Kyle just wants to play video games with his little brother. But, when Ike doesn't want to play with him anymore, Kyle is afraid that the next generation is passing him by.
Butters is convinced he's living in a virtual reality.
Stan is addicted to the new Terrance and Phillip mobile game.
South Park goes gluten free.
The boys name their new start-up company, The Washington Redskins.
Wendy tries to prove a point about how much pressure little girls feel to look like celebrities. Her latest soapbox issue gets her in trouble with everyone at school. It also gets Clyde a new girlfriend.
Hordes of souless shoppers approach the mall in anticipation of the Black Friday sales. The kids prepare for an epic battle where one faction's favorite gaming device will come out on top. Will Stan and Kyle's friendship survive Black Friday?
Anticipation for the biggest shopping day of the year is building. The dark days of winter are coming and that can only mean one thing: the fight to be the first in the mall on Black Friday has begun. The boys prepare to battle the crowds the day after Thanksgiving to get the best deal on the new gaming systems.
Cartman's latest prank has brought about the necessary spiritual conditions for world peace. Religious leaders descend upon South Park to witness a Biblical prophecy that has been fulfilled. Cartman and Kyle are the only two at odds as the world embarks upon a thousand years of peace and harmony.
When Ike hits puberty, he and Kyle start to grow apart. To save their relationship, Kyle takes Ike to see a live performance of Yo Gabba Gabba.
The Goth kids are being sent away to a camp for troubled children.
Cartman is deeply disturbed by a single person who he sees as a threat to all humanity. He races around the country to put an end to Patient Zero, the ticking time bomb that is Token.
The boys use the game of MINECRAFT as a distraction to keep their parents from hurting each other.
Cartman infiltrates the NSA and doesn't like what he finds in his personal file.
Cartman is hiding something in his bedroom that could change the outcome of the entire election. While Americans innocently plan to go to sleep Tuesday night with the election results counted and a winner announced, Cartman has secretly wrestled control of the presidental election from the voters.
Rocked by the recent news of drug use by a beloved icon, the world is left feeling lost and betrayed. The boys, join with the rest of the nation, and remove their yellow wristbands. Everyone is on board, except for Stan, who just can t seem to cut off his bracelet.
Cartman Bra provides commentary during the Record Producer's meeting.
After trying to confront Cartman Bra, Stan finally reveals the truth about his dad.
At the police station, Randy teams up with Michael Jackson's hologram. Meanwhile, Kyle confronts Ike and the other kindergartners.
Kyle finally sees the commercial for "The Washington Redskins Go F*ck Yourself Holiday Special".
During the holiday special, Kurt Cobain sings "Up On The Housetop".
Randy goes to the police to get help with the hologram conspiracy.
With everyone watching, Kyle takes the opportunity to reach out to his brother.
The holiday special continues with Bill Cosby and Taylor Swift's rendition of "It's Snowing Out There". Meanwhile, Cartman Bra starts to trend outside the TV.
The South Park Police recount a confrontation between Tupac and Michael Jackson.... then Cartman Bra "trendscends".
Kyle mourns the loss of the living room, and tries to create change through social media.
Iggy Azalea and Elvis Presley's hologram share a tune about Christmas.
Randy finally tells Shelley the truth about his secret identity as Lorde.
With the help of PewDiePie, Stan and Kyle learn something today.
Bill Cosby recruits Kyle and his hashtag for the big Holiday Special.
Tupac's hologram pays a visit to the South Park Police.
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