cartmanpwnsall wrote:Unhooded Kenny wrote:There's more to SP than Kenny dying. And people forget that he has died twice without his coat or hood on. The coat has nothing to do with his deaths or he'd stop wearing it.
yes i know hes died without it but in cripple fight timmy gives jimmy kennys parka and jimmy almost died right when he put it on.
Jimmy survived wearing that coat, didn't he?
Here's the thing though. Would some of the other kids or teachers mistaken Kenny for Tweek??
I am a hybrid of Butters, Tweek, and Clyde.
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What Mr. Hat said was right, I love Kenny unhooded, he's very handsome without his parka , however the hood makes his character, I love seeing him hooded too.
Why does Kenny have a lot of fans? Well, he's funny when we understand his pervert ideas also he does many good things (in BLU) for he made many fans and I falling in love with him, others things else that I can't remember.
That's a good idea for an episode, I just don't know if the creators can take their idea because they are too worried about making boring Butters episodes.
What do Keanu Reeves, Anakin Skywalker and Kenny have in commom? They're the chosen one.
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I'd love it if he lost the darn thing, majorly disapointed that he never came out of it (Even in the neeked fight) in this episode.
I honestly think the real reason Kenny isn't being used is because Kenny isn't based on a real person. Cartman is just like pure evil (nowadays at least), while Stan and Kyle are Trey and Matt, and Butters is Eric Strough.
To be honest though, I still feel they should put at least enough effort to give Kenny a line in every episode he can possibly. I mean, sometimes I feel they never even intended for Kenny to be a permanent character or something and his death in the Pilot was supposed to be permanent.
As much as I hate to say it, the reality is that Kenny suffers from Chuck Cunningham Syndrome. Kenny's faded out of the show. I mean, after Kenny came back in Season Seven, he was still there and he usually had lines if given a chance. Same for Seasons Eight and Nine.
Season Ten was when he really faded away. After "The Return of Chef" he pretty much didn't even exist. He wasn't even in "Hell on Earth 2006" and was replaced with Tweek for there. Kenny didn't do much again until "Lice Capades" in Season Eleven and that was a cameo.
Much more on the bright side, I'd say Kenny is starting to come back into the spotlight. In Season Ten he was good as gone, but now in Season Eleven and Twelve his presence is being acknowledged more and more.
It's better than nothing.
Me and my friends actually argue - a LOT - about how Kenny could've died in <insert post-Season Five episode here>.
And to finish this stupidly and nerdily long post, Kenny DOES NOT LOOK LIKE TWEEK WITH THE HOOD OFF. They have messy hair, but that's it. Tweek's hair is several spiky, frizzy things. Kenny has 3-4 large, thick "spikes" of hair.
Maybe they can go somewhere out of South Park again . Maybe they can go somewhere that has a beach and the boys wear trunks.
ShaneHaughey wrote:If Kenny takes off his hood, he becomes nothing more than just another kid. His parka defines him. And it isn't like him taking off his parka would instantly make him a bigger character, they have become too attached to Butters to make that happen. Would it be cool for a single episode? Yeah, but it is a bad idea if anyone ever suggests it to last any longer.
I agree with this guy.
KennyMcCormickRocks wrote:I don't like (A.K.A Hate) S.H
Oh, I'm aware you do. /Is SH.
Taking away his hood means he become snothing special. Like it or not, that Hood i a central part of his character. Take that away, what do you have? Well, not much.
BTW, don't double post. I still consider you a semi-troll for your coduct in the, "reason to finally stop watching south park" topic.
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