South Park: Season 6 (2002)

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Episodes

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Air date: Mar 6, 2002
2
Air date: Mar 13, 2002
3
Air date: Mar 20, 2002
4
Air date: Mar 27, 2002
5
Air date: Apr 3, 2002
6
Air date: Apr 10, 2002
7
Air date: Jun 26, 2002
8
Air date: Jul 3, 2002
9
Air date: Jul 10, 2002
10
Air date: Jul 17, 2002
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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

Matt Stone
as Kyle/Kenny
Trey Parker
as Stan/Cartman/Mr. Garrison/Timmy

Critic Reviews for South Park Season 6

All Critics (2) | Top Critics (0)

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

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.

MatthewM

Super Reviewer

½

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.

SylvesterK

Super Reviewer

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