March 7, 2007
Randy Marsh tries to find forgiveness after mistakenly using a racial slur on Wheel of Fortune. Meanwhile, Cartman fights a little person.
March 14, 2007
Butters' dad does what any good father would do if he believed his son was bi-curious. When another one of Cartman's pratical jokes puts Butters in a compromising position, his dad is determined to "straighten him out." While Butters is at a special camp trying to "pray the gay away," Cartman realizes the joke is on him.
March 21, 2007
Confidentiality about who has head lice must be maintained so no child is embarrassed; so says the administration at South Park Elementary. When Garrison refuses to name names, Cartman finds a way to detect who has the head cooties, because the fourth grade class won't be denied their rights as children to make fun of the unfortunate kid who has lice.
March 29, 2007
The clock is ticking as the citizens prepare for Hillary Clinton's big campaign rally. Cartman suspects the new Muslim student is behind a terrorist threat. Every minute counts as Cartman uses his own methods to interrogate the suspect. But could the plan to target Hillary Clinton be just the tip of the iceberg?
"Fantastic Easter Special"
April 4, 2007
Stan refuses to decorate another Easter egg and wants someone to explain to him just what eggs have to do with Jesus dying for his sins. Determined to get the real story behind all of the eggs and bunnies that are part of the Easter ritual, Stan and Kyle fall in with an eccentric society that guards a legendary secret.
April 11, 2007
When Ms. Garrison is the victim of yet another failed relationship, she takes it out on the fourth graders. When the boys can no longer handle their teacher's erratic mood swings and excessive homework assignments, they discover people-for-hire who can help out in any situation.
"Night of the Living Homeless"
April 18, 2007
The homeless population is on the rise and an increasing number of them are eating, sleeping and asking for change all over South Park. While the adults are working on creative solutions to care for the homeless, the boys get busy solving the problem once and for all.
"Le Petit Tourette"
October 3, 2007
Cartman discovers the joys of having Tourette's syndrome. Drunk with the power of saying whatever he wants without getting in trouble for it, Cartman lines up national TV coverage to take advantage of his new life with no filters.
October 10, 2007
Randy becomes South Park's home-town hero when the guys down at the local bar see the size of his most recent crap. Randy contacts a society that keeps track of the world record, thinking his masterpiece would definitely be a contender. Stan's mom just can't see what the big deal is.
October 17, 2007
The doors of a whole new dimension are thrown open and the boys walk right on in. Finding Cartman's leprechaun is just the tip of the iceberg. The boys are about to have the entire contents of the world's imagination laid before them. The boys realize that what they know has become a valuable commodity to the U. S. government. Meanwhile, Butters is about to become collateral damage.
"Imaginationland: Episode II"
October 24, 2007
Last time, terrorists launched an attack on Imaginationland and the U.S. government seized the only two people known to have been there, Stan and Kyle, who are being held in the bowels of the Pentagon until they tell the government how they got into Imaginationland. Meanwhile, Cartman can't rest until Kyle fulfills his side of the court-ordered agreement to suck his balls.
"Imaginationland: Episode III"
October 31, 2007
A nuclear device is in position and ready to launch. Inside Imaginationland, Stan and Butters engage in the battle of their lives as they fight the army of evil imaginary forces. Kyle pleads with the U.S. government for his friends' lives and, undeterred by the crisis facing the nation, Cartman goes all the way to the Supreme Court to ensure that his balls do not remain dry.
November 7, 2007
Obsessed with the Guitar Hero video game, Stan and Kyle make a great team and score record points when they play. Stan realizes he has the potential for enormous success if he plays with another partner. He and Kyle break up but, without his friend, Stan quickly folds under the pressure of being a rockstar.
November 14, 2007
The girls in the fourth grade class have made a secret list that rates every boy's looks from cutest to ugliest in the season finale of South Park. When the boys steal the list they discover just how manipulative and psychotic little girls can be and they aren't really prepared to deal with the results.