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Template:South Park character Red (also known as Bertha and Rebecca)[1] is a female student at South Park Elementary. She is, arguably, the third-most prominent female character in fourth grade, behind Wendy and Bebe. She sits at the front of Mr. Garrison's class, usually to the far right. Red is one of "the popular girls" in the fourth grade. She is almost always shown with the other popular girls like Wendy, Bebe, Milly, Annie, Esther, Lola, Heidi, and sometimes Sally.


Red's hair is similar to Wendy Testaburger's, in fact, it appears to an exact "flip" of Wendy's hair, although it is red and slightly shorter. She also is very similar to Sally Turner; the two both have red hair, wear similar clothes, and have similar voices. The differences between Red and Sally are that Red doesn't have a butterfly clip in her hair, Sally wears a blue sweater, and Sally also wears green pants, unlike Red's, which are blue. In the earlier seasons, she wore a dark blue jacket with purple pants. In the later seasons, she wears a navy blue jacket with buttons and mauve trimming at the top instead and navy blue pants.

In "Cartman Gets an Anal Probe", she was shown to be wearing a violet jacket with tan trimming and matching mittens while on the bus with Bebe. In "Stupid Spoiled Whore Video Playset", when she was dressed as a "stupid spoiled whore", Red wore a violet bolero jacket with brown fur trim, an orange string bikini top, a denim miniskirt, fishnets, and teal boots. She also had pink blush on her face, blue eye shadow, pink lipstick, and her hair was very glossy. During the whore-off scene, she wore a pair of violet gloves mainly because the outside was cold.

When dressed for the sleepover in "Marjorine" she wore a golden-yellow, blue button-down top with a deep yellow lace collar and yellow, blue and white striped pajama pants.



Red has played a modest role as a part of Wendy's gang. She has been portrayed as the more confrontational of the girls at times, demonstrated when she called out "Marjorine" (actually Butters disguised as a girl) and called "her" a geek and said "she"'d live alone for the rest of her life at Heidi Turner's sleepover, and when she warned Wendy about the corrupted list of the cutest boys at South Park Elementary.

Red has also shown a bit of a kind personality; in some episodes she has been kind to many people and engaging in friendly conversations with many people, like in "Erection Day" she kindly greets Jimmy when he comes to talk to her, but when she hears what he has to say she becomes very disgusted with him and slaps him. Also, she hasn't been afraid to stand up for others: in "The Tale of Scrotie McBoogerballs", Red and Lola rush to Butters' defense after the four main characters criticize him for taking the credit for writing the title book.

A trait of courage was shown in "Marjorine" when the girls did "Light as a feather, stiff as a board", when Red volunteered to go first. This is a very spiritual activity and when Marjorine (Butters) saw them doing this he screamed and accused them of being witches.

She has also been shown to like to party, like in "Marjorine" where she was shown dancing to the new Justin Timberlake CD with her friends after they gave Marjorine (Butters) a make-over. She was also shown in "Douche and Turd" and "The Hobbit" that she was on the school cheerleading squad along with some other girls.

In "Bebe's Boobs Destroy Society", an episode of season six, she was given her "first" speaking role. In this episode, Wendy brought up that she couldn't stand Bebe anymore. The girls begin talking nastily about Bebe. Red then says: "You know what I heard? I heard that she made out with eight different boys in one minute." After this she didn't speak until season eight in "The Jeffersons" where she says two words. In season eight again, in "Stupid Spoiled Whore Video Playset" she spoke a lot. After this season, primarily "Stupid Spoiled Whore Playset", Red was considered as a secondary character. In season nine she played an important role in "Marjorine" where she was one of the girls at Heidi Turner's sleepover. In "Erection Day" she speaks again to Jimmy. Her role has been gradually increasing since this. Before, people used to recognize her simply as the red-haired girl who was seen in the background of many episodes.

Wendy, Lola, and Red, being approached by Stan.

Red has been shown to be one of the very popular girls in the grade. She may even be more popular than Wendy or Bebe. In many different episodes, she has been shown in the background with many different girls. In the older episodes, she was shown in almost every episodes, being followed by boys, which could be suggesting that she is also very pretty and attractive. Also when Clyde became aware that he was the cutest boy in the class in "The List", the first person he asked out was Red. In "Erection Day", when Jimmy found out he had to have sex with someone to stop having his erection problems, the first person he went to was Red. Also in "Something You Can Do with Your Finger", when Cartman paid all of the girls to go crazy for there music video, he chose Red and Bebe to hug and rub him over all of the other girls, there-again, showing that Red is one of the cutest girls in the grade.

Red has also expressed jealousy, anger, and sadness. In "Bebe's Boobs Destroy Society", she is shown gossiping about Bebe with Wendy and the other girls. In "Elementary School Musical", She is seen as disheartened, saying "I'd give anything to be with Bridon Guermo, but he'd never go out with me. I'm nobody."


In "Roger Ebert Should Lay Off the Fatty Foods", Red is shown in the Cheesy Poofs commercial that Cartman was supposed to be in. During the episode, Cartman was bragging to the third grade class (which they were in at the time) about how he won the competition and how he was going to be in the Cheesy Poofs commercial. Everyone was jealous of Cartman but Red must have been selected to be in the commercial by the company. She was actually shown more in the commercial than Cartman was.


Stan Marsh[edit]

In "Stupid Spoiled Whore Video Playset", at Bebe's party, she held Stan down and tried to kiss him. This was most likely because all the girls were acting like whores during the episode. Aside from the aforementioned instance, they have not interacted one-on-one. However, in "Butterballs", after Stan voiced his dissatisfaction over bullying, Red congratulated him, saying "at least someone in this school has some balls."

Bridon Gueermo[edit]

In "Elementary School Musical", she had a crush on Bridon Gueermo, as do the rest of the girls, and says that she would give anything to be with Bridon, after Bebe brings up that she saw him at the movies seeing High School Musical 3. But then she points out that he would never go for her because she is nobody. Wendy tells her that it's not true and then breaks into song.

Clyde Donovan[edit]

In The List, it was revealed that Red was dating Clyde, but this was only because of the girls plot to get free shoes from him. So we can not say that she actually "liked" him, especially because on the real list that one fan calculated, Clyde was listed number thirteen, meaning that he was one of the bottom five cutest guys in the class.

Jimmy Valmer[edit]

It appeared in "Erection Day" that Red may have had a bit of a liking for Jimmy, when he approached her, she seemed really friendly and a bit shy, however this turned right around after Jimmy asked her immediately to have sex with her. She then slapped him, called him a jerk, and walked away disgusted with him.

Butters Stotch[edit]

Red's first interaction with Butters in "Marjorine" was a rather unpleasant one, as previously discussed; however, she was quick to defend him against the boys in "The Tale of Scrotie McBoogerballs", telling them not to pick on Butters because he was, as she put it, "a very fragile artist." Their relationship however, is currently unknown, as the two haven't recently interacted.

Craig Tucker[edit]

Craig and Red are paired together in "Follow That Egg!". Like the other children, they seem to greatly enjoy one another's company during the project.

Annie Knitts[edit]

Red and Annie have appeared together in the background from early on, though it's become more common to see them together in the more recent seasons, implying that the two may have a close friendship like that of Wendy and Bebe's but Red has also been shown being followed by many boys and girls, showing that she is very popular and has many good friends. And still of all these appearances, she has been shown with Annie the most.

Kevin Stoley[edit]

In the earlier seasons, Red was often shown in the background with Kevin, usually hanging out or at lunch. The two were even shown to be trading sandwiches in "Sexual Harassment Panda". They also appeared together at Cartman's party in "Damien" and held hands during "South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut". In addition, Kevin is seen looking sad at the dance in "Hooked on Monkey Fonics" right near Red, who is dancing with Token.

Around the fourth season the lunch room's design began changing as the main boys were more often seen with other children, and the two were no longer regularly shown together. In addition, newer episodes such as "The Return of the Fellowship of the Ring to the Two Towers" and "Fatbeard", portray Kevin as a geek with an obsession of Star Wars, and Red is shown to be one of the popular girls in the school. As Red's role in the series has gradually increased, Kevin's has remained the same save for a major role in "Fatbeard".

Red breaking up with Kevin in "Skank Hunt"

The two had not been shown together with a few exceptions, such as "Lice Capades", in class in "Fatbeard" and arguably "Super Fun Time".

It was revealed in "Skank Hunt" that they were in a relationship prior to their breakup. Kevin is devastated by their abrupt breakup and he can be seen weeping in the hallway while looking at Red's note at the end of the episode.

Token Black[edit]

Token and Red attended the dance together in "Hooked on Monkey Fonics". Like most of her relationships however, this one is unknown, as she hasn't recently interacted with him.


  • In "The Hobbit", Red was the only one who wasn't insulted by Wendy Testaburger.
  • "Erection Day" was the only episode when she was called by Bertha.
  • Red is currently the only girl who has been in advertising, as she appeared in the Cheesy Poof commercial more than Eric was.
  • Despite being called Red, Bertha, and Rebecca, she was insulted by Eric in "Stupid Spoiled Whore Video Playset", and was called, "Whatever your name is.". She was called, "Red" again in Elementary School Musical, even though she was previously called, "Rebecca".
  • She is the ex-girlfriend of fellow classmate Kevin Stoley


South Park Let's Go Tower Defense Play![edit]

Red plays no role in the storyline of South Park Let's Go Tower Defense Play! and is one of the 'additional characters' unlocked at the game's completion. She is the same class as Eric Cartman, Wendy Testaburger and Token Black, moving slowly but dealing heavy damage. Her unique special ability has her yell out "Sunshine!" and causes damage to all enemies within a small radius. She also has a fast charge rate.

The Stick of Truth[edit]

Red plays a bigger role in this game; the player helps her, Wendy and Bebe find out who amongst them is a "two-faced bitch" in order to recruit the girls for the final battle. The player then goes on to the next mission to pose as Bebe's boyfriend, before posing as a girl to enter the abortion clinic. After successfully completing the quest and recruiting the girls, Red adds the player as a Facebook friend (along with Wendy, Bebe, etc.), dubs him an "honorary girl", and asks him if he wants to do some shopping.


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