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|“||Hey Sharon, come look at this!||„|
|~ Randy after taking a gigantic dump|
|“||This is for what?! Arresting me for what?! I'm not allowed to stand up for myself?! I thought this was America! Isn't this America?! Oh, I'm sorry, I thought this was America.||„|
|~ Randy after being arrested in a little league baseball fan fight|
Randall “Randy” Marsh is the son of Marvin and Grandma Marsh, the younger half-brother of Jimbo Kern, the husband of Sharon, the father of Stan and Shelly and is a major antagonist as well as the adult protagonist of South Park. He is a former geologist and appears more than any other parent in South Park, mainly due to his crazy adventures. Randy is extremely immature, to the constant embarrassment of his son Stan. He also eventually become the weed farmer by moved out to the farm along with his family after he was retired of living in South Park.
He is voiced by the South Park creator, Trey Parker who also voices his son, Stan Marsh.
Some of Randy's antics include:
- Starting fights at baseball tournaments
- Working at Wall-Mart to get a discount on Wal-Mart's electric range or products
- Replacing Chef as the school's cafeteria chef to satisfy his food fetish
- Becoming a prophet for the economy and demanding that everyone tighten their belts to a ridiculous degree to satisfy the economy
- Becoming a pop star whose trademark is defecating his pants onstage
- Becoming a weed farmer after he and his family moved out from South Park.
When Sharon loses her temper at Randy for his latest scheme, he flat-out admits that he's unhappy with his lot in life. Sharon admits that she too feels like life has passed her by and tells Randy that they've grown apart with age. The two divorce amicably and seemingly for good. They later get back together off-screen and no-one learns anything from the experience.