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George Raymond Richard Martin is an American author best known as the writer of the fantasy series A Song of Ice and Fire, which is the basis of the television series Game of Thrones. He was featured in the Season Seventeen episodes, "A Song of Ass and Fire" and "Titties and Dragons".
Wizard Eric sends Paladin Butters and Scott Malkinson to George Martin's house in a fact-finding mission on the outcome of the TV series Game of Thrones. The mission was to enable Wizard Cartman the upper hand in getting Xbox Ones before anyone else on Black Friday. When Butters and Scott reach George's house, He annoys the two boys with his predilections rather than divulge anything that the boys needed to complete their quest. After a literal "song and dance" the two boys have had enough and try to leave. Paladin Butters discloses his motivation to which George obliges by postponing Black Friday until December 6th.
In "Titties and Dragons", George, who is supposed to cut the ribbon in front of the South Park Mall to officially start Black Friday, stalls by talking about wieners to the crowd. An annoyed man cuts his penis off and then the ribbon, allowing the crowd into the mall.
George Raymond Richard Martin is stocky, has a grey beard, and a thick nose. He wears a black captains hat and glasses. He also wears a blue flannel shirt with suspenders and black shoes.
George seems to be infatuated with penises, as he keeps writing them into Game of Thrones; he also seems to go on and on about them in conversation, even showing his own penis (off-camera) to Butters and Scott, who are disgusted, as a dramatic effect while telling them about the plot of Game of Thrones. He also has his house fitted with things that resemble penises.
- ↑ ""South Park" A Song of Ass and Fire (TV Episode 2013)". IMDb.com.