TrollTraceHQ Headquarters under construction in "Wieners Out" was a fictional internet service created by Lennart Bedrager. It was first mentioned in the Season Twenty episode, "Wieners Out". Its primary purpose was to provide a service for users online to identify trolls by way of submitting comments and messages. Its true purpose, though, was to turn countries against each other as part of a world trolling plot. Since that episode, it has become the main problem of the rest of the season, many people tried to troll it away but it was still active.

In "Fort Collins", launched a test on the city Fort Collins, this caused the city to be almost completely destroyed, and making most of the people insane and divorced.It was also the place where MLKKK was burned alive as an angry father found out what he said about his daughter.

Finally, in "The End of Serialization as We Know It",'s headquarters were destroyed, by too many people trolling, as well as Gerald Broflovski finally killing Lennart.


Vowing to identify and destroy internet trolls, Lennard Bedrager created an online service for users to submit troll comments and messages to. When the website receives a troll comment, it tags its and attaches the trolls personal information, including:

  • Full Name
  • Address
  • Photo
  • Age
  • Height
  • Weight
  • Internet History

An example of a troll being identified and traced by

Although Bedrager states that the service is to only be used against trolls it is possible to use it maliciously against non-trolls.

Once identified, the troll's local police department is contacted, and the troll is taken into custody for crimes related to being an internet troll.


  • In real life, when typed as a url, redirects to the official South Park website.
  • The headquarters seems to be based on the S.H.I.E.L.D. Triskellion, as first seen in Captain America: Winter Solider. In Winter Solider, HYDRA, tried to use the 3 helicarriers to track anti-HYDRA people, much like the TrollTrace aimed to track those who were opposed to the mainstream.