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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…

9 – “How to Eat with Your Butt”

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  • Season – 5
  • Episode – 10
  • First Aired – 14 November 2001
  • Writer & Director – Trey Parker

What’s it About?

Cartman puts a picture of Kenny’s butt on a milk carton as a prank, but is disturbed when a couple arrives in South Park claiming it was a picture of their missing son.

8 – “Fat Butt and Pancake Head”

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  • Season – 7
  • Episode – 3
  • First Aired – 16 April 2003
  • Writer & Director – Trey Parker

What’s it About?

Cartman’s hand puppet Jennifer Lopez gets major publicity, which angers the real Jennifer Lopez. South Park will never be the same after Jennifer & Ben Affleck come to town.

7 – “You Have 0 Friends”

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  • Season – 14
  • Episode – 4
  • First Aired
  • Writer & Director

What’s it About?

Kyle “friends” the wrong person on Facebook and now all of his old friends are deserting him. His situation is desperate. Kyle looks for help from the one person who has always been there for him. Stan gets sucked into Facebook ‘Tron’ style.

6 -“Over Logging”

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  • Season – 12
  • Episode – 6
  • First Aired – 16 April 2008
  • Writer & Director – Trey Parker

What’s it About?

One day the citizens of South Park wake up to find the internet is gone. When Randy hears there may still be some internet out in California, he packs up his family and heads west.

5 – “Le Petit Tourette”

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  • Season –  11
  • Episode – 8
  • First Aired – 3 October 2007
  • Writer & Director -Trey Parker

What’s it About?

Cartman discovers the joys of Tourette’s syndrome, and Kyle tries to stop his evil plan.

4 – “Scott Tenorman Must Die”

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  • Season – 5
  • Episode – 4
  • First Aired – 11 July 2001
  • Writer – Trey Parker
  • Director – Eric Stough

What’s it About?

Cartman plans an elaborate revenge when an older boy named Scott Tenorman cons him out of money. He then resorts to his deadliest plan yet.

3 – “Awesom-O”

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  • Season – 8
  • Episode – 5
  • First Aired – 14 April 2004
  • Writer & Director – Trey Parker

What’s it About?

Cartman dresses up like a robot named AWESOM-O and moves in with Butters. His plan is to learn all of Butters’ innermost secrets and then use them against him. While Butters is thrilled to have found a new best friend, the U.S. Army believes AWESOM-O is a new secret weapon and Hollywood is after the phony robot to develop their next big blockbuster.

2 – “Good Times with Weapons”

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  • Season – 8
  • Episode – 1
  • First Aired – 17 March 2004
  • Writer & Director – Trey Parker

What’s it About?

The boys are transformed into anime Japanese warriors after they buy martial arts weapons at a local market. Their sworn enemy, Professor Chaos, confronts them and a highly stylized battle ensues.

Bonus: “Let’s Fighting Love” Chorus

“Hey hey let’s go! Kenka suru
Taisetsu na mono o protect my balls
Boku ga warui so let’s fighting
Let’s fighting love
Let’s fighting love”

1 – “Make Love, Not Warcraft”

© Comedy Central
  • Season – 10
  • Episode – 8
  • First Aired – 4 October 2006
  • Writer & Director – Trey Parker

What’s it About?

There’s trouble in the online gaming world when a mad gamer won’t play by the rules. The boys dedicate their lives to defeating the renegade and saving the World of Warcraft.

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Written by Jay

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

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