In ‘It Hits the Fan’ a well-known expletive becomes common currency after an airing on an influential TV police drama, but this particular curse-word is itself cursed and soon has the land crawling with Black Death. ‘Cripple Fight’ sees the parents mount a campaign to get Big Gay Al removed from his position as Scout leader. ‘The Super Best Friends’ has the boys become involved with the sinister cult run by magician David Blaine. ‘Scott Tenorman Must Die’ finds Cartman doing his best to get his revenge on the diabolical Scott Tenorman. ‘Terrance and Phillip: Behind the Blow’ has Cartman, Kyle and Stan uncover the truth about Terrance and Phillip when they visit the Earth Day Brainwashing Festival. In ‘Cartmanland’ the big-boned youngster purchases a theme park. ‘Proper Condom Use’ sees the parents petition the school to get sex education for their children. ‘Towelie’ has the boys befriend a stoned talking towel called Towelie. ‘Osama Bin Laden Has Farty Pants’ finds Cartman, Stan, Kyle and Kenny trapped on an US military aircraft bound for Afghanistan. In ‘How to Eat With Your Butt’ Cartman gets Kenny’s photo printed on a milk carton as that of a missing child. In ‘The Entity’ Kyle’s cousin comes to stay and Mr Garrison invents a new method of transportation. ‘Here Comes the Neighborhood’ has Token invite other rich people to come live in South Park. ‘Kenny Dies’ sees Cartman get involved in stem cell research. Finally, in ‘Butters’ Very Own Episode’, Butters starts spying on his father and discovers that the old man is an avid fan of gay pornography and regularly visits men’s bath houses.