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The 10 Best South Park Episodes
No One Remembers
By BJ COLANGELO
Proper Condom Use
After an embarrassing incident in which Stan “milks” a dog, his parents decide the school needs to teach sex education. Through the failures of teachers Mr. Mackey and Ms. Choksondik, the girls don’t know how you actually contract STDs, and the boys and girls end up in a “Mad Max 2: Road Warrior'' type showdown.
Royal Pudding
The Ike-centric story centers on the Canadian Royal Wedding, complete with nonsensical Canadian royal "traditions," like the Prince of Canada shoving the dismembered arm of his bride-to-be up his anus. The ridiculousness of it all is a way to parody the pretension of British royal weddings.
A Nightmare on FaceTime
Convinced he's found the ticket to financial success, Randy buys a Blockbuster, despite the fact that rental stores are all but dead. The episode spends most of the time lampooning "The Shining," with Randy slowly losing his mind at the isolated store, interacting with the ghosts of Blockbuster customers past and putting his family through hell.
Eat, Pray, Queef
In the Season 13 meta episode "Eat, Pray, Queef," the men of South Park are furious when the anticipated episode of "Terrance and Phillip" is an April Fool's joke and is replaced by a show called "Queef Sisters." The show is exactly like "Terrance and Phillip," but replaces the lead characters with Katherine and Katie, two girls who queef on each other instead of fart.
Tsst
Liane Cartman spends most of her time bending to the whims of her sociopathic bigot of a child, leading her to finally seek the help of reality TV nannies in the Season 10 episode "Tsst.” When that doesn't work, she enlists the help of "The Dog Whisperer," Cesar Millan, whose techniques reserved for animals seem to finally have a way with Cartman.