South Park: Season 9 (2005)

Season 9
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Air date: Mar 9, 2005

The series begins its ninth series.

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Air date: Mar 16, 2005

Hippies, the bane of Cartman's existence, threaten to overrun South Park when they plan a weeklong music festival in town.

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Air date: Mar 23, 2005

Cartman, Kenny, Stan and Kyle become talent agents with one client.

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Air date: Mar 30, 2005

Kenny is able to purchase a gaming device that's been sold out, straining his friendship with Cartman.

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Air date: Apr 6, 2005

The boys become bored with baseball after a long winning streak.

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Air date: Apr 13, 2005

Butters believes he can talk to the dead.

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Air date: Apr 20, 2005

Jimmy has trouble controlling his hormones right before the big talent show.

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Air date: Oct 19, 2005

The town of Beaverton is flooded when a mammoth beaver dam breaks. Is global warming to blame? Only Stan and Cartman know for sure.

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Air date: Oct 26, 2005

The boys decide to fake Butters' death and resurrect him as a girl.

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Air date: Nov 2, 2005

Townsfolk rally against gay marriage, especially Mr. Garrison, whose ex Mr. Slave plans to wed Big Gay Al.

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Trey Parker and Matt Stone's quartet of foul-mouthed fourth-graders face a brand-new set of adventures in the series' ninth series, which opens with Mr. Garrison's notorious sex-change operation. Other highlights include Cartman battling the town's infestation of hippies and Kenny leading an army in heaven against Satan's minions (giving commands via a PSP game). Some of the series' best-known (and most divisive) episodes aired during series 9. Of particular note is "Best Friends Forever," which parodies the contentious right-to-die issue and earned the show its first Emmy Award for Outstanding Animated Program. The timely episode was obviously based on the case of Terri Schiavo, who died the day after the episode aired. The 12th episode of the series, "Trapped in the Closet," also attracted a fair share of controversy for its heavy criticism of Scientology and memorably features an extended sequence of scenes in which Tom Cruise, John Travolta and R. Kelly lock themselves in Stan's closet, with various characters and newscasters begging them to "please come out of the closet."

Cast & Crew

Matt Stone
Kyle Broflovski/The Ghost of Kenny/Doctor 2/Butler/Thomas McElroy
Trey Parker
Stan Marsh/Eric Cartman/Randy Marsh/Timmy/Mr. Mackey
April Stewart
Wendy Testaburger/Sharon Marsh/Principal Victoria
Mona Marshall
Elderly Women
Adrien Beard
Token Black/Mr. Black
Jennifer Howell
Bebe Stevens
John 'Nancy' Hansen
Mr. Slave/Trucker
Jessie Thomas
Ike Broflovski
Wing Han Tsang
Eldridge 'El Hud' Hudson
Paula Holmberg
Connor Villard
Ike Broflovski
Dimitri Mendoza
Ike Broflovski
Hayden Brown
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Critic Reviews for South Park Season 9

All Critics (3) | Top Critics (0)

"Die Hippie, Die" is just classic, hilarious South Park, starring, of course, Cartman as a just terrible person, even though his threat assessment is correct.

Jun 10, 2019 | Full Review…

It's bold, it's revelatory and it's relevant, but most importantly, it's side-splittingly hilarious.

Sep 16, 2013 | Full Review…

Still going strong after eight seasons... South Park is the sole show on basic cable that completely understands how to do satire.

Sep 11, 2013 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for South Park: Season 9

  • Mar 28, 2016
    While some episodes were controversial to say the least, Season 9 of South Park is not afraid of saying what it wishes to say and dishing out some truly hilarious riffs at pop culture, celebrities and religion itself.
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  • Dec 11, 2015
    A controversial season that maybe went a bit too far beyond the boundary. Nonetheless it is exactly what makes South Park great.
    Sylvester K Super Reviewer
  • Jan 19, 2021
    A great season, with great episodes.
  • Nov 28, 2020
    Just too perfect to watch
  • Oct 26, 2020
    Just another great show
  • Nov 06, 2019
    kind of hit or miss this season
  • Aug 27, 2019
    It started off with a great first episode, then followed it up with two weak ones. They knocked it out of the park with the next Three all of which are Great "Best Friends Forever" was the first South Park Episode to win an Emmy Award. the rest of the season was really good aswell. I mainly loved Randy Marsh who was really great in this season as were the four boys, Mr. Garrison and Butters as usual. But Season 9 has problems the biggest one is that there is no Chef his character only appeared once and that is sad. I'd say Season 9 of South Park is nowhere near the quality of the previous season, but it is still great with many classic episodes. Best Episode: "The Death of Eric Cartman" Worst Episode: "Wing"
  • Jan 20, 2017
    Season 9 is just as good, not any better, than Season 8.
  • Oct 15, 2015
    i love south park and this is probably one of the best seasons but tords the middle of the season the episodes seemed a little lazy but its south park .
  • Jan 05, 2014
    Still solid and still satirical, South Park continues to be funny and smart, but on a lesser level.

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