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==Appearance==
 
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The Lollipop King appears as a lollipop with a golden crown and a thin white body. He also wears a short golden cape.
 
The Lollipop King appears as a lollipop with a golden crown and a thin white body. He also wears a short golden cape.
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ImaginationlandPartII09.jpg|[[Snarf]], [[Butters Stotch|Butters]], and the Lollipop King in "[[Imaginationland, Episode II]]".
 
ImaginationlandPartII09.jpg|[[Snarf]], [[Butters Stotch|Butters]], and the Lollipop King in "[[Imaginationland, Episode II]]".
 
ImaginationlandPartIII06.jpg|The Lollipop King in "[[Imaginationland, Episode III]]".
 
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Revision as of 18:25, December 15, 2019

The Lollipop King appeared in the "Imaginationland" trilogy. He is seen along with Snarf escorting Butters to Castle Sunshine, at the request of the Mayor of Imaginationland.

Background

Unlike many other imaginary characters in Imaginationland, the Lollipop King was an original character created for the series, rather than being taken from another franchise.

Appearance

The Lollipop King appears as a lollipop with a golden crown and a thin white body. He also wears a short golden cape.

Trivia

  • In 2012 Exavier Wardlaw sued South Park, claiming that the character is plagiarized from his children's television show, The Lollipop Forest, and is requesting that all (alleged) references to the show removed.[2]

References

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