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What episodes of South Park are about Kenny?

What episodes of South Park are about Kenny?

South Park: Kenny’s 10 Best Episodes

  1. 1 The Coon Trilogy. Kenny’s greatest showcase to date has been within The Coon Trilogy.
  2. 2 The Poor Kid.
  3. 3 Kenny Dies.
  4. 4 Best Friends Forever.
  5. 5 The Ring.
  6. 6 Major Boobage.
  7. 7 Poor And Stupid.
  8. 8 Cock Magic.

Which South Park episode does Kenny show his face?

The Coon
Kenny/Mysterion unmasked at the end of “The Coon”. Originally intended to have been a generic, unnamed classmate of the main characters, he was revealed to be Kenny in “Mysterion Rises”.

What episode does Kenny speak?

He speaks clearly and without his hood in “South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut”, “The Jeffersons”, “Lice Capades”, and “Mysterion Rises” with proper, unmuffled lines.

Why does Kenny from South Park wear a hood?

Kenny McCormick is the poor member of the Four Boys. Almost all of the time, Kenny wears a hood that muffles his speech. Kenny being muffled is how he gets away with inappropriate and vulgar speech without having to be bleeped out or censored. Kenny is also shown to enjoy getting high.

Is Kenny Cartman’s best friend?

In the episode, “Kenny Dies”, Cartman proclaims that Kenny is his best friend among the three boys, but at the end of the episode it is implied that Cartman is Kenny’s “worst friend” since he exploited Kenny’s illness for personal gain.

Does Kenny McCormick smoke?

Underage smoking/drug abuse: In “Butt Out”, Kenny started smoking along with the boys to avoid being like Butt Out!; later in “Major Boobage”, Kenny became addicted to cheesing and when cats became illegal, he ignores the law and continues to get high.

Does Kenny ever take his hood off?

There’s actually quite a few episodes where Kenny has his hood off and his face out… and it’s glorious. As of now, there’s no episodes that show him totally, completely, face-and-hair-fully-out and voice unmuffled. (For that treat, you need to check out the South Park Movie: “Bigger, Longer, and Uncut”).