The gentrification of South Park is pricing Randy right out of town. Meanwhile, Kyle’s distrust of Stan has broken their friendship and thrown Kyle into a dangerous alliance.
The latest news in the school paper sends the boys searching for their missing classmates.
Jimmy is sent to the principal’s office for using an inappropriate word in the school paper. His integrity as a journalist runs head on into P.C Principal's ideology. Will Jimmy be the undoing of P.C Principal?
When Kenny leads the boys in playing Ninja Warriors, a foreign terrorist organization takes notice. The ever more PC citizens of South Park decide that they no longer need a police force. As the first American town to get rid of their cops, they plan to celebrate their advanced sensibilities with a PC Carnival.
The news of a romantic relationship between Tweek and Craig hits South Park Elementary. Mr. Mackey tries to figure out who started the rumor. Meanwhile, Cartman, who struggles to understand his friends’ relationship, finds he has an admirer of his own.
Cartman is the latest victim of body shaming, and Randy has to deal with uncomfortable confrontations every time he shops at the new Whole Foods.
There’s a new kid in school and his parents have opened a restaurant in the recently gentrified part of town. Cartman now considers himself the top on-line restaurant reviewer in South Park.
As the town of South Park is gentrifying around him, Kenny gets a job at City Wok.
Mr Garrison is fed up with undocumented immigrants, and proposes building a wall to keep them out.
There is a new principal at the helm of South Park Elementary. He forces the boys to confront the damage they’ve done through their history of racism and unconscious bias. It is the most stunning and brave South Park ever.