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Beauregard Poulet
Beauregard Poulet
Gender Male
Animal Dog
Hair color Grey
Complexion Brown
Cartoon debut "Sue Ellen Chickens Out"

Beauregard Poulet is the advertising character of the fast-food chain Chickin Lickin'. He is an elderly man with a beard wearing a blue-grey suit and hat, a white shirt with a black string tie, and he speaks with a Southern accent.

According to a Chickin Lickin' commercial, Beauregard Poulet got a secret recipe for chicken from his dad 45 years ago[1]. When Sue Ellen meets him in "Sue Ellen Chickens Out" to persuade him not to buy the Sugar Bowl and turn it into a Chickin Lickin, she finds out that the man is an actor and that Beauregard Poulet is not a real person.

Trivia[]

  • He is a parody of Colonel Sanders from KFC, who unlike Beauregard Poulet, was a real person though much of his public image was an act.
  • In For the Birds, the closed captioning misspells his name as "Beaurigard Poulet".
  • Poulet means "chicken" in French.
    • Beauregard is a valise word for beau regard, which means "beautiful gaze" in French.

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References[]

  1. "And this here is the very porch where my daddy gave me the secret recipe for his Chickin Lickin' chicken. That was forty-five years ago." - "Sue Ellen Chickens Out"
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