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|image = Paul-watson1.png
|image = [[File:Paul Watson.JPG|165]]
 
 
|name = Paul Franklin Watson
 
|name = Paul Franklin Watson
 
|gender = Male
 
|gender = Male
 
|hair = White
 
|hair = White
 
|birthday = December 2, 1950
 
|birthday = December 2, 1950
|age = 59
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|died = "[[Whale Whores]]" (alive in real life)
|job = Activist
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|age = {{age|1950|12|2}}<ref>{{cite web|url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Watson|title=Paul Watson - Wikipedia}}</ref>
|religion = Unknown
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|job = Animal Rights Activist
|voice = [[Trey Parker]]
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|voice = [[Trey Parker]]<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1535839/|title="South Park" Whale Whores (TV episode 2009)|publisher=IMDb.com}}</ref>
 
|appearance = "[[Whale Whores]]"
 
|appearance = "[[Whale Whores]]"
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|wikipedia = [[Wikipedia:Paul Watson|Paul Watson]]
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|final = "[[201]]"}}
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'''Paul Watson''' is a Canadian animal rights activist, appearing as Captain of the "Sea Shepherd" in the episode "[[Whale Whores]]". He is up against the Japanese, who have been killing dolphins and whales. The person he is based on in real life, hosts a television show of his own, called ''[[Wikipedia:Whale Wars|Whale Wars]]''.
   
|last = "[[201]]"
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==Background==
}}{{PAGENAME}}''' is a Canadian fighter for animal rights. He is shown in an episode "[[Whale Whores]]" as a captain of the ship "Sea Shepherd" fighting against [[Japan]]ese killing dolphins and whales in his TV show "Whale Wars" (real world TV show).
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In a parody of his controversial methods, involving the misrepresentation of events, to deceive the audience, Watson is depicted as an idiotic, glory-hound in search of getting attention for his show in the most pathetic means possible. When faced with an actual Japanese whaling ship, he suggests that they beat themselves up, in order to lie about being attacked. He also suggests that the crew throw rancid butter at the Japanese ship. After the butter is thrown, Watson is killed when a harpoon, shot from the Japanese ship, goes through his head, pinning him to the wall. This caused [[Stan Marsh]] to step up and take over command of the ship. Stan then shoots the Japanese boat's fuel supply with a flare gun, thus blowing it up and causing it to sink. Stan's more proactive approach to anti-whaling made him a more popular TV persona than Paul Watson.
   
Mocking his controversial methods of lying to his audience, Watson is depicted as an idiotic glory-hound in search of getting attention for his shown in the most pathetic means possible. When faced with an Japanese Whaling ship, he suggests that they beat themselves up and lying about being attacked, or throw rancid butter at the Japanese ship. He is then killed when a harpoon goes through his head, pinning him to the wall, causing [[Stan]] to step up and take over the ship. Stan shoots the Japanese boat's fuel supply with a flare gun, blowing it up. Stan's more proactive approach make him more popular and competent than Watson.
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Watson later appeared in episodes "[[200]]" and "[[201]]" alive, as part of the group of celebrities filing a class action lawsuit against [[South Park (Location)|South Park]].
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==Appearance==
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Paul Watson is grossly overweight. He wears olive colored cargo pants, black boots, a black belt, and a black hoodie sweater with a white skull design. He has white hair and a white mustache. Due to his weight, his blood flow is inhibited, causing redness on his nose and cheeks.
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
Despite being a Canadian, he was not depicted like one, as with other Canadians in ''[[South Park]]''. Instead of having an egg-shapped flapping head like, for example [[Ike Broflovski]], he is fully defined with a normal head. This also happened to Tom Green, Alanis Morrisette and "Star Wars Kid".
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Despite being a Canadian, he was not depicted like other Canadians in ''[[South Park]]''. Instead of having an egg-shaped flapping head like, for example [[Ike Broflovski]], he is fully defined with a normal head. The same applies to [[Tom Green]], Alanis Morissette, "[[Star Wars Kid]]", [[Justin Bieber]] and [[James Cameron]].
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==Prominence==
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*"[[Whale Whores]]"
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*"[[200]]"
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*"[[201]]"
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==References==
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{{reflist}}
   
 
{{Minor characters Season Thirteen}}
 
{{Minor characters Season Thirteen}}
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{{TelevisionCelebrities}}
 
[[Category:Canadians]]
 
[[Category:Canadians]]
[[Category:Minor characters]]
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[[Category:Characters voiced by Trey Parker]]
[[Category:Deceased Characters]]
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[[Category:Adult characters]]
 
[[Category:Male characters]]
 
[[Category:Male characters]]
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[[Category:Minor characters]]
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[[Category:Celebrities]]
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[[Category:200 and 201 Celebrities]]
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[[Category:Overweight Characters]]
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[[Category:Characters]]
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[[Category:Revived Characters]]
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[[Category:Television Celebrities]]
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[[Category:Elderly People]]

Latest revision as of 00:09, February 10, 2019

Paul Watson is a Canadian animal rights activist, appearing as Captain of the "Sea Shepherd" in the episode "Whale Whores". He is up against the Japanese, who have been killing dolphins and whales. The person he is based on in real life, hosts a television show of his own, called Whale Wars.

BackgroundEdit

In a parody of his controversial methods, involving the misrepresentation of events, to deceive the audience, Watson is depicted as an idiotic, glory-hound in search of getting attention for his show in the most pathetic means possible. When faced with an actual Japanese whaling ship, he suggests that they beat themselves up, in order to lie about being attacked. He also suggests that the crew throw rancid butter at the Japanese ship. After the butter is thrown, Watson is killed when a harpoon, shot from the Japanese ship, goes through his head, pinning him to the wall. This caused Stan Marsh to step up and take over command of the ship. Stan then shoots the Japanese boat's fuel supply with a flare gun, thus blowing it up and causing it to sink. Stan's more proactive approach to anti-whaling made him a more popular TV persona than Paul Watson.

Watson later appeared in episodes "200" and "201" alive, as part of the group of celebrities filing a class action lawsuit against South Park.

AppearanceEdit

Paul Watson is grossly overweight. He wears olive colored cargo pants, black boots, a black belt, and a black hoodie sweater with a white skull design. He has white hair and a white mustache. Due to his weight, his blood flow is inhibited, causing redness on his nose and cheeks.

TriviaEdit

Despite being a Canadian, he was not depicted like other Canadians in South Park. Instead of having an egg-shaped flapping head like, for example Ike Broflovski, he is fully defined with a normal head. The same applies to Tom Green, Alanis Morissette, "Star Wars Kid", Justin Bieber and James Cameron.

ProminenceEdit

ReferencesEdit


Minor Characters from Season Thirteen
Annie | Ashley | Billy Mays | Carlos Mencia | Ellen DeGeneres | Intergalactic Police | Jonas Brothers | Kanye West | Kevern Zaksor | Mickey Mouse | Mysterion | Paul Watson | Queef Sisters | Sally Darson | Samantha Dunskin | Tammy Warner

See Also: List of Minor Characters from Season Thirteen | Season Thirteen


Television Celebrities
Alana ThompsonBenny HillBill O'ReillyBilly MaysBob SagetCaitlyn JennerCarlos MenciaCarrot TopCesar MillanChris HansenConan O'BrienDavid BlaineDavid DuchovnyDavid LettermanDon KingDr. Mehmet OzDrew CareyEllen DeGeneresGary ColemanGeraldo RiveraGhost HuntersGigi HadidHenry WinklerJay LenoJennifer Love HewittJim CarreyJimmy FallonJimmy KimmelJimmy StewartJo FrostJoe and Teresa GiudiceJohn D'AquinoJohn WalshJohnny KnoxvilleJune ShannonKardashiansKathie Lee GiffordKristen MillerKurt LoderLarry KingMartha StewartMatt LauerMaury PovichMax WeinbergMichael LandonMike SorrentinoMike ThompsonMr. TOprah WinfreyParis HiltonPat O'BrienPat SajakPatrick DuffyPaul WatsonQueer Eye for the Straight GuyRob ReinerRon ZappoloRosie O'DonnellSally StruthersShari LewisSnookiStella ReidSteve IrwinTed KoppelTina YothersTony DanzaVanna WhiteWalter CronkiteWendy WilliamsWolf BlitzerYasmine BleethYvonne Finnerty
More Information: Television Celebrities
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