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Voted “The Greatest Animated TV Series” in a poll conducted by Entertainment Weekly, the Emmy® and Peabody® Award-winning, animated series, “South Park,” created by comic geniuses Trey Parker and Matt Stone, features the breathtakingly irreverent and ruthlessly funny misadventures of four foul-mouthed, troublemaking young boys in a small town nestled in the Colorado Rockies. It has been praised by the prestigious Peabody® committee as “COMEDY CENTRAL’s notoriously rude, undeniably fearless lampoon of all that is self-important and hypocritical in American life, regardless of race, creed, color or celebrity status.”

 

The South Park Collections

Cast

  • Kyle Broflovski

    One of the Four Boys

    Kyle Broflovski has always been considered one of the most intelligent children in South Park, and whenever crazy things are happening in South Park, Kyle and his super best friend, Stan, are there to provide the voice of reason and help resolve problems, often with a comforting 'gay little speech,' something that has become Kyle's trademark amongst his friends... for better or for worse. He has a loving if stern father named Gerald, a local lawyer, and a mother, Sheila, known for her interest in social justice and politics, and of course, there's nobody Kyle cares more about than his little brother, Ike Broflovski -- despite the latter's adoption and the occasional game of 'kick the baby', they care about each other and Kyle will do anything to protect him, even go up against evil Visitors. All members of the Broflovski family are known for their strong moral centers and standing up for what they believe in... though not necessarily always to success. Nonetheless, even when times seem their darkest, Kyle will never back down from what he believes in.

  • Eric Cartman

    One of the Four Boys

    Although his full name is Eric Theodore Cartman, he's usually referred to only by his last name (Cartman). He's one of the main characters in South Park, along with Kyle Broflovski (his frequent rival), Stan Marsh, and Kenny McCormick. Cartman is the fat, self-centered asshole in the group, often concocting schemes to make money and/or procure Colonel's chicken. He absolutely hates Kyle, despises hippies, and can't stand Family Guy. But he does have a soft spot for Mel Gibson, his stuffed animal Clyde Frog, and cats (especially his own cat, Mr. Kitty). After years of trying to discover who his real father is, he recently found out that he's the illegitimate son of Jack Tenorman, making Scott Tenorman his half-brother...and making him largely responsible for killing his own parents. Cartman also moonlights as the infamous superhero The Coon. He originally joined forces with the boys to form Coon and Friends, but when they all turned against him, he teamed up with the Dark Lord Cthulhu.

  • WENDY TESTABURGER

    4th Grader

    Wendy is Stan Marsh's on-and-off girlfriend, and is also the most outspoken of the 4th grade girls. She's not afraid to go against the grain of what's popular or trendy and stands up for her principles and causes, most notably in her stand-off against Photoshop. Wendy is one of the most intelligent students in Herbert Garrison's class and is one of the two main voices of reason against Eric Cartman, discovering his forgery in the Save our Fragile Earth contest and calling him out on his Breast Cancer jokes. She's not above teaming up with him though (or kissing him) such as at the Flag Debate. She's best friends with Bebe Stevens and until very recently, was the Class President of South Park Elementary. Also worth noting: she arranged for her substitute teacher (Ms. Ellen) to be shot into the sun by Iraqis and has beat the crap out of Cartman. So yeah, don't f*ck with her... She and Stan split for a couple years, putting him into a brief depression, before getting back together after they exposed the conspiracy to alter the Cutest Boys' List. She has since taken over leadership of the List Council.

  • Kenny McCormick

    One of the Four Boys

    Kenny is the poor and perverted kid in the group, often eating canned food and frozen waffles for dinner. He also tends to die quite a bit, being killed in innumerable ways during the first 5 seasons. Although his speech is muffled under that orange hoodie, he is the most sexually knowledgeable of the boys and often professes his love for titties. His soul was briefly trapped in Cartman's body before it returned back to earth. He also briefly dated a 5th grader, Tammy Warner, before he died of syphilis. Unlike most of his classmates, Kenny DOES posses a special power: He can't die. But he uses this power for good, keeping watch over South Park as the illusive superhero Mysterion.

  • Stan Marsh

    One of the Four Boys

    Stanley "Stan" Marsh has always been your comparatively average all-American fourth grader... who happens to live in one of the most fucked up places on Earth. Whenever crazy things are happening in South Park, he and Kyle are there to provide the voice of reason and help resolve the problems, often with a comforting speech or at least some memorable highlights from Star Trek. He has a highly abusive sister named Shelly, a gay dog named "Sparky", and is crazy in love with his longtime girlfriend, Wendy Testaburger. He's also quite good pals with the Super Best Friends, lead by Jesus Christ, and was even entrusted with helping protect the immensely powerful prophet Muhammad for a time.

Voted “The Greatest Animated TV Series” in a poll conducted by Entertainment Weekly, the Emmy® and Peabody® Award-winning, animated series, “South Park,” created by comic geniuses Trey Parker and Matt Stone, features the breathtakingly irreverent and ruthlessly funny misadventures of four foul-mouthed, troublemaking young boys in a small town nestled in the Colorado Rockies. It has been praised by the prestigious Peabody® committee as “COMEDY CENTRAL’s notoriously rude, undeniably fearless lampoon of all that is self-important and hypocritical in American life, regardless of race, creed, color or celebrity status.”

 

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