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This list is for minor characters from the fifth season of South Park.

The Afghan BoysEdit

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Main article: The Afghan Boys

The Afghan Boys are the boys' Afghan counterparts who appear in the episode, "Osama bin Laden Has Farty Pants". They strongly dislike the United States because of the damage it has done to their country.

Barbara GarthunkEdit

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Main article: Barbara Garthunk

Barbara Garthunk is the receptionist of the South Park Milk Company who appeared in the episode, "How to Eat with Your Butt". She helped Martha and Stephen Thompson find their missing son after they mistook Kenny McCormick's portrait on a milk carton for him.

Carrie Quinn DolanEdit

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Carrie Quinn Dolan appeared in the episode, "Super Best Friends", as George Bush's wife, Laura Bush, the character she played on Trey Parker's and Matt Stone's sitcom, That's My Bush.

Cher and Sonny BonoEdit

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Cher and Sonny Bono appeared with in the episode, "Terrance and Phillip: Behind the Blow", in which they were introducing Terrance and Phillip onto their show. In a parody of their banter from their show, Cher is seen taking shots at Sonny's height and intellect, although in a far more frank, cruel and inaudible manner.

David BlaineEdit

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Main article: David Blaine

David Blaine appeared in the episode, "Super Best Friends" as the leader of the suicide cult religion "Blaintology", the followers of which believe that Blaine's magic tricks are "miracles". When his religion does not get tax-exempt status, he has his followers commit suicide in Washington D.C., until he is stopped by the Super Best Friends.

Donald TrumpEdit

Main article: Donald Trump
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Donald Trump is an American developer. He is one of the select rich and famous people Mr. Garrison invites to view IT on the Season Five episode, "The Entity".

Drew CareyEdit

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Main article: Drew Carey

Drew Carey is a TV show host appeared in "It Hits the Fan".

Ed SullivanEdit

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Ed Sullivan appeared in the episode, "Terrance and Phillip: Behind the Blow", in which he debuted Terrance and Phillip to the American audience.

Enrique IglesiasEdit

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Enrique Iglesias is a Spanish pop-singer. Mr. Garrison sees him singing on television and is inspired by his dancing while creating IT in the Season Five episode, "The Entity".

Fleetwood MacEdit

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Main article: Fleetwood Mac

Fleetwood Mac is a British/American rock band who appeared in "Osama bin Laden Has Farty Pants " where a goat is mistaken to be Stevie Nicks.

Gary ConditEdit

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Main article: Gary Condit

Gary Condit appeared in "Butters' Very Own Episode", in which he joins Butters' parents in searching for Some Puerto Rican Guy, who allegedly had an affair with Chandra Levy.

GeldonEdit

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Main article: Geldon

Geldon is a dragon that rose when the "word of curse" was said enough times in the episode, "It Hits the Fan".

Gloria AllredEdit

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Main article: Gloria Allred

Gloria Allred is an attorney and human rights activist who appears in the episode, "Cripple Fight". She takes Big Gay Al's case of not being able to be in The Mountain Scouts for being a homosexual to the Colorado Supreme Court.

GS-401Edit

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Main article: GS-401

GS-401 is a prototype, weaponized smart towel, developed by Tynacorp, who appeared in "Towelie".

Jack TenormanEdit

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Main article: Jack Tenorman

Jack Tenorman was Scott Tenorman's father who appeared in "Scott Tenorman Must Die". He is revealed in "201" to also be Cartman's father.

Jada Pinkett SmithEdit

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Main article: Jada Pinkett Smith

Jada Pinkett Smith appeared in "Here Comes the Neighborhood", as one of the rich people who move to South Park.

John and Patricia RamseyEdit

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Main article: John and Patricia Ramsey

John and Patricia Ramsey appeared in "Butters' Very Own Episode", in which they join Butters' parents in searching for Some Puerto Rican Guy, who allegedly kidnapped or killed their respective children.

The Knights of Standards and PracticesEdit

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Main article: The Knights of Standards and Practices

The Knights of Standards and Practices are medieval knights sworn to keep curse words to a minimum. They appear in the episode, "It Hits the Fan" when the word "shit" was spoken repeatedly after the show Cop Drama had said it on TV for the first time.

Kobe BryantEdit

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Main article: Kobe Bryant

Kobe Bryant appeared in "Here Comes the Neighborhood", as one of the rich people who move to South Park.

Kyle SchwartzEdit

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Main article: Kyle Schwartz

Kyle Schwartz is Kyle's cousin who appears in "The Entity" when he comes to South Park.

MadonnaEdit

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Main article: Madonna

Madonna is an American musician who appeared in "Kenny Dies".

Martha and Stephen ThompsonEdit

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Main article: Martha and Stephen Thompson

Martha and Stephen Thompson are two individuals with the deformity called Torsonic Polarity Syndrome (TPS), which causes their faces to resemble buttocks. They appear in the episode, "How to Eat with Your Butt" when they see a milk carton with Kenny McCormick's school picture on it, believing it was their son, Tommy.

Mr. FunEdit

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Main article: Mr. Fun

Mr. Fun, pronounced "Foon", is the owner of North Park Funland who appears in the episode, "Cartmanland". When Eric Cartman inherits $1,000,000 from his late grandmother, he decides to buy North Park Funland from Mr. Fun so that he can enjoy it all to himself. Mr. Fun hesitates to give Cartman the park at first because it wasn't doing very well, but when Cartman reveals his true intentions, he yields.

Mr. GrazierEdit

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Main article: Mr. Grazier

Mr. Grazier was the boys' new scoutmaster after their old scoutmaster Big Gay Al was sacked for being a homosexual in the episode, "Cripple Fight". He disciplines the scouts with a military-like attitude, but he also takes naked pictures of them, revealing himself to be a pedophile. He is later caught and arrested by the FBI and his pictures of the boys are shown on the news, prompting the boys' parents to change their minds about homosexuals being in scouts.

Mrs. TenormanEdit

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Main article: Mrs. Tenorman

Mrs. Tenorman was Scott Tenorman's mother who appeared in "Scott Tenorman Must Die".

O.J. SimpsonEdit

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Main article: O.J. Simpson

O.J. Simpson appeared in "Butters' Very Own Episode", in which he joins Butters' parents in searching for Some Puerto Rican Guy, who allegedly killed his wife.

Osama Bin LadenEdit

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Main article: Osama Bin Laden

Osama Bin Laden was the leader of al-Qaeda who was defeated by Cartman in "Osama bin Laden Has Farty Pants".

RadioheadEdit

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Main article: Radiohead

Radiohead is a band that appears in the episode, "Scott Tenorman Must Die". They come to South Park to comfort Scott Tenorman because they believe the letter Eric Cartman sent that said Scott had "ass cancer". However, when they see Scott crying, they insult him and leave, not knowing that he was crying over the death of his parents.

Scott Tenorman Edit

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Main article: Scott Tenorman

Scott Tenorman is a 9th grader who makes a grave mistake by pissing off Eric Cartman in the episode, "Scott Tenorman Must Die". Scott first sells pubes for $10 to Cartman, who thought that made him mature. Cartman tries many times to get his money back from Scott, but he is outsmarted every time and is even publicly humiliated with the "Little Piggy" video. Now he had enough, and devises an elaborate plan that kills Scott's parents and feeds them to their son, whose despair causes his favorite band, Radiohead, to mock him for being a "crybaby".

Snoop DoggEdit

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Main article: Snoop Dogg

Snoop Dogg appeared in "Here Comes the Neighborhood", as one of the rich people who move to South Park.

Will SmithEdit

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Main article: Will Smith

Will Smith appeared in "Here Comes the Neighborhood", as one of the rich people who move to South Park.


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