Characters / Open Season

Introduced in Open Season

Voiced by:
Martin Lawrence (first film)
Mike Epps (second film)
Matthew J. Munn (third film)
Donny Lucas (Scared Silly)
The main protagonist of the first film. A bear raised by Forest Ranger Beth, treated like a beloved pet, who performs in shows put on to teach people about wild animals. A performance gone wrong leads to him being set free, and after a movie of misadventures, he decides to remain in the woods.

  • Bears Are Bad News: Generally not the case, but if he gets ticked off, he gets ticked off. When he thinks that Elliot died to protect him from Shaw, he ties the hunter up with his gun.
  • Beary Friendly: Being a domesticated bear and all, he's quite harmless as far as grizzlies go.
  • Beary Funny: He rides a unicycle for crackers, to start with.
  • Berserk Button: Being told he weighs 1,200 pounds instead of 900.
  • Big Eater: He's usually the first member of the group to get hungry, but could go with just some fishy crackers through most of the first film.
  • Big Guy, Little Guy: With Elliot.

Voiced by:
Ashton Kutcher (first film)
Joel McHale (second film)
Matthew W. Taylor (third film)
Will Townsend (Scared Silly)
A one-antlered mule deer that, after a series of accidents and misadventures, eventually becomes Boog's best friend.

  • Adorkable: Very awkward and silly, usually when around Giselle.
  • Funny Animal: Doesn't wear any clothes, but walks upright on his hind legs most of the time.


A forest ranger that lovingly raised Boog.


Voiced by:
Gary Sinise (first film)
Trevor Devall (Scared Silly)
The main antagonist of the first movie. A sinister hunter that enjoys his hobby, though paranoia and a series of events involving Boog and Elliot later make him think he's the last defense against an animal uprising.

  • Arbitrary Skepticism: He believes animals will overthrow mankind but doesn't believe bigfoot is real. And he doesn't believe in the werewolf until he believes he encountered one in Scared Silly.
  • Big Bad: Of the first movie and "Scared Silly".
  • Jerkass: Cruel, sociopathic, and selfish.
  • Large Ham: Courtesy of Gary Sinise and later Trevor Devall.
  • Smug Snake: Extremely prideful about his hunting abilities.

Sheriff Gordy

The sheriff of the town of Timberlane.


Voiced by:
Billy Connolly (first two films)
Andre Sogliuzzo (third film)
Lee Tockar (Scared Silly)
The leader of a large organization of squirrels, who have claimed every tree in the forest as their own.

Bob & Bobbie

Mr. Weenie's owners. Are attempting to track down Bigfoot.

Mr. Weenie

Voiced by:
Cody Cameron (first three films)
Will Townsend (Scared Silly)
A wiener dog originally belonging to Bob & Bobbie, though he hates that life and ends up siding with the forest animals..


Voiced by:
Matthew W. Taylor (first three films)
Lee Tockar (Scared Silly)
A small porcupine that thinks Elliot is his buddy after the deer helps remove him from Boog's posterior (after the bear accidentally fell on him).

The Rabbits


Voiced by:
Jane Krakowski (first two films)
Melissa Sturm (third film and Scared Silly)
Elliot's love interest.


Voiced by:
Patrick Warburton (first film)
Matthew W. Taylor (second and third films)
Brian Drummond (Scared Silly)
The leader of the deer herd that Elliot's from. Originally banished Elliot, but they eventually have to work together.

Introduced in Open Season 2


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. This is apparently because he was fixed.
  • 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

  • The Ditz: Possibly the dumbest character in the movies.
  • 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

  • Category Traitor: Played with, when it comes to Roger.
    Fifi: (seeing Roger throws up a poster he ate) I hate cats.
    Stanley: (sighs) So do I.

Introduced in Open Season 3


Voiced by: Dana Snyder