Bonkers D. Bobcat
Voiced by: Jim Cummings
- Beware the Silly Ones/Let's Get Dangerous: Mostly in the "Lucky" era, he could actually be pretty good at solving crimes when the situation called for it.
- Break the Cutie: The poor guy has his moments.
- Butt Monkey: In the Miranda episodes.
- Cartoony Tail: In the "Lucky" episodes, it's more like that of a house cat, not an actual bobcat.
- Cloud Cuckoolander
- Distressed Dude: Happens to him a lot.
- The Ditz
- Drives Like Crazy
- Early-Bird Cameo: Disney introduced the character by playing his shorts on Raw Toonage.
- Expy: Of Roger Rabbit.
- Flanderization: In the Miranda episodes, he became far more of an incompetent Butt Monkey than in the previous Lucky episodes.
- Although the Miranda episodes takes place after the Lucky ones, behind the show the Miranda episodes were made befroe the Lucky ones with explains it.
- Furry Ear Dissonance: Shaped like golf clubs.
- Half-Dressed Cartoon Animal: His usual appearance.
- I Choose to Stay: At the end of "Gone Bonkers" two-parter, Bonkers was given a chance to go back to show business, instead he decided to remain with the Hollywood Police.
- Informed Species: Here's what a normal bobcat looks like:◊ Not much resemblance, is there?
- Also in the Lucky episodes, when Bonkers made a cat noise, he sounded too much like a real house cat. Bobcats in real life don't make real cat noises. Some of them even seem to make really strange sounds/noises which explains Bonker's voice.
- Innocent Blue Eyes: His eyes occasionally shown to be blue in the Lucky episode and his eyes are always blue in the Miranda (and 'Raw Toonage') episodes.
- Interspecies Romance: With Fawn Deer, although they're both toons. He did fall for a human girl in "Love Stuck" though.
- Keet: Big time.
- Meaningful Name: See Cloudcuckoolander.
- Mysterious Middle Initial: Probably just a pun on "the."
- Nice Guy
- Panthera Awesome
- Protagonist Title
- Red Fured Hero
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Red to Lucky and Miranda's Blue
- Seldom Seen Species
- White Gloves
Voiced by: Jim Cummings
- Amusing Injuries: Oddly enough, Lucky tends to suffer these. Being human and not a "toon", he's sometimes shown as a Bandage Mummy, with crutches, etc. after suffering slapstick violence.
- Bad Bad Acting: In "The Comeback Kid".
- Big Eater
- Butt Monkey
- Deadpan Snarker
- Embarrassing Middle Name: Lucky Shirley Piquel, which Bonkers thinks is "very pretty". Lucky says it was his father's name.
- Expy: Of Eddie Valiant.
- Happily Married: Look below 'Throw the dog a bone'.
- Hidden Depths: In Fall Apart Land, it's revealed that Lucky dreams of creating his own theme park and that he and Fall Apart like hanging out together and looking at pictures of amusement parks from across the country.
- Ironic Name
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold
- No One Could Survive That: Lucky Piquel, being caught in an explosion.
- Odd Friendship: With Fall Apart, but only in one episode: Fall-Apart Land.
- Papa Wolf: Do. NOT. Mess. With. His. Daughter.
- Stout Strength
- Throw the Dog a Bone: Doesn't Lucky having a beautiful caring wife and a cute sweet daughter, who both love him very much, count?
- Ugly Guy, Hot Wife: Lucky Piquel is overweight (said in the Christmas episode to be fatter than Santa) and balding (but wears a toupée). His wife however is pretty attractive.
- With My Hands Tied: When Lucky is captured and tied, he is able to write a message for help on a can and kick it out of an open window. He was also able to move around a lot when his legs were tied together.
Voiced by: Karla DeVito
- Action Girl
- Cute Bruiser
- Fair Cop
- Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: She an Action Girl, but she shown to be more tolerant and far less abrasive than Lucky, with Bonkers and caring towards him.
- Ms. Fanservice: A milder example than most, since she's rarely shown out of her police uniform
- Punny Name: Miranda Wright.
- Sibling Yin-Yang: Miranda actually believes in Bonkers' abilities to be a good cop, unlike her sister Shirley who thinks he's a menace and should retire.
Voiced by: Frank Welker
- Amusing Injuries
- Butt Monkey
- Expy: Of Oswald The Lucky Rabbit.
- Meaningful Name: Take a guess what his Running Gag is?
- Odd Friendship: With Lucky, but only in one episode: Fall-Apart Land.
- Pulling Themselves Together
Voiced by: Nancy Cartwright
- Amazonian Beauty: In one "Raw Toonage" short, she shown to be able to pick up a huge boxed TV set with no problem. Though since it was just a cartoon short they made, it's debatable.
- The Cutie
- Demoted to Extra: After "Raw Toonage", poor Fawn didn't get to appear alot in either the 'Lucky' or 'Miranda' episodes. She only appeared in three 'Miranda' episodes in voiceless cameos.. she only had speaking lines in TWO Lucky episodes. The rest were voiceless cameos as well. It's possible they didn't use her much since her voice actress was expecting at the time.
- Fanservice with a Smile: In the Raw Toonage Bonkers shorts.
- Hair Decorations: Her pink hairbow.
- Interspecies Romance: Fawn shown that the feelings with Bonkers is mutual, even outside the Bonkers cartoon shorts.
- Ms. Fanservice
- Nancy Cartwright
- Pinkmeans Feminine: Her bow and dress. Some of her outfits she wore were pink too, though in one 'Lucky' episode, she wore a blue dress.
- Punny Name
- The Smurfette Principle: She was the only main female character in "Raw Toonage".
Voiced by: Sherry Lynn
- Brainy Brunette: She's is a child genius. Her hair's more of a sandy brown, but close enough.
- Cheerful Child
- Children Are Innocent
- Expy: Of Velma Dinkley.
- Glasses Girl
- Hair Decorations: Her headband.
- Innocent Prodigy
- She Cleans Up Nicely: Marilyn most of the time wears sports pants and sneakers, but in "Stand-In Dad", she looked cute in her blue dress and darker blue flats.
- Tomboy with a Girly Streak: Marilyn wears big sneakers and sports pants and always has messy short hair, but in 'Stand-in Dad', she was thrilled to get a new dress from her mom and to get dolled up for her Daddy Daughter day. Later in the episode when she went to Grandpa Arnie's ant show, she brought her purse with her.
- The Ugly Guy's Cute Daughter: Marilyn is a brainy, tomboyish, ten year old kid, but it's obvious she still gets her looks from her mother.
- Youthful Freckles: To go with her youthful energy and innocence.
Voiced by: April Winchell
- A Day in the Limelight: She had one with Lucky in "Tune Pig" about their anniversary.
- Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: She's a kind, caring mother, wife and friend.
- In-Series Nickname: Her full name is actually "Dilandra".
- Mama Bear: In "Imagine That", when Lucky finally confess to Dyl that he (and Bonkers) were destroying their house to get to the toon world and find their daughter, Dyl horrified quickly got a huge mallet towards Lucky—and smashed the wall finding the toon world. It looked more like she was gonna hit Lucky, but considering she doesn't normally get violent with him, it's possible she was just determined to find that toon world and get their daughter back.
- Pretty in Mink: She has a fur wrap she wore to see her favorite singer in "Tune Pig".
- Punny Name: Since, people always mistake their last name for "pickle".
- Southern Belle: She acts like one.
- True Blue Femininity: Her main outfit.
- Ugly Guy, Hot Wife: Her husband, Lucky Piquel, is overweight (said in the Christmas episode to be fatter than Santa) and balding (but wears a toupée). Dyl however is pretty attractive.