10. “Trapped In The Closet,” (Season 9, Episode 12):
Stan is dubbed the reincarnation of L. Ron Hubbard by a local group of Scientologists, causing a chain of bizarre events, such as Tom Cruise and John Travolta locking themselves in Stan’s closet and R&B singer R. Kelly turning the whole affair into an urban opera.
9. “Scott Tenorman Must Die,” (Season 5, Episode 4):
Cartman buys pubic hair from a ninth grader for ten dollars in order to become a man. When his friends tell him that he needs to grow his own to be a man, he demands his money back. Scott refuses and Cartman comes up with a sick and twisted plot for revenge.
8. “Hell on Earth 2006,” (Season 10, Episode 11):
7. “The Death of Eric Cartman,” (Season 9, Episode 6):
The kids of South Park retaliate against Cartman by ignoring him after he eats all the skin off of the chicken Kyle, Kenny and Stan were going to eat. Cartman is convinced that he’s dead and no one can hear or see him because he’s a ghost. With the help of Butters, (who is the only one that can “see” him) Cartman tries to payback his sins on earth, for he cannot go to the afterlife without doing so.
6. “Proper Condom Use,” (Season 5, Episode 7):
5. “Gnomes,” (Season 2, Episode 17):
The boys are forced to write a current events paper to save Mr. Garrison’s job. Stan, Kyle, Cartman, and Kenny are grouped together with Tweek, a jittery child, who suggests that the presentation be on the “Underpants Gnomes”, tiny men who sneak into his house and steal his underwear. Meanwhile, a local cafe, ran by Tweek’s parents’, is being threatened by a big-time corporate coffee shop.
4. “Mr. Hankee the Christmas Poo,” (Season 1, Episode 9):
As a Jew, Kyle feels excluded from the rest of the town during Christmas and is comforted by Mr. Hankey, a talking, singing feces. Kyle’s mom protests the school’s Christmas play leading to the removal all religious aspects of Christmas from the entire town.
3. “Cartman’s Incredible Gift,” (Season 8, Episode 13):
After Cartman jumps off a roof in an attempt to fly, he lands in a coma with a serious head injury. He wakes from his coma, with the cops convinced he has psychic powers. Cartman starts using his “powers” to get paid for catching a serial killer.
2. “The Return of the Chef,” (Season 10, Episode 1):
1. “The Passion of the Jew,” (Season 8, Episode 3):
Kyle finally sees Mel Gibson’s The Passion of the Christ and decides Cartman’s anti-Semitic claims are true. Stan and Kenny also see the movie and hate it, prompting them to head to Malibu to retrieve their ticket money from Mel Gibson himself.