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- Main article: Billy Miller
Billy Miller appears only in "Medicinal Fried Chicken", in which he appears as the KFC trafficking lord (a play on drug lord) and takes his business very seriously. He hires Cartman so that he can repay his debt for the popcorn chicken he ate. Soon after sending him to set up the deal with Colonel Sanders, he is overthrown by Cartman. He seems to have survived the shoot out, but since we did not see him afterwords it is possible he could have been killed him to a fight, but Cartman gained the upper hand for the majority of the fight.
Billy has a very businesslike personality and seems to understand what it means to be trafficking chicken. He seems to prefer solving problems such as debt in a business like way "You're a big boy Eric, maybe you can pay me back another way." And is shocked by Cartman's ridiculous order of 10,000 boxes of chicken. He releases that he "can't move that kind of chicken." And acts like a stereotypical drug lord. " I'm not making any money here , I'm losing it! I have to pay for more security, I got the cops up my ass and I have to hire these sorters to get the chicken ready for distribution!"
All the celebrities that have ever come into contact with the town of South Park join forces on the episodes "200" and "201" to file a class action lawsuit. These celebrities include Al Gore, Angelina Jolie, Barack Obama, Barbra Streisand (as Mecha-Streisand), Barry Bonds, Ben Affleck, Bill Clinton, Bill Cosby, Bill Donohue, Bill Donohue, Billy Bob Thornton, Bob Saget, Bono, John Travolta, Brian Boitano, Brian Dennehy, Britney Spears, Brooke Shields, Charlie Sheen, Christopher Reeve, David Blaine, David Duchovny, David Letterman, Eric Roberts, Francis Ford Coppola, Fred Savage, Gary Condit, George Lucas, Hillary Clinton, Indiana Jones, Jared Fogle, Jesse Jackson, Jimmy Buffett, John Edward, Johnnie Cochran, Kanye West, Kathie Lee Gifford, Kurt Russell,Liza Minnelli, M. Night Shyamalan, Martha Stewart, Mel Gibson, Michael Bay, Michael Douglas, Michael Jackson, Michael Richards, Mickey Mouse, Mickey Mouse, O.J. Simpson, Oprah Winfrey, Osama bin Laden, Paris Hilton, Paul Watson, Phil Collins, Pope Benedict XVI, Rob Reiner, Rob Schneider (as a carrot), Robert Redford, Rod Stewart, Rosie O'Donnell, Russell Crowe, Sally Struthers, Sarah Jessica Parker, Steve Irwin, Steven Spielberg, Sylvester Stallone, Tiger Woods, Tim Burton, Tina Yothers, Tom Cruise, and Winona Ryder.
- Main article: Colonel Sanders
As owner of the KFC company, Colonel Sanders was not pleased to discover that his fast food restaurants were outlawed as a result of a new Colorado State law that forbade the KFC stores to sell their product in low income areas. As a result all the KFCs in Colorado were shut down and replaced with medicinal marijuana stores for the ill. As a result the Colonel began taking a page out of the book of drug dealers and using assorted means, shipped his product illegally into Colorado.
- Main article: Geoff Hamill
Geoff Hamill is the president of Vagisil product series. He makes his first appearance in the episode "Poor and Stupid".
- Main article: Grandma Marsh
When Stan's friends Cartman, Kyle and Kenny create a Facebook for him against his will, Stan begins to become assaulted by Facebook-type requests from everyone around him, including his grandmother. Apparently suffering from some sort of illness and hospitalized, Grandma Marsh spends much of her time on Facebook to keep in-contact with her family and friends. However when Stan does not immediately "friend" her, she contacts her son Randy who then demands that he pay attention to his grandma's Facebook status.
Later when Stan is literally 'sucked into' Facebook, a digital avatar of his Grandmother is seen interacting with all of his other Facebook friends, at a digital party created by his now sentient Facebook page. Once Stan defeats his Facebook page in a game, she and everyone else is de-friend-ed.
Despite her failing health and the suggested age of Grandma Marsh, she appears to remain relatively younger than Marvin. She has grayish white hair and square glasses. However due the fact that Grandma Marsh has only appeared as a digital avatar character in the techno-world of Facebook, her appearance may not exactly be accurate to her current state. Also she is not seen wearing normal attire, but instead she is seen wearing a Tron-like costume of glowing technology.
- Main article: Isiah Jordan
- Main article: Kardashians
Kim, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian are 3 women that star on the show "Keeping up with Kardashians". They only appeared in the episode "The Tale of Scrotie McBoogerballs".
Like in real life, the Kardashian's show seems to only revolve around the three girls talking to the camera about how rich they are and what they are going to buy that day. Despite the shallowness of the series, it's a complete hit, and even Butters finds himself enamored by the three girls. After the boys write The Tales of Scrotie McBoogerballs and Butters writes the sequel The Poop That Took a Pee, a reader of the second book comes to believe that the story has told him to kill the Kardashians. He then travels to where the show is being filmed and brutally shoots all three girls. This causes Butter's career as an author to abruptly end, and his books banned. He is left completely devastated over the fact that they were murdered because of him.
- Main article: Kip Drordy
Kip Drordy seems to be an outcast who has no friends at all. In fact, he went six months on Facebook without a single friend request. As a result, he seemed to suffer from severe depression, and would sit at his computer all day, waiting and praying for a friend request. This changed when Kyle Broflovski felt sorry for him and added him as a result.
He has brown hair that is long, scraggly and parted down the middle. He wears a green shirt, and blue shorts. His hair also seems to be receding on the forehead, like his father. He either has an over-bite or is simply biting on his lower lip. When depressed he positions himself in exactly the same ways a "Crying Clown" poster on his wall.
- Main article: Matthew Broderick
Matthew Broderick is a somewhat short, with receding brown hair and defined lips. Signs of his age are noticeable on his forehead. He is seen wearing a tux due to being at the Oscars Awards.
- Main article: Matt Lauer
Matt Lauer is a television journalist and host of The Today Show. He appears in "The Tale of Scrotie McBoogerballs". Lauer appears along with his Today Show co-hosts in, "The Tale of Scrotie McBoogerballs", in which they are interviewing Butters Stotch and his parents, for supposedly writing the horrifically vulgar and disgusting book The Tale of Scrotie McBoogerballs. During the interview, Lauer and the others praise Butters on the book, but are unable to keep themselves from vomiting whenever they attempt to read from the book. Lauer and the others appear again, on the day a second book, The Poop That Took a Pee, is unveiled and in which they get Morgan Freeman to read an excerpt from the book.
- Main article: Mimsy
Mimsy is a mentally disabled boy, who is also Nathan's henchman in the episode "Crippled Summer". When Jimmy Valmer and Timmy return to Lake Tardicaca, a camp for handicapped children, Jimmy unknowingly finds himself to be targeted by his former-drug dealer and leader of the Red Camp Game team, Nathan, who has developed a great dislike for Jimmy due to the fact that Jimmy has led the Blue camp team to victory 3 years running. Aiding Nathan is Mimsy, a big, strong, but dimwitted lackey, who inadvertently causes all of Nathan's plans aimed at defeating the Blue team and killing Jimmy, to backfire.
Nathan's first plan is to put a Black Mamba snake into the Blue Team's canoe. However, his orders to Mimsy are "Put the snake in the canoe", making Mimsy assume that Nathan meant for him to put the snake in their team's canoe, rather than Jimmy's. Similar errors involve a map leading to an Indian reservation, who's Indians kill on sight during the Scavenger Hunt, a shark-mating whistle during the surfing competition (that results in Nathan being raped by a shark), and an exploding ukulele.
- Main article: Morgan Freeman
Morgan Freeman is a Hollywood actor, famous in large part to his recognizable voice. He appears in the episode "The Tale of Scrotie McBoogerballs".
When Butters takes credit for writing a horrifically vulgar and disgusting book entitled, The Tale of Scrotie McBoogerballs (written in truth by Stan, Kyle, Cartman, and Kenny), he becomes a world-wide beloved author. Butters then decides to write a sequel book in which he claims it will be a raunchy as the first. When the book is at last released, the Today Show does a segment in which they have Morgan Freeman read five chapters from the book. Unfortunately, the book is no where near as vulgar as the original, instead coming off as childishly written, and resulting in Freeman essentially repeating the words "Poop" and "Pee" (the only thing remotely close to a vulgar word) in assorted manners.
Profile Stan Marsh
- Main article: Profile Stan Marsh
Profile Stan Marsh is Stan Marsh's sentient Facebook profile who sucks him in to Facebook. He challenges Stan to a Yahtzee game, to see who is more powerful, but is defeated and destroyed after Stan wins with another "Yahtzee".
Sarah Jessica Parker
- Main article: Sarah Jessica Parker
Sarah Jessica Parker is an actress known best for her role of Carrie in "Sex and the City". She appeared in a non-speaking role in the episode "The Tale of Scrotie McBoogerballs".
Sarah Jessica Parker is portrayed as a hideous and somewhat exaggerated version of what she looks like in real life. With an overly-massive head, and scrunched up face, her dull brown hair is pulled back into a tight bun at the back of her head. She has a massive nose, and heavily mascaraed eyes. She also has a large mole on the right side of her chin. She always wears the same vacant expression, even when being insulted.
- Main article: Tiger Woods
Tiger Woods appeared in "Sexual Healing" as a video game avatar and a sex addict. He is shown in the game, Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11. In real life, he checks into the Karne Institute for Sex Addiction to learn how to not get caught. After the death of the Wizard Alien, he claims to be cured.
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