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Cesar Millan, also known as The Dog Whisperer, is a fictional character in the adult-animated sitcom South Park. He is based on the real-life dog trainer of the same name.
He was voiced by the series co-creator Trey Parker.
Millan appears in the episode "Tsst" where he is hired by Liane Cartman to help improve her son Eric's behavior. Unlike assorted nannies who were hired to discipline Cartman (all of whom were destroyed mentally or emotionally by him), Cesar's approach proves to be the most successful, as he treats Cartman like a dog, rather than a human being. Mrs. Cartman becomes so grateful for his help that she begins propositioning Cesar for a deeper relationship. When Cesar reminds her that he is merely there to teach her to control her son and then leaves, she back peddles on the training, causing Eric to regress into his evil tendencies.
Cesar Millan has gray, spiky hair and a black goatee. He wears a dark blue, collared shirt and khaki cargo pants. He has a tall head and appears to be physically strong, as he handles dogs.
Unlike vast majority of celebrities that have appeared on South Park, Cesar was depicted in a very positive light, having been depicted as the only person able to manipulate and control Eric Cartman's behavior, to the point of causing him to temporarily behave like a rational human being.
- Cesar Millan is one of the few celebrities on South Park not to be made fun of for a certain trait or a racial or stereotypical joke about his race, unlike several other celebrities and characters on the show (although Cartman disrespects him by calling him "Mexican" in a degorative tone and insults him once by calling him a "Taco Bender").
- Millan is among the few celebrities depicted in the show who did not appear among the celebrities suing the town in "200" and "201." This was likely because he wasn't wronged in any way by other South Park characters like the other celebrities were.