Gregory of Yardale
Gregory of Yardale
|Voiced by||Trey Parker|
|First Appearance||South Park: Bigger, Longer, Uncut|
Gregory is an intelligent and sophisticated blonde-haired boy who transferred to South Park elementary after attending school at Yardale, where he held a 4.0 gradepoint average. He speaks with an English accent, and has a beautiful singing voice. His only appearance has been in the movie South Park: Bigger, Longer, Uncut.
Gregory displays an array of talents beyond intelligence, including ice skating and planning covert operations. He is polished and uppity in personality, acting condescendingly towards all except Wendy. He refers to the other students at South Park elementary as "rogues", and appears to have no interest in the popular vulgar movie "Terrance and Phillip: Asses of Fire".
During the film, the children of South Park all attend a resistance meeting which Stan names "La Resistance". While Stan struggles to outline a useful movement, Gregory is quick to take over the meeting with a plan of his own, complete with maps and a prompt but precise plan. It is then that he takes the lead in the song "La Resistance", which becomes part of the medley of "Blame Canada".
Though Gregory's religion is not explicitly stated, he does tell the other children that "God has smiled upon [them] this day", which insinuates some sort of Christian affiliation.
During the La Resistance meeting, Gregory makes mention of needing "someone who has done this sort of thing before", and advises Stan, Kyle, and Cartman to seek the assistance of a boy called "Ze Mole". Though Gregory and the Mole's exact relationship is not explained in the movie, the original script quotes Mole as saying to Gregory "So... we must free more Canadian prisoners?", insinuating that they have been working together in the anti-war effort before La Resistance.
Gregory displays an affection for Wendy, eagerly telling Stan that he and Wendy had been "Skating all morning, laughing, and talking of memories past." His affection is in vain, however, because Wendy chooses to be with Stan after the war.