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    Brimmy
    Never in a million years has there been a South Park character as pointless as this one!
    Gender: Male
    Type: Extremely Pointless Character
    Species: Human
    Portrayed by: Matt Stone
    Status: Alive
    Media of origin: South Park
    First appearance: Cartman Gets an Anal Probe


    Brimmy is a character in the 1997 adult animated series South Park. He has been on the show since the first episode, but he has never spoken in the series aside from the video games.

    Why He's A Pointless Character

    1. For starters, he is arguably the most pointless, most underutilized, and bland character in the entire show. While he's been on the show since Season 1 and is intended to be one of the supporting characters in the series, he is EXTREMELY underdeveloped and never spoke.
    2. Unlike other minor supporting characters, such as Annie, Kevin, and to some extent, Red, Brimmy hardly has any personality and depth in his character, which makes him more forgettable.
    3. He is a punching bag. For example, in "Conjoined Fetus Lady", he was one of the first kids on the dodgeball team to get hit. And in "Merry Christmas Charlie Manson!", he got hit by someone again.
    4. He has very little character development in the series.
    5. Similar to Billy from Thomas & Friends, he is the textbook definition of a filler character. If there is a scene taking place at the school, it's likely he will be there to fill up space.
    6. In his first speaking appearance, South Park: The Fractured but Whole, he is portrayed as an annoying cyborg-obsessed character and an irritable character as well.

    Redeeming Qualities

    1. His design is fine as usual, despite it looking like Stan Marsh with Craig Tucker’s colors.
    2. Matt Stone did a good job voicing him in the one speaking role he had.

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