Chickenpox The kids' parents only have their best interests at heart when they arrange for Stan, Kyle and Cartman to be exposed to the chickenpox virus. The boys see things differently and they decide to get even with the help of a streetwalker named Old Frida. At the same time, Kyle's mother arranges an ill-fated fishing trip for her husband and his former best friend, Kenny's dad.
Roger Ebert Should Lay Off the Fatty Foods Stan, Kyle and Kenny are strangely drawn to the new planetarium. Is it just a harmless place to learn about the solar system, or is it the scene of a diabolical plot to control the minds of South Park's citizens? Cartman, meanwhile, is on a personal quest to appear on television singing the happy Cheesy Poofs song.
Clubhouses Stan is psyched to have Wendy visit his clubhouse for a game of Truth or Dare. But first he has to build one. When Cartman finds out, he immediately enlists Kenny's help in building an elaborate rival clubhouse. If that weren't already enough for any eight-year-old to deal with, Stan also has to help Wendy fix Kyle up with Bebe and come to terms with his parents' untimely divorce.
Cow Days The Wild West arrives in South Park as the 14th annual Cow Days celebration pulls in to town. 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 to win the grand prize of five thousand dollars.