Characters: Handy Manny

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    Main and Major Characters 

Manuel "Manny" Garcia

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Manny's Tools

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Stretch

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Flicker

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Turner

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Felipe

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  • Breaking the Fourth Wall: Most of the time.
  • Driven to Suicide: Felipe in "Felipe's important Job" when nobody needed his help. He tried to end his life. He cried when it was happening until Manny needed.
    Felipe: I'll just find a nice quiet place to rust.
Later he said something else:
Felipe: Felipe: Maybe Manny should just melt me down and use me for scrap metal.
  • Meaningful Name: Felipe is a Phillips screwdriver and is bilingual in English and Spanish ("Felipe" is Spanish for "Phillip").
  • Men Don't Cry: Felipe can't cry because he will rust. So he tries to hold back the tears.
  • Friendly Rivalry: To Turner sometimes.
  • Hollywood Tone-Deaf: Felipe loves to sing but he has a terrible voice. He even recorded a song and sang at the Talent show.
  • Sharp-Dressed Man: Felipe at the wedding.

Dusty

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Rusty

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Squeeze

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Pat

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Mr. Leonard Lopart

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Fluffy Louise Lopart

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Kelly

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Abuelito

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Fixit

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    Other Characters 

Mrs. Portillo

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Carlos

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Inam

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Elliot

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Mayor Rosa

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Lola

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  • Truly Single Parent: She has two sons, Pepe and Chico but she has no husband to seen.
  • Child by Rape: Pepe and Chico look like miniature versions of Manny. So Probably Manny's their real father!

Alvarez family

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Mrs. Lopart

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Pepe and Chico

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  • Disappeared Dad: Pepe and Chico don't seem to have a father all they have is Lola (their mother) and Manny (their uncle).
  • Strong Family Resemblance: Look at Manny then look at them. Don't they look exactly like Manny?

Gary

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Hank

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  • Good Owner: He loves his tools and maybe loves them more than how much Manny loves his.

    Manny's School for Tools and Other tools 

Beamer

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Zip

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Pinzas

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Sneeze

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Tick and Totts

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Roland

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  • Hammerspace: Roland can store many tools.
  • Happily Adopted: Shortly after Hank retired he was given to Gary.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: During the episode "Picture Perfect" there are a set of books in the background. One of the books had something that resembled him on the cover.
  • Forgetful Jones: Roland can't remember what he stores in his drawers.

Spinner

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Jack

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Lefty

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  • So Proud of You: Lefty to his son.
    Lefty: (chuckles) that's my son.
  • Happily Adopted: Shortly after Hank retired he was given to Gary.
  • Like Father, Like Son: Junior is much like his father he even looks like his father too.
  • Men Don't Cry: On "Handy Manny's School for Tools: The Right Wrench" Lefty at some point looked like he was ready to cry but he didn't end up crying.
  • Doting Parent
  • Let's Have Another Baby: Lefty was like that to Lily at some point in Manny's School for tools: The right wrench. When he looked like he was flirting with his own "wife".
  • Continue Your Mission, Dammit!: Lefty did this when he heard the plane was late.
    Lefty: But we don't have any time to spare!

Lily

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  • I Just Want to Be Beautiful: Lily is thinking that often based off some of the facial expressions she makes when she's not speaking. Even her offical artwork shows it. It's implying she's trying to look flirtatious and sexy.
  • Mama Bear: Lily is overprotective to her son, Junior. This often annoys him when she tells him the most ridiculous things about his health or safety. You can even see her checking Junior at the end of "Handy Manny's School for Tools: The Right Wrench".
    Lily: Be Careful Junior, You'll Scratch your metal!
  • Good Parents: Lily as well as her husband, Lefty.
  • Teen Pregnancy: Lily herself is 22 years old right now and her son, Junior is 4 years old. So that makes her 18 years old when she gave "birth" her son Junior.
  • Broken Tears: Lily is prone to those when she's depressed.
  • Happily Adopted: Shortly after Hank retired she was given to Gary.

Junior

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