Entertainment TV & Film 'South Park' Halloween Share PINTEREST Email Print Created on SouthParkStudios.com TV & Film TV Shows Comedies Dramas Documentaries Shows For Kids Movies By Nancy Basile Nancy Basile is an entertainment writer who specializes in cartoons, comic books, and other elements of pop culture. She has more than two decades of experience writing. our editorial process Nancy Basile Updated August 19, 2018 Back in the early days of the Internet, SouthParkStudios.com used to have wallpapers to download. You can occasionally still find them in their blog posts. A new feature on the website is even more fun to play with, such as creating your own avatar! The avatar creator goes way beyond a mere handful of choices for your South Park characters' look. You can customize it to look like anything you want, just in time for Halloween. Then throw your character up against just about any backdrop from South Park and you can download it as a wallpaper, send it in an email, or post it to Facebook. South Park Halloween Episodes Halloween episodes have always killed fans with laughter. Well, not literally. Watch the episodes again in their entirety, or as video clips. Pinkeye The first Halloween episode starts off with the failure of the Mir Space Station, which crashes right on Kenny. An ambulance comes and takes his body off to the morgue. At the morgue, a freak accident involving a bottle of Worcestershire occurs, and next thing you know Kenny is a member of the undead. Kenny breaks free and wanders off into the night. Korn's Groovy Pirate Ghost Mystery In the second Halloween episode, Korn comes to South Park for a Halloween gig and learns of the boys' problems with the 5th graders at South Park Elementary. Korn agrees to help the boys get revenge on the mean 5th graders, all in a spooky Scooby Doo rip-off! Hell on Earth 2006 This episode is a parody of MTV's, a series that follows rich, spoiled teenage girls as they and their parents plan parties for their sixteenth birthdays. Frankly, watching Satan plan his party for the demons of Hell on South Park wasn't much different than viewing the actual show. A Nightmare on Facetime In "A Nightmare on Facetime," Randy Marsh buys an old Blockbuster Video store and forces his family to work there. That means Stan has to go trick or treating virtually, using his iPad to keep in touch with his friends. Meanwhile, a group of murderous thieves threatens to ruin Monster Mash in South Park.