1. Clyde Frog
Clyde Frog is the best stuffed animal Cartman has ever had. He’s a loyal friend and a frequent tea party goer.
2. Okama Gamesphere
To distract the kids from the “tampon incident”, Stan’s mother buys them a video game system, the Okama Gamesphere.
3. Toyonda Pious
Gerald buys a new “Toyonda Pious” hybrid car and drives it all over town to show it off.
The kiddos discover Japan’s #1 cool toy to own: Chinpokomon.
A product designed to clean the blood stains out of underwear caused by Chipotle’s “fiery” burritos.
6. Chips a-Ho
Fictional cookies that exist in the South Park universe.
7. Crust E. Krotch
A more accurate name for Chuck E. Cheese.
The name says it all.
9. Veal Roll-Ups
Fruit Roll-Ups with a bovine twist.
10. The South Park Genetic Engineering Ranch
The boys use their genetic modifications, which they learned about in Mr. Hat’s class, for the upcoming science fair. And then they obviously have to check out the South Park Genetic Engineering Ranch.
11. Happy Tarts
Happy Pop Tarts in the South Park world.
12. Getting Gay With The Kids
The group’s main function is to promote rainforest awareness and conservation through choir concerts.
13. Medicinal Fried Chicken
Cartman’s beloved fried chicken.
John Travolta rides “It”. Do you?
Cartman corrals Stan, Kyle, and Kenny into making a band called “Fingerbang.”
16. Salty Chocolate Balls
Chef develops a new dessert treat for the film festival crowd.
A perfume marketed by Paris Hilton and sold in the Stupid Spoiled Whore store in the South Park Mall.
18. Heroin Hero
A game in which the character does nothing but inject himself with heroin while literally chasing a dragon that cannot be caught, only chased.
19. Snacky Cakes
A brand of cakes sold in South Park.
The boy’s band “Moop” sounds like animals being tortured.
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