- For other uses, see Scott (disambiguation).
Scott the Dick first appeared in the Season Two episode, "Terrance and Phillip in Not Without My Anus". He makes a cameo in the movie appearing on the Asses of Fire poster. He later appeared in "It's Christmas in Canada" and in "Royal Pudding", where he was seen as a "giant dick".
Scott is a resident of Ontario, Canada, and is the arch-nemesis of Terrance and Phillip and notorious among his fellow Canadians. He is most well known for being "a dick" and driving a PT Cruiser. (Often, when he made his entrances to the scenes in "It's Christmas in Canada", the other Canadians in the same scene would shout out to the boys: "Oh no! It's Scott! He's a dick!", or some variation thereof.) He is uptight and short-tempered, especially when it comes to Terrance and Phillip's toilet humor. Despite all of this, he claims he is the most patriotic Canadian.
In the Season Two episode, "Terrance and Phillip in Not Without My Anus", he was the duo's prosecutor in court. He was also made Saddam Hussein's adviser in this episode. He was Saddam's adviser again in "It's Christmas in Canada", while Saddam was in disguise as Canada's new Prime Minister. However, it was stated by Scott that his official job is a journalist, i.e. a television critic for magazines.
He has brown, spiky hair. He wears dark blue jeans and a brown, long-sleeved shirt with a black capital "S" embroidered in the middle. In several of Scott's appearances, he wears a red tie with his shirt. Like most Canadian characters, he has a Pac-Man head.
In "Royal Pudding", as a result of radiation poisoning in Ottawa, he appears as a giant, which causes fellow Canadians to refer to him as a "giant dick".
He appears to be a racist, stating that Americans are "power-hungry" and was going to send the boys away, in "It's Christmas in Canada". He also dislikes Inuit, but seems desperate to deny that he is an "Eskimo racist".
- "Terrance and Phillip in Not Without My Anus"
- South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut (seen on the Asses of Fire poster)
- "It's Christmas in Canada"
- "Royal Pudding"