The gang seizes upon an opportunity to make money with a weight-loss program that's sweeping the country.
The boys head to Aspen, where the slopes are superb and Stan gets into a showdown with the lodge's expert skier.
The gang decides to put Butters up as a guest on a talk show thinking that they will get special favors.
After learning how veal is made, the boys try to save some calves from the slaughterhouse.
The boys look forward to the newest Terrance and Phillip movie.
When Butters is rejected by the kids, his alter ego Professor Chaos is unleashed.
Cartman and the gang fear that they may have accidentally caused a death.
A priest visits South Park to find out why church attendance is down; the boys protest the tinkering of their favorite movies.
The boys try to prevent filmmakers from remaking their movies, but their efforts are mistaken for a campaign for the release of an infamous criminal.
When Bebe starts to mature physically, the boys behave so boorishly that their friendships are almost ruined.
Media stories about kidnappings drive South Park parents to extreme measures, such as building a wall around the town to keep out predators.
Trying to find Kenny in Heaven, the boys discover that Saddam Hussein may have hidden weapons there.
While returning "The Lord of the Rings" to the video store, the boys accidentally get a hold of a steamy porno tape.
The boys are sent to a camp where cultural sensitivity is taught.
Cartman takes desperate measures to try to rid himself of Kenny's spirit, including traveling to Scotland.
Stan is forced to look at his life 30 years in the future; Cartman tries to launch a new business.
Cartman tries to score some points with Santa Claus by asking him to deliver presents to the needy children in Iraq.