Voiced by: Martin Lawrence
Mike Epps (second film)
Matthew J. Munn (third film)
- Bears Are Bad News: Actually subverted. He has become a domesticated bear, and is not vicious, making him...
Ashton Kutcher (first film)
Joel McHale (second film)
Matthew W. Taylor (third film)
- Funny Animal: Doesn't wear any clothes, but walks upright on his hind legs most of the time.
Voiced by: Gary Sinise
- Arbitrary Skepticism: He believes animals will overthrow mankind but doesn't believe bigfoot is real.
Jane Krakowski (first two films)
Melissa Sturm (third film)
Voiced by: Billy Connolly
(first two films)
Andre Sogliuzzo (third film)
Voiced by: Cody Cameron
Voiced by: Matthew W. Taylor
Voiced by: Crispin Glover
- The Atoner: In the third film he seems to have given up his old ways that may or may not have driven him insane in the first sequel.
- Sanity Slippage: In the second film, where he slowly begins losing his fur and his eyes begin to get more and more twitchy.
Voiced by: Steve Schirripa
Voiced by: Sean Mullin
- Fat and Skinny: Skinny to Stanley's fat.
- The Friend Nobody Likes: Pretty much sealed in this dialog:
Roger: Weenie, it's been ages!
Stanley: Oh, here's my chance.
Mr. Weenie: Roger! Hey, let's go find your buddy Stanley.
Stanley: No no no no, he's your friend now!
- Simpleton Voice: He has one of the most hilariously stupid voices in all of Western Animation, and it fits his character perfectly.
Voiced by: Fred Stoller
Voiced by: Dana Snyder