Duck & Cover
Season 1 E 3 • 08/27/1997
Officer Barbrady shows an old film to help with volcano safety.
The Legend of ScuzzlebuttSouth ParkS1 E3
Cartman tries to scare the boys with the story of Scuzzlebutt, the basket-weaving creature with celery for a hand and Patrick Duffy for a leg.
Scuzzlebutt Saved The DaySouth ParkS1 E3
When the boys find themselves trapped by the trench, the real Scuzzlebutt finds a way to save the day.
Hot LavaSouth ParkS1 E3
Chef sings amid general rejoicing. Stan then takes the opportunity to show that he's no longer afraid of hunting.
Rules of HuntingSouth ParkS1 E3
After Cartman's mom makes sure her "little" boy is safe and sound, Uncle jimbo explains the finer points of hunting.
It's Coming Right For UsSouth ParkS1 E3
Uncle jimbo explains how to get around hunting laws. They pretend every animal is an imminent threat.
Totally ScrewedSouth ParkS1 E3
After some initial confusion about what a geologist is, Stan's dad manages to tell the mayor that South Park is in trouble.
Cartman's MissingSouth ParkS1 E3
Cartman goes missing overnight. Stan is more worried about his Uncle Jimbo who'd rather go fishing with Kenny than with him.
Let's Get Those KidsSouth ParkS1 E3
A newscast shows a crowd of people gathered at City Hall to hear the mayor address the boys' plight on the mountain. A rescue effort is mounted.
Cartman Pretends To Be ScuzzlebuttSouth ParkS1 E3
Cartman appears disguised as Scuzzlebutt to try to scare the boys. Instead, he winds up in the line of fire.
Digging a TrenchSouth ParkS1 E3
The mayor adopts Stan's dad's plan to dig a trench to divert the lava from South Park. Meanwhile, on the mountain, the boys continue to hunt Cartman.
Duck & CoverSouth ParkS1 E3
In order to teach the residents of South Park about volcano safety, Officer Barbrady screens a film from the 50s whose advice is, simply, "duck and cover."
Blown It's TopSouth ParkS1 E3
Just after Cartman's life is spared, the volcano finally blows its top, directly onto Kenny.
Special TreatmentSouth ParkS1 E4
Mr. Garrison gives Stan special treatment because he is the star of the football team. After class Mr. Garrison tells Stan gay people are evil. evil.
Ask JesusSouth ParkS1 E4
Stan calls Jesus on his talk show to ask how to handle his gay dog. Just as Jesus is about to give his advice, the show ends and Stan is left frustrated and more confused.
Big Gay AlSouth ParkS1 E4
A seemingly unwanted Sparky runs away and is found by Big Gay Al, who invites him to live in his gay animal sanctuary.
Meet SparkySouth ParkS1 E4
After setting up a dog fight between Sparky and Sylvester, the boys learn that Sparky is gay.
Football PracticeSouth ParkS1 E4
Chef leads the football team in a practice for the homecoming game. Jimbo and Ned asks Chef if the team will beat the spread.
After PracticeSouth ParkS1 E4
After football practice, Sparky shows up and has sex with Rex, Clyde's dog. Stan's teammates confirm he's a gay dog.
Don't Be GaySouth ParkS1 E4
Stan tries commanding Sparky to not be gay but it doesn't work and he's made fun of yet again.
Backup PlanSouth ParkS1 E4
Jimbo unintentionally gets everyone interested in placing bets on the team. Scared the town will be pissed at him, he makes a backup plan.