America's Stupidest Home Videos is a parody of the America's Funniest Home Videos. Like its real world counterpart, they are both hosted by actor/comedian Bob Saget. The show is broadcast by the HBC Network, which is a parody of the NBC Network, and is a contest based on viewer content depicting cute animals, babies, and people getting hurt, for a chance to win a $10,000 prize.
"Little Boy Has A Tea Party"
When Eric Cartman is absent from school, school counselor Mr. Mackey sends the boys on an undercover assignment to videotape Cartman. He is spied on in his backyard while playing "tea party" with his toys, which consisted of Rumpertumskin, Polly Prissypants, and Clyde Frog. While watching America's Stupidest Home Videos with Marvin Marsh, Stan Marsh and Kyle Broflovski came up with the idea to send their spy video for the $10,000 prize. Stan and Kyle win 2nd place prize of $3,000, which was used for a DNA test to discover who is Cartman's father was.
"Young Child Gets Hit By A Train"
While trying to start a go-cart, Kenny McCormick got dragged behind the vehicle, trampled by cows, and ultimately ran over by a train. When the finalists contest were presented, Kenny's video won. Marvin Marsh filmed Kenny's death and received the $10,000.