All Of The Best South Park Episodes, Ranked

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List of the best South Park episodes, as voted on by other fans of the series. With so many memorable episodes of the show, it's hard to trust just one person's opinion of what the top South Park episodes of all time are. Make sure to also check best episodes featuring Butters, hilarious episodes featuring Randymost controversial South Park episodes, and the best South Park Halloween episodes. Fans of South Park are extremely passionate about the show, and there is often debate over which episodes are better than others. That's why this list exists - so you can vote for your favorites and we can find out once and for all what everyone thinks the best episode is, or rather the funniest South Park episodes.

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*Updated to include all episodes up to Season 24, and updated weekly to include new Season 25 episodes, including "Pajama Day" "The Pandemic Special," and more.*

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  • Butters' Bottom Bitch
    October 14, 2009
    3,134 votes
    • Season: 13
    • Episode Number: 9
    • Episode Description: Butters is determined to get his first kiss so his friends won't make fun of him.

    In this hilariously twisted episode, Butters unwittingly becomes a pimp after befriending a girl who turns out to be a prostitute. As his "stable" grows, he adopts the persona of a seasoned hustler, leading to some unforgettable moments and quotable lines. Meanwhile, the boys try to uncover what's really going on in their usual mischievous fashion.

  • Casa Bonita
    November 12, 2003
    3,353 votes
    • Season: 7
    • Episode Number: 11
    • Episode Description: Cartman exacts revenge when he is not invited to Kyle's birthday party.

    When Kyle invites everyone except Cartman to his birthday party at the legendary restaurant Casa Bonita, Cartman concocts an elaborate scheme involving Butters and an impending apocalypse. This classic South Park episode showcases Cartman's manipulative prowess while providing plenty of laughs as we watch him desperately attempt to secure his spot at the coveted event.

  • Le Petit Tourette
    October 3, 2007
    1,956 votes
    • Season: 11
    • Episode Number: 8
    • Episode Description: Cartman discovers the joys of having Tourette's syndrome; drunk with the power of saying whatever he wants without getting in trouble for it, he lines up National TV Coverage to take advantage of his new life with no filters.

    Cartman pretends to have Tourette Syndrome in order to say whatever he wants without consequence - until things start spiraling out of control when he can't stop himself from blurting out embarrassing truths. The show brilliantly satirizes societal attitudes toward mental health issues while still delivering its trademark humor through outrageous situations and dialogue.

  • Scott Tenorman Must Die
    4,952 votes
    • Season: 5
    • Episode Number: 4
    • Episode Description: Cartman goes medieval on Scott Tenorman when ginger-haired Scott tricks him into buying his pubic hair.

    Revenge is served cold (and chili-flavored) in this iconic episode where Cartman seeks vengeance upon ninth-grader Scott Tenorman for humiliating him. Showcasing one of Eric's most sinister schemes yet, viewers are left both horrified and entertained by just how far he'll go for payback.

  • Christian Rock Hard
    October 29, 2003
    2,416 votes
    • Season: 7
    • Episode Number: 9
    • Episode Description: Cartman starts a Christian rock group, while Kyle, Stan and Kenny are arrested for downloading music off the Internet.

    In search of fame and fortune, Cartman forms a Christian rock band called Faith +1 with Token and Butters but takes things too far with blasphemous lyrics that push boundaries even by South Park standards. The boys learn valuable lessons about music piracy along the way – all wrapped up in biting satire aimed at religious hypocrisy within entertainment industry circles.

  • The Return of the Fellowship of the Ring to the Two Towers

    The Return of the Fellowship of the Ring to the Two Towers

    November 13, 2002
    1,603 votes
    • Season: 6
    • Episode Number: 13
    • Episode Description: The boys turn their Lord of the Rings game into a "quest" to return a copy of the film to a local video store.

    This epic crossover episode sees our favorite South Park kids embark on a perilous quest through their town, mirroring the journey taken by characters in The Lord of the Rings trilogy. With Randy Marsh as Gandalf and Butters as Gollum, this hilarious homage is packed with pop culture references and clever parallels that fans will appreciate.