Plot & Details
Kenny may (finally) be dead, but there's still four obnoxious South Park kids on hand as the series enters its sixth season of outrageous hilarity. Join Stan, Kyle, Cartman, and Butters in 17 raunchy episodes, including "Freak Strike" (Butters meets Maury Povich); "Jared Has Aides" (or: how to needle a famous sub-sandwich chain without getting sued); "Asspen" (pizzas, french fries, and the dreaded K-13); "Fun With Veal" (save the baby cows and become a terrorist in your spare time); "The New Terrance and Phillip Movie Trailer" (detailing the consequences of giving Russell Crowe his own TV show); "Professor Chaos" (Butters doesn't want to be Kenny, he wants to be a super-villain -- resulting in a really, really lame cliffhanger); "The Simpsons Already Did It" (there's no such thing as a new iconoclastic joke); "Red Hot Catholic Love" (is it recreational, or is it holy law?); "Free Hat" (they've changed Star Wars, and Ted Koppel doesn't get it)"; Bebe's Boobs Destroy Society" (puberty is power!); "Child Abduction Is Not Funny" (except on this show, which also features a guest appearance by the Trojan Mongolian Horse); "A Ladder to Heaven" (with "Kenny" flashbacks and Saddam Hussein's chocolate chips of mass destruction); "The Return of the Lord of the Rings to the Two Towers" (or to put it more simply, "Back Door Sluts 9"); "The Death Camp of Tolerance" (featuring Mr. Slave's intestines); "The Biggest Douche in the Universe" (all this, and John Edward and Rob Schneider too); "My Future Self n' Me" (with 32-year-old Stan and a trip to "The Parental Revenge Center of Western America"); and "Red Sleigh Down" (a "magical Christmas adventure" in bombed-out Baghdad).