A David Blaine cult comes to South Park, but soon has brainwashed the boys, except for Stan, leading him to get the "Super Best Friends" into saving the world and into trying to destroy Blaine.
A homeschooled boy decides to start at public school, much to his overprotective parent's fear. Meanwhile, Kyle falls for the boy's sister.
The boys must save Starvin' Marvin from the government and a Christian group who cares more about converting people from third-world countries than giving them food and shelter.
McVicker is admitted to a mental hospital after being driven insane by the duo vandalizing the teachers' lounge. Van Driessen, Beavis and Butt-Head visit him together, during which time McVicker tries to strangle Beavis.
The duo enter Stewart's house by opening a window and climbing in. They find the house empty, and watch TV. Two burglars break the door down and claim to be moving men. The burglars steal some things and deliberately break some other things, before leaving in a van. Beavis and Butt-Head deliberately cause a great deal of damage to the house and its contents. Stewart and his parents arrive home, horrified at some of their possessions having been stolen and many other things badly damaged.
When Van Driessen challenges his class to make animated films. One student creates a scene of a flower growing, blooming, then dying - which she is very pleased with. Beavis and Butt-Head draw 500 drawings of dead people, which create a scene in which two characters resembling themselves are repeatedly stabbed with tridents. One character is grabbed by a dog and the other has a plane crash into him. Van Driessen is pleased with both short films.
Todd and a member of his gang grab and threaten the duo outside Maxi-Mart, after which they attempt to form their own gang. Stewart asks Beavis and Butt-Head to join their gang. They tell him that he has to break a milk crate in order to be admitted. While doing so at the back of the store, the owner catches him and drags him through the store to the front. The owner grabs Butt-Head and hits him, as Todd arrives and does the same to Beavis.
Rainbow Brite, and her magical horse Starlite, must stop an evil princess and her underlings from taking over the planet Spectra. When they meet Orin, the wise Sprite tries to make the two children get along and work together to stop the evil Princess. Orin tells them that they can only destroy her by combining their own powers against her. Getting in the way of their mission is the sinister Murky Dismal and his bumbling assistant Lurky who, as usual, are lavishing in the new gloom created by the darkening of Spectra, as well as trying to steal Rainbow's magical color belt.
Alvin has entered himself and Simon and Theodore in a hot-air balloon race around the world against the Chipettes to deliver diamonds for a group of diamond smugglers. The winners will collect a prize of $100,000. Kids and adults will enjoy this film made with musical numbers by the Chipmunks and the Chipettes.
Part two of three. At the meteor shower party mentioned in the previous episode, Stan is stuck in a basement with a group of nerdy kids from school who become important to him when the ATF stakes out the party, thinking that the attendees will commit suicide when the meteor comes. Meanwhile, Randy feels uncomfortable after he and Gerald watch each other masturbate in a hot tub.
The children are forced to join a choir sent to Costa Rica to perform against deforestation, but they end up lost in the rainforest and discover that the rainforest is not worth saving. Meanwhile, Kenny falls for a girl in the chorus, but she is reluctant to pursue a long-distance relationship.
After being beaten up outside school by an older student who is wearing a skull earring in his left ear, Beavis and Butt-Head decide to get their ears pierced. They want to have them pierced at Pencer Gifts, but are refused piercings by the girl behind the counter due to not having their parents' permission. They pierce their right ears themselves at home. They go back to Pencer Gifts later the same day, but decide not to have earrings after the same member of staff informs them that a ring in the right ear only indicates homosexuality.
After Fox Broadcasting Company executive Brian Graden saw "Jesus vs. Frosty", he commissioned Parker and Stone to create a second short film that he could send to his friends as a video Christmas card in 1995. This was titled The Spirit of Christmas, also known as "Jesus vs. Santa", and it resembled the style of the later series more closely. The video was popular and widely shared, both by duplication and over the internet, and eventually led to the series.
The idea for South Park originated in 1992 when Trey Parker and Matt Stone, students at the University of Colorado, met in a film class. The two created a low-budget, crudely made, Christmas-related animated short, often called "Jesus vs. Frosty". The film featured prototypes of the main characters of South Park, including Cartman, Stan, Kyle and Kenny.
Under threat of possible death from a gun-toting student, the duo assume disguises and pretend to be exchange students.
Run–D.M.C. – "Down with the King"
Megadeth – "Sweating Bullets"
Frank Black – "Los Angeles"