What is considered the best season of South Park?

What is considered the best season of South Park?

Starting with the meta premiere “It Hits the Fan,” South Park’s fifth season has some of the show’s finest episodes, including “Scott Tenorman Must Die,” which is widely regarded to be the best South Park episode of all.

What’s the highest rated South Park episode?

South Park: Best Episode Of Each Season, According To IMDb

  • Season 2: “Spookyfish” (8.5)
  • Season 6: “The Return Of The Fellowship Of The Ring To The Two Towers” (9.4)
  • Season 10: “Make Love, Not Warcraft” (9.5)
  • Season 14: “Medicinal Fried Chicken” (8.8)
  • Season 21: “Put It Down” (7.8)

Is Stan from South Park Depressed?

He became terribly depressed when Wendy broke up with him in “Raisins”, briefly joining the Goth Kids. Stan also became incredibly depressed and adopted a cynical world view in “You’re Getting Old” and “Ass Burgers”, where everything to him literally sounded and looked “like shit”.

What is the saddest episode of South Park?

The 10 Saddest South Park Moments, Ranked

  • 3 Kenny The Big Brother.
  • 4 Officer Barbrady Fired.
  • 5 “Butters’ Very Own Episode”
  • 6 Wendy Gives Up.
  • 7 The Death of the Mountain Lion.
  • 8 Stanley’s Cup.
  • 9 The Death Of Chef.
  • 10 Butters Gets Dumped.

Is South Park still worth watching?

If you enjoy social satire and can appreciate the extreme/lewd skits and the comedy they hold, then I’d say yes. South Park is one of my favorite shows because, apart from being funny, it’s actually able to portray the ridiculousness of situations extremely well.

Who is the best South Park character?

So here are my picks for the top ten best South Park characters.

  • #8- Sheila Broflovski.
  • #7- Mr. Mackey.
  • #6- Chef.
  • #5- Kenny McCormick.
  • #4- Butters Stotch.
  • #3- Towelie.
  • #2- Randy Marsh.
  • #1- Eric Cartman.

What episode is Stan depressed?

You’re Getting Old
You’re Getting Old

“You’re Getting Old”
South Park episode
Episode no. Season 15 Episode 7
Directed by Trey Parker
Written by Trey Parker