The series begins its ninth season.
Hippies, the bane of Cartman's existence, threaten to overrun South Park when they plan a weeklong music festival in town.
Cartman, Kenny, Stan and Kyle become talent agents with one client.
Kenny is able to purchase a gaming device that's been sold out, straining his friendship with Cartman.
The boys become bored with baseball after a long winning streak.
Butters believes he can talk to the dead.
Jimmy has trouble controlling his hormones right before the big talent show.
The town of Beaverton is flooded when a mammoth beaver dam breaks. Is global warming to blame? Only Stan and Cartman know for sure.
The boys decide to fake Butters' death and resurrect him as a girl.
Townsfolk rally against gay marriage, especially Mr. Garrison, whose ex Mr. Slave plans to wed Big Gay Al.
Ostracized for his appearance because of a case of "gingervitus," Cartman goes on a campaign against discrimination.
Religious leaders think Stan is the "Golden Child," prompting believers to camp in front of his house.
Kyle bonds with a marine-park whale and gets the boys to help try to return the creature to its family.
After his drunken-driving arrest, Stan's dad believes a visit to a bleeding statue of the Virgin Mary will cure his drinking problem.