South ParkS13 E4I Think We Might Have Screwed Up Royal
A new law marks a victory for the men, but it doesn't feel right.
South ParkS13 E3I Am Pretty Smart, Yeah
Randy's Economic Recovery Committee learns of a child who is speaking out against the economy.
South ParkS13 E4I Thought You Were Terrance
Terrance and Phillip take a romantic road trip to Canadian wine country with Katherine and Katie.
South ParkS13 E3Yeah, No. Yeah.
Stan learns that returning the Margaritaville is more difficult than he thought.
South ParkS13 E4Spring Is On The Way
Martha Stewart presents some interesting and festive decorating techniques.
South ParkS13 E4Blood Rage: Part 2
The Terrance and Phillip special turns out to be a joke...that wasn't very funny.
South ParkS13 E4Bad Things Happen to Good People
The parents are shocked about what's happened at the school, and Randy tries to comfort Stan.
South ParkS13 E4I'm Not Your Buddy
Cartman is pissed off about the Terrance and Phillip special, but the girls think it's funny.
South ParkS13 E3The Importance of Saving Money
Stan takes his $100 check and makes an investment into South Park Bank. Annndd it's gone.
South ParkS13 E3They Took 'er Economy
The people of South Park talk about the dark economic times.
South ParkS13 E3Sliced Hot Dogs and Tomato Slices?
Randy explains exactly why the economy is so bad.
South ParkS13 E3Take Away Thy Broncos Cap
Randy's speeches about the economy and personal responsibility are gaining support.
South ParkS13 E3Tell Us Where the Cave Is
The Boys are reduced to playing with squirrels.
South ParkS13 E3Hucking Squirrels
The townspeople punish Garrison for needless spending, but Kyle tries to stop him from being squirreled.
South ParkS13 E3Plastic Cards and Paper Money
Stan's trip to the stock exchange turns out to be useless. Meanwhile, the Kyle preaches about having faith in the economy.
South ParkS13 E390 Trillion Dollars
Stan finally gets close to a refund for his Margaritaville.
South ParkS13 E3Paying For Everyone's Debts
Kyle takes on everyone's financial burden, and South Park is finally free. To spend.