Cheesy Poofs are a fictional brand of cheese-flavored snacks.


Cheesy Poofs were first mentioned in the Season One pilot episode, "Cartman Gets an Anal Probe", when Eric Cartman ate them while watching television. They were also the first words in English that Starvin' Marvin learns in the ninth episode of the season. Cartman auditioned for the chance to sing the Cheesy Poofs Theme Song in a Cheesy Poofs advertisement in the Season Two episode, "Roger Ebert Should Lay Off the Fatty Foods", but his lines were cut leaving only the last word of the song saying "Lame".

Beginning in Season Three, the show began to evolve and Cheesy Poofs were rarely seen. In the Season Ten episode, "Cartoon Wars Part I", Cartman used Cheesy Poofs as a diversion to cause Kyle Broflovski to run off the road while they were riding big wheels on the highway. They were seen in Season Eleven episode, "Guitar Queer-O" during the first party scene. Their most recent appearance was in the Season Fifteen episode, "A History Channel Thanksgiving", in which Cartman was eating them while not doing his share of the boys' school assignment.

According to a script for South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut, Cheesy Poofs are from Canada; this is another factor for Cartman joining La Resistance. However, this aspect of the film was never animated, so the information is likely non-canonical.

Real Cheesy Poofs

Real Cheesy Poofs

Comedy Central has released Cheesy Poofs to stores for limited edition at least twice - in 1998 at their website, and in 2011, they teamed up with Frito-Lay to release repackaged Cheetos Puffs under the name as part of Year of the Fan at the San Diego Comic Con, and later for two weeks in September at Wal-Mart stores.



When the demonic voices are played in "Damien", you can hear them sometimes say "Cheesy Poofs".

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