When the cast of Yo Gabba Gabba fails at trying to convince Foofa not to show her "strange" on TV, they bring on Sinéad O'Connor as their special guest to try and convince her. She tells Foofa not to sell out her strange to those "corporate bastards". They end up singing a song about not showing your strange on TV, which ends with O'Connor singing about looking for a boyfriend. This attempt also fails.
O'Connor has very short brown hair and brown eyebrows. She wears a maroon colored top, a maroon colored skirt, and black high heel shoes. She has multiple tattoos on her body, including a "B" and a "Q" on her cheeks, a large Jesus tattoo on her chest, and some other tattoos on her arms.
- Her role in the episode is a reference to her real-life criticism of Miley Cyrus' promiscuous public image in 2013, which is what inspired Foofa's role in the episode.
- ""South Park" Taming Strange (TV Episode 2013)". IMDb.com.
|Minor Characters from Season Seventeen|
Aaron Hagen | Alec Baldwin | Anderson Cooper | Cable Company worker | Canadian therapist | Chief Joe | Coach Miles | Cody | Corey Lanskin | DMV workers | Edgar Allan Poe | George R. R. Martin | George Zimmerman | Ginger Cow | Howard Flannigan | Jehovah's Witnesses | Man with brown jacket | Michael's parents | Mr. Biggle | Mr. Hagen | Mrs. Zimmerman | National Security Agency | Nelly's mom | Niles Lawson | Obese woman shopper | Old Cap | Pat Conners | Princess Kenny | Rick | Rick Tellmore | Ryan | Sinéad O'Connor | Steve Ballmer | Tammy Thompson | Terry | Terry's wife | The Sony President | Thompson | Unnamed black vampire | Van Halen | Yo Gabba Gabba