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In the episode, Eric Cartman takes over the school morning announcements, and makes use of them to bash the Student Body President, Wendy Testaburger. Butters buys into Cartman's accusations and forms a group against Wendy. They read Cartman's book that rips on her. After Cartman weaves a story of Wendy killing Smurfs, Butters and the group wear similar t-shirts that state: "I ask questions". He leads the group to Wendy's house, where he climbs her steps and urinates on Wendy's front door, telling her to go on the EC show and defend herself.
Most of them have stereotypical appearances of awkward nerds, such as messy hair, strange facial features, and glasses.
- "Dances with Smurfs" - First appearance; they form a group against Wendy.
- "Butterballs" - Seen in Stan's anti-bullying video.
- "Black Friday"
- "A Song of Ass and Fire"
- "Titties and Dragons"
|Minor Characters from Season Thirteen|
|Annie | Ashley | Bea Arthur | Billy Mays | Butters' Friends | Butters' Kissing Company | Caine | Carlos Mencia | Casey Miller | David Carradine | DJ AM | Dom DeLuise | Dr. Land | Dr. Phillips | Ed McMahon | Ellen DeGeneres | Emmett Hollis | Emperor Akihito | Farrah Fawcett | Ghost Hunters | Harley Riders | Heidi | Intergalactic Police | Jonas Brothers | Kanye West | Kevern Zaksor | Mickey Mouse | Mr. Conners | Mr. Hollis | Mysterion | Natasha Richardson | Oscar G. Mayer Jr. | Paolo Captain | Patrick Swayze | Paul Watson | Pi-Pi | Queef Sisters | Sally Darson | Samantha Dunskin | Smurfs | Tammy Warner | Vince McMahon | Yukio Hatoyama |