South Park

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Season 1 episodes (13)

1 Cartman Gets An Anal Probe
While the boys are waiting for the school bus, Cartman explains the odd nightmare he had the previous night involving alien visitors abducting him from his bed. Meanwhile Kyle and Stan try to convince Cartman that the dream was in fact a reality.
2 Volcano
The boys get together with Stan's Uncle Jimbo and Jimbo's war-buddy Ned for a hunting trip in the nearby mountains. After Cartman's mom makes sure her "little" boy is safe and sound (much to Cartman's dismay) the group heads off for adventure. As they drive away from the town, Jimbo explains the "finer" points of hunting.
3 Weight Gain 4000
Mr. Garrison starts the day off with a special announcement; one of South Park's own has won a national essay contest. Everyone is shocked to learn that the winner is Cartman, who doesn't even remember what he wrote about.
4 Big Gay Al's Big Gay Boat Ride
Stan's got a new dog-named Sparky. Stan proclaims his pet to be the toughest dog on the mountain. Though while Stan thinks his dog is ready for fighting, Sparky proceeds to hump Sylvester like a little bitch. The other boys taunt Stan about his gay dog and Sparky runs away to find someone who will love him for who he is.
5 An Elephant Makes Love to A Pig
Stan notices a new addition in their bus stop crew, an elephant standing alongside Kyle. At school, class lessons for the day involve genetic engineering (conveniently enough). Kyle questions the possibility of a genetically engineered elephant made smaller by design. The boys have to beat the rough kids in their genetics experiment, and will try anything to do it.
6 Death
"Happy Birthday" to Stan's Grandpa Marsh who just turned 102. How does the wizened Mr. Marsh feel about his birthday? He sums it up in five words; "I wish I were dead." and proceeds trying to end his life enlisting Stan to do it for him. However, Stan is aware of a very important thing if he kills his grandfather, he'd be in trouble, and if he's in trouble he can't watch Terrance and Phillip.
7 Pink Eye
The first Halloween episode starts off with the failure of the Mir Space Station, which crashes right on Kenny. An ambulance comes and takes his body off to the morgue. The boys start to brag about their Halloween costumes. At the morgue, a freak accident involving a bottle of Worcestershire occurs, and next thing you know Kenny is a member of the undead.
8 Starvin' Marvin
The four boys are at Cartman's house watching the "Terrance & Philip Thanksgiving Special" on television. During a break from the show, a Sally Struthers commercial convinces the boys that the prospect of a free "Taiko" sport watch with a five-dollar donation is irresistible. Typical greedy American youth. So Stan dials in, using his mother's credit card number and makes their donation.
9 Mr. Hankey the Christmas Poo
South Park Elementary is on stage rehearsing for the schools play. Kyle begins to sing a song about Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo. Of course, no one has any idea what the heck he's singing about. Kyle explains that Mr. Hankey comes every year to all the good boys and girls who have a lot of fiber in their diet. Everyone thinks he's insane and sends him to a mental institute.
10 Damien
Eric is handing out invitations to his birthday party at school. Mr. Garrison informs them all that there is a new student joining the class. Announcing to all that he is Damien, the son of Satan. Even as Damien demonstrates his demonic powers the children are more loathsome than impressed.
11 Tom's Rhinoplasty
Wendy and Stan discuss their plans for romance. Principal Victoria comes into the classroom and announces that Mr. Garrison is going to be out and that a substitute will be taking his place. The lovely Miss Ellen speaks to Stan and he pukes all over his desk. Wendy is upset because Stan only pukes when he is in love and has Mrs. Ellen arrested for being a spy.
12 Mecha Streisand
The boys meet up with Barbara Streisand who wants to take over the world with Kyle's discovery and an archaeological dig. Leonard Maltin, Sydney Potier, and Robert Smith come to the rescue to defeat Bab's and her terrible destruction.
13 Cartman's Mom is a Dirty Slut
Cartman needs to find out who his father is but his mom is no help. Learning that his father could be one of the many people that his mom "had relations" with during an annual party called "The Drunken Barn Dance," he finds that there's more to his mother then he thought.

About this show

Relive the dawn of the South Park era, with legendary episodes of the groundbreaking, Emmy Award-winning animated classic. Follow everyones favorite troublemakers Stan, Kyle, Cartman and Kenny--from the very beginning of their unforgettable adventures.

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1.73K reviews
A Google user
August 11, 2016
Brings back moments when I took some quick and dirty cheap intro. courses with the Scientology group. Back then,I didn't have the funds nor the inclination to go up "the bridge" just to get to the ultimate disappointing truth of human existence..LOL. Then again, as far-fetched it may seem, the idea that the Earth was a dumping ground and that beings dumped into volcanoes,far-off lands, and islands has been reiterated again and again throughout human history.
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November 6, 2016
One of the only shows left that doesn't insult my intelligence with dumbed down, lackluster writing that's so haphazardly slapped together that they need a laugh track to tell the mindless drones who enjoy watching that crap what's funny and when they're supposed to laugh. Personally, the only thing I'll watch with a laugh track is the Flintstones. Plus, since around seasons 4 & 5 they've really stepped up their game bringing in more intellectually stimulating plot lines and character back stories.
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David Gofsky
September 30, 2015
I really got into this show about 6 years ago and since then it has become my favorite show of all time. Matt Stone and Trey Parker are comic geniuses and they have only gotten better over the years at crafting hilarious and often thought-provoking episodes. Some people I talk to about the show say that they don't like it because it's profane or ridiculous. But I think they must be looking at just the surface of the show. Beneath the surface is a rich tapestry of comedy, satire, parody, and astute social/political commentary. And yeah, sure, sometimes there's just some silly, good old-fashioned fun, which really just goes to show that the show's creators don't take themselves too seriously. Surely this show is a great beacon of light in a sometimes bleak world.
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