In the Season 17 premiere, Cartman infiltrates the National Security Agency and is upset by what he finds in his personal file. Meanwhile, Butters finds a new audience for his prayers.
The boys try to keep their parents from hurting one another by using a distraction in the form of the game "Minecraft."
Token is deemed a threat to all humanity by Cartman.
A goth kid is sent to a camp for troubled youth, but upon her return her friends find her changed in disturbing ways, so they turn to an unlikely group for help.
Ike just isn't himself lately and he and Kyle are growing apart. Kyle goes to the guidance counselor for advice, but Mr. Mackey is too busy dealing with the bugs in the school's new integrated technology system to help. Kyle decides to take Ike to a live performance of his favorite show, "Yo Gabba Gabba!" He hopes it'll make his little brother like him again.
Cartman facilitates world peace with his latest prank, which brings religious leaders to South Park to witness the fulfillment of a Biblical prophecy.
The holiday shopping season begins, and the boys try to figure out how to beat the rush at the mall for deals on gaming systems. Meanwhile, Randy gets a job as a security guard to help control the mall crowds.
Console wars escalate as throngs of shoppers push toward the mall in anticipation of Black Friday. Meanwhile, Cartman seeks revenge against Princess Kenny.
The war over gaming devices begins as the malls open for the holiday-shopping craze.
Wendy plays matchmaker by trying to pair one of her gal pals with Butters, only to end up in the counselor's office.