|Voiced by||Trey Parker|
Scuzzlebutt is a basket-weaving monster who lives on top of a mountain in South Park. He has a piece of celery as an arm and Patrick Duffy as a leg. He appears prominently in the Season One episode, "Volcano". He has had several cameo appearances since.
BackgroundIn "Volcano", Cartman tells the story of Scuzzlebutt to scare his friends, depicting him as a vicious monster, though they don't believe him. In order to scare them even more, Cartman dresses up as Scuzzlebutt. This plan failed and Cartman was almost shot.
Eventually, a volcano erupted and Cartman and the others were trapped, as the town built a trench to divert the lava away from the town. This is when Scuzzlebutt appears for real, much to Cartman's surprise, and weaves a wicker basket that saves the children. Shortly after, Stan kills Scuzzlebutt to prove to his Uncle Jimbo that he is a good nephew, but that pretty much failed.
In "City on the Edge of Forever (Flashbacks)", in-keeping with the re-imagined versions of the flashback sequences in that episode, Scuzzlebutt instead weaves some ice cream and has Brent Musburger for a leg instead of Patrick Duffy.
At the end in South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut, after Satan returns to Hell and Kenny's wish being granted with everyone back alive during and before the war, Scuzzlebutt is seen in the crowd on the right while everyone is singing "Mountain Town" despite the fact that he was killed way before the American-Canadian War
Skuzzlebutt is a large brown creature with Patrick Duffy as a leg and a celery stick for an arm. He has dark brown hair and a dark brown beard.
He is a kind, sweet-natured creature with a basic grasp of the English language, as he is shown able to say the words "friend" and "Volcano". He is reclusive but unafraid of humans. He is benevolent and thoughtful, as he is shown saving the boys in a wicker basket and giving some freshly-picked mountain flowers to Mayor McDaniels.
- In some early advertisements for the South Park video game, there was originally going to be a level involving the offspring of Scuzzlebutt, but later it was scrapped.
- Scuzzlebutt appears in the crowd at the end of the South Park Theme.
- Scuzzebutt is considered the most famous monster on the show, rivaling only ManBearPig.
- Scuzzlebutt is in the game South Park Rally, but not in the Nintendo 64 version.
- Scuzzlebutt is a monster that was inspired by a real life legendary monster in Colorado.
- In the Spanish version of Scuzzlebutt, Patrick Duffy was replaced by Ricky Martin.
- Scuzzlebutt appears in South Park: The Stick of Truth, albeit stuffed and display in Jimbo's Guns, and very rarely jumps in and out of the foreground view when the game is paused. In the game, Scuzzlebutt has an identical hand instead of a piece of celery and the head of his Patrick Duffy leg is always covered by something.
- "Volcano" - Debut appearance. He saved the boys, Jimbo, and Ned from the lava.
- "City on the Edge of Forever (Flashbacks)"
- South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut - Seen in the end when "Mountain Town (Reprise)" was being sung.
- "The Wacky Molestation Adventure" - A person with Scuzzlebutt's picture on a t-shirt is standing behind Kyle at the Raging Pussies concert.
- "Scott Tenorman Must Die" - A person with Scuzzlebutt's picture on a t-shirt is standing behind boys when Kenny dies.
- "Stanley's Cup" - A newspaper headline reading "What is Scuzzlebutt??" is visible behind Stan's boss at the beginning of the show.
Scuzzlebutt's face sometimes appears on the game's loading screen. A Stuffed and mounted Scuzzlebutt can be seen in Jimbo's Guns showroom.
|Minor Characters from Season One|
| Barbra Streisand | Bob Saget | Damien | Death (character) | Ms. Ellen | John Horsoff | Kathie Lee Gifford | Leonard Maltin | Rexx | Robert Smith | Sally Struthers | Scuzzlebutt | Sidney Poitier | Sparky | Patrick Duffy |
See Also: List of Minor Characters