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For other uses, see Leslie (Disambiguation).

Leslie Meyers was a female fourth grader and the main antagonist of Season Nineteen. She made her first appearance in the episode, "Ginger Kids" and was then killed by PC Principal in "PC Principal Final Justice" after she is exposed as a self-aware ad in human form.

Background[]

Initially, Leslie was a background character that appeared at South Park Elementary, and originally had light brown hair. She was frequently seen in assemblies and on the playground around Season Seventeen, and appeared with a sister and her mother in "The Cissy". However, since the former season commonly gave color swaps for characters (such as a orange-haired Bebe Stevens or a black-haired Heidi Turner), it is possible that this may be a completely different character using Leslie's design.

Starting from Season Nineteen, Leslie is always habitually caught by PC Principal chatting with her friend during school assemblies; this has become a recurring joke throughout the season. She was even called out when she stopped chatting before the assembly in "Tweek x Craig" and reported to police in "Naughty Ninjas".

In "Naughty Ninjas", during the closing scene, it is revealed that PC Principal and Leslie may have some affiliation with each other.

In "Sponsored Content", she interviews Jimmy Valmer at the Newsmen's headquarters and says she is "special", she asks if he is "special" too. Jimmy then figures out Leslie is a human advertisement and becomes angry with the salesmen asking if she knows this as well.

In "Truth and Advertising", she escapes the Newsmen with Jimmy's assistance when he realizes they want to boil her alive to hide the truth. However, this turns out to be a trick, and she then beats up Jimmy to carry out Nathan's plan.

Appearance[]

She has medium, black hair that is similar to Jenny Simons's in appearance with bouncy ends. Formally, her hair is brown and straight (though in episodes before Season Nineteen, it was a much lighter shade of brown). She wears a yellow shirt with a black and white robot head on it (similar in appearance to the Reddit alien mascot, Snoo), green pants, and a large yellow headband. After being 'murdered' by PC Principal, her head is shown to be filled with a strange glowing blue liquid and machinery.

Personality[]

Although she seems kind and friendly, she is cold and uncaring about human life or their well-being, as evidenced when she beat up Jimmy Valmer, even after he saved her from the newsmen's murder attempt, in order to carry out her plan. She is also very manipulative, as she emotionally manipulates both Jimmy and Kyle into helping her, even pretending to be attracted to the latter in order to advance her plans. Despite her robotic mannerisms, she does have some degree of emotion, such as surprise at Jimmy being alive.

Abilities[]

Vocal Manipulation[]

As an ad, she is shown to be able to perfectly imitate anyone's voice, as shown when she imitates President Barack Obama in "PC Principal Final Justice". Her natural voice is an almost robotic monotone, a clue that she is not as she seems. Also as an ad, she can take human form, and unlike humans, has blue jelly-like blood when PC Principal kills her.

Manipulation[]

As an ad, she is also very cunning and manipulative. She successfully turns Jimmy, who is fully aware of her essence, into helping her escape from the Newsmen. Leslie also manipulated Kyle into believing she thought he was cute just for his help to get messages across. Even the perfectly calm and rational Kyle was completely convinced that Leslie was not an ad.

Jamming[]

Leslie can interrupt transmissions and insert ads in media. She uses this power to distract the Newsmen, making them unable to surveil so that she can have enough time to entice Jimmy.

Strength[]

Leslie is shown to be incredibly strong, able to beat Jimmy unconscious with punching and break the ceiling open just by throwing Jimmy at the ceiling. She does all of this with no visible signs of stress or even effort. She is also durable enough to briefly withstand an assault from PC Principal.

Interactions[]

Jimmy Valmer[]

In her talk with him, he realizes she is an ad after her robotic responses. Despite this, in "Truth and Advertising", Jimmy appears to fall for her tricks and saves her from the Newsmen after hearing of their murder plans, which nearly gets them both killed. However, she double-crosses him to help Nathan with the Super School News paper to carry out her planned attack afterward.

PC Principal[]

She seems to not have a good relationship with PC Principal, with her getting yelled at four times by him for talking to her friend during a school assembly (and a fourth time when she stopped talking before being yelled). However, in "Naughty Ninjas", this is revealed as a cover-up for a plot against South Park. In "PC Principal Final Justice" she is revealed to be a sentient robot ad and is destroyed by PC Principal at The South Park Gun Show.

Kyle Broflovski[]

She came to Kyle at the end of "Truth and Advertising" because she heard how good he was at getting messages across, and because she thought he was cute. Kyle then protects her, and she goes on to trick him into thinking that Jimmy is dead and that PC Principal is the enemy. He then goes on to spread these lies to his friends at the South Park Gun Show. Kyle easily gets manipulated by Leslie.

Nathan[]

Nathan is known to be a mastermind in his crimes, but not when he helps Leslie in dominating the world with advertisements as Nathan is shown to be Leslie’s henchman in "Truth and Advertising". When Nathan puts misinformation on the school newspapers, Jimmy caught him and confronts Nathan about his lies about how he is putting up fake news and information on the school newspaper, and instead of going against Nathan, Leslie shows here true colors and betrays Jimmy by beating him up to continue her schemes with Nathan’s help.

Girl with Pink Coat[]

It is possible that they are best friends, as Leslie is always chatting with her. She seems to chat with her friend all the time, even at school assemblies. It is unknown if she knew Leslie was an ad.

Prominence[]

  • "Ginger Kids" - Debut; Seen holding hands with a boy before getting captured by the Ginger Separatist Movement.
  • "Let Go, Let Gov" - Seen at the school playground.
  • "World War Zimmerman" - Seen in the gymnasium and in the playground.
  • "The Hobbit" - Seen on the playground.
  • "Gluten Free Ebola" - Seen at the boys' party.
  • "The Cissy" - Seen listening to Lorde as one of Carol's daughters and in the gymnasium.
  • "Grounded Vindaloop" - Seen in the hallways.
  • "Stunning and Brave" - Seen walking to the cafeteria meeting with her mother; this is the final time she is shown with light brown hair.
  • "Where My Country Gone?" - Shown in the gym, chatting with her friend, and told to shut up by PC Principal.
  • "You're Not Yelping" - Seen in hallways; background only.
  • "Safe Space" - Shown in the gym, chatting with her friend, and once again told to stop by PC Principal.
  • "Tweek x Craig" - Shown in the gym, this time she stopped chatting after, but still called out by PC Principal during an assembly due to the fact that she was sitting next to her friend. She is then later seen watching Tweek and Craig break up and later sees them as a couple as she walks by and she smiles at them.
  • "Naughty Ninjas" - Shown in the gym, again not chatting, but PC Principal calls her out, as well as called the police. In the closing scene of the episode, she is shown to have some affiliation with PC Principal, apparently being involved in some sort of plot to take over the town.
  • "Sponsored Content" - First speaking role. She is referenced taking the test to determine whether a news story is a piece of real news or an advertisement in disguise. As she talks with Jimmy, Jimmy realizes that she is actually an advertisement herself, and not a person. It is not revealed if she knows she's an ad.
  • "Truth and Advertising" - She pulls an ad for cars to tell Jimmy that the newsmen want to boil her alive. Jimmy helps her escape from the newsmen when she tells him they plan to boil her alive. Despite this, she beats up Jimmy in order to edit the school paper. She later goes to Kyle's house and promises to tell him what is going on.
  • "PC Principal Final Justice" - She tricks Kyle into thinking that PC is the enemy. She is later murdered by PC Principal at the South Park Gun Show, ending her quest to stop the world from being rid of ads.

References[]


Minor Characters from Season Nineteen
200 Pregnant Mexican Women | Asian Girls | Brian Boyant | Canadian Border Wall Guard | Canadian President | Charlotte | Charlotte's Brother | Charlotte's Grandmother | Charlotte's Mother | Charlotte's Sister | Child Labor Force | Classi | David Rodriguez | Demi Lovato | Gigi Hadid | Girl with Pink Coat | Jimmy Fallon | Leslie Meyers | Liza Nelson | Margaret Nelson | Mr. Rodriguez | Mr. Stkrdknmibalz | Mrs. Rodriguez | Newsmen | PC Bros | Reality | SoDoSoPa Ninjas | Steven Seagal | Syrian Refugee Children | Thomas (Charlotte's Father) | Vin Diesel | Weathers | Whole Foods Cashier | Whole Foods Representative | Yelpers

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

South Park students
6th Grader Leader | 6th Grader with Black Hair and Blue Shirt | 6th Grader with Brown Hat | 6th Grader with Cyan Hat | 6th Grader with Dark Blue Shirt | 6th Grader with Green Shirt | 6th Grader with Orange Coat | 6th Grader with Yellow Shirt and Brown Pants | 9th Grader with Purple Shirt | 9th Grader with Red Hood | Alex Glick | Allie Nelson | Annie Knitts | Andrew Sutherland | Ashley | Baahir Hassan Abdul Hakeem | Bartles | Bebe Stevens | Beth | Betsy | Bill Allen | Billy Martin | Billy Miller | Billy Thompson | Blonde-Haired Girl | Bobby Palmer | Boy with Blond Hair | Boy with Brown Hair | Boy with Brown Hair and Red Shirt | Boy with C Cap | Boy with Dark Green Shirt and Glasses | Boy with Olive Shirt and Black Pants | Boy with Red Shirt | Boy with Red Shirt and Blue Pants | Bradley Biggle | Bridon Gueermo | Brimmy | Bully Girls | Butters Stotch | Casey Miller | Christophe | Clyde Donovan | Craig Tucker | Crippled Girl with Brown Hair | Chad Handler | Damien Thorn | David Rodriguez | DogPoo Petuski | Dougie O'Connell | Douglas | Emily | Eric Cartman | Esther | Firkle Smith | Filmore Anderson | Flora Larsen | Fosse McDonald | Francis | Francis (Special Ed) | Gary Harrison | Girl with Blonde Hair | Girl with Pink Coat | Girl with Brown Coat | Gordon Stoltski | Goth Kids | Gregory | Heather Williams | Heidi Turner | Henrietta Biggle | Ike Broflovski | Isla | Jake | Jason White | Jasper | Jenny Simons | Jessie | Jimmy Valmer | Josh Myers | Kal | Karen McCormick | Keifer | Kelly-Ann Barlow | Kelly and Stacy | Kelly Morris | Kelly P. Gardner | Kelly Pinkerton-Tinfurter | Kelly Rutherford-Menskin | Kenny McCormick | Kevin ("Summer Sucks") | Kevin McCormick | Kevin Stoley | Kindergartners | Kindergartner Girl with Brown Pigtails | Kindergartner with Cyan Hood | Kip Drordy | Kyle Broflovski | Larry Feegan | Larry Zewiski | Libby Perkins | Liza Nelson | Lizzy | Lola | Loogie | Louis | Leslie Meyers | Mandy | Marcus Preston | Maria Sanchez | Mark Cotswolds | Meagan Ridley | Michael | Michael (Special Ed) | Mike | Mike Cooper | Mike Makowski | Millie Larsen | Mimsy | Monica Ryland | Nancy | Nate | Nathan | Nelly | Nichole Daniels | Patty Nelson | Pete Melman | Pete | Pete Thelman | Peter Mullen | Pip Pirrip | Rebecca Cotswolds | Red McArthur | Sally Darson | Sally Turner | Samantha Dunskin | Sarah Peterson | Scott Malkinson | Scott Tenorman | Sef Furman | Shauna | Shelley Marsh | Sophie Gray | Stan Marsh | Tall Handicapped Boy with Blond Hair | Tall Handicapped Boy with Brown Hair | Tammy Nelson | Tammy Warner | Terrance Mephesto | Thad Jarvis | The 6th Graders | The 9th Graders | The Boys | The New Kid | The Ugly Kids | Theresa | Thomas | Timmy Burch | Tolkien Black | Trent Boyett | Tommy Edwards | Tommy Turner | Tweek Tweak | Wendy Testaburger | Yao

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