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A super-powered, sex-obsessed lothario whose machismo hides a fragile ego. Initially a minor character, but eventually came to dominate the show. Parodies Superman as well as the macho jock stereotype.
Voiced by: (English) Jess Harnell
Voiced by: (Latin America) Gerardo Reyero
- Ambiguously Jewish: A subtle Shout-Out to Superman, who sometimes get a similar treatment due to his creators being Jewish.
- Anti-Hero: A definite case of being a hero in name only.
- Ax-Crazy: He will murder anyone who gets in his way.
- Brother-Sister Incest: "Unrestrainable Trainable" revolves around Captain Hero finding out that a mentally handicapped giant is actually his son born when his sister impregnated herself with the semen he donated to a sperm bank. At the end of the episode, they decide to have another child the old-fashioned way.
- Catch Phrase: Harnell considers "Save yourselves!" to be his.
- Clark Kenting: With Tim Tommerson, who he claims is a separate person, though Xandir sees through this immediately. Then quickly contradicted in the second season finale, where Tim Tommerson really was a different person.
- A Date with Rosie Palms: There are plenty of jokes involving him masturbating.
- The Ditz: He is pretty thick.
- Embarrassing First Name: His first name is Leslie.
- Even Evil Has Standards: We all know him as a super-powered, sex-obsessed sociopathic lothario and overall not a very heroic super hero, but in "Unrestrainable Trainable" he actually shows disgust over how his sister Captain Shero keeps their giant retarded inbred son chained in her basement to the point where he insists on raising him on his own.
- Even the Guys Want Him: Xandir, Wooldoor, and even Spanky have been suggested to be into him.
- Extreme Omnisexual: He'd have sex with Anything That Moves. And anything that doesn't. Especially anything that doesn't.
- Forgot About His Powers: Lampshaded when he states that because he smokes marijuana, he didn't think to use his powers to save the cast from the crashing helicopter.
- Gag Penis: Averted, as all references imply he's rather tiny, especially after taking steroids.
- Handsome Lech: He's good-looking and rather sexually depraved.
- Heroic Comedic Sociopath: A lot of jokes come from him callously screwing other people over.
- I Love the Dead: A lot of times he shows interest in having sex with corpses.
- Jerkass: He does horrible things to other people to satisfy his selfish wishes.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: To the same extent as the rest of the cast.
- Karma Houdini: He's destroyed an entire planet, caused the deaths of thousands on innocent people on Earth, and has also raped a few people. The only time he ever gets punished is when he gets caught with a photo of his naked twelve-year-old self, unless you count the constant gruesome injuries and humiliating accidents he's subject to as part of the shows comedy.
- Made of Iron / Nigh-Invulnerability: Which makes him Too Kinky to Torture.
- Man Child: Frequently behaves like a child, seen most prominently in "Super Nanny".
- Miles Gloriosus: His Catch Phrase is "Save yourselves!" (though in the DVD documentary on how Drawn Together was created, Jess Harnell had no idea people would associate that line to Captain Hero).
- Ping-Pong Naïveté
- Power Perversion Potential: The only times that Hero uses his powers with consistent skillfulness.
- Psychopathic Man Child: Will often throw massive tantrums, which, due to his superpowers, are even more destructive than usual.
- Remembered I Could Fly: Even when he does remember that he has super powers which could easily solve the problem at hand, he's still at a complete loss how to apply them properly.
- He once abused steroids. Bear in mind he can destroy planets with his strength anyway.
- Sissy Villain: His real name is "Leslie", he speaks in a shrieking girly voice with ever-increasing frequency, and he's not picky about any aspect of his romantic/sexual partners, including their gender, their species, whether they're alive, whether or not they consent, and whether or not they're related to him.
- The Sociopath: Shows no remorse for his actions and zero empathy for the people he hurts.
- Teeny Weenie: It's implied that he's unimpressive between his legs.
- Too Dumb to Live: Often misuses or forgets to use his powers at crucial moments.
- Too Kinky to Torture: One episode has a sub-plot where he and Foxxy develop a BDSM relationship, with Foxxy torturing him for pleasure in any way she can.
- Villain Protagonist: He's one of the main characters and is rather unscrupulous.
- What the Hell, Hero?: Constantly called out on his atrocities by the other characters.
- Your Makeup Is Running: Whenever he cries, his mascara runs.
A 1970s-style mystery-solving musician who parodies the teen sleuth characters seen on Josie and the Pussycats and Scooby-Doo. She plays the token Sassy Black Woman/put-upon minority (also the Village Bicycle, though most of the cast competes for that title). Foxxy was the show's most heavily featured character until Captain Hero took over midway through Season Two.
Voiced by: (English) Cree Summer
Voiced by: (Latin America) Rebeca Patiño
- Anything That Moves
- Bi the Way: She's got it on with Clara and Toot.
- The Gambling Addict: to playing the lottery.
- Genre Savvy: "[We're going to] Africa? I don't even know what's gonna happen, and I'm already offended!"
- Grandma, What Massive Hotness You Have: Considering she's actually a grandmother
- Good Bad Girl: She's very slutty but is usually one of the nicer characters.
- Hooker with a Heart of Gold: Screws for money and strips, but she's not a sociopath, an imbecile, a fanatic, or some combination of them. Which makes her worth ten of everyone else on the show.
- Little Bit Beastly: The show is inconsistent regarding the issue of whether her fox tail is real or not. She's seen without it on a few occasions, but she's also seen moving it at will, and a later episode suggests her mother is an actual fox. Her ears clearly are real.
- Ms. Fanservice: She often gets naked or acts seductive.
- Nice Hat: A red cap with fox ears.
- Obfuscating Stupidity: She once made a comment about the Kyoto Protocol, followed by everyone in the room looking at her in shock. Foxxy then mumbles "blackity black black, stereotype, black" rather indignantly before turning to the viewer and asking "Ya happy?" Less obfuscating, more being forced to play the stereotype.
- Older Than They Look: Has a teenage grandson despite looking like she's in her 20's. Then again, this could be that she's had son or daughter extremely young or she might reproduce or age differently on the account of being part fox.
- Or not. The first season stated her to be 23. Whether or not they stuck to this is unknown.
- Considering babies have gotten pregnant on the show before, it's not that far a stretch.
- Only Sane Woman: Wooldoor has lampshaded this by telling her she's the only one that's not "completely retarded".
- Positive Discrimination: She's black and tends to go through less misfortune than Toot and Clara.
- Really Gets Around: She's had a lot of sex in her life and has slept with quite a lot of people.
- Sassy Black Woman: She has a real 'tude.
- Skintone Sclerae: Being designed like a Hanna-Barbera character and all.
- Slapstick Knows No Gender: While nowhere near as much as Clara or Toot but can still have her head break into a hundred pieces after being hit with a bottle.
- The Smart Guy: There's not a lot of competition, though.
- Stripperiffic: Her clothes are very revealing.
- Team Mom: Jew Producer once called her the group's "unofficial leader".
- Third-Person Person: She constantly says "Foxxy" to refer to herself.
- Took a Level in Dumbass: She became far more prone to fits of idiotic behavior in Season Three and in the movie.
- Twofer Token Minority
An ill-tempered Pikachu knock-off. He speaks in faux-Japanese babble (his voice actress calls it "Japorean"...) and seldom interacts much with the other characters (who usually don't understand a word he says). He plays the fish-out-of-water foreigner/Team Pet. He is also incredibly violent (expect bucketloads of blood in any of his scenes) and parodies the tendency for Japanese animation to be far more mature than its Western counterparts despite both being aimed at a younger audience.
Voiced by: (English) Abbey McBride
Voiced by: (Latin America) Gaby Ugarte (Season 3)
- As Long as It Sounds Foreign: The dialogue his subtitles translate isn't a real Asian language and is just random gibberish.
- Badass Adorable: Comes with being a parody of Pikachu.
- The Chew Toy: BIG time.
- Fun with Subtitles: Subtitles appear for almost all of his dialogue, and some of it plays with the stereotype of Asians being unable to tell the difference between L and R.
- Grotesque Cute: He's very adorable for such a bizarre creature.
- Japanese Ranguage: A lot of jokes featuring him involve the stereotype of an Asian being unable to tell L sounds and R sounds apart.
- Kavorka Man: Has lots of One Night Stands with female Battle Monsters, all picked up from Nightclubs.
- Killer Rabbit: He may be a cute creature, but he can tear anyone who opposes him to shreds.
- Pint-Sized Powerhouse: Very small and also extremely formidable.
- Shock and Awe: His powers seem to be lightning-based.
- Theme Song: Ling-Ling into battle go ...
- Third-Person Person: He frequently addresses himself as "Ling-Ling".
- Ugly Guy, Hot Wife: His wife Ni-Pul is a sexy, if diminutive, purple Cat Girl with a bazooka in her tail (and, proportionally, D-cup knockers). Ling-Ling himself, being a Pikachu expy, looks like a really big orange rat.
- The Unintelligible: While most of his dialogue may sound like an Asian language, it's actually incomprehensible gibberish.
- "Well Done, Son!" Guy: Tries to get his father to notice him.
A parody of both the generic Disney Princess (to the point of her design being very close to Ariel's) and the naive airhead, complete with the ability to spontaneously generate fuzzy woodland creatures when she sings. An obsessive religious fanatic, she also parodies the "upper class WASP" stereotype by being condescendingly biased against all ethnic and religious minorities.
Voiced by: (English) Tara Strong
Voiced by: (Latin America) Elsa Covián
- Badass Princess: At times. Multiple episodes demonstrate her as being adept at handling firearms, and in one episode, she hacks the proprietor of a torture enterprise to death with a sword.
- The Chew Toy: Gets beat up on a regular basis, has had her scalp ripped off her head twice, and was savaged by possessed trees.
- Cool Crown: Has a gold tiara.
- Daddy's Girl: Bordering on a requited-but-unconsummated Elektra complex when the only way she can get her father's attention is to strip at his favorite club.
- Disney Creatures of the Farce: She can summon animal friends by singing.
- Everything's Better with Princesses: She's a princess.
- The Extremist Was Right: Played for Laughs in the gay marriage episode when her prediction about Nazis riding dinosaurs destroying the world due to gay marriage turned out to be true.
- Friend to All Living Things: Exploited by Spanky as a source of food.
- The Fundamentalist: She often tries to force her beliefs onto others.
- Graceful Ladies Like Purple: Wears a simple purple dress.
- Innocent Bigot: At first, especially in the first episode when she tries to apologize to Foxxy.
- Innocent Blue Eyes: She has blue eyes, though how innocent she is is open to interpretation.
- It's All About Me: Falls into this at times, due to Word of God stating that she is fundamentally a fairly spoiled princess. Foxxy starts to soften up to her when she indicates that her father is the source of many of her beliefs, including her prejudices, causing Foxxy to see her as merely parroting what she's been told.
- Jerkass Ball: Tended to be cast as the villain whenever the show needed one, often with little justification given.
- Jerk With A Heart Of Jerk: In the movie, her last words to Xandir are to live his life to his fullest and to find someone he truly loves, but she also tells him not to marry him because the Bible forbids it and that he shouldn't adopt.
- Knight Templar: She actually believes that being bigoted will keep the world from falling into chaos.
- Laser-Guided Karma: After manipulating Captain Hero into causing car crashes for her own pleasure and going off with her friends whenever she's had enough, he kills her friends in a car accident.
- Long Hair Is Feminine: Has very long hair and is quite obsessed with it.
- Miss Conception: In the second episode, she thinks that being kissed (by another woman, no less) has made her pregnant.
- Never Bareheaded: The only time in the entire series she is seen without her tiara is when Captain Hero punches her and it falls off.
- Nightmare Fetishist: Her biggest kink is witnessing the horrific deaths of innocents via car accidents.
- Noble Bigot: Once. She suggested to Xandir that if being gay was so horrible, maybe he should try not being gay. And then suggested they "wish the gay away" when Foxxy points out homosexuality is something you're born with. Most of the time Clara acts like this, or seems to think she's this, before switching to a generally open and ignorant attitude.
- Ping-Pong Naïveté: Sometimes she knows about sex and sometimes she's absolutely clueless on the matter.
- Precision F-Strike: Curses far less than the other characters, making it much more noticeable when she does so.
- Politically Incorrect Villain: In the episodes where she has the villain role, they usually amp up her racism and christian fundamentalism even more than normal.
- Slapstick Knows No Gender: Tends to be the most physically abused of the characters.
- Technical Virgin: Never has straight-up coitus over the course of the series, but she gets off to watching car crashes in one episode, and is seen with a masturbatory aid in another, although she does get fingered by Captain Hero during a dance and slept with Toot during a role-playing exercise, but due to Toot being another female, whether or not that counts as a loss of virginity is up to individual beliefs.
- Token Religious Teammate: The only character who is blatantly and consistently a Christian.
- Token Wholesome: She is the only character on the show who seems to possess a sense of modesty.
- Took a Level in Jerkass: As Toot gradually became more sympathetic, Clara soaked up the excess bitchiness.
- In "N.R.A.Y RAY", she becomes a bitch towards Toot for no apparent reason, except to make us sympathize with Toot.
- Virginity Makes You Stupid: In the show's second episode, she apparently believed that you could get pregnant from a kiss, regardless of the gender of the person you did it with.
An Internet-derived character who enjoys exercising his warped, disgusting sense of humor. Parodies Internet Flash animations, adult animation (both on- and offline) that relies on disgusting, often sexual humor (and use Flash animation), and the "party animal" stereotype.
Voiced by: (English) Adam Carolla
Voiced by: (Latin America) Luis Daniel Ramirez
- Ambiguously Jewish: Despite being a pig, a Muslim, and a Scientologist.
- Big Ol' Unibrow: Spanky's voice actor Adam Carolla thinks it's a reference to his own.
- Catch Phrase: "Nothing can possibly go wrong."
- Characterization Marches On: He was a much bigger jerk in the early episodes.
- Everyone Has Standards: While morally ambiguous, like most of the cast, Spanky has been shown to not enjoy racist jokes directed at Native Americans, as seen in "Terms of Endearment," when they try and free Foxxy from a "Cartoon Erasement Camp", and pass several cells occupied by various offensive cartoons. He gets a laugh out of all but the ones of Native Americans, stating:Spanky: See, that's not funny. Those people got a raw deal.
- Gasshole: One episode has as a major plot point the issue of whether his farts are funny or not.
- Greed: His primary vice.
- Offing the Offspring: He grinds his newborn son into sausage the instant he's out of the womb in "Unrestrainable Trainable" and swats the children he had with Charlotte using a menu in "Charlotte's Web of Lies".
- Only Sane Man: Often is the one to give a speech with the reasonable solution to an issue, like saying that old cartoons with racist stereotypes may be offensive, but denying them as part of our culture is dangerous. This, unfortunately, gets him a Shut Up, Kirk! from Mickey Mouse, who proceeds with his plans.
- Rape as Backstory: The episodes "Terms of Endearment" and "Requiem for a Reality Show" state that he was molested by his shop teacher when he was twelve.
- The Sociopath: Lack of Empathy, deceives or puts people in horrible situations for his own convenience, is unpleasant, obnoxious, sadistic, greedy and manipulative. This is all toned down later on.
- Tempting Fate: His catchphrase, uttered immediately before something goes wrong.
A black-and-white cartoon gal from the 1920s who's an overweight, bitter, washed-up, borderline-psychotic, alcoholic parody of Betty Boop. She fills the role of the "bitch" character after her attempts at being the sexpot failed.
Voiced by: (English) Tara Strong
Voiced by: (Latin America) Evelyn Solares
- Abusive Parents: Neglect toward her Nicaraguan baby, resulting in it running way and getting pregnant itself.
- She also has abusive parents, or probably just her mom was more abusive since in "Mexican't Buy Me Love" she tells her to "suck on it".
- The Alcoholic: One of the heaviest drinkers in the cast.
- Ambiguously Jewish: Considering her surname ends with "stein".
- Attention Whore: She wants everyone to acknowledge her.
- Butt Monkey: She is often mutilated and subjected to jokes about her obesity.
- Character Development: Becomes less spiteful and more proactive over time, possibly as a result of Xandir acknowledging her as a friend, if not a lover.
- Fan Disservice: Whenever she's in a state of undress, the extent of her obesity and homeliness tends to be exaggerated.
- Fat Girl: She insist that's she's still beauty when all of the evidence points to the contrary. She comes from a time when women having curvy bodies and generally weighing a bit more was considered aesthetically pleasing. Of course, her weight varies depending on Rule of Funny and multiple close-ups of her are quite unsettling.
- Extreme Omnivore: She's eaten a television and a cell phone, among many other things.
- Gold Digger: Her reason for marrying Ling-Ling's father, despite initially being repulsed by his advances.
- I'm a Humanitarian: Not above eating people. At one point, this proves to be a good thing when she ate an evil Strawberry Shortcake expy.
- Insane Troll Logic: Her first response when something isn't working is to eat it. She ate the TV when she couldn't find the remote, and once proposed eating Ling-Ling.
- Nightmare Face: Usually, her face isn't a pretty sight when we see it up-close.
- Older Than They Look: Heavily implied because of her being a 1920's cartoon character.
- One-Winged Angel: When she swallows a whole lot of jello and grows massive during her fight with Foxxy in the season 1 finale. She soon falls down and loses the fight, though.
- Pie-Eyed: She's drawn this way to reflect her origins.
- Plucky Girl: Became one by the end of the series.
- Revenge Before Reason: In Breakfast Food Killer Frankenberry tries give Toot her own breakfast cereal she responds as such:Toot: It's a touching offer and clearly in my own best interest. But I'm far too vindictive. So fuck you ass-bags!
- Slapstick Knows No Gender: She tends to die much more often then the other house mates and is constantly injured in many episodes."'Toot:'" I'LL CHOP MY F***ING HEAD OFF!!! *cuts off head and Spanky uses it as a toilet*
- Took a Level in Kindness: Well, not really, but her personality softened noticeably between the first and third seasons.
- Transsexual: Or possibly Hermaphrodite, she's had a fair share of boners poking through her skirt throughout the series. Either that, or she has an unnaturally large clit.
- White-Dwarf Starlet
- Yandere: Toward Xandir through the first season and a half.
- Zettai Ryouiki
A goofy yellow whatchamacallit who parodies wacky cartoon characters. Inspirations for this character include Spongebob Squarepants, Stimpy from The Ren & Stimpy Show, any of the Warner brothers (and sister) from Animaniacs, any of Tex Avery's wacky characters when Avery worked for MGM, and basically whatever the plot demands. He plays the attention-seeking Team Pet.
Voiced by: (English) James Arnold Taylor
Voiced by: (Latin America) Arturo Mercado
- Ambiguously Jewish
- Attention Deficit... Ooh, Shiny!
- Captain Ersatz: Even more so than the other characters. Notably, the other housemates are parodies of their respective characters, but Wooldoor basically is Spongebob Squarepants (with a little bit of Stimpy from Ren and Stimpy) in all but name, and acts exactly like he would if Spongebob became a more adult-oriented cartoon.
- A newspaper in one episode even refers to him as a "poorly-conceived Spongebob parody".
- Catch Phrase: Wooldoor likes to say "WEEEEEE!" a lot, so much so that he has it on his headstone. In "Drawn Together Babies", he claims that due to an injury he sustained, he has to say it very often or he'll drown in his own bile.
- Cloud Cuckoolander: He is definitely the zaniest of the gang.
- Does Not Like Shoes: All he wears on his feet are socks.
- Fun Personified: He's pretty much a goofy and fun-loving guy.
- Genius Ditz: He is the one in the house with the most medical and scientific capability (he's been able to perform surgery a few times)
- A God Am I: "You ask me if I have a god complex? I AM GOD."
- Hero-Worshipper: Literally.
- Innocently Insensitive: His naivete causes him to blurt out incredibly offensive things on occasion.
- Mad Doctor: He sometimes pretends to be a physician or a psychiatrist.
- Vague Age: While everyone else has their age displayed next to their name in the confessional, Wooldoor just has question marks.
- Was Once a Man: According to "Drawn Together Babies", he used to be a human baby who was altered into his current state when an infant Captain Hero spun him around very fast.
Xandir P. Wifflebottom
An effeminate (later openly gay) elf swordsman and video game character who parodies Link from the The Legend of Zelda games (and Video Games in general). His role on the show is that of the Camp Gay (after being Ambiguously Gay for the first couple of episodes).
Voiced by: (English) Jack Plotnick
Voiced by: (Latin America) Eduardo Garza
- All Gays Are Promiscuous: He comes out of the closet in episode 3. By the very next episode, he has already lost his gag reflex.
- Bare Your Midriff: His outfit exposes his bellybutton.
- Bishōnen: He's very handsome.
- Camp Gay: He acts effeminate and very frequently expresses his fondness for sex.
- Dark-Skinned Blond: He has blonde hair and tannish skin.
- Driven to Suicide: Repeatedly, after his girlfriend leaves him. He went through about 48 extra lives before the other housemates stopped him.
- Exposed to the Elements: He frequently wears the same revealing clothing regardless of the weather.
- Only Sane Man: A role he swaps around with Foxxy. Becomes more and more prominent as he starts to share screen time with Captain Hero.
- Pinball Protagonist: Sometimes he's the main focus and sometimes he's little more than an extra.
- Positive Discrimination: He's the token gay character and is one of the characters most likely to have things go well for him.
- Stripperiffic: His clothes are extremely revealing. He even wears a tiny loincloth.
- Surrounded by Idiots: Captain Hero is enough to be considered "idiots" given his massive stupidity.
- The Twink: Has shades of this, especially when he plays a starry-eyed, naive version of himself in the roleplaying episode.
- Transparent Closet: His main gag for the first two episodes, before coming out in episode three.
- Those Two Guys: Is often paired with Captain Hero
- Uke: Subverted, when he has sex with "Tim" he is on top.
- Underwear of Power
- Zettai Ryouiki
The Jew Producer
The only non-housemate to have any sort of recurring importance to the show. Originally, "Jew Producer" was just his nickname amongst the cast until he established that "The Jew Producer" was, in fact, his name.
Voiced by: (English) James Arnold Taylor
Voiced by: (Latin America) Federico Romano (Season 1-2), Salvador Reyes (Season 3)
- Author Avatar: He is the in-show representation of the show's creators, a rare villainous example of the trope.
- Aww, Look! They Really Do Love Each Other: The movie shows that deep down, he truly does care about the housemates.
- Bad Boss: Never misses an opportunity to abuse his power.
- Big Bad: The closest this series has to one, given that he created the show and orders everyone around.
- Characterization Marches On: In his first non-intercom appearance, he is a heartless creep who is perfectly willing to kill the cast if they disobey him. In the movie, he's kept the housemates supported for his own amusement long after the show has been canceled only to eventually save them from being erased.
- Driven to Suicide: In the second season clip show he becomes upset after Xandir denies sleeping with him. He kills two staffers and then himself soon after. He got better though.
- Even Evil Has Standards: As big a dick he may be, even he is appalled by how vile his boss is.
- Heroic Sacrifice: He's Killed Off for Real in the movie saving the cast.
- Jerkass: For many many reasons, though forcing the cast to spend three hours praising his genitals is probably the best example.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Is revealed as this in The Movie, as it turns out he's grown attached to the Drawn Together gang.
- Non-Human Head: He looks like a man in a suit, except with a speaker where his head should be; this is a reference the fact that prior to his first physical appearance, he was just The Voice heard on the intercom, the speaker of which looks like his head.
The head of the network which aired Drawn Together in universe. Only appeared in The Movie as the main antagonist. Voiced by Vernon Wells.
- Bad Boss: He tries to force the Jew Producer to kill the Drawn Together cast against his will.
- Big Bad: He is the main antagonist of The Movie.
- Facial Horror: Half of his face is horribly scarred.
- Freudian Excuse: He wants to kill the Drawn Together cast because a billboard advertising the show indirectly caused his wife and daughter to die in an accident.
- Greater Scope Villain: He is this to the main series, as he owns the network the show airs on.
- Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: His ultimate end is getting impaled on some spikes.
- Jerkass: He's pretty mean, considering how quick he is to solve problems by erasing cartoon characters.
- Knight of Cerebus: While it is usually played for laughs as always happens in this cartoon, the first time he is introduced in the film is more serious than one would expect for this series.
- Taking You with Me: Upon getting impaled, he reveals to have several eraser bombs strapped to himself to try and take the Drawn Together gang and the entirety of Make a Point Land with him as he dies.
- Tragic Villain: His hatred of the Drawn Together cast is born from the death of his family.
- Ultimate Evil
The Boss's robotic henchwoman whose job it is to permanently erase the housemates. Voiced by Seth MacFarlane.
- Does This Remind You of Anything?: Much of her dialogue is thinly veiled references to the state of the nation of Israel.
- The Dragon: She kills cartoon characters as orders from the Boss.
- Fun with Acronyms: Her name stands for Intelligent Smart Robot Animation Eraser Lady.
- Last Minute Hookup: Near the end of the film, she gets together with the Giant who Shits in His Mouth.
- Mistreatment-Induced Betrayal: She decides to help the housemates after getting fed up with the Boss insulting her.