List of Recurring South Park Characters

List Of Recurring South Park Characters

The following is a list of recurring characters in the animated television series South Park. This does not include the school children, family members or the school staff.

Read more about List Of Recurring South Park Characters:  Big Gay Al, Darryl Weathers, Dr. Alphonse Mephesto and Kevin, Dr. Doctor, Father Maxi, God, Jesus, Joseph Smith, Loogie, Mayor McDaniels, Mechanic, Moses, Mr. Hankey, Mr. Kitty, Ned Gerblansky, Nellie and Thomas McElroy, Officer Barbrady, Saddam Hussein, Santa, Satan, Scott The Dick, Sergeant Harrison Yates, Skeeter, Sparky The Dog, Terrance and Phillip, Towelie, Tuong Lu Kim, Ugly Bob

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... He returned in the season 15 episode "Royal Pudding", meeting Ike on a bus back to Canada to save the Princess ... Bob joins Ike, Scott and an Inuit duo to rescue the Princess from her kidnapper, Tooth Decay ...

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