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The 25 Best South Park Episodes Ever!

This show has warped our fragile little minds!

Let’s continue our 25 fave episodes of South Park…

17 – “ManBearPig”

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  • Season -10
  • Episode – 6
  • First Aired – 26 April 2006
  • Writer & Director – Trey Parker

What’s it About?

The boys end up helping Al Gore rid the world of “Manbearpig,” only to find themselves abandoned by this less-than-average politician.

16 – “The Death of Eric Cartman”

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  • Season – 9
  • Episode – 6
  • First Aired – 13 April 2005
  • Writer & Director – Trey Parker

What’s it About?

Stan, Kyle and Kenny (along with the rest of the 4th Grade) have had enough of Cartman and ignore him, which leads him to think he has died and has become a ghost. Cartman tries to get into heaven by doing “good deeds”, but fails in the end.

15 – “Pinewood Derby”

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  • Season – 13
  • Episode – 6
  • First Aired – 15 April 2009
  • Writer & Director – Trey Parker

What’s it About?

Randy is determined that Stan will win this year’s Pinewood Derby. He comes up with a plan that will assure Stan a first place trophy. At the finals, Stan lies at the check-in table (with Randy’s coaching), saying that he used only the parts in the approved Pinewood Derby kit. He wins first place, setting a new speed record; at the same time, the car shoots off the track and into space, reaching warp speed. A spaceship lands in South Park, but it’s pilot is a supposed intergalactic criminal demands that Stan and Randy build him a new warp drive while holding the entire planet at gunpoint. Everyone believes that they can do it using only the approved kit.

14 – “A Nightmare on Face Time”

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  • Season – 16
  • Episode – 12
  • First Aired – 24 October 2012
  • Writer & Director – Trey Parker

What’s it About?

The boys are all ready to dress up as their favourite foursome, the Avengers, for Halloween. After months of planning their costumes, at the last-minute Randy tells Stan he can’t go trick or treating with his friends. Instead, Stan has to pitch in and help his father with a new business venture a Blockbuster Video franchise.

13 – “Cartman Joins NAMBLA”

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  • Season – 4
  • Episode – 5
  • First Aired – 21 June 2000
  • Writer – Trey Parker
  • Director – Eric Stough

What’s it About?

Cartman, in search of more mature friends, accidentally joins the “North American Man/Boy Love Association”, and puts all the boys of South Park in jeopardy as a result. Meanwhile, Kenny tries to stop his mother and father from having another baby.

12 – “Asspen”

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  • Season – 6
  • Episode – 2
  • First Aired – 13 March 2002
  • Writer & Director – Trey Parker

What’s it About?

A parody of a number of 80s movies in this episode we see the kids and their families take a vacation together in Aspen. However, the parents get stuck in an endless timeshare presentation, and Stan is forced into a showdown with a cocky skier.

11 – “Go God Go” & “Go God Go XII”

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  • Season – 10
  • Episodes – 12 & 13
  • First Aired – 1st & 8th November 2006
  • Writer & Director – Trey Parker

What’s it About?

Impatient for the impending release of the Nintendo Wii, Cartman freezes himself so the time will elapse faster. He is later unfrozen five hundred years in the future.

10 – “Cartmanland”

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  • Season – 5
  • Episode – 6
  • First Aired – 25 July 2001
  • Writer & Director – Trey Parker

What’s it About?

Kyle develops a deadly hemorrhoid and begins to lose his faith in God when Cartman inherits $1 million from his grandmother, which he uses to buy his own amusement park.

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Written by Jay

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