FAMOUS POO CHARACTER from South
In the television series South Park, Mr. Hankey, the "Christmas Poo", voiced by Trey Parker, is a scatological counterpart to Santa Claus but with the lighthearted flair of 1960s-era Rankin & Bass holiday specials. He emerges from the toilet bowl on Christmas Eve and brings presents to good boys and girls whose diet has been high in fiber. He is especially close to Kyle, consoling him during his Christmas-Hannukah depression and generally appears to help the boys out with something or gives them advice. He is sometimes invisible to the adults on the show, although he often leaves a trail behind that is attributed by the adults to antisocial behavior by Kyle. Due to his physical state, he can only emerge from the sewers during the Christmas season or he will dry up and die. In one episode where Mr. Hankey is revived from near death, it is revealed that Chef's Chocolate Salty Balls have healing qualities. Mr. Hankey has appeared in at least four Christmas episodes, and inspired an actual retail CD Mr. Hankey's Christmas Classics in which he has his own theme song. In one episode, he departed from the Christmas theme to drive a snooty indy film festival out of town with a tornado made of sewage. His trademark line is "Howdy-ho!"