The Fourth Season

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401. Cartman's Silly Hate Crime 2000 (Original Airdate: 4/12/00)
After hucking a rock at "Token" - South Park's only minority student - Cartman is pursued by the FBI for committing a hate crime and lands in juvenile detention hall. As Cartman adjusts to life on the inside, he gradually befriends his cellmate, "Romper Stomper," who, although rough and tough on the outside, also misses his mommy. Meanwhile, the boys help their convicted friend smuggle cigarettes so he can break free and join his friends in the third annual "Gauntlet Sledding Race."
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402. The Tooth Fairy's Tats 2000 (Original Airdate: 4/5/00)
When Cartman discovers that the Tooth Fairy is paying a premium price for his lost teeth, he and the boys seize the opportunity to make some cash. Our little entrepreneurs build a thriving business by appropriating teeth from the less fortunate, and Cartman is sitting pretty as the mastermind behind the entire operation. When the boys attempt to expand their racket, they come face to face with Denver's Mob Boss in the black-market tooth trade. Meanwhile, when Kyle learns that the Tooth Fairy is just a myth created by everyone's parents, he begins to question his own existence.
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403. Quintuplets 2000 (Original Airdate: 4/26/00)
The boys reluctantly go to a circus and tolerate the acts they see until a troupe of contorting Romanian quintuplets gets their attention. The boys are in love. Later that night, the quints' grandmother knocks on the Marshes' door and asks for sanctuary. The Marshes take the quints and their grandma in. Marvin Marsh gets to know her well. The quints begin to teach the boys their moves, and Kenny's musical talent is discovered. His success takes him to Romania.
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404. Timmy 2000 (Original Airdate: 4/19/00)
Timmy, one of the boys' classmates, is excused from doing homework when Mr. Mackey misdiagnoses him with Attention Deficit Disorder. Stan, Kyle, Kenny and Cartman immediately try to get ADD too. Meanwhile, Timmy parlays his handicap into a gig with a heavy metal band. Is there a date with the Rock 'n Roll Hall of Fame in Timmy's future?
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405. Great Expectations (Original Airdate: 11/29/00)
In the first musical since "South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut," the show's creators present their rendition of the beloved classic novel, "Great Expectations." In the spirit of "Masterpiece Theatre," "South Park" brings Charles Dickens' classic, "Great Expectations," to life. The boys' annoying British classmate, Pip, takes us to London for this timeless tale told "South Park" style.
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406. Cartman Joins NAMBLA (Original Airdate: 6/21/00)
Cartman suddenly decides Stan, Kenny and Kyle are too immature to be his friends. When he goes in search of more sophisticated companions, he is thrilled to discover plenty of adult men who want to be friends with 8-year-old boys. Mr. Garrison finds himself in the wrong NAMBLA. When he reaches the right one, the boy he hooks up with is one he knows well.
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407. Cherokee Hair Tampons (Original Airdate: 6/28/00)
Kyle is on his deathbed with a rare kidney disease and his mother is trying to cure him with a variety of natural, holistic crap. Cartman, meanwhile, is the only one who can save Kyle's life, and although he is willing to bargain, his price is high. Also, two Indians come in and sell various native products, including tampons made from super-absorbent Cherokee hair.
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408. Chef Goes Nanners (Original Airdate: 7/5/00)
Chef notices that the South Park flag has four white men lynching a black man and he sets out to change that. This leads to a debate in which the kids take sides. Cartman and Wendy find themselves on the same side and develop feelings for each other - until Wendy remembers who she's falling for. Mr. Garrison's puppet, Mr. Hat, is found to be a neo-Nazi.
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409. Something You Can Do With Your Finger (Original Airdate: 7/12/00)
the boys decide to start up a boy band so they could earn some money. They have the four members, but they need a fifth. After various tryouts, the boys choose Wendy to be the fifth "boy." Randy learns of this new band and warns his son against being part of it, sharing with him his own flirtation with fame after high school. Randy is recruited as another fifth boy after Kenny is killed, though.
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410. Do The Handicapped Go To Hell? (Original Airdate: 7/19/00)
The boys remember to go to confession after a fiery lecture on hell by Fr. Maxi, but they're concerned that Timmy would be damned to hell for not being able to confess his sins. All he can say is "Timmy," which could doom him. Cartman decides that no one should need to go to confession in order to avoid hell, after seeing Fr. Maxi having sex with Mrs. Donovan and wondering whom Fr. would confess to.
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411. Probably (Original Airdate: 7/26/00)
This part 2 of 2 shows how good life is in hell. Satan has moved into a new condo at Styx Condominiums with a new lover, Chris, who's more gentle and understanding than Saddam. Chris and Saddam soon fight over Satan, and Satan has to make a hard choice. Satan talks with God about this, and God is disappointed that Satan is such a pussy now. Satan returns to hell and makes his choice, and Saddam is condemned to heaven.
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412. 4th Grade (Original Airdate: 11/8/00)
The boys' plan to build a time machine and travel back to a happier, easier school year. With the help of two local science geeks, they rig Timmy's wheelchair for time travel and prepare to make history. Meanwhile, Miss Choksondik seeks advice on how to handle her new class from an unlikely source. Watch for cats chasing after milk.
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413. Trapper Keeper (Original Airdate: 11/15/00)
With a nod to the "Terminator" films, the new 4th Graders, Stan, Kyle and Kenny, partner with a life form sent from the future to squelch an ever-expanding super being before it's too late. In the meantime, Kyle's baby brother, Ike, is found to be a genius and is enrolled in Kindergarten at the tender age of three. The Kindergarten class shows up on their first day only to find their new teacher is none other than Mr. Garrison.
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414. Helen Keller, the Musical (Original Airdate: 11/22/00)
The 4th grade Thanksgiving play is in trouble and Stan, Kyle and Kenny are going to great lengths to make their production a hit. Cartman even brings in a ringer from Broadway to make their holiday show unforgettable. Meanwhile, Timmy tries his hardest to show the other kids that his new puppy can be the star of their show.
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415. Fat Camp (Original Airdate: 12/6/00)
The adults are concerned for Cartman's health, so they arrange for him to go to fat camp. Once he's there, he arranges for another kid to stand in for him and sneak food into the camp from the school. At the same time, the kid shows that Cartman has been losing weight, but Kyle gets suspicious, as he knows no one gets skinny as quickly as Cartman seems to have done. Meanwhile, Cartman is found out and banned from the camp. The kid is sent in to replace Kenny in the Krazy Kenny show, as Kenny himself seems to have been arrested for ... indecent behavior with Howard Stern.
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416. The Wacky Molestation Adventure (Original Airdate: 12/13/00)
The kids learn about child molestation and see it as a way to get their parents off their backs for a while. Once they start calling in their claims, the police arrest their parents, then move on to their teachers, Chef, the school administration, and eventually, every adult in South Park. The boys enjoy their freedom for a while, but realize they can't live on their own with their limited life skills.
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417. A Very Crappy Christmas (Original Airdate: 12/20/00)
The town has lost its Christmas spirit and the boys want to do something to bring it back. They decide to make their own little Christmas special, seeing as there are so many others out there already. They also run into Mr. Hankey, who has acquired a wife and kids since the boys saw him last, and they find him living in the sewer.