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Clyde Donovan from South Park

Clyde Donovan (voiced primarily by Trey Parker) is a student at South Park Elementary and part of Craig‘s gang on the long-running animated series South Park.  He is considered the “second fattest kid” after Eric Cartman.  Clyde has messy brown hair and is typically seen in a red coat with blue trim and often wears matching blue mittens.  Finding an exact match for his jacket can be tricky, but you can emulate his costuming by using a blue scarf and tucking it in at the front.

Craig Tucker from South Park

Craig Tucker (voiced by Matt Stone) is a character on the long-running Comedy Central series South Park. Craig is the leader of Craig’s Gang, which includes his friend Clyde Donovan.  Craig wears a blue hat and matching jacket with high-waisted black pants he has adopted in more recent seasons. Craig is portrayed as stoic and mature and along with his eventual boyfriend Tweek Tweak is one of the only openly gay characters on the show.  To recreate his signature hat, you may need to get a little crafty with either some thread or a glue gun to affix blue ties and a yellow pompom to a blue hat.

Joel from Mystery Science Theater 3000

In the not too distant future, there lives a man named Joel Robison, who is the main character of Mystery Science Theater 3000. He works at Gizmonic Institute as the janitor. His evil bosses shoot him into space and force him to watch cheesy science fiction movies. To try and remain sane, he builds sentient robots from old spaceship parts. Two of these bots, Crow and Tom Servo, watch the movies with Joel, and they all make wisecracks at the bad acting and storylines. The other two bots, GPC and Cambot, run production and camerawork. Joel is the first human test subject, and appears in the first 107 episodes before Mike takes his place.

Too Much Tuna Guys from Kroll Show

Too Much Tuna Guys from Kroll Show

On Kroll Show and the Oh, Hello Show, George St. Geegland (Nick Mulaney) and Gil Faizon (Nick Kroll) are the hosts of a public access television prank show called “Too Much Tuna”. On “Too Much Tuna”, these two elderly New Yorkers serve unsuspecting victims an extra large serving of tuna in their tuna fish sandwiches. For this costume, you’ll need an abundance of turtlenecks, corduroy, and tuna salad.

Wendy Testaburger

Wendy Testaburger is Stan Marsh’s main squeeze. She’s mature for her age and not afraid to go against the grain. Her refined look, especially for a 4th grader, includes a pink beret, a purple coat, and yellow trousers.