Jesus sought him out in order to make an appearance during the new years eve millennium party. Everyone in town was expecting Jesus to do something special for the occasion, however God refused to make an appearance on Earth. This left Jesus to decide to do something else for the millennium, as he desired to be liked by the populace once more.
However, things soon go awry and people prepare to crucify Jesus, again, and it is during this moment that Jesus realizes he shouldn't be so dependent on God to make him popular. Just then, God appears and decides to go through the millennium event with his son. He chooses to allow humanity to ask one question of him, however the question is stolen by Stan Marsh. He then leaves and promises to return in the year 4000.
In "Probably", a desperate Satan seeks God's aid in getting rid of Saddam Hussein, however he verbally berates the devil for not being able to deal with his own affairs. God then tells Satan that he should break up with both Saddam and Chris and appreciate himself more before getting in a relationship.
In "Imaginationland, Episode III", an imaginary version of God is mentioned by Superman.
He is shown to be a short-legged squirrel, elephant, cat, hippopotamus tetra-morph with an extendable, reptile-like tongue. However, He claims that this is merely how humans perceive him, so his true form is unknown. He speaks with a deep, calm voice.
- It is implied that God struck Cartman with lightning for taunting him when his HUMANCENTiPAD was taken away.
- Parker and Stone have said that their design of God is basically the idea of "What would God appear as to mess with peoples minds?"
- God did not appear in 200 or 201. This is allegedly because of a rumour about a group of christians criticising Trey and Matt for their depiction of God.
- "Are You There God? It's Me, Jesus" - God came to the people in South Park, at the millennium 2000, and promises to return in the year 4000. The people were surprised by his appearance.
- "Probably" - Satan asks for God's help to get rid of Saddam.
- "A Ladder to Heaven" - God checks on Saddam, who was suspected of having a nuclear factory in Heaven
- "I'm a Little Bit Country" - He is seen in the crowd of people near the end of the episode.
- "Imaginationland, Episode III" - Mentioned only; Superman tells Kyle that God wants to talk to him.