Originally a supporting character in the first two episodes of the series, the show's producers eventually viewed him as a breakout character. In " Believe in the Stars ", he states that he loves only two things: "everybody and television". Kenneth grew up in poverty ; in " Somebody to Love " he calls the Parcells "neither wealthy nor circumcised ";  in " Gavin Volure ", Kenneth states that he and his family "have eaten [their] share of rock soup and squirrel tail", but have also known "lean times" as well. Also in episode , during the end credits, we see a gravestone with Kenneth's birth date: May 27, In " Season 4 " he tells Jack that the Parcells have a hometown reputation for honesty, though in " Standards and Practices " Kenneth tells Liz Lemon that a Parcell man has never been addressed as "mister", except in an execution chamber. Kenneth has a close relationship with his mother; he considers her to be his best friend and credits her with his optimism; she taught him that no matter how bad things seem, there is always someone else having a worse day "like being stung by a bee , or getting a splinter, or being chained to a wall in someone's sex dungeon ".
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The hearse carrying the casket of slain Boulder police officer Eric Talley departs from Flatirons Community Church after a public funeral on Tuesday, March 30, , in Lafayette, Colo. Area first responders line the street as a procession of vehicles heads to Flatirons Community Church for the public funeral for Boulder police officer Eric Talley on Tuesday, March 30, , in Lafayette, Colo. Aubrey Wuest, 6, huddles under her hood from a cold wind while her brother Brody and mother Mackenzie Wuest wait for a procession of vehicle heading to Flatirons Community Church for the public funeral for Boulder police officer Eric Talley on Tuesday, March 30, , in Lafayette, Colo. Edwina Rose, of California, holds two American flags on the sidewalk after the funeral service for slain Boulder police officer Eric Talley on Tuesday, March 30, , in Lafayette, Colo. Area first responders stand at attention during the procession for slain Boulder officer Eric Talley before a public funeral service at Flatirons Community Church on Tuesday, March 30, , in Lafayette, Colo.
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