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Season Two of South Park first aired on April 1, 1998 and later concluded on January 20, 1999.

According to a promo used on Comedy Central in around May 1998, Ike's Wee Wee was initially the Season premiere but official sources later on changed the Season premiere to Terrance and Phillip in Not Without My Anus.

In this season, Cartman discovers his dad is his mom, Kyle finds out his brother Ike is from Canada and Mr. Garrison replaces Mr. Hat with a new puppet called Mr. Twig. This season began with some controversy when it aired "Terrance and Phillip in Not Without My Anus" instead of the conclusion to "Cartman's Mom is a Dirty Slut". This season also has the most episodes up to date, with eighteen episodes.

This is the first season of the show, and only from the first twenty-two, for which Trey Parker and Matt Stone have never recorded commentaries, possibly due to the commentaries from the previous set being edited and released only as a separate disc. While discussing this fact in the Season Three commentaries that suggest that they considered this season to be poor.

The show's ratings reached a significant peak in the second season at an unmatched 5.5 million viewers for the season premiere. Trey and Matt have attributed this to the media hype that surrounded the show, feeling the 3.4 million viewers that the third season onward averaged was more representative of the show's "true" fan base.[1]


Screenshot Title Air Date Code #
201 "Terrance and Phillip in Not Without My Anus" April 1, 1998 201 14

Terrance and Phillip must save Terrance's little daughter, Sally, and all of Canada from an evil dictator.

202 "Cartman's Mom is Still a Dirty Slut" April 22, 1998 202 15

The boys wait for Dr. Mephesto to regain consciousness and reveal the identity of Cartman's father.

204 "Ike's Wee Wee" May 20, 1998 204 16

Mr. Mackey, the school counselor, is fired and turns to drugs and alcohol. Meanwhile, when the boys find out what it means to be circumcised they try to save Ike from his bris.

203 "Chickenlover" May 27, 1998 203 17

When Barbrady resigns, anarchy ensues and the boys pitch in to help.

205 "Conjoined Fetus Lady" June 3, 1998 205 18

The boys go to China to compete in a dodgeball championship. The town holds an appreciation week for the school nurse.

206 "The Mexican Staring Frog of Southern Sri Lanka" June 10, 1998 206 19

Jimbo and Ned's efforts to drive up the ratings for their new hunting show on the cable access channel threatens to edge out an old favorite, Jesus and Pals.

207 "City on the Edge of Forever (Flashbacks)" June 17, 1998 207 20

A freak accident leaves the South Park Elementary school bus teetering precariously on the edge of a cliff.

208 "Summer Sucks" June 24, 1998 208 21

The entire town is gearing up for the annual 4th of July celebration when a ban on fireworks is imposed.

209 "Chef's Chocolate Salty Balls" August 19, 1998 209 22

South Park's first film festival attracts crowds of pretentious, tofu-eating movie lovers to the quiet mountain town.

210 "Chickenpox" August 26, 1998 210 23

The kids' parents only have their best interests at heart when they arrange for Stan, Kyle and Cartman to be exposed to the chickenpox virus.

211 "Roger Ebert Should Lay off the Fatty Foods" September 2, 1998 211 24

Is the new planetarium a harmless place to learn about the solar system, or the scene of a diabolical plot to control the minds of South Park's citizens?

212 "Clubhouses" September 23, 1998 212 25

Stan and Kyle are psyched to have Wendy and Bebe visit their clubhouse for a game of Truth or Dare, but first they have to build one.

213 "Cow Days" September 30, 1998 213 26

South Park's 14th Annual "Cow Days" rodeo and carnival is here and the boys are determined to win Terrance and Phillip dolls.

214 "Chef Aid" October 7, 1998 214 27

After a huge loss in court, Chef is left penniless, but he has some very famous and talented friends in the music business who want to help their old mentor.

215 "Spookyfish" October 28, 1998 215 28

When Sharon Marsh's Aunt Flo makes a monthly visit, she brings a mysterious pet fish for Stan.

216 "Merry Christmas Charlie Manson!" December 9, 1998 216 29

Dinner with Cartman's family takes a bizarre twist when Uncle Howard shows up after breaking out of prison with the help of his cellmate, Charlie Manson.

217 "Gnomes" December 16, 1998 217 30

Cartman, Stan, Kyle and Kenny are assigned to write a report with Tweek, the very nervous and highly caffeinated boy who insists gnomes are stealing his underpants.

218 "Prehistoric Ice Man" January 20, 1999 218 31

The boys' discovery of a man encased in ice threatens Stan and Kyle's friendship.

Season Two


  1. Toni Johnson-Woods (2007). Blame Canada!: South Park and Popular Culture. Continuum. ISBN 978-0-8264-1731-2.