South ParkS9 E11Kyle's Presentation
Kyle's speech doesn't quiet Cartman's bigotry and gingers are now banned from the cafeteria. Kyle comes up with a plan to teach Cartman a lesson.
South ParkS9 E11Gingerfication
After Kyle puts his plan into action, Cartman wakes up to red hair and a face full of freckles.
South ParkS9 E11Cartman's a Ginger
Now that Cartman has Gingervitus, the doctor suggests his mother put him down... Or at least keep him out of the sun.
South ParkS9 E11Ironic Ginger
Cartman tries to downplay the irony of his Gingervitus, while Butters finds his appearance hilarious.
South ParkS9 E11Cartman is Cast Out
The boys won't let Cartman sit in the cafeteria during lunch in case the other gingers follow suit.
South ParkS9 E11Ginger Pride
Cartman holds a meeting with all the ginger kids to express his frustration with the discrimination going on at school and encourages them to take action.
South ParkS9 E11Red Power
Cartman starts an organization called, the Ginger Separatist Movement, and the group is outraged that a non-ginger is playing the lead in "Annie."
South ParkS9 E11Ginger Pride Conference
Cartman leads the All Ginger Pride Conference and convinces the ginger kids to round up the non-gingers for extermination.
South ParkS9 E12Go Ahead, Sue Me!
Stan tells the truth about the scam behind Scientology. The Scientologists want to sue him.
South ParkS9 E12Tom, It's Nicole
With R. Kelly narrating the action from outside, Nicole Kidman steps in to try her hand at getting Tom Cruise out of the closet.
South ParkS9 E12Free Personality Test
Stan's saving his money so he can buy a new bike. Luckily, the personality test Scientologists administer is free.
South ParkS9 E12Fax These Results to Los Angeles
Stan uses his bike money to get audited by the Scientologists. His E-Meter scores are higher than any the Scientologists have ever seen.
South ParkS9 E12What Scientologist Actually Believe
The head of the Church of Scientology tells Stan the creation myth that Scientologists believe.
South ParkS9 E12A Bike or Not Being Depressed
Stan's mom notices something is wrong with Stan. When he tells them that he needs $240 not to be depressed, Stan's Dad says no.
South ParkS9 E12OT 9
Stan's off-the-charts thetin results are rushed to the head of Scientology, who immediately knows their cause: Stan is the second coming of the great leader.
South ParkS9 E12Thank You For Returning
When Stan goes to take out the trash, he is greeted by throngs of Scientologists hoping to catch a glimpse of their prophet.
South ParkS9 E12Tom Cruise Won't Come Out of The Closet
Tom Cruise is seeking approval for his acting career. Stan doesn't tell him what he wants to hear.
South ParkS9 E12R Kelly
Tom Cruise refuses to come out of the closet, so the local news media turns to R. Kelly.
South ParkS9 E12Stan Chooses Scientology
When Kyle tells Stan he thinks Scientology is wrong, Stan Chooses Scientology over their friendship.
South ParkS9 E12John Travolta Feels Safe in the Closet
John Travolta tries to get Tom Cruise to come out of the closet and winds up going in himself. R. Kelly sings about what's happening.