@HerbiMetal I'm sorry if you found it sad I was trying to make it realistic for Shelley and the elements of the show
@Sam Katawazi They should do an episode about Shelley. I'm thinking Shelley wasn't always aggressive especially towards Stan. Maybe at one point, Shelley was very caring and happy when she was younger
@Sam Katawazi I added more to Shelley's backstory and it's really interesting
@Sam Katawazi nah I don't think they will especially Heidi since she's been a popular character since the infamous season 20.
@Sam Katawazi probably not since he's a main character, also I put more of Shelley's backstory
It actually was Cartman's fault since he threw the ball too far out to the road.
@Sam Katawazi even though he was upset about Jason's death but he was kinda being hard on the Mexican kid they adopted.
@Sam Katawazi or maybe DogPoo and Brimmy even
@HerbiMetal Sometime around when Stan started preschool, older girls have started bullying and harassing Shelley as she was now considered ugly for hanging out with a brown haired crooked-teeth kid named Kevin who comes from a very poor and unkempt family. Rumors have also been going around that Shelley was born ugly and that she was in a circus with retarded and ugly ass kids. Sharon had noticed some changes in Shelley as she has been coming home from school more sad not her usual cheerful self and would even refuse to talk about her feelings. Later that weekend, Randy had made plans with Gerald to go watch a basketball game in Denver but Sharon forced him to cancelled those plans and spend more time with Shelley. Sharon had left to meet up with Sheila at the park for Stan's playdate with his new friend Kyle while Randy was stuck at home with Shelley he was watching the game on TV but it was not the same as seeing it in person. Randy then decided he should take Shelley out instead sitting around the house moping about the game. The two went to the hardware store where Randy kept showing Shelley different tools, much to her disinterest, then the two went to the bar where Randy got really drunk and kept picking fights with all the guys there until he was kicked out and finally, they were at Mel's Buffet. Shelley told Randy she wanted a hamburger but instead of a burger, he ordered a lobster for her which she refused to eat. This got Randy upset who ends up telling her that Stan would've eaten it cause "he's not a wimpy girl" that it would've been more spending time with him and even tells Shelley "I would've had a more fucking awesome weekend going to that basketball game but if your stupid Mom hadn't made spend time with you cause this was nothing but a big waste of time, like you are! you're nothing but a kid who has no friends, no life and no self esteem". Shelley now in tears runs into the bathroom crying leaving Randy receiving nothing but dirty looks and critical feedback other people in the restaurant. Later at home, Sharon and Stan return from the park to find Randy sitting on the couch with Grandpa (Marvin) Marsh watching TV and Shelley sitting alone in the kitchen looking very upset Marvin tells Sharon what happened leading to an arguement with Randy. As the 3 adults, 4 year old Stan walked into the kitchen to try cheer up his older sister but as Stan was in the kitchen, "Get out you little turd!" She snapped "This is all your fault!" She yelled at Stan "Dad loves you more than me, I you were never born Stan! You're nothing but a little turd, I fucking hate you!!" Shelley then raises her fist to punch Stan who tries to get away but she is much faster and stronger than him give Stan a number of punches than throws then throws him against a wall nearly knocking him out. Right as Shelley was about to give Stan the final blow, "Mommy! Daddy! Shelley's hurting me!!" He shouted Randy, Sharon and Marvin race into the kitchen to find Shelley holding her crying younger brother against the wall, Shocked, both Randy and Sharon restrain Shelley to keep her from doing anymore harm to Stan. Stan ran into Marvin's arm frightened and took Marvin took him upstairs to calm him down "Shelley Marsh, what has gotten into you young lady?! Randy exclaimed "You nearly killed your brother, he's only 4 years old! Scolded Sharon. "That does it until your ready to apologize to your little brother and for your new behavior, you're grounded for 3 weeks" Randy said sternly and Sent Shelley to her room. As Shelley walked to her room she gave Stan a death glare passing by him, making Stan frightened and terrified of his own sister. As the years went on, Shelley had been using Stan as her "punching bag" and always took her anger out on him causing a strain with of her relationship with Stan and the rest of her family.
@Sam Katawazi I bet if Chef was still around he'd be wondering what the hell has happened to South Park
@HerbiMetal while Shelley is helping Stan and Wendy, Shelley reveals to Stan that she never hated him, Shelley was actually a very optimistic when she was younger and looked on the brighter side of things. Shelley even tells Stan that she was excited to become a big sister after Sharon finds out she's pregnant with Stan, Once Stan was born Randy and Sharon were now blessed with two children, Shelley swore to be the best big sister and protect her brother from danger and harm. However as time went on, Shelley started to grow jealous with Stan getting more attention than her and Randy starts neglecting Shelley even forgetting to show up to the school for the Daddy-Daughter dance as Randy ended up having a big night out with the other Dads getting drunk and partying.
That would be great plus Shelley hasn't much of a major since the season 3 episode "Cat Orgy" Shelley of course will refuse to help Stan at first but reluctantly joins him and Wendy, but during the movement, Shelley's past is revealed
@Sam Katawazi Yeah that sounds like a very cool episode idea
@Sam Katawazi They should do an episode where Stan and Shelley team up together to put a stop to Randy's business and move back to South Park
@Lily Alekian while it may seem Liane doesn't discipline Cartman, she's actually gotten more strict with him in recent seasons such as in "HUMANCENTiPad", when Cartman started acting up and embarrassed Liane at Bestbuy by making her look like a pedophile when she couldn't afford the Apple's iPad and in "Coon 2: Hindsight" when he beat up Cylde and Bradley
@Just ban hammer and in season 21, Kyle almost started another war by having Canada nuked
@StarPitfan right with you dude after last season I can't fucking stand Randy anymore I was even hoping he died from falling off the cliff while chasing Santa
@HerbiMetal I agree and I even felt a little bad for Stan in "Banned in China" all he wanted was move back into his old house and what I thought was really fucked up was when Randy killed Winnie the Pooh just so his weed wouldn't be illegal in China
As of season 20 I hate Gerald he was so annoying and got away with his actions, last season made me hate Randy cause all he cares about is his stupid tegirdy shit and I was even hoping Randy was killed from falling off the cliff while he was chasing Santa. But Stephen takes the cake as he punishes Butters for literally the dumbest reasons, let Butters get beat up by Trent Boyett despite his cries for help and even tried to sell Butters to Paris Hilton to become rich therefore making him the worst parent in South Park history Stephen also reminds me of my Dad sometimes 😓
At first I wasn't really too crazy about "Pip" and thought it was a really boring episode since none of the boys appeared and didn't even bother to finish watching the episodes, but then a couple years later when I started getting into south Park more, I decided to watch the episode and found it really interesting and funny in some parts. So pretty much I vote "Pip" as it's the only episode he gets a main role before becoming a background and getting killed off.