South Park

TV Show • 1997 • Animation  

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Follows the misadventures of four irreverent grade-schoolers in the quiet, dysfunctional town of South Park, Colorado.
This tv show contains 188 potentially triggering events.
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Season
Episode
Your Triggers
Does the dog die?
190 supporters
Yes
117
No
15
11
lindseyh
Yes, in a few episodes a dog is killed. For example, there are a few dogs that kill themselves because they are owned by Paris Hilton (Stupid Spoiled Wh*** Video Playset). I also believe a dog is hit by a car in Ike's Wee Wee.
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Abandonment
0
SiRenfield
S5
 E13
Kenny Dies: Stan unfortunately does not make it to the hospital before Kenny passes and is heartbroken to learn that his final words were him asking where he was
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Yes
38
No
6
2
stickysweet_hunny
Cartman's dad abandoned him.
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
12
No
0
3
Not sure about any other instances, but in the episode "Big Gay Al's Big Gay Boat Ride", he has an animal sanctuary specifically for gay animals that had been abandoned by people.
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Abuse
Yes
20
No
0
2
DeenGray
Butters' parents are abusive. They once sold him to Paris Hilton, among other bad stuff.
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1
jdpamv
At the end of "Doubling Down", not only does Heidi forgive and accept Cartman's abuse but becomes like him herself.
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Is someone stalked?
17 supporters
Yes
62
No
5
2
Whiteout
In "The Return of the Fellowship of the Ring to the Two Towers" the kids are trying to return a movie to the movie store, and Butters stalks them (a parody of Lord of the Rings)
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3
maximoalva153
Butters parents are the worst
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3
jdpamv
Many character are brutalized for shock value or spectacle, this includes women.
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2
stickysweet_hunny
Butters is severely abused by his parents and two episodes he starts lashing out on his classmates.
Bebe is one of them in the most recent episode and another when he had to go to Hawaii for his "Culture."
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Yes
81
No
6
15
TVADDICT0307
Cartman constantly gaslights everyone in his life
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Yes
11
No
1
0
SirPerspective
I needed 2 more. "Yes! Yes!"
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Is a child abused?
69 supporters
Yes
100
No
3
10
VishnyaAzraq
Butters' parents. It's very stereotyped and is mostly shown as some kind of running gag but can still be very upsetting (he gets beaten in one episode, tho it's not shown, but you can hear it).
Same goes for Tweek's parents, it isn't shown as much as Butters but still can be seen as abuse. (a few examples : not taking their son' anxiety seriously, making him work, giving him coffee with meth, pointing a gun at him to "teach a lesson")
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Addiction
4
lindseyh
Yes, in "Hummels & Heroin" many people are shown to overdose. In "Quest for Ratings" the boys drink a bunch of cough syrup. In Season 22 Randy opens a weed farm. In "Towelie," "A Million Little Fibers," and "Crippled Summer" the character Towelie is shown to abuse marijuana and drugs. In "The Poor Kid" and "Lil' Crime Stoppers" meth labs are shown. In "Ike's Wee Wee" the counselor uses marijuana and possibly other drugs. In "Timmy 2000" drugs are also abused. In "My Future Self n' Me" drugs are mentioned. In "Medicinal Friend Chicken" marijuana is used. I may have missed a few episodes.
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Is there addiction?
10 supporters
Yes
84
No
4
3
wcndertweek
yes, stan marsh when diagnosed with depression goes to alcohol as a "coping mechanism" for him to stop seeing everything as shit.
3 comments | Add comment
Yes
78
No
4
3
sae
At some point Stan becomes an alcoholic
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Animal
Were animals harmed in the making?
68 supporters
Add comment
Yes
2
No
29
Does a horse die?
55 supporters
Yes
73
No
11
0
StarBot
Remember the beating the dead horse joke?
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
98 supporters
Yes
120
No
5
6
sOMEsHITHOLE
the entaire episode of woodland critters.
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Are animals abused?
113 supporters
Yes
113
No
5
4
Anonymous
P.E.T.A. operatives are stated to routinely copulate with the animals under their 'care,' breeding mutant hybrids.
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4
SirDerpymister
It’s mentioned at one point in C**k Magic,” but not shown. As for the sport they are discussing, roosters play Magic: The Gathering.
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Yes
87
No
3
3
Pilibbe
Many. For example, in one episode a character literally "beats a dead horse".
3 comments | Add comment
Is an animal sad?
42 supporters
Yes
12
No
1
0
KankriVantas
S1
 E4
Stan's dog is sad in the episode 'Big Gay Al's Big Gay Boat Ride'
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Are rabbits harmed?
37 supporters
Yes
20
No
0
1
FakeJacob
S8
 E14
A Satanic rabbit is sacrificed by their other Satanist friends in a Christmas special. The events of the episode are revealed to be a Christmas story a character wrote, but the sacrifice is shown on screen, so yes.
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Does a cat die?
101 supporters
Yes
98
No
16
4
shortbred
The action is not shown on-screen, but the aftermath is-- in Paris Hilton's scrapbook, multiple pets are shown to have committed various acts of suicide. There is at least one cat among them. (also in a more realistic art style than usual.)
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Does a pet die?
85 supporters
Yes
40
No
5
1
SunnyCat
Children’s pets die quite a few times throughout the course of the series.
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Does a dragon die?
17 supporters
Yes
68
No
15
3
kennywoohoo
^ episode “fishsticks” from season 13
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Are there spiders?
26 supporters
Yes
73
No
6
5
lindseyh
Yes, in the episode "Red Hot Catholic Love" there is a queen spider in the Catholic church.
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2
DeenGray
S2
 E19
The boys go hunting for crocodiles, inspired by Steve Irwin the crocodile Hunter.
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Are there snakes?
12 supporters
Yes
73
No
7
3
SirDerpymister
Many snakes are seen in the series, but the most notable is “Crippled Summer,” where Nathan tries to assassinate Jimmy with a black mamba.
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Are there sharks?
5 supporters
Yes
10
No
1
0
KankriVantas
S14
 E7
Nathan gets assaulted by a shark.
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Are there bugs?
17 supporters
Add comment
Yes
72
No
6
Assault
0
Butters
S12
 E13
Yes, Bridon's father slaps his mother and CPS officials (one is a woman) in S12 E13 Elementary School Musical.
1 comment | Add comment
Is someone drugged?
17 supporters
Yes
21
No
6
2
Jadedfandoms
though its only confirmed in one of the games, Tweek's parents drug him with meth
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Is there pedophilia?
64 supporters
Yes
21
No
3
3
S4
 E5
cartman discovers NAMBLA and many pedophiles go after the children in his class
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Is someone held under water?
11 supporters
Add comment
Yes
14
No
8
Is rape mentioned?
43 supporters
Yes
19
No
1
0
KankriVantas
S12
 E8
Kyle, Stan, and a bunch of other characters continually talk about Indiana Jones being assaulted. They're extremely upset and visibly traumatised.
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
19
No
3
1
S1
 E5
-17:26 to -17:07 Shelly beats up stan. -01:56 to -01:45, she beats him up again.
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
32
No
4
0
randy
S4
 E8
There is a brief scene where Mr. Mackey is restrained to the wall while Mrs. Cartman pees into a glass for him to drink from.
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
67
No
5
4
bingbong
many people, sometimes children- mostly indiana jones though
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Is someone's mouth covered?
9 supporters
Add comment
Yes
7
No
0
10
jdpamv
Some instances, a few of the more infamous ones being in Season 11’s “The China Problem” where Indiana Jones is raped onscreen three times as a joke. One of these scenes recreates the rape scene from Boys Don’t Cry, a biopic about the real rape and murder of a trans man.
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2
SunnyCat
S11
A couple of people get raped (one onscreen, the other heard only) by disney-style woodland animals in the Imaginationland trilogy.
4 comments | Add comment
Bodily Harm
Yes
69
No
3
4
lindseyh
Cutting in mentioned and I believe shown in the episode "Goth Kids 3: Dawn of the Posers."
3 comments | Add comment
Yes
12
No
1
0
BloodBluePearl
S5
 E2
In "Cripple Fight", the new leader of the scouts threatens the boys not to tell anyone about the child pornography he produced of them by smashing his hand (inside a puppet) repeatedly with a hammer. This leaves blood on the table.
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Are there dislocations?
5 supporters
Add comment
Yes
8
No
0
Yes
12
No
0
0
KankriVantas
S13
 E5
Throats get c*t alot. One specific moment of throat mutilation is in the gay fish episode, when Kanye West and his friends tie up a comedian and assault him.
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
50
No
3
3
Whiteout
In one episode in the earlier seasons, Kenny gets strangled by ropes and dies
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Is there decapitation?
15 supporters
Add comment
Yes
13
No
1
Is there cannibalism?
24 supporters
Yes
65
No
5
3
ProfessorProcyon
In "Scott Tenorman Must Die", Cartman gives Tenorman chili that is made up of the ground-up bodies of his parents. Tenorman doesn't find out what the chili is actually made up of until later, and is horrified when he learns the truth.
2 comments | Add comment
Yes
27
No
4
3
Sanundertrail
S14
 E6
Pip Pirrup is crushed by Mecha-Streisand in 201.
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Is someone choked?
14 supporters
Add comment
Yes
14
No
4
Yes
76
No
4
4
lindseyh
Yes, in the episode "Pre-School" the pre-school teacher gets burned alive twice. In "Spontaneous Combustion" many characters spontaneously combust.
2 comments | Add comment
Yes
44
No
4
1
TVADDICT0307
In the episode "Funnybot" Tyler Perry is buried alive
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Is there body horror?
28 supporters
Yes
24
No
4
0
the episode "centipad" shows kyle and 2 others stitched together human centipede style on stage 🫢
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Is there amputation?
14 supporters
Yes
49
No
4
1
bingbong
arms are blown off in imagination land & hands are chopped off in Future Self and Me
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
65
No
4
4
ziggyswizz
Justin Bieber's head is squashed in the episode C**n vs. C**n and Friends"
2 comments | Add comment
Is there Achilles Tendon injury?
12 supporters
Add comment
Yes
16
No
12
Is there a hanging?
24 supporters
Yes
69
No
4
4
UmbrellaAcademyFan
A child hangs himself in “Cartman Sucks”, at a gay conversion program.
5 comments | Add comment
Yes
23
No
4
0
SunnyCat
Kenny dies by asphyxiation a few times in the series
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
62
No
3
4
UmbrellaAcademyFan
Osama Bin Laden’s teeth are damaged and fall out in “Osama Bin Laden Has Farty Pants”. It is played in a cartoon-parody style.
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Does someone become unconscious?
3 supporters
Add comment
Yes
22
No
4
Does someone break a bone?
13 supporters
Add comment
Yes
58
No
4
Yes
58
No
3
4
Anonymous
Kenny in "Chinpokomon" has a seizure while playing a video game and is unresponsive for most of the episode until he dies.
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7
Jake18
"God, Butters! Why'd you have to shoot him in the dick? You don't shoot people in the dick!"
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Is there finger/toe mutilation?
29 supporters
Add comment
Yes
50
No
6
Is someone tortured?
57 supporters
Yes
67
No
3
0
JJJJ888
S6
 E17
Santa claus’ ballsack get shocked
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Does someone fall down stairs?
3 supporters
Add comment
Yes
24
No
4
4
ProfessorProcyon
The episode "Cartman Sucks" involves a kid that is about to jump off a bridge in one scene, but he is talked out of it.
7 comments | Add comment
Yes
64
No
4
6
Anonymous
Skip "Good Times With Weapons" if this is triggering.
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Is someone stabbed?
6 supporters
Add comment
Yes
7
No
1
Yes
48
No
6
3
mdwstm
in the earlier seasons there is more cartoony gore, in the later seasons a bit more realistic
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Children
Yes
23
No
4
2
Jadedfandoms
S10
 E10
Ike is kidnapped by his kindergarten teacher for reasons that fall under a different category, however he does get returned to his parents by the end of the episode
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Does a kid die?
28 supporters
Yes
94
No
4
10
Anonymous
One of the main children, Kenny, dies in many episodes (especially the older ones), usually graphically. He always comes back though.
8 comments | Add comment
Yes
33
No
3
4
Ingeborg
Raisins girls
4 comments | Add comment
Creepy Crawly
Are there bedbugs?
7 supporters
Yes
6
No
7
3
booberkendallroy
not bedbugs but there’s an entire episode about lice
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Death
Does someone sacrifice themselves?
7 supporters
Add comment
Yes
18
No
3
Yes
16
No
1
0
BloodBluePearl
S10
 E1
Kenny is killed off extremely frequently in earlier episodes, though nowhere near as much as the show has progressed, though this is never permanent except for at the end of season 5, where he doesn't return until the end of season 6.

Chef is killed off permanently in "The Return of Chef"
2 comments | Add comment
Yes
19
No
3
1
Pantalones
Ridiculous amounts of imaginary beings, ranging from religious figures to leprechauns, die in huge battles during the Imaginationland trilogy.
2 comments | Add comment
Does someone die?
10 supporters
Yes
22
No
1
1
Butters
S13
 E11
The Miami Dolphins are killed.
4 comments | Add comment
Disability
Is the r-slur used?
22 supporters
Yes
55
No
1
4
jdpamv
Too many instances to count but mostly in the episodes where the disabled boy Timmy is involved, he is referred to it directly as a slur.
3 comments | Add comment
2
CrispyPumpkin
S8
 E2
Cartman pretends to be handicapped to win the special olympics.
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Drugs/Alcohol
Yes
23
No
3
1
kennywoohoo
iirc not at the point of dying; in “ike’s wee wee” mr mackey overdoses.
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Family
Yes
50
No
3
4
maximoalva153
Eric, Stan, Kyle (I dont know if Kenny was still alive) were kidnapped by Barbara Streissand the episode is call Mecha-Streissand
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Does a parent die?
6 supporters
Yes
70
No
3
6
MadelineCox
In the episode Reverse Cowgirl Clyde's mom is killed by leaving the toilet seat up.
2 comments | Add comment
Does someone cheat?
12 supporters
Yes
56
No
4
2
maximoalva153
Chef became a stripper for to pay a dept and one those people is Kyles mom, (she is married
2 comments | Add comment
Yes
50
No
4
6
SirDerpymister
In “1%,” Cartman stages a murder mystery with his toys, leading to all of them being destroyed.
3 comments | Add comment
Does a family member die?
11 supporters
Add comment
Yes
12
No
2
Fear
Are there jumpscares?
30 supporters
Yes
37
No
18
4
Striker2751
Multiple jumpscares throughout series
2 comments | Add comment
Yes
58
No
3
2
Jadedfandoms
S13
 E8
Ike gets posessed by Michael Jackson
3 comments | Add comment
Are there ghosts?
5 supporters
Yes
68
No
3
5
Striker2751
In dead celebrities Ike sees ghosts
3 comments | Add comment
Are there clowns?
9 supporters
Yes
49
No
3
1
SunnyCat
S15
 E14
In “The Poor Kid”, Kenny and his siblings are seen in a playroom with several clown faces on the wall and his younger sister gets very upset by these.
1 comment | Add comment
0
PickledPlums
Stark's Pond is a reoccurring location
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Is trypophobic content shown?
12 supporters
Add comment
Yes
1
No
18
Are there razors?
S.A.F.E. ALTERNATIVES® (1-800-DONTCUT)
6 supporters
Add comment
Yes
18
No
3
Yes
50
No
5
1
SunnyCat
The four main boys are seen naked in a shower in “Lil Crime Stoppers” though it is not at all sexualised and no genitalia is shown.

Clyde is briefly seen in a shower in “Marjorine” but like with Lil Crime Stoppers it isn’t sexualised.
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Are there mannequins?
4 supporters
Add comment
Yes
13
No
6
Gross
Yes
42
No
3
5
ProfessorProcyon
The show has a lot of toilet humor, so naturally this happens sometimes. One episode even involves a sound known as the "brown note" that causes people to soil themselves, which eventually gets broadcast on live TV and causes everyone to... well, you can figure it out.
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Does someone vomit?
58 supporters
Yes
103
No
5
42
Dorianaz9
season 1
ep 1 (Cartman Gets an Anal Probe) 8:41 and 1:58 and 2:03 and 3:15 and 20:23 all these timestamps are when Wendy is talking to Stan (a common joke in the series)
ep 7 (Pink eye) 20:30 Wendy talks to Stan
Ep 11 (tom's rinoplasty) 2:26 and 2:36 and 4:58 and 5:36 and 6:00 and 8:15 to 8:20 and 9:46 and 3:49 and 7:44. This is surely the episode with the most v* scene. Each time it's when the professor talks to Stan and once it's Mr. Garisson who v* after his operation
Ep 13 (Cartman's mom is a durty slurt) 5:56 a drunk man v* and 9:31 another drunk man v*

season 2
Ep 2 (Cartman's Mom Is Still a Dirty Slut) 13:25 Stan v* during the operation and 20:43 (SPOILER) Mephesto announces that Liane is hermafrodite and everyone in the room v*
Ep 9 (chef's chocolate salty balls) 4:39 Stan is disgusted by a scene from "Brokeback Mountain" and 4:49 Wendy talks to Stan
Ep 17 (gnomes) 6:48 Cartman v* after drinking too much coffee and 7:14 he v* a second time
Ep 18 (prehistoric ice man) 2:28 Stan v* when trying to save Kyle from a cave

Season 3
ep 12 (korn's groovy pirate ghost mystery) 19:49 to 19:55 the dog v* the corpse of Kyle's grandmother
Ep 14 (The red badge of gayness) 4:42 a drunken man v* and 7:40 Jimbo v* and 12:03 a drunken man v*
Ep 16 (Are You There God? It's Me, Jesus) 15:00 Kenny v* blood

season 4
Ep 6 (Cartman joins nambla) 4:13 Stuart v* after Kenny kicks him in the balls and 10:58 to 11:12 Stuart v* after drinking a glass full of medicine and 12:57 to 13:11 Stuart v* after doing a ride at a funfair
Ep 7 (cherokee hair tampons) 7:18 Kyle v* when he's s*ck
Ep 12 (fourth grade) 6:37 Chief v*
Ep 13 (trapper keeper) 12:54 the s*ck child v* his lung and 20:13 the monster (which is actually Cartman) v*
Ep 15 (fat camp) 5:52 to 6:25 Kenny v* after eating a manatee kidney

season 5
Ep 1 (it hits the fan) 4:48 and 7:16 and 11:53 and 21:34. Throughout the episode, a virus develops after overusing the word
"shit" and one of the symptoms is v* of the intestines.
ep 4 (scott tenorman must die) 20:38 Scott Tenorman v*
ep 9 (Osama bin Laden Has Farty Pants) 9:43 stewart v* after smelling cartman farts
Ep 11 (the entity) 18:49 Kyle's cousin v* on the plane. Audio only.

season 6
Ep 1 (Jared has haires) 6:42 and 6:47 and 7:04 Butters tries to eat while extremely full
Ep 8 (Red Hot Catholic Love) 7:45 and 10:39 and 17:14 and 17:27 and 19:52 and 20:36 throughout the episode. The characters eat by the ass and shit by the mouth (Yes you read that right) It's not really v* but it looks like it and therefore it can trigger
Ep 14 (the death camp of tolerance) 21:08 Mr Slave v* Lemmiwinks

Season 7
Ep 3 (toilet papers) 12:30 the cashier v*
Ep 13 (butt out) 3:57 Stan v* after smoking

Season 8
Ep 3 (the passion of the jew) 4:05 Kyle v* when he watches "the passion of the christ"
Ep 6 (the jeffersons) 13:19 Harrsion Yates v* when he realizes that mr Jefferson is not black (parody of some cops who want to put innocent black people in jail just for their skin color)
Ep 12 (Stupid Spoiled Whore Video playset) 1:23 & 1:48 & 3:05 & 8:30 & 8:33 Paris Hilton v*

season 9
Ep 2 (die hippie die) 10:01 Randy (in hippie) v*
Ep 14 (bloody Mary) 3:46 Randy (drunk) v* during a alcohol test

Season 10
Ep 5 (a million little fibers) 17:17 ophra's asshole v* and ophra's vagina v* after (yes you read that right)
Ep 7 (tsst) 19:28 Cartman v* black liquid
ep 10 (Miss Teacher Bangs a boy) 19:20 a man v* after being sprayed with tear gas by Cartman

Season 11
Ep 6 (D-YKES !) 12:42 mrs Garisson kicks a man in the balls and he v*
ep 13 (guitar queer-o) 16:09 Stan v* after playing too much "heroin héro" (metaphor for heroin)
ep 14 (the list) 21:43 Wendy talks to Stan

season 12
Ep 3 (major boobage) 10:35 Kenny v* after getting off the trip
ep 6 (over logging) 17:42 to 18:01 Randy watches porn where girls v* in their mouths (audio only)
Ep 8 (the Chinna probrem) 5:44 Kyle saw Indiana Jones being raped (metaphor)
Ep 9 (breast cancer show ever) 9:08 Cartman v* his panties
Ep 12 (about last night...) 4:45 and 16:20 and 16:36 many person are drunk while celebrating Obama victory
Ep 14 (the ungoundable) 14:02 Butters v* in Cartman's room when he thinks back to the taste of blood (which is actually tomato juice)

Season 13
Ep 5 (fishstick) 4:14 a man laughs so much he v*
Ep 12 (the F word) 8:13 one of the motorcycle rider v* when he realizes that Cartman shit on his motorcycle
Season 14
Ep 2 (the tale of Scrootie Mcboogerballs) 4:31 to 4:50 and 5:28 to 6:39 and 9:02 to 9:08 and 9:19 to 9:44 and 11:18 and 12:26 to 12:46 and 12:57 to 13:35 and 14:55. The episode with the most v* scene: the 4 main characters have written a book so vulgar that every time someone reads it, they v*
Ep 5 (200) 2:44 Paris Hilton v*
Ep 7 (crippled summer) 4:59 towelie v* at summer camp

season 15
Ep 7 (your getting old) 9:42 to 9:58 and 17:14 to 17:21 and 18:01 to 18:09 and 21:33 throughout the episode Stan to hallucinations of people who spits shit. Not v* but it looks a lot like it
Ep 8 (ass burger) 5:36 to 5:49 Stan is drunk and v* and 2:35 the president duck spits shit (as in the previous episode) and 3:59 Stan is drunk and v*
ep 12 (1%) 7:32 Cartman v* when he sees Clyde the frog tied to the tree

Season 16
Ep 4 (jewpacabra) 18:20 two children v* blood
Ep 6 (I should never gone ziplined) 16:57 Kyle v*. This scene is much more triggering than the others because it is not in animation but in live-action. For the first time in the show, there is a scene with real actors and during this scene there is a vomiting scene so it is as triggering as a normal vomiting scene in a movie
Ep 14: (Obama wins !) 13:03 the return of the shit-spitting duck president

Season 17 and 18 are safe

season 19
ep 1 (stunning and brave) 16:48 to 16:51 Randy v* when he is hungover
ep 5 (safe space) 16:06 Butters v* as he sorts through Courtney Love's comments

Season 20
Ep 5 (douche and a Dansih) 7:06 BB v*.
Ep 7 (oh jeez) 0:39 a drunk man v* when he leaves the community center. and 7:53 Cathlyn Jenner v* member-berries juice and 6:09 to 6:15 Randy v* memeber-berries juice

season 21
ep 5 (humelle and heroine) 1:30 the mascot v* and 8:36 the policeman v* during the autopsy
Ep 10 (splatty tomatoes) 16:10 to 16:15 and 16:28 to 16:49 all the characters realize that principal PC and vice principal stroung woman are having sex and 18:49 Sharron v* on Randy when he what they saw

Season 22
Ep 5 (the scoots) 18:42 Stan v* because he ate too much candy. It's hard to know if he v* or if he spits

season 23
Ep 8 (turd burglars) 1:03 and 9:14 and 3:22 and 4:02 and 4:14 and 4:18 to 4:27. Lots of v* in this episode
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Is someone eaten?
18 supporters
Yes
14
No
2
2
Tr33vie
S5
 E4
Cartman gets Scott tenormans parents killed (not shown on screen, if it is its really brief) and made into chili which scott ends up eating. Not much gore, only a finger is pulled out the chili.
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Yes
18
No
0
3
Sibelos
There is quite literally a sh*t load of toilet humor.
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Does someone spit?
8 supporters
Yes
75
No
2
10
Anonymous
Almost every scene about Canada (especially involving Terrence and Philip) has a fart joke in it.
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Is there audio gore?
30 supporters
Add comment
Yes
42
No
1
Is there farting?
4 supporters
Yes
16
No
0
0
eurythia
There's LOTS of fart jokes/farts. Terrance and Phillip (one of the shows inside South Park) is mainly about farts/fart jokes.
There's an entire episode about farts and queefs as well.
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Large-scale Violence
Yes
27
No
3
1
one of the main kids, Cartman, is seen making conspiracies about 9/11 in one episode
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Law Enforcement
Is there copaganda?
14 supporters
Yes
27
No
66
17
tial
The police are usually portrayed as corrupt or completely useless with very few exceptions.
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Is there incarceration?
1 supporters
Add comment
Yes
9
No
0
LGBTQ+
0
KankriVantas
S19
 E1
Caitlyn Jenner gets deadnamed a couple of times by Gerald and Kyle, Kyle corrects himself but Gerald doesn't.
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Yes
20
No
4
1
Sibelos
In the episode "Over Logging" the word "she***e" is used. There's likely other episodes that have this, but this was the one that came to mind.
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2
jdpamv
Ms. Garrison is depicted as sexually predatory before she transitions. While not necessarily in a sexual way, every portrayal of trans people in the show has been a depiction of them as predatory. The most notable instance was that one where a trans woman (or someone pretending to be one, it's unclear) uses her status to injure a bunch of women in sports. The other instance is in The Cissy, where Cartman pretends he's trans to use the women's bathroom.
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Yes
8
No
2
1
BloodBluePearl
S10
 E13
(At the time) Mrs. Garrison is outed as trans by Eric Cartman to the horror of Richard Dawkins.
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
29
No
5
3
stickysweet_hunny
Its unknown if Butters dad Stephen is Bisexual or a closeted gay but he does cheat on his wife with men.
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Loss
Is a priceless artifact destroyed?
2 supporters
Add comment
Yes
7
No
0
Medical
Yes
50
No
4
2
stickysweet_hunny
S23
 E1
"Mexican joker" they "electro-therapied" a Mexican kid to cure his "trauma" so he wouldn't become Mexican Joker.
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Yes
70
No
4
4
Anonymous
A character with diabetes is shown giving himself an insulin shot.
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5
SirDerpymister
In “Tsst,” Supernanny is sent to a mental institution.
3 comments | Add comment
Yes
66
No
3
2
bingbong
multiple throughout the series
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
12
No
0
0
BloodBluePearl
S6
 E5
In "The New Terrance and Phillip Movie Trailer", there is a gag where Stan's older sister reportedly had just started her period and tells him and his friends that she'll let them watch a specific TV show if they bring her tampons. Butters is sent to get her tampons but forgets about bringing them to her, leading to a scene where Stan opens the door to the house and the boys are washed away with a torrent of blood.
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Yes
65
No
2
5
lindseyh
In "Medicinal Fried Chicken" and in "Stanely's Cup"
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Mental Health
Yes
34
No
4
1
stickysweet_hunny
Butters can't dance anymore after his shoe came off while tap dancing and killed a dozen people in a freak accident.
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0
KankriVantas
Tweek has anxiety, and in the episode 'Le Petit Tourette' there are alot of characters with tourette's syndrome. There are also handicapped characters with mental disabilities. Kyle occasionally shows signs of OCD, and Stan is diagnosed (potentially incorrectly) with depression. Episode 'Timmy 2000' has an entire class full of students get misdiagnosed with ADHD. Cartman definitely has something going on mentally, though it's never confirmed. Can't think of any others at the moment but I'm sure there are many more.
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Yes
58
No
3
3
happyhappyist
From 11:00 to 11:25 in "Goth Kids 3: Dawn of the Posers" (S17 E4), it is shown on screen two girls c*tting, as well as talking about it.
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Yes
22
No
3
-1
SiRenfield
S15
 E8
Well ummm…in Ass Burgers they claim autism is not real (at least if I recall correctly) so make of that what you will
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
42
No
2
5
stickysweet_hunny
Mr. Garrison.
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2
In the episode "city sushi" we can see Lu Kim have multiple personality disorder , and again lu Kim, in his psychiatrist alter misdiagnoses butters causing him to get scared of himself, destroying all his "game outfits (sheriff, doctor...)"
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3
SunnyCat
S11
 E2
A boy at a gay conversion camp attempts to jump off a bridge in “Cartman Sucks” though a moving speech stops him from doing so.
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1
KankriVantas
S18
 E7
'Grounded Vindaloop' is pretty trippy and hard to follow. I found it confusing.
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Does someone have a meltdown?
5 supporters
Add comment
Yes
7
No
0
Is there misophonia?
25 supporters
Yes
34
No
4
0
KankriVantas
S12
 E8
There's a loud ringing audio when the boys are running out of the cinema.
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Is there ABA therapy?
13 supporters
Add comment
Yes
3
No
7
Is there body dysphoria?
9 supporters
Add comment
Yes
16
No
4
Yes
62
No
5
3
Anonymous
"The Hobbit" is about girls photoshopping their pictures to look prettier.
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2
Dorianaz9
s12 ep 3 Cartman says he's going to kill himself after seeing "high scool musical" (he doesn't), s7 ep 13 Stan says he's going to kill himself during the concert (he doesn't). S21 ep 2 Cartman says throughout the episode that he is going to kill himself (he doesn't), s16 ep 2 at the end Stan forces a man to kill him then he says he is going to and he makes me, s5 ep 4 Linda says she's going to kill herself (she tries but she can't). S14 ep 3 Kenny says he is going to kill himself and he does but is revived. S1 ep 6 Marvin says he's going to kill himself (he tries but he can't). S7 ep 6 the criminal says he's going to kill himself (and he does). I must have forgotten some
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Yes
62
No
4
10
Striker2751
Tweek is almost always anxious
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Is there a claustrophobic scene?
14 supporters
Add comment
Yes
35
No
9
Does someone have an eating disorder?
24 supporters
Add comment
Yes
47
No
8
Yes
53
No
9
7
Whiteout
There is an episode called "Ass Burgers" which is about anti vaxxers and mental health. As an autistic person I enjoyed it, and I love how the episode was mocking the name of Hans Asperger, who was a nazi and bad person. It was hilarious to me, and since one of the south park creators is jewish I think they have every right to mock a nazi.
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6
lindseyh
The following is a list of episodes in which suicide is committed:
"Cash For Gold"
"Butter's Very Own Episode" (attempted)
"Night of the Living Homeless"
Super Best Friends"
"Cartman's Mom is Still a Dirty Sl*t"
C**n vs. C**n & Friends"
"Cartman Sucks"
"Stupid Spoiled Wh*** Video Playset"
"Britney's New Look"
"Pinewood Derby"
"Death"
I may have missed a few episodes, so please read up on any you plan to watch if you need to.
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Noxious
Are there sudden loud noises?
17 supporters
Add comment
Yes
8
No
0
Are there underwater scenes?
5 supporters
Add comment
Yes
6
No
1
Does a baby cry?
12 supporters
Yes
33
No
3
1
SunnyCat
The PC babies are constantly heard crying over things that they deem politically incorrect.
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Is there shakey cam?
23 supporters
Yes
39
No
8
1
VishnyaAzraq
Not a regular thing in the show itself but the "Pandemic" episodes have lots of very shaky cam scenes, so if it's something that makes you uncomfortable I'd recommand not watching them
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Is there screaming?
7 supporters
Add comment
Yes
9
No
0
3
Pantalones
The show is pretty infamous for obscene language. Almost every episode features heavy swearing. One episode counts on screen how many times "shit" is used. It ends up being like 100 times in the 30 minute episode. Another episode is dedicated to the ramifications of the N-word.
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3
rafalawliet
Season 3 halloween episode during the Korn concert
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Paranoia
0
eurythia
S18
 E5
Laura (Craig's Mom) is being watched by Cartman, Butters and Kenny with a drone while undressing.

(There's probably more examples of someone being watched, but this is the one that first came up in my head.)
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Yes
29
No
3
2
Anonymous
In S12 Episode 8, Kyle directly talks to the people watching at around the two minute mark.
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Pregnancy
Is a baby stillborn?
13 supporters
Yes
21
No
3
3
Dorianaz9
Mentioned in "Jakovasaurs"
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Is there childbirth?
14 supporters
Yes
52
No
4
3
Anonymous
Kenny's mom has given birth at the end of "Cartman Joins NAMBLA" and goes into labor at the end of "C**n vs C**n and Friends." A porcupine gives birth in "Woodland Christmas Critters."
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Are there abortions?
12 supporters
Yes
64
No
3
8
SirDerpymister
One episode, “Kenny Dies,” features Cartman collecting a stash of aborted fetuses for stem cell research. “Woodland Critter Christmas” shows Stan teaching puma cubs how to perform abortions.
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2
isopodproductions
a character has a conjoined twin connected to her face that is a fetus
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Does someone miscarry?
13 supporters
Add comment
Yes
38
No
4
Yes
39
No
2
0
stickysweet_hunny
Butters tap dancing incident killed a woman that was pregnat
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Prejudice
Are there fat jokes?
28 supporters
Yes
89
No
2
6
Anonymous
Cartman is repeatedly called a f****s and variants thereof.
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9
Anonymous
"Mr. Garrison's Fancy New V****a" portrays transitioning as an impulse or a trend. The character does realize they weren't actually a trans woman several seasons later, but is misgendered in several episodes while they are presenting as a woman. A similar situation happens in "The Cissy" where Cartman pretend to be a trans girl to use the bathroom, but again it's hard to say because Cartman isn't actually trans, but the language used to discredit him might still upset some people.
"Board Girls" has a trans woman character (or a man pretending to be a trans woman, it's never made quite clear) who is very masculine and many characters refer to her as "him" but quickly correct themselves. However, she is still essentially a caricature used to poke fun at the issue of trans women in sports.
Other episodes misgender characters who aren't trans, such as Cartman calling Kyle a girl in "Super Hard PC-ness."
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Yes
37
No
60
5
sae
Due to the many, many people who pass in South Park and the poor representation within the series, no, the black guy doesn't go first. But several black characters are killed at certain points in the series, most notably Chef.
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Yes
66
No
4
7
Bigmac
There’s an entire episode surrounding conversion therapy and lgbtq suicide
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14
Anonymous
It's kind of all Cartman does regarding Kyle. (Worth noting that the co-creator is Jewish.)
6 comments | Add comment
Yes
50
No
3
1
jdpamv
"Midget in a bikini" is a nonconformity joke, as far as humor about trans women goes Ms. Garrison fits the bill.
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Is there hate speech?
20 supporters
Yes
90
No
1
16
Anonymous
Cartman is a neo-nazi, despite only being 10 or 11.
All major religeons are made fun of in some way, although it's rather equal-opportunity about it.
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Yes
30
No
4
4
jdpamv
While it’s not promoted for the most part, much of the humor revolves around intentional misrepresentation. In the majority of episodes with stereotypes, it could be seen as "equal opportunity offensive" (although YMMV on even that since the show is written by cis straight white men). However, I’m not going to pretend like that’s always the case, the Trans Garrison arc has very transphobic messaging as does more or less every episode about trans people. There are almost certainly more instances I'm forgetting.
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Yes
67
No
5
5
lindseyh
If this is triggers you in any way, skip the episode "Cartman Sucks."
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10
Anonymous
R****d and its variants get thrown around a lot and one episode has a disabled character defend his right to say it. Same with "cr*ppled." Though there are disabled characters who exist outside of being jokes like Jimmy and Nathan, a lot of jokes are made at their expense. Generally a lot of casual ableism that's to be expected if you know how South Park operates.
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Are there n-words?
18 supporters
Yes
63
No
4
9
bonzo
The episode has 43 uncensored usages of the n word (mostly from white characters)
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Is there aphobia?
12 supporters
Add comment
Yes
12
No
15
Race
Is there blackface?
17 supporters
Yes
20
No
1
1
jdpamv
There's also an episode where the white kids unknowingly apply blackface while playing with ashes (which rightfully infuriates Chef), among other instances like Stan getting surgery to make himself Black in another episode.
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Relationships
Yes
35
No
3
9
jdpamv
Humor depicting pedophiles (always condemning them, mind you) and probably some other instances.
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Religious
Yes
13
No
0
1
Pantalones
Religion is a very common theme and source of mockery in South Park. Jesus is a living person and has a talk show called "Jesus and Pals." He is also almost crucified again in an early episode. Satan appears as a character in several episodes, along with his lover Saddam Hussein. There is an episode about Mormons. The Imaginationland trilogy features many religious deities. The Catholic Church and its child abuse scandal are also mentioned in several episodes. Kyle being Jewish is also mentioned often and Cartman mocks him for it.
2 comments | Add comment
Yes
13
No
0
2
jdpamv
Hell is present and extremely populated compared to Heaven, at that. Many good people, some real (like Steve Irwin) are present there. There are also demons there, including Satan himself.
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Sex
Yes
81
No
2
5
ProfessorProcyon
Sex jokes are frequent, along with nudity (especially bare bottoms). There are also some onscreen sexual acts. It should be noted that it's generally animated in a very limited/cartoonish art style, though.
2 comments | Add comment
Yes
29
No
1
2
stickysweet_hunny
Bebe grew boobs and the boys went crazy
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
23
No
4
4
FakeJacob
S5
 E7
There's a lot, but I'm gonna talk about the instance in "Proper Condom Usage", where a teacher with extremely big boobs takes off her shirt before doing Mr. Mackey.
3 comments | Add comment
Is there bestiality?
46 supporters
Yes
17
No
3
2
stickysweet_hunny
in "chicken lovers" book mobile drives talks about having sex with a chicken
1 comment | Add comment
Is there BDSM?
13 supporters
Yes
9
No
0
2
SiRenfield
Depicted numerous times but the most notable is Mr. Garrison’s sometimes partner Mr. Slave
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Does someone lose their virginity?
8 supporters
Add comment
Yes
11
No
3
Are there incestuous relationships?
National Sexual Assault Hotline 800.656.4673
51 supporters
Yes
54
No
4
9
Anonymous
Cartman admits to fooling around with his cousin in one episode.
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Sexism
5
Dorianaz9
season 5 episode 4 "Scott Tenorman must die" at the end of the episode, Scott Tenorman is ridiculed for crying
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Sickness
Does someone have a stroke?
1 supporters
Add comment
Yes
13
No
5
1
SunnyCat
S5
 E13
Kenny dies from a terminal illness in the episode “Kenny Dies” and is temporarily killed off for about a season and a half.
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
18
No
3
3
Pantalones
Stan's grandfather has dementia and usually calls Stan the wrong name, often calling him "Billy."
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
10
No
1
1
eurythia
S5
 E13
In the episode ‘Kenny Dies’ Kenny develops a terminal illness and he dies. (He comes back in the next episode though).
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Social
Yes
28
No
3
4
kennywoohoo
homeless characters appear multiple time, and there is an episode centered about them (“the night of the living homeless”)
2 comments | Add comment
Yes
9
No
4
2
SiRenfield
I forget which episode but I recall one that called abortion a selfish decision and “taking the easy way out”
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Are there fat suits?
13 supporters
Yes
6
No
25
1
jdpamv
There are fat jokes but no fat suits (separate category).
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
10
No
0
1
BloodBluePearl
S4
 E1
In "The Tooth Fairy Tats 2000", Kyle has a running gag where he's pondering existentialism (and fades out of reality towards the end of it) after being told that both the "tooth fairy" and Santa aren't real.
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Spoiler
Yes
70
No
8
24
ProfessorProcyon
Not really a show that kids young enough to believe in Santa should be watching, though.
4 comments | Add comment
Yes
5
No
7
1
BloodBluePearl
No, except for in "Grounded Vindaloop", when after only 4 cards of credits, there's an extra live action scene of a child playing Butters running into the room and saying "Fellas, I'm not grounded anymore!"
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
55
No
6
8
tial
Depends how dark your sense of humour is on most episodes. A few episodes do have depressing endings no matter how you look at it though.
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Vehicular
Does a car crash?
9 supporters
Yes
57
No
2
3
lindseyh
Yes, this is basically the theme of the episode "Grey Dawn," mocking how old people are terrible drivers. An ongoing gag in the later seasons shows Caitlyn Jenner hitting pedestrians. A few episodes where this happens are "Where My Country Gone?" and "Sponsored Content." In "Put It Down" many people run over children with their cars, if this counts as a car crash.
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Does a car honk or tires screech?
7 supporters
Add comment
Yes
26
No
3
Does a plane crash?
5 supporters
Yes
52
No
3
2
maximoalva153
There is a parody of WWZ
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
58
No
3
4
Anonymous
A truck runs over Kenny in "Best Friends Forever. "Put It Down" has several very gory scenes of children being run over. There's more occasions across the series.
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Violence
Is there a nuclear explosion?
2 supporters
Add comment
Yes
46
No
9
Is there blood/gore?
31 supporters
Yes
87
No
1
4
ProfessorProcyon
Although much of the show is animated in a very limited/cartoonish art style, violence is quite frequent (including blood/gore) and can be disturbing at times.
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Does someone drown?
10 supporters
Yes
55
No
5
8
lindseyh
In the episode "Super Best Friends." Also in "Butters' Very Own Episode" Butters' mom tries to drown him in the car.
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
63
No
2
0
S1
 E3
-6:24 to -6:08, garrison is hunting kathie lee Gifford with a rifle. At -2:54 to -2:47 Kenny dies.
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