The PC Babies, Riley, Bailey, Harper, River, and Emory, are the children of PC Principal and Strong Woman after they had intercourse in "Splatty Tomato". In episodes, they are used as a device to reference the Snowflake Generation; young adults who are very politically correct and offended easily.
The PC Babies are quintuplets (three boys and two girls) with dirty blonde hair. They all wear Oakley sunglasses with polarized lenses similar to their father.
As their name suggests, the PC Babies have inherited their father's political correctness, albeit to a much greater degree. They have a tendency to cry at anything even slightly offensive, or sometimes for no reason at all.
They are quite intelligent for their age, since they are currently able to walk and say a few words as well being able to walk through South Park without being supervised.
- During "Buddha Box" the group has a mock intro sequence that parodies the 2018 Muppet Babies opening sequence, which is given the idea of a new intro replacing the Tegridy Farms opening used in the first six episodes of Season Twenty-Three.
- All the PC Babies' names (Riley, Bailey, Harper, River and Emory) are gender neutral names, used by both boys and girls.
- "The Problem with a Poo" - Strong Woman struggles to look after them on her own and refuses to allow PC Principal to act as a father figure to them.
- "Buddha Box" - Both parents fall out while the babies protest on their own. Ultimately all become much more of a family albeit in secret.
- "Bike Parade" - One of their songs is heard on the radio. They are later seen at the bike parade with their parents.
- "Band in China" (mentioned only) - Have become a band and got their biopic which made over 100 million USD.
- "Board Girls" - Get upset by gender stereotypes on TV and later hugs PC Principal knowing they grown up.
- "Basic Cable" - Their show appears during the random streaming series scene.
- ""South Park" Basic Cable (TV Episode 2019)". IMDb.com.