The proud owner of Skeeter's Bar and Cocktails, Skeeter is a red-haired, drunken redneck who usually hangs around his bar with his drinking buddies Randy Marsh, Jimbo Kern and others. He's most well known for his "We don't take too kindly to your types 'round here..." banter and for asking people who don't like America to "git out". He's known to attend - and sometimes lead - Town Hall meetings, as well as PTA meetings, and has a daughter. In addition to his work with the City Council and owning the bar, he's also a well-known protest leader, usually for conservative positions, such as leading the charge to free Hat McCullogh from prison, protesting in favor of the Iraq War and multiple protests against gay rights, though he has relaxed that position since. He also drinks gluten-free Pabst Blue Ribbon and is involved in anger management therapy.
When the town gentrified, he closed down the old Skeeter's Bar & Cocktail and opened the new and improved Skeeter's Wine Bar just down the street, where he tended the bar himself.
- "We don't take kindly to your types in here!"
- "If you don't like America, then you can GIT OUT!" (I'm a Little Bit Country)
- "Well, I'm a little bit country..." (I'm a Little Bit Country)
- "We don't take kindly to folks who impose their authority on the underprivileged!" (Naughty Ninjas)
- "Now this here is a dry Riesling. You're gonna experience vanilla aftertones and a nutty finish..." (Truth and Advertising)
Skeeter's relationship with his family is completely unknown, as he has only been shown with his daughter once. It is unknown if he has a wife.
Skeeter leads and knows many of the town's diverse redneck population, and seems to be friendly with both his Bartender employee and nearby Tuong Lu Kim, the proprietor of City Wok. Though these relationships can be strained when Skeeter is angry or leading protests,
- Cartman's Mom Is A Dirty Slut (s01e13; debut; cameo)
- Sexual Harassment Panda (s03e06; speaking debut)
- Cripple Fight (s05e03)
- Free Hat (s06e09)
- I'm a Little Bit Country (s07e01)
- South Park Is Gay (s07e08)
- Good Times With Weapons (s08e01)
- Something Wall-Mart This Way Comes (s08e09; cameo)
- Die Hippie, Die (s09e02)
- Mystery of the Urinal Deuce (s10e09)
- Night of the Living Homeless (s11e07)
- More Crap (s11e09)
- Margaritaville (s13e03)
- 201 (s14e06; cameo)
- Sarcastaball (s16e08; cameo)
- Insecurity (s16e10)
- Cock Magic (s18e08; cameo)
- The City Part of Town (s19e03; cameo)
- You're Not Yelping (s19e04; mentioned)
- Tweek x Craig (s19e06)
- Naughty Ninjas ([s19e07)
- Truth and Advertising (s19e09)
Skeeter appears as a merchant in his bar, with the Bartender, drinking a Pabst Blue Ribbon and initially insulting the player, insisting he will only trust him if the player enters the basement and defeat a number of rats for him. If the player succeeds in this quest, Skeeter and the Bartender will add them on Facebook and become more friendly. The game also reveals he is in anger management therapy. He's also present at the Town Hall meetings.
Skeeter later makes a Facebook post about how killing the rats has allowed the roaches to multiply.
- He has owned his bar, Skeeter's Bar and Cocktails since at least Season 13 - before then, it was known only as the Bar, or the South Park Bar. In "You're Not Yelping", he is mentioned as the owner, but the bar is now called Skeeter's Wine Bar and in a different location than it was in previous episodes.
- "Tweek x Craig" is the first episode where we see Skeeter tending to the bar himself, though only after the move to the new location.
- He is one of the only adult characters from the show's earlier seasons who's appearance has not been touched up or tweaked - his look hasn't changed since his introduction in Season 3!
Myths & Legends
Even though Skeeter's never been seen interacting directly with any of his family members on-screen, there are clues/references to their relations:
- In "Good Times With Weapons", Skeeter mentions not knowing how to explain sexual matters to his daughter, while sitting next to Red. As the other children are sitting next to their parents, this means Skeeter is her father.
- Skeeter also bares a resemblance to Thomas Tucker - ginger hair, tall, short legs - they also have/had nearly identical voices, provided by Matt Stone. Many fans have speculated that the two are brothers, cousins or otherwise related. They are seen together in "South Park Is Gay" and "Insecurity".
- In addition to the above, he appears with Craig's Dad, Jimmy's Dad and Tweek's Dad in "South Park is Gay" while Jason is with Jimmy, Tweek and Craig, possibly indicating a relation to Jason, though it may be coincidental.