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* OnlySaneMan: In "Imaginationland", he is the only kid who seems to care more about how obsessed Cartman is with Kyle sucking his (Cartman's) balls rather than Kyle's refusal to do it

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* OnlySaneMan: In "Imaginationland", he is the only kid who seems to care more about how obsessed Cartman is with Kyle sucking his (Cartman's) balls rather than Kyle's refusal to do itit.
* PluckyComicRelief: He considers himself to be this with his passion for stand-up comedy.


* LadyKiller: All the girls at school have a crush on him because he's seen ''Film/HighSchoolMusical'' over 100 times and is thus really good at singing and dancing.

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* LadyKiller: [[TheCasanova [=LadyKiller=]]]: All the girls at school have a crush on him because he's seen ''Film/HighSchoolMusical'' over 100 times and is thus really good at singing and dancing.


* AscendedExtra: Originally the most silent of the recurring female classmates, but began getting more of a speaking role starting with the sixth season. She even appears as an unlockable character in the Xbox Live ''South Park'' game ''Let's Go Tower Defense Play!''

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* AscendedExtra: Originally the most silent of the recurring female classmates, but began getting more of a speaking role starting with the sixth season. She even appears as an unlockable character in the Xbox Live ''South Park'' game ''Let's Go Tower Defense Play!''Play! and gets her own character cards in ''VideoGame/SouthParkPhoneDestroyer'', with one of them being a Legendary.


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* OnlyOneName: She is only known as Red. Her surname has yet to be revealed.


* AscendedExtra: In ''VideoGame/SouthParkPhoneDestroyer'', [=DogPoo=] (among other [[NonPlayerCharacter NPCs]] from the [[VideoGame/SouthParkTheStickOfTruth previous]] [[VideoGame/SouthParkTheFracturedButWhole games]]) is PromotedToPlayable as a character card the New Kid can use to summon him through their phone to help fend off enemy characters.


* AmbiguouslyBrown: In "Pandemic," Craig is said to be of Peruvian descent. Genetically speaking, the phenotype for black hair is not possible for Craig given the alleles represented by his parents, (who have blond and red hair), which has lead many to assume that Craig was adopted from Peru. This possibility has been acknowledged on the official South Park twitter page.


* AmbiguouslyBrown: In "Pandemic," Craig is said to be of Peruvian descent. Genetically speaking, the phenotype for black hair is not in line with the alleles represented by his parents, who have blond and red hair, which has lead many to assume that Craig was adopted from Peru, a possibility that was acknowledged on the official South Park twitter page.

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* AmbiguouslyBrown: In "Pandemic," Craig is said to be of Peruvian descent. Genetically speaking, the phenotype for black hair is not in line with possible for Craig given the alleles represented by his parents, who (who have blond and red hair, hair), which has lead many to assume that Craig was adopted from Peru, a Peru. This possibility that was has been acknowledged on the official South Park twitter page.

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* AmbiguouslyBrown: In "Pandemic," Craig is said to be of Peruvian descent. Genetically speaking, the phenotype for black hair is not in line with the alleles represented by his parents, who have blond and red hair, which has lead many to assume that Craig was adopted from Peru, a possibility that was acknowledged on the official South Park twitter page.


* CasanovaWannabe: As part of his DirtyKid characterization, he tends to try and flirt with girls even when they're clearly not interested. Common targets include [[{{Expy}} the Raisins Girls.]] [[VideoGame/SouthParkTheFracturedButWhole (who do show an interest, but only so they can take his money)]] and [[Characters/SouthParkWendyTestaburger Wendy]] in the Video Games.

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* CasanovaWannabe: As part of his DirtyKid characterization, he tends to try and flirt with girls even when they're clearly not interested. Common targets include [[{{Expy}} the Raisins Girls.]] Girls]] [[VideoGame/SouthParkTheFracturedButWhole (who do show an interest, but only so they can take his money)]] and [[Characters/SouthParkWendyTestaburger Wendy]] in the Video Games.


* CasanovaWannabe: As part of his DirtyKid characterization, he tends to try and flirt with girls even when they're clearly not interested. Common targets include [[{{Expy}} the Raisins Girls.]] Other examples include flirting with [[Characters/SouthParkWendyTestaburger Wendy]] in the Video Games.

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* CasanovaWannabe: As part of his DirtyKid characterization, he tends to try and flirt with girls even when they're clearly not interested. Common targets include [[{{Expy}} the Raisins Girls.]] Other examples include flirting with [[VideoGame/SouthParkTheFracturedButWhole (who do show an interest, but only so they can take his money)]] and [[Characters/SouthParkWendyTestaburger Wendy]] in the Video Games.



** In ''[[VideoGame/SouthParkTheFracturedButWhole The Fractured But Whole]]'', he even flirts with Wendy's superhero persona [[PlayfulHacker Call Girl]] as [[PestController Mosquito]], which annoys [[GadgeteerGenius Toolshed]] ([[Characters/SouthParkStanMarsh AKA Stan Marsh]]), and Call Girl herself.[[VideoGame/SouthParkTheFracturedButWhole (who do show an interest, but only so they can take his money)]] and Wendy.

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** In ''[[VideoGame/SouthParkTheFracturedButWhole The Fractured But Whole]]'', he even flirts with Wendy's superhero persona [[PlayfulHacker Call Girl]] as [[PestController Mosquito]], which annoys [[GadgeteerGenius Toolshed]] ([[Characters/SouthParkStanMarsh AKA Stan Marsh]]), and Call Girl herself.[[VideoGame/SouthParkTheFracturedButWhole (who do show an interest, but only so they can take his money)]] and Wendy.


* CasanovaWannabe: As part of his DirtyKid characterization, he tends to try and flirt with girls even when they're clearly not interested. Common targets include [[{{Expy}} the Raisins Girls.]] Other examples include flirting with [[Characters/SouthParkWendyTestaburger Wendy]].

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* CasanovaWannabe: As part of his DirtyKid characterization, he tends to try and flirt with girls even when they're clearly not interested. Common targets include [[{{Expy}} the Raisins Girls.]] Other examples include flirting with [[Characters/SouthParkWendyTestaburger Wendy]].Wendy]] in the Video Games.


* CasanovaWannabe: As part of his DirtyKid characterization, he tends to try and flirt with girls even when they're clearly not interested. Common targets include [[{{Expy}} the Raisins Girls.]] Other examples include flirting with [Characters/SouthParkWendyTestaburger Wendy]].

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* CasanovaWannabe: As part of his DirtyKid characterization, he tends to try and flirt with girls even when they're clearly not interested. Common targets include [[{{Expy}} the Raisins Girls.]] Other examples include flirting with [Characters/SouthParkWendyTestaburger [[Characters/SouthParkWendyTestaburger Wendy]].


* CasanovaWannabe: As part of his DirtyKid characterization, he tends to try and flirt with girls even when they're clearly not interested. Common targets include [[{{Expy}} the Raisins Girls]] [[VideoGame/SouthParkTheFracturedButWhole (who do show an interest, but only so they can take his money)]] and Wendy.

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* CasanovaWannabe: As part of his DirtyKid characterization, he tends to try and flirt with girls even when they're clearly not interested. Common targets include [[{{Expy}} the Raisins Girls]] Girls.]] Other examples include flirting with [Characters/SouthParkWendyTestaburger Wendy]].
** In ''[[VideoGame/SouthParkPhoneDestroyer Phone Destroyer]]'' he flirts with Wendy over texts, trying to woo her away from Stan and trash-talking the latter, because she was staring at him. Wendy states it's because Clyde had mustard stains on him.
** In ''[[VideoGame/SouthParkTheFracturedButWhole The Fractured But Whole]]'', he even flirts with Wendy's superhero persona [[PlayfulHacker Call Girl]] as [[PestController Mosquito]], which annoys [[GadgeteerGenius Toolshed]] ([[Characters/SouthParkStanMarsh AKA Stan Marsh]]), and Call Girl herself.
[[VideoGame/SouthParkTheFracturedButWhole (who do show an interest, but only so they can take his money)]] and Wendy.



* DirtyKid:

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* DirtyKid:DirtyKid: Next to [[Characters/SouthParkKennyMcCormick Kenny]], Clyde is just as perverted as Kenny himself.



** In ''[[VideoGame/SouthParkPhoneDestroyer Phone Destroyer]]'' he flirts with Wendy over texts, trying to woo her away from Stan and trash-talking the latter, because she was staring at him. Wendy states it's because Clyde had mustard stains on him.
** In ''[[VideoGame/SouthParkTheFracturedButWhole The Fractured But Whole]]'', he even flirts with Wendy's superhero persona [[PlayfulHacker Call Girl]] as [[PestController Mosquito]], which annoys [[GadgeteerGenius Toolshed]] ([[Characters/SouthParkStanMarsh AKA Stan Marsh]]), and Call Girl herself.
* TheDitz: Not exactly the smartest guy.

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** In ''[[VideoGame/SouthParkPhoneDestroyer Phone Destroyer]]'' he flirts with Wendy over texts, trying to woo her away from Stan and trash-talking the latter, because she was staring at him. Wendy states it's because Clyde had mustard stains on him.
** In ''[[VideoGame/SouthParkTheFracturedButWhole The Fractured But Whole]]'', he even flirts with Wendy's superhero persona [[PlayfulHacker Call Girl]] as [[PestController Mosquito]], which annoys [[GadgeteerGenius Toolshed]] ([[Characters/SouthParkStanMarsh AKA Stan Marsh]]), and Call Girl herself.
* TheDitz: Not exactly the smartest guy.guy, as proven by his BookDumb character.



** But in "Weight Gain 4000" he doesn't know that he's supposed to be dressed as an Indian (Native American) for the South Park play despite having a feather on his head and has to ask Mr. Garrison for confirmation.

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** But in In "Weight Gain 4000" he doesn't know that he's supposed to be dressed as an Indian (Native American) for the South Park play despite having a feather on his head and has to ask Mr. Garrison for confirmation.



* KidsAreCruel: May be a subversion. He appears to be one of the nicer kids in the class (ex: "Lice Capades"), and the few times he ''is'' cruel is either by an accident or [[InnocentlyInsensitive when he really does not know he's being such]] (e.g. "The List").His crack baby stint and making fun of Lisa Bergerís weight are different scales of cruel but should be mentioned. It only makes him more well-rounded and interesting.
** Though he and Red were the only kids shown to be unfazed by the murder of a student during the morning announcements, it's possible he simply didn't understand what was happening.
** He is also the boy who comes up with the idea of destroying all of Cartman's electronic devices in "Skank Hunt". Subverted in that he and the others believed that Cartman was the troll targeting the girls at their school (which was starting a rift between the two genders) and the fact that he becomes visibly uncomfortable when Cartman begins begging for his friends not to destroy his devices.
* LovableJock: Heís a charming and funny kid who loves sports and is very good at them, such as basketball, hockey, soccer, and baseball, [[Recap/SouthParkS9E5TheLosingEdge though he hates baseball just as much as the other boys do]].

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* KidsAreCruel: May be a subversion. He appears Zig-Zagged at times. He's shown to be one of the nicer nicest kids in the fourth grade class (ex: "Lice Capades"), and the few times he ''is'' cruel is either by an accident or [[InnocentlyInsensitive when he really does not know he's being such]] (e.g. "The List"). His crack baby stint with Cartman and making fun of Lisa Bergerís Berger's weight are different scales of cruel but should be mentioned. It only makes him more well-rounded and interesting.
interesting. Other examples:
** Though he He and Red were the only kids shown to be unfazed by the murder of a student during the morning announcements, it's possible he simply didn't understand what was happening.
** He is also the boy who comes up with the idea of destroying all of Cartman's electronic devices in "Skank Hunt". Subverted in that he and the others believed that Cartman was the troll targeting the girls at their school (which was starting a rift between the two genders) genders, eventually leading to a gender war) and the fact that he becomes visibly uncomfortable when Cartman begins begging for his friends not to destroy his devices.
* LovableJock: Heís a charming sweet and funny kid who loves sports and is very good at them, such as basketball, hockey, soccer, and baseball, [[Recap/SouthParkS9E5TheLosingEdge though he hates baseball just as much as the other boys do]].



* ShipperOnDeck: If being the only boy seen walking to the yaoi art show of Tweek and Craig with a smile on his face is an indication.

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* ShipperOnDeck: If being the only boy seen walking to the yaoi Asian girls' art show exhibit of Tweek and Craig yaoi with a smile on his face is an indication.


One of the 4th graders who attends South Park Elementary. It's implied that he has bad behavior, and is referred to as "The biggest troublemaker" in his class by Eric Cartman in "Tweek vs. Craig". He also has a habit of flipping people off, whether to express disdain toward them or not. Acts as the leader of a rival group to The Boys at times, usually consisting of himself, Token, Clyde, and Jimmy (or Tweek).

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One of the 4th graders who attends South Park Elementary. It's implied that he has bad behavior, and is referred to as "The biggest troublemaker" in his class by Eric Cartman in "Tweek vs. Craig". He also has a habit of flipping people off, whether to express disdain toward them or not. Acts as the leader of a rival group to The Boys called Craig's Gang at times, usually consisting of himself, Token, Clyde, and Jimmy (or Tweek).



* ArmoredClosetGay: The events of "[[Recap/SouthParkS19E6TweekXCraig Tweek x Craig]]", particularly with Craig's shameful expression when he rejects Tweek's feelings [[HeelRealization after the latter feels awful about]] [[GoneHorriblyRight taking their false break-up too far]], heavily imply that Craig has been repressing his sexuality for a long, long time.

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* ArmoredClosetGay: The events of "[[Recap/SouthParkS19E6TweekXCraig Tweek x Craig]]", particularly with Craig's shameful expression when he rejects Tweek's feelings [[HeelRealization after the latter feels awful about]] [[GoneHorriblyRight taking their false break-up too far]], heavily imply that Craig has been repressing his sexuality for a long, long time. He was also shown to be dating a girl in "Stick of Truth", but broke up with her shortly afterward.



* BadBoss: In the episode "South Park Is Gay!", when the main characters are first shown viewing Craig's gang as rivals.

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* BadBoss: In the episode "South Park Is is Gay!", when the main characters are first shown viewing Craig's gang Gang as rivals.



* GoodIsNotNice: The fact that he is actually good is arguable.
* HasAType: Twitchy blondes, apparently. Before he started dating Tweek, he seemed to be somewhat affectionate to [[HollywoodTourettes Thomas]] (see all the way down this page).

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* GoodIsNotNice: The fact that As snarky, rude, and cynical as Craig can be, he is actually has a good heart deep down, which is arguable.
shown more often in later seasons, particularly with Tweek.
* HasAType: Twitchy blondes, apparently. Before he started dating Tweek, he seemed to be somewhat affectionate to [[HollywoodTourettes Thomas]] (see all the way down this page).page to One-Shot Students).



* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: During the early seasons, he was probably the second most violent kid in his class after [[VillainProtagonist Cartman]], as he was shown to lead any generic bullying that goes on in school. He was always shown going to the counselor due to his cynicism and disrespect towards the other characters. This was almost entirely phased out starting around season 12. In "Tweek x Craig", he undergoes massive [[CharacterDevelopment emotional development]] when [[MistakenForGay the false news of him and Tweek being gay with each other is spread around]]. He's still a deadpan kind of kid, but he's shown to be a whole lot more emphatic than his previous appearances have given him credit for. Later in "Put It Down" he goes even further, having become [[OfficialCouple/WesternAnimation Tweek's boyfriend]] ever since "Tweek x Craig" and spending the entire episode by Tweek's side, trying to help him deal with his panic attacks about North Korea and [[Characters/SouthParkHerbertGarrison President Garrison's]] [[CrossesTheLineTwice tweets about them and Tweek]].

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* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: During the early seasons, he was probably the second most violent kid in his class after [[VillainProtagonist Cartman]], as he was shown to lead any generic bullying that goes on in school. He was always shown going to the counselor due to his cynicism and disrespect towards the other characters.characters, especially when flipping them off. This was almost entirely phased out starting around season 12. In "Tweek x Craig", he undergoes massive [[CharacterDevelopment emotional development]] CharacterDevelopment when [[MistakenForGay the false news of him and Tweek being gay with each other is spread around]]. He's still a deadpan kind of kid, but he's shown to be a whole lot more emphatic than his previous appearances have given him credit for. Later in "Put It Down" he goes even further, having become [[OfficialCouple/WesternAnimation Tweek's boyfriend]] ever since "Tweek x Craig" and spending the entire episode by Tweek's side, trying to help him deal with his panic attacks about North Korea and [[Characters/SouthParkHerbertGarrison President Garrison's]] [[CrossesTheLineTwice tweets about them and Tweek]].



* StraightGay: Is in a romantic relationship with Tweek, calling him "babe" and "honey", but otherwise acts no different than the other boys.

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* StraightGay: Is in a romantic relationship with Tweek, calling him "babe" and "honey", "honey" and refers to himself as a "Homosexual Cis Male" on his "Fractured But Whole" Character Sheet, but otherwise acts no different than the other boys.



* StraightGay: Is dating Craig, and is pretty much the only boy who has never been confirmed to have dated a girl. Also interjected "I like sausage!" when Clyde mentioned that the ''VideoGame/SouthParkPhoneDestroyer'' group chat was a "sausage fest". He only stands out for reasons of his neurotic behaviors, however.

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* StraightGay: Is dating Craig, and is pretty much the only boy who has never been confirmed to have dated a girl. Also interjected He also refers to himself as a "Homosexual Cis Male" on his "Fractured But Whole" Character Sheet and commented "I like sausage!" when Clyde mentioned complained that the ''VideoGame/SouthParkPhoneDestroyer'' group chat was a "sausage fest". He only stands out for reasons of his neurotic behaviors, however.


* SpoiledSweet: He's usually as friendly as his family is rich.


* BreakoutCharacter: Was originally a one-shot character in "Cripple Fight" and not even a resident of South Park. The creators took a liking to him and integrated him further into the cast and classroom, deciding that he'd be easier to write for than Timmy.

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* BreakoutCharacter: Was originally a one-shot character in "Cripple Fight" and not even a resident of South Park. The creators took a liking to him and integrated him further into the cast and classroom, deciding that he'd be easier to write for than Timmy.Timmy, even portraying them as best friends as opposed to their previous (one-sided) rivalry in "Cripple Fight".



* DemotedToExtra: After being built up to be a major secondary character, he was ultimately replaced by the easier-to-write-for Jimmy.

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* DemotedToExtra: After being built up to be a major secondary character, he was ultimately replaced by the easier-to-write-for Jimmy.Jimmy, though Timmy himself became more prominent in later episodes alongside Jimmy, even portraying them as best friends as opposed to their previous (one-sided) rivalry in "Cripple Fight".

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