Scott Hardie | March 4, 2004
Your mission, should you choose to accept it: Create yourself as a South Park character and send me the image at webmaster@celebritygoogame.com. I'll post them here. (There are instructions on that page for capturing the image.) Mine:

Scott Hardie | March 4, 2004
Erik Bates:

Scott Hardie | March 4, 2004
Matthew Preston:

Scott Hardie | March 4, 2004
Matt sent in Kevin Fiore:

Scott Hardie | March 4, 2004
Lori Lancaster:

Scott Hardie | March 4, 2004
Lori sent in her husband Ray:

Scott Hardie | March 4, 2004
Denise submitted herself and Jeff Flom:


Scott Hardie | March 4, 2004
Just for fun, I created sets for Fin du Siècle and The Weekly Curiosity. (This is fun! I can't help myself!)

Scott Hardie | March 4, 2004
John E Gunter:

Jackie Mason | March 4, 2004
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Scott Hardie | March 5, 2004
Email it as an attachment to webmaster@celebritygoogame.com, please.

Scott Hardie | March 5, 2004
Dave Mitzman:

Scott Hardie | March 5, 2004
Steve West:

Scott Hardie | March 5, 2004
Dave Stoppenhagen:

Anna Gregoline | March 5, 2004
I tried this last night, but wasn't happy with my result. The hair options, mostly. I'll try again, but I don't think my parody of myself will be as funny as some of these boy ones.

Jackie Mason | March 5, 2004
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Scott Hardie | March 5, 2004
WordPad can take it. You'll have to send along the entire screen in a RTF document, but I can crop it down.

Lori Lancaster | March 6, 2004
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Scott Hardie | March 6, 2004
Jackie:

Denise Sawicki | March 6, 2004
Lori, it's meant to be tomato sauce. I'm messy. Yeah, I couldn't really find appropriate hair for my person either but I still say that at least *parts* of my hair are actually blonde...

Scott Hardie | March 8, 2004
D. R. submitted himself and Angela René Rehn:


Scott Hardie | March 11, 2004
Anna Gregoline:

Scott Hardie | March 12, 2004
Melissa Erin:

Anna Gregoline | March 12, 2004
Somehow I turned tanner-looking than Melissa. This is a dread mistake.

Melissa Erin | March 12, 2004
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Anna Gregoline | March 12, 2004
I still bet you are tanner than me. That picture just appears whiter because of better lighting.

Scott Hardie | March 12, 2004
My question is: Will we see Kris Weberg, Mike Eberhart, Anthony Lewis, or Steve Dunn visit South Park?

Anna Gregoline | March 12, 2004
It's hard to imagine Kris Weberg with such a round body and head - that guy is all angles, literally and figuratively.

Scott Hardie | August 1, 2004
Scott Horowitz:

Anthony Lewis | September 14, 2004
Gimme a few days.

Scott Hardie | September 22, 2004
Mike Eberhart:

Mike Eberhart | September 22, 2004
Well, there you have it. I did my best to create my character. So now I'm in South Park..... :)

Anna Gregoline | September 22, 2004
Ready to kill us all, I see. =)

Lori Lancaster | September 22, 2004
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John E Gunter | September 22, 2004
My South Park guy has weapons to Mike, you just can't see them. ;-)

John

Mike Eberhart | September 22, 2004
Yeah, I thought it fit me pretty well. All the people in my office call me Psycho Mike, so I thought, what the heck.

Jackie Mason | September 22, 2004
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Scott Horowitz | September 22, 2004
Hey!!! I am much cooler than Butters. I don't have things inserted in my rectum to stop me from pooping in public. :-p

Erik Bates | September 23, 2004
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Scott Hardie | September 12, 2005
Russ Wilhelm:

Amy Austin | September 13, 2005
OMG, the resemblance on most of these is downright scary! ;-DDDDD I guess I know what Russ Wilhelm looks like now -- but I still maintain that submitting a photo would be the honorable thing to do... simple goo/warfare etiquette dictates it!!!

Scott Hardie | September 13, 2005
Why don't you submit one too, Amy?

New address: (link)

Amy Austin | September 13, 2005
Sure... I've been playing around with it, and I even made one of Ed, too -- but can't figure out how to save it! I guess it's me and my laptop, but right-clicking doesn't always give the desired menu... I only have touchpad controls. Did have an optical mouse, until the little angels/devils knocked my computer over and busted the USB transmitter! Any advice?

Jackie Mason | September 13, 2005
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Amy Austin | September 13, 2005
S'all right... I just decided to mail Scott the "fixin's" for me & Ed... easy enough (on my part) -- hopefully, he thinks the same! ;-)

Amy Austin | September 13, 2005
Woo hoo... I figured it out -- no need to bother with it now, Scott -- I *think* I can manage it from here...(???) ;-)

Mike Eberhart | September 13, 2005
Russ's South Park character is pretty accurate......

Lori Lancaster | September 13, 2005
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Scott Hardie | September 15, 2005
Amy Austin:





Amy also sent in E. M.:



Scott Hardie | September 15, 2005
Amy's different versions were created using both the original and an enhanced version that she found: (link) (Is there a way to delete an item of Stuff without deleting the whole person? It's frustrating me.)

Scott Horowitz | September 15, 2005
I didn't know that Ed was Asian....

Lori Lancaster | September 15, 2005
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Scott Horowitz | September 15, 2005
Now that made me laugh, Lori :)

Amy Austin | September 15, 2005
You dummies! That's "rockin' out" eyes -- can't you see the headset?!?! Geesh... It only looks chinkier because he's also got saggy eyes/old man crow's feet! It's like he always says, though: "It's not the years, baby -- it's the mileage!"

And to you, Lori, I say, "Puh-lease!" ;-D

Amy Austin | September 15, 2005
Oh, yeah, meant to answer Scott's question -- yes, you click on the feature you want to delete (as it appears on your creation, not in the menu), and a little command box will appear in the upper left hand corner. It contains an "X" for deletion and sometimes a little swap sides arrow so that you can move your accessories (such as the tropical drink in my hand) from one side to the other. Took me a few minutes to figure that one out, too! Hope this helps.

Also: shouldn't Russ's pic feature the Riddler on his tee, instead of Batman??? This would be far more representative of his current image of a question mark -- it's just too bad that it's not an option! (Hey, was "Batman" even an option anyway???)

Erik Bates | October 2, 2005
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