Manbearpig is a recurring monster from South Park. Random Episode. Manbearpig. Post Comment. The creature is actually a homage from the eco-horror cult film Prophecy directed by John Franke… ManBearPig • Stan tells Al Gore that his dad is a geologist, and how he thinks ManBearPig isn't in the area. The boys manage to escape from jail and split up. He was portrayed as a hulking chimera who's face is that of a pig on one side and that of a bear on the other. ManBearPig (caractère), South Park Archives, fandom alimenté par Wikia. Red dead redemption 2 puts the age old South Park question of is Manbearpig real? He is the unseen titular main antagonist of the episode "ManBearPig", a supporting antagonist in the "Imaginationland" trilogy, and one of the two main antagonists of Season 22 (the other being Jeff Bezos). "ManBearPig" is the sixth episode of Season Ten, and the 145th overall episode of South Park. The government agrees, but only because Imaginationland has a terrorist connection. ManBearPig kills Kyle in "Imaginationland, Episode II". South Park Archives is a collaborative community created by fans, for fans, which covers everything South Park and its games. Collections. YES! Al Gore meanwhile, decides to flood the cave by diverting a stream. In the car, he tells them they shouldn't hang around with Al Gore and that there is no ManBearPig - Al Gore simply wants attention. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Menu. Free Episodes. Al Gore then explains he should make a movie about himself. Demon Defeat ManBearPig is the final quest in the Al Gore questline. But they suddenly take action when they go into a cave and meet the foul beast. Matt StoneFrank Welker (stock-sound effects) Other Season 10 Episodes . Character Information However, Al Gore doesn't seem to care in the least, and goes off to make a movie about himself. "ManBearPig" is the sixth episode of Season Ten, and the 145th overall episode of South Park. The 145th episode of the series overall, it first aired on Comedy Central in the United States on April 26, 2006. "Nobody Got Cereal?". ManBearPig appears as an enemy in South Park: Tenorman's Revenge. Manbearpig is the creation of Al Gore who believes that it is the greatest threat humanity faces (he's super cereal about it). 9. Male ManBearPig is the penultimate boss in South Park Let's Go Tower Defense Play!, on the level "Mountain Pass". The next day Stan, feeling sorry for Al Gore, convinces Cartman, Kyle and Kenny to go hunting with him for ManBearPig in the cave of winds. In Season Ten, his new look included a blueish gray shirt and brown tie. Al Gore is on the hunt for ManBearPig once again, but he needs your help tracking him down. His role in the overarching storyline is never explained. Précédent Suivant. Dressed as ManBearPig, he fails to scare the boys yet warns them that next time it could be the real ManBearPig. Later, he brutally mauls two children outside South Park Elementary, though Officer Yates assumes the cause of death is another school shooting. ManBearPig continues to terrorize South Park. Al Gore gives a presentation about ManBearPig. apparence Modifier. South Park Archives is a FANDOM TV Community. Despite this, he will still appear at the ending cutscene where he peaks behind the three boys. Unfortunately, Al Gore accidentally causes a cave in, but he falsely believes it to be ManBearPig, and flees the cave with the tour. The left side of his face is fully covered in blood. Al Gore gives a presentation to the students of South Park Elementary, in which he claims that the creature walks the Earth alone and doesn't care who you are or what you did, he simply wants to get you. He quickly gets out his gun and begins to shoot the walls. Suit It is immediately revealed to be Al Gore in disguise attempting to spread awareness of ManBearPig. According to Gore, this "half man, half bear, half pig" roams the Earth alone, trying to get you. ABOUT. Wiki. Initially, he is described by Al Gore as being a half man, half bear and half pig and was thought by many to be fake, but was proven to be real in Imaginationland, Episode II, and later in Time To Get Cereal. Outside, the rescue team seems content that nothing could have survived the flood, and Al Gore quietly celebrates believing that he has "killed ManBearPig once and for all". South Park: The Stick of Truth Summary : Earn your place alongside Stan, Kyle, Kenny and Cartman and aid them in a hysterical adventure to save South Park as only fourth-graders can.