One of Cartman's favorite stuffed animals and tea party patrons. He can be seen in a number of episodes, usually hanging out in the background.
Santa Claus (aka Jolly Old Saint Nick, Chris Cringle, etc...). Santa first appeared in the infamous hand-animated, pre-South Park short "The Spirit of Christmas: Santa v. Jesus" done by Matt and Trey. He has since become a staple in the little mountain town.
Santa was last seen on South Park fighting terrorists in "Red Sleigh Down" (617), and popping a cap in some Christmas Critters in "A Woodland Critter Christmas" (814). And also briefly in the bear mascot outfit in "201".
Lord of the Underworld and Ruler of Hell. On Earth, he is constantly battling for world domination and total destruction. However at home, he is constantly battling with his gay lovers (Saddam Hussein, Chris, etc.). He also has a son named Damien.
A basket-weaving creature with celery for a hand and Patrick Duffy for a leg. Although he's scary and has a hairy ass, he's a kind-hearted and actually saves the Boys from impending death in "Volcano" (103). Unfortunately, he's killed by Stan moments later.
Sexual Harassment Panda
Peetie The Sexual Harassment Panda (aka Peetie The Don't Sue People Panda). He visits the Kids to teach them about sexual harassment in the classroom. After being fired from the school, he sadly goes to the Island of Misfit Mascots. Eventually he finds a better use as the "Don't Sue People Panda", and teaches everyone in town a lesson.
He is Stan's gay dog. At first hated because of his homosexuality, he flees to Big Gay Al's Animal Sanctuary where he can be accepted for what he is. In the end, Stan realizes his error and takes him back home. He also enjoys a good old "red rocket" every now and then.
Stan's Aunt Flo gives him this strange fish as a present. Stan later finds out that this fish was bought at the Indian Burial Ground Pet Shop where some strange portal from an evil world exists. Stan gets blamed by his mom for the murders when the Spookyfish goes on a killing spree.
Struthers the Hutt
Spokesman for "Feed the Children Foundation", and a fan of food. She can be seen in "Starvin Marvin in Space", where we learn she has he very own Tiberian Junker space ship. With this, she helps the Boys reach Marlkar safely. She has a weakness for Chocolate Yum Yum Bars, and may or may not have eaten Kenny.
aka "Veronica". This demon spawn was almost Chef's wife. But after seeing how she'd sucked the life and fun out of Chef, the Boys figure out her true nature. During Chef's wedding, the Boys sing her favorite tune "The Morning After" backwards, they send her demonic form back to hell.
(aka Toweleeeie aka Stephen McTowelie) He's a genetically engineered towel that loves to spread towel advice and get really, really high.
he has helped the boys recover their coveted Okama Gamespshere, defeated his evil Towel counterpart sent to destroy him, and even published his own memoirs, "A Million Little Fibers."
He recently got hooked on computer duster, hit rock bottom, and was forced to undergo an Interviention ("Crippled Summer," 1407). He also has a son named Washcloth and although he doesn't know what tomorrow's gonna bring, he's learning to love what his is. He's a towel.
After Cartman gets the brand new Dawson's Creek "Trapper Keeper Ultra Keeper Futura S 2000", he quickly learns that it is in fact a crazy monster intent on taking over the world. With the help of a stranger named Bill Cosby, they eventually are able to destroy the Trapper Keeper before it destroys the world.
This is Mr. Twig. He takes over as Mr. Garrison right hand man when Mr. Hat disappears in "Summer Sucks". His time in the spotlight was short-lived though...he was re-replaced by Mr. Hat in "Chef Aid".
These little gnomes steal your underpants when you're asleep. Tweek discovers them for the first time but everyone thinks he's insane.
Just remember their business model...Phase 1: steal underpants. Phase 3: profit.
These strange beings pop in and out of South Park all the time, and can be seen frequently hiding around town.
As we learned in "Cancelled" (704), the Visitors actually work for the intergalactic TV production company, Nerzod Productions -- creator of the top reality show in the galaxy, "Earth". In fact, the big satellite dish placed in Cartman's ass is just one of some 50,000 that have been placed in rectums across the world to help broadcast the reality show. These alien Visitors are just hanging around to make repairs and make sure everything is running smoothly.
He's a "talking" whale that lives in Denver Sea Park, although he's actually from the moon (that's where all Orca whales are from, duh). Unfortunately, this Earth atmosphere has made him quite sick, and calls on the Boys to help him get back to his family in space.
These adorable little forrest critters enlist the help of Stan to build them a Christmas manger for the upcoming birth of their Lord and Savior, the Anti-Christ. They also rape Kurt Russell in "Imaginationland Episode II".