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What, what, WHAAAAT?!?!
~ Sheila Broflovski

Sheila Broflovski is Kyle's mother and a major character in South Park. However, she was a supporting antagonist in South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut.


Even though she means well, Sheila is a shameless control freak and morality-obsessed madwoman who constantly interferes with the town in ways that are often violent, dangerous, disastrous, prejudicial, temperamental, disadvantageous, destructive, harmful, and detrimental, she views kids as innocent and vulnerable (despite the kids of South Park often being smarter than the adults) and she thinks that even the slightest bit of controversial content will corrupt them.

To this end, she has staged a number of crazy stunts to "protect" the youth of South Park or force tolerance, often taking it to the extremes - she has even tried to declare all-out war on Canada (with the now famous song "Blame Canada") over the vulgar Terence and Phillip movie "Asses of Fire" during Bigger, Longer and Uncut, crossing the Moral Event Horizon. Her bigotry towards Canadian's outweighs even that of Cartman who has never shown any real racism towards Canada.

Sheila's constant ability to vex others and interfere has earned her much hatred from Cartman, who created a song to mock her entitled "Kyle's Mom's A Big Fat Bitch" (unfortunately for Cartman, Sheila's ability to interfere went beyond even his knowledge as she caught him singing the song and had him fitted with a V-chip to prevent him from swearing as punishment, much to his anger).

She is also very pretentious and delusional, as she thinks murder and torture is acceptable in order to eliminate vulgarity and toilet humour (despite using some of these herself). To this end, she had no qualms about setting guard dogs on Mole, ending his life. Even worse, she shot Terrance & Phillip point blank despite knowing she could have easily hit one of the kids accidently. Although Sheila does no villainous acts for monetary gain or power and has her loved ones best interest at heart, she can't stand being challenged, indicating severe narcissism. An example of this is her personal murder of Terrence & Phillip as it was fueled when people began to realize Kyle was right and she was not. Also, she went into a maniacal rage when Kyle refused to come out of Stan's room and again when he and Ike locked her in the pantry. In all instances, she refused to listen to her son.


  • Out of all the antagonists in the South Park franchise, she arguably has the most well-meaning intentions.