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- For other uses, see Gary (disambiguation).
Gary Condit was a congressman in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1989-2003.
Gary Condit has grey hair, a wrinkled face, and high cheek bones. He smiles throughout his appearance in "Butters' Very Own Episode". He wears a blue suit and tie.
Gary Condit is portrayed as a liar in "Butters' Very Own Episode" as he claims that "Some Puerto Rican Guy" was actually the person who had an affair with Chandra Levy. This is likely a reference to Condit's initial denial that he had an affair with Levy, despite the vast amount of evidence against him.
Condit joins the Ramseys for lunch. The Ramseys claim to believe that their daughter was also murdered by "Some Puerto Rican Guy".
O.J. Simpson is also present at the restaurant with Condit and the Ramseys. He claims that "Some Puerto Rican Guy" was responsible for the murders for which Simpson was notoriously tried and acquitted.
Stephen and Linda Stotch
Stephen and Linda have lunch with Condit, the Ramseys, and O.J. Condit and the others chant that the Stotches are "one of [them]." Later, Condit is present at the press conference where the Stoches announce that they invented "Some Puerto Rican Guy".
- "Butters' Very Own Episode" - Gary Condit supports Stephen and Linda Stotch after Butters is allegedly kidnapped by "Some Puerto Rican Guy."
- "Freak Strike" - Cartman states he “ran for Congress, won, had sex with an intern, killed her and hid her body", in reference to the Gary Condit scandal.
- "200" - Gary Condit is one of the celebrities trying to sue South Park.