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Voiced by: Will FerrellBorn without arms or legs and works at a poison factory called the Globocide. Despite his deformities he is very chipper and sunny, and is modeled after various fathers from 1950s TV shows.
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Voiced by: Jean SmartA chain smoking alcoholic who was originally a Hill resident but moved to the valley after marrying Bob. All her hair has since fallen out due to the hazardous atmosphere of The Valley, and she is now regarded as an outcast by her former Hill friends. While not bitter about losing her privileged life, she often expresses disdain towards her self-centered former neighbors in the Hills.
Tropes associated with Pickles:
Biff and Chip Oblong
Voiced by: Randy Sklar (Biff) and Jason Sklar (Chip)17-year-old conjoined twins who are attached at the waist and share a middle leg. Biff is a hard worker obsessed with sports, while Chip is more laid back. Biff and Chip each occasionally go into "trances" to give the other brother privacy.
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Voiced by: Pamela AdlonThe youngest son and the series' protagonist. Often referred to by other kids as a “psycho”, he is afflicted with numerous mental and social disorders and is on "everything from Ritalin to Rogaine." Despite his afflictions, he is a very forthright and benevolent boy, though he envies the Hill lifestyle and wishes to rise above his economic status.
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Voiced by: Jeannie EliasThe youngest child and only daughter, and has a warty, elongated growth growing out of her head (which comes from bovine growth hormones. According to the episode "Pickles' Little Amazons," Beth asks the supermarket butcher for flank steaks with no bovine growth hormones because "I don't need another one of these"). Despite her appendage, she appears to be significantly better adjusted than the rest of her family.
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The one-lungednote family cat who chain-smokes cigarettes and wears an uninterested, deadpan expression.
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Milo's narcoleptic dog, a result of perfume used on him during his tenure as a test animal at Globocide.
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Voiced by: Lea DeLariaA fat, toad-like girl who will eat virtually anything. She lives in a fantasy world, believing that she is pretty and popular and that the "Debbies'" actually like her (she seems to stubbornly believe this, as when told that the Debbies hate her, she covered her ears, shut her eyes, and started stomping around humming very loudly).
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Voiced by: Jeannie Elias
A girl who speaks with a deadpan French accent and appears to float instead of walk, as her legs are never shown. She is obsessed with death, and has a problem with pyromania, but it has been revealed she does enjoy hula hoops (even though her stiff movements make it physically impossible for her to use one).
Tropes associated with Susie:
A one-breasted girl who lacks a lower jaw, causing her to spit and talk with a lisp. Despite her deformities, Peggy is incredibly cheerful and upbeat.
Tropes associated with Peggy:
A boy saddled with a dangling, doubled posterior. Standard underwear will not fit him, so he wears his grandmother's old bra like backwards suspenders. He is also known to habitually probe his nose and ears with his finger.
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Voiced by: Billy WestBob's rich and snobby boss. He represents the power and arrogance of the people of the Hills. He is very condescending to his employees, especially Bob and James.
Tropes associated with George:
Pristine KlimerThe wife of George and mother to Jared and Debbie. Pristine was good friends with Pickles before she married Bob, but abandoned her once she went to live in the valley.
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Jared KlimerThe arrogant son of George and Pristine and brother to one of the Debbies. He likes to taunt The Clubhouse Kids, along with his equally snobbish best friend Blaine.
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Voiced by: Becky ThyreA popular clique of identical girls who dress alike, much like the Heathers or the also-animated Ashleys from Recess. The Debbies are often cruel to the valley kids, especially Helga who aspires to be accepted by them.
Tropes associated with the Debbies:
Mayor Johnny "The Mayor" BledsoeThe town's mayor and a masked pro wrestler, a parody of pro wrestler-turned-elected official Jesse Ventura. He is corrupt, and his daughter is a Debbie.
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Voiced by: Billy WestThe owner of the bar Pickles frequents, The Rusty Bucket. Her name is a play on the phrase "I need a bidet." It is implied that she is a pre-op transsexual, and though it is made obvious to viewers, none of the characters in the show seem to realize it.
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JamesBob's hunchbacked co-worker. He is a people-pleaser and lacks self-esteem, buying friends on eBay to attend his bachelor party.
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