Cartman impersonates the Tooth Fairy when he learns there's money to be made from harvesting the teeth of underprivileged kids. However, the leader of a dentists' organization sets out to stop him.
Cartman is sentenced to juvenile hall and his friends plan to get him out. Meanwhile, he begins to adjust to life on the inside.
Mr. Mackey excuses Timmy from homework when he mistakenly thinks the boy is suffering from Attention Deficit Disorder; then Cartman and his friends try to develop the same affliction.
The South Park media showers attention on a family with quintuplets that moves into the area, and Cartman befriends one of the new residents. Meanwhile, Kenny's mom tries to cash in on the excitement by planning a multiple birth of her own.
Cartman seeks online companionship from older users after deciding that Stan, Kenny and Kyle aren't mature enough.
Kyle suffers from a rare kidney disease and Cartman may be the only one who can save him, but at a high price.
Chef protests against the South Park flag and ignites a town debate that even divides the kids. Meanwhile, Wendy becomes attracted to Cartman.
Stan, Kyle, Kenny and Cartman form their own band and hold tryouts for a fifth member.
The boys, scared by Priest Maxi's threats of eternal damnation, scramble to take part in Holy Communion and their first Confession in order to "save" themselves.
Satan can't decide between his new boyfriend and his former beau, Saddam Hussein. Meanwhile, Cartman has discovered his evangelical side and tries to ensure the gang a passage to heaven.
The fearful boys speculate on the identity of their teacher as they begin the fourth grade, leading them to build a time machine to take them back to the safety of third grade.
Mr. Garrison orders a recount when the race for kindergarten president is too close to call. Meanwhile, a life form from the future appears in the school yard at South Park Elementary.
The boys work on a Thanksgiving pageant about Helen Keller and decide to use a turkey instead of a dog.
The boys' British classmate, Pip, stars in this spoof of Dickens' classic "Great Expectations," set in London.
Cartman is sent to a camp for obese youngsters by concerned family and friends. Meanwhile, Kenny has his own hit TV show, "Krazy Kenny." Also, Chef talks to the boys about prostitution.
Cartman becomes South Park's mayor when the kids take over the town.
The boys make a video Christmas card when Mr. Hankey's visit is delayed.