Eric Cartman is the main character of South Park.
Eric Cartman wears a red jacket, yellow mittens, brown pants, and a teal winter hat with a yellow poof ball and yellow lining. He is overweight, has brown hair (usually concealed under his hat), and a double chin.
In South Park, Eric Cartman is portayed as an evil, vicious, angry, selfish, greedy, spoiled, and insane child. He is the most foul-mouthed character in the show. He is also racist and stereotypes almost everyone he sees. The very dark, usually disturbing undertones to his personality often hint at an extreme mental imbalance. Apart from being portrayed as having a general lack of moral responsibility or social conscience, he also seems to take pleasure from others' misfortune and is generally unable to show empathy. Cartman enjoys delivering hate speech, especially to people of the Jewish religion. One character in South Park one summed him up by referring to him as a "fat, racist, self-centered, intolerant, manipulating sociopath".
Behind the Laughter
Eric Cartman is by far the most foul-mouthed, main protagonist of the animated series South Park on Comedy Central, with his closest friends: Stan Marsh, Kyle Broflovski and Kenny McCormick. The character status of Eric Cartman is alive and is voiced by the series co-creator, Trey Parker, in the original real-world TV animated series.
- Episode – "The Bart of War"
- Episode – "O Brother, Where Bart Thou?" (alluded to)
- Episode – "Gorgeous Grampa" (shadow)
- Episode – "The Cad and the Hat" (couch gag)
- Book – The Bart Book (on Bart's shirt)