South Park: Season 11 (2007)


Season 11
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Air date: Mar 7, 2007

When Randy sparks public outrage by using the "N" word on live television, Stan approaches Token about his thoughts on the matter. Later, a little person arrives at South Park Elementary for a visit, sending an insensitive Cartman into an uncontrollable fit of hysterics.

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Air date: Mar 14, 2007

Butter's dad has caught his son in what appeared to be a compromising position with Cartman, prompting the concerned father to send his son to camp and "Pray the Gay Away." Meanwhile, Cartman races to track down a photograph of the incident before it makes the rounds.

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Air date: Mar 21, 2007

When South Park Elementary becomes the site of a headlice outbreak and Mrs. Garrison refuses to divulge the name of the student who spread the bug, Cartman launches his own investigation so that the kids will know who to make fun of. Meanwhile, a diminutive louse named Travis realizes that the apocalypse is at hand, and races to warn the lice population of the imminent danger.

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Air date: Mar 28, 2007

Cartman suspects the new Muslim student at South Park Elementary of being a terrorist, and upon discovering that Hillary Clinton will be campaigning in town later in the day he immediately contacts the CIA. Much to everyone's surprise, the CIA detects evidence of a bomb inside Mrs. Clinton, prompting an emergency mission to save the citizens of South Park from certain doom.

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Air date: Apr 4, 2007

Stan is perplex by the tradition of decorating eggs for Easter, and the questions he raises to his father make for some difficult father/son conversation. When the answers to Stan's questions lead him to an ancient secret society created with the specific intentions of protecting the secrets of the Easter Bunny, the curious South Park Elementary student discovers that Bill Donohue and the Catholic League pose the greatest threat to Easter ever known to man.

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Air date: Apr 11, 2007

Mrs. Garrison is fed up with men, but when he attempts to make the class write an essay on The Old Man and the Sea, the boys hire out some Mexican Day laborers to write their papers for them. Unfortunately for the lazy students, the perplexed workers misinterpret the term "essay." Later, Mrs. Garrison decides to become a lesbian. When Persian club owners threaten to take over her favorite bar, the sexually liberated teacher vows to fight for the one place she feels free to be a woman.

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Air date: Apr 18, 2007

As the number of homeless people in South Park begins to grow at an alarming rate, some begin to view their presence as an opportunity while others view it as evidence of a sad state of social inequity. When the vast majority of the population decides to simply ignore the problem, the unyielding quest by the indignant to obtain some spare change quickly spirals out of control.

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Air date: Oct 3, 2007

Upon discovering that he can say anything he pleases if he just claims to be afflicted with Tourettes Syndrome, an emboldened Cartman arranges a special interview with Curtis Hansen on Dateline NBC. But before long, Cartman has lost all control over his vocabulary, leading him down a dangerous path where all filters are off and no obscenity is too extreme.

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Air date: Oct 10, 2007

Stan's father Randy has laid a log so massive that it suddenly makes him a hometown hero, and quickly contacts the European Fecal Standards and Measurements Office in Zurich in hopes of breaking the world record. Randy's quest for greatness is suddenly halted, however, by a certain rock star/humanitarian who isn't afraid to rise to the challenge.

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Air date: Oct 17, 2007

The three-part "Imaginationland" story arc gets under way in this episode of South Park that finds the imagination of the entire world suddenly opening up right before Stan and Kyle. Eager to explore a new world of creativity and wonder, the two friends dive straight into a world where anything can happen. Meanwhile, back in South Park, Cartman believes he has spotted a leprechaun and sets out to solve the mystery of the diminutive man in green.

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The eleventh series of Trey Parker and Matt Stone's envelope-pushing satire "South Park" is highlighted by the three-part episode titled "Imaginationland," which follows Eric, Kyle, Stan, and Kenny as they battle to save the world in an imaginary land while Eric attempts to collect on a bet from Kyle after he proves that leprechauns are real. Other notable installments from this season include "Cartman Sucks," where Butters is forced to go to a pray-away-the-gay program; "With Apologies to Jesse Jackson," where Stan's dad utters a racial slur on national television; and "Guitar Queer-O", which skewers the popularity of the video game Guitar Hero.

Cast & Crew

April Stewart
Wendy Testaburger/Sharon Marsh/Principal Victoria
Matt Stone
Kyle Broflovski/The Ghost of Kenny/Doctor 2/Butler/Thomas McElroy
Trey Parker
Stan Marsh/Eric Cartman/Randy Marsh/Timmy/Mr. Mackey
Mona Marshall
Elderly Women
Adrien Beard
Token Black/Mr. Black
Paula Holmberg
Kathryn Howell
Miss Stevenson
Jennifer Howell
Bebe Stevens
B.J. McCrory
Coyote Brown/Man in Audience 1/Man in Audience 2
Eric Stough
Kenny McCormick
Bobby Peer
Jessie Thomas
Ike Broflovski
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Critic Reviews for South Park Season 11

All Critics (6) | Top Critics (1)

It showed Parker and Stone's gift for getting nerd and game culture without sucking up to it.

Sep 11, 2013 | Full Review…

Eleven seasons in and South Park is as funny and innovative as it has ever been. It's relevant and it's topical.

Mar 11, 2019 | Full Review…

Matt Stone and Trey Parker continue to amaze with their contribution to pop culture. How can they take a current hot topic and get it down to the basic level... and have it on the air that very same week? That's impressive.

Sep 12, 2013 | Rating: 8/10 | Full Review…

This show remains not only brilliantly funny, but more relevant and insightful than anything else on television.

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

As long as its founders find fault in what they do, South Park will strive to maintain its own unique level of anarchic insanity.

Sep 11, 2013 | Rating: 8/10 | Full Review…

Season Eleven collects their most lucid messages on organized religion in The Fantastic Easter Special and Cartman Sucks and, to everyone's surprise, they are completely lacking in knee-jerk religion bashing or insensitivity.

Sep 11, 2013 | Rating: 9/10 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for South Park: Season 11

  • Mar 28, 2016
    With a fantastic three-parter along with some of the singular best episodes of the show within it, to say Season 11 of South Park gets my highest recommendation is no surprise.
    Matthew M Super Reviewer
  • Dec 11, 2015
    The List was one of the best South Park episodes, Cartman sucks was also awkwardly funny. The Imaginationland 3 parter was fun to watch too. Overall, it was a good season that fans would enjoy.
    Sylvester K Super Reviewer
  • 6d ago
    An awesome season, but I never have been a fan of Imaginationland like most people.
  • Nov 28, 2020
    It is just too insane
  • Oct 26, 2020
    Wow wow another season I get tired
  • Oct 25, 2020
    Heres the thing that its so good when theres more
  • Sep 05, 2019
    Season 11 is a great season with plenty of funny and classic episodes. The highlight of this season is the three parter Imaginationland which also won South Park it's third Emmy Award and shows just how creative, unique and damn right funny this show really is. Overall I like all of the episodes here and I don't think a single one is bad. It's all just really good with Imaginationland being Great. Best Episode: "Imaginationland the trilogy" Worst Episode: "D-Yikes"
  • Jan 05, 2014
    South Park's glory days are over, that much is clear, but Trey and Matt are riding out their old age quietly, and it's still pretty fun stuff.
  • Nov 26, 2013
    This one sucked even Imaginationland was lame

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