Good news, South Park fans! Or more specifically: South Park fans in the UK! Because we're one step closer to joining our lucky American cousins and being able to watch the whole of South Park online.
South Park On Demand is a new part of the show's website which now allows Brits to watch 50 of the funniest episodes - as voted for by fans - as well as episodes from the latest series. The cost is £2 for 24 hours or £3 for seven days - which we think is actually pretty reasonable. Especially if you're considering doing a Back-To-Back-South-Park-Watching-Marathon-With-Only-Cheesy-Poofs-To-Sustain-You. (You are planning one of those, right?)
No news yet as to when or indeed if the UK will ever be able to enjoy the online access that Americans have to free, full episodes - so for that, we're sadly just going to have to use a little... Imaginaaaaation.... Imaginaaaaation... Imaginaaaaaation...
The theme song for Butters' very own show.
It's time for Canada to send a message to the rest of the world.
Need to show a long passage of time? Gonna need a montage. (This song also made an appearance in <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CQvNu8LoTo0" target="_hplink">'Team America: World Police'</a>)
A song about saving the rainforest (featuring Jennifer Aniston as the choir instructor).
Butters sings about his robot friend from Japan.
Kyle feels left out of all the Christmas celebrations.
The upbeat intro of the Russel Crowe show.
Alan Jackson's newest heart-wrenching song.
Getting along isn't always easy, especially with yourself from the future.
Cartman's Christian rock band releases their much-anticipated album.
Before "The Book Of Mormon," Matt and Trey wrote a mini-musical about Joseph Smith.
Stan finally agrees to choose between a douche and a turd.
Mrs. Garrison reminisces about her one-time lover Mr. Slave.
The boys finally get on board with the teen musical fad.
Token wonders why he has to be different from all the other kids.
To see the Canadian Prime Minister, the boys must follow the only road in Canada.
The factory workers sing a song about making cigarettes.