The Second Season

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201. Terrance and Phillip in "Not Without My Anus" (Original Airdate: 4/1/98)
Terrance and Phillip star in this one episode where the boys play a cameo role. Terrance and Phillip get a letter from Iran about Terrance's daughter Sally, so they go over to get her. Saddam Hussein takes notice and follows them back to Canada, which he quickly sets about subduing. Terrance finds that his ex-wife, Celine Dion, is shacking up with Ugly Bob.
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202. Cartman's Mom Is Still A Dirty Slut (Original Airdate: 4/22/98)
A mysterious shooting of Mephesto interrupts the revelation of who Cartman's father is, bringing a double mystery to "South Park." Hoping to save Mephestos's life, Chef and the boys race to Hell's Pass Hospital in the midst of a snowstorm, while the townsfolk are left to solve the attempted murder and expose the would be assassin. As the snow mounts, so does the tension, posing the questions; Will Mephesto survive long enough to reveal Cartman's father? Can the townsfolk of "South Park" find the killer and survive the snowstorm on empty stomachs?
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203. Chickenlover (ahem) (Original Airdate: 5/27/98)
As more and more chickens are violated, the pressure to catch the "Chickenlover" builds causing an emotional outburst from Officer Barbrady whom admits he can't read. Suspended from the force and sent back to school, Barbrady deputizes the gang so they can help him catch the "Chickenlover." While Stan, Kyle, and Kenny help Barbrady decipher clues on the Magical Bookmobile, Cartman takes to the streets as the resident law enforcer preventing "South Park" from slipping into total anarchy.
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204. Ike's Wee-Wee (Original Airdate: 5/20/98)
Ike's impending bris strikes fear in Kyle's heart, and he devises a plan to protect his baby brother and get him as far away as possible from "South Park" and his "circumcision." With the help of the gang, Ike goes on an adventure to Nebraska. When the Brovlofski's discover what Kyle has done, a family secret is revealed, teaching the boys an important lesson in family. Meanwhile, the school counselor Mr. Mackey is suspended from his job after an anti-drug message goes awry, forcing him onto the streets into an "altered state" of living.
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205. Conjoined Fetus Lady (Original Airdate: 6/3/98)
An innocent game of elementary school dodgeball reveals that Pip has an unnatural ability which makes him the team ringer, but also sends Kyle to the feared school nurse. Anxiety ridden from school stories of how no child comes back alive from a visit with Nurse Gollem, Kyle survives and informs the gang that she's no monster, but suffers from Conjoined Twin Msylexia?a dead fetus is attached to her head! Kyle's mom Sheila takes it upon herself to launch a Conjoined Twin Msylexia awareness campaign, educating the citizens of South Park about the disorder and humiliating Nurse Gollem in the process. Meanwhile, the Cows beat Denver in the State Finals and are sent to China to compete for the World Championship dodgeball title against the dreaded Chinese.
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206. The Mexican Staring Frog of Southern Sri Lanka (Original Airdate: 6/10/98)
When the boys are assigned a project that involves interviewing a Vietnam War veteran about his experiences overseas, Uncle Jimbo leads the boys astray with a few "embellishments." The project lands them in detention for a week, and they concoct a plan to get even with Jimbo by embarrassing him and his buddy Ned on their Public Access show, "Huntin' and Killin' with Jimbo and Ned." Meanwhile, Jimbo and Ned start kicking butt in the ratings against "Jesus and Pals," causing His producer to stir things up with a new set, new topics and a too hot for TV video. Needless to say, Jesus is not amused, especially when the war between the boys and Jimbo winds up on His show.
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207. City On The Edge Of Forever (Original Airdate: 6/17/98)
When the South Park school bus gets into a major accident, Ms. Crabtree sets out to find help before the bus full of kids tumbles off a cliff, or something worse happens. While Ms. Crabtree gets help from a truck driver and then accidentally winds up performing stand-up comedy on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno," the boys reflect on past events that have happened to them, adding on some odd twists.
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208. Summer Sucks (Original Airdate: 6/24/98)
Schools out and Stan, Kyle, Cartman and Kenny are free to enjoy their summer. But summer in Colorado isn't all it is cracked up to be, especially when a ban on fireworks threatens to make the Fourth of July very lame, until the Mayor concocts a scheme that might add "spark" to the festivities. Meanwhile, Mr. Garrison goes into a depression when his beloved Mr. Hat disappears, causing him to seek psychiatric help from a pseudo-squiggling Dr. KATZburg (voiced by COMEDY CENTRAL's Jonathan Katz of "Dr. Katz: Professional Therapist").
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209. Chef's Salty Chocolate Balls (Original Airdate: 8/19/98)
The sudden influx of cous cous, raw vegetables and tofu into the "South Park" sewage system forces Mr. Hankey to turn to Kyle, Stan, Cartman and Kenny for help in ridding South Park of the Hollywood element before it's too late. But Kyle's plea turns into a Hollywood bidding frenzy, as agents swarm looking to make Mr. Hankey into a summer movie. Meanwhile, the residents of South Park try to call off the festival after being submitted to valet parking, theme restaurants and crowded parties.
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210. Chicken Pox (Original Airdate: 8/26/98)
Believing the age-old notion that it's better to contract the chickenpox as a child, the parents of South Park decide to purposefully expose Stan, Kyle and Cartman to the virus. However, when the boys discover what their parents are up to, they are less than thrilled. Meanwhile, Kyle and Kenny's fathers try to rekindle their childhood friendship, despite their socio-economic differences.
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211. Roger Ebert Should Lay Off The Fatty Foods (Original Airdate: 9/2/98)
Strange things are happening at the planetarium, which lead Stan, Kyle and Kenny to investigate. Together, with help from Mr. Mackey and Nurse Gollem, the boys uncover a sinister secret being concealed by the planetarium's director, Dr. Adams. Meanwhile, Cartman wins a Cheesy Poof singing contest.
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212. Clubhouses (Original Airdate: 9/23/98)
Wendy and Bebe talk to Stan and Kyle about playing in a clubhouse, but the two boys don't have one, and they don't know anything about such houses. Stan and Kyle decide to build one for themselves and their girlfriends. Cartman, not one to be bested, decides to build his own sprawling house with Kenny, and they hold a big party in it. Randy thinks Sharon is cheating on him, so he lets loose and hangs out at Cartman's treehouse for a while.
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213. Cow Days (Original Airdate: 9/30/98)
The Wild West moves in to the Rockies as the 14th annual Cow Days celebration pulls in to "South Park." After exploring the lame carnival rides, Stan, Kyle, Cartman and Kenny become obsessed with a carnival game in which the prizes include Terrance and Phillip dolls. Almost broke and still empty handed, the boys are forced to come up with a plan to decide which one of them must enter the bull-riding contest, which offers a grand prize of five thousand dollars. Meanwhile, the town's cows start to gather in an unconventional way.
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214. Chef Aid (Original Airdate: 10/7/98)
A bad legal judgement threatens to land Chef in jail, unless he can come up with two million dollars to pay off the slimy Capitalist Records company. Learning for the first time that Chef is a legend in the music business, Stan, Kyle, Cartman and Kenny set out to raise money to bail Chef out of a jam. When conventional fundraising falls short, the boys unite the town for a benefit concert, Chef Aid, and some of Chef's famous friends drop by to lend a hand including Sir Elton John and Meatloaf. Meanwhile, an old friend is stalking Mr. Garrison.
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215. Spooky Fish (Original Airdate: 10/28/98)
Stan's aunt Flo gives him a goldfish, but Stan isn't so sure this is a good gift. When no one is looking, the fish jumps out and pulls Kenny into the fish bowl, devouring him. Stan and friends go to a strange pet store to ask about the fish, and the owner tells them about a portal that leads to a parallel world. The boys go through... and evil versions of them come back to deal with the other strange animals that are causing havoc through the town.
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216. Merry Christmas, Charlie Manson! (Original Airdate: 12/9/98)
When Stan's parents say no to a road-trip to Cartman's Grandma's house, Stan sneaks out to join Kyle, Kenny and Cartman anyway. Dinner with the Cartman family takes a bizarre twist when their Uncle Howard shows up after breaking out of prison and the holiday results in a police stand-off. The boys go to the mall to escape the police, but the police show up anyway.
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217. Gnomes (Original Airdate: 12/16/98)
The boys are asked to write a paper on corporations, so they go to Mr. Tweek for help, as he runs his own business and has had experience dealing with large corporations. They meet Tweek for the first time and are stunned by his constant shivering. Tweek drinks lots of coffee... and is beset by gnomes who come in during the wee hours of the morning and steal his underpants. When the boys see this for themselves, they nab the gnomes and follow them to their cave, where the underwear is collected... but the gnomes can't figure out how to profit from it.
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218. Prehistoric Ice Man (Original Airdate: 1/20/99)
While attempting to rescue Kyle from the bottom of a snowy crevice, the boys discover a man imbedded in a block of ice. The world watches while South Park's resident genetic engineer, Mephesto, studies the "Ice Man" as a possible missing link between prehistoric man and the modern era. However, events involving the "new find" cause tension between Stan and his best friend, Kyle.