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Darryl Weathers is a construction worker who made his first appearance in Season Eight episode "Goobacks", as a worker who was upset over losing his job to immigrants from the future. Since then, he has made numerous appearances as a background character or a minor character, often leading other redneck or working class characters in chanting "They took our jobs!".

Background[]

He first appears in "Goobacks", and he hosts a rally of many working-class men who are mad at losing their jobs to the Goobacks, who volunteer to work for next to nothing. He debates Aging Hippie Liberal Douche, and is referred to as Pissed Off, White Trash Redneck Conservative in counterpart. He tries to help the other workers find a way to get rid of the Goobacks, but their plan eventually comes to all the men having sex with each other. He approves the idea and mandates that every man does it. Though he briefly reconsiders like everyone else to actually save the planet, they all end up returning to the pile.

He has a small but notable role in "W.T.F." as one of the more passionate supporters and viewers of the Wrestling Takedown Federation, often discussing the fights at Skeeter's Bar & Cocktail afterward with many of his friends. They briefly encounter Mr. Conners and when he tries to show them real wrestling, dismiss it as gay pornography.

He plays a major role in the Season Twenty-One premiere episode, "White People Renovating Houses", where he starts "Anti-Alexa⠀⠀" protests, believing digital assistants are taking jobs away from workers in the workers' union. The protesting actually worked, and soon Alexa was replaced by Darryl and all the other protestors. Unhappy with Alexa's job, Randy calls Darryl out for being a hypocrite. Darryl has an outburst, and expresses his racist beliefs to him, revealing that he has bitter intentions whenever he says "They took our jobs."

Appearance[]

Darryl has long red hair combed, red eyebrows and mustache, some face warts and large ears. He wears a white shirt under a green checkered jacket with pockets and sleeves up, revealing the fur on his arms, a brown belt with a gray buckle with "USA" written on it, dark blue pants and brown boots with sharp toes and heels.

In the future timeline set in South Park: Post Covid, he has gray hair. However, he still sports a red mustache, albeit faded, and significantly longer.

Trivia[]

  • Though he only makes a brief cameo in the final episode, a deleted scene in "Let Go, Let Gov" features him at an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting with Dennis, disagreeing with Butters Stotch about government.

Prominence[]

Movies[]

South Park: The Fractured But Whole[]

He can be seen and found at the Peppermint Hippo strip club, where he is inebriated, and the player can selfie with him.

References[]


Minor Characters from Season Eight
6th Grader with Orange Coat | 6th Grader with Orange Hood | Aging Hippie Liberal Douche | Anti-Christ | A.W.E.S.O.M.-O 4000 | Beth | Barry Bonds | Bill O'Reilly | Blanket Jackson | Bud Stotch | Darryl Weathers | Future Humans | Giant Douche | Harvey Brown | Jason Giambi | Jeffy | Jeffy's Farmer | Jessie | Jim Lehrer | Justin Timberlake | Kal | Kelly Rutherford-Menskin | Kelly Pinkerton-Tinfurter | Mandy | Mark McGwire | Mel Gibson | Michael Deets | Michael Jackson | Miss Claridge | Mountain Lion | Mountain Lion Cubs | Mr. Meryl | Nancy | Nellie Stotch | P. Diddy | Paris Hilton | People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals | The Orange County Crew | The Orange County Crew Coach | The South Park Diggities | Tinkerbell | Tom Johannsen | Trent Boyett | Turd Sandwich | Woodland Critters | Yao

More information: List of Minor Characters from Season Eight | Season Eight

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