The 15th season begins with the launch of a revolutionary tablet computer, though Cartman is feeling left out of the technology craze.
Jimmy hosts the Special Ed department's inaugural Comedy Awards, but a comment about the Germans' sense of humor gets the school in hot water.
Canadian-born Ike shares his country's obsession with a royal wedding and offers his services when the princess-to-be is abducted.
Cartman is sent to anger-management therapy when he's upset after personal information about the boys is posted on the school bulletin board.
Cartman hatches a plan to help babies who are born addicted to drugs
Butters gets diagnosed with multiple personality disorder, and he's prescribed medication.
Stan's outlook on life begins to change after his 10th birthday, but it also affects his friendships with the other kids, who find they have little in common with him anymore.
Stan's stuck in an abnormal rut; Cartman suspects he has Asperger's syndrome.
Cartman fancies himself an agent of the U.S. Border Patrol when the boys play Texans vs. Mexicans.
A hacker wreaks havoc with gossipy Web posts on a site called "The South Park Elementary Eavesdropper."
Randy turns into a huge fan of Broadway shows after he takes Sharon to see a hit musical in Denver.
Cartman's lack of physical fitness makes him a target for the other kids' scorn.
The boys learn what really happened at the first Thanksgiving—including an extraterrestrial presence—from a TV documentary.
In the 15th-season finale, the arrest of Kenny's parents sends him and his two siblings into the foster-care system, but the situation creates a dilemma for Cartman, who is left without a target to mock for being the poorest kid in school.