South Park

South Park

South Park is an award-winning animated series from creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone. They have invented a whole town full of colorful personalities, where a group of eight-year-old boys try to understand the world around them. Their parents, teachers, and town leaders all mean well, but the boys learn through their misadventures that even adults make mistakes, and even the youngest and slowest among us can be wise. Despite the serious issues tackled by the show, it is sharp, funny, and often brilliant.

The crude animation, first done with paper cut-outs and then computerized, is deceptively primitive. The visual roughness fits the coarse language of the characters, because this is definitely a show for mature audiences. South Park is one of those rare shows that can make you laugh, and make you think about your long-held beliefs, both at the same time.

Episode Info

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Trey Parker (2)Trey Parker (2)
voiced Stan Marsh, Eric Theodore Cartman, Herbert Garrison, Officer Barbrady, Terrance, Timmy, Ned Gerblanski, Satan, Randy Marsh,& Various
Matt StoneMatt Stone
voiced Kyle Broflovski, Kenny McKormick, Gerald Broflovski, Pip Pirrup, Jesus, Jimbo Kearn, Phillip, Saddam & Various
Mona MarshallMona Marshall
voiced Sheila Broflovski, Linda Stotch & Various (S04-present)
April StewartApril Stewart
voiced Liane Cartman, Wendy Testaburger, Shelly Marsh, Sharon Marsh & Various (S08-present)
Eliza SchneiderEliza Schneider
voiced Mayor McDaniels, Liane Cartman, Mrs. McKormick, Wendy Testaburger, Shelly Marsh, Sharon Marsh & Various (S03-S07)
Mary Kay BergmanMary Kay Bergman
voiced Wendy Testaburger, Liane Cartman, Sheila Broflovski, Sharon Marsh, Mrs. McKormick, Mayor McDaniels, Ms. Crabtree & Various (S01-S03)



Reviews: 13
The greatest cartoon in history.Rating: 5 likes, 0 dislikes

There is a reason that South Park has been going strong for 11 years and counting: It NEVER gets old and it is ALWAYS funny. Many shows such as Family Guy or The Simpsons have had great runs, but have gone stale over the years due to lack of originality and other factors. South Park however, has remained constant. The show's intelligent yet rediculously helarious satire and parody is unmatched by any show and it seems there is no limit to its boundaries. Over the years, the character have evolved and so have the plots, but the show seems to always be improving regardless of how good it already is. As long as there are current events and questionable topics in the world, South Park will be here. Long live South Park! Read more

Review posted on Saturday, December 15th 2007 at 5:50 pm


Reviews: 1
Rating: 5 likes, 3 dislikes

This is the gretest show in the history of television, to say this show is crap, means you are a clown with zero sense of humor. it is easily, one of the most intelligently and well put together shows ever made. the way they send up every thing in the world that is happening in such short periods of time with hilarity above any show ever made is a testiment to matt and trey, modern day geniuses, is the only way to describe them. this show along with them personally, will never be beaten as it is the funniest thing you will ever see. Read more

Review posted on Sunday, March 4th 2007 at 7:17 am


Reviews: 7
matt and trey are pure genuis!Rating: 3 likes, 1 dislikes

my god, this has got to be one of the greatest shows i've even seen! with it's crude offensive jokes that make celibrities, liberals, and every singe religion puke. plus the decay of modern society. what more can you ask for. the charecters are really priceless, and even if he/she is only a minor charecter; they still display a prominent role in the series. with the exception of pip, every single episode i watched has good plots that make you think " i wish i was a south park residence". alo, the animation. ys, i know it's just crappy construction paper but since the animation is very cheesy;it's just funny and interesting to see how the animators have the animation move (cant explain it clearly :P). to make a long reveiw short; south park is the heir of the throne for greaetst animated comedy (simpsons, of course, is king!). i recommend even to the most picky of tv watcers. Read more

Review posted on Sunday, May 18th 2008 at 7:28 am

3 reviews available
11x14: The List recap: The episode begins with the boys finding out that the girls made a list ranking all the boys in class from best looking to ugliest. After two attempts, the boys manage to steal the list and discover what the girls think of them. The list features Clyde at #1, Stan at #3, Kenny at #7, Cartman at #15, and Kyle dead last. Kyle becomes immersed in depression and misery and realizing he is unattractive, while Clyde's ego soars as he begins acting and dressing differently as a result of his good looks. Kyle begins to hang around the ugly, unpopular kids at school. One of the ugly kids claims that being unpopular makes him so depressed that sometimes he wants to burn the school down. Kyle decides do just that... read more.

11x9: More Crap recap: The opening scene is in a doctor’s office. Randy Marsh is being looked by a doctor. After some examination, he tells Randy he is definitely constipated. Randy adds to the conversation by telling him he has not crapped in three weeks, and that he’s mostly been eating P.F. Chang’s. The doctor prescribes Randy a laxative that should help him... read more.

11x8: Le Petit Tourette recap: The episode begins at Toy Safari, where Cartman is in aisle 3 with the action figures. He begins to look at several wrestling figurines as a boy behind them begins to blurt out various obscenities. Soon after a clerk from Toy Safari questions the boy's mother, to which she tells him her son has Tourette's Syndrome, a neurological disorder. Cartman takes his toy and waits in line to check-out. The young boy with TS, who is named Thomas, waits behind Cartman with his mother. After several tics, or involuntary utterances, from Thomas, Cartman turns around and addresses the boy. Thomas' mother quickly defends her son, telling Cartman, along with slowly gathering crowd that Thomas cannot help what he says. This is amazing news to Cartman. As Thomas and his mother leave the store, Cartman is already dreaming and singing of the possibilities... read more.

10x2: Smug Alert! recap: The episode begins with Gerald Broflovski getting a new hybrid car which causes him to smugly drive around town preaching about environmental awareness. He soon becomes an outcast, as the townspeople do not like his smugness. Gerald moves the family to San Francisco, the smuggest city in America... read more.

8x7: Goobacks recap: Something strange happens on Interstate 285. A glowing ball of lightning opens, and out steps a small, thin, man. He tries to cross the highway in heavy traffic. Meanwhile, the boys offer to shovel a neighbor’s driveway, but Stan, Kyle & Kenny do all the work while Cartman talks on his cell phone. A fight ensues, so the boys go inside the neighbor’s house to get a bandage when they see a special news report. They hear that a time-traveler has landed outside of South Park and has been hit by a car. The time-traveler says he came to the present looking for work because the future is too over-populated and jobs are scarce. Soon, another man arrives from the future, also looking for work. Gradually, more and more time-travelers begin arriving... read more.
Recurring Guests

Jennifer Howell as Bebe (39 eps)
Adrien Beard as Token Williams/ Token's Dad (35 eps)
Kyle McCulloch as Unknown (23 eps)
John 'Nancy' Hansen as Unknown (12 eps)
Jonathan Kimmel as Unknown (11 eps)
Nico Agnone as Filmore Anderson (11 eps)
Milan Agnone as Ike Broflovsky (10 eps)
Jessie Thomas as Unknown (9 eps)
Toddy Walters as Singing Voice (Uncredited) (8 eps)
Vernon Chatman as Towelie (7 eps)

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Classification: Animation
Genre: Adult Cartoons | Comedy
Status: Returning Series
Network: Comedy Central ( USA)
Airs: Wednesdays at 10:00 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: August 13, 1997
Episode Order: 10
[Season 12 Intro]  
[Ending Credits]  
View All 3 Theme Songs
• Městečko South Park (Used In Czech Republic)
• Mestečko South Park (Used In Slovakia (Slovak Republic))
• Miasteczko South Park (Used In Poland)
• Pietų Parkas (Used In Lithuania)
• Σάουθ Παρκ (Used In Greece)
• Саут Парк (Used In Bulgaria)
• Саут парк (Used In Serbia and Montenegro)
• Южный парк (Used In Russia)
• סאות' פארק (Used In Israel)
• เซาท์พาร์ก (Used In Thailand)
• サウスパーク (Used In Japan)
• 南方公園 (Used In China)
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