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Season Three aired on April 7, 1999. It contained seventeen episodes where the first half aired during spring and early summer and the second half airing in fall and winter. The season ended on January 12, 2000.

During this season, the first and only South Park film, South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut, was released. It was featured in theaters on June 30, 1999 and later released on home video on November 23, 1999.

Mary Kay Bergman, who provided the voice for most of the female characters passed away just prior to the airing of "The Red Badge of Gayness".


Screenshot Title Air Date Code #
301 "Rainforest Shmainforest" April 7, 1999 301 32

The boys travel to the Costa Rica as a part of the "Getting Gay with Kids" choir tour.

302 "Spontaneous Combustion" April 14, 1999 302 33

When the citizens of South Park start exploding randomly, the mayor enlists Stan's dad, the resident geologist, to find a solution to the problem.

E "The Succubus" April 21, 1999 303 34

Chef's parents arrive in South Park from Scotland fresh from an encounter with the Loch Ness Monster to attend Chef's wedding.

305 "Jakovasaurs" June 16, 1999 305 35

The boys discover a prehistoric creature called a Jakovasaur while camping at Stark's Pond.

304 "Tweek vs. Craig" June 23, 1999 304 36

The boys instigate a fight between Tweek and Craig in shop class. Meanwhile, Mr. Adler, the shop teacher, is haunted by a recurring dream of his lost love.

306 "Sexual Harassment Panda" July 7, 1999 306 37

After Sexual Harassment Panda "educates" the children, Cartman sues Stan for sexual harassment, and a flurry of other lawsuits follow.

307 "Cat Orgy" July 14, 1999 307 38

While all the adults are gathering at Mr. Mackey's house to watch a meteor shower Shelly Marsh is left babysit Cartman.

308 "Two Guys Naked in a Hot Tub" July 21, 1999 308 39

Stan's parents drag him along to Mr. Mackey's meteor shower party, where he is sent down into the basement to play with Pip, Butters and Dougie.

309 "Jewbilee" July 28, 1999 309 40

Kyle invites Kenny to join him and Ike at Jewbilee, a camp for Jewish kids.

312 "Korn's Groovy Pirate Ghost Mystery" October 27, 1999 312 41

Korn comes to South Park for a Halloween concert and helps the boys solve a spooky pirate ghost mystery.

310 "Chinpokomon" November 3, 1999 310 42

Stan, Kyle, Cartman and Kenny are caught up in the latest fad from Japan: Chinpoko Mon!

313 "Hooked on Monkey Fonics" November 10, 1999 313 43

To help Cartman win the school spelling bee, Cartman's Mom gives him the Hooked on Monkey Fonics spelling system.

311 "Starvin' Marvin in Space" November 17, 1999 311 44

Starvin' Marvin returns to South Park with an alien spaceship and enlists Cartman, Stan, Kyle and Kenny's help to seek out a new home for his starving people.

314 "The Red Badge of Gayness" November 24, 1999 314 45

Cartman has visions of glory as he suits up for the Confederacy in the annual reenactment of a Civil War battle, and leads the drunken rebels to defeat the union.

315 "Mr. Hankey's Christmas Classics" December 1, 1999 315 46

An extravaganza of holiday songs are performed in unique South Park style, hosted by Mr. Hankey.

316 "Are You There God? It's Me, Jesus" December 29, 1999 316 47

People from all over the world start to gather outside Jesus' house waiting for a millennium miracle.

317 "World Wide Recorder Concert" January 12, 2000 317 48

The children of South Park are invited to Arkansas for the "Four Million Child Blow 2000," the first worldwide recorder concert.

Season Three