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South Park! Best Episodes Ever!!!!

Updated on May 25, 2010

With Apologies to Jesse Jackson

Probably the funniest episode ever!! With two hilarious story lines this episode starts when Stan becomes a social outcast after his father Randy says "the N-Word" on national television, but Michael Richards and Mark Furhman come to Randy's rescue. Cartman has a run-in with a little-person teaching sensitivity training at the elementary school, but if you know Cartman you know that he says whatever pops into his head and when he sees the little-person he cant contain himself.

Make Love Not Warcraft

When the boys get obsessed with world of warcraft and a new stronger warrior enters the game killing all their players they decided to play non-stop to get to the level of their evil nemesis. However in doing so they lose touch with reality and it shows just what happens to people who become a little game crazy!

A.W.S.E.M.- O.

Cartman decides to play a trick on Butters by pretending to be a robot so he can find out all his Butters dark secrets, however in doing so he discovers that Butters has a dark secret of Cartmans. Now Cartman must play along as the robot for days until hes alble to find the evidence Butters is holding against him.

Up the Down Steroid

 Jimmy begins using steroids to improve his chances in the special Olympics and looses control. Meanwhile, Cartman disguises himself as a handicapped boy so he can enter as well and win the cash prize. However Cartman soon realizes that even handicapped people are in more athletic shape than he is.


When Stan becomes inconsolable after Wendy breaks up with him the boys decide to take him to a place called Raisins (A Child Like HOOTERS), once there Butters develops a crush on a sexy waitress at the restaurant but soon learns the hard way that some girls will flirt with you just to get tips not because they actually like you.

The Jeffersons

Michael Jackson moves to South Park but tries to conceal his identity by calling himself Mr.Jefferson though the adults in South Park start to take notice that Mr.Jefferson is a little to interested in spending alot of time with their kids and local cops try to frame him because he is a rich black man.


The First Episode that introduces the Classic Character Towelie ,a towel that is addicted to weed and constantly getting high, in the episode the boys try to rescue their new video game system from the hands of a government agency who have stolen in, with the help of Towelie they go on their mission.

The Return of the Fellowship of the Ring to the Two Towers

The boys are playing Lord of the Rings and are given a quest by Stans parents, the quest is to take a video tape of "The Lord Of the Rings" back to the Video store however when Randy and Sharon realize too late that the box they have sent with the boys contains a particularly dirty porno rather than a copy of "The Lord Of The Rings." As the parents race to stop them in time, the boys realize the tape they have has a strange power over people.


Eric's mom turns to a "dog whisperer" as a last resort to turn him to a good little boy. The whisperer is successful in making Eric calm and submissive by using hilarious techniques which seem to work very well on both canines and Eric, but he may have also turned him into a repressed killer......

Casa Bonita

When Kyle has a Birthday party at Casa Bonita and is only allowed to invite 3 friends he decides to invite Butters instead of Cartman. Now Casa Bonita is like a Mexican Disneyland, at least that's what Cartman calls it. When he finds out he cant go he goes a little crazy and will stop at nothing to get invited to Kyles party and I mean NOTHING!!!


This episode takes the boys on a trip to imaginationland, where every idea and creature that has ever been imagined is kept. Now we all have good and evil things we've imagined and in the land the good and bad are divided but a large wall, but when things go terribly wrong and the wall gets blown up by terrorists the evil creatures on imagination land come out to destroy all the good! Since each south park episode has a second sub storyline this one is about how cartman bets Kyle that he saw a leprechaun and they are real, once Kyle sees the leprechaun he now now under legal obligation to suck Cartman's balls, and Cartman is not going to let him get away without paying up!! HILARIOUS!!

Scott Tenorman Must Die

 Cartman plans to get revenge when an older boy cons him out of money. However when all of Cartmans normal tricks arnt working he decides to take his revenge to another level in which no one ever wants to mess Cartman again!! 

Ginger Kids

 Cartman leads a horrible vendetta against kids with red hair and freckles , until Stan and Kyle decide to teach him a lesson and  play a prank that makes him think he is one of them.


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    • Shadesbreath profile image


      8 years ago from California

      I'm with you both on Towelie. I know that was a hugely popular episode, but I was just sort of so-so on it. It was funny, but not my favorite for sure. I'm pretty much with you on all the rest, and, joy of joys, I have not seen the Raisins one. Somehow that got past me, so, now I have that to look forward too. (Or else I forgot it, but, seems like I'd remember that.)

    • Glimmer515 profile imageAUTHOR


      8 years ago from Never Never Land

      lol, I will admit Towelie isnt my fav character either but i know it is one of the characters that stick with everyone so i have to give him props. and Scott Tenorman is so many peoples favorite, I show that episode to people who have never scene the show to get them hooked :)

    • Edweirdo profile image


      8 years ago from United States

      Great list, Glimmer! I can't stand Towelie, but otherwise you got my faves on there!

      "Scott Tenorman" is probably my fave episode ever, and any Butters-focused show is nearly always great!


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