Walgreens is a retail store that first appears in the Season Thirteen episode, "The Coon". In addition to being mentioned in "Insecurity", it also appears in "A Scause For Applause", "Basic Cable", and "South ParQ Vaccination Special".
In "A Scause For Applause", the townsfolk queue up at Walgreens to have their 'What Would Jesus Do' bracelets removed. They have lost faith in Jesus Christ because he allegedly used a steroid drug to perform miracles.
In "Basic Cable", after Clark Malkinson tells some of his Park County Cable co-workers to pick up supplies to shut down the town's cable, Michael passes by Walgreens and sees that they have a free cholesterol check. He quickly pulls into the Walgreens parking lot, goes inside and waits behind two other people in line.
In "South ParQ Vaccination Special", the store becomes a COVID-19 vaccination site. However, it is parodied as a nightclub with music being played, and the security guard resembling a bouncer, holding a list and denying entrance to non-senior citizens attempting to get in.
- "The Coon" - Seen when The Coon attempts a public appearance.
- "Insecurity" (mentioned)
- "A Scause For Applause" - Seen when the townsfolk have their 'scause' bracelets cut off.
- "Basic Cable" - Seen when Michael decides to get his cholesterol checked instead of picking up supplies from the electronics store.
- "South ParQ Vaccination Special" - Serves as South Park's vaccination center.