Kenny decides that taking his new girlfriend to a Jonas Brothers concert might earn him a special place in her heart…not to mention other body parts. Unfortunately, his dreams are crushed when purity rings are handed out at the concert.
During times of great woe and despair, one young person in South Park takes it upon himself to keep order. "The Coon" rises from the gutter and becomes South Park's sole vigilante..until a rival superhero, "Mysterion" shows up on the scene and challenges "The Coon"'s right to be a beacon for the townsfolk.
While the entire town is busy pointing fingers over who's to blame for the economy, Randy steps forward with a solution for the financial woes. With everyone in town helping, they all start to live without any economy at all. Elsewhere, the ultimate sacrifice is made by an unlikely savior in a bid to fix the town's problems.
The boys find themselves victims of an April Fool's Day joke, and it doesn't go over well at all. Butters is down, Cartman is infuriated and the rest of the boys are scared it's going to happen again.
Cartman and Jimmy come up with the funniest joke of all time and it takes off everywhere. But when someone else takes credit for the joke, the boys are furious.
It's Pinewood Derby time in South Park, while working on the Derby car, Randy has come up with a plan for Stan to win first place.
Cartman decides to become a pirate, and takes Butters and a small group of recruits with him to help make his dream come true.
The guys want to get involved with sports, watch as Kyle tries out for the school basketball team, Cartman tries the Special Olympics and Stan learns to downhill ski. In addition, they all attempt to lose their Little League game in order to get out of the season early.
Butters has made it all the way to the 4th grade without ever kissing a girl. All of his friends have been teasing him mercilessly. Butters is determined to catch up with the rest of the boys in his class.
Meanwhile, one overly dedicated cop wages war on Prostitution in South Park.
The boys have found their new calling in life and they hurry to sign up for the wrestling club. They soon find out the kind of wrestling they teach at school is not the same thing they saw at the WWE. The boy's wrestling coach has the same problem. He's been struggling for years to get people to see the difference.
Stan and his family are spending his birthday at the Denver Aquarium where they will get to swim with the dolphins. Things turn bloody when the Japanese attack, hug all the dolphins and ruin Stan's big day. There seems to be no end to the senseless killing. Stan takes on the cause to save the dolphins from the Japanese.
Harley riders have come to South Park and the boys decide it's time to deal with the problem. They throw down the F word and it's on…
Cartman becomes the voice of change at school when he takes over the morning announcements. His target is Student Body President, Wendy Testaburger. Cartman asks the tough questions and gains a following.
Things at the water park are not what they seem when the boy's fun filled day is about to turn deadly. Events are in play at Pi Pi's Splash Town that signal the end of the world is upon us and Cartman tries to warn everyone. No one listens and disaster is about to strike and the boys are in a race to survive.