Its first appearance was is "Korn's Groovy Pirate Ghost Mystery", where it was seen in the Duffy's catalog being read by Eric Cartman. It's also shown in "Chinpokomon" as it was shown to the boys as a ploy to stop the children's addiction of the Chinpokomon toys. Kenny McCormick appeared in the marketing screening, but was not interactive, as he was recovering from a seizure.
While the children in the commercial demonstration enjoyed the toy, the boys cited it as not being enticing and rejected it.
According to the commercial, the figure is quick, strong, and active. It also mentions that the toy can bowl, chew tobacco, and drink alcohol. His action button can be used to hit his wife, a figure sold separately.
- Alabama Man is featured in the Duffy's 1999 catalog and was priced at $225.
- Alabama Man appears in South Park: The Stick of Truth as a junk item.