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16th Feb '17 7:23:56 AM ReloadPsi
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* MeaningfulName: Look at the shape of his head. Yeah, there's a reason they don't call him "Scott the Mean Guy."

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* MeaningfulName: Look at the shape of his head. Yeah, there's a reason they don't call him "Scott the Mean Guy."" He might also be a play on the NoTrueScotsman fallacy given his chauvinistic nature and his proclaimation that Terrance and Philip "give other Canadians a bad name!"
12th Feb '17 6:19:41 PM CartmanCheesyPoofs
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A hand puppet that was worn and manipulated by Mr. Garrison. He was temporarily replaced by Mr. Twig from "Summer Sucks" up until "Chef Aid".

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A hand puppet that was worn and manipulated by Mr. Garrison. He was temporarily replaced by Mr. Twig from "Summer Sucks" up until "Chef Aid".
Aid". He was much more prominent in the show's early seasons, but eventually disappeared completely after being replaced by Mr. Slave in "The Death Camp of Tolerance".



* HandPuppet

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* HandPuppetHandPuppet: Served as this for Mr. Garrison.



** TheBusCameBack: Carman forced him to take him out in "201" but he didn't seem particularly into it anymore.

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** TheBusCameBack: Carman Cartman forced him to take him out in "201" but he didn't seem particularly into it anymore.



* BreatherEpisode: "A Million Little Fibers" and "Crippled Summer", two Towelie-centric episodes, aired immediately after "Cartoon Wars" and "200/201", which were controversial even by South Park standards.

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* BreatherEpisode: "A Million Little Fibers" and "Crippled Summer", two Towelie-centric episodes, aired immediately after "Cartoon Wars" and "200/201", which were controversial even by South Park ''South Park'' standards.



* ADayInTheLimelight: "A Million Little Fibers". (Although, in all fairness, the few times Towelie does appear he is usually the focus of the episode.)

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* ADayInTheLimelight: "A Million Little Fibers".Fibers" primarily focuses on Towelie. None of the four main boys appear at all. (Although, in all fairness, the few times Towelie does appear he is usually the focus of the episode.)



* StonersAreFunny

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* StonersAreFunnyStonersAreFunny: Very much so.



* ClapYourHandsIfYouBelieve

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* ClapYourHandsIfYouBelieveClapYourHandsIfYouBelieve: When Kyle shows him to everybody, they only see a lifeless piece of crap. However, once everyone admits that they believe in Mr. Hankey, he automatically comes to life. Thus, he's only visible to those who believe in him.



{{Santa|Claus}}
[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Claus]]. [[PalsWithJesus Jesus' best friend]].

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{{Santa|Claus}}
{{Santa|Claus}} [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Claus]]. [[PalsWithJesus Jesus' best friend]].
11th Feb '17 6:11:35 AM arrgh
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* PutOnABus: Or more accurately put in Mr. Garrison's draw after he got over his sexuality issues [[AnythingThatMoves (for the most part.)]]

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* PutOnABus: Or more accurately put in Mr. Garrison's draw drawer after he got over his sexuality issues [[AnythingThatMoves (for the most part.)]]
8th Feb '17 8:57:20 AM Fretless94
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* HeWhoMustNotBeSeen: After "Super Best Friends", [[spoiler:Muhammad]] became this. Both "200" and "201" revolve around not being able to see him, and when he is on screen, he's completely covered by a censor bar. "201" even went so far as to censor his name. This actually makes him the target of both celebrities and gingers, who want to steal his power to not be made fun of.
7th Feb '17 2:31:28 PM MelancholyUtopia
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* BerserkButton: He ''really' doesn't like Mongolians.

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* BerserkButton: He ''really' ''really'' doesn't like Mongolians.
7th Feb '17 2:30:58 PM MelancholyUtopia
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* BerserkButton: He ''really' doesn't like Mongolians.
7th Feb '17 2:23:44 PM MelancholyUtopia
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* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: He hasn't been seen much for a while.

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* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: He hasn't was more prominent in the earlier seasons of the show. However, he showed up ''over 10 seasons later'' in the "200/201" two-parter to have a notable role again. Ever since, he's been seen much pushed to the background. Trey Parker said this was intentional, as he and Matt Stone stopped finding him funny after a while and didn't care enough to give an in-universe reason for a while.demoting him to extra.
13th Jan '17 12:59:03 PM BrendanRizzo
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## That's probably not an exact quote; if it can be fixed as soon as possible, that would be appreciated.

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## %% That's probably not an exact quote; if it can be fixed as soon as possible, that would be appreciated.



* [[spoiler: TomatoSurprise]]

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* [[spoiler: TomatoSurprise]]TomatoSurprise]]: Turns out that [[spoiler:he's the one with multiple personalities all along]].
* TooCleverByHalf: In "Child Abduction is Not Funny", he keeps setting off Mongolian traps that only work because he expects them to be something else altogether.
8th Jan '17 8:32:51 AM SeptimusHeap
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* MeaningfulName: Look at [[FreudWasRight the shape of his head]]. Yeah, there's a reason they don't call him "Scott the Mean Guy."

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* MeaningfulName: Look at [[FreudWasRight the shape of his head]].head. Yeah, there's a reason they don't call him "Scott the Mean Guy."
29th Dec '16 1:32:52 AM Windrays
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* GoodShepherd: Once he grows past his fundamentalist ways.


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* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: After Season 6, he becomes a genuinely decent and logical person that usually has the best interest of his congregation, especially the kids, at heart.
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