In the 14th-season premiere, scientific testing reveals that some of the fourth-grade boys are sex addicts.
After being assigned to read a book that was once banned, the boys are inspired to collaborate on one of their own.
When a store selling medical marijuana opens on the site of Cartman's favorite fried-chicken joint, Randy is first in line to buy some weed. But he can't because he's completely healthy. Meanwhile, Cartman will stop at nothing to get the restaurant back.
Kyle turns to Stan for help with a Facebook crisis.
South Park is the target of a class-action lawsuit on behalf of all the vengeful celebrities who have been mocked by the town.
The identity of Cartman's dad is on everyone's mind despite threats from the ginger kids about Muhammad and enraged celebrities who have harnessed the power of Mecha Streisand.
Jimmy and Timmy go to summer camp with a winner-take-all attitude in a variety of contests, including Jimmy's participation in a surfing competition. Towelie faces an intervention for his addictions.
Cartman's dream to become a NASCAR driver comes true, with Butters as his pit boss.
Randy spearheads the town's defense when "Jersey Shore"-inspired Garden State residents are threatening to take over the entire country.
Stan talks to Mr. Mackey about his hoarding disorder, but learns the guidance counselor has problems with the same compulsion.
The Coon leads a group of crimefighters who spring into action to help victims of another drilling catastrophe in the Gulf.
The identity of Mysterion is revealed when the Coon, abandoned by his crime-fighting cohorts, seeks revenge in the Gulf.
Cthulhu does Cartman's bidding, leaving Coon & Friends at his mercy; Kenny's curse presents a dilemma.
In the 14th-season finale, Randy's addiction to the Food Network has a detrimental effect on his family.