|South Park character|
|Voiced by||Trey Parker|
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Kyle Herschel Schwartz is a character in the series South Park. He is Kyle Broflovski's cousin. He is from Connecticut, but moved to New York until "The Losing Edge". He is voiced by Trey Parker. Kyle Schwartz has a goofy looking appearance with a fat head and small mouth. He has heavy breathing due to asthma along with bad eyesight for which he has large glasses.
His first appearance was in "The Entity" when he had to stay with Kyle and his family since his mother was in the hospital.
He is a stereotypical Jew (hypochondria, poor athleticism and being good with money), unlike Kyle, who was worried about his anti-semitic friend Cartman, whom he feared would constantly make fun of him. Kyle (Broflovski) then offered Cartman $40.00 not to make fun of Kyle (Schwartz). Cartman initially tried to comply with the agreement, but when Cartman makes a concentration camp joke in class, he blows the deal.
Kyle (Schwartz) stated that Kyle (Broflovski) should have tried to get away with paying him $12.50. Angered by his ingratitude and personal quirks, the boys help Kyle (Broflovski) try to get rid of him. They tried to teach him to sled (they tied the sled to a bus headed for Connecticut), played hide and seek in the airport (and was put in a box and placed on a plane to Antarctica) and left in the woods. He nevertheless kept returning to the Broflovski home. In the end his mother's condition improves, and he decides to go home after receiving $5,000,000 from an investment bailout to the airlines. The boys suddenly see dollar signs and try to convince him to stay, but Kyle Schwartz replied by saying that he couldn't stand how everyone in South Park was a stereotypical hillbilly jock redneck.
Kyle also appears in "Red Sleigh Down", where he calculated how many presents Cartman would get for Christmas (concluding that he would still owe two presents even if he found a cure for cancer and AIDS before Christmas), and "The Losing Edge", where the boys playing on the South Park baseball team, had to get the worst person they could find (Kyle Schwartz) to play for them because they did not want to qualify for a tournament.
His voice is based on Tony Curtis's impression of Cary Grant in the movie Some Like It Hot. Tony Curtis's real name is Bernard Schwartz, which may explain Kyle's surname.
His worrisome manner is very similar to that of Mort Goldman of Family Guy, who incidentally is also Jewish and has a similar appearance.