Hiya guys! Ok, so I have to ask, are there any other die-hard South Park fans on here? South Park has been my favorite show on TV since it was released back in 1997. Trey Parker and Matt Stone are comic geniuses in my opinion. In case you don't already know, you can watch full episodes of South Park at their website: South Park Studios

These are all full 30 minute episodes, so I obviously don't expect anyone to sit here and watch them all. However, if there is nothing on TV and you're bored and you haven't seen any of these, here are some of my favorite episodes. Feel free to add your own if you so desire.....

***WARNING, SOME CONTENT MAY BE OFFENSIVE TO SENSITIVE AUDIENCES***

From season one. Stan has trouble accepting his dog Sparky's homosexuality, so Sparky seeks refuge at Big Gay Al's Big Gay Animal Sanctuary. Classic!

Big Gay Al's Big Gay Boat Ride

From season two. The boys misunderstand the meaning of circumcision and feel they have to take action to protect Kyle's brother, Ike, from his Bris.

Ike's Wee-Wee

From season five. Cartman inherits a million dollars from his grandmother and buys his own theme park. The one and only rule... only Cartman is allowed in!

CARTMANLAND!

From season seven. Timmy and Jimmy, South Park's two handicapped characters, decide to join the Crips so they can be around other crippled people. They have the wrong idea.

Krazy Kripples

From season eight. The boys buy ninja weapons at the county fair. Bad things happen.

Good Times With Weapons

Also from season eight. Cartman pretends to be mentally handicapped so he can compete in the Special Olympics and win the grand prize of $1000. Jimmy starts juicing up to compete himself.

Up The Down Steriod

From season ten. Al Gore warns us all of the dangers of Manbearpig.

Manbearpig

From season eleven. Being suspected by his parents of being "bi-curious", Butters is forced to go to a Christian camp where they "pray the gay away".

Cartman Sucks!

From season 16. The world isn't big enough for Cartman and Honey Boo-Boo. Time for some "sketty wrestlin".

Raising The Bar