A Lighter Shade of Gray: While they are responsible for large amounts of collateral damage in their fights with terrorists, during the climax, they're the only ones who fight against Kim Jong Il, unlike the F.A.G., which serves as pawns in his plan to wreak havoc on the world.
Destructive Savior: To put things into perspective, the Eiffel Tower, Arch de Triomph, the Louvre, and Paris in general was collateral damage in the process of stopping three Islamic terrorists.
Too Dumb to Live/Not So Different: Team America was rightfully criticized for its own lack of collateral damage in their own goals to save the world and also shown to be ignorant towards concerns by other countries; however, the major critic happened to be Film Actor's Guild who also failed to see their own flaws that included allying with North Korea out of naivete arrogance that they should be the one leading the world peace despite their own "expertise" being based on their bias and minuscule knowledge about reality.
Chris: Let's get one thing straight, actor. I don't trust you. And if you betray us, I'll rip your fucking balls off and stuff them up your ass so that the next time you shit, you'll shit all over your balls, got it?
Chris: I'll drill two holes through your dick so that when you pee it shoots out in all different directions.
Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Although he's initially distrustful towards Gary, he later apologizes towards him for his bad behavior and when the latter gets nervous having to upstage Alec Baldwin, he is the one who persuades him to do it by telling that Gary's the finest actor he's ever seen.
Never My Fault: When Team America's jeep is chasing the terrorists' jeep, the latter of which Gary is riding, Gary tries signaling for the others, as he'd been instructed, but Joe and Chris misinterpret this and open fire. Gary only survives because Lisa saves him, and after the mission, Chris threatens to "drill two holes through (Gary's) dick" if he does it aain.
Gary Johnston: We're dicks! We're reckless, arrogant, stupid dicks. And the Film Actors Guild are pussies. And Kim Jong Il is an asshole. Pussies don't like dicks, because pussies get fucked by dicks. But dicks also fuck assholes. Assholes who just want to shit on everything. Pussies may think they can deal with assholes their way. But the only thing that can fuck an asshole is a dick with some balls. The problem with dicks is that sometimes they fuck too much or fuck when it isn't appropriate. And it takes a pussy to show them that. But sometimes, pussies get so full of shit that they become assholes themselves. Because pussies are only an inch and a half away from assholes. I don't know much in this crazy, crazy world, but I do know that if you don't let us fuck this asshole, we're going to have our dicks and pussies all covered in shit!
Bourgeois Bohemian: The Film Actor's Guild are all rich, successful celebrities who believe they're political experts, but are so blinded by their bias against Team America and the right-wing that they'd team up with Kim Jong Il.
Hypocrite: Despite being anti-war/anti-violence, the members of FAG are eager to take up arms and attack Team America on sight.
Too Dumb to Live/Not So Different: Like Team America's flaw, Film Actor's Guild tend to fall in false-dichotomy of their own bias towards world peace that they ally with North Korea without realization of their own ignorance on international politics.
Straw Character: A bunch of real life celebrities with left-wing ideas turned into dimwitted villains.
Kim Jong Il
Played by: Trey Parker
Bad Boss: He kills his translator in the beginning of the movie and at the climax, guns down Alec Baldwin and blows his head to pieces.
Berserk Button: He has a song about being so "ronery," and later, Lisa says that his cynical outlook must make him a very "lonely" person. He goes into a Tranquil Fury and orders her brought to the ceremony.
Big Bad: He was the one who was financing the various terror organizations around the world in order to launch a simultaneous attack that would reduce every nation of the world to third-world status.
Cluster F-Bomb: Drops one of these after dropping Hans Blix into a shark tank.
Kim Jong-Il: There you go, Hans Blix! How do you like that, you fucking cocksucker?! Do you have any idea how fucking busy I am, Hans Blix?! Well fuck you! You want an inspection?! Well inspectthat, you butt-fucking piece of shit!
The Man Behind the Man: The Chechen terrorist meeting Gary breaks up early in the movie only ends up being a small piece of what's really at stake, which hits home when an attack against the Panama Canal in retaliation for the Cairo incident happens. However Kim, despite being the one who provided them the weapons to use, is actually displeased because their use in Panama wasn't part of his plan.
Manipulative Bastard: Expressing his distaste for Team America allows him to play the Film Actors Guild like a fiddle.
"Let me explain to you how this works. You see, the corporations finance Team America. And then Team America goes out, and the corporations sit there in their... In their corporation buildings, and, and, and see that, they're all corporationy, and they make money. Mhm."
Ludicrous Gibs: Gets reduced to this along with Liv Tyler by a grenade thrown by Chris.
Played by: Trey Parker
Expy: To the South Park version of Rob Reiner, being a Fat Bastard who demands entire organisations be shut down or destroyed while binge eating. A deleted scene even has him tell a random passer-by to slander Team America.
Fat Bastard: Easily the largest character in the film, and Word of God said it was hard creating an obese puppet.
Strongly Worded Letter: He threatens Jim with one of these if he's not allowed to inspect North Korea for weapons of mass destruction.
Hans: I'm sorry, but I must be firm with you. Let me see your whole palace or else!
Kim Jong-il: Or erse what?
Hans: Or else, we will be very, very angry with you... And we will write you a letter, telling you how angry we are!
Too Dumb to Live: Allows himself to be directed to stand over an obvious trapdoor by Kim.
He also refers to Kin Jong-il as "Mr. Il", not realizing that Il is not his surname, but a part of his first name, Jong-il (in Asia, they say their surnames first before their first names, unlike the west).