December 13, 2000 416 64
The boys, angry at their parents, send them to jail after saying they were "molestered", leaving the town to the children.
100px "A Very Crappy Christmas" December 20, 2000 417 65
Kyle is upset over the fact that Mr. Hankey is too busy with his family to spread holiday cheer.

Season 5: 2001

Screenshot Title Original airdate Production code #
100px "It Hits the Fan" June 20, 2001 502 66
The boys and Chef must stop the world from chanting the curse word "shit" because when spoken it causes people to "puke their own guts out".
100px "Cripple Fight" June 27, 2001 503 67
Big Gay Al becomes the boys' scoutmaster and a fight ensues between two handicapped children, Jimmy and Timmy.
100px "Super Best Friends" July 4, 2001 504 68
A cult comes to South Park and it is up to Stan, Jesus and his super hero comrades to save the world.
100px "Scott Tenorman Must Die" July 11, 2001 501 69
Cartman repeatedly tries to take revenge on an 8th/9th grader who keeps making fun of him.
100px "Terrance and Phillip: Behind the Blow" July 18, 2001 505 70
The boys try to reunite Terrance and Phillip who are feuding so they can perform at an Earth Day assembly.
100px "Cartmanland" July 25, 2001 506 71
Kyle develops a deadly hemorrhoid and begins to lose his faith in God when Cartman inherits $1 million which he uses to buy his own amusement park.
100px "Proper Condom Use" August 1, 2001 507 72
The school is forced to teach sex education to the students at a younger age after the boys are found "milking" dogs.
100px "Towelie" August 8, 2001 508 73
In order to get their video game console back, the boys must bring an animated towel to the government.
100px "Osama Bin Laden Has Farty Pants" November 7, 2001 509 74
The boys go to Afghanistan to return a goat given as a gift.
100px "How to Eat with Your Butt" November 14, 2001 510 75
Cartman puts Kenny's picture on a milk carton which brings a family from another state looking for him.
100px "The Entity" November 21, 2001 511 76
Kyle's cousin, who is also named Kyle, comes to stay in South Park. Mr. Garrison, tired of the airlines, decides to invent his own vehicle.
100px "Here Comes the Neighborhood" November 28, 2001 512 77
Token is tired of being teased for being rich, and he brings wealthier families to South Park.
100px "Kenny Dies" December 5, 2001 513 78
Kenny succumbs to an illness; Cartman acquires stem cells for research.
100px "Butters' Very Own Episode" December 12, 2001 514 79
Butters goes on a chase to find out what his father bought his mother for their anniversary.

Season 6: 2002

Screenshot Title Original airdate Production code #
100px "Jared Has Aides" March 6, 2002 602 80
The town becomes obsessed with weight loss after Jared Fogle gives a speech. The boys fatten Butters so he can lose weight like Jared.
100px "Asspen" March 13, 2002 603 81
The boys and their parents vacation in Aspen. Stan is challenged to a skiing competition and the parents are held hostage at a timeshare seminar.
100px "Freak Strike" March 20, 2002 601 82
Cartman wants to go on the Maury Povich show to win a prize, but sends Butters first.
100px "The New Terrance and Phillip Movie Trailer" March 27, 2002 604 83
The boys have to sit through a boring TV show starring Russell Crowe to see a a trailer for the new Terrance and Phillip movie.
100px "Fun with Veal" April 3, 2002 605 84
The boys try to save baby cows from torture and slaughter.
100px "Professor Chaos" April 10, 2002 606 85
The boys try to find a replacement for Butters, who becomes a supervillain after being fired from the group.
100px "Simpsons Already Did It" June 26, 2002 607 86
Butters attempts to create schemes which have already been done by The Simpsons. Cartman creates a kingdom of seamen.
100px "Red Hot Catholic Love" July 3, 2002 608 87
Father Maxi travels to the Vatican to discuss molestation; the parents become atheists. Cartman poops out of his mouth.
100px "Free Hat" July 10, 2002 609 88
The kids form a club to try and stop directors from modifying their films. Hat McCullough is released from prison.
100px "Bebe's Boobs Destroy Society" July 17, 2002 610 89
All the boys start acting strangely after Bebe hits puberty.
100px "Child Abduction Is Not Funny" July 24, 2002 611 90
The parents hire the City Wok guy to build a wall around the city to protect the children from kidnappers.
100px "A Ladder to Heaven" November 6, 2002 612 91
The boys build a ladder to heaven to talk to Kenny about a candy coupon. Cartman accidentally drinks Kenny's ashes and becomes possessed with his spirit.
100px "The Return of the Fellowship of the Ring to the Two Towers" November 13, 2002 613 92
The boys go on a quest to return a tape "with evil powers" to the video store before the sixth graders steal it from them.
100px "The Death Camp of Tolerance" November 20, 2002 614 93
Mr. Garrison tries to get fired for discrimination by performing inappropriate acts in class with his new teaching assistant Mr. Slave.
100px "The Biggest Douche in the Universe" November 27, 2002 615 94
Chef's parents try to exorcise Kenny's spirit from Cartman. Stan is at odds with psychic John Edward.
100px "My Future Self n' Me" December 4, 2002 616 95
Stan meets an older version of himself who appears to have had a hard life. Cartman starts his own revenge business.
100px "Red Sleigh Down" December 11, 2002 617 96
Cartman tries to bring Christmas to the downtrodden in Iraq to get on the "good" list. Kenny returns.

Season 7: 2003

Screenshot Title Original airdate Production code #
100px "Cancelled" March 19, 2003 704 97
The boys learn that Earth is a reality show for aliens and must save it from cancellation.
100px "Krazy Kripples" March 26, 2003 702 98
Timmy and Jimmy start a club for cripples. Christopher Reeve comes to town to promote stem cell research.
100px "Toilet Paper" April 2, 2003 703 99
Kyle feels guilty after he and the boys TP their art teacher's house.
100px "I'm a Little Bit Country" April 9, 2003 701 100
The boys enter an anti-war demonstration; Cartman travels back in time to the American Revolutionary War era.
100px "Fat Butt and Pancake Head" April 16, 2003 705 101
Cartman's hand puppet "Jennifer Lopez" gets major publicity, which angers the real Jennifer Lopez.
100px "Lil' Crime Stoppers" April 23, 2003 706 102
The boys pretend to be police detectives.
100px "Red Man's Greed" April 30, 2003 707 103
The town is taken over by Native Americans who want to create a highway.
100px "South Park Is Gay!" October 22, 2003 708 104
The men and boys of town become metrosexual.
100px "Christian Rock Hard" October 29, 2003 709 105
Cartman, Token, and Butters form a Christian music band. Stan, Kyle, and Kenny learn about downloading free music off the Internet.
100px "Grey Dawn" November 5, 2003 710 106
The elderly have their driver's licenses taken away, against which the AARP retaliates.
100px "Casa Bonita" November 12, 2003 711 107
Cartman tries to get himself invited to Kyle's birthday party at Casa Bonita, a Disneyland-like Mexican restaurant.
100px "All About Mormons" November 19, 2003 712 108
Stan befriends a boy and his family who are Mormons.
100px "Butt Out" December 3, 2003 713 109
The town calls in Rob Reiner to combat the spread of smoking among children after the boys are caught doing so.
100px "Raisins" December 10, 2003 714 110
The boys take Stan to Raisins, a Hooters-like restaurant after Wendy breaks up with him. Butters meets a girl who seems interested in him.
100px "It's Christmas in Canada" December 17, 2003 715 111
Kyle and the boys fly to Canada during Christmastime to see the Canadian Prime Minister after Ike's biological parents take him back to Canada.

Season 8: 2004

Screenshot Title Original airdate Production code #
100px "Good Times with Weapons" March 17, 2004 801 112
The boys buy weapons at a fair and imagine themselves as anime characters.
100px "Up the Down Steroid" March 24, 2004 803 113
Jimmy uses steroids to cheat in the Special Olympics. Cartman disguises himself as being mentally retarded to win the prize.
100px "The Passion of the Jew" March 31, 2004 804 114
Kyle develops feelings of anti-Semitism after watching Mel Gibson's The Passion of the Christ.
100px "You Got Fucked in the Ass" April 7, 2004 805 115
Stan must form a dance group to compete against rivals from Orange County in a spoof of You Got Served.
100px "AWESOM-O" April 14, 2004 802 116
Cartman pretends to be a robot so he can hear private secrets from Butters.
100px "The Jeffersons" April 21, 2004 806 117
All the children want to be friends with a rich new neighbor who is under investigation by the police.
100px "Goobacks" April 28, 2004 807 118
The town becomes angry when immigrants from the year 3045 arrive and take the residents' jobs for lower wages.
100px "Douche and Turd" October 27, 2004 808 119
Stan is forced to vote in an election for the school's new mascot.
100px "Something Wall-Mart This Way Comes" November 3, 2004 809 120
When a Wall-Mart store comes to South Park, all the independent stores go out of business.
100px "Pre-School" November 10, 2004 810 121
A face from the boys' past is paroled from jail which sends them into hiding.
100px "Quest for Ratings" November 17, 2004 811 122
The boys' school news show is in competition against a rival television program created by Craig.
100px "Stupid Spoiled Whore Video Playset" December 1, 2004 812 123
Wendy feels left out when all the fourth grade girls start acting like Paris Hilton.
100px "Cartman's Incredible Gift" December 8, 2004 813 124
Cartman gains paranormal powers and uses them to become a psychic detective for hire.
100px "Woodland Critter Christmas" December 15, 2004 814 125
Stan helps the Woodland Critters, who await the birth of their savior.

Season 9: 2005

Screenshot Title Original airdate Production code #
Mrsgarrison "Mr. Garrison's Fancy New Vagina" March 9, 2005 901 126
A sex change turns Mr. Garrison into Mrs. Garrison.
100px "Die Hippie, Die" March 16, 2005 902 127
Cartman seeks to rid South Park of its growing hippie population. Stan, Kyle, and Kenny become more like hippies.
100px "Wing" March 23, 2005 903 128
The boys start a talent agency in hopes of making money from Token.
100px "Best Friends Forever"[7] March 30, 2005 904 129
Kenny is killed by heaven after becoming master of the PSP, leaving him in a persistent vegetative state.
100px "The Losing Edge" April 6, 2005 905 130
The boys try to lose their baseball games on purpose so they can avoid playing all summer. Randy gets into training to fight the other fathers at the games.
100px "The Death of Eric Cartman" April 13, 2005 906 131
The kids of South Park agree to ignore Cartman, leading him to think he is dead.
100px "Erection Day" April 20, 2005 907 132
Jimmy starts getting erections and worries about performing in the school talent show.
100px "Two Days Before the Day After Tomorrow" October 19, 2005 908 133
A state of emergency is declared in South Park after it is announced that global warming is coming.
100px "Marjorine" October 26, 2005 909 134
Butters is forced to fake his own death to snoop in on the girls' sleepover as Marjorine, the new girl.
100px "Follow that Egg!" November 2, 2005 910 135
After learning Mr. Slave will marry Big Gay Al, Mrs. Garrison vows to stop same-sex marriage. A project involving an egg makes Stan and Kyle rivals.
100px "Ginger Kids" November 9, 2005 911 136
Cartman suffers from a mysterious and sudden onset of the 'disease' Gingervitis. He then starts a campaign to give children in his assumed position "more than equal" rights.
100px "Trapped in the Closet" November 16, 2005 912 137
Stan looks to a new religion for answers. Tom Cruise, R. Kelly, and John Travolta lock themselves in Stan's closet.
100px "Free Willzyx" November 30, 2005 913 138
A "talking" whale inspires the boys to risk everything to return him to his family on the moon.
100px "Bloody Mary" December 7, 2005 914 139
Randy's drinking problem reaches its peak. A Virgin Mary statue in a neighboring town begins to bleed from its ass.

Season 10: 2006

Screenshot Title Original airdate Production code #
100px "The Return of Chef" March 22, 2006 1001 140
Chef leaves South Park to join the "Super Adventure Club". When he returns, the boys notice there's something wrong with him.
100px "Smug Alert!" March 29, 2006 1002 141
Stan persuades everyone in town to buy hybrid cars, not realizing the new cars cause a different kind of dangerous emission.
100px "Cartoon Wars Part 1" April 5, 2006 1003 142
The town is in panic when Family Guy angers the Muslim world by attempting to air an image of Mohammed. Kyle agrees to help Cartman have the next uncensored episode pulled.
100px "Cartoon Wars Part 2" April 12, 2006 1004 143
Cartman meets with the president of FOX in an attempt to cancel Family Guy.
100px "A Million Little Fibers" April 19, 2006 1005 144
Broke and needing to pay for his rent, Towelie gets high and decides to publish his memoirs. However, every time he gets high, something goes wrong.
100px "Manbearpig" April 26, 2006 1006 145
Al Gore gets the boys trapped in Cave Of The Winds while trying to kill the purported "Manbearpig".
100px "Tsst" May 3, 2006 1007 146
When Cartman's mom realizes she can't control her son anymore, she gets help from an expert.
100px "Make Love, Not Warcraft" October 4, 2006 1008 147
The boys dedicate their lives to defeat a mad gamer and saving the World of Warcraft.
100px "Mystery of the Urinal Deuce" October 11, 2006 1009 148
Cartman "discovers" the true culprit behind the 9/11 attacks. Mr. Mackey is determined to find out who defecated in the urinal at South Park Elementary.
100px "Miss Teacher Bangs a Boy" October 18, 2006 1010 149
A South Park Elementary School teacher is conducting an illicit affair with a student. As the new School Hallway Monitor, Cartman takes it personally when an infraction is committed in his jurisdiction.
100px "Hell on Earth 2006" October 25, 2006 1011 150
Satan decides to throw a big party on Earth, but has trouble deciding who to invite. He wants to invite lots of celebrities that are alive, but is running out of room for his friends.
100px "Go God Go" November 1, 2006 1012 151
Cartman, unable to wait for the Nintendo Wii, freezes himself until it is released. After an avalanche he becomes trapped and wakes up in the future. Ms. Garrison meets Richard Dawkins.
100px "Go God Go XII" November 8, 2006 1013 152
Cartman tries to escape from the future while the war rages on between the otters and people.
100px "Stanley's Cup" November 15, 2006 1014 153
Stan's bike is towed that he needs for his paper round. To get it back he is forced to coach a pee-wee hockey team.

Season 11: 2007

Screenshot Title Original airdate Production code #
100px "With Apologies to Jesse Jackson" March 7, 2007 1101 154
Randy says niggers on Wheel of Fortune and Cartman gets into a fight with a midget.
100px "Cartman Sucks" March 14, 2007 1102 155
Cartman pulls his "best trick ever" on Butters and gets him put in a special camp where they "pray the gay away".
100px "Lice Capades" March 21, 2007 1103 156
A hair lice infection hits South Park Elementary. Can Clyde hide his terrible discovery from the others?
100px "The Snuke" March 28, 2007 1104 157
Hillary Clinton's campaign rally arrives in town. Cartman suspects a terrorist threat from the new Muslim student.
100px "Fantastic Easter Special" April 4, 2007 1105 158
Stan wonders how Easter Eggs and Jesus dying on the cross are linked. He soon falls in with an eccentric society guarding a timeless secret.
100px "D-Yikes!" April 11, 2007 1106 159
Ms. Garrison gets dumped yet again, and lets her anger out on her fourth grade class.
100px "Night of the Living Homeless" April 18, 2007 1107 160
South Park is overrun with the homeless. The boys must figure out a way to get rid of them.

Season 12: 2008

Season 13: 2009

Top 27 episodes (October 2004)

The top 27 episodes, as voted on through Comedy Central's website, are listed below. They were shown on Comedy Central on the weekend of October 22, 23, & 24 in a countdown to the number one episode. Episodes from 808 onwards had not yet been aired so were not part of this poll. Note that only the first half of season 8 had been shown so more than 50% of the thus far aired season appear in the list but under 50% of season 5 appear on the list (yet it ranks higher). Certain episodes such as Pip and Not Without My Anus were not included in the poll.

  1. 705 - Fat Butt and Pancake Head
  2. 801 - Good Times with Weapons
  3. 110 - Mr. Hankey, The Christmas Poo
  4. 614 - The Death Camp of Tolerance
  5. 502 - It Hits the Fan
  6. 613 - The Return of the Lord of the Rings to the Two Towers
  7. 404 - Timmy 2000
  8. 501 - Scott Tenorman Must Die
  9. 608 - Red Hot Catholic Love
  10. 804 - The Passion of the Jew
  11. 411 - Probably
  12. 410 - Do the Handicapped Go To Hell?
  13. 508 - Towelie
  14. 203 - Chickenlover
  15. 807 - The Jeffersons
  16. 509 - Osama Bin Laden Has Farty Pants
  17. 104 - Big Gay Al's Big Gay Boat Ride
  18. 202 - Cartman's Mom is Still a Dirty Slut
  19. 113 - Cartman's Mom is a Dirty Slut
  20. 803 - Up the Down Steroid
  21. 709 - Christian Rock Hard
  22. 704 - Cancelled
  23. 513 - Kenny Dies
  24. 209 - Chef's Chocolate Salty Balls
  25. 310 - Chinpokomon
  26. 503 - Cripple Fight
  27. 217 - Gnomes

The breakdown of episodes per season were:

Season 1: 3 episodes
Season 2: 4 episodes 
Season 3: 1 episode
Season 4: 3 episodes
Season 5: 6 episodes
Season 6: 3 episodes
Season 7: 3 episodes
Season 8: 4 episodes

Cartman's 25 Greatest Moments (October 2005)

Almost exactly one year after the "Top 27 Episodes" marathon aired, a marathon was put together focusing on the character of Eric Cartman. Like the previous marathon, the episodes that were shown were chosen by voting on Comedy Central's website[8]. These episodes were shown on the weekend of October 14, 15, & 16 in a countdown to the number one episode. Episodes from 908 onwards had not yet been aired so were not part of this poll.

  1. 501 - Scott Tenorman Must Die
  2. 101 - Cartman Gets an Anal Probe
  3. 803 - Up the Down Steroid
  4. 902 - Die Hippie, Die
  5. 107 - Pink Eye
  6. 709 - Christian Rock Hard
  7. 802 - AWESOM-O
  8. 705 - Fat Butt and Pancake Head
  9. 113 - Cartman's Mom is a Dirty Slut
  10. 906 - The Death of Eric Cartman
  11. 213 - Cow Days
  12. 102 - Weight Gain 4000
  13. 804 - The Passion of the Jew
  14. 109 - Starvin' Marvin
  15. 807 - The Jeffersons
  16. 711 - Casa Bonita
  17. 601 - Freak Strike
  18. 617 - Red Sleigh Down
  19. 302 - Spontaneous Combustion
  20. 314 - The Red Badge of Gayness
  21. 506 - Cartmanland
  22. 607 - Simpsons Already Did It
  23. 406 - Cartman Joins NAMBLA
  24. 303 - The Succubus
  25. 608 - Red Hot Catholic Love

The breakdown of episodes per season were:

Season 1: 5 episodes
Season 2: 1 episode
Season 3: 3 episodes
Season 4: 1 episode
Season 5: 2 episodes
Season 6: 4 episodes
Season 7: 3 episodes
Season 8: 4 episodes
Season 9: 2 episodes

The Hits

For the 10th anniverary of the show Comedy Central released the DVD set titled "South Park the Hits: Volume 1" featuring "Matt and Trey's 10 favorite episodes, 4 favorite fan episodes and, for the first time ever, The Spirit of Christmas animated short.[1]

The episodes on the DVD are:

The featured fan episodes are:

It's interesting to note that, even though it came in third in the Top 27 Episodes poll, Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo was not included as one of the "fan favorite" episodes.

The 10 episodes that changed the world (September 2006)

In anticipation for the premiere of the second half of South Park's tenth season on October 4, 2006, Comedy Central aired ten episodes that, according to the network's commerical promotions, "changed the world".

The only season to not have an episode in the countdown is Season 3.

A Collection of Funny Episodes (February 2007)

That's the first time they released "The Hits: Volume 1." So, Comedy Central recorded 5 episodes on the DVD Recorder with a title called "A Collection of Funny Episodes" before releasing the Season 9 on March 6th.

The episodes on the DVD Recorder are:


  1. The original version of this pilot episode contained additional scenes and a different theme song. summary. Retrieved February 27, 2006.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Episodes 113 and 202 are a story arc. Episode 201 was an April fool's joke.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Episodes 307, 308 and 309 have a fictional crossover meteor shower theme.
  4. Some video releases of Episode 314 are retitled "War".
  5. Some video releases of Episode 317 are retitled "The Brown Noise".
  6. 6.0 6.1 Episodes 410 and 411 are a story arc.
  7. This episode won an Emmy.
  8. Comedy Central voting page for Cartman's 25 Greatest Moments.


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