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The following is a complete list of episodes for the Comedy Central series South Park.

The creators, producers, directors, writers and lead voice actors of South Park -- Trey Parker and Matt Stone --made two short animated films about four boys in 1992 and 1995. The second one became a cult sensation and one of the first viral videos on the internet. Trey and Matt followed its popularity and experimented with the idea of making an entire TV show based on it. From this and a deal with Comedy Central, South Park was born and the first episode aired on August 13th, 1997.

Although the show is as popular as it has ever been, it was the during the first few years in the late nineties that it technically had the highest ratings on television, as well as the most vocal protest for its vile content. At the peak of its popularity and controversy, the feature-length, theatrical film, South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut was released on June 30th, 1999.

On July 27, 2011, Season Sixteen and Seventeen was announced. On November 16, 2011, Seasons Eighteen, Nineteen, and Twenty were announced. South Park entered its 16th season on March 14, 2012.

South Park is also on DVD. Currently, the first sixteen seasons are available on DVD in the United States and Australia/New Zealand and the first sixteen seasons in the Europe. Seasons twelve through sixteen are on Blu-ray, which are region-free.

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Summary[edit]

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Region 1 Region 2 Blu-Ray
Season 1 13 1997 – 1998 Nov 12, 2002 May 7, 2001 -
Season 2 18 1998 – 1999 Jun 3, 2003 May 28, 2001 -
Season 3 17 1999 – 2000 Dec 16, 2003 Jun 18, 2001 -
Season 4 17 2000 Jun 29, 2004 Apr 16, 2001 -
Season 5 14 2001 Feb 22, 2005 Oct 22, 2007 -
Season 6 17 2002 Oct 11, 2005 Mar 17, 2008 -
Season 7 15 2003 Mar 21, 2006 Jun 16, 2008 -
Season 8 14 2004 Aug 29, 2006 Sep 15, 2008 -
Season 9 14 2005 Mar 6, 2007 Feb 2, 2009 -
Season 10 14 2006 Aug 21, 2007 Apr 6, 2009 -
Season 11 14 2007 Aug 12, 2008 Jun 22, 2009 -
Season 12 14 2008 Mar 10, 2009 Oct 19, 2009 May 14, 2009
Season 13 14 2009 Mar 16, 2010 Mar 29, 2010 May 6, 2010
Season 14 14 2010 Apr 26, 2011 Sept 19, 2011 Apr 26, 2011
Season 15 14 2011 Mar 27, 2012 Jul 2, 2012 Mar 27, 2012
Season 16 14 2012 Sept 24, 2013 Oct 28, 2013 Sept 24, 2013
Season 17 10 2013 Sept 16, 2014 Oct 27, 2014 Sept 16, 2014
Season 18 10 2014 Oct 6, 2015 Nov 2, 2015 Oct 6, 2015
Season 19 10 2015 Sept 6, 2016 - Sept 6, 2016
Season 20 10 2016 - - -

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Shorts[edit]

Main article: Shorts

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125px "The Spirit of Christmas: Jesus vs. Frosty" December 8, 1992

In South Park's earliest precursor, the boys' snowman comes to life and wreaks havoc, before being defeated by the baby Jesus.

125px "The Spirit of Christmas: Jesus vs. Santa" December 1, 1995

Jesus Christ descends from heaven and battles with Santa Claus over the true meaning of Christmas.

125px "Cable ACE Awards 1997" November 14, 1997

The boys host the 1997 Cable ACE awards.

125px "Jay Leno Short" November 20, 1997

Jay Leno visits the Boys' class to teach them the meaning of Thanksgiving.

125px "1998 New Year's Countdown" January 1, 1998

The boys, Jesus, Ike, and others count down to 1998.

125px "Fireside Chats" October 21, 1998

Trey Parker and Matt Stone sit by a fire and answer questions.

125px "Cowboys and Indian Shorts" October 27, 1998

Trey Parker and Matt Stone along with Indian Companion talk about episodes.

125px "1999 New Year's Countdown" January 1, 1999

Mr. Mackey counts down to 1999.

125px "Retirement Home Shorts" April 27, 1999

Trey Parker and Matt Stone entertain senior citizens whilst talking about the episodes.

125px "Dead Friend Sketch" October 5, 1999

An homage to Monty Python's famous "Dead Parrot Sketch" featured on Python Night – 30 Years of Python, in celebration of the British comedy group's 30th anniversary.

125px "2000 New Year's Countdown" January 1, 2000

The boys and many other characters count down to 2000.

125px "The Gauntlet" June 3, 2000

A sketch for the MTV Movie Awards 2000.

125px "Parking Lot Chat" June 3, 2003

Trey Parker and Matt Stone sit in a parking lot and talk about "Terrance and Phillip in Not Without My Anus".

125px "Bakin' Bacon with Macon" June 3, 2003

A parody cooking show, used as pre-episode bumpers on the Season 2 DVD set, featuring Matt Stone and Trey Parker.

125px "The Aristocrats Sketch" August 12, 2005

South Park's take on The Aristocrats joke, featured in the 2005 documentary film The Aristocrats.

125px "Lil' Rush" June 13, 2007

Created by Matt Stone and Trey Parker for the Canadian rock band Rush, "Lil' Rush" was featured as the opening to the song "Tom Sawyer" on the band's Snakes and Arrows Tour in 2007.

125px "The Real South Park" April 1, 2010

A sketch featured on Comedy Central Amsterdam, featuring a live-action adaptation of a typical day in the lives of the boys.

125px "Cartman and the Hobbit" December 7, 2012

A short created by South Park Studios for the 2012 SpikeTV Video Game Awards. It featured Eric Cartman and a Hobbit, who met his demise for not respecting Cartman's "authoritah".

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Seasons[edit]

Season 1: 1997-1998[edit]

Main article: Season One

Pilot
List of episodes
Season 2
List of episodes
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Original run: August 13, 1997 – February 25, 1998
No. of episodes: 13
Previous season: "Pilot"
Next season: Season 2
DVD boxset: The Complete First Season

The first season originally aired from August 13, 1997 with "Cartman Gets an Anal Probe", to February 25, 1998 with "Cartman's Mom is a Dirty Slut".


Episodes[edit]

Picture # Title Original air date Directed by Written by Prod. code
Cartman Gets an Anal Probe.png 1 "Cartman Gets an Anal Probe" August 13, 1997 Trey Parker Trey Parker & Matt Stone 101
Cartman tells his friends about an odd nightmare he had the previous night involving alien visitors abducting him from his bed. Stan, Kyle, Kenny and Chef all try to convince him that his dream really happened.
Weight Gain 4000.png 2 "Weight Gain 4000" August 20, 1997 Trey Parker & Matt Stone Trey Parker & Matt Stone 102
Cartman tries to bulk up using "Weight Gain 4000"; Mr. Garrison attempts to assassinate Kathie Lee Gifford. A mishap happens when Cartman takes too much and becomes more overweight than he already is and Kathie Lee Gifford flees.
Volcano.png 3 "Volcano" August 27, 1997 Trey Parker & Matt Stone Trey Parker & Matt Stone 103
The boys go hunting with Stan's uncle Jimbo and his friend Ned, not knowing a volcano is about to erupt nearby; Cartman tells a scary story involving the creature "Scuzzlebutt"; Stan doesn't want to kill animals and is afraid Jimbo likes Kenny more than him because of that. Cartman plays a prank and pretends he's Scuzzlebutt.
200px 4 "Big Gay Al's Big Gay Boat Ride" September 3, 1997 Trey Parker Trey Parker & Matt Stone 104
When Stan finds out that his dog is gay, he seeks advice on the subject; Jimbo and Ned attempt to sabotage a football game against a rival elementary school. Stan's dog runs away to Big Gay Al.
200px 5 "An Elephant Makes Love to a Pig" September 10, 1997 (uncredited) Trey Parker, Matt Stone & Dan Sterling 105
The boys try to breed an elephant with a pig as a genetic engineering experiment; Stan struggles with his abusive sister. Dr. Mephesto creates a evil Stan by taking Stan's blood.
200px 6 "Death" September 17, 1997 Matt Stone Trey Parker & Matt Stone 106
Stan's grandfather wants Stan to help him commit suicide; the town's parents travel to New York to protest "Terrance and Phillip" for its toilet humor and bad language. The boys try and stop their moms.
200px 7 "Pinkeye" October 29, 1997 Trey Parker & Matt Stone Trey Parker, Matt Stone & Philip Stark 107
Kenny is killed by the Mir space station and becomes a zombie; Stan, Kyle and Cartman must find a way to stop "Pink Eye" from spreading on Halloween.
200px 8 "Starvin' Marvin" November 19, 1997 Trey Parker Trey Parker 109
The boys befriend a boy from Ethiopia sent to them accidentally by Sally Struthers; mutant turkeys attack the town.
200px 9 "Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo" December 17, 1997 Trey Parker & Matt Stone Trey Parker 110
Kyle tries to show everyone "Mr. Hankey", but no one believes him; the townspeople remove potentially "offensive" symbols from holiday displays.
200px 10 "Damien" February 4, 1998 Trey Parker Trey Parker & Matt Stone 108
Satan has a son named Damien, who becomes the new student of Mr. Garrison's class; Satan battles Jesus; Cartman's birthday party is ruined.
200px 11 "Tom's Rhinoplasty" February 11, 1998 (uncredited) Trey Parker 111
Mr. Garrison gets a nose job; the boys (including Stan) compete for the attention of their substitute teacher; Wendy doesn't want Stan to be attracted to another woman, especially an older woman.
200px 12 "Mecha-Streisand" February 18, 1998 Trey Parker Trey Parker, Philip Stark & Matt Stone 112
The boys find an artifact which Barbra Streisand uses to transform herself into a giant monster and wreck the town; a team of assorted celebrities show up to battle her.
200px 13 "Cartman's Mom is a Dirty Slut" February 25, 1998 Trey Parker Trey Parker & David R. Goodman 113
Cartman tries to find out who his father is; Stan and Kyle submit a tape to "America's Stupidest Home Videos".

Awards[edit]

  • 1998 Annie Award Nomination - "Outstanding Achievement in an Animated Primetime or Late Night Television Program"
  • 1998 Emmy Award Nomination - "Outstanding Animated Program"
  • GLAAD Award - "Outstanding TV – Individual Episode" for "Big Gay Al's Big Gay Boat Ride"
  • CableACE Award - "Best Animated Series"

Reception[edit]

Season 1's first episode "Cartman Gets an Anal Probe" received a Nielsen Rating of 1.3, but by the time the tenth episode "Damien" aired, it had achieved a rating of 6.4. At the time, a number of reviewers derided the show as going too far, the Parents' Television Council stated, "South Park is so offensive that it shouldn't have been made. It doesn't just push the envelope; it knocks it off the table." Later reviewers, however, have on the whole praised the show for its originality and audacity.


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