Last night's mid-season premiere of South Park on Comedy Central took aim at Asperger's Syndrome while resolving the issues Stan was having with pre-teen angst. The episode, titled "Ass Burgers," had that touch that only South Park can provide. Of course I am referring to burgers being pulled out of a child's ass. It's good to have the show back after a lon break.

We don't do much else besides watching South Park, talking about South Park, or quoting South Park (when our wives aren't around), so we've put our heads together to bring you this list of South Park's funniest premiere episodes. Feel free to hate on these choices in the 'Comments' section.

Season 2, Episode 1 - "Terrance and Phillip in 'Not Without My Anus'"

Viewers were pretty pissed when they tuned in to the second season premiering under the belief that they would learn the true identity of Eric Cartman's father. Instead, in honor of April Fool's Day, they were treated to this gripping Canadian drama starring the farting wonder duo Terrance and Phillip. Though it was a complete departure from what the series had previously established, it remains one of the funniest episodes to date.

Season 6, Episode 1 - "Jared Has Aides"

South Park blew the doors off the Subway diet when they revealed the real reason behind Jared Fogle's weight loss. Aides. Dude totally had aides that helped him manage his lifestyle and workout routines. It's Subway's dirty little secret. That and the rat hair in the tuna. Oh. You didn't know?

Season 6, Episode 12 - "A Ladder To Heaven"

"Where were you when they built a ladder to Heaven? 9/11. 9/11. 9/11."

It's funnier when you imagine Alan Jackson singing it. And that's exactly what he does when the boys' seemingly valiant effort to build a ladder to Heaven so that they can see Kenny again makes national news. What nobody realizes is that they're looking to contact him so that they can get free candy. I think that's what Moses was into too.

Season 10, Episode 1 - "The Return of Chef"

Long story, short. Scientologist Isaac Hayes got offended when South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone took aim at his religion. So he quit the series, seemingly putting an end to the character Chef. Or so he thought. Parker and Stone pasted together pre-recorded audio from past episodes, bringing Chef back as a brainwashed child molester. He eventually falls when the bridge he's standing on is struck by lightning, causing him to impale himself upon landing. He is then attacked by a mountain lion, shot in the heart and head, eaten by a grizzly bear, and skinned before being disemboweled. Then he craps his pants.

Isaac Hayes himself died shortly after in a much less harsh way.

Season 3, Episode 10 - "Chinpokomon"

Much like every child in America, the kids on South Park became enraptured by the Pokemon-like craze. It turns out they weren't just caught up in the merchandising phenom, they were actually hypnotized via subliminal images from the Japanese to Kamikaze bomb the United States. They would have gotten away with it too if it wasn't for us quick-thinking Americans and our very large penises. Some might even say they're dinosauric, even.

Season 12, Episode 1 - "Tonsil Trouble"

When Cartman accidentally contracts HIV, he passes it on to Kyle. This leads the boys on a hunt for the cure that ends at Magic Johnson's house. Are we sure this is one of the funniest premiere episodes? We're not just sure. We're HIV-positive.

Season 9, Episode 1 - "Mr. Garrison's Fancy New Vagina"

Mr. Garrison undergoes a sex change operation, but then notices his lack of a period and believes himself to be pregnant. He then gets an abortion, or at least attempts to. Meanwhile, Kyle undergoes surgery to become a tall, black basketball phenom and his dad becomes a dolphin. It might sound funny, but it's hilarious in execution.

Season 10, Episode 8 - "Make Love, Not Warcraft"

South Park combines forces with Blizzard Entertainment to make this World Of Warcraft satire. After repeated slayings by the same advanced level character, the boys band together to defeat him. They become fat, oily, and covered in acne in the process. So true to life.

Season 8, Episode 1 - "Good Times With Weapons"

The boys transform into ninja warriors after buying a cache of dangerous weapons from the East. It's all fun and games, but then Butters takes a throwing star to the eye. It's still fun and games after that point, but it's also bloodier. Again, so true to life.

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