Alliterative Name / Western Animation

  • A Little Curious:
    • Bob the Ball
    • Doris The Door
  • Alvin and the Chipmunks: Simon Seville.
  • The Amazing Chan and the Chan Clan gives us the titular rock group the Chan Clan.
  • American Dad!: Stan and Steve Smith
  • Robotboy: Tommy Turnbull.
  • Animaniacs
    • Wakko Warner
    • Slappy Squirrel and her nephew Skippy
    • As well as her cartoon rivals: Beanie Bison, Sid the Squid, and Walter Wolf
      • There's also Candy Chipmunk one episode.
    • Rita & Runt
    • Minerva Mink
    • The Hip Hippos
  • Archer: Katya Kasanova
  • Arthur
    • Buster Baxter and his mother, Bitzi
    • The principal is Mr. Haney. In one episode, we find that his given name is Herb.
    • Francine Frensky.
    • Binky Barnes.
  • Atom Ant
    • Precious Puppnote 
  • Barney Bear
  • Betty Boop
  • Biker Mice from Mars has the main villain Lawrence Lactavius Limburger as well as Ronaldo Rump and Hannibal T. Hairball in the 2006 revival.
  • Bob the Builder (sort of)
  • Captain... CAAAAAAAVEMAAAAAAAAN!
  • CatDog: Rancid Rabbit.
  • Ogden Ostrich in Channel Umptee-3.
  • Norton Nimnul, Conrad Cockatoo, Cheddarhead Charlie and his wife Camembert Kate, Detective Donald Drake, Clyde Cosgrove, and Normie Nimnul from Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers.
  • The Cleveland Show: Kendra Krinklesac.
  • Clue Club: In addition to the show's name, there's also the club's two dogs Woofer and Wimper.
  • Clutch Cargo
  • Courage the Cowardly Dog: Freaky Fred
  • Courageous Cat and Minute Mousenote 
  • The Critic: Vlada Veramirovich.
  • Darkwing Duck is prone to alliteration in his dialogue. His adopted daughter occasionally takes on the identity of Quiverwing Quack.
  • Many Disney characters:
    • Mickey Mouse
    • Minnie Mouse
    • Pegleg Pete
    • Donald Duck
    • Daisy Duck
    • Gyro Gearloose
    • In the German translations, Scrooge McDuck is called Dagobert Duck.
    • Goofy was originally called Dippy Dawg, and got his regular name through a bit of nominal evolution. The 90's series Goof Troop gave him the surname Goof. Some modern comics (c. 2005) giving him the full name Goofus D. Dawg, both canonizing his original name and establishing "Goofy" as a nickname. In the 1950s shorts that showed him in wedded "bliss" with his unnamed wife and Goofy, Junior, the mailbox read "Goofy D. Geef". He was "George Geef" for a little while. Probably "Goofy D. Geef" was some of that nominal evolution they mentioned. ** Horace Horsecollar
    • Clarabelle Cow
    • Clara Cluck
    • Disney Mouse and Duck Comics: Cloud Cuckoo Lander witch Madam Mim. Up to Eleven, since her nickname is "Mad" Madam Mim.
    • Practical Pig (from their version of The Three Little Pigs)
    • One off Silly Symphonies character Elmer Elephant (along with Tillie Tiger and Joe Giraffe from the same short)
  • Doc McStuffins: Doc's Dad is Marcus, making him Marcus McStuffins. The McStuffins family's adoptive baby girl is Maya McStuffins.
  • Doggy Daddy
  • Doug:
    • Beebe Bluff, as well as her father, Bill Bluff
    • Boomer Bledsoe
    • Willy White
    • Loretta Laquigley
  • Dudley Do-Right
  • DuckTales: Gladstone Gander and most of the Beagles (Big Time, Bebop, Bully...)
  • The Fairly Oddparents
    • Timmy Turner (Of course, this trope is taken a step further when we learn that his middle name is Tiberous)
    • The Crimson Chin
      • The Titanium Toenail
    • Trixie Tang
  • Family Guy
    • Lana Lockheart
    • Tom Tucker
  • Fantomcat
    • Vinnie the Vole
  • The Flintstones:
    • Fred Flintstone.
    • "Pedro Picapiedra" (Latin-American dub)
  • Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends: Francis "Frankie" Foster.
  • Dexter Douglas / Freakazoid! actually seems to come from the superhero comics' tradition. Also his brother Duncan Douglas.
  • Futurama 's Philip Fry
  • Power Pig, the occasional secret identity of Orson from Garfield and Friends.
  • In Generator Rex, this trope is lampshaded and subverted when its revealed that Dr. Rylander was NOT Rex's father.
    "Oh. Rex Rylander is a stupid name anyway."
  • The Get Along Gang:
    • Montgomery "Good News" Moose plays with this trope. It's only alliterative if the "Good News" part of his name is taken out.
    • Dotty Dog
    • Bingo "Bet-it-all" Beaver
    • Portia Porcupine
    • Catchum Crocodile
    • Leland Lizard
    • One-off character Sammy Skunk
    • Flora "Forget-me-not" Fox, Bernice Bear, and Rocco Rabbit are also examples, but were not regular cast members of the show.
  • Grojband:
    • Bernadette Beff (Until Trina demanded to have her legally change her first name to Mina to create the whole rhyming thing).
    • Kin Kujira and his gender opposite Kim Kagami.
    • Kon Kujira and his gender opposite Konnie Kagami.
    • Mayor Mellow
    • Mick Mallory
  • Henry Hugglemonster
    • Eduardo, Ernestine and Estelle Enormomonster
  • Huckleberry Hound
  • Hurricanes: Cal Casey
  • The Jetsons:
    • George Jetson, Jane Jetson, and Judy Jetson.
    • George Jetson is "Super Sónico" in the Latin American dub.
  • King of the Hill: Hank Hill and Joe Jack.
  • Klondike Kat
  • Loonatics Unleashed: Rev, Ralph, and Rip Runner
  • Looney Tunes:
  • The Loud House: Lori, Leni, Luna, Luan, Lynn, Lincoln, Lucy, Lola, Lana, Lisa, and Lily Loud.
  • Mike, Lu & Og: Michelanne "Mike" Mazinsky
  • Miles From Tomorrowland: The sand twins Melvin and Melinda Mendelson and space pirate Gadfly Garnett.
  • My Little Pony, with its Loads and Loads of Characters, has quite a few of these. My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic alone has Apple Brown Betty, Banana Bliss, Bon Bon, Button Bellenote , Mr. Carrot Cake, Cloud Chasernote , Clover the Clever, Coconut Cream, Cotton Candy, Cranky Doodle Donkey, Mrs. Cup Cakenote , Dainty Daisy, Daisy Dreams, Daring Do Dazzle, Dewdrop Dazzle, Diamond Dazzle Tiara, the Diamond Dogs (including the Dig Dogs), Ditzy Doo, Flippity Flop, Gabby Gums, Gardenia Glow, Gustave Le Grand, Grandpa Gruff, Hayseed Turnip Truck, Hinny of the Hills, Lilac Links, Lulu Luck, Lyrica Lilac, Mayor Mare, Merry May, Mulia Mild, the Mysterious Mare Do Well, Night Mare Moon, Private Pansy, Peachy Pie, Photo Finish, Pinkamena Diane "Pinkie" Pie, Pixel Pizazznote , Princess Platinum, Pudding Pie, Pursey Pink, Royal Riff, Sea Swirl, Sealed Scroll, Shoeshine, Shooting Star, Silverspeed, Silver Spoon, Sheriff Silverstar, Sprinkle Stripe, Star Swirl, Star Swirl the Bearded, Sunny Smiles, Sunny Sweet, Swan Song, Sweet Song, Sweetcream Scoops, Sweetie Swirl, Time Turner, Topaz Twist, Triple Treat, and Twirly Treats. Honorable mentions include Pipsqueak the Pirate, Gilda the Griffon, literally every other griffon, and Rainbow Danger Dash.
  • Oh Yeah! Cartoons featured two shorts where the main character had an alliterative name.
    • The title character of "Peter Patrick, P.I." His fez-wearing feline sidekick Persian Puss also counts.
    • The title character of "Skippy Spankerton: Hot Tamale Monster Movie Madness".
  • Peppa Pig, and most of her friends (Danny Dog, Suzy Sheep, Zoe Zebra, Pedro Pony, Rebecca Rabbit, et cetera)
    • Played with in an episode of sister show Ben and Holly's Little Kingdom, which features Betty Caterpillar... who of course turns into Betty Butterfly by the end of the story.
    • Joey Kangaroo averts it, instead opting for a Punny Name.
    • Merciously mocked in one episode. Peppa, Pedro, and the rabbits are imagining a name for a new baby. All the kids imagine given names beginning with "R" except for Pedro. To his suggestion of "Sharon Rabbit" he gets looked at funny and is bluntly told that's a bad name.
  • Pepper Ann Pearson (Though her real first name, according to Word of God, is Jennifer)
  • Peter Potamus
    • Yippee, Yappy, and Yahooey
  • Philbert Frog has the entire cast - Herbert Hedgehog, Melvin Mouse, Willie Worm, Monty Mole, Oscar Owl, Bertie Bird, and Tiffany Tortoise. Philbert Frog himself sort of qualifies.
  • Phineas and Ferb has quite a few. There's Ferb Fletcher, Doctor Doofenshmirtz, Major Monogram, Inspector Initials, Perry the Platypus, Herman the Hedgehog (apparently along with the rest of the agency, except Pinky the Chihuahua), Jeremy Johnson... plus Phineas Flynn and Carl Karl, sort of.
  • The Pink Panther
  • Olive Oyl from Popeye. Also serves as a Punny Name.
  • The Proud Family: Penny Proud.
  • Recess: Gretchen Grundler, Gus Griswald, Peter Prickly, Ashley Armbruster
  • Boris Badenov from Rocky and Bullwinkle, although his name was more likely a pun on Boris Godunov.
    • Played straighter with the Monstrous Mechanical Metal-Munching Moon Mice.
  • Rocko's Modern Life
    • Bev Bighead
  • Sabrina Spellman.
  • Screwy Squirrel (also referred to in one cartoon as "Screwball Squirrel")
  • Secret Squirrel, as well as his partner/sidekick Morocco Mole.
    • Winsome Witch (often called "Winnie" by others)
  • Most of the Shirt Tales fall under this. The only exceptions are Digger Mole and Bogey Orangutan.
  • Seymour Skinner, Carl Carlson and Lenny Leonard from The Simpsons. Also Marvin Monroe, Gil Gunderson, Jimbo Jones, Krusty the Klown, Declan Desmond, Nabendu Nahasapeemapetilon, and Birch Barlow. Also, Fat Tony's name is once given as William Williams. (Before he was renamed Anthony D'Amico)
  • 6teen has Caitlin Cooke and Wyatt Williams.
  • South Park: Bradley Biggle, Tom and Tammy Thompson, and Tweek Tweak.
  • Spongebob Squarepants
    • Somewhat subverted with Squidward's French name, which is sometimes Carlo le Calmar and other times Carlo Tentacule.
    • Played straight with his German name, which is Thaddäus Tentakel. His friends call him Thaddel.
    • Mrs. Poppy Puff.
    • Larry the Lobster.
  • Steven Universe: Lapis Lazuli.
  • Sym-Bionic Titan: Lance Lunis and the Galactic Guardian Group.
  • Terrytoons: Deputy Dawg (sort of) and Mighty Mouse (and recurring Damsel in Distress Pearl Pureheart)
    • The infamous "flower sniffing" episode of Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures has "Polly Pineblossom".
  • Thomas the Tank Engine: Devious Diesel, Troublesome Trucks/Foolish Freight Cars.
  • Tiny Toon Adventures
    • Buster & Babs Bunny. No relation.
    • Montana Max
    • Dizzy Devil
    • Calamity Coyote
    • Fifi la Fume
    • Tyrone Turtle is a minor character who appeared in at least two episodes
    • Mary Melody (another Punny Name example)
  • Top Cat: Benny the Ballnote 
    • In the Latin American Spanish version, he's known as "Benito Bodoque".
  • Transformers Animated: Sari Sumdac.
  • The Z-Stacks of TUGS all had names beginning with a "Z" — Zorran, Zebedee, Zak, Zug and Zip.
  • Underdog has (Sweet) Polly Purebred.
  • VeggieTales:
    • Archibald Asparagus.
    • Intentionally averted for most of the other characters. Series creator Phil Vischer explained:
      "If it were a typical Christian show, I figured, they'd be named Tommy Tomato and Kooky Cucumber. But the last thing in the world I wanted was to make a typical Christian show."
  • From Wacky Races: Peter Perfect, Rufus Ruffcut, Penelope Pitstop, Blubber Bear, Professor Pat Pending, and the villain Dick Dastardly.
  • Tino Tonitini from The Weekenders.
  • Wheel Squad: Samir Souab and George Grunt
  • Wonder Pets' Turtle Tuck.
  • Woody Woodpecker
    • Also Wally Walrus, Miss Meany, Buzz Buzzard, Bessie Bear, Dapper Denver Dooley, Gabby Gator.
  • WordGirl's real name is Becky Botsford. Also, one of the villains she has to face in the show is Theodore "Tobey" McAllister...The Third. Since the show is an Affectionate Parody of superhero cartoons, it makes sense.
  • Yogi's Space Race gives us The Phantom Phink (essentially a Dick Dastardly Expy; fitting, since the show is essentially Wacky Races in space).
    • In his disguise as "Captain Good", we also have his dog Sludge's disguise "Kleen Kat".
  • The Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo Show
    • The "Shaggy Sheiks", the name of Shaggy's team from "Basketball Bumblers"
      • Not to mention Swami Salami, Shaggy's fortune teller pseudonym from "Misfortune Teller"


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