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Encyclopedia > List of characters in The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy

This is a list of characters from the American animated television series The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy. Image File history File links Acap. ... An animated series or cartoon series is a television series produced by means of animation. ... The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy, created by Maxwell Atoms, is an American animated television series that currently airs on Cartoon Network and Teletoon. ...

Main Characters

Grim Reaper

Voiced by: Greg Eagles Greg Eagles is the voice actor for Peter Stillman in Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty and is also the voice actor for the DARPA Chief Donald Anderson and the Ninja under the name George Byrd. ...


Grim is the Grim Reaper, a scythe-wielding skeleton in a black hooded robe. He is over 10,000 years old, speaks in a Jamaican accent, and was elected to his position when he was in middle school (though in one flash back he stumbled uppon his scythe and in another his mother and father gave him his scythe to start is career as the Grim Reaper). His scythe is the source of his powers and possesses many magical qualities, though he is still capable of using magic without it (these instances are rare). Death, personified is an anthropomorphic figure or a fictional character who has existed in mythology and popular culture since the earliest days of storytelling. ...


By losing a bet to Billy and Mandy, he was fated to be their "best friend" forever, but the children treat him more like a slave. He often is forced to do their chores and create supernatural fun for them. Grim enjoys all kinds of chaos, despair, torture, and many other dark things. He attends children's martial arts classes. Grim is slowly adapting to modern life, and is usually seen, in his free time, watching television. For other uses, see Supernatural (disambiguation). ...


Billy

Voiced by: Richard Steven Horvitz Richard Steven Horvitz, sometimes credited as Richard S. Horvitz, Richard Horvitz or Richard Wood (born on July 29, 1966 in Los Angeles, California) is an American actor and voice actor. ...


Billy is an extremely happy-go-lucky child, with an IQ of -5, which is far below the upper limit of being mentally retarded. He has a pink, extremely large nose, wears a blue and white striped shirt, and covers his orange hair with a red hat. Like his father, he has a number of unpleasant habits, including nose-picking, flatulence, and male chauvinism. Prone to surprising and nonsensical fits of rage, he is extremely hyperactive, with a knack for causing all kinds of disasters, often related to abusing Grim's supernatural items. His fits of rage and the massive destruction he causes with supernatural magic can be so intense it would even scare Mandy away. He also has Arachnophobia, Entomophobia, and Coulrophobia. Half-wit redirects here. ... Nose picking in progress Nose-picking is the act of extracting mucus or foreign bodies from the nose with a finger. ... Flatulence is the presence of a mixture of gases in the digestive tract of mammals. ... In Eva Prima Pandora, by Jean Cousin (Louvre Museum), Eve, the equivalent of Pandora embodies Original Sin Misogyny (pronounced ) is hatred or strong prejudice against women; an antonym of philogyny. ... For other uses, see Arachnophobia (disambiguation). ... Entomophobia ( also known as Insectophobia ) is the abnormal fear of insects and similar arthropods, and even other bugs, such as worms. ... Look up Coulrophobia in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ...


Mandy

Voiced by: Grey DeLisle Grey DeLisle (born August 24, 1973 in Fort Ord, California) is an American singer, songwriter, and voice actress of Irish, Dutch and Hispanic descent. ...


Mandy is Billy's closest friend, but has been pessimistic and full of rage since before her birth. She has a blond devil-horn-like hairdo and eyebrows that are in a perpetual frown, although her expression will change in rare occasions when she is afraid or disgusted. Her outfit consists of a pink dress with a picture of a yellow flower on it. She is also the only human character to have no nose, but according to her, she doesn't have one because it is disgusting. This kind of attribute leads to many "nose jokes" referring to Mandy in the cartoon, such as "A noseless mother with bad shoes". In addition, it is revealed in the episode "Really Odd Couple", that she has two small nostrils. She never smiles and is quick to deny her smiles (with exception of the first season when her body is taken over by Billy); in fact, it was shown in one episode that if she smiled, the entire fabric of reality would warp. This is argued against by an episode in which Mandy falls in love with Piff and smiles multiple times. She is not above taking advantage of the stupid and on several occasions has been described as pure evil, Grim refers to her as a "horrible demon child". She can easily intimidate inferior people into doing anything for her, even her parents fear her, they often avoid her by hiding in a closet. It is sometimes implied that she isn't human. In the Is the glass half empty or half full? phenomenon, the pessimistic approach would be to pick half empty. ...


Citizens of Endsville

Harold

Voiced by: Richard Steven Horvitz


Harold, known commonly as Billy's father, is an overweight man with a large, bulbous nose and a lofty black pompadour. He is annoyed with his son at times but he is calmer than his wife. He resembles his son in appearance and personality, sometimes displaying even more stupidity than Billy himself. For example, Harold picked his brain out and ate it seconds later; his brain actually extends into his pompadour which was demonstrated after the upswept part was accidentally sliced off and the fragment of his brain exposed within. One episode makes reference that Harold is a former SEAL. It is implied that he was not always stupid, as he once got accepted to Harvard, but never saw the acceptance letter and as a result believes he would be better suited as an idiot. // Look up seal in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ...


Gladys

Voiced by: Jennifer Hale Jennifer R. Hale (born January 30, 1972 in Goose Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador) is a Canadian-born actress best known for her voice over work in games like Tales of Symphonia, the Metroid Prime series, Metal Gear series, Mass Effect, and Disneys animated movies. ...


Billy's mother Gladys is a loving, tolerant and patient, yet mentally unstable woman despite having to deal with her husband, son, and the presence of the Grim Reaper as her eternal house-guest. She has red hair and is usually seen wearing a floor-length, lavender nightgown. She hates Grim to the point of psychotic obsession. She considers him a constant threat to her son's safety. She has a severe facial tic which usually appears when Billy is misbehaving, when her authority is challenged, or whenever Grim is present, most likely developed as a result of her nervous breakdown. She is prone to small fits of insanity and obsessive-compulsive episodes. Grim Reaper is a fictional character from the television series The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy. ... Not to be confused with Tick. ... OCD redirects here. ...


Nergal

Voiced by: David Warner (Seasons 1-3), Martin Jarvis (Season 3 +) David Warner David Warner (born July 29, 1941 in Manchester, England) is an English actor who often plays sinister or evil characters. ... Martin Jarvis (born August 4, 1941 in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England) is an English actor. ...


Nergal is a mutant creature who lives in the center of the Earth. His name was taken from the Sumerian god, Nergal. He is an all-black supernatural being with green eyes and wearing a business suit. With the ability to shape-shift he can create several tentacles from his back that can electrocute his victims or turn them into beings looking like himself. What Nergal desires most is having friends, which he once stated that it is quite lonely in the center of the world. He is generally considered something of a loser and he often becomes histrionic over his failings. In his first appearances, Nergal was one of the main enemies of Billy, Mandy and Grim, but now as a member of Billy's family, he is a friend of them and Billy's uncle-in-law.


Nergal Junior

Voiced by: Debi Derryberry Debi Derryberry is an American voice actress. ...


Nergal Junior is the son of Nergal and Aunt Sis.He is also Billy's first cousin He looks more like his father than his mother. Like his father, he has the power to shapeshift and most of the time he appears in the form of a kid who rejected his offer of friendship when he first came to the surface. When he takes another's shape, he keeps his lime eyes, glasses, green tongue and sharp, yellow teeth. His true form is freakish and grotesque, and was never seen on-screen until in the episode The Most Greatest Love Story Ever Told Ever. Like his father, he is lonely and can't find friends, and because of his desperation, he developed evil tendencies and terrorizes everyone who stands in his way, except for Mandy, who he loves, much to Irwin's disdain.


Aunt Sis

Voiced by: Jennifer Hale


Aunt Sis is Billy's aunt. She is a sullen-looking woman with glasses, a large nose, and a hairstyle similar to Gladys. She is a spinster who has experienced four-and-a-half-minutes of love in her "pathetic, lonely life." In the episode Love is Evol Spelled Backwards, Nergal decided to try and see if she was desperate enough to be his life partner. His attempt was successful and the two were married.


Mr. Snuggles

Billy's pet hamster that appeared in the pilot episode. He was a part of the bet that Grim would become Billy and Mandy's best friend if he lost a game of limbo with them. In season 3 he appeared in the back round of daddys little spider when billys room gets destroyed. Since that appearance, Mr. Snuggles did not appear until season seven with a white beard and cane as a sign of his aging.


Milkshakes

Voiced by: Grey DeLisle


Milkshakes is Billy's male pink feline who is frequently put into unusual situations by the supernatural events that occur in his owner's life. Milkshakes usually shakes any situation off with a calm meow.


Irwin

Voiced by: Vanessa Marshall Vanessa Marshall (born October 19, 1975), daughter of Joan Van Ark and niece of Carol Kuykendall) is an actress best known for her voice over work. ...


Irwin is Billy's nerdy friend who desperately aspires to be cool and frequently ends sentences with the word "yo". He has an unhealthy crush on Mandy and longs to gain her affection, often stalking her but is usually turned down or threatened by her as a response to his actions. This is possibly the reason why he continues to chase her, as he later admits that he likes who she is due to him having a dark side much like Mandy's but was taught otherwise by his father and eventually grew out of his bad behavior.


Dick

Voiced by: Phil LaMarr Phillip Phil LaMarr (born January 24, 1967) is an American actor, comedian and prolific voice actor as well as one of the original cast members on the sketch comedy series MADtv. ...


Dick is Irwin's father who is a normal middle-aged man who ends a lot of his sentences with the word "dude". He married a mummy named Judy (who is Irwin's mother), who lives in a sarcophagus in the basement of Irwin's house. While it is never explained why, the basement looks like an Egyptian tomb. Irwin's father insists that their unusual pairing leaves "a lot of questions that don't need to be answered."


Tanya

Tanya (Granmama) is Irwin's grandmother and Dick's mother. She usually ends sentences with "baby," as Irwin does with "yo," and his father with "dude" suggesting a family trait. She is also the wife of Dracula. Despite her angry demeanor, she seems to care for Irwin, but will sometimes embarrass him. She doesn't like to be challenged or insulted, and has a hatred of hip-hop music. Voiced by Phil LaMarr.


Dracula

Voiced by': Phil LaMarr


Dracula is Grim's childhood idol and Irwin's grandfather. The once famous vampire lives in the Home Of The Ancients, a retirement home for old movie monsters. Dracula talks fast and likes to dance. He does not remember names well, and often calls Grim "Skeleton Man" or even "Dummy". He is argumentative and easily distracted and refers to himself in third person. When asked about drinking blood, he is very adamant that he does not suck but scrapes and licks the skin instead. In Dracula Must Die, it was revealed that he had married Tanya years before and was thus the father of Dick and grandfather of Irwin, a fact that neither of them were aware of. Tanya had thought he left them, ironically, he was chased out by her. For other uses, see Point of view (literature). ...


In the fall of 2006, Dracula became the network's Halloweenhorror host in puppet form, along with Courage the Cowardly Dog. Dracula was yet again a host for the movie Billy & Mandy's Big Boogey Adventure. He also made a cameo in the movie itself, during the musical number. Dracula is a direct reference to the cult blaxploitation film character, Blacula and is a combination of Redd Foxx and James Brown in personality. [1] Courage the Cowardly Dog is an award-winning American animated television series, created by John R. Dilworth, who directed each episode, about a dog named Courage and his owners Muriel Bagge, a kindly old Scottish woman, and Eustace Bagge, a grumpy old farmer, living together in a farmhouse in the... This article or section contains a plot summary that is overly long or excessively detailed compared to the rest of the article. ... Shaft (1971) Blaxploitation is a film genre that emerged in the United States in the early 1970s when many exploitation films were made that targeted the urban black audience; the word itself is a portmanteau of the words “black” and “exploitation. ... Blacula is the name of a fictional character that appeared in two blaxploitation horror films produced for American International Pictures in 1972 and 1973, respectively. ... Redd Foxx (December 9, 1922 – October 11, 1991), born John Elroy Sanford,[1] was an American comedian best known for his starring role on the television sitcom Sanford and Son. ... For other persons named James Brown, see James Brown (disambiguation). ...


Pud'n

Voiced by: Jane Carr Jane Carr (born August 13, 1950) is an English actress and voice actor. ...


A weak and easily frightened classmate of Billy, Mandy, and Irwin, Pud'n is often the victim and/or instigator of some trauma. He is a red-headed, freckled boy with buck teeth, and wears a hoodie. He has no parents but was indeed raised by wolves. Despite this, Pud'n loves dollies, bunnies, flowers, and many other stereotypical things a little girl would usually enjoy. At times, Pud'n can also be a terrifying force and show a dark side to his personality.


Sperg

Voiced by: Greg Eagles


Sperg is the local bully, who constantly bullies Billy, Irwin, Pud'n, and other kids to no end. He is a husky boy whose preferred method of terrorizing nerds is by administering his "deadly" wedgies. Despite his physical strength, he is frightened of Mandy because she is tougher than him. On his shoulder he has a heart tatoo that says "Mom"


Mindy

Voiced by: Rachael MacFarlane Rachael MacFarlane (born March 21, 1976) is an American voice actress and sister of Seth MacFarlane, born in Kent, Connecticut. ...


Mindy is the iconic "popular girl." She is obsessed with proving her worth to Mandy (when she first moved into Endsville, she wanted to become friends with Mandy but was rejected, starting her hatred for her), who doesn't much care for the spoiled girl. She considers herself superior to her classmates, and her father buys her outrageous gifts. Mindy is red-haired and freckled and she describes herself as "much prettier" than Mandy. She frequently calls her classmates "losers." But deep down inside she envies Mandy's witty ways and all her adventures with her friends Grim and Billy. It is implied that she did not receive much attention from her mother when she was younger, resulting in a subconscious plea for attention from anyone who will give it to her. This is possibly the reason why she acts the way she does towards other people. Look up popular, populus, populous in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ...


Principal Goodvibes

Voiced by: Chris Cox Chris Cox is a film maker and voice artist. ...


Principal Goodvibes is the principal of Billy and Mandy's school, with a voice reminiscent of Paul Lynde[citation needed]. His name was legally changed to Goodvibes, and he makes sure that his students feel good to the point of absurdity. It is later revealed in one episode that he sleeps in his car. Paul Edward Lynde (June 13, 1926 — January 11, 1982) was an American comedian and actor. ...


Secondary characters

Hoss Delgado

Voiced by: Diedrich Bader Diedrich Bader Karl Diedrich Bader (born December 24, 1966) is an American actor. ...


Hoss is a spectral exterminator; a hunter of paranormal creatures. He appears to be modeled after Ash, the protagonist of the famed The Evil Dead horror movie trilogy and Snake Plissken, the character portrayed by Kurt Russell in John Carpenter's films Escape from New York and Escape from L.A.. Hoss possesses one real hand and one mechanical one, the latter of which can seemingly produce any tool he desires, most commonly a metal fist or chainsaw. Hoss is the macho, take no prisoners, gung ho, manly figure in Grim Adventures, though in most episodes he acts in a clumsy and/or goofy manner. For a while he dated Eris, goddess of Chaos, and their relationship was very dysfunctional. His surname translated from Spanish ironically means "slender" and his full name is a play on the word "hostile". Hoss is known to make incredibly odd and usually completely irrelevant metaphors, often when talking to someone who is either cowardly or stupid. Similarly he uses exclamatory phrases which are different but recognizable from their original form. Ashley J. Ash Williams (Ashly in the original Evil Dead script) is the fictional protagonist in the Evil Dead horror film franchise, played by Bruce Campbell, and created by director Sam Raimi. ... For other uses, see The Evil Dead (disambiguation). ... S.D. Robert (Bob) Snake Plissken is a fictional character in John Carpenters films Escape from New York and Escape from L.A., played by Kurt Russell. ... Kurt Vogel Russell (born March 17, 1951) is an American actor. ... For other persons named John Carpenter, see John Carpenter (disambiguation). ... Escape from New York is a 1981 science fiction/action film directed and scored by John Carpenter. ... Escape From L.A. (also known as John Carpenters Escape From L.A.) is a 1996 film directed by John Carpenter. ...


Eris

Voiced by: Rachael MacFarlane


Eris is the Greek goddess of strife and matron deity of the Discordianism religion, here portrayed as a curvaceous and beautiful, but vindictive, blonde-haired woman with a gap in her teeth. She delights in causing all kinds of chaos, and does a multitude of destructive things. She possesses the powerful Apple of Discord, a golden apple which can transform into any shape to perpetuate chaos. Billy calls it a magic banana. [2] Her accent and behaviour are prone to sudden shifts, from a stereotypical valley girl to a refined British woman. Eris appears in "Wrath of the Spider Queen", attending the same school as Grim, Velma, Nergal, Lord Pain, and Boogey. Eris (ca. ... Discordianism is a modern religion centered on the idea that chaos is as important as order. ... An apple of discord is a reference to the Golden Apple of Discord which, according to Greek mythology, the goddess Eris (Gr. ... For other uses, see Valley girl (disambiguation). ...


Eris' appearance is possibly a reference to Madonna, who is known for her blonde hair and coquettishness, and for adopting a faux English accent. Eris's teeth gap and mole is similar to Madonna's. This article is about the American entertainer. ...


Jeff the Spider

Voiced by: Maxwell Atoms Maxwell Atoms (birth name: Adam Burton) is an American animator, the creator of Cartoon Networks animated television series The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy and Evil Con Carne. ...


A spider that thinks Billy is his father after he hatched him. Unfailingly friendly, Jeff is naive towards Billy's arachnophobia-based hate for him and usually blames himself for Billy's resentment towards him although has with Mandy's help managed to scare him into loving Jeff in return. For other uses, see Arachnophobia (disambiguation). ...


General Skarr

Voiced by: Armin Shimerman Armin Shimerman (born November 5, 1949) is an American actor. ...


General Skarr first appeared in the show Evil Con Carne, where he was Hector Con Carne's military commander. He is usually a cold-hearted, hateful and harsh man, with big interests in power and world domination. Yet when alone, he behaves more calmly, tending to his garden. He has a scar on his face. Retired from villainy, he moved into Billy and Mandy's neighborhood and is constantly struggling with the temptation to return to his evil ways. He attempts to distract himself usually by gardening. Whilst he is no longer a member of Evil Con Carne, Skarr has many weapons and mementos from his past which he stores in his private study. Among these, are his military outfit, and a large picture of himself with Hector and Ghastly. Evil Con Carne is a Cartoon Network American animated television series, created by Maxwell Atoms, which first appeared during the show Grim and Evil and later became a separate program in 2003, running for one season. ...


Skarr bears a striking resemblance to Herr Starr, a key antagonist in Garth Ennis and Steve Dylan's comic book series Preacher, as well as Fearless Leader from The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show and General Armin Hirr Skull from Wyatt Leahy's comic strip Evil Genius Mayhem.[citation needed] Herr Starr is a fictional character from the comic book Preacher. ... From left to right, Boris Badenov, Natasha Fatale, and Fearless Leader. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ...


Boogey Man

Voiced by: Fred Willard Fred Willard (born September 18[1]) is an American comedian and character actor, known for his improvisational comedy skills. ...


An old arch-enemy of Grim's since junior high school, and a former school bully, Boogey played pranks on Grim throughout his school career. Boogey is Grim's rival in scaring people, but usually fails in doing so. Constantly frustrated by his inability to scare modern-day children, Boogey visits Grim in the episode, Bully Boogie. He challenges his old rival to a scaring contest, which he promptly loses, and is banished to another dimension.


The Boogey Man is prominently featured as the main villain in the television movie "Billy & Mandy's Big Boogey Adventure" where he testified against Grim in front of the Underworld Court. After getting his old nemesis fired from his position as reaper, he volunteers to take Grim and his accomplices out for a sail with his pirate crew, so that he may dispose of the former reaper. This is a list of episodes of the animated television series The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy. ...


Lord Charles Pain

Voiced by: Henry Gibson Henry Gibson (born September 21, 1935 in Germantown, Pennsylvania) is an American actor who was famous as a cast member of Rowan and Martins Laugh-In. ...


Grim's servant who comes from the Plane of Eternal Suffering (he later says he is really Charles from the Plane of Happy Ponies). He first appeared in House of Pain. He was also featured in Everything Breaks as Mandy's servant. He carries a mace and shield, wears a spiked helmet and he has a red and black cape and turquoise armor. He has tattoos all over his body which originally featured Grim, but were later altered to show his devotion to Mandy.


Fred Fredburger

Voiced by: C.H Greenblatt


Fred is an idiotic green, elephant like creature with small horns who has a short attention span. He lives in the underworld, and first appeared in the episode "Keeper of the Reaper". He appears to mean well, this perhaps led to huge popularity with many which in turn led to his appearance in other episodes. His dialogue consists of saying his name constantly and saying "yes" at random times, usually the end of a sentence. He is usually an annoyance to other characters, especially Grim, and seems to have a strong liking towards frozen yogurt, nachos, and variety of other foods. He speaks in simple English, and likes to spell words, particularly his own name. He appears to be very simple minded, but is usually a positive, good-natured character. He was also one of the characters in the Cartoon Network Yes! campaign with part of the name of it being derived from one of his most common phrases, "Yes". His "Yes" is most likely a play on the Marv Albert catch phrase, which is also a "Yes". Marv Albert (born Marvin Philip Aufrichtig on June 12, 1940, in Brooklyn, New York) is an American television and radio sportscaster, honored for his work as a member of the Basketball Hall of Fame and is commonly referred to as the voice of basketball. ...


Judge Roy Spleen

Voiced by: Phil LaMarr


Judge Roy Spleen is the judge of the underworld court. He and the whole Underworld Court first appeared briefly in the episode Home of the Ancients, but had much more major role in the episode Keeper of the Reaper. He is also seen in Billy & Mandy: Wrath of the Spider Queen as Grim's school teacher and presided over Jeff's wedding in Wrath of the Spider Queen. His name was apparently inspired by the famous judge of the Wild West, Roy Bean.[citation needed] Fred Fredburger is a constant annoyance to him, possibly more to him than any other character. Judge Roy Bean Roy Bean Phantly Roy Bean, the Hangin Judge, (c. ...


Nigel Planter

A spoof of Harry Potter, Nigel Planter is a boy with glasses and an "L"-shaped pen-mark on his forehead. He's a young whiny wizard from Weaselthorpe House at Toadblatt's School of Sorcery. He often ends up being beaten up but when not close to danger he shows his full overconfidence and a deluded self image, often taking credit for things he did not do. Later on, his voice begins to crack and he is taller after "going through puberty", another Harry Potter reference. Lord Moldybutt stated that his parents were dead, but this conflicts with One Crazy Summoner when Nigel stated that his father has been held back at Toadblatt's for many years. On rare occasions, it is implied that he held mild romantic affections for Mandy. In the episode Order of The Peanuts, it was stated that Nigel was the last heir to the Planters Peanuts Company giving an explanation to his terrible track record as a wizard. Harry James Potter is the title character and the main protagonist of J. K. Rowlings Harry Potter fantasy series. ...


Dean Toadblatt

Voiced by: John Vernon & Billy West (for Order of the Peanuts) John Vernon was the stage name of Adolph Raymond Vernon Agopsowicz (February 24, 1932–February 1, 2005). ... For the silent film-era actor, see Billy West (silent film actor). ...


Dean Toadblatt is the headmaster of Toadblatt's School of Sorcery. Toadblatt is a large, humanoid toad wearing a purple wizard's robe. He appears to be a spoof of Albus Dumbledore, although in One Crazy Summoner, most of his dialog is a parody of Dean Wormer, John Vernon's role in "Animal House" (John Vernon had provided the voice until his death, then Toadblatt was voiced by Billy West). He hates Nigel Planter with a passion, a possible allusion to Severus Snape from Harry Potter. He also looked different in that episode, now possessing a beard. This may be a reference to the death and subsequent replacement of the actor who played Dumbledore in the Harry Potter movies. Albus Percival Wulfric Brian Dumbledore is a fictional character within the Harry Potter series written by British author J. K. Rowling. ... Severus Snape is a fictional character in the Harry Potter book series written by J. K. Rowling. ... This article is about the Harry Potter series of novels. ...


Lord Moldybutt

A spoof on the villain in Harry Potter series, Lord Voldemort. He gave Nigel a L-shaped pen mark (which he thought to be a scar) when he was young, referring to Harry Potter's lightning scar. Whenever his name is said, or just the words Moldybutt, great misfortunes happen such as the vicinity becoming completely destroyed. In consequence, people call him "he-who-should-never-ever-be-named". In the episode we find he isn't a villain as has been suggested through the series but actually is just a real-estate agent who has been trying to inform Nigel Planter to his heirship to the Planters Peanut Company. Voiced by John Kassir Johnny Kassir (born October 24, 1957 in Baltimore, Maryland) is an American actor, voice actor, and comedian who has been active in many facets of entertainment since 1984. ...


The Secret Snake Club

Voiced by: Tom Kenny (Wiggly) Billy West as (Viper and King Cobra) This article has been illustrated as part of WikiProject WikiWorld. ...


A Role Playing Group consisting of three nerdy boys at Endsville Elementary who comprise the "Secret Snake Club". The members alias' include Wiggly, Viper (also known as Jerome), and King Cobra. Their main meeting room is Jerome's family's basement, which is actually his grandmother's bedroom. All three wear long red robes, have secret code names and have poor personal hygiene. Each member of the Secret Snake Club has a "level", as they are RPG fanatics. Because of their fanaticism, they have been shown to throw crayons and crumpled-up balls of paper at each other during arguments, all the while shouting "Fireball" and "Lightning bolt". Together they are committed to their dark agenda: summoning snakes which would devour the cool kids, leaving nerds to rule the earth. This article is about games in which one plays the role of a character. ...


See also

The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy is an Annie- and Emmy-winning[1] American animated television series aired on Cartoon Network. ...

References

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