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Although Stan usually spends most of his time with Kyle, there have been episodes where he has spent time with Canon relationship. Friends. They had fought little big in You're Getting Old and Ass burger but they had managed to reconcile each other. But in the late episodes of. Kyle Broflovski Gender Male Age 9 Hair Color Red/Auburn Occupation Student 6 Family; 7 Relationships; 8 Super Best Friend; 9 Best Friend; 10 Arch Rival Kyle and his super best friend, Stan, are there to provide the voice of reason and .
Everyone else hugs once. In "The China Probrem," after coming to terms with witnessing the rape of Indiana Jones, Stan bursts into tears and hugs Kyle, exclaiming while doing so "I love you! He admits that he had been a shitty friend and missed him, and wanted Kyle to come with him. Kyle declines, saying that he's with Cartman Burger now, which Stan angrily replies, "C'mon Kyle, this is about you and me, remember?!
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Stan curses at him, in which he sighs and walks away. He then pleads, "Kyle, I love you! Which Stan repeats, "I love you In "Crack Baby Athletic Association", Kyle tries very hard to justify his doings to Stan throughout the episode, even going as far as appearing in Stan's room at night while the other is sleeping just to talk to him. Stan does not seem interested. Popularity Style is one of the most popular pairings in the fandom, particularly with the female fans, alongside Kyman and Creek.
There are many fanarts and fanfiction dedicated the pair on many websites, including international ones. Up until Season 11, substantially more Style fanfiction existing than any other pairing in South Park, and there are anecdotal reports of Style shipping as far back as As the Slash subfandom has become more dominant over the fandom, however, it has found itself increasingly one of several popular pairings.
However, the pairing increasingly has a rivalry and conflict with fans of the Kyman pairing and social media sites such as Tumblr are rife with fans of each pairing criticizing the others' ships for different reasons. Debates Dominance Practicing gymnastics in the episode, "Quintuplets " A debate that has gone on for a while between fans of the pairing is which of the two is the "dominant" one. One side of the debate places Stan as the "dominant" one in their relationship because of Kyle's compassionate personality, often portraying Stan as more of a "jock" and Kyle as the nerd, leading the assumption that Stan to be the "dominant" one and Kyle the "passive" one.
Although this doesn't quite make sense as Kyle has shown athletic ability with basket ball a sport he triumphs over Stan with and other sports as well.
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It is also odd considering Kyle is the more aggressive of the two in general, especially in regards to his temper. Kyle as well hates his cousin's stereotypical nerdiness. The other possibility is Kyle as the dominant one, due to the perception Kyle is more cynical with the perceived stronger mind, whereas Stan is often portrayed as very sensitive.
When developing the character, Parker recalled there being only one Jewish student in his entire hometown of Conifer, Coloradoand described her as being "the token Jewish person".
From the show's second episode, " Weight Gain " season one, Kyle, like all other characters on the show, has been animated using computer software, though he is presented to give the impression that the show still utilizes its original technique. The rare instances in which he is shown without his cap, he has a bright red-to-auburn Jewfro.
His hat and hairstyle were influenced by those of James Humphrey, a character whom Matt Stone portrayed in the film Cannibal! Like his friends, Kyle is foul-mouthed as a means for Parker and Stone to display how they claim young boys really talk when they are alone. Kyle often displays the highest moral standard of all the boys and is usually depicted as the most intelligent. This has resulted in both his eagerness to fit in, and his resentment and frustration.
Hankeyan anthropomorphic piece of feces who emerges from the sewer to spread Christmas cheer. After watching The Passion of the Christa shameful Kyle suddenly felt that Cartman's anti-Semitism was justified, and suggested to angry members of his synagogue that the Jews apologize for the death of Jesus.
Cultural impact[ edit ] Kyle's depiction on the show has drawn both praise and criticism from the Jewish community.
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The book South Park and Philosophy: Devlin references the teachings of Socrates and Friedrich Nietzsche when describing Kyle's role in the show. Stan says that he would like to play along with s theme, but he doesn't want to look like a dork in front of his girlfriend, which Wendy expressed her appreciation at.
When Stan goes to save Kenny from the terrorists, he tells Wendy to look away, as he has to role-play as an s settler to save Kenny, basically appearing as a dork. However, Stan did nothing about it. He may have not interfered because he knew Wendy could take care of herself and her motive was justified. Bridon can have whatever girl he wants.
This is worth noting because this is the first time Stan did not throw up, although this may have been because he was so anxious, also noteworthy that this is their first kiss on screen in the TV series, their only one before then was in the movie. Wendy asks Stan if he wants to study together in "Eat, Pray, Queef", but she is turned down. In "Butters' Bottom Bitch", when Butters asks Wendy if she wants to join his "kissing company", Stan lashes out at Butters, aggressively threatening to kick his ass if he calls Wendy a bitch.
Later, Stan also quietly listened to Wendy yelling at him, possibly berating him for turning Butters into a pimp. However, Wendy seemed untroubled by Cartman insults. In "You Have 0 Friends", Wendy tells Stan to change his profile information on his newly created Facebook page to "In a Relationship", as she was quite upset over it being listed as "Single". She told him to add her as a friend, too. Later in the episode, she jealously mistook Stan's grandmother's friend Susan, as a girl flirting with Stan by commenting that he looked cute in an old photo of a young Stan in a rabbit costume.
Stan angrily yelled at her that she is incorrect about thinking Stan is cheating on her. How they ended this fight did not happen on-screen. In "Ass Burgers", Wendy is worried about Stan's negative attitude then runs off to Kyle, begging for him to join her in trying to psychologically help Stan out of his cynicism.
They are shown to share a picnic together at the end of the episode. She later joined a group that Stan had put together to shut down Eavesdropper.
In "The Hobbit", Stan asks Wendy for an updated photo, because the other girls had photoshopped their pictures. Wendy is furious by this and starts yelling at Stan and pointing out his 'short legs' and her faults, as well as faults of other girls, before they and Mr Mackey appear. In an unseen moment in "Go Fund Yourself" Stan had dumped her to pursue his business.
The business falls through and the boys are pariahs for telling everyone to "go fuck themselves.
In "Skank Hunt" Wendy breaks up with Stan though not by her choice after Skankhunt42's actions and the girls and boys starting a war. They are initially on neutral terms until Butters and the other boys bar Stan and Kyle protest to the national anthem by pulling their pants down and saluting with a straight arm. They then seem to side with their respective genders. The meet is interrupted when Butters calls Stan a traitor and "presses pickle" on the window.
What happened after that is unknown. As of "South Park: The Fractured But Whole" they appear to have gotten back together, as evident by the fact that they are listed as dating on the character chart and their continuous flirtatious dialogue between them when they are on the battlefield together as well as Stan referring to her as "his Call Girl" and Wendy referring to him as "her Toolshed.
Despite some controversy regarding their attitude and actions, Stan and Wendy's relationship remains highly popular, being set as one of the most critically approved in an animated cartoon. Trivia Edit Many fans have wondered if this is a true pairing because Stan and Wendy never kissed together and only Wendy has done so. Trey Parker has responded in one interview that Stan and Wendy kissed multiple times, when asked "Did Stan and Wendy ever kiss? This is a joke though, as Stone also said that "If you're dumb enough to look, you deserve to lose that much of your life".
Stendy is the only child pairing that has lasted more than one episode; it lasted from Seasons 1 to 7 and Seasons 12 to present. However, it is implied Kelley may have lasted longer than the one episode Kelly was in "Rainforest Schmainforest"as Kenny is mentioned as visiting his girlfriend in "Spontaneous Combustion".
As of Season 17, this has been debunked by confirmation that Token and Nichole's relationship has continued, and later by the canonization of Heiman and debatably Revin.