After Tiger Woods comes clean, America becomes obsessed with the "epidemic" of rich men having sex with lots of women. As a result, Kyle and Butters are labeled as sex addicts and are placed in treatment.
The boys try to write the most graphic, offensive book ever, and then blame Butters when Stan's mom finds it. But when the book is hailed as a work of literary genius, Butters becomes the "voice of a generation."
Randy deliberately gets testicular cancer so that he can receive a medicinal marijuana prescription, while Cartman becomes a black market KFC dealer when all of the restaurants are shut down for being unhealthy.
As the celebrities and the gingers battle over who gets possession of Mohammed, the Super Best Friends come to Mohammed's rescue. Meanwhile, Cartman may finally discover the "real" truth about the identity of his father.
The boys stage an intervention for Towelie after he falls off the wagon while working at Timmy and Jimmy's summer camp. At the camp, a jealous camper resorts to dirty tricks to beat Jimmy in a series of competitions.
Eric wants to be a NASCAR driver when he grows up but believes he's too fat and too smart and that in order to be a NASCAR racer and enjoy it, he has to be poor and stupid. In order to achieve his goal, he enlists the help of Butters, and the feminine hygiene product Vagisil.
Mysterion assumes control of South Park's superhero alliance after The Coon is kicked out. Meanwhile, The Coon plots his plan for revenge by conspiring with the enemy, and where is Captain Hindsight when the world needs him?