Looks Like We're Going To Afghanistan
Season 5 E 9 • 11/07/2001
The boys accidentally get locked on the military plane to Afghanistan.
South ParkS5 E8Towel Call
With their Okama Gamesphere held for ransom, the boys desperately search for Towelie.
South ParkS5 E8It's a Trap!
The boys take Towelie to the gas station outside of town to exchange him for their Okama Gamesphere. It turns out to be a trap.
South ParkS5 E8Towelie Merchandise
A fake, live-action commercial for Towelie merchandise.
South ParkS5 E8Riding Towelie
The boys drive to Towelie's home base in the middle of nowhere, but Towelie gets high and can't remember where he is, let alone the base.
South ParkS5 E8Mass Towelicide
In an effort to capture Towelie, the military destroys every towel within a thousand-mile radius.
South ParkS5 E8Tynacorp
When the boys finally make it to Tynacorp, they don't care about Towelie's history, they just want the location of their Okama Gamesphere
South ParkS5 E8Military Failure
At a secret government base, the military must admit that the fugitive towel has outsmarted them.
South ParkS5 E8Worst Character Ever
Towelie smokes enough pot to save the boys and get them back to playing the Okama Gamesphere again.
South ParkS5 E9Goddamnit, I Hate Regular Milk!
Cartman doesn't understand why he should donate a dollar to the Afghans because he's innocent civilians.
South ParkS5 E9Big Brown Package From Afghanistan
When Stan receives a big brown package from Afghanistan in exchange for his dollar, his parents call the bomb squad. The content of the package turns out to be a live goat.
South ParkS5 E9Looks Like We're Going To Afghanistan
Soldiers at the military base think the boys' goat is Stevie Nicks, so they're able to sneak the goat onto a military plane to Afghanistan.
South ParkS5 E9This Like East Denver
The boys find the home of the goat's original owners, and learn the sentiments behind the gift: a strong sense of obligation and bitter hatred.
South ParkS5 E9Remember When Life Used To Be Simple?
The boys, except Butters, wear gas masks as a safety precaution against small pox and anthrax.
South ParkS5 E9Afghan South Park
Four children in Afghanistan -- who look a lot like Stan, Kyle, Cartman and Kenny -- are the lucky recipients of a dollar each in U.S. aid.
South ParkS5 E9Towelie Ban
The boys try to send the goat back to Afghanistan, but the Post Office won't fly over that area. Towelie wants to get high.
South ParkS5 E9Oh God It Was Horrible
The boys survive twenty hours trapped in a small, unventilated space with Cartman's farts.
South ParkS5 E9These People Are Insane
The boys become part of one of Osama bin Laden's videos.
South ParkS5 E9Terrorist Related Aids
When Osama releases his tape showing that he's holding the boys and the goat hostage, the country is outraged that the Taliban has taken Stevie Nicks.
South ParkS5 E9What's Up Bin Laden
The U.S. military attacks Osama bin Laden's hideout while the boys' Afghan versions come to rescue them.
South ParkS5 E9Oh Allah--They Killed Kenny!
The Taliban and U.S. forces continue to shoot at each other, also killing Kenny and Afghan Kenny. Stan and Afghan Stan argue over who started this war.