South Park (season 15)
|South Park (season 15)|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of episodes||14|
|Original network||Comedy Central|
|Original release||April 27 – November 16, 2011|
The fifteenth season of the American animated sitcom South Park began airing on Comedy Central on April 27, 2011 and ended on November 16, 2011. In response to reactions to the mid-season finale episode "You're Getting Old", which seemed to insinuate that creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone were wrapping up the series, Comedy Central proclaimed through the media that South Park was renewed for two more seasons, and the duo were signed through 2013. Shortly before the airing of the season finale episode "The Poor Kid", South Park was extended again until 2016, taking the show to 20 seasons. Parker was the director and writer for all episodes, and Robert Lopez was the writer in this eleventh episode for the fifteenth season.
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date ||Prod.|
|210||1||"HumancentiPad"||Trey Parker||Trey Parker||April 27, 2011||1501||3.11|
|Kids at South Park Elementary have iPads, but Cartman does not. Kyle is kidnapped by Apple employees.|
|211||2||"Funnybot"||Trey Parker||Trey Parker||May 4, 2011||1502||2.59|
|At a comedy show, Jimmy proclaims that Germany is the least funny country in the world. The German government responds by creating "Funnybot", who goes on to become a major celebrity. The kids try and derail Funnybot's career.|
|212||3||"Royal Pudding"||Trey Parker||Trey Parker||May 11, 2011||1503||2.43|
|Ike watches a Canadian royal wedding and takes action when the princess is kidnapped.|
|213||4||"T.M.I."||Trey Parker||Trey Parker||May 18, 2011||1504||2.42|
|Cartman rants over the results of the students' annual school physicals, thinking that teachers have posted a list of all the boys' penis sizes in the hall for everyone to see.|
|214||5||"Crack Baby Athletic Association"||Trey Parker||Trey Parker||May 25, 2011||1505||2.53|
|When Kyle volunteers at the hospital, he discovers a disturbing club.|
|215||6||"City Sushi"||Trey Parker||Trey Parker||June 1, 2011||1506||2.56|
|A new sushi restaurant causes issues for City Wok, while Butters is diagnosed with multiple personality disorder.|
|216||7||"You're Getting Old"||Trey Parker||Trey Parker||June 8, 2011||1507||2.30|
|When Stan attempts to listen to a new genre of music CD, a debate rages between the adults and the kids as to what music is really good.|
|217||8||"Ass Burgers"||Trey Parker||Trey Parker||October 5, 2011||1508||2.94|
|Cartman attempts to fake Asperger syndrome. Meanwhile, Stan cannot seem to get his life back to normal no matter what he tries.|
|218||9||"The Last of the Meheecans"||Trey Parker||Trey Parker||October 12, 2011||1509||2.90|
|What begins as an innocent game between the boys turns serious when Cartman joins the U.S. Border Patrol. Cartman turns out to be really good at stopping Mexicans.|
|219||10||"Bass to Mouth"||Trey Parker||Trey Parker||October 19, 2011||1510||2.43|
|The students of South Park Elementary are the victims of a new gossip website. An elusive hacker has somehow gained access into all the students' phone calls and e-mails and is posting all of their juicy stories on the Internet. The boys are shocked when they discover the identity of the hacker.|
|220||11||"Broadway Bro Down"||Trey Parker||Trey Parker and Robert Lopez (uncredited)||October 26, 2011||1511||2.92|
|After Randy takes Sharon to see the hit musical Wicked, he becomes Broadway's biggest fan and discovers that all Broadway musicals contain subtext encouraging women to give blowjobs to their men. Randy decides to bring Broadway to South Park by creating his own musical so the fun can never end.|
|221||12||"1%"||Trey Parker||Trey Parker||November 2, 2011||1512||2.85|
|The kids at South Park Elementary are being punished for Cartman's failings in the physical education department.|
|222||13||"A History Channel Thanksgiving"||Trey Parker||Trey Parker||November 9, 2011||1513||2.85|
|The boys discover the real meaning of Thanksgiving.|
|223||14||"The Poor Kid"||Trey Parker||Trey Parker||November 16, 2011||1514||2.41|
|When Kenny's parents are sent to prison, he and his siblings are sent to foster care. Cartman is upset about this because after Kenny is gone, he is now the poorest kid at school.|
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