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Season Seven originally aired in 2003. It began on March 19 and the first half ended on April 30. The second half began on October 22 and ended on December 17.

This season contains 15 episodes and is the final season (to date) to contain more than 14 episodes. It has a Christmas special, "It's Christmas in Canada", and this season also contains the 100th episode special "I'm a Little Bit Country". The episode "Cancelled" was the 100th in terms of production however, but it aired as the 97th. "Cancelled" contains strong references to the first episode, "Cartman Gets an Anal Probe".

Following his resurrection in "Red Sleigh Down" at the end of Season Six, Kenny rejoins the series as a main character. It is noticeable however that he has far less dialogue and importance. He is seen dying on one occasion, "It's Christmas in Canada". This season features the final appearance of Saddam Hussein to date in "It's Christmas in Canada", with him having made various appearances from Season Two onwards. This season also features the break up of Stan and Wendy in the episode "Raisins". The effects of their break up is revisited in the Season Nine episode "Follow That Egg!". However, in the final episode of Season Eleven, "The List", Stan and Wendy make up and appear to get back together, with the episode ending with Stan vomiting over Wendy with nervousness.


Screenshot Title Air Date Code #
S7E1-Thumbnail "Cancelled" March 19, 2003 704 97

The boys learn that Earth is a reality show for aliens and must save it from cancellation.

S7E2-Thumbnail "Krazy Kripples" March 26, 2003 702 98

Timmy and Jimmy start a club for cripples. Christopher Reeve comes to town to promote stem cell research.

S7E3-Thumbnail "Toilet Paper" April 2, 2003 703 99

Kyle feels guilty after he and the boys TP their art teacher's house.

S7E4-Thumbnail "I'm a Little Bit Country" April 9, 2003 701 100

The boys enter an anti-war demonstration; Cartman travels back in time to the American Revolutionary War era.

S7E5-Thumbnail "Fat Butt and Pancake Head" April 16, 2003 705 101

Cartman's hand puppet Jennifer Lopez gets major publicity, which angers the real Jennifer Lopez.

S7E6-Thumbnail "Lil' Crime Stoppers" April 23, 2003 706 102

The boys pretend to be police detectives.

RedMansGreed059 "Red Man's Greed" April 30, 2003 707 103

The town is taken over by Native Americans who want to create a highway.

S7E8-Thumbnail "South Park is Gay!" October 22, 2003 708 104

The men and boys of town become metrosexual.

S7E9-Thumbnail "Christian Rock Hard" October 29, 2003 709 105

When the other boys kick Cartman out of their band, he pulls his own group together to make music for Jesus.

S7E10-Thumbnail "Grey Dawn" November 5, 2003 710 106

The elderly have their driver's licenses taken away, against which the AARP retaliates.

S7E11-Thumbnail "Casa Bonita" November 12, 2003 711 107

Cartman tries to get himself invited to Kyle's birthday party at Casa Bonita, a Disneyland-like Mexican restaurant.

S7E12-Thumbnail "All About Mormons" November 19, 2003 712 108

Stan befriends a boy and his family, who are all Mormons.

S7E13-Thumbnail "Butt Out" December 3, 2003 713 109

The town calls in Rob Reiner to combat the spread of smoking among children after the boys are caught doing so.

S7E14-Thumbnail "Raisins" December 10, 2003 714 110

The boys take Stan to Raisins, a Hooters-like restaurant after Wendy breaks up with him. Butters meets a girl who seems interested in him.

S7E15-Thumbnail "It's Christmas in Canada" December 17, 2003 715 111

Kyle and the boys fly to Canada during Christmastime to see the Canadian Prime Minister after Ike's biological parents take him back to Canada.

Season Seven