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Voiced by: Mark HamillDan's dentist who was revealed to be a supervillain.
Voiced by: Kevin MacDonald
Voiced by: Grey DeLisleBarry Ditmer's robotic wife.
Imposter Dan/The Imposter/The Telemarketer
Voiced by: John C. McGinleyAn enigmatic identity theif who steals the lives of misanthropes with no social lives.
- Affably Evil: He's a pretty friendly guy for an identity thief.
- Anti-Villain: He doesn't have an Evil Plan or any sinister goal, all he wants is a good life, but his methods of getting it are a tad questionable.
- The Bad Guy Wins: He was successful in getting his revenge on Dan.
- Faux Affably Evil: For such a Nice Guy, he does have his... darker moments. Particularly, after his stint in jail.Imposter: Now, if you don't leave my property, I'll have to shoot you and claim self-defense. Good day!
- The Chessmaster: Running away always seems to benefit himself. Particularly when he lures a rampaging Dan to try and attack him at a police station.
- Combat Pragmatist: See The Chessmaster above.
The owner of Café Puree.
Voiced by: Jeff BennettThe corrupt manager of Burgerphile, he cares more about his customer service record than actual service. Fears going back to Maryland.
- Berserk Button: Anything threatening his perfect record, namely Dan.
The Hockey Masked Maniac
A giant voiceless man who carries a chainsaw and started a rampage ten years ago.
Magnifico the Magnificent
A selfish magician who teaches several magicians to steal from people under the guise of magic.
- Jerkass- Stole from Chris (and various other people), humilated Dan and traumatized Elise when she was a child.
Lemonade Stand Gang
A group of four juvenile delinquents who try to give customers lemonade, whether they want it or not.
- Berserk Button: They really dislike being called "hooligans".
Voiced by: John Di MaggioThe former manager of Gym of the Future and recently the manager of Normal Nutrition.
A femme fatale who seeks Dan's help about finding her cat, Poopsie.
The Governor of California
The Governor of California. He's clearly a little shady.
- Patriotic Fervor: His main defense against anyone who asks too many questions is that "unlike them, he believes in this country". It's hard to believe it's how he really feels. And it certainly isn't.
Voiced by: Jenna FischerDan's anger management instructor.
- Ax-Crazy: She was chasing Chris at the end of the episode, but she gets better.
Dan and Chris' cruel and selfish boss who turns out to be a demon at the end.
An arrogant superhero who went after Dan after he destroyed Dan's car.
- Anti-Villain / Anti-Hero: He's destructive, rude, arrogant, selfish and all around just plain unlikable, yet he still does kind of save the day.
- Asshole Victim: It's kind of hard to feel bad for him after how he acted.
- Flying Brick
- Hero Antagonist: Anti Hero Antagonist might fit better though.
- Weaksauce Weakness Hot sauce neutralizes his powers and was force-fed a great deal, powering him down a great deal.
The camp counselor of Camp Atrocious who believes in brawn over brains and will torture kids to ensure it.
- Brains Bad Brawn Good: Mr. Tedesco's stated philosophy—he punishes Dan for gaining the spirit stick through cunning and subterfuge, rather than through brute force.
- The Bully: He's basically one grown up and given control of a summer camp.
- Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!: After having his things stolen by the bullies, Dan went to Mr. Tedesco. He didn't care and continued to give preferential treatment to the bullies. This causes Dan to begin one of his first shown vengeance quests against Mr. Tedesco, and thus the premise of the show.
- Laser-Guided Karma: His horrible actions come back to bite him in the ass
- Social Darwinist: Has a philosophy of this and Might Makes Right when running his camp. Ends up biting him hard when Dan applies these lessons against him.
- William Telling: He allows the Warrior Wigwam campers do this to the Papoose Pavilion campers. At the end of the episode, it happens to him.