Snakeman is a resident of Dougal County. He is often seen having relations with Krystal or eating other residents, which have included screen characters and minor characters such as the Mexicans. His origins are unknown, but strange creatures are common in Dougal County.
Although he never talks, Snakeman is often seen interacting with the other characters through hissing.
Snakeman has never had a prominent role. He is instead seen in events as a bystander rather than being directly involved but will have his moments where he does become part of the story, like being the person with whom Krystal has an affair.
Snakeman has done a couple of crimes in Dougal County, for example, he is seen eating people, he was arrested in the pilot episode, he has eaten the town's sheriff a few times, he had a court sentence for eating his kids off-screen in "Stop, Jammer Time", he was locked in prison in the 22 minute episode "Dove In An Iron Cage".
Despite having no talking ability, Snakeman has been able to understand the speech of others. He can also play chess and served in the jury for the Baby Death Trap trial. He has also participated in Early's hog hunting farm and is likely able to read as he attended the book fair to see Dean Koontz in the episode "The Liar, the Bitch and the Bored Rube".
- "This Show Is Called Squidbillies" (Debut)
- "Take This Job & Love It"
- "School Days, Fool Days"
- "Office Politics Trouble"
- "Giant Foam Dickhat Trouble"
- "Meth O.D. to My Madness"
- "Asses to Ashes, Sluts to Dust"
- "Bubba Trubba"
- "Burned and Reburned Again" (Flashback)
- "Survival of the Dumbest" (Cameo)
- "A Sober Sunday"
- "Sharif" (Skeleton)
- "The Appalachian Mud Squid: Darwin's Dilemma"
- "The Okaleechee Dam Jam"
- "Pile M for Murder"
- "Mud Days and Cornfused"
- "The Liar, the Bitch and the Bored Rube"
- "God's Bro"
- "Velvet Messiah"
- "The Big E"
- "Stop, Jammer Time"
- "Thou Shale Not Drill"
- "Hetero-Cephalo Agenda"
- "A Walk To Dignity"
- "Granny Hotfoot"
- "Dove In An Iron Cage"
- "The War on the War on Christmas" (Latest Appearance)
- Snakeman looks very similar to Rusty Cuyler.
- This could mean that Snakeman is related to Rusty, due to the hair and skin color, Since he was involved in the three-way with Early and Krystal which led to Rusty's conception.
- Snakeman used to be a common character in the series when it started, however in the later seasons he rarely appears at all.
- Season 5, Season 7, Season 10 & Season 12 are the only seasons in the show, where Snakeman doesn't appear in.