South Park: Season 6 (2002)


Season 6
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Air date: Mar 6, 2002

The gang seizes upon an opportunity to make money with a weight-loss program that's sweeping the country.

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Air date: Mar 13, 2002

The boys head to Aspen, where the slopes are superb and Stan gets into a showdown with the lodge's expert skier.

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Air date: Mar 20, 2002

The gang decides to put Butters up as a guest on a talk show thinking that they will get special favors.

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Air date: Mar 27, 2002

After learning how veal is made, the boys try to save some calves from the slaughterhouse.

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Air date: Apr 3, 2002

The boys look forward to the newest Terrance and Phillip movie.

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Air date: Apr 10, 2002

When Butters is rejected by the kids, his alter ego Professor Chaos is unleashed.

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Air date: Jun 26, 2002

Cartman and the gang fear that they may have accidentally caused a death.

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Air date: Jul 3, 2002

A priest visits South Park to find out why church attendance is down; the boys protest the tinkering of their favorite movies.

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Air date: Jul 10, 2002

The boys try to prevent filmmakers from remaking their movies, but their efforts are mistaken for a campaign for the release of an infamous criminal.

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Air date: Jul 17, 2002

When Bebe starts to mature physically, the boys behave so boorishly that their friendships are almost ruined.

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The sixth series of Trey Parker and Matt Stone's groundbreaking satire "South Park" continues the program's no-holds-barred approach to skewering controversial subjects in episodes like "Red Hot Catholic Love," which finds the parents in South Park becoming atheist. Gender issues are addressed in "Bebe's Boobs Destroy Society," where a female friend of Kyle, Stan, and Eric starts to get a mature chest, leading Wendy Testaburger to resort to plastic surgery. Another notable aspect of this season is that Kenny, who died at the end of last season, does not appear until the season finale of this run of shows, but his presence is still felt in a multi-episode arc where Cartman becomes possessed by Kenny's spirit.

Cast & Crew

Trey Parker
Stan Marsh
Matt Stone
Kyle Broflovski
Mona Marshall
Linda Stotch
Adrien Beard
Token Williams
Jennifer Howell
Bebe Stevens
Nico Agnone
Filmore Anderson
John 'Nancy' Hansen
Mr. Slave
Eliza Schneider
Christine Jonas
Eli Harris
Ike Broflovski
Karin Perrotta
Jack Shih
Ike Broflovski
Kyle McCulloch
Tad Wachowski
Megan Staley
Tom Vogt
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Critic Reviews for South Park Season 6

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The episode serves as both a gentle ribbing to the series and an homage to a classic forebearer.

Sep 12, 2013 | Rating: 8.5/10 | Full Review…

I remember laughing as hard at that show as anything I'd ever seen on TV, despite and probably because of the fact that it is both unaccountably weird and unquestionably offensive.

Sep 11, 2013 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for South Park: Season 6

  • Mar 28, 2016
    With some of the singular best episodes of the entire series, Season 6 of South Park is vastly different from the rest - but still retains everything that is good about the past 5 years of the show.
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  • Dec 11, 2015
    Quite an unique season as we see the replacement of Kenny with Butters (not that it's bad or anything), the episodes were great satires but lacking in definitive direction.
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  • Apr 03, 2021
    Amazing just makes me laugh
  • Mar 24, 2021
    Another perfekt season except from Mr. Hankey. This is the season social commentary episodes overweigh satire and dirty joke ones. A great watch and still part of the flawless classics!
  • Jan 19, 2021
    A great season with classics such as Jared has Aides, Asspen, Freak Strike, Fun with Veal, The New Terrance and Phillip Movie Trailer, The Simpsons Already Did It, A Ladder to Heaven, The Return of the Fellowship of the Ring to the Two Towers, The Death Camp of Tolerance, The Biggest Douche in the Universe, and My Future Self n' Me.
  • Nov 28, 2020
    I think it is just fresh
  • Oct 26, 2020
    Right now who's just had to do another great season
  • Oct 08, 2019
    I just wanted kenny back
  • Jul 24, 2019
    With loads of classic episodes and tons of funny moments Season 6 of South Park is one of the best seasons of any TV show ever. Kenny was replaced by Butters and later on Tweek Butters is excellent and Tweek did a good job filling the gap. An awesome season with each and every episode here being great. Plenty of great character moments, some of the funniest lines of dialogue, tons of memorable moments and plenty of Episodes that deserve to be on the all time best list. Season 6 is not only one of the best South Park Seasons of all time but also one of the best seasons of any show period. Best Episode: "The Return of the Fellowship of the Ring to the Two Towers" Worst Episode: "The New Terrance and Phillip Movie Trailer"
  • Jan 20, 2017
    South Park Season 6 may be more famous for having retired Kenny for a while, but it benefits much more from dynamically changing scenery, the background, cast of characters and boundaries of the physical, emotional, mental states of how 9-year old kids could get into such crazy adventures, compared to how Season 4 and 5's episodes all looked so identical. I definitely want to preserve "Bebe's Boobs", "A Ladder to Heaven", "Jared has AIDS....oh sorry aides" and "Red Sleigh Down", which turned out to be even better than the movie it was parodying.

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