: South Park Volume 6 includes the episode's "Chef's Salty Chocolate Balls" (an episode that spoofs the Sundance Film Festival and pits the "Hollywood Elite" versus Mr. Hankey the Christmas Poo), "Chicken Pox" (an episode where the parents of the town try to get all of their kids to have chicken pox early by having them sleepover Kenny's house, who has them), "Roger Ebert Should Lay Off the Fatty Foods" (An inappropriately titled episode that parodies the Star Trek: The Original Series episode "Dagger of the Mind") and "Clubhouses" (an Episode that chronicles the efforts of the boys to build a clubhouse so they can get chicks). These episodes were all ok, but I didn't find them exceptionally funny, like I did the first season of South Park.
: The pictures were really good on this DVD, as you might expect since it's not exactly the most detailed animation :). There were no noticible artifacts.
: The Dolby Surround Soundtrack was good. It was easy to hear and understand. Again, South Park doesn't exactly push your home theater system to it's maximums (at least not the Episodes. The Movie did a fairly good job of it).
They get half a star for having menus. The Comedy Central previews on the disc were boring and really weren't anything but commercials. The other star is for the introduction to every episode, "Makin` Bacon with Macon" where the creators of South Park feed various bacon-based entrees to a pig. Sick :)
: If you like South Park, rent these Episodes, but only buy your favorites, as the discs just aren't worth it otherwise. Perhaps a little "Making Of" would have improved the disc.