Template:South Park character Emily is a student in South Park Elementary. She appeared at Heidi Turner's slumber party in "Marjorine" and at the Jonas Brothers concert in "The Ring". Her name was confirmed in "Bass to Mouth".
Emily has light blonde hair and wears a dark blue jacket and light green pants. In earlier appearances, she wore a navy blue jacket with blue-grey trousers. In "Marjorine", she wears a turquoise pajama top with green and orange hearts, and green pants.
Emily seen in her pajamas, from "The Poor Kid".
Emily in Super Fun Time.
Another image of Emily, sad.
She seems to be relatively sensitive to social criticism, considering in "Bass to Mouth" she was embarrassed, not because her mother was in rehab, but because the other girls might find out.
It was shown in "Bass to Mouth" that her and Tammy are very close friends, probably best friends, considering they both admitted and comforted each other over their mothers being addicts/alcoholics, a very personal matter.
In Skank Hunt, Emily is seen breaking up with Jason toward the end of the episode.
She recently had a few speaking lines in "Bass to Mouth", in which it was revealed that her mother is a alcoholic.
- "Tonsil Trouble" - Can be seen in the background.
- "The List" - Appears as part of the girls' list-making committee.
- "Super Fun Time" - Seen as Nelly's partner during the field trip. Held hostage along with the rest of the class.
- "The Ring" - Appeared at the Jonas Brothers concert.
- "Bass to Mouth" - Her first name, as well as the fact that her mother is in rehab for alcoholism, was revealed in a conversation with Tammy Nelson.
- "The Poor Kid" - Appears in the hallways at South Park Elementary as well as in the crowd of onlookers watching Kenny's parents being arrested.
- "Butterballs" - Seen in Stan's anti-bullying video and at the school assembly.
- "Let Go, Let Gov - Seen in the school hallways talking to Nelly and Tammy Nelson.
- Skank Hunt - Seen in the hallway.
- "Wieners Out" - Seen in the stands at the volleyball game.
- "Douche and a Danish" - Seen in the battle between the girls and the boys.
- "Not Funny" - Seen at church.