Kyle Broflovski is one of South Parkthe four main characters, plus Stan, Cartman, and Kenny. It is based on co-author Matt Stoneand Stan replaces Trey Parker. Kyle is the smartest of the gang and a member of the only Jewish family in town. His defining visual characteristic is his ubiquitous green hat.

Kyle has an outside perspective and generally has the highest moral standards of the four friends. He is cynical and easily irritated, but presumably has an undercurrent sweetness to his personality. While Cartman tends to get the most memorable lines, some of the show’s best storylines center on Kyle.


10 “Free Wilziks”

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In this episode, Kyle tries to help a smart talking killer whale escape captivity in a marine park. Unknown to Kyle, the killer whale named Wilsix is ​​actually voiced by two park employees. Believing that Wilsix’s dream is to fly into space, the boys start turning to space programs around the world for help. Meanwhile, they break Wilzix out of the park and keep him in Kyle’s bedroom.

The episode is silly and hilarious, but also contains scathing comments about animal rights and the mistreatment of captive sea creatures. The ending is ludicrous but poignant as the boys realize that they unintentionally caused Wilsix’s death on the moon and must face the consequences of their actions.

9 “Face”


Kyle’s cousin, also named Kyle, comes to visit. Kyle is annoyed by his cousin, who sees him as representative of Jewish stereotypes. Worse, Kyle’s family is openly supportive of his cousin. The boys try several times to get rid of the unwanted visitor, such as tricking him into getting on a plane. However, he always finds his way back to South Park.

The episode is interesting as it explores Kyle’s relationship with his own Jewish faith, his pride in his religion, and his insecurities about being one of the few Jewish kids in town. This is a recurring theme for Kyle throughout the show, as South Park constantly touches on controversial topics such as religion.

8 “Guitar Queer-O”

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Kyle and Stan become obsessed guitar hero and go in search of the greatest virtual rock stars of all time. They achieve great success and soon become addicted to the hedonistic rock ‘n’ roll lifestyle. However, their newfound fame also puts a strain on their friendship, parodying real-life bands that disbanded after becoming successful.

The episode is a satire of the gaming industry and the culture of celebrity worship. As always, a lot of irreverent humor, like in a fictional game. Heroin Heroand concludes with a spectacularly absurd and over the top ending.

7 “List”


In this episode, Kyle and company. discover that the girls in the fourth grade have compiled a list ranking all the boys in terms of attractiveness. Clyde is at the very top, and Kyle is ranked as the ugliest – even below Cartman. Kyle becomes depressed and only hangs out with other ugly kids. Seeking revenge, he dreams of burning down the school.

There is a particularly wonderful scene where the ghost of Abraham Lincoln visits Kyle, reassures him that ugly people can still achieve great things, and warns him of the dangers of an inflated ego. From this point on, the plot develops and it is revealed that the list was actually rigged in favor of Clyde.

6 “Mr. Hankey Christmas Poop”

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“He’s everywhere, he’s on your shoe…” South Park prepares to celebrate Christmas on the show and Kyle feels left out. He finds someone to confide in Mr. Hankey, a talking piece of poop who only talks to Kyle. The other characters, unable to communicate with Hanky, believe that Kyle has gone insane and soon try to send him to a mental hospital.

Eventually, the people of South Park come to believe in Mr. Hankey until he eventually reveals himself and shows them the true meaning of Christmas. The episode is simple and crude, but that’s the beauty of it. Not without reason, Mr. Hankey has since become one of the iconic characters of the show.

5 “Chinpokomon”


Once again, this episode plays on Kyle’s willingness to fit in. After the kids become obsessed with a new Japanese toy sensation called the Chinpokomon, Kyle tries to keep up but cannot afford the expensive novelties. However, it turns out that the Chinpokomon phenomenon is part of a larger and more insidious plot by the Japanese to brainwash American children into obedient soldiers.

The episode is a great parody of Pokemon and the first time that South Park skewered a quirk, which they later did several times. The future targets of their anger will include World of Warcraft, Magic: Gathering, Game of Thronesand role playing.

4 “Little Tourette”

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In this episode (play based on the film Little Soldier), Cartman learns about Tourette Syndrome and decides to use it to avoid saying outrageous and offensive things. Kyle sees through Cartman’s deception, but when he complains about it to the principal, the school misunderstands that he is claiming that All people with Tourette syndrome pretend.

As punishment, the school sends Kyle to a support group for children with TS to learn about his delusions. This is one of the most blasphemous episodes of the series, in which Cartman unleashes an uncensored swearing stream. Only the f-word was censored at the behest of Comedy Central.

3 “Imagination Land”

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Imaginationland is a three-part series that won an Emmy Award in 2008. The boys are transported to a magical realm where every fantastic creature that people could imagine exists. However, their adventure takes a dark turn when the evil forces of Imagination Land launch an attack. Children must team up with their heroes to save the world from destruction.

The story expands to include leprechauns, terrorists, and M. Night Shyamalan. There’s also a crude but hilarious subplot involving a wager between iconic animation duo Cartman and Kyle. Kyle initially doesn’t believe Imaginationland really exists, so they make a bet that if the leprechaun turns out to be real, Kyle will suck Cartman’s balls. Naturally, they end up fighting over the bet in court.

2 “Tooth Fairy Tattoo 2000”

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After Cartman receives $2 from the Tooth Fairy, he comes up with a scheme: if the boys combine all their lost teeth, they will get enough money from the Tooth Fairy to buy a Sega Dreamcast. However, they soon discover that there are actually several people in the Tooth Fairy business, most of them evil.

After learning that the Tooth Fairy is not real, Kyle begins to question everything and study philosophy. This leads to a funny plot in which he questions his own existence. He disappears, causing a tear in the space-time continuum, and returns with the power to change reality, even turning into a half-chicken-half-squirrel monster.

1 “Toilet paper”

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After the boys are punished by an art teacher, they cover her house with toilet paper in retaliation. Afterwards, Kyle is tormented by guilt and has terrible nightmares. He has a strong urge to confess, much to Cartman’s dismay. Fearing that Kyle will reveal the truth, Cartman plots to kill him.

The episode is an excellent parody of several films, including Platoon, Face with a scarAnd The Godfather Part 2. Josh’s character is also a parody of Hannibal Lecter. However, underneath the jokes is also a clever commentary about speaking the truth and honoring one’s conscience.