Randy steps forward with a solution to fix the desperate financial state everyone finds themselves in. The town gets behind him and everyone starts to live a life that no longer depends on any economy at all. Meanwhile an unlikely savior makes the ultimate sacrifice to solve everyone?s problems.
The boys are given one of the most notably banned books of all time as a reading assignment. They eagerly dive in, but soon find it doesn t compare to their standard of what s vulgar. Annoyed for having their time wasted by reading, they write an obscene book of their own to show that they can do it better. But when their parents discover their work, the boys throw all the blame to Butters, inadvertently turning him into a critically acclaimed author.
In a South Park homage to the 1981 film 'Heavy Metal,' the boys are trying to get Kenny off the latest drug craze that's captured the junior high and under set.
This show marked South Park's 200th episode. Led by Tom Cruise, two hundred celebrities, previously ridiculed by the town of South Park, file a class action lawsuit. They demand immunity from ever being made fun of again. When Stan begs them to accept his apology, they offer impossible terms and the boys ask the Super Best Friends for help.
After stan celebrates his 10th birthday, he begins to see everything differently. The other boys think he s become a major buzzkill and start to avoid hanging out with him. When Stan and Kyle have a major blow up, the very fabric of south park begins to unravel.
Everyone agrees they've had enough of the loud and obnoxious bikers that have arrived in South Park. The boys are taking on the Harley riders. They throw down the F word, and the game is on.
When the entire contents of the world's imagination lay open before them, Stan and Kyle step right in. Back in South Park, Cartman swears he's seen a leprechaun.
The kids at South Park Elementary are being punished for Cartman's failings in the physical education department. What will Cartman do when they all gang up on him?
With their parents in jail, Kenny and his brother and sister find themselves in the foster care system. Cartman is sincerely disturbed when Kenny is taken away. He doesn't know who to rip on for being the poorest kid in school anymore.
Towelie gets over his drug addiction and writes his memoirs. With Oprah's support, his book becomes a best-seller and his story inspires millions to turn their lives around. When it's revealed that Towelie fabricated the key premise of his book, Oprah retaliates. The grand dame of daytime television won't stand for being lied to.
Honest Little Italy restauranteur 'Papa' (Bruno Della Santina) gets roughed up by Lupo (John Duke) and goons (Vito Scotti, Nick Pawl), rescued by his daughter (Zohra Lampert), bringing crusading anti-mob Italian cop Petrosino (Ernest Borgnine) to the rescue, in the bio-pic Pay Or Die, 1960.
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