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Episode 701:  I'm a Little Bit Country
Original Air Date: April 9th 2003

        In order to get out of school, the boys enter an anti-war demonstration. Not really knowing what they're protesting for, Mr. Garrison decides to teach the boys a lesson by making them write an essay about our founding fathers. Cartman, (being the lazy asshole that he is) says that studying is way too much for a nine-year-old to handle and decides to cook up a crazy scheme in order to get out of it. With a crashing boulder, and electrocution Cartman finally gets what he wants... a flash back.  

 

Episode 702:  Krazy Kripples
Original Air Date: March 26th 2003

        When Christopher Reeve comes to town, Jimmy becomes offended because everyone pays attention to him. Timmy and Jimmy decide to start a gang called the "Crips" allowing only people who are crippled from birth to join (making them the only members). When they decide to take on more "crips" Jimmy and Timmy hang with the five points Crips and pop some Bloods. After gaining acceptence from their Denver chapter Timmy and Jimmy realize that making a gang wasn't all it was cracked up to be.

 

Episode 703:  Toilet Paper
Original Air Date: April 2nd 2003

        When the boys get held after school by their art teacher for not appreciating art, Cartman convinces them that the only way to get back at her is to... TP her house. After the vengance has been carried out, Kyle's dreams are haunted with the screams and cries of the teachers children who were in the house at the time, and feels he needs to convince. Nothing that Cartman and a whiffle bat can't remedy!  

 

Episode 704:  Cancelled
Original Air Date: March 19th 2003

        Everyone’s favorite delinquent minors are back when Stan, Cartman, Kyle and Kenny find out that Earth is just one big intergalactic reality show that’s about to be cancelled. When the satellite dish in Cartman’s ass reactivates the four boys travel to meet the Joosyans (the heads of all the media in the galaxy) to try and convince them to not cancel their show. The network executives take them on a learning journey and they discover that Alien Executives are drunken perverted bastards.  

 

Episode 705:  Fat Butt and Pancake Head
Original Air Date: April 16th 2003

        One of Cartman's body parts becomes too famous for its own good. The real Jenny From the Block is enraged to learn that a new "Diva" has stolen her record deal and her boyfriend! South Park will never be the same after Jenny & Ben meet the new "Ms. Lopez."  

 

Episode 706:  Lil' Crime Stoppers
Original Air Date: April 23rd 2003

        When Stan and Kyle feel that their play time no longer has any meaning, they decide to become pretend Police Detectives in order to make a difference. When an assignment goes wrong Cartman, Kyle, Stan and Kenny learn the true meaning of being a pretend cop, and the duties behind it. When it all came down to the nitty gritty, things become too much to handle, and they pretend to be laundry mat attendants instead.

 

Episode 707:  Red Man's Greed
Original Air Date: March 30th 2003

        The owners of the Three Feathers Indian Casino have acquired the town of South Park. The citizens are being forced off their land to make way for a new super highway. Faced with saying goodbye to their friends and their way of life, the boys rally the townspeople to fight back against the rich and powerful Indians.

 

Episode 708:  South Park is Gay
Original Air Date: October 22nd 2003

        Launching the second half of the seventh series, episode 708 entitled "South Park is gay!" has the whole town joining the hip new homosexual craze. Suddenly, it's cool to be gay! Cartman, Stan, Kyle and Kenny go head to head with the other kids to see who can be the "gayest," while Mr. Garrison vows to stop the Queer Eye Guys.  

 

Episode 709:  Christian Rock Hard
Original Air Date: Octobr 29th 2003

        Cartman, Butters and Token rocket to the top of the Christian rock charts with their own messages of faith in an all-new episode, entitled “Christian Rock Hard.” When the other boys kick Cartman out of their band, Cartman pulls his own group together to make music for Jesus. Meanwhile, Stan, Kyle and Kenny are arrested for downloading music from the Internet.  

 

Episode 710:  Grey Dawn
Original Air Date: November 5th 2003
        

        After South Park's senior citizens have mowed down more than a few farmers' markets, the residents no longer feel it's safe to be out in the streets. With their well being at stake, the boys decide to take action against the older generation. Unwilling to surrender their driver's licenses, the elderly fight back.

 

Episode 711:  Casa Bonita
Original Air Date: November 12th 2003
    

        Long Description: Kyle's parents are taking him and three of his friends to Casa Bonita, Colorado's version of a Mexican Disneyland. When Kyle chooses to invite Butters over him, Cartman arranges to have poor Butters go conveniently "missing."

 

Episode 712:  All About the Mormons?
Original Air Date: November 19th 2003

        A Mormon kid moves to South Park and Stan has to kick his ass. But when Stan and his dad meet their new Mormon neighbors, they become fascinated with how genuinely nice they are. Meanwhile the other boys mock Stan relentlessly for wimping out.  

 

Episode 713:  Butt Out
Original Air Date: December 3rd 2003

        After Representatives from the anti-smoking campaign do their song and dance for the children of South Park Elementary, the boys take up the nasty habit.

 

Episode 714:  Raisins
Original Air Date: December 10th 2003

        Wendy breaks up with Stan because he never spends any time with her. To cheer him up, the boys take him to "Raisins,” a local restaurant known for its cheap food and hot girls. Later, as Stan tries desperately to win Wendy back, Butters believes he’s found the girl of his dreams.

 

Episode 715:  It's Christmas in Canada
Original Air Date: December 17th 2003

        The Brovlofski family is dealt a devastating blow when Ike's Canadian birth parents show up unexpectedly and want their baby back. When the townspeople decide to forego Christmas gifts and take up a collection to get Ike home to South Park, the boys are distraught. Before all the money for their Christmas presents gets spent, they hightail it to Canada to bring Ike home themselves.