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 Jess Harnell.
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.
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 teenaged self.
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 a later episode suggests her mother is an actual fox. Her ears clearly are real.
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.
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 of Japanese animation to be far more mature than its Western counterparts despite both being aimed at a younger audience. Voiced by Abbey McBride
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.
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.
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 have sex 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.
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.
Spanky 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.
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. Voiced by Tara Strong.
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".
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.
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 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.
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.
Author Avatar: He is the in-show representation of the show's creators, a rare villainous example of the trope.
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.