A magical being that appears once a year on Christmas to those who have eaten lots of fiber to spread tidings of joy, Mr. Hankey is the living embodiment of the very Spirit of Christmas itself. Hankey cheerfully spread the joy and commercialism of the holiday season to all he could - and throws himself at people who disrespect his loyal believers like Kyle and Chef. He also sang holiday songs to cheer people up or making them quit their bitchin' and sometimes stuck himself in people's mouth or coffee mugs just for fun.
Hankey, the Christmas Poo " is the ninth episode of the first season of the American animated television series South Park. This episode marks the first appearances of Craig Tucker , Mr. Hankey , and the school counselor Mr.
Hankey was the Christmas deity of South Park , taking the place of others, such as Frosty or Rudolph. He is a jolly Poo that visits anyone on Christmas that has a lot of high fiber in their diets. He resides in the sewers beneath South Park , and therefore has been known to appear as if by magic from out of toilet cisterns, bringing with him tidings of joy, and a ghastly smell. Hankey made his first appearance in " Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo " and was seen as generally unknown to the other characters besides Kyle Broflovski and Chef , but after the episode's events he was popularized and by " Merry Christmas Charlie Manson! In " Chef's Chocolate Salty Balls " the boys meet him in the sewer and he explains how the Hollywood people, led by Robert Redford were destroying the ecosystem. Kyle's and his calls are ignored and turned into a movie starring Tom Hanks called "Mr. Hankey and Me", and Mr. Hankey eventually dies. Hankey hosts " Mr.
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