Leslie was an enticing, seductive girl at South Park Elementary who was often singled out during assemblies by Principal for not being able to keep her goddamn "piehole" shut during assemblies... even when she wasn't actually talking to anybody. Despite this 'issue', she had a notably quiet, calm voice when speaking. Jimmy Valmer was asked by Tom Pusslicker and some newsmen to speak to her... only to discover she was actually an advertisement. Though she and Jimmy became close, she ultimately betrayed him, sided with Nathan and then ran to Kyle Broflovski for help... and his social security number. She almost got away with it, too, if it wasn't for the town of South Park finding out the truth just in time - she was subsequently killed by PC Principal, and expelled.
But remember, the more we fight ads, the stronger they become...
She was usually seen speaking to an unamed girl during assemblies.
After being captured by the Newsmen, Jimmy questioned and became fond of Leslie, who played up her charm, and Jimmy helped her break out with Officer Barbrady... only to discovers she had planned to betray him all along. Leslie instead began working with Kyle, encouraging him to give a speech, but her lies resulted in her plot being exposed.
As mentioned, PC Principal can barely get through an assembly without telling Leslie to shut her fucking mouth. While the exact status of their relationship is unknown, evidence has surfaced there may be more between them than a trigger-happy principal and a trouble-making student. She thinks he's a dick.
The newspeople are also quite suspicious of her, especially their leader, Tom.
- Where My Country Gone? (s19e02; debut)
- Safe Space (s19e05)
- Tweek x Craig (s19e06)
- Naughty Ninjas (s19e07)
- Sponsored Content (s19e08; speaking debut)
- Truth and Avertising (s19e09; first identified as Leslie Meyers)
- PC Principal Final Justice (s19e10; death)
- She bares a VERY close resemblance to Carol's Older Daughter from the previous season as well as a background character who's been around since "Ginger Kids". All three are identical beyond their hair colors, creating a lot of confusion among South Park fans!
- Her design also has some similarities to classmate Jenny Simons.
- Her first speaking scenes in "Sponsored Content" parody a scene in the film Blade Runner where Harrison Ford's character questions a woman alone in a room -- leaving it to question if "she knows she's a replicant".