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Brimmy is a 4th grader at South Park Elementary. He has remained a background character since the first season and still appears often in the show, though he has almost never spoken within the series and has no known personality.


A classmate of the boys' since the third grade, he has appeared as a background character numerous times throughout the show, especially in hallway scenes and on the playground. His invitation to Eric Cartman's birthday party in "Damien" was one of his most visible appearances. He only appeared in the classroom in "Gnomes" and "Jakovasaurs" briefly when the kids were separated into groups in the former and sitting next to a Jakovasaur in the latter.

His most notable appearance may be "Merry Christmas Charlie Manson!", where he was a voiceless participant in a riot against the fake Mr. Hankey in the Nebraska mall and committed a number of serious crimes in the process. (see below)

He has never spoken unique dialogue in the series itself, however he did let out a short grunt of pain after being hit by a dodgeball in "Conjoined Fetus Lady" and can be seen yelling "Yeah!" in "Quest for Ratings" among a large crowd of kids.

He made his first true speaking appearance in South Park: The Fractured But Whole as one of the various boys inside Raisins. His voice sounds somewhere between Kyle and Clyde's voices. This was also where his name was revealed as Brimmy, which was first coined by fans in the show's early seasons.

In "The Pandemic Special", he appears in a different classroom with a number of other background fourth graders.

Criminal Record[]

  • Assault and battery: He is seen beating up one of the mall employees with a Mr. Hankey toy in "Merry Christmas Charlie Manson!"
  • Civil unrest/rioting: Participant in the riot of children at the Nebraska mall in "Merry Christmas Charlie Manson!" He was also one of many students seen rioting in the school hallways over the cancellation of Columbus Day in "Holiday Special".
  • Arson: Throws a lit Molotov cocktail at the Lollyland step up in the Nebraska mall in "Merry Christmas Charlie Manson!".
  • Vandalism: Spray paints the walls of the Nebraska mall in "Merry Christmas Charlie Manson!".
  • Shoplifting/breaking and entering: In "Merry Christmas Charlie Manson!", he, along with two other kids, throws a bench at the window of an electronics store in the mall, and steals the store's items without paying for them.
  • Indecent exposure: Participant in the "Wieners Out" movement formed by Butters Stotch, which involves boys walking down the hallway of South Park Elementary showing their genitalia.



In "Skank Hunt", Isla breaks up with Brimmy due to the conflict between the boys and the girls, which confirms that they were "dating".

In "The Pandemic Special", they appear to be in the same classroom separate from the main characters.


Brimmy wears a blue coat and grey trousers, and most prominently a blue cap with a bright yellow brim, giving him his name. Several other unnamed background characters can be seen with similar appearances to Brimmy, having different colored clothing. His coat is similar to that of Craig Tucker and the Girl with Blonde Hair, while his hat is also similar in shape to Stan Marsh or the 6th Grader with Cyan Hat.

His hair color is still unknown as both characters who wears the same coat as him have appeared alongside him in some episodes, with one of them being the Girl with Blonde Hair.

Brimmy on the episode "Gnomes"

Brimmy in the episode "Gnomes" with Pip and Tolkien


  • The South Park crew refers to this character as "Kid A", since he was one of the first background characters created when production of the series switched from paper to computers.
  • Brimmy is one of the characters to have their first speaking role in a video game, the other being Pete Melman.
  • The character received a number of conjectural names from fans over many years, sometimes being assigned the names of unseen child characters. The name Brimmy originated among fans around the show's early seasons; he was known at this wiki as Boy With Blue Cap from 2012 until the release of South Park: The Fractured But Whole.

Video Games[]

South Park: The Fractured But Whole[]

He can be found in the Raisins restaurant and The New Kid can get a selfie with him if they have at least one active cyborg ability.



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See also
List of Female 4th Graders | List of Male 4th Graders | Portal:Characters