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Robert Smith is a fictional character in adult-animated sitcom South Park who appeared in the season one episode Mecha-Streisand. He is based on the real-life band member of The Cure of the same name and one of the few celebrities not to be made fun of in any way (The Boys didn't mock and ridicule him over the last thirteen years). He saved South Park from Mecha-Streisand by transforming himself into a Mothra-like creature to defeat Mecha-Streisand by using Robot punch in her nose knocking off the Diamond of Pantheos which made her powerless and using mega-toss and throwing her into space and saved the day. He was voiced by his real-world self.
He is summoned to aid Leonard Maltin and Sidney Poitier in thwarting Barbra Streisand's plans, all of whom can transform into Japanese movie monsters. Smith transforms into a giant moth and fights Mecha-Streisand with a sonic scream and "Robert Punch". Robert Smith lent his voice to his character in "Mecha-Streisand".
Robert has messy, black hair, a small nose, and thin, black eyebrows. He wears a light purple button-up shirt, black pants, and white sneakers.
Robert is very benevolent, as he helped his allies to stop the villain.