Worse Than Child Tracker
Season 6 E 11 • 07/24/2002
The parents go to school with their children.
South ParkS6 E11The Ghost of Human Kindness
The Ghost of Human Kindness visits Tweek late at night and shows him that not all people are bad. He turns out to be a child abductor.
South ParkS6 E11I Learned Mongolian In College
Mr. Twang's wall dance doesn't detour the Mongolians from blowing up the wall. The parents discover their children have become Mongolians and lament their mistakes.
South ParkS6 E11No Child is Safe
Every news channel in South Park is reporting on dangers to children. A Tweek's parents put locks on his windows and door.
South ParkS6 E11Bang you're Dead Tweek
Tweek gets put to the test by his dad. He pulls a gun on him to prove that anyone could be an abductor.
South ParkS6 E11I Don't Know You!
Tweek is paranoid that every person on the street could be a child abductor waiting to kill him.
South ParkS6 E11Rabble Rabble Rabble
The people of South Park demand that something be done to protect their children. They don't know what else to do.
South ParkS6 E11City Wok Guy's Great Wall
South Park begs Tong Lu Kim to build a great wall around their city to keep out abductors. Mongolians attack his wall.
South ParkS6 E11Child Tracker
All the boys have to wear Child Tracker helmets because Tweek got kidnapped. When Tuong Lu Kim finishes his city wall, the Mongolians attack again.
South ParkS6 E11In Our Own Backyard
Studies show children are usually abducted by someone they know. The wall is keeping strangers out but the kids still aren't safe.
South ParkS6 E11Mongolian Eradicator
Tuong Lu Kim's missile is no match for the Mongolians' flaming baseball .
South ParkS6 E11Worse Than Child Tracker
The parents have resorted to attending school with their children. Even Mr. Mackey's parents follow him to school.
South ParkS6 E11So Hot and Sticky
Tuong Lu Kim tries to dump hot and sticky sweet and sour pork on the Mongolians' heads. But their Mongolian Trojan Horse beats him to it.
South ParkS6 E12The Media Takes Notice
The news reports that the boys' ladder to heaven symbolizes how the entire community feels about loss. Cartman is seeing flashes of Kenny's memories.
South ParkS6 E12Reaching the Clouds
The boys have finally broken through the clouds, but are dismayed they don't see Heaven yet. They discuss the reasons for their failure.
South ParkS6 E12That Wasn't Chocolate Milk
The boys' parents break down and tell them that Kenny isn't up in heaven, he's been burned to ash and put in an urn. They are all horrified to discover that Cartman drank the ashes with some milk.
South ParkS6 E12Need the Ticket Stub
The boys have won a five-minute shopping spree at Lolly's Candy Shop, but Kenny, who is dead, was the last to have the winning ticket stub they need.
South ParkS6 E12Kenny's Remains
Kenny's grieving parents show Stan, Kyle and Cartman the urn holding Kenny's remains.
South ParkS6 E12Chocolate Milk Mix
The boys break into Kenny's house to steal his urn, but are shocked to find that it is full of a powdery substance. Stan and Kyle leave defeated, Cartman adds milk and drinks.
South ParkS6 E12The Ladder Begins
The boys make plans to build a ladder to heaven so that they can reclaim their winning ticket stub from Kenny.
South ParkS6 E12The Ladder Race
News of the boys' ladder to heaven grows around the world. Japan has even started building it's own ladder to heaven, which is growing much faster than the original in South Park.