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Big Gay Al (Speaking voice Matt Stone, Singing voice Trey Parker) is a stereotypical homosexual man known for his flamboyant and positive demeanor. For example, he almost always responds to the greeting "How are you?" with an upbeat "I'm super! Thanks for asking!" At one point in the show, he runs an animal farm for gay animals who have been rejected by homophobic pet owners. He temporarily adopted Sparky, Stan's gay dog, who had run away from home. Later on in the episode, his large shelter vanishes, but the various animals remained, and were adopted by their former owners who had missed them greatly. Ever since, he has been a particularly good friend to Stan.
In the episode "Cripple Fight", he is the leader of the boys' Boy Scout troop. However, the parents of the children are uneasy about a gay scout leader, and the club fires him. The boys rally to get him back, and Gloria Allred and others lobby the Scouts to reaccept him, suing the Scouts in a Supreme Court case that they win. Al rejects this, saying that he knows the Scouts are still good men, and since the Scouts are a private club, they should have the right to exclude people if they choose to, just as he has the right to express himself as a gay man.
Big Gay Al eventually enters into a relationship with Mr. Slave, the ex-boyfriend of Mr. Garrison, whom he married in "Follow That Egg!".


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Big Gay Al and Mr. Slave later appeared in an attempt to help the boys change the definition of the word fag in "The F Word".

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Mechanic is a nameless character who wears a wide-brimmed fedora and overalls, and speaks with a heavy Maine accent. He first appears in "Butter's Very Own Episode", in which he directs Butters down a dark road to South Park giving the horrific history of the road to him, ending his speech with "Yah, lotta history down that road." He appears again in "Asspen" when he tries to talk Stan out of racing down the K-13 while giving the terrible history about the run and the lives lost on it, ending his speech with "Yah, a lotta history on that ski run." A more direct parody of Pet Sematary is made in "Marjorine" when he tries to talk Mr. Stotch out of burying what he believes to be Butter's body on the Indian burial ground, saying, "Don't bury your son's body at the Indian burial ground, Stotch! The one that's right up over there, behind the Andersons' bar.", closing with Crandall's signature line "Sometimes... dead is better."
Darryl Weathers is a worker from the Construction Workers' Union whose catchphrase consists of variations on the phrase "They're taking our jobs!", with verb tense and subject and predicate number changed as appropriate for the context. His appearance, modeled on that of Jeff Foxworthy, features thick red hair and a large red mustache. His first appearance is in "Goobacks", in which he hosts a rally of many working-class men upset over losing their jobs to the Goobacks, time travelers from the future who work for next to nothing. When he went to plead and debate his case about immigration on The O'Reilly Factor he was described only with the description "Pissed-Off-White Trash-Redneck-Conservative" as he engaged in a debate with his opposition "ageing-hippie-liberal-douche" . He and the other men decide to all "get gay" with one another, having homosexual sex in the hopes that this will prevent future generations of children that will give rise to the Goobacks. His next appearance is a one liner in "Smug Alert!", in which he is angered at Gerald Broflovski for putting a homemade ticket on his car because of its gas consumption. His also appeared is in the episode "Margaritaville" in which he again loses his job, this time to economic hardships. He's latest appearance is in "W.T.F.", in which he becomes a fan of the W.T.F and repeats his catchphrase with many variations like "They Broke His Jaw".

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Dr. Alphonse Mephesto (also spelled and pronounced Mephisto while once referenced as "Alfonz Mephesto"; voiced by Trey Parker) is a mad scientist who specializes in genetic engineering, and has a son named Terrance (not to be confused with Terrance from Terrance and Phillip). The character is an extended reference to Marlon Brando's portrayal of Dr. Moreau in the 1996 film version of The Island of Dr. Moreau. He always tries to help those who require his talents, but his experiments sometimes go wrong and put the whole town in danger. Like Dr. Moreau, Dr. Mephesto creates strange creatures with his talents, such as animals with multiple buttocks. Mephesto believes it is for the good of the Earth, and that one-assed animals are useless and must be destroyed. In "Spontaneous Combustion", he even goes as far as presenting a "seven-assed Galapagos Turtle" in an attempt to win a Nobel Prize, but loses to Randy Marsh's "Unified Theory of Fart Thing." He genetically splices a squirrel with provolone cheese in "Cartman Joins NAMBLA". He also performs experiments ranging from simple DNA tests to creating a genetic clone of Stan Marsh for his son's science project. Mephesto also provides normal genetic testing services, as when Cartman has him determine who was his father in "Cartman's Mom Is a Dirty Slut" and "Cartman's Mom Is Still a Dirty Slut". Mephesto has a brother who attempts to kill him every month for unrevealed reasons, as mentioned in the aforementioned episode. Playing on his real-world origins, he is a member of the National Association of Marlon Brando Look-Alikes, a group not fond of "that other NAMBLA", as seen in "Cartman Joins NAMBLA". Kevin, Dr. Mephesto's silent companion, described as "that little monkey guy", is a small little creature who dresses like Dr. Mephesto. He is based on Majai, a character created for the 1996 film adaptation of The Island of Dr. Moreau. While Kevin's exact nature is never addressed on the show, his story is told in the song "Mephesto and Kevin" by Primus from Chef Aid: The South Park Album. He was apparently a failed attempt to create a perfect pop singer, a test tube baby created from Michael Jackson's sperm and the egg of an unspecified, musically talented female donor, brought to term inside the womb of a llama.

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