When Wendy tries to fix one of her girlfriends up with Butters, she ends up in the counselor's office.
The doors to the mall will finally open for the biggest Black Friday sale in history. The boys are divided over which gaming device to buy and a bloody battle will determine whether Xbox or Sony will be the winner.
Black Friday is almost here and the battle for the new gaming devices is heating up. Princess Kenny's betrayal has left Cartman out for revenge.
The boys prepare to battle the crowds already lining up for the first official day of holiday shopping.
Cartman's latest prank brings peace to the world.
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 sees Token as a threat to all humanity.
The boys use the game of "Minecraft" as a distraction tokeep their parents from hurting each other.
Cartman infiltrates the NSA and doesn't like what he finds in his personal file.
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Eric Cartman is hiding something in his bedroom that could change the entire outcome of the Presidential election.
A serious doping scandal shakes everyone's faith in a beloved icon. Everyone who once supported the fallen hero is now cutting off their symbolic yellow wristbands.
Randy's big plans for Halloween night keep Stan from trick or treating with his friends.
It is time for Butters to begin a journey where he will follow in the path of his Hawaiian ancestors.
Cartman signs up for a home security system.
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Co-creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone discuss the collision between the Boy and Girl worlds and why Abe Lincoln is the voice of reason in this episode.
Co-creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone explain the inspiration for this episode came from the unsolvable problem of homeless people near Matt's house.
Co-creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone admit how stoked he was to make this show and why they had Jesus kill a particular person.
Co-creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone explain that the idea of Cartman messing with Butters was originally meant to be in "Asspen" and then discuss some rejected ideas from this episode.
Co-creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone joke about the discussions with Comedy Central in using profanity and how they get away with more because of the simple animation style of the show.
Co-creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone discuss having to rewrite the second episode because of technical issues and how the Woodland Creatures helped grow this story into a trilogy.
Co-creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone talk about the power of story and the challenge of coming up with so many different imaginary characters.
Co-creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone discuss wanting to bring Garrison back to being a man but needing to make him a lesbian first.
Co-creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone discuss the polarizing nature of this episode, how much they love it, and why you probably have to be a grown man to appreciate it.
Co-creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone talk about the opening game show scene and the difficulty of turning that funny bit into an entire episode.
Co-creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone explain that this entire episode was based off the terms snizz and snuke.
Co-creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone share a true story that influenced the scene when the boys think Randy is lame for playing a real guitar.
Co-creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone reveal that Imaginationland was originally an idea they kept around if they wanted do another movie but then settled on using it for the show.
Co-creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone talk about how the idea for this episode came from eco-disaster hero movies and Trey just wanting to zoom in on the boys heads.
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