Top 10 Worst Things Butters Has Done On South Park

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Top 10 Worst Things Butters Has Done On South Park

VOICE OVER: Callum Janes WRITTEN BY: Ty Richardson
Just because Butters is sweet and adorable doesn't mean he hasn't done some bad things on "South Park." For this list, we're looking at the most heinous things the seemingly innocent Butters has done. Our countdown includes enlisting FaceBook in a smear campaign, the "Kissing" company, setting fire to the school, faking his death, and more!
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Script written by Ty Richardson

Just because Butters is sweet and adorable doesn't mean he hasn't done some bad things on "South Park." For this list, we're looking at the most heinous things the seemingly innocent Butters has done. Our countdown includes enlisting FaceBook in a smear campaign, the "Kissing" company, setting fire to the school, faking his death, and more! What do you think is Butters’ biggest crime? Share with us in the comments below.

#10: Trying to Destroy the World

“The Simpsons Already Did It”

Upset with the world, Butters brings back his supervillain persona, Professor Chaos, for another round of world-ending doom. With General Disarray by his side, Professor Chaos is ready to dispense mayhem and misery onto South Park. Only one problem - none of his schemes are original. Throughout the episode “The Simpsons Already Did It”, Disarray points out how Butters’ plans are exactly like plotlines from various “Simpsons” episodes. We aren’t sure whether to out Butters for trying to wreak havoc on society or for plagiarizing one of the most historic television shows ever made.

#9: Enlisting Facebook in a Smear Campaign

“Franchise Prequel”

Once again, Butters transforms into his Professor Chaos persona, but this time, he has a more damaging plan in place. With the help of Mark Zuckerberg, Butters spams Facebook with fake articles and ads to smear Cartman and company’s reputations. Not only does this result in the boys losing a potential deal with Netflix for their superhero franchise, but Butters has unleashed something worse. The dubbed Zuckerberg runs all over South Park and becomes a total nuisance to the residents; breaking into their homes, sleeping in their beds, eating their food, he does everything to annoy those who cannot match his “shtoyle”.

#8: Stealing Cartman’s Ideas

“AWESOM-O”

As part of a prank on Butters, Cartman disguises himself as a cardboard robot. However, the prank goes too far. Just to fast-forward a bit, Butters and his “robot” manage to strike a deal with various movie studios to come up with new film ideas. Thing is that all of the ideas are Cartman’s, who sees none of the cash. Instead, Butters keeps all of it, his logic being that robots would buy silly things and that third-world countries need their money more. What gets us riled up is that Cartman wasn’t even asking for all of the cash - he was asking for a SPLIT! We understand this is more his fault, but Butters proved to be way worse here.

#7: Tap Dancing

“You Got F’d in the A”

Now, one might be quick to defend Butters on this. After all, accidents happen. He didn’t mean to get folks killed just by tap dancing. In case you’re unfamiliar with this episode, Butters reveals a moment in his life where one of his tap dancing shoes flew off his foot and struck a spotlight, causing it to fall and crush an audience member. A real freak accident, for sure, but this tells us a different story - why didn’t Butters tie his shoes tighter, hm? Considering this event repeats a second time, years after the initial accident, Butters would know to take better precautions this time. Alas, he does not! He’s a menace, I tell you!

#6: Joining the Somalian Pirates

“Fatbeard”

When Cartman decides to ditch his life and become a pirate, he puts out a call for every kid at South Park Elementary to join his cause. Now, we can understand why Butters would probably ditch his home, what with him constantly being grounded for every little thing he does or doesn’t do. Still, to abandon all of your friends and family to go live the dangerous life of a pirate? That is just cold, Butters, especially for you. Remember, this is the same kid who has a menacing persona like Professor Chaos!

#5: Setting Fire to the School

“Gluten-Free Ebola”

Whereas most of Butters’ crimes against humanity have been shown, this one was left to our imaginations. With their startup company failed, the boys must make amends with all the students and faculty they insulted before ditching school. Butters, on the other hand, took things to a whole other extreme before leaving with them for their ill-fated company. Apparently, Butters had started a fire in the gymnasium. For this, Butters was expelled, and the faculty held an entire meeting just on the subject of possibly accepting him back as a student.

#4: Faking His Death

“Marjorine”

Granted, this was all Cartman’s idea, but the fact that Butters even bothered participating in this makes him just as guilty as everyone else. Butters and the boys stage his death from the rooftop of a high rise, having Butters stall for the cops while the boys got his decoy corpse ready. With the decoy splattering all over the ground, Butters’ death has been confirmed…at least in the public’s eye. This stunt would send his parents spiraling into trauma and depression. And to think he and the boys went through all of this trouble just to steal some cootie catcher.

#3: Stealing the Boys’ Book

“The Tale of Scrotie McBoogerballs”

Stan, Kyle, Cartman, and Kenny have written the most vile and disgusting novel of all time. It is also one of the greatest books of all time. However, fear sets in when their parents discover it. To avoid punishment, they trick Butters into thinking he wrote it. Shockingly, Butters faces no punishment (well, Stephen grounds him for the graphic content, but whatever) and earns global fame and fortune. Eventually, Butters develops an ego and really believes he wrote it. He may have taken the blame for the subject matter, but was there really a cost when he practically stole celebrity status from the boys?

#2: The “Kissing” Company

“Butters’ Bottom Bitch”

After paying Sally Darson for a kiss, Butters comes up with the idea to partner with Sally for a “kissing company”. What Butters doesn’t realize is that such a type of company already exists, and it has been for centuries. Now, this “kissing company” isn’t exactly what’s so awful about it - it’s how Butters approaches girls. He berates others with vulgar remarks while calling them the same obscenity over and over again. Admittedly, it was hilarious to hear all of that coming out of Butters’ mouth. Still, he is a menace to society!

#1: The Sarcastaball Incident

“Sarcastaball”

So, Butters does not understand the purpose of the “creamy goo” he holds, but naivety does not excuse something this catastrophic. Butters’ MVP status in the sarcastaball league helps net him a deal where his “creamy goo” is manufactured across the country, being endorsed by several famous athletes. Somehow, no one catches onto what the stuff REALLY is until Randy tries it for himself. It winds up killing the entire sport and making everyone, including us viewers, feeling gross. He’s no longer a menace to society - he’s a COMPLETE THREAT.
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