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The 25 Best South Park Episodes Ever!

This show has warped our fragile little minds!

With South Park celebrating its 20th anniversary on recently it seems only right to show our appreciation like we did for the Simpsons a few years ago and choose our 25 favourite episodes.

Like the previous post it took a while to whittle it down to our 25 fave episodes, but it was good fun as we had to re-watch so many episodes of South Park again.

A little about South Park

The show first aired on 13th August 1997 and was created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone. It’s the show that gave us the memorable characters of Cartman, Kyle, Randy Marsh, a gay Satan and a singing poo! It gave us memorable quotes like “Oh my God! He’s killed Kenny” and “Respect my authoritah”. Nothing is off-limits, not even religion. It’s so cleverly written and it really isn’t scared to cause offense or tackle any subject and it’s pure satirical genius!

Can you believe that they can create an episode from scratch sometimes between 3-4 days!

Now after 20 seasons and a motion picture under its belt, South Park is ready for season 21 and beyond. Hats off to all at South Park!

So here we are we finally did it and we need to publish this post asap as this list might change again by next month. So we proudly present our 25 Best South Park Episodes Ever!

25 – “Raising the Bar”

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  • Season – 16
  • Episode – 9
  • First Aired – 3rd October 2012
  • Writer & Director – Trey Parker

What’s it About?

In the episode, Cartman comes to accept that he is obese. However, rather than resolving to lose weight, he concludes that he is entitled to use a mobility scooter for transportation. This attitude is embraced by other obese people throughout the country, including reality television personality and pageant participant Alana “Honey Boo Boo” Thompson, who is eventually pitted against Cartman in a spaghetti-wrestling match on the White House South Lawn. While Kyle worries that the standards of decency are deteriorating, James Cameron ventures into the ocean depths to find and raise the societal bar to a higher level.

24 – “Spookyfish”

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  • Season – 2
  • Episode – 15
  • First Aired – 28 October 1998
  • Writer & Director – Trey Parker

What’s it About?

Aunt Flo comes to stay, but her goldfish she bought for Stan Marsh turns out to be evil from a parallel universe and starts killing people.A nice version of Cartman visits from the same parallel universe. Presented in SPOOKY-VISION!

23 – “Starvin’ Marvin”

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  • Season – 1
  • Episode – 8
  • First Aired – 19 November 1997
  • Writer – Trey Parker
  • Director – Trey Parker

What’s it About?

While trying to get a free promotional digital sports watch, the boys end up contacting an organization that helps starving children in Africa. Mistaking Cartman for a starving African child, government authorities send him to Ethiopia. Adding chaos to confusion, a flock of wild turkeys revolt after their treatment at the hands of the local genetic engineer. South Park is at the mercy of genetically altered turkeys.

22 – “Mecha-Streisand”

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  • Season – 1
  • Episode– 12
  • First Aired – 18 February 1998
  • Writer – Trey Parker, , Philip Stark and Matt Stone
  • Director – Trey Parker

What’s it About?

The dawn of Zinthar is at hand! The boys’ discovery of a prehistoric relic which Barbra Streisand uses to transform herself into a giant monster and threatens to destroy South Park and the world. Help is on the way however, in the form of an award-winning actor, a celebrated movie critic and a rock superstar. But are they enough to overcome the terror of Mecha-Streisand?

Yes, the plot is that crazy!

21 – “Gnomes”

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  • Season – 2
  • Episode – 17
  • First Aired – 16 December 1998
  • Writer -Pam Brady, Trey Parker and Matt Stone
  • Director – Trey Parker

What’s it About?

Tweek, assigned to write a current events 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.

20 – “Sexual Harassment Panda”

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  • Season – 3
  • Episode – 6
  • First Aired –  7 July 1999
  • Writer -Trey Parker
  • Director – Eric Stough

What’s it About?

Everyone in South Park is suing everyone else in South Park after the school gets a visit from Petey the Sexual Harassment Panda, having used the message for the wrong reasons.

19 – “The Coon”

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  • Season – 13
  • Episode – 2
  • First Aired – 18 March 2009
  • Writer & Director – Trey Parker

What’s it About?

“The Coon” (Cartman) rises from the trash and takes his place as a lone vigilante who wipes out crime in the town of South Park. A rival superhero appears on the scene in the form of “Mysterion” and challenges the Coon’s place as a “symbol” for the town.

18 – “It Hits the Fan!”

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  • Season – 5
  • Episode – 1
  • First Aired – 20 June 2001
  • Writer & Director – Trey Parker

What’s it About?

Society is almost destroyed when a popular television show uses the word “shit” on the air. 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”. This episode comes with a curse word counter in the corner of the screen.

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Written by Jay

A caffeine based life form. Current Editor-in-Chief here at Joyenergizer.

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