Kenny Mccormic

Досье Kenny Mccormic

Адрес: США, South Park
Происхождение: South Park
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Нам не известно когда родился Kenny Mccormic. Он был рожден в городе South Park. Также, мы выяснили, что сейчас он проживает в городе South Park, США. Kenny придерживается коммунистических взглядов. В своих религиозных взглядах он указал: "Католицизм".

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Kenny McCormick is a fictional character in the animated television series South Park.

He is one of the four central characters along with his friends Stan Marsh, Kyle Broflovski, and Eric Cartman. His oft-muffled and indiscernible speech, the result of his parka hood covering his mouth, is provided by co-creator Matt Stone. He debuted on television when South Park first aired on August 13, 1997, after having first appeared in "The Spirit of Christmas" shorts created by Stone and long-time collaborator Trey Parker in 1992 ("Jesus vs. Frosty") and 1995 ("Jesus vs. Santa").

Kenny is a fourth-grade student who commonly has extraordinary experiences not typical of conventional small-town life in the fictional town of South Park, Colorado, where he lives with his relatively poor family. Kenny is animated by computer in a way to emulate the show's original method of cutout animation. He also appears in the 1999 full-length feature film South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut, as well as South Park-related media and merchandise.

In a running gag most prevalent during the first five seasons of the series, Kenny would die in nearly every episode before returning in the next with little or no definitive explanation given. Other characters' accompanying exclamation of "Oh my God, they killed Kenny! ...You bastards!" became a catchphrase, and the recurring deaths are one of the most recognizable hallmarks of modern television. Several people in the world of media and academia have published their interpretations of the many aspects of the running gag from philosophical and societal viewpoints. Since the show began its sixth season in 2002, the practice of killing Kenny in each episode has been seldom used by the show's creators.