9 South Park Episodes That Prove Butters Is The Best Character

Butters' Bottom B*tch

If you’re a fan of South Park, you already know that some of the best episodes feature the loveable Butters Stotch. For this list we’re ranking all the Butters episodes of South Park, and we want you to vote for your favorites. Starting as a background character, Butters had his first speaking role in the episode “Two Guys Naked in a Hot Tub” from season 3, and even starred in his own episode at the end of season 5 that would cement him as an important regular character. Many of these episodes involve Butters and Cartman getting together for some kind of scheme or adventure, usually ending with Cartman tricking Butters and taking advantage of him.

These Butters episodes of South Park have been voted on by over 1,000 fans over at Ranker, so we’re going to count down them down until we get to the #1 most voted episode.

9. Raisins


When the boys visit the restaurant Raisins (a parody of Hooters), Butters falls for one of the flirtatious waitresses, eventually believing that they are boyfriend and girlfriend. Look for the awesome speech by Butters at the end.

Memorable Quotes:

Butters: Well yeah, and I’m sad, but at the same time I’m really happy that something could make me feel that sad. It’s like, it makes me feel alive, you know? It makes me feel human. And the only way I could feel this sad now is if I felt somethin’ really good before. So I have to take the bad with the good, so I guess what I’m feelin’ is like a, beautiful sadness. I guess that sounds stupid.
Goth Kid 2: Yeah.
Stan: No. No, Butters, that doesn’t sound stupid at all.
Butters: Well, thanks for offering to let me in your clique, guys, but, to be honest, I’d rather be a crying little p*ssy than a f*ggy Goth kid.

  • Original Airing: December 10, 2003
  • Season: South Park – Season 7
  • Episode Number: 14
  • Series: South Park

8. Super Fun Time

Super Fun Time

During a field trip, Cartman and Butters escape a hostage situation at Pioneer Village, a place where reenactors take their jobs very seriously. Throughout the ordeal, Butters refuses to let go of Cartman’s hand and they both get injured.

Memorable Quotes:

Cashier: Aww, aren’t you two cute holdin’ hands. Are you special little buddies?
Butters, Cartman: NO!

Butters: I am so disappointed in myself. Teacher gave me a res-responsibility, and I was just supposed to look after my partner, and I blew it!
Cartman: Don’t be too hard on yourself, Butters. You can’t help being a douchebag.

  • Original Airing: April 23, 2008
  • Season: South Park – Season 12
  • Episode Number: 7
  • Series: South Park

7. The Last of the Meheecans

The Last of the Meheecans

When the boys play “Texans vs Mexicans” and forget about Butters, he becomes a Mexican known as Mantequilla. Butters is taken in by a couple in need of servant, but they later abandon him at an El Pollo Loco restaurant. He goes onto Mexico before winning the game by successfully crossing the border.

Memorable Quotes:

Butters: I, am Mantequilla, the last of the Meheecans.

Butters: So there I was, just yards away from the American border. All my amigos made it across, but I became lost in the woods. If the Whipples hadn’t come along, I might have froze to death. But I’m not giving up, for I, am Mantequilla!

  • Original Airing: October 12, 2011
  • Season: South Park – Season 15
  • Episode Number: 9
  • Series: South Park

6. Cartman Sucks

Cartman Sucks

After Cartman tries to take a picture with his wiener in Butters’ mouth, his parents panic and believe him to be bi-curious. Butters is sent to Christian conversion therapy camp while Cartman is blackmailed by Stan, Kyle and Kenny.

Memorable Quotes:

Butters: All right. All right that does it! I am sick and tired of everyone telling me I’m confused! I wasn’t confused until other people started telling me I was! You know what I think? I think maybe you are the ones who are confused!
Bradley: Yeah.
Butters: I’m not gonna be confused any more just because you say I should be! My name is Butters, I’m eight years old, I’m blood type O, and I’m bicurious! And even that’s okay! Because if I’m bicurious, and I’m somehow made from God, then I think your God must be a little bicurious himself!

Director: We will now hear a sermon from Pastor Phillips. For those of you who are new to camp, Pastor Phillips is somebody who has broken free of the bonds that afflict you.
Butters: He’s bi-curious too?
Director: Not anymore. Because Pastor Phillips prayed, and by the hand of Jesus Christ, he’s now completely cured! Let’s hear it for Pastor Phillips, kids!

  • Original Airing: March 14, 2007
  • Season: South Park – Season 11
  • Episode Number: 2
  • Series: South Park

5. Marjorine


The boys believe that the paper fortune-teller the girls are playing with is a device that can tell the future, so they send Marjorine (Butters dressed as a girl) to infiltrate their sleepover and steal it. When the boys get the device they determine its powers are too great and it must be destroyed. Meanwhile, when Butters returns home after a long time, his parents believe that he has turned into some sort of demon.

Memorable Quotes:

Ms. Garrison: [Butters is disguised as Marjorine] Why don’t you tell the children a little about yourself, Marjorine?
Butters: [as Marjorine] Well, I’m just a typical little girl. I like dancin’, and ponies, a-a-and… getting my snootch pounded on Friday nights.
Clyde: Nice.
Ms. Garrison: Now Marjorine, that’s not very lady-like. Us Colorado girls love to get pounded in the snizz just like any woman but we keep it to ourselves.

  • Original Airing: October 26, 2005
  • Season: South Park – Season 9
  • Episode Number: 9
  • Series: South Park

4. The Death of Eric Cartman

The Death of Eric Cartman

When everyone begins to ignore Cartman’s existence to teach him a lesson, Cartman convinces Butters that he’s a ghost and only he can see him. Cartman threatens to haunt Butters unless he can achieve peace provoking Butters to apologize and atone for Cartman’s misdeeds.

Memorable Quotes:

Cartman: I took a crap in the principal’s purse. Seven times. Then there was the time I convinced a woman to have an abortion so I could build my own Shakey’s Pizza. I pretended to be retarded and joined the Special Olympics. Tried to have all of the Jews exterminated last Spring. Ahhh, oh, yeah – there’s this one kid whose parents I had killed and made into chili which I then fed to the kid.
Butters: Boy, oh boy, Eric, you got a lot to atone for.

Butters: Well, there’s this ghost, see? Only it probably isn’t a ghost, ih-it’s just a delusion brought on by my trauma. Well I’m supposed to heh, help him, find out why his spirit is wanderin’ the Earth, even though I know that I’m most likely just completely insane.

  • Original Airing: April 13, 2005
  • Season: South Park – Season 9
  • Episode Number: 6
  • Series: South Park



Cartman thinks he’s getting one over on Butters, but while disguised as the robot AWESOM-O, he realizes Butters has an embarrassing tape of him that no one else knows about. As Awesome-O, Cartman searches for the tape. He eventually becomes hungry – Butters doesn’t think you have to feed a robot – and eats toothpaste for sustenance. Later, Awesome-O is captured by the military before Cartman reveals his true identity.

Memorable Quotes:

Butters: I gotta put in my suppository. Can you help me?
A.W.E.S.O.M.-O: [Cartman] What?
Butters: Remember I said I put that medicinal suppository in my anus? It will be so much easier having you do it from now on.
A.W.E.S.O.M.-O: Um, actually, A.W.E.S.O.M.-O is not programmed for that function.
Butters: A.W.E.S.O.M.-O, I thought you were programmed to do whatever I tell you. Yeah, that’s pretty good. Get it up there good and deep.
A.W.E.S.O.M.-O: Lame.

Cartman: [as “Awesom-o”] You should split that money with AWESOM-O. After all, they were AWESOM-O’s ideas.
Butters: Hahaa, right! What are you gonna do with money, AWESOM-O? Buy some robot pants? No, we got each other and that’s all we need, AWESOM-O. I’m gonna send this money to needy kids in third-world countries.
Cartman: Ahhh, ahhh!
Butters: You okay, AWESOM-O?
Cartman: AWESOM-O needs to rest! Feeling faint!

  • Original Airing: April 14, 2004
  • Season: South Park – Season 8
  • Episode Number: 5
  • Series: South Park

2. Butters’ Bottom B*tch

Butters' Bottom B*tch

Butters buys his first kiss for $5 from Sally Darson who becomes the first girl to work for Butters’ kissing company. Butters soon attends a pimp convention and learns more tips and techniques for running a successful enterprise. By offering good healthcare other benefits, Butters because a popular pimp with women of all ages. Butters eventually quits and encourages his crew to operate under self-management.

Memorable Quotes:

Kyle: Butters, can’t you see this is wrong? You’ve got little boys all over school spending all their lunch money on kisses. Boys shouldn’t be paying for kisses. It’s wrong.
Butters: Kyle, every boy pays for kisses. Do you know what I am saying? If you got a girl and she kisses you, sooner or later you’re paying for it. You gotta take her out to lunch, take her to a movie, and then spend time listening to all her stupid problems.

Butters: Well wait, hold on now. Why I’d never get in the way of somebody being happy. Well us pimps gotta be good. Even to each other.

  • Original Airing: October 14, 2009
  • Season: South Park – Season 13
  • Episode Number: 9
  • Series: South Park

1. Butters’ Very Own Episode

Butters' Very Own Episode

After finding out that her husband is sleeping with men at a bathhouse, Linda Stotch goes crazy and attempts to drown Butters. He ends up surviving, and begins his journey home just in time for dinner at Bennigan’s. Butters is scarred for life.

Memorable Quotes:

Butters: Gee, I wish I didn’t know all that stuff. I guess I learned that sometimes, lying can be for the best.

Butters: That’s me!

Butters: Inspector Butters gets all the facts. I even got some neato pictures. The only thing I can’t figure out is why dad told you he was goin’ shoppin’ for your present when he was goin’ out to see the movies an’ wrestlin’.

  • Original Airing: December 12, 2001
  • Season: South Park – Season 5
  • Episode Number: 14
  • Series: South Park