|This article's content is marked as Mature|
The page Mature contains mature content that may include coarse language, sexual references, and/or graphic violent images which may be disturbing to some. Mature pages are recommended for those who are 18 years of age and older.
If you are 18 years or older or are comfortable with graphic material, you are free to view this page. Otherwise, you should close this page and view another page.
|“||You better pray I never get out of juvenile hall. You better ALL pray!||„|
|~ Young Trent swearing vengeance on his classmates.|
|“||Don't tell me that! I heard about the things you've done! But there were no magical Christmas adventures with talking poo for me! I didn't get to fight a huge mechanized Barbra Streisand like you did! No accidental trips to Afghanistan for Trent Boyett!||„|
|~ Trent Boyett to Kyle and the boys.|
Trenton “Trent” Boyett is the main antagonist of the episode "Pre-School" of South Park.
He was voiced by Trey Parker.
Trent was a boy who used to go to South Park Elementary. In preschool, he was a bully who was never avuncular to younger kids and relished in igniting property. Knowing this, a younger Stan, Kyle, Cartman, and Kenny, wanting to play a game of Firemen, dared him to start a fire in the classroom so that they would put it out with their urine. However, things didn't go as planned, and the fire spread. Their teacher, Ms. Clairidge, was badly burned trying to put the fire out herself, forcing her into a futuristic device that only allowed her to communicate with a blinking light (that she had to blink once to say yes and twice to say no). Trent was arrested for the arson and alleged attempted murder, but not before he vowed revenge on the boys, who refused to admit to their own guilt and allowed him to take the fall.
Five years passed, and he was released from juvenile hall, tougher than ever before and out for revenge on the four boys. The first thing he did was beat up Butters (who had previously also known about Trent's innocence, but had said nothing out of fear of being grounded by his parents) as a warning to Stan, Kyle, Cartman, and Kenny, who had already learned of his release. Needing protection from him, they hired the sixth-graders to be their bodyguards, but they wouldn't unless they could get a picture of Stan's mother, Sharon's, breasts. Eventually, since they found the idea too difficult to pull off, they disguised Cartman's buttcheeks as a pair of breasts, which surprisingly worked, leading them to agree to protect them. Later, they encountered Trent off-screen, and he defeated them all effortlessly, landing them all in the hospital.
Eventually, the boys decided that they had no other choice but to turn to Stan's sister, Shelly, who was usually mean to them. Stan confessed all to her, and though she softened slightly toward him and took pity on his fear of Trent, she wouldn't protect him or the other boys unless they also confessed to Ms. Clairidge that the fire was their fault. They go find Ms. Clairidge, whose machine had broken down on a crosswalk, and apologized to her, intending to admit to their guilt. However, before they could, Trent found them. He told them of the rough life he had to endure, and that they got to live normal lives and have amazing adventures while he was locked up in juvenile hall. After his speech, he prepared to attack them, but Cartman, who had taken his mother's taser for protection, fired it at him, but it hit Ms. Clairidge, causing a chain reaction that caused her chair to charge up, crash into several objects in the immediate area, and ultimately catch on fire again.
Once again, Trent was blamed for the incident, and the boys, showing that they had learned nothing from the whole thing, happily allowed him to take the blame (despite Ms. Clairidge herself even attempting to tell the police that he was not responsible by blinking her light twice when asked if he had done it, which was taken as her saying yes twice rather than just saying no), and he was sent back to juvenile hall. The boys all celebrated, knowing it would be another five years before they would have to worry about seeing him again.