South ParkS5 E5Trite Things Between Your Ass Cheeks
Having made their peace, Terrance and Phillip take the stage just in the nick of time.
South ParkS5 E6Inheritance Wagon
Cartman wheels his inheritance out of the bank on a wagon. He's on his way to spend it on his lifelong dream.
South ParkS5 E6Three's a Crowd
Cartman admits Butters and Clyde into Cartmanland to cover his security expenses, but now he needs a maintenance person.
South ParkS5 E6The Book of Job
Kyle's parents tell him about the Biblical Book of Job; the story of a man whose ideal life was ruined by God to make a point to Satan.
South ParkS5 E6Saturday Funeral
Cartman's family is grieving the death of his grandmother. Eric, however, is in grief at spending his entire Saturday at a funeral.
South ParkS5 E6Pennies From Heaven
At the reading of his grandmother's will, Cartman learns he has inherited one million dollars. His lifelong dream is realized.
South ParkS5 E6Punishing J-Lo
Stan and Kyle play with a Jennifer Lopez doll and a firecracker when Kenny rushes up with the big news.
South ParkS5 E6Lines Lines Lines
Cartman wants to buy North Park Funland. It's a failing theme park that makes no money, but Cartman doesn't care about that.
South ParkS5 E6Kyle's Hemorrhoid
Kyle is becoming disillusioned with God now that he has a hemorroid, and Cartman has his own amusement park.
South ParkS5 E6Amusing Himself
Riding the rides alone in his theme park, Cartman is probably the happiest he's ever been.
South ParkS5 E6Cartmanland Commercial
When Stan and Kyle see a commercial for Cartmanland saying they're not invited, they decide to show up there anyway.
South ParkS5 E6Fence Hop and Pop
Stan and Kyle attempt to hop the fence into Cartmanland, popping Kyle's hemorrhoid.
South ParkS5 E6Cartmanland Security
In order to pay the security guard with actual money, Cartman has to let two paying customers in the park every day.
South ParkS5 E6Renouncing God
In the hospital with an infected hemorrhoid, Kyle has come to the conclusion that there is no God and renounces his faith.
South ParkS5 E6Population Growth
Cartman ups his admission to eight after his new maintenance person demands food and drink be kept in the theme park.
South ParkS5 E6Population Problem
Running a theme park requires workers, who require money, which requires customers. Cartman is not happy.
South ParkS5 E6Money Quest
After the television show "Money Quest" does a story on Cartman and his business success, Kyle's condition takes a turn for the worse.
South ParkS5 E6Heaven into Hell
The only thing Cartman hates worse than a crowded theme park is his crowded theme park.
South ParkS5 E6No Will to Live
The hemorrhoid has spred to Kyle's lungs and he seems to have lost any will to live.