The curious, adventure-seeking, fourth grade group of 10 year old boys, Stan, Kyle, Cartman, and Kenny, all join in in buffoonish adventures that sometimes evolve nothing. Sometimes something that was simple at the start, turns out to get out of control. Everything is odd in the small mountain town, South Park, and the boys always find something to do with it.
Four boys. One f**ked up town.
Did You Know?
The episode 200 and 201 was banned in Sri Lanka for showing Buddha sniffing Cocaine. See more
In early seasons, whenever the children enter the cafeteria and Chef greets them with the "Hello there children!" line, notice his name on his apron is spelled in lowercase 'chef', but the next scene when he is speaking with the children, and the focus is on him behind the servery, notice his name is spelled in uppercase 'CHEF'. See more
Saddam. But... I killed you.
Well where was I supposed to go, Detroit?
The tune used for the Braniff logo at the end of the credits is the opening song from Trey Parker and Matt Stone's first film, "Alfred Packer: The Musical" (aka Cannibal: The Musical). Titled "Shpadoinkle Day". "The Sky is blue, and all the leaves are green. The Suns as warm as a baked potato. I think I know exactly what I mean, when I say its a Shpadoinkle day!" See more
All airings of "The Passion Of The Jew" after its first showing have a few changes in the scene where Stan and Kenny visit Mel Gibson:
- Gunshots are heard when Kenny and Stan steal $18 from Mel Gibson's wallet.
- More bouncy Noises are put in when Mel Gibson is bouncing around.
- Mel Gibson's sung line "And good evening friends" is done much differently, including Mel running outside (rathing than bouncing), he does a spin and sings his line, and walks off screen, instead of runs.
- One bounce noise is added in when Mel Gibson jumps in front of the jewish people.
South Park (theme song)
Music by Primus
Lyrics by Trey Parker
and Matt Stone
Performed by Les Claypool
, Trey Parker
and Matt Stone See more