Season two of South Park offers 18 raunchy misadventures with Stan, Kyle, Cartman, and (he should live so long!) Kenny. This year's crop includes "Terrance & Phillip in Not Without My Anus" (saving Canada from Saddam Hussein); "Cartman's Mom Is Still a Dirty Slut" (not really -- but she is a hermaphrodite); "Ike's Wee Wee" (Stan doesn't want his brother to "lose it" at his bris); "Chickenlover" (book reports are a cinch if you don't read books); "Conjoined Fetus Lady" (the title character is Kyle's nurse -- and there's even Chinese dodgeball!); "The Mexican Staring Frog of Southern Sri Lanka" (Jesus imitates Jerry Springer as the boys learn about Vietnam); "City on the Edge of Forever" (a missing bus and remembrances of things past); "Summer Sucks" (no fireworks, no Mr. Hat, but plenty of snakes); "Chef's Chocolate Salty Balls" (an independent film festival collides with "The Call of Mr. Hankey"); "Chickenpox" (exposing "the parental conspiracy" and a herpes revenge as a bonus); "Roger Ebert Should Lay Off the Fatty Foods" (an evil planetarium and exploding heads); "Clubhouses" ("Truth or Dare," Colorado style); "Cow Days" (never let cows see a statue); "Chef Aid" (Johnnie Cochran vs. Chef in a copyright suit, and Ozzy Osbourne gives up bats); "Spookyfish" (the one with the goateed Cartman and "hella cool"); "Merry Christmas Charlie Manson" (Charlie escapes, just as the boys visit Mr. Hankey in the Mall of Nebraska); "Gnomes" (a Harbucks coffee shop fights for the hearts and minds of the kids, while the gnomes demand underpants); and "Prehistoric Ice Man" (or "The Thing from 1996!").
by Hal Erickson synopsis