How Well Do You Know South Park?



By: Riley Jones

5 Min Quiz

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About This Quiz

For those unfamiliar with the series, South Park is crude, immature and foul, but it's also rife with social and political commentary. Trey Parker and Matt Stone are incredibly sharp and able to create a scathing satire on the most current topics, no matter how big or small. While Stan, Kyle, Kenny, and Cartman are the crucial characters the show centers on, breakout secondary characters like Butters and Randy have elevated the show to new heights. 

In celebration of the release of South Park's twenty-third season, which will include the series' 300th episode, its time to put all those hours of watching the hilarious (yet disturbed) people of South Park to the test! 

If you're the kind of fan who's been watching since season one, enjoys eating member berries from time-to-time, and thinks Randy Marsh is a gift from God... you've come to the right place! Celebrate the release of Season 23 by finding out how well do you know the series with our latest South Park-themed Quiz! 

South Park follows the exploits of four boys. What are their names?

Stan Marsh, Kyle Broflovski, Eric Cartman and Kenny McCormick are the four main characters of the popular animated series. Trey Parker voices Eric and Stan and Matt Stone voices Kenny and Kyle.


South Park is located in which of the following states?

The fictional town of South Park is located in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. Matt Stone and Trey Parker attended college at the University of Colorado and have said they used the town of Fairplay as inspiration for the town of South Park.


Which super-villain alter ego does Butters adopt after being kicked out of the group for being “too lame?”

Butters Stotch's alter ego appears for the first time in the season six episode "Professor Chaos," which aired on April 10, 2002. Butters is voiced by Matt Stone and is said to be somewhat based on co-producer Eric Stough.


What country is Kyle Broflovski’s younger brother Ike from?

Initially born in Canada, Ike’s parents were "devastated by the Cola Wars” and as a result, put him up for adoption. His birth name is Peter Gintz and he first appeared in the season one episode, "Cartman Gets an Anal Probe."


What are the names of the boy’s favorite Canadian comedy duo?

Terrance and Phillip are a Canadian comedy duo who first appeared in the season one episode, "Death." The two characters are voiced by the show's creators, Matt Stone and Trey Parker.


Which of the following actors is partially responsible for the “The Spirit of Christmas” episode going viral back in 1995?

"The Spirit of Christmas" was originally released on December 8, 1992. Clooney was an early supporter of the show and has been featured in two episodes, as well as "South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut.”


What is the name of the video game system Stan’s mother buys the kids in the Season Five episode, “Towelie?”

Stan’s mother buys the boys the fictional video game console known as the Okama Gamesphere in the season five episode "Towelie." The episode aired on Comedy Central on August 8, 2001.


What is the title of the very first episode of South Park?

“Cartman Gets an Anal Probe” aired on August 13, 1997, on Comedy Central. The episode begins with Cartman explaining an odd dream he had the night before about being abducting by aliens.


Which well-known Friends star voiced Miss Stevens in the Season Three episode, “Rainforest Shmainforest?”

Aniston voiced Miss Stevens in the season three episode “Rainforest Shmainforest,” inspired by Trey Parker’s hatred of rain forests. In the episode, the boys are recruited to a rainforest-saving choir by Mr. Mackey after showing poor behavior.


Who is Eric Cartman’s biological father?

Cartman’s father is former Denver Broncos player Jack Tenorman, making him the half-brother of his enemy, Scott Tenorman. Unfortunately, Jack died in the season five episode, "Scott Tenorman Must Die," at the hands of Cartman.


What year did South Park make its debut on Comedy Central?

'South Park' revolves around four boys — Stan Marsh, Kyle Broflovski, Eric Cartman, and Kenny McCormick — and it made its debut on August 13, 1997, on Comedy Central. The series was created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone and developed by Brian Graden.


Who is Randy Marsh’s half-brother?

Voiced by Matt Stone, Jimbo Kern is a Vietnam vet, a avid gun enthusiast, and the half-brother of Randy Marsh. The character first appeared in the season one episode, "Weight Gain 4000."


According to Cartman, if you are unable to go in the sun and have no soul, you might be suffering from which of the following diseases?

In the season nine episode “Ginger Kids,” Eric Cartman discovers a completely made up disease known as Gingervitus. The episode aired on November 9, 2005, on Comedy Central.


What is the GS-401?

GS-401 is a weaponized smart towel developed by Tynacorp, a research manufacturer from another planet. GS-401 looks similar to Towelie except for the large muscles and darker blue color. He made his first and only appearance in the season five episode, "Towelie."


Who is Mr. Hankey?

Mr. Hankey is a Christmas deity who lives in the sewers beneath South Park. He made his first appearance in the season one episode, "Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo" and last appeared in the season twenty-two episode, "The Problem with a Poo."


What is the name of the disabled turkey who made its first appearance in the Season 4 episode, “Helen Keller! The Musical?"

Gobbles was originally owned by famer Carl Denkins but was saved by Kyle and Timmy. Gobbles the turkey now lives with Timmy. The season four episode first aired on November 22, 2000.


Which of the kids is hit in the eye by Kenny’s shuriken in the first episode of Season 8?

During the season eight episode "Good Times with Weapons," Kenny hits Butters in the eye with shuriken and despite needing medical attention, Butters isn't treated until the end of the episode.


Which English rock band comes to South Park after receiving a letter from Eric Cartman in the Season 5 episode, “Scott Tenorman Must Die?"

Cartman convinces Radiohead to come to South Park to comfort Scott Tenorman, but they end up making fun of him instead. The season five episode first aired on July 11, 2001.


What is the name of the normal-looking grapes with faces that speak in high-pitched voices?

The Member berries are a new type of super fruit who enjoy nothing more than reminiscing about the past. The talking fruit made their first appearance in the season twelve episode, 'Member Berries.'


What is the name of the episode where Randy gives himself testicular cancer so that he can obtain a medical marijuana card?

In the season fourteen episode “Medicinal Fried Chicken,” Randy goes to extreme lengths to obtain a prescription to buy marijuana. The episode was written and directed by Trey Parker.


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