South Park: Season 18 (2014)




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Air date: Sep 24, 2014
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Series 17 of South Park continues the misadventures of Stan, Kyle, Eric and Kenny in the fictional town. Episodes include "Handicar" which sees Timmy try to raise money for summer camp and "Grounded Vindaloop" where Cartman tricks Butters in to believing he is living in virtual reality.


Matt Stone
as Kyle/Kenny
Trey Parker
as Stan/Cartman/Mr. Garrison/Timmy
April Stewart
as Wendy Testaburger

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Critic Reviews for South Park Season 18

All Critics (2) | Top Critics (1)

South Park came into Season 18, guns blazing, with a merciless eye on the National Football League.

Sep 25, 2014 | Rating: 8/10 | Full Review…

If this is what we can look forward to for the next few weeks, well, that'll be pretty fun, too-there's really not that much to complain about.

Sep 25, 2014 | Rating: B- | Full Review…
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Audience Reviews for South Park: Season 18

While some episodes are weaker then others, Season 18 of South Park hints at a new future for the show - one that may involve recurring storylines and actual character development, which is very exicting.


Super Reviewer

South Park attacked SJWs, it was amazing.


Super Reviewer

As outrageous and provocative as ever, Season 18 of South Park delivers some fun laughs. Especially topical, the season addresses the controversy over the NFL's Washington Red Skins, drones, Freemium gaming, and YouTube commentating. Additionally, the episodes are surprisingly serialized, with continuing story arcs throughout the season; such as Randy secretly moonlighting as the pop singer Lorde. And the comedy is outlandish, and incredibly funny (for the most part). Still, it gets rather vulgar at times, really pushing the TV-MA rating. Also, a lot of the jokes are contingent on knowing the pop culture references and current events being spoofed. Irreverently entertaining, South Park: Season 18 continues the series' trademark brand of social satire.


Super Reviewer

The most meta season of all South Park, this was one of the funniest in a good while, consistently funny, bonkers and having a somewhat "structure" from start to finish. Imagine that, a full story for a whole season in South Park! Still, there were a couple of missteps and on such a short season, those problems become noticeable. I wouldn't mind it if this was a longer season, but only 10 episode? Are you kidding? We're being ripped off of weekly gold.

Francisco G

Super Reviewer

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