Kyle Broflovski (seasons 1-19, 21-present)
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Kyle Broflovski is one of the two tritagonists characters of the adult animated television series, South Park, along with Kenny McCormick. Based on co-creator Matt Stone, Kyle is a member of the few Jewish families in South Park. He is often noted for this, as well as his intelligence.
Why He Learns Something Everyday
- He's one of the most iconic and famous South Park characters.
- He's also a very smart and A+ student in school and he has a lot of useful and trivial talents.
- He has a positive attitude and he's always willing to help his friends out when he needs to.
- He's super caring and always polite to his friends and he also believes in working as a team too.
- He loves to study, sing, dance and play video games during his free time.
- Particularly in seasons 1-4, his voice is cute and like Kenny and Butters, some want to give him a hug.
- He's also super caring to his family and he's willing to protect his mom. Despite him kicking Ike in the past episodes, he loves and cares for his little brother very much.
- Speaking of which, his brotherly relationship with Ike is very underrated.
- His rivalry with Cartman never gets old.
- His voice actor, Matt Stone, does an awesome and terrific job at providing his voice.
- In fact, he's even based on his voice actor too.
- He's also got some awesome quotes like "I learned something today.", the famous "Kick the baby!" whenever he's about to kick Ike, and "You bastards!" whenever Kenny dies.
- Like all South Park characters, he's got a cute and unforgettable design.
- When something goes wrong, Kyle still maintains as a brave and independent young boy who's determined to get the job done.
- He's true companions with his best friend Stan Marsh and their friendship is a fan-favorite trait.
- His alter-ego, Human Kite, is pretty cool.
- Despite all the anti-Semitic comments Cartman has made about him, Kyle still manages to put up with them and forgive him.
- Unlike Eric and Kenny, he, along with Stan and Butters were very unlikable in season 20.
- He tends to lose his temper whenever Eric insults him, picks on him and calls him a Jew. Though it's understandable for him to lose his temper since Eric usually starts the fights first.
- He laughed at the fact that Eric had Human Immunodeficiency Virus (which is no laughing matter).
- Although, Kyle mocking Eric for having HIV might be understandable, as Eric often insults Kyle just for being Jewish.
- He has some mean-spirited moments from time to time.
- Despite being the voice of reason, he can be defined as a bad friend when Stan (despite being his best friend), Eric, Kenny, Butters, Clyde, Token, Craig, Jimmy, Timmy, Kevin and Bradley are in trouble or sad.
- He was out-of-character for a good part of season twenty-one, specifically in "Super Hard PCness" where he acts like his mom.
- He has the dubious honor of being the boy with the most love disappointments in the group of boys.
- He was very unlikeable in "Stunning and Brave" when Eric wanted to start over and offered him the hand of friendship but Kyle blew him off even though Eric promised to never again rip on him for being Jewish.
- He also unfairly singled out Cartman in Ike's Wee Wee saying all of his friends were like family, except for Cartman which is unacceptable because Stan, Kyle, Cartman, and Kenny have been like brothers since the beginning.
- Again however, it can be understandable as Cartman always insults Kyle.