(IIRC, I added the bit about his absence originally back in 2011 or so. He's made some more cameos in Season 16b, so it's out-of-date information.)
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Skeeter is a character usually seen in bar scenes. Skeeter is portrayed as a stereotypical redneck, with a strong southern accent. He is first seen in "Cartman's Mom is a Dirty Slut" and first speaks in "Sexual Harassment Panda". He can usually be seen at the bar.



Skeeter on South Park Studios.

He serves on the City Council in "Die Hippie, Die" and in "Night of the Living Homeless". He has led various mobs throughout the series, but generally appears as a background character or regular townee. His most notable appearances include "Free Hat", where he leads the campaign to "free Hat McCullough", and in "I'm a Little Bit Country", where he supports the Iraq War and sings against Randy, who is against the war.

It's implied that he now owns the town bar as it is called Skeeter's Bar and Cocktails, though he has not been seen in it since the name change.

He was seen talking in the Season 13 episode, "Margaritaville", as a member of economy council in the Community Center, and afterwards has been largely quiet, though he has made cameo appearances.


Skeeter is most recognized by his bright pink shirt with pockets and black pants. He has curly orange hair and wears black shoes.



He is frequently seen at the bar, and usually greets people when they enter by saying, "Hey! We don't take kindly to (whoever they are) around here." Then the bartender usually responds, "Now, Skeeter, (he/she/they) ain't hurtin' nobody." Skeeter is typical of the redneck stereotype that is portrayed often throughout the series. He is crude, rude, and violent. Among other things, he is very unintelligent and ignorant.


  • "Sexual Harassment Panda" - Continually states "We don't take kindly..." followed by the person/event that has happened. At the end the bartender tells him, "God dammit Skeeter, shut the hell up."
  • "Cripple Fight" - Skeeter is seen at the bar, saying how Big Gay Al's behavior could affect the kids'.
  • "Free Hat" - Leads the campaign to free Hat McCullogh.
  • "I'm a Little Bit Country" - Skeeter is a pro-war fighter.
  • "Good Times with Weapons" - Skeeter protests Cartman's "display" at the carnival, saying that it will have warped his daughter's fragile mind
  • "Die Hippie, Die" - Seen at the city council meeting and Cartman's explanation of the "Hippie Digger". (cameo)
  • "Mystery of the Urinal Deuce" - Minor speaking role. He talks about how 9/11 and the poop in the urinal was really a conspiracy.
  • "Night of the Living Homeless" - Seen at the city council meeting.
  • "More Crap" - Skeeter is one of the men marveling at the size of Randy's latest crap, and supports him later in the crapping competition.
  • "Margaritaville" - Skeeter is one of the councilors, talking about economic issues meeting in community center, lead by Randy Marsh.
  • "201" (cameo)
  • "Sarcastaball" - Seen at the PTA meeting with all the other parents.
  • "Insecurity" - Seen with the other adult males rallying to get rid of the UPS delivery driver.

The Stick of Truth

Skeeter appears in the Stick of Truth as a quest giver. In the game, it is fully confirmed that he owns the bar now, and he gives the player a quest to kill the rats in the cellar because of health code violations. Despite being labeled a merchant, he does not sell anything. He also states that he doesn't take kindly to children except for the player.


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