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Annie Knitts

For other uses, see Annie (Disambiguation).
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Annie Knitts (previously referred to as Jordan, Annie Faulk, Ashley and Annie Nelson) is a female fourth-grade student at South Park Elementary. She first appears as a background character in the Season One episode, "Cartman Gets an Anal Probe". She receives her first speaking role in the Season Three episode, "Tweek vs. Craig". She was originally voiced by Mary Kay Bergman, then Mona Marshall took over that role in later episodes. However, Annie is now voiced by April Stewart.

Annie is one of the popular girls in the fourth grade at South Park Elementary. She is friends with girls such as Wendy, Heidi, Bebe, Red, Nichole, Nelly, Jenny, and Lola, along with most of the other fourth-grade girls.


Annie has appeared in the show since the very beginning, being among the many characters to debut in construction paper design. Although she appeared in Mr. Garrison's class in every episode where the third grade classroom was seen, she was initially a background character used to fill in classroom, cafeteria, or playground scenes and student gatherings. The first time she was directly acknowledged was in Season Two in the episode "Conjoined Fetus Lady", where Stan demands more backup players on his dodgeball team and requests her and Butters to join. This is also the first time where Annie makes any noise, as she lets out a whiny scream upon getting hit by a dodgeball.

She would not get her first speaking role until Season Three, with the episode "Tweek vs. Craig". She went five seasons without speaking again until "Stupid Spoiled Whore Video Playset", where she receives more substantial dialogue by participating in the trend of emulating Paris Hilton and outcasts Wendy for her failed attempts at dressing like a whore. Ever since, Annie has been a prominent member of the fourth grade girls' clique, although she sometimes takes a backseat to other girls in episodes focusing on them.

While Annie has yet to have an episode individually focusing on her, she makes a fairly big impact to the story in the Season Twenty episode "Skank Hunt", where she encourages the other girls to break up with their boyfriends, believing they share Skankhunt42's sexist beliefs.


Her current name was first heard in "Stupid Spoiled Whore Video Playset", when she was at the Stupid Spoiled Whore store with Wendy, Red, and Bebe. Prior to that, she was referred to as "Jordan" in "Conjoined Fetus Lady", though many background characters at the time were frequently called by different names; however, Annie's name has been referred to in storyboards by its present form since Season 1, making this an error on the writers' part. Despite the finalization of her first name, she was called "Ashley" in the Season Thirteen episode, "Butters' Bottom Bitch", but her first name seemed to have gone back to its current one in the Season Seventeen episode, "The Hobbit".

Her surname has changed a lot throughout the series; it was revealed as "Faulk" in "Stupid Spoiled Whore Video Playset", but in the Season Seventeen episode, "The Hobbit", Butters refers to her as "Annie Nelson". However, her other surname, "Knitts", was finalized in the video game South Park: The Stick of Truth, though she was once again referred to as "Annie Nelson" in South Park: The Fractured But Whole.

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She wears a brown collarless jacket and black pants. Her hair is short, light blonde and tight-curly. Her initial appearance had her wearing the same jacket but with red trim, and the same type of hair but golden blonde like Bebe. In "The Hobbit", Wendy states that Annie's hair is also thin. In "Stupid Spoiled Whore Video Playset", she wore an aquamarine tube top, a teal-and-aquamarine wrap skirt, and white shoes while dressing as a whore.

She wears a pink pajama shirt with a light purple collar when she goes to bed, as shown in "Skank Hunt".

To see images of Annie Knitts, visit Annie Knitts/Gallery.


Annie is portrayed as a kind and friendly person; however, this leads to her being a target for bullying. In South Park: The Stick of Truth, she is seen crying because three older girls took her Justin Bieber doll.

Annie is also rather naïve and innocent minded, admitting that she did not know what a queef was in "Eat, Pray, Queef", while Wendy and the other girls did. Despite her shortcomings, she showed a trait of leadership and convinced Wendy and the rest of the girls to break up with their boyfriends in "Skank Hunt" in an attempt to prove a point about Skankhunt42's misdeeds.


Mrs. Knitts


Annie's mother, Mrs. Knitts.

Annie's mother was seen with her at the "Stupid Spoiled Whore" store, buying her things and waiting in line to check out. She had a speaking role, criticizing Mr. Testaburger for not letting his daughter buy anything in that store.

Her mother is also seen at the parents' meeting in "T.M.I." sitting with her father; while he is not actually visible, her mother is seen looking off-screen towards someone, in the same manner the other parents look towards each other.

Other Relatives

In the toy shop in "Woodland Critter Christmas", Annie is seen trying to get the attention of an unnamed female relative as she holds up a candy cane, convincing her to buy it for her.


4th Grade Girls

Annie is usually seen with the other girls, such as Wendy, Heidi, Bebe, and Nichole. She is seen mostly with Red, though.

While she is depicted as being part of Wendy's group along with Red, Bebe, Heidi, and Nichole, Annie tends to take a backseat to other characters at some points, such as Esther and Millie Larsen in "Bebe's Boobs Destroy Society", Red and Heidi in "Marjorine", and Lola and Red in "The List". She was seen in class, but not shown at Heidi's slumber party in "Marjorine".

Despite being generally well-liked and having a good relationship with the other girls, Wendy insults her in “The Hobbit”, claiming that she had thin hair. However, the two were shown to still have a good friendship after that, so Annie most likely forgave her.

Tolkien Black

Annie and Tolkien were often seen together in a friendly way in the early seasons. They were seen sitting next to each other on the bus in "World Wide Recorder Concert" and "Trapper Keeper" and chatting in class in "Ike's Wee Wee". They were also seen playing together on the swing set in "Clubhouses" and holding hands while singing "It's Easy, Mmm'kay" in South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut.

In the recent seasons, they are not seen together as often, but they can be seen molding clay together in art class in "Toilet Paper".

Butters Stotch

Annie joined Butters' kissing company in "Butters' Bottom Bitch", and they seemed to be on good terms throughout the episode. There has been some speculation amongst the fandom that Annie is a female Butters, due to both having blond hair, a sense of naïveté and sparks of leadership whenever the situation has called for it.

However, she can be heard in the crowd of girls encouraging Nelly to fight Butters in "Douche and a Danish", showing that Annie disapproves of Butters' decision to start the Wieners Out movement along with the rest of the girls.

Daniel Tanner


Annie breaking up with Daniel toward the end of "Skank Hunt".

In "Skank Hunt", Annie is revealed to have had a boyfriend, Daniel Tanner, with whom she breaks up towards the end of the episode.

Timmy Burch

In “Follow That Egg!”, the two are paired up for the parenting group project. When the two are announced to be partners, Timmy reacts positively. Like the other “couples”, they seemed to have enjoyed their time together. However, they haven’t had any interactions since.

Bill Allen

Annie and Bill are seen together in the background often. Although we have not heard any of their conversations, they seem to be close. Despite Bill being a bully that thinks everything is “gay”, he seems to be kind towards Annie.

Video Games

South Park: The Stick of Truth

Annie has a somewhat major role in this game. In her first appearance, she is seen being bullied by three older girls by taking her Justin Bieber doll. After The New Kid fights the bullies, Annie befriends him. When Kyle asks Douchebag to recruit the girls, he finds Annie and she takes him to the girls' hideout by blindfolding him. During the siege on Clyde's fortress, she is dressed as a fairy. She also uses her fairy costume as her picture on Facebook, even before the New Kid recruits the girls.

South Park: Phone Destroyer




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