The boys realize they may have made history of some sort when Cartman utters an expletive.
The boys join the Mountain Scouts with Timmy, who winds up in a fight with Jimmy in a supermarket parking lot.
A magician persuades Kenny, Cartman and Kyle to join his cult, and their journey lands them in Washington, D.C.
Radiohead plays a role in Cartman's plan for revenge against an eighth-grader who wronged him.
The boys are devastated to learn that their heroes Terrence and Phillip have broken up.
Cartman uses his $1 million inheritance to open his own amusement park.
The impulsive implementation of sex-education classes at school leads to an all-out battle between the boys and the girls.
The gang tries to protect a new resident in South Park from the government.
The boys decide to get into the patriotic spirit by heeding the President's advice to send money to the children of Afghanistan. But their spirits sour when they receive a package back and their mail becomes the focus of Government investigators.
As a prank, Cartman somehow gets Kenny's picture pasted on milk cartons as a missing child, which soon backfires on him.
Kyle is embarrassed by his cousin, Kyle, and tries to think of ways to avoid him in front of his friends.
Kyle, Stan, Kenny and Cartman have a run-in with Token, the town's only rich kid. In retaliation, Token encourages other wealthy people to move into the neighborhood.
Cartman discovers the benefits of stem-cell research.
Butters looks forward to his parents' anniversary dinner despite his mother's reaction to his father's secret extracurricular activities.