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South Park is an animated series featuring four boys who live in the Colorado town of South Park, which is beset by frequent odd occurrences. The show grew out of a short film that Trey Parker and Matt Stone created called The Spirit of Christmas, and has become an award-winning show that is a unique blend of humor and satire.
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  • Could Have Been Way Better

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    Could Have Been Way Better The episode paled in comparison to other, even much more boring episodes I've seen in the past. The only reason it got a 2 from me was because they revived the old "turd sandwich" joke from the old al gore vs george w bush episodes and reapplied it to directly represent Hillary. They could have put a lot work into making Garrison appear to be Trump, just the fake tan on the face wasn't enough. The situations Garrison was in were appropriate for Trumpt, but they just weren't funny. And the rest of the episode teetering on a Mystery Novel with a "who is the real skankhunt42" concept, but by the reveal it just was obvious the entire answer would be revealed later: Leading to an immediate feeling of let down. The "Member Berries" seemed tacked-on, and while clearly makes fun of people's desires to ruin old classic "good" franchises with rehashes all while ignorant that the blame lies with our own lust for nostalgia instead of relying on novel creativity. That point was clear but how it's f...
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  • The List

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    The List The episode begins with the boys finding out that the girls made a list ranking all the boys in class from best looking to ugliest. After two attempts, the boys manage to steal the list and discover what the girls think of them. The list features Clyde at #1, Stan at #3, Kenny at #7, Cartman at #15, and Kyle dead last. Kyle becomes immersed in depression and misery and realizing he is unattractive, while Clyde's ego soars as he begins acting and dressing differently as a result of his good looks. Kyle begins to hang around the ugly, unpopular kids at school. One of the ugly kids claims that being unpopular makes him so depressed that sometimes he wants to burn the school down. Kyle decides do just that.

    Stan begins to notice Kyle's behavior and starts to worry. He then goes to Wendy to ask why Kyle was voted the ugliest. She is confused that Kyle was ugliest since she herself voted for Cartman. She begins to investigate and discovers that the list was rigged. Clyde was only li...
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  • More Crap

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    More Crap The opening scene is in a doctor’s office. Randy Marsh is being looked by a doctor. After some examination, he tells Randy he is definitely constipated. Randy adds to the conversation by telling him he has not crapped in three weeks, and that he’s mostly been eating P.F. Chang’s. The doctor prescribes Randy a laxative that should help him.

    At home, Randy is attempting to pass his stool. After much work it finally comes. Randy is relieved. An on-screen notice pops up with the words “AWARD WINING EMMY SERIES,” accompanied by an Emmy statue. When he gets up and looks down at his crap, he’s amazed at how big it is. One by one, the rest of his family enter the bathroom where Randy is now showcasing his pride. Sharon and Shelly don’t see what’s so great about it. Before he flushes it, Randy tells Stan to get Jimbo, just so he has proof of his giant crap when he’s at the bar.

    Later, Randy enters the town bar and is welcomed by the other guys. Jimbo tells everyone...
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  • Le Petit Tourette

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    Le Petit Tourette The episode begins at Toy Safari, where Cartman is in aisle 3 with the action figures. He begins to look at several wrestling figurines as a boy behind them begins to blurt out various obscenities. Soon after a clerk from Toy Safari questions the boy's mother, to which she tells him her son has Tourette's Syndrome, a neurological disorder. Cartman takes his toy and waits in line to check-out. The young boy with TS, who is named Thomas, waits behind Cartman with his mother. After several tics, or involuntary utterances, from Thomas, Cartman turns around and addresses the boy. Thomas' mother quickly defends her son, telling Cartman, along with slowly gathering crowd that Thomas cannot help what he says. This is amazing news to Cartman. As Thomas and his mother leave the store, Cartman is already dreaming and singing of the possibilities.

    Some days later, Cartman and his mother are at the Colorado Neurology Center. A doctor is examining Cartman as Liane explains what has...
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  • Smug Alert!

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    Smug Alert! The episode begins with Gerald Broflovski getting a new hybrid car which causes him to smugly drive around town preaching about environmental awareness. He soon becomes an outcast, as the townspeople do not like his smugness. Gerald moves the family to San Francisco, the smuggest city in America.

    Stan is horrified that his best friend is leaving South Park but Gerald tells him that the Broflovskis will only be able to live in South Park once everyone is as environmentally aware as they are. Stan begins to write a song which he hopes will convince everybody in South Park to buy hybrid cars.

    Menawhile, Cartman is thrilled that Kyle is moving away. He even throws a going away party for Kyle (which Kyle isn't invited to). Stan tells Cartman that without Kyle to rip on, his life will become empty and hollow. Cartman claims he already has Butters to fill the void.

    Stan's song is a success, and all of South Park buys hybrids and everyone begins driving around and be...
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  • Goobacks

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    Goobacks Something strange happens on Interstate 285. A glowing ball of lightning opens, and out steps a small, thin, man. He tries to cross the highway in heavy traffic. Meanwhile, the boys offer to shovel a neighbor’s driveway, but Stan, Kyle & Kenny do all the work while Cartman talks on his cell phone. A fight ensues, so the boys go inside the neighbor’s house to get a bandage when they see a special news report. They hear that a time-traveler has landed outside of South Park and has been hit by a car. The time-traveler says he came to the present looking for work because the future is too over-populated and jobs are scarce. Soon, another man arrives from the future, also looking for work. Gradually, more and more time-travelers begin arriving.

    During the next snowfall, the boys once again go to their neighbor’s to shovel her driveway, but she already gave the job to the time-traveling immigrants, who are willing to do the job for just 25 cents. They see every driveway has...
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  • AWESOM-O

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    AWESOM-O Butters is at home when a large, mysterious box is delivered to his doorstep. He opens it, and out steps AWESOM-O 4000, a robot with Cartman’s voice, who says he was sent to Butters from Japan to be his new best friend. AWESOM-O tells Butters that he should share all his secrets with him. Butters tells AWESOM-O that he has to wear a diaper and take anal suppositories because of a medical condition, and that he gets bullied by Cartman at school.

    Cartman is just about to embarrass Butters by revealing that he is AWESOM-O, when Butters explains that if Cartman bullies him again, he’ll show everyone the videotape he made of Cartman singing and dancing dressed as Britney Spears. Cartman becomes obsessed with finding the videotape, but he’s stuck in his role as AWESOM-O, and has to spend time with Butters. They play ball, see a movie, eat, and do everything together. Mr. and Mrs. Stotch think Cartman and Butters are just having fun; they don’t realize that Butters believes A...
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  • You Got F**ked in the Ass

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    You Got F**ked in the Ass The boys are playing outside when a group of Orange County kids walk up, turn on a boom box, dance, and tell them they just “got served”. The boys have no idea what just happened, so they visit Chef looking for an explanation. Chef keeps assuring them they are all okay, and calls their parents to inform them of the events.

    At dinner that night, Stan’s mom tells his dad about the boys being served that day. Randy Marsh is angry that Stan and his friends didn’t accept the dance challenge. When Stan protests that he doesn’t know how to dance, his dad tells him to get out in the garage so he can teach him some moves. Randy puts in a Billy Ray Cyrus CD and begins performing a line dance for Stan.

    The next day the boys are walking along when the same group of OC kids approaches them. Once again, they begin to dance, and a crowd gathers to watch. Stan turns off their music and slips the Billy Ray Cyrus CD into the boom box, and begins to do the line dance his dad t...
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  • The Passion of the Jew

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    The Passion of the Jew The boys are playing together when Kyle and Cartman begin to argue. Cartman brings up the fact that Kyle is Jewish, and he tells Kyle about the movie, The Passion of the Christ and how Mel Gibson says Jews are the devil. Cartman really rubs it in Kyle’s face about how popular The Passion of the Christ was, and taunts Kyle about how he must be scared to see the film, because he’s scared of the truth.

    Kyle decides to see the film. While he watches, he cringes and hides his eyes because of the violence. At the end of the movie, Kyle wonders how the Jews could do such a horrible thing to Jesus. Kyle goes to see Cartman and tells him he was right. Cartman kneels and prays to Mel Gibson.

    Stan and Kenny notice how many people have gone to see the film, so they watch it too. They think the movie sucked, and demand their money back, saying it was no more than a glorified snuff film. The attendant refuses to refund their money, and tells them to see Mel Gibson if th...
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  • Up the Down Steroid

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    Up the Down Steroid Timmy and Jimmy invite the guys to watch them compete in the Special Olympics. They are in the gym training for their events, when someone offers Jimmy steroids, and Jimmy decides to try them as a performance enhancer.

    Cartman reads the Special Olympics brochure and realizes that they award a $1000 prize to the best athlete. He wants to pretend to be mentally challenged so he can compete and win. The other boys think it’s awful, and Kyle yells at Cartman angrily, but Cartman reminds him that if Kyle tells anyone, he’ll be labeled a tattletale. Cartman does research and prepares to act mentally retarded.

    Jimmy is injecting himself with steroids when his father knocks on the door, so he quickly stuffs the drugs into a bag and hides them in his closet. When he opens the door, his father ushers in Jimmy’s girlfriend, Nancy, for a study date. Jimmy’s dad leaves them alone to study. Meanwhile, the boys are playing basketball, when Cartman appears, trying his best...
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