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Officially announced on November 16, 2011, Season Twenty premiered on September 14th, 2016.


This season's storyline is about internet trolls and the presidential election.


During a volleyball match, the girls sit out the National Anthem in protest of an Internet troll known as Skankhunt42. Kyle, along with the other boys, believe it's Cartman and break his stuff. At the end of "Member Berries", the troll is revealed to be Gerald. A the end of "Skank Hunt", the troll attacks again, making the boys realize that Cartman is not the troll. The girls, out of anger, break up with their boyfriends, which is bad news for Stan. Gerald starts to troll a woman known as Freja Ollegard, which goes to plan until she commits suicide. Gerald gets scared, only for his fear to increase when he finds a note on his car saying "I know who you are." In response, he breaks all his technology. He then receives an email telling him to meet at Freemont Bridge. When he goes there, he finds out the message was from a troll known as Dildo Shwaggins. He tries to ignore him when he continually asks him to join his group. He even goes as far as saying to Sheila that he was watching "piss porn" instead of trolling, which ends up with Sheila peeing on him. Dildo Shwaggins (or "Dick") shows him a video from BBC News of the, which will track all the trolls down. Gerald decides to join Dildo in his troll group. Together, they troll the entire of Denmark, leading the country to quit social media. The town then start saying "Fuck Denmark".

Heidi and Cartman

Cartman, without technology, becomes lonely until he meets with Heidi, who quit social media after continually being trolled by Skankhunt42. Heidi shows Cartman her vagina at the end of "The Damned". They then start dating. When Kyle comes for Carman's help to stop Butters, Cartman denies it as he is "out of it now". Heidi gets an idea to do a fundraiser for the people of Denmark, known as Danishes for Denmark.This doesn't work and Cartman comforts her. The two send a video to Denmark stating that they will help them.

2016 presidential election

Continuing on from the previous season, Herbert Garrison is still running for president, along with Caitlyn Jenner. The two celebrate being ahead in the polls until Garrison realizes he doesn't know what he will do when he's in power. He then tries to get people to vote for Hillary Clinton, but things don't go to plan. When he tells the world he doesn't know what he is doing, Hillary replies with "My opponent is a liar, and he cannot be trusted" by order of her aides. Unfortunately, this increases Garrison's votes. In "Douche and a Danish", Garrison is told that he may lose votes if he insults women, so he insults them and his votes go down. When his aides and a bunch of angry Republicans chase after him, he runs back to South Park and tries to resume his job as teacher like nothing happened. Unfortunately, his aides manage to pull him out of the school. He runs until he gets to the Community Center and then goes in. There, he is greeted by Randy who explains to him that memberberries and J.J. Abrams are causing people to vote for Garrison.


Screenshot Title Air Date Code #
Sp-2001-news-episode-announcement "Member Berries" September 14, 2016 2001 268

Mr. Garrison is still on the campaign trail as the National Anthem gets a reboot by an American Icon.

Sp-2002-news-episode-announcement "Skank Hunt" September 21, 2016 2002 269

The boys decide they have to take down Cartman but meanwhile, Skank Hunt takes his rein of terror global.

Sp-2003-press-art-image-02 "The Damned" September 28, 2016 2003 270

Gerald is thrilled with the media attention as he continues to troll everyone and anyone.

Sp-2004-press-art-image-01 "Wieners Out" October 12, 2016 2004 271

Kyle feels tremendous guilt over the rift between the boys and the girls. When he tries to bring them together, things only get worse. The boys finally band together to stand up for their rights.

Sp-2005-press-art-image-01 "Douche and a Danish" October 19, 2016 2005 272

The kids get pulled in to the search for the notorious Skankhunt42. Meanwhile, Gerald joins forces with the other trolls to stop Denmark from launching

FORTCOLLINSPR "Fort Collins" October 26, 2016 2006 273

An entire city in Colorado gets hacked. Gerald and Cartman may lose everything when their complete history of internet activity becomes public.

Picnotav "TBA" November 9, 2016 2007 274

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Picnotav "TBA" November 16, 2016 2008 275

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Picnotav "TBA" November 30, 2016 2009 276

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Picnotav "TBA" December 7, 2016 2010 277

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Season Twenty


To promote the season, Comedy Central had mobile billboards placed in key locations in seven cities around the United States. Each billboard featured an image from the series that bore a connection to the location in which it was placed.

  • In Los Angeles, a billboard was placed in front of the headquarters of the Church of Scientology, which was parodied in the controversial 2005 episode "Trapped in the Closet".
  • In Washington, D.C., a billboard was placed in front of the Lincoln Memorial and the White House. It featured Barack and Michelle Obama, whose relationship was parodied in the 2008 episode "About Last Night...".
  • In Lakewood, Colorado, a billboard was placed in front of the city's Casa Bonita restaurant, which was a central plot point of the 2003 episode "Casa Bonita".
  • In Salt Lake City, Utah, a billboard was placed in front of the headquarters of the Mormon Church, which was parodied in the 2003 episode "All About Mormons".
  • In Menlo Park, California, a billboard was placed in front of the headquarters of Facebook, which was parodied in the 2010 episode "You Have 0 Friends".
  • In New York City, a billboard was placed in front of the campaign headquarters of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, whose presidential campaigns were parodied in this season's premiere "Member Berries" as well as "Where My Country Gone?".
  • In Buffalo, New York, a billboard was placed in front at the United States' border with Canada, whose culture and relationship with the United States has been parodied in the feature film South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut, and various episodes such as "Royal Pudding".

All of the billboards included the caption "We've Been There." In some of the locations, personnel of the organizations were displeased to have the billboards outside their locations and asked the billboard operators to leave, including the Los Angeles and both Washington, D.C landmarks. Comedy Central's Chief Marketing Officer Walter Levitt stated, "That was all expected, and we completely understand why. We knew it was risky. We did this stunt because we thought it was a great way to remind South Park fans of all the amazing moments of the past 19 seasons and truly a perfect way to celebrate the 20th season.

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