- For other uses, see List of Minor Characters. This list is for minor characters from the seventh season of South Park.
- 1 Agent Tucker
- 2 Alex Glick
- 3 American Association of Retired Persons (AARP)
- 4 Ben Affleck
- 5 Benjamin Franklin
- 6 Bloods
- 7 Chief Runs With Premise
- 8 Christopher Reeve
- 9 Crab People
- 10 Crips
- 11 Faith + 1
- 12 Ferrari
- 13 French Canadian Mime
- 14 Gary Harrison
- 15 Gene Hackman
- 16 Gino
- 17 Harry and Elise Gintz
- 18 Hopkins
- 19 Jason Bell
- 20 Jeff Goldblum
- 21 Jennifer Lopez
- 22 Joozians
- 23 Joseph Smith
- 24 Josh Myers
- 25 Lexus
- 26 Lieutenant Dawson
- 27 Lucy Harris
- 28 Martin Harris
- 29 Mercedes
- 30 Moop
- 31 Mr. Dog
- 32 Mrs. Streibel
- 33 Murphy and Jenkins
- 34 Najix
- 35 Official Messenger Boy
- 36 Premise Running Thin
- 37 Porsche
- 38 Rick the Mountie
- 39 Rob Reiner
- 40 Ryan
- 41 Sarah Peterson
- 42 Streibel Daughters
- 43 Steve
- 44 Thomas Jefferson
- 45 Wise Man
- Main article: Agent Tucker
Agent Tucker appeared in the episode "Lil' Crime Stoppers" as an arch-rival of the boys when they were playing detectives. He and his friends played FBI agents and took over the boys' investigations, pulling "jurisdiction" over them, insisting that the FBI had jurisdiction over detectives.
- Main article: Alex Glick
American Association of Retired Persons (AARP)
- Main article: American Association of Retired Persons (AARP)
The AARP (American Association of Retired Persons) is a group of elderly men and woman who fight by militant means to ensure that the rights of senior citizens are not violated. They appear in the episode "Grey Dawn" when contacted by Marvin Marsh to help the seniors in South Park get their driver's licenses back. However, because of the efficiency of the attack, they planned to take over the whole town.
- Main article: Ben Affleck
- Main article: Benjamin Franklin
Benjamin Franklin is an American founding father and inventor who appears as a member of the Continental Congress in Eric Cartman's flashback to 1776 in the episode "I'm a Little Bit Country". He settles the Congress's dispute over going to war with England by stating that those against the war make the country seem caring and those for the war make the country seem strong.
- Main article: Bloods (Gang)
The Bloods are a real-life street gang who appeared in "Krazy Kripples".
Chief Runs With Premise
- Main article: Chief Runs With Premise
- Main article: Christopher Reeve
Christoper Reeve is an actor and activist for stem cell research who appears in the episode "Krazy Kripples".
- Main article: Crab People
The Crab People appear in the episode "South Park is Gay!", where they attempt to make everyone metrosexual.
- Main article: Crips (Gang)
The Crips are a street gang that appears in the episode "Krazy Kripples". Jimmy Valmer and Timmy Burch join this gang, thinking it was a group of people crippled from birth, unlike Christopher Reeve, whom they despise. The Crips are in a rivalry with the Bloods, but at the end of the episode, Jimmy and Timmy help resolve the conflict and the two gangs get along.
Faith + 1
- Main article: Faith + 1
- Main article: Ferrari
French Canadian Mime
- Main article: French Canadian Mime
- Main article: Gary Harrison
Gary Harrison is a Mormon boy who appears in "All About Mormons".
- Main article: Gene Hackman
Gene Hackman is a former American actor who appears in the episode "Krazy Kripples". He, with the townspeople's support, get a law passed to ban stem cell research, to stop Christopher Reeve from getting to them.
- Main article: Gino
Gino was a drug-dealer and crime boss who appeared in the episode "Lil' Crime Stoppers" as the owner of The Peppermint Hippo. When the boys are caught by a bouncer and brought into his office, Gino first attempts to persuade them into sneaking drugs for them, but then he and his colleagues shoot at them when he realizes they are with the police. After a large shootout, he reveals that he is working with Murphy and Jenkins, two corrupted cops. After Gino states that they will split the pay 50/50, he and Jenkins is killed by Murphy, who wanted to keep the money to himself.
Harry and Elise Gintz
- Main article: Harry and Elise Gintz
Harry and Elise Gintz are Ike Broflovski's birth parents who decide to take back their son from the Broflovski family in the episode "It's Christmas in Canada". They say that the new Canadian Prime Minister has issued a law that allows Canadian parents who gave their children up for adoption to take them back. When Harry and Elise see that Kyle Broflovski has come all the way to Canada and that the new prime minister was actually Saddam Hussein, they return Ike to him.
- Main article: Hopkins
Hopkins is a detective with the Park County Police who appears in the episode "Lil' Crime Stoppers". He is often seen with Murphy and Jenkins, but unlike them he is not corrupt and antagonizing towards the boys, and in fact insists the others be nice to them. When the shootout at The Peppermint Hippo ensues, he, Murphy, and Jenkins are sent in and take part until the mob boss Ginoreveals his connection to Hopkins' colleagues. Suddenly, Murphy and Jenkins turn on Gino, killing him and shooting Hopkins in the shoulder.
- Main article: Jason Bell
Jason Bell is a grocery store clerk who appeared in "Toilet Paper". He sells toilet paper to the boils and is called in later by Officer Barbrady to identify the paper. He asks how anyone could do such horrible things to the paper.
- Main article: Jeff Goldblum
Jeff Goldblum appears in the episode "Cancelled", parodying his role in Independence Day, as the scientist researching alien life forms. He is asked by Chef to take a look at the anal probe in Eric Cartman's ass, which sends out a transmission of data to space. From that, he finds out that the planet Earth is just an intergalactic reality TV show.
- Main article: Jennifer Lopez
Jennifer Lopez appears in the episode "Fat Butt and Pancake Head". After the appearance of new "Jennifer Lopez", the original was fired from her record label. Lopez does not take this well and decides to South Park to kill the one stealing her name. After her boyfriend, Ben Affleck, decides to have a relationship with the new Jennifer Lopez, the original beats the fake and chases her with the intent to kill. She was caught and taken away, later working at La Taco.
- Main article: Joozians
The Joozians are an alien species that appear in the episode "Cancelled" and control all media in the universe. They cancelled the hit show Earth because it has gone over 100 episodes, making it "stale". They don't listen to the boy's attempts to not cancel the show, and instead proceed to take the boys to a restaurant, a topless bar, and a hotel room with a prostitute.
- Main article: Joseph Smith
Joseph Smith is the founder of Mormonism. His tale was told in "All About Mormons".
- Main article: Josh Myers
Josh Myers is an Inmate at the Juvenile hall. He helps Barbrady track down the People who Toilet-Papered Mrs. Streibel's house. He appears to be a parody of Hannibal Lecter, the hairstyles are virtually the same, he has to be kept under maximum security, he psychologically plumbs Officer Barbrady, and at the end, he is strapped to a cart with a special mask to restrain him. He only appeared in one episode, "Toilet Paper".
- Main article: Lexus
- Main article: Lieutenant Dawson
- Main article: Lucy Harris
- Main article: Martin Harris
- Main article: Mercedes
- Main article: Moop
- Main article: Mr. Dog
Mr. Dog is a dog Butters found when he was sent to the dump in "Casa Bonita".
- Main article: Mrs. Streibel
Mrs. Streibel is an art teacher at South Park Elementary and appears in the episode "Toilet Paper". Because the boys do not take art class seriously, she keeps them after class for two hours. This angers the boys, inciting them to toilet paper her house.
Murphy and Jenkins
- Main article: Murphy and Jenkins
Murphy and Jenkins are two corrupt detectives with the Park County Police who appear in the episode "Lil' Crime Stoppers". They are antagonizing towards the boys, saying they are too good to get a "bonus" at the crime scene and mocking their young age. When they and Hopkins are sent in to settle the shootout at The Peppermint Hippo, it is revealed they are partners with the mob boss Gino in the drug business.
- Main article: Najix
Najix is an alien TV producer who appears in the episode "Cancelled". He works for Nerzod Productions and is the main producer for the hit show Earth, which was almost cancelled.
Official Messenger Boy
- Main article: Official Messenger Boy
The Official Messenger Boy was a messenger who appeared in "I'm a Little Bit Country".
Premise Running Thin
- Main article: Premise Running Thin
- Main article: Porsche
Rick the Mountie
- Main article: Rick the Mountie
Rick the Mountie is seen in "It's Christmas in Canada". He has beady eyes, wear a mountie uniform, and his head is pentagon-shaped. He helps the boys travel to Ottawa in order to see the new prime Minister along with the Mime and Steve.
- Main article: Rob Reiner
- Main article: Ryan ("Cartman Sucks")
- Main article: Sarah Peterson
Sarah Peterson is a girl who lost her doll and asked for the help of the boys to find it when they were playing detectives in the episode "Lil' Crime Stoppers". After the boys found the doll at Fosse's house and rescued it from Bill and Fosse, they return it to Sarah, whose mother told the Park County Police of their good deed.
- Main article: Streibel Daughters
- Main article: Steve (Canadian)
Steve is a Canadian fisherman from Newfoundland who appeared in "It's Christmas in Canada".
- Main article: Thomas Jefferson
Thomas Jefferson was the third President of the United States, who appeared in "I'm a Little Bit Country".
- Main article: Wise Man
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