Bebe Stevens is a fictional character in the animated television series, South Park. She is Wendy Testaburger's best friend, helping her in situations such as getting Stan back from substitute teacher Ms. Ellen in the Tom's Rhinoplasty episode. She was the first girl in class to develop breasts, causing chaos in the male student population. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bebe Stevens"
Brent Woody Musburger (born May 26, 1939 in Portland, Oregon) is an American sportscaster for ABC. ...more on Wikipedia about "Brent Musburger"
Brian Anthony Boitano (born October 22, 1963) is an American figure skater from Sunnyvale, California. Once a champion in the amateur ranks, he became a professional skater following the 1988 season. ...more on Wikipedia about "Brian Boitano"
Leopold "Butters" Stotch (voiced by Matt Stone) is a fictional character in the animated series South Park. His nickname is a play on the word butterscotch. Butters has a tuft of yellow hair, and wears a light blue jacket with green pants. His birthday is on September 11, and his character is loosely based on South Park director of animation Eric Stough. ...more on Wikipedia about "Butters Stotch"
Jerome "Chef" McElroy is a recurring character on the Comedy Central series South Park. He is voiced by Isaac Hayes. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chef (South Park character)"
Clyde Donovan, voiced by Trey Parker, is one of the schoolchildren on the television series South Park, perhaps most notable as the "second fattest" kid, next to Cartman. ...more on Wikipedia about "Clyde Donovan"
Crab People are fictional characters in the television series South Park ...more on Wikipedia about "Crab People"
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Eric Theodore Cartman, voiced by Trey Parker, is a fictional character in the animated series South Park. He is one of the four central characters, all of whom are eight-year old boys. ...more on Wikipedia about "Eric Cartman"
Gregory of Yardale (no last name given) is a minor character who appeared in the movie version of South Park, South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut. He first appears with the other children, ice-skating in a scene meant to parody one from Charlie Brown; he explains that he just moved there from "Yardale, where I had a 4.0 grade point average." He speaks with an almost British accent (possibly supposed to be Yale or Harvard) and seems somewhat snobbish, though very intelligent; he takes the de facto role of leading La Resistance. He is an antagonist to Stan in the movie, as he is the new interest to his girlfriend, Wendy. At the end of the story she decides she doesn't like him anymore, at least in part because he was snobbish to Stan, saying, "Fuck Gregory. Fuck him right in the ear!" He has not appeared in the series since. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gregory of Yardale"
Herbert Garrison, voiced by Trey Parker, is a fictional character in the South Park cartoon series. For the first eight seasons of the series, the character was known as Mr. Garrison but in season 9 underwent sex reassignment surgery. The character was thereafter known as Mrs. Garrison. ...more on Wikipedia about "Herbert Garrison"
Ike Moisha Broflovski (born Peter Gints) is Kyle's adopted Canadian baby brother on the animated series South Park. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ike Broflovski"
Kenneth "Kenny" McCormick, voiced by Matt Stone and Mike Judge, is a fictional character in the animated series South Park. He is one of the four central characters, all of whom are eight-year old boys. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kenny McCormick"
Kyle Broflovski, voiced by Matt Stone, is a fictional character on the animated series South Park. Matt Stone has said that Kyle was loosely based on himself when he was younger. His most notable catch phrase is to exclaim "You Bastard(s)!" following Stan's catch phrase "Oh my god, they killed Kenny!" ...more on Wikipedia about "Kyle Broflovski"
Lemmiwinks is a fictional gerbil introduced in the South Park television series, in the episode The Death Camp of Tolerance, who becomes a victim of gerbilling. His story is told in three parts. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lemmiwinks"
Liane Cartman, originally voiced by the late Mary Kay Bergman and later by Eliza J. Schneider, is the mother of Eric Cartman on the television program South Park. She is a sexually promiscuous hermaphrodite (she is actually Eric's biological father, but the show consistently refers to her as his mother), who constantly spoils her child, probably leading to his severe behavioral problems. She is named after Liane Adamo, the ex-fiancé of co-creator of South Park Trey Parker. Adamo cheated on Parker and left him, and the character of Liane Cartman is one of the characters (another was the horse Liane from Parker's Cannibal! The Musical) Parker created as a tribute to her. ...more on Wikipedia about "Liane Cartman"
The Mole or Ze Mole, whose real name is Christophe, is a character first introduced in the movie South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut. He is voiced by Trey Parker and has since had a minor appearance on the television series South Park. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mole (South Park)"
In the television series South Park, Mr. Hankey, the " Christmas Poo", voiced by Trey Parker, is a scatological counterpart to Santa Claus but with the lighthearted flair of 1960s-era Rankin & Bass holiday specials. He emerges from the toilet bowl on Christmas Eve and brings presents to good boys and girls whose diet has been high in fiber. He is especially close to Kyle, consoling him during his Christmas- Hanukkah depression and generally appears to help the boys out with something or gives them advice. He is sometimes invisible to the adults on the show, although he often leaves a trail behind that is attributed by the adults to antisocial behavior by Kyle. Due to his physical state, he can only emerge from the sewers during the Christmas season or he will dry up and die. In one episode where Mr. Hankey is revived from near death, it is revealed that Chef's Chocolate Salty Balls have healing qualities. Mr. Hankey has appeared in at least four Christmas episodes, and inspired an actual retail CD Mr. Hankey's Christmas Classics in which he has his own theme song. In one episode, he departed from the Christmas theme to drive a snooty indy film festival out of town with a tornado made of sewage, making fun of Fantasia when he does so. His trademark line is a high-pitched "Howdy-ho!" To bring the joy of christmas around the world his main mode of conveyance is the PooChoo Train, a train made of raw sewage. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mr. Hankey"
Mr. Slave was a recurring character in the animated television series South Park. He is the former lover of Herbert Garrison (before the latter had sex reassignment surgery); Garrison was an elementary school teacher whose sexual perversions are many and often bizarre in the extreme. Mr. Slave's catchphrase is "Jesus Christ" delivered in a quavering lisp. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mr. Slave"
Pip is one of the recurring South Park characters. He is voiced by Matt Stone. ...more on Wikipedia about "Pip (South Park)"
There are many recurring characters in the animated series South Park, aside from the four main characters, Eric Theodore Cartman, Stanley "Stan" Marsh, Kyle Broflovski and Kenneth "Kenny" McCormick. Leopold "Butters" Stotch and Tweek replaced Kenny for a half season each during the sixth season. See their respective articles for details. ...more on Wikipedia about "Recurring South Park characters"
Saddam Hussein Abd al-Majid al-Tikriti, ( Arabic ), born April 28, 1937 , was President of Iraq from 1979 until his removal and capture after the 2003 invasion of Iraq. ...more on Wikipedia about "Saddam Hussein"
Scott Tenorman, voiced by Toby Morton, is a fictional character on the animated series South Park. ...more on Wikipedia about "Scott Tenorman"
Stanley "Stan" Marsh, voiced by Trey Parker, is a fictional character in United States television series South Park. He and Kyle trade places as the "leader" of the four main characters. ...more on Wikipedia about "Stan Marsh"
Terrance and Phillip are a pair of fictional characters in the American animated series South Park. They are a comedy duo who live in Canada. Terrance (born as Terrance Henry Stoot in the "small village" of Toronto), voiced by Matt Stone, has black hair and wears a red shirt with a letter "T", while Phillip (Phillip Niles Argyle of Montréal), voiced by Trey Parker, has blond hair and a blue shirt with a "P." Like virtually all Canadians in South Park, they are geometrically-figured with small beady eyes and Pac Man-like heads which flap up and down whenever they speak. This may originally have signified they were an animated series inside an animated series, but was quickly retconned into a distinguishing feature of Canadians. ...more on Wikipedia about "Terrance and Phillip"
Token Black is a fictional character on the animated TV series South Park. ...more on Wikipedia about "Token Black"
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