An episode featuring Terrance and Phillip, who must save Canada from Saddam Hussein.
Chef and the boys rush to the hospital to check on Mephesto, who's gunned down just as he's set to reveal the identity of Cartman's father. Meanwhile, the townspeople search for the gunman and battle a snowstorm.
The boys try to circumvent a delicate surgical procedure set to be performed on Kyle's brother as part of a tradition begun by their Jewish ancestors. Meanwhile, Mr. Mackey is cut from his job after he botches a lecture on drugs.
Chaos ensues on the streets of South Park as the town is overcome by a crime wave that leaves scores of chickens assaulted. And Officer Barbrady's no help...because he's resigned.
Kyle's terrified after an injury sustained during a dodgeball game sends him to the nurse---a conjoined twin with an unusual medical condition. Meanwhile, Pip leads the dodgeball team to the world championships in China.
Jimbo and Ned launch a TV hunting show, which goes head-to-head with "Jesus and Pals," the popular cable-access series.
The boys put twists on events such as the attempted assassination of a talk-show host and a fight with Death as their bus hangs off a cliff. Meanwhile, Ms. Crabtree finds fame when she goes to look for help.
The mayor devises a plan to make the town's Fourth of July celebration memorable, despite a ban on fireworks; and Mr. Hat vanishes, causing Mr. Garrison to visit a therapist.
Hollywood pooh-bahs in town for a film festival try to sign Mr. Hankey to a movie deal after their upscale cuisine disrupts the sewage system and nearly destroys him. Meanwhile, locals are up in arms over the movie-industry event.
The town faces an outbreak of chicken pox.
Stan, Kyle and Kenny gravitate toward a new planetarium; and Cartman auditions to be the star of "Les Miserables."
The boys each build a clubhouse---and Stan is eager to have Wendy over for a game of "truth or dare." However, his parents' separation interferes with his plans.
During South Park's annual rodeo, the boys compete in a bull-riding contest. Meanwhile, the cows find religion.
Chef invites some of his well-known musician friends to participate in a benefit concert after he loses all of his money in a lawsuit. Meanwhile, the boys join the workforce to help him get out of debt.
Stan fears his pet fish may be involved with a rash of unsolved murders that occur on Halloween. Meanwhile, Cartman starts killing people---with kindness, even going so far as to appreciate Wendy's liberal views.
The boys go to Cartman's grandmother's house for a holiday feast that's also attended by Cartman's uncle (an escaped con) and the police.
The boys work on a project with a high-strung kid whose parents' coffee shop faces strong competition from a conglomerate that hopes to set up in South Park.
The boys unearth a prehistoric man frozen in ice, but the discovery jeopardizes Stan and Kyle's friendship when they argue over what to name him.