Memberberries are a sentient fruit first used by Mr. Mackey in his office. Later, Stephen Stotch shows them to Randy Marsh. In "Member Berries", they were introduced by J.J. Abrams when the U.S. Representatives implore him to reboot the national anthem by saying, "We need your memberberries!"
Their main function is to remember pop culture icons, bringing about nostalgic feelings for the supposed good times of the past. Most commonly, they bring up memorable moments and elements from the original Star Wars trilogy.
However, they also make conservative comments, such as remembering when marriage was only between a man and a woman, when there weren't so many Mexicans, and Ronald Reagan.
In "Fort Collins" they seem to be aware of their surroundings as they were seeing a normal memberberry experimented on. They flee from the Marsh household and hold another memberberry hostage with them and throw in Caitlyn Jenner's drink.
They are also seemingly indestructible as one was seen burned by a torch, acid, and electrified with little to no effects. However, they can be squished and eaten.
They appear as normal-looking grapes with faces on each piece and speak in a very high-pitched voice. One memberberry named Tubbs is much bigger than the others and speaks in a lower-pitched voice. Furthermore, there are three old-looking memberberries.
The memberberries are the physical manifestation of the idiom "sour grapes", used to refer to a negative attitude to something because they cannot have it themselves.
At first, they appear to only remember pop culture from the '80s and '90s, mostly Star Wars and the soundtrack “Africa” by Toto, but they are shown to have a different side also remembering conservative and racist ideologies from those decades.
Starting in "Fort Collins", they are shown to be more aware of Randy and Mr. Garrison's attempts on destroying their entire species, and a group consisting of 5 (later 6) memberberries escape the Marsh household, setting off to kill another memberberry by dropping it off into Caitlyn Jenner's drink. The memberberry doesn't show signs of pleading for mercy, as it says "That's okay, I 'member!" before being dropped into the drink. Judging by this, the memberberries are fine with death just as long as they'll be eaten.
Though, a group of elderly Memberberries seem to want everyone to remember about the violent times in history like the German WW I Stormtroopers.
South Park (TV series)
- 'Member Chewbacca?
- 'Member AT-ATs?
- 'Member Ghostbusters?
- 'Member Slimer?
- 'Member Spock?
- 'Member tricorders?
- 'Member Bionic Man?
- 'Member the Millennium Falcon?
- 'Member when there weren't so many Mexicans?
- 'Member when marriage was just between a man and a woman?
- 'Member feeling safe?
- 'Member no ISIS?
- 'Member Reagan?
- 'Member the Cantina?
- 'Member Star Destroyers?
- 'Member Tattooine?
- 'Member the torture droid?
- 'Member Goonies?
- 'Member Chunk?
- 'Member the trash compactor?
- 'Member the 80s?
- 'Member the 90s?
- 'Member the Dagobah System?
- 'Member Yoda?
- 'Member Corellian Corvette?
- 'Member Lando Calrissian?
- 'Member Tauntauns?
- 'Member Mos Eisley?
- 'Member the Rancor?
- 'Member Sand People?
- 'Member Bespin?
- 'Member Wedge?
- 'Member Mon Mothma?
- 'Member the rebel transports?
- 'Member the Death Star blowing up Alderaan?
- 'Member the Cloud City?
- 'Member IG-88, the bounty hunter droid?
- 'Member Jabba the Hut?
- 'Member the Battle of Endor?
- 'Member the Ewok village?
- 'Member when Han shot Greedo?
- 'Member the Tantive IV?
- 'Member The Fugitive?
- 'Member Aliens?
- 'Member snowspeeders?
- 'Member not hearing?
- 'Member the Invasion of Hoth?
- 'Member "You rebel scum!"?
- 'Member the Death Star?
- 'Member cutting open Tauntauns?
- 'Member The Force?
- 'Member McGy-? (Most likely was supposed to be McGyver.)
- 'Member the Cold War?
- 'Member Stormtroopers? (Also referencing the real-life Stormtroopers.)
South Park: The Fractured but Whole
- 'Member when Morgan Freeman was God?
- 'Member when Christians cared about the sick and the poor?
- 'Member Capri Sun?
- 'Member Toucan Sam?
- 'Member Snail Mail?
- 'Member writing in cursive?
- 'Member the Wonder Twins?
- 'Member when Wonder Woman had an invisible jet?
- 'Member Passion of the Christ?
- 'Member when Sinbad played a genie in Shazam? (Actually Shaquille O'Neal in Kazaam.)
- 'Member The Rockford Files?
- 'Member Lawrence Welk?
- 'Member when Superman movies weren't so depressing?
- 'Member when Batman's Batsuit had nipples?
- 'Member Ceti Alpha Five?
- 'Member collecting all 120 stars in Super Mario 64?
- 'Member Chun-Li's thighs?
- 'Member Trapper Keepers?
- 'Member assaulting the school in the last game?
- 'Member You Can't Do That On Television?
- 'Member when Canada was like an old-school RPG?
- 'Member when Captain Kirk went back to the Wild West, but it was all in his mind?
- 'Member when Commander Riker was like, a huge stud?
- 'Member when Mintberry Crunch banished Cthulhu to another dimension?
- 'Member the zombies from the last game?
- 'Member when that fat wizard threw the Stick into Stark's Pond?
- 'Member when Douchebag gave Randy Marsh an abortion?
- "Member Berries" - Seen being eaten by Randy Marsh and Mr Mackey.
- "Skank Hunt" - Mr. Mackey is seen enjoying them, until Scott Malkinson frantically enters Mackey's office.
- "The Damned" – Seen as an ingredient in a pie as well as whole fruits.
- "Wieners Out" – Overheard in a man's shirt pocket, and the man squishes them.
- "Douche and a Danish" - Seen blamed for society's want for Mr. Garrison to become president.
- "Fort Collins" - Seen getting Caitlyn Jenner to eat a Member berry: a gang of memberberries escapes from Randy's house and takes a hostage memberberry with them. They kill their hostage by pushing him off the shelf of a bar into Caitlyn Jenner's martini.
- "Oh, Jeez" - Seen as vomit, when people throw up to "infect" others.
- "Members Only" - Seen at their private club, and then going to the White House to have a party. Then a group of elderly Memberberries appear and shot the leader of the gang and wants everyone to remember about the German Stormtroopers.
- "The End of Serialization as We Know It" - Seen standing in formation in the Oval Office.
- "Put It Down" - Seen in a very brief cameo when Cartman and Heidi are trying to raise awareness against suicide.
- "Doubling Down" - Seen on a shelf in the Oval Office, "membering" how President Garrison said he would fuck everyone to death.