In Popular CultureEdit
•In an episode of Daria titled Depth Takes a Holiday, Cupid is the embodiment of Valentine's Day. He has the ability to ring out a person's romantic feelings just by talking in a deep voice and playing sensual music out of nowhere. Despite carrying a quiver with bows and arrows, he uses a remote control to make people fall in love. • In the South Park episode Cartman Finds Love, Cartman envisions a Cupid-version of himself who is his partner in matchmaking. Cartman and his Cupid-self have a playful, flirtatious relationship. When he's angry, Cartman beats his Cupid-self to death, but as he's just a thought-form the deaths are only temporary. It's heavily implied that Cupid-Cartman is Cartman's unstable imagination running wild.