- For other uses, see Scott (disambiguation).
Scott Malkinson is a character introduced in the episode "Elementary School Musical". He has a lisp and diabetes, which Cartman rips on him for. The boys use him to replace Stan, who has begun to try learn how to do musicals to prevent himself from losing Wendy to Bridon Gueermo.
Although his only prominent role to date was "Elementary School Musical", he has had several background appearances since his debut. He appears in the episode "Butters' Bottom Bitch", as a customer of Butters "kissing company", and passes at the background during Cartman's book selling in the episode "Dances with Smurfs". He just recently appeared in the Black Friday trilogy where he was seen sharpening a wooden sword in Cartman's backyard and in the episode "A Song of Ass and Fire", "sword fighting" with Butters Stotch. His most major role in the trilogy was a trip to George R.R. Martin's house to find out what happens when the dragons come.
Scott wears a light green jacket with a fairly dark green collar and has teal trousers or light blue jeans. He has freckles and ruffled brown hair with a parting in the middle, also he is of the few student characters to have prominent ears. His voice sounds similar to Butters' so he is most likely voiced by Matt Stone.
Scott Malkinson doesn't appear to be the brightest kid around. He apparently doesn't know that he's uncool, at one point asking, "What's so bad about hanging out with me?" He does make some a half-hearted attempts to stop Cartman's teasing, especially when it comes to his diabetes, but these are ultimately futile, simply fueling Cartman's ridicule.
Cartman takes pleasure in ripping on Scott for his diabetes, often mockingly imitating his distinctive lisp. Scott tries to protest, saying "Hey, don't make fun of my diabetes!" and "That's enough, you guys, it's not cool. Lots of kids have diabetes!", but Cartman disregards this and continues.
Kenny McCormick and Kyle Broflovski appear to be totally ambivalent towards Malkinson, often completely ignoring both him and Cartman's ridicule. However, they are well aware that their association with Malkinson makes them incredibly uncool.
Despite having been beat up by him during his puberty stage, Scott and Butters seem to have a friendship, shown by Butters' concern for Scott when he began experiencing ketoacidosis due to having not eaten.
Establishing shots of the cafeteria in multiple episodes show Scott and Jason eating lunch with unnamed kids. However the two have never actually been seen interacting.
- "Elementary School Musical" - The boys hang out with him because he can't participate in musical numbers.
- "Butters' Bottom Bitch" - He paid to kiss Sally Darson.
- "Dances with Smurfs" - He bought Cartman's book "What Happened To My School".
- "The Tale of Scrotie McBoogerballs" - Background character.
- "HUMANCENTiPAD" - Background character.
- "Funnybot" - Background character.
- "T.M.I." - Background character.
- "Ass Burgers " - Background character at the Cartman Burger Stand.
- "Bass to Mouth " - Background character
- "1% " - In the background of the physical fitness class behind Cartman.
- "The Poor Kid " - In the school hallway running away from the Giant Reptilian Bird.
- "Cash For Gold" - Seen in the background on the playground.
- "Jewpacabra" - Seen at the Easter egg hunt.
- "Butterballs" - Seen in Stan's anti-bullying video.
- "Cartman Finds Love" - Seen in the background in the school's hallways and on the playground.
- "Going Native" - Mentioned being beat up by Butters.
- "A Scause For Applause" - Seen in the background in the school hallways talking to Francis.
- "Let Go, Let Gov" - Seen eating in the cafeteria.
- "Black Friday" - Scott is a member of the group that wants to get Xbox Ones on Black Friday.
- "A Song of Ass and Fire" - Scott goes with Butters to George R. R. Martin's home to seek answers to Game of Thrones.
- "Titties and Dragons" - Scott returns to South Park, with Butters and George R. R. Martin, on horseback, and was apathetic when getting the Xbox One.
- "Gluten Free Ebola" - Scott is used by the boys to attract people to their party, despite his lack of interest. Later, at the party, Scott is shown as a server.
He is seen on the front cover of GameInformer magazine's coverage of South Park: The Stick of Truth. Despite how Cartman treats Scott on the show, Scott joins sides with Cartman's human faction of the Kingdom of Kupa Keep. Scott quickly befriends Douchebag. After Clyde is banished by Cartman, he assumes the role of Kupa Keep's shopkeeper. Scott is later used for practice when Douchebag is trained to use the Cup-A-Spell fart.