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- The Ace
- Badass Normal: Shows up in episodes such as Built for Speed, Royal Canadian Mounted Panther in the 1990s series.
- Butt-Monkey: Depending on the Writer.
- New Job as the Plot Demands: In the 1993 series, the Panther (or "Pinky" as some like Granny call him) often had a different job in each short.
- Screwy Squirrel: Depending on the Writer.
- The Silent Bob: Subverted, once he became Suddenly Voiced.
- Silent Snarker
- Suddenly Voiced: In the 1993 series by Matt Frewer and Michael Sinterniklaas in the two PC games.
- Plus in "Pink Ice" and at the end of "Sink Pink" by Rich Little (doing an impression of David Niven).
- The Chew Toy
- Friendly Enemy: In some of the 1993-1995 episodes he was friends with The Pink Panther.
- Hair-Trigger Temper: At times he could certainly explode into a fit of anger.
- Jerkass: Sometimes.
- No Name Given: However, one episode refers to him as "Waldo" but this could equally be an alias.
- Race Lift: Given a more flesh-colored look to fit with the 1990s.
- Small Name, Big Ego: At times his ego was his defining trait.
- Suddenly Voiced: By Wallace Shawn in the 1993 series.
- What, Exactly, Is His Job?: He was sometimes portrayed as the Panther's boss/immediate supervisor.
(Note: Names are unknown at this time, please fix)
- Big Bad: In at least 4 episodes: The Inspector's Most Wanted, Pinky's Dilemma, Pink Big, You Only Pink Twice and Rain or Snow or Pink of Night.
- Dartboard of Hate: Directed towards the Inspector.
- Hair-Trigger Temper: This happens in every episode he's in. Especially Rain or Snow or Pink of Night.
- Jerkass: More obnoxious than annoying.
- Knight of Cerebus: He definitely made the show a lot darker at times.
- Large Ham: And HOW!
- Stalker Without a Crush: He hates the Inspector.
7 Manly Men
A duo of a chicken and a pig, they appear in their sole episode Hamm-N-Eggz.