“I like your funny words, magic man!”
― JFK, Clone High: Season 1: Episode 9: Raisin The Stakes: A Rock Opera In Three Acts
JFK is a character created by Phil Lord, Christopher Miller, and Bill Lawrence, and modded in by CartoDarko. A while after the mod was made Carto was contacted by BagelBandit087, resulting in a full JFK week, complete with songs and dialogue. JFK is shown to be one of the most popular students at Clone High. He is the teenaged clone of the original John F. Kennedy. He is shown to be on the basketball team, the track team, and field team. He speaks with mannerisms which mainly consist of pausing mid-sentence to fill the gaps with the words "er" and "uh". Are you really gonna let this stammering idiot take Girlfriend?
JFK is 6'0, and is usually seen in a red long sleeve polo shirt with a white stripe, tight khaki pants, brown loafers and socks. He has tall, full brown hair and a muscular physique. His eyes are slanted and are arc-shaped, but open to full circle shapes when he is shocked, excited or infuriated.
In the early development of the show, JFK's original appearance was more proportional, and appeared as a direct caricature of Kennedy. He wore the same outfit from his original character design in the TV series.
- JFK, Abe, and Gandhi are the three main male characters, whose clone fathers were all assassinated.
- JFK's appearance in early concept art for the show was far closer to the real Kennedy's appearance, but was changed for a more exaggerated and simplified look.
- JFK has a tattoo of him and Ponce De Leon, as shown in "Litter Kills: Litterally", which was never seen before, or at any time after this point (much like Ponce himself).
- The infamous quote of JFK proclaiming "Nothing bad ever happens to the Kennedys" just before his car flips over is a reference to the Kennedy curse, a supposed curse on the Kennedy family that has seemingly led to several of its members being killed, horribly injured or left in other negative situations.
- He references the curse again in Litter Kills: Litterally when he mentions to Abe how he, as a Kennedy, isn't "accustomed to tragedy". Clearly, Abe is unaware of the curse, and its implications by the media in relation to his clone father's tragic fate.
- In late 2020, he became a meme on the app TikTok because of his accent and personality.
- While "Ur A G' Ol Flag" and "Clone High" are references to songs within the show, "Cancellation" is entirely new.
Ur A G' Ol Flag DialogueGirlfriend: Ugh...
Clone High DialogueJFK: Let's see what you're really made of!