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- Main article: Alana Thompson
Alana Thompson, or strongly known as Honey Boo Boo is an overweight, blonde girl who appeared in "Raising the Bar", where it is stated she had three heart attacks, one of them taking place during a beauty pageant. Her heart eventually stopped and she got it replaced with a pig's heart. She was rivals with Eric Cartman.
Ambassador of HumansEdit
- Main article: Ambassador of Humans
The Ambassador of Humans appeared in "Faith Hilling" and was sent to attempt to communicate with the Talking Cat. His interpretation of the cat's vocalizations led him to believe that cats would continue evolving, declare war on humans, and that humans and cats could not coexist.
- Main article: Belarus Farmers
The Belarus Farmers are a small group of farmers who appeared in "A Scause For Applause". They are seen attempting to prevent the Belarus Government from taking over and developing their land. While Jesus talks to the press, the farmers are killed in the background.
- Main article: Bigfoot Researchers
Boy with Brown HairEdit
- Main article: Boy with Brown Hair
The Boy with the Brown Hair appeared in "Faith Hilling". He and his friends were seen seen in front of Café Monet performing memes. They initially expressed disagreement with the boys, who wanted to maintain "Faith Hilling".
Boy with Green CoatEdit
- Main article: Boy with Green Coat
The Boy with the Green Coat appeared in "Faith Hilling" and his friends were seen taking photos of him in front of Café Monet "Taylor Swifting". He was later seen encouraging Stan Marsh to perform a combination of two other memes in front of the same café.
- Main article: Brad Paisley
Brad Paisley is an American musician who appeared in "Cartman Finds Love", where he sings the "The Star Spangled Banner" before the basketball game. He also sang "I Swear" in a duet with Eric Cartman.
Bucky Bailey's Bully BuckersEdit
- Main article: Bucky Bailey's Bully Buckers
Bucky Bailey's Bully Buckers is an organization that fights against bullying. It appeared in "Butterballs", where they organized an assembly at South Park Elementary about the harm of bullying. They later sponsored Stan Marsh's music video, "Make Bullying Kill Itself".
Cee Lo GreenEdit
- Main article: Cee Lo Green
- Main article: Dean
Dean is the host of J&G Shopping Network, who appeared in "Cash For Gold". In the episode, he sold overpriced jewelry on his show.
In the end, he commits suicide on air, by a gunshot to the temple. It was an extremely bloody death, as blood was seen covering his counter and products.
Dr. Mehmet OzEdit
- Main article: Dr. Mehmet Oz
Doctor Oz appeared in "Butterballs", where he was seen interviewing Stan Marsh and Butters Stotch about "Make Bullying Kill Itself". After making Butters angry, he is attacked and beaten up by him on his show.
- Main article: Elvis Presley
- Main article: Grandma Stotch
Grandma Stotch is one of Butters' grandmothers. She appeared in "Butterballs", where she bullied him constantly. After Butters gains the courage to stand up to her after attacking Dr. Oz, he tells her that she will die being the bully that she is and he will keep living happily.
- Main article: General Tso
General Tso is a Chinese general who appeared in "Obama Wins!", where he helped ensure Barack Obama's re-election. His name is a reference to General Tso's chicken, a popular Chinese dish in North America.
Hoffman and Turk AttorneyEdit
- Main article: Hoffman and Turk Attorney
The Attorney from Hoffman and Turk Law Offices appeared in "Reverse Cowgirl", where he performed a "sue-ance", in order to try to sue the inventor of the toilet.
- Main article: Hummer Salesman
The Hummer Salesman appeared in "Obama Wins!" and was seen trying unsuccessfully to sell his Hummer vehicles. When the boys, General Tso, and the Park County Police Force visit his dealership, he becomes over excited at the perceived sales rush.
- Main article: James Cameron
James Cameron is an American film director, and explorer, who appeared in "Raising the Bar", where he attempted to 'raise the bar'. On his way, he fought Randy Newman. Once the bar was raised, he ended the Honey Boo Boo fad.
- Main article: June Shannon
June Shannon is the mother of Alana Thompson and she appeared briefly in "Raising the Bar", where she was seen having Alana's heart replaced with a pig's heart.
- Main article: Lorraine
Luke Covina and Maria SanchezEdit
Luke Covina and Maria Sanchez appeared in "Cartman Finds Love", where they were seen playing together on the playground at South Park Elementary. Stan Marsh notes that they are in a relationship together because they were locked in the gymnasium overnight. It is implied that Eric Cartman was responsible for it.
Michael (zipline guide)Edit
- Main article: Michael (zipline guide)
Michael appeared in "I Should Have Never Gone Ziplining", where he was seen hosting the ziplining tour group that the boys participated in. During the tour, Michael was responsible for sending guests down the zipline. He also provided the history and background of various objects, such as a tree and a creek.
- Main article: Mr. Billings
- Main article: Nick Jabs
Nick Jabs appeared in "Butterballs", where he was seen bullying the spokesperson for Bucky Bailey's Bully Buckers. After Butters Stotch attacks Dr. Oz, Jabs becomes angry at Stan Marsh for Butters' incident.
He was later bullied by Jesus Christ and, as a result of the criticism surrounding the controversy behind Butters' incident, he backed out of Stan's video.
Pharaoh of EgyptEdit
- Main article: Pharaoh of Egypt
The Pharaoh of Egypt appeared in "Jewpacabra", where he was seen in a dream Eric Cartman had about Ancient Egypt. He was the ruler of Egypt during the events of Passover and was passive about the plagues affecting Egypt during Cartman's dream.
- Main article: Professor Lamont
Professor Lamont was a guest instructor at South Park Elementary. He specializes in memes and the safety behind using them. He appeared in "Faith Hilling", where he was seen educating the class about the dangers of memes.
- Main article: Randy Newman
Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum, and Ron Paul are United States politicians who appeared in "Faith Hilling" as the Republican presidential candidates participating in the Colorado Republican Debate. Upon conclusion of the episode, Ron Paul was replaced by a Talking Cat for the final debate.
- Main article: Roger Goodell
Sir John HaringtonEdit
- Main article: Sir John Harington
Sir John Harington was a writer as well as the inventor of the modern flush toilet. He appeared in "Reverse Cowgirl", where he bursted into the courtroom as the attorney, from Hoffman and Turk Law Offices, performed the "sue-ance".
- Main article: Talking Cat
The Talking Cat appeared in "Faith Hilling", where it was the cause behind the "Oh Long Johnson" meme. He was made famous by a YouTube video and footage from that video was used in the episode.
- Main article: Thad ("Insecurity")
Thad is a UPS truck delivery truck driver and appeared in "Insecurity". Randy Marsh, and the other fathers, mistakenly believed he was having sex with their wives. After receiving so much negative attention, Thad committed suicide by jumping out of Kyle Broflovski's window.
The Redbox KillersEdit
- Main article: The Redbox Killers
The Redbox Killers appeared in "A Nightmare on Face Time", where they were seen at Kum & Go attempting to rob a Redbox vending machine. After being thwarted by the boys, the Redbox Killers kidnap Kyle's iPad, with Stan on Face Time, and threw it into a field.
Toilet Safety AdministrationEdit
- Main article: Toilet Safety Administration
The Toilet Safety Administration is a fictional government agency parodying the Transportation Security Administration. They appeared in "Reverse Cowgirl", where they were seen providing excessive security around toilets in South Park.
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