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|Species:||Hot Dogs (processed meat)|
|Gender:||Male and Female|
|Voiced by:|| J.G. Quintel|
William Salyers ("Exit 9B" only)
Tim Curry (leader)
|First appearance:||"Meat Your Maker"|
|Latest appearance:||"Exit 9B"|
They're just like normal hot dogs, only they were alive and desired to eat other living creatures who consumed hot dogs. The hot dogs are incredibly strong as they can punch through anything and grab and physically subdue living beings much bigger than they are.
The leader tricked Rigby by saying that it was their destiny to be taken to a barbecue so that they could be eaten. When everyone was about to cook them, though, they captured Mordecai, Benson, Pops, and Skips and began marinating them, saying that they were going to eat them and explaining they wished to do so as revenge for all of their brethren that had ever fallen to the barbecue.
When they were about to capture Rigby, he sprayed one of them with mustard. This prompted the other Hot Dogs to eat the mustard-covered Hot Dog, which was when Rigby found out their weakness was mustard, since they liked the taste. Rigby then sprayed the rest of them, resulting in the Hot Dogs cannibalizing each other until not one survived. Afterwards, Benson and the others were manipulated by Rigby into believing that they were the gourmet hot dogs that Benson had ordered online the day before and that it was Benson's fault (not Rigby's).
The Hot Dogs got revived by Garrett Bobby Ferguson Jr. to join the army of evil that wanted revenge on the show's heroes. One of the hot dogs proclaimed, "These cowards die tonight!" The Hot Dogs got sent back to the afterlife after Thomas signed the document that made the Park a historical landmark.