10 Funniest Celebrity Guest Appearances ‘South Park’

Whether you love it or hate it South Park has been on the rise since its premiere in 1997 due to its eagerness to mock almost everything under the sun. However, one of the most common targets of their taunts were celebrities who were mercilessly gored by series creators Trey Parker and matt stone on countless occasions. Because who could forget that KanyeWest‘s “Fishsticks” episode, the CaitlynJenner subplot or the whole Tom cruise Problems with the show’s taunting of the Church of Scientology?


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through South Park‘s long line of celebrity scandals and star-studded controversy, however, there have been many times where Hollywood’s best have guest-starred on the show. From musical acts to comedic cameos to a certain A-list actor appearing as Stan’s gay dog, these are the guest stars who had us laughing ’til our stomachs hurt.


Malcolm McDowell as British Character/Narrator

While not overly gross or overly complex, season five’s “Pip” stands as one of the most controversial and obscure episodes of South Park to date. A comic retelling of Charles Dickens Great expectationsSouth Park’s English exchange student Pip was the only character from the town he starred in in the episode Malcolm McDowell as “A British Person”, the otherwise unnamed narrator.

His comedic timing, witty narration and the fact that he appeared live in action make McDowell one of the series’ most memorable guest stars. This feat is all the more impressive given that the episode itself was met with mixed reviews and is remembered as one of the few episodes that missed its mark.

Cheech and Chong as Cherokee Herbalists

Season 4’s Cherokee Hair Tampons marked something of a significant return for the cannabis-loving comedian duo Cheech & Chong after a controversial breakup in the ’80s. They voiced two supposed Native Americans who have been working with Miss Information at a new holistic medicine business in town that is taking off after Kyle’s mother spoke of the miracles it has done for her boy.


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As South Park residents fall in love with the holistic healing craze, it’s the characters from Cheech & Chong who finally reveal the truth that they’re actually Mexican and Kyle needs to be taken to the hospital. Not only was the cameo hilarious, it also played an integral part in their eventual reunion, even if they had to record their lines separately at the time.

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Featuring pirate ghosts and the mystery surrounding Kyle’s grandmother’s missing body, the aptly named Season 3 episode “Korn’s Groovy Pirate Ghost Mystery” had tons of weirdness even before the nu metal pioneers joined the fray. The band members venture to South Park to take part in the ‘Halloween Haunt’ and play themselves off as a hilarious Mystery Inc. parody Scooby Doo.

The animation style, random glitches, and the way the mystery unfolds masterfully mock that Scooby Doo cartoons and saw Korn gain many new fans with her willingness to laugh at her expense. They also subsequently debuted “Falling Away From Me,” which later became their biggest hit.

Robert Smith as himself

“Mecha-Streisand”, the 12th and penultimate episode of South Park‘s first season had no qualms about making fun of celebrities, with Barbra Streisand being the butt of most jokes. By the end of the episode, she has acquired the “Diamond of Pantheos” and transformed into Mecha-Streisand, a giant robotic terror that is destroying the city.

With no other options, boss (Isaac Hayes) and contact the guys RobertSmith by The Cure to help out what he’s doing by transforming into a giant moth creature and saving the day. The collaboration was a dream come true for Trey Parker, who remains a die-hard The Cure fan, while also providing one of the best moments of season one.

Bill Hader as Alec Baldwin

A comedic legend unto itself, Bill Hader has made many significant contributions South Park with his numerous appearances as a guest star. His most memorable of these came in the Season 17 premiere, “Let Go, Let Gov,” voicing Alec Baldwin.


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After falling victim to a publicity scandal due to his “homophobic thumbs” misrepresenting him on Twitter, the actor agreed to endorsing “Shitter,” a social media device that audibly broadcasts users’ thoughts directly to the web . Needless to say, hilarity ensues as Hader nails his performance and cements his claim as one of the show’s biggest guest stars.

Elton John, Ozzy Osborne, Meat Loaf, Joe Strummer, DMX, Rick James, Devo, Rancid, Ween and Primus as themselves

In the Season 2 episode “Chef Aid,” the boys held a benefit concert to help their friend Chef after he was jailed after a dispute with a record company. Turns out they can put together one hell of an ensemble with rock stars, rap gods, and pop idols coming out to support the school chef.

Out of Elton-John Singing Stan’s song “Wake Up Wendy”. Ozzy Osborne Biting Kenny’s head off, the episode is packed with gags that have fans of all genres of music in hysterics. The episode also spawned an album, Chef Aid: The South Park Album, which featured many of the artists who made cameos in the episode.

Radiohead as Radiohead

“Scott Tenorman Must Die” still stands as one of the most shocking and hilarious episodes of South Park – or sitcom for that matter – ever made. Angry at being the victim of a prank, Cartman vows revenge on eighth-grader Scott Tenorman, going so far as to have his parents killed and made into a cold dish, which she feeds Tenorman at a cook-off.


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The icing on the cake is that he even goes so far as to orchestrate it so that Scott’s favorite band, Radiohead, comes to see him cry. While their performance was brief, seeing them ridicule Tenorman brought a final suitably sadistic twist to the episode that had fans of the series howling with laughter.

Jennifer Aniston as Miss Stevens

It’s easy to forget that in 1999, given her enduring fame as a versatile comics actress Jennifer Aniston was known simply as Rachel from friends. With that in mind, her performance as Miss Stevens — leader of the environmentalist choral tour Getting Gay with Kids — in the season 3 premiere Rainforest Shmainforest was eye-opening, to say the least.

Beginning with the episode as a staunch environmentalist who wants to educate the boys about the wonders of nature, her joyful opinion of the rainforest changes quite dramatically as the episode progresses. Her profanity-laced tirade targeting anything and everything rainforest-related was a serious change of pace for the actress, but one that brought tears to the faces of viewers.

Sia as Lorde

One of South ParkThe greatest subplots of all time came in the Season 18 episode The Cissy, which revealed that Randy Marsh had lived a double life as a New Zealand singer Mister. Not only was it another hilarious example of Randy taking the spotlight, but it also led to “Push.”

South Park Satirical, hilarious, and even surprisingly good musical numbers have been no strangers throughout the run, but “Push,” a perfect parody of pop songs, is one of the show’s best, largely because of that her to lend her singing talent for it. She didn’t confirm it was her until a year after the episode aired, but Lorde responded positively to the episode.

George Clooney as Sparky and Doctor Gouache

A longtime fan and supporter of the Parker and Stone comedy, George Clooney helped create the duo’s first collaboration, in 1995 The spirit of Christmas, become a viral hit. Needless to say, when he got wind of it South Parkhe was eager to help the creators by lending his name to the fourth episode of the series Big Gay Al’s Big Gay Boat Ride.

In a hilarious casting decision, Clooney voiced Stan’s dog Sparky, lending his voice talents a series of barks and howls. Clooney later got a more formal cameo as the voice of Dr. Gouache in the movie South Park: Bigger, longer and uncut.


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