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This list is for minor characters from the tenth season of South Park.

911 Truth Webmaster

Main article: 911 Truth Webmaster

The 911 Truth Webmaster is the webmaster of He appears in "Mystery of the Urinal Deuce". He was contacted by Stan Marsh to prove that Kyle Broflovski was not responsible for 9/11. When they meet, they are taken to the White House. There, the webmaster is shot. His death was set up, as he appears in another city. He is later shot and killed by the father of the Hardly Boys.

Al Gore

Main article: Al Gore

Al Gore appears as a major character in Season 10 episode "ManBearPig" to warn South Park Elementaryabout the biggest threat to national security, the fearsome ManBearPig. He wears a gray shirt, a brown tie, and has dark brown hair. He appears and acts younger than 58, which was his age when "ManBearPig" aired.

Allied Atheist Alliance (AAA)

Main article: Allied Atheist Alliance (AAA)

The Allied Atheist Alliance appear in "Go God Go" and "Go God Go XII". It is an organization founded in the mid-21st century in an alternate timeline. The core of the AAA's beliefs was that atheists should call themselves a name that is abbreviated 'AAA'. The AAA is composed of sea otters, who, in the past 500 years, have evolved to human cranial capacities.

Bart Simpson

Bart Cartoon Wars II chalkboard gag
Main article: Bart Simpson

In the episode, "Cartoon Wars Part II", an unnamed boy who resembles Bart and mentions historical moments from Bart's life, assisted Eric Cartman in his attempt to kill off Family Guy by getting the show pulled. When Kyle arrives to stop Cartman, Bart knocks him out with his skateboard, but after hearing one of Kyle's "gay little speeches", instead decides to help in saving the show from Cartman.

Biggie Smalls

Main article: Christopher Wallace

Christopher Wallace, better known by his stage name Biggie Smalls, appeared in the episode "Hell on Earth 2006", as a resident of Hell. He can be summoned by looking in the mirror and repeating his name three times.

Cesar Millan

Main article: Cesar Millan

Liane Cartman hired "The Dog Whisperer" Cesar Millan in the episode, "Tsst", to help train Eric Cartman. Unlike assorted nannies who were hired to discipline Cartman (all of whom were destroyed mentally or emotionally by him), Cesar's approach proves to be the most successful, as he treats Cartman like a dog, rather than a human being. Mrs. Cartman becomes so grateful for his help that she begins propositioning Cesar for a deeper relationship. When Cesar reminds her that he is merely there to teach her to control Cartman and then leaves, she backpedals on the training, causing Cartman to regress into his evil tendencies.

Detective Jarvis

Main article: Detective Jarvis

Detective Jarvis comes to South Park Elementary, in "The Return of Chef", to talk to the children about Chef's pedophilic behavior.

Gary Coleman

For other uses, see Gary (disambiguation).

Gary Coleman appeared in a Family Guy cutaway gag in the episode, "Cartoon Wars Part II". He is currently deceased: his death was caused by epidural hematoma, which means head injury.

George Clooney

Main article: George Clooney

Clooney's "Smug Cloud", a smog-like cloud emitted from his Academy Award acceptance speech, wreaked havoc on South Park in the episode, "Smug Alert!".

Hardly Boys

Main article: Hardly Boys

The Hardly Boys appear in the episode "Mystery of the Urinal Deuce". They are hired by South Park Elementaryto figure out who deuced in the urinal, and later to solve the 9/11 conspiracy. They are supposedly "two young whippersnappers with a nack for solving mysteries", but they merely follow their erections which they call 'clues'.

Jeffrey Dahmer

Main article: Jeffrey Dahmer

Jeffrey Dahmer appeared in the episode, "Hell on Earth 2006", as a resident of Hell. He was given the task of picking up Satan's Ferrari cake, along with John Wayne Gacy and Ted Bundy, but the trio fell into several Three Stooges-esque antics, with Dahmer playing the role of "Larry". He murders one of the chefs assigned to deliver the cake when asked why he did it he replied that he snuck up on him. When John Wayne Gacy murders a pedestrian he claims he did it for Dahmer, when Dahmer sees this he tears out the organs of the man and starts humping them and later starts eating the man's arm. Eventually, the cake is destroyed and they have to bake a new one, he claims to be the only cook among the trio but left the school because there weren't enough Italian people to eat. They get into a fight, Ted Bundy cuts his tongue off and in return stabs Bundy in the ribs then through the roof off his mouth Dahmer's brains are then bashed in with a rolling pin by Gacy.

Jenkins the Griefer

Main article: Jenkins

Jenkins is the main antagonist in Make Love, Not Warcraft. He plays as a character that constantly kills the boys players. Jenkins is a stereotypical nerd who spends all his time playing the online MMORPG "World of Warcraft". He is overweight and eats such parody snacks such as "Chips-A-Ho." He also wears glasses, a grey and black T-shirt, and on his right hand what may be an anti carpal tunnel glove. Understandable given the extreme amount of time he spends at using the mouse. He has played to such an extent that even the games developers and Game Manager of Warcraft cannot kill him, as he has reached a level deemed impossible.

John Wayne Gacy

Main article: John Wayne Gacy

John Wayne Gacy appeared in the episode, "Hell on Earth 2006", as a resident of Hell. He was given the task of picking up Satan's Ferrari cake, along with Jeffrey Dahmer and Ted Bundy, but the trio fell into several Three Stooges-esque antics, with Gacy playing the role of "Curly". Throughout the episode he murders four people because of his killer instinct and is slapped by Bundy each time, eventually the Ferrari cake is destroyed and they have to bake a new one but they end up fighting. He pokes Ted Bundy in the eyes, in return Bundy rips his eyes from their sockets and walks around blind while bashing in Jeffrey Dahmer's brains with a rolling pin.

Keenan Williams

Main article: Keenan WilliamsKeenan Williams is a weatherman who appears in the episode, "Smug Alert!". He informs everyone about the situation of the smug and the storm that occurs from it.

Mr. Jarvis

Owner of the South Park Gazzette newspaper est. 1997. Stan Marsh was the paperboy as seen in the episode "Stanley's Cup".

Ms. Stevenson

Main article: Ms. Stevenson

Ms. Stevenson took over as the new Kindergarten teacher at some point after Mr. Garrison's departure. She made her introduction and departure in the episode "Miss Teacher Bangs a Boy". She had long blonde hair, and was considered by most of the men in town to be hot. She began to have a relationship with one of her students, Ike Broflovski, who she stated was mature enough for a relationship despite his age. Ms. Stevenson's relationship was exposed by Kyle Broflovski, and was arrested after Cartman helped turn her in. However, she escaped jail by claiming to be an alcoholic, and went to rehab. When she got out, she took Ike and the two prepared to flee to Milan. They were found though, and Ms. Stevenson jumped off of the Hotel building they were located in so that she could be with Ike for eternity, but Ike did not jump, having been talked out of it by Kyle. She died on impact with the ground. Ms. Stevenson's actions may have been caused by a fact revealed during her rehab, where she told her counselor that her uncle made her and her twin sister kiss each other while he took pictures.

Nelson Brown

Main article: Nelson Brown

Nelson Brown had a pale complexion and matted hair due to his cancer. He often felt ill and weak and was confined to a hospital bed because of this. Kyle replaced him on the pee-wee hockey team. He died at the end of "Stanley's Cup" as winning the Pee-wee hockey day was the only hope that kept him alive. His number on the Pee-wee hockey team was 13, the "unlucky number".

Oprah Winfrey

Main article: Oprah Winfrey

Oprah Winfrey is an American talk show host and actress.

She appears in the season 10 episode A Million Little Fibers, when Towelie's book is chosen for the Oprah Winfrey Book Club.

Ranger McFriendly

Main article: Ranger McFriendly

Ranger McFriendly appeared in the episode "Smug Alert!" to tell Stan Marsh how his song that made everyone drive hybrids and be smug causes smug clouds to appear over the town.

Richard Dawkins

Main article: Richard Dawkins

Richard Dawkins appeared in the episode, "Go God Go" to teach Ms. Garrison's class about evolution while being in a relationship with the teacher, who convinces him to lead the entire world to be atheist.

Stella Reid

Main article: Stella Reid

Stella Reid appeared in the episode, Tsst, as one of the nannies on the television program Nanny 911, along with Yvonne Finnerty and Deborah Carroll. Reid is selected to go to the Cartman's house to help Liane take care of Eric.

Super Adventure Club

Main article: Super Adventure Club

The Super Adventure Club is a group of pedophiles who meet on a regular basis and explore the world while molesting the native children. They appeared in the episode "The Return of Chef".

The group was founded by William P. Phinehas who was an explorer. Unfortunately, wherever he went he was always beaten by somebody else who had reached there first. He decided that if he couldn't be the first person to reach there, then he could be the first to molest the native children. As he molested children he discovered tiny things in children's bodies called "marlocs" which would enter his body and provide him with immortality as said by the ruler of Bethos, a mysterious monster only mentioned during the explanation. Phinehas was hit by a train in 1892 which killed him, despite his immortality.

The club has only appeared in "The Return of Chef" which featured the boys trying to turn Chef normal after he continued saying things related with pedophilia which had led to a police inquest at South Park Elementary. The boys discovered the club's ways and tried to undo the brainwashing that had been done to Chef. They succeeded, but the club found Chef again and hit him with a tranquilizer dart. Upon recapturing him, they made him choose whether he should return to South Park or remain with the club. He chose the latter, but was killed when the bridge he was standing on was struck by lightning, leading to several injuries. The club manage to salvage his remains and resurrect him as Darth Chef.

Ted Bundy

Main article: Ted Bundy

Ted Bundy appeared in the episode, "Hell on Earth 2006", as a resident of Hell. He was given the task of picking up Satan's Ferrari cake, along with Jeffrey Dahmer and John Wayne Gacy, but the trio fell into several Three Stooges-esque antics, with Bundy playing the role of "Moe." Trey Parker provided the voice of the character. He is depicted as the most mentally stable of the trio and slaps the other two when they killed people later the cake is destroyed and they have to make a new one, they get into a fight during the fight he tears out Gacy's eyes with his fingers and cuts off Dahmer's tongue he is then stabbed in the ribs then through the roof of his mouth by Dahmer.

Unified Atheist League (UAL)

Main article: Unified Atheist League (UAL)

The Unified Atheist League appear in "Go God Go" and "Go God Go XII". It is an organization founded in the mid-21st century in an alternate timeline.

United Atheist Alliance (UAA)

Main article: United Atheist Alliance (UAA)

The United Atheist Alliance appear in "Go God Go" and "Go God Go XII". It is an organization founded in the mid-21st century in an alternate timeline. The UAA believe that their answer to the great question of what atheists should call themselves makes more sense than the rival groups'. Cartman appears to work with the Alliance for the most part despite being unfrozen by the Unified Atheist League (UAL) and spending a lot up off screen time with the Allied Atheist Alliance (AAA).

Minor Characters
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See Also: Portal:Characters | List of Minor Characters from South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut

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