Man Child: Bert's the same age as Ralph and Melissa, both already married. They all attended the same school, the same grade along with Cedric Sneer. They all graduated from college. So, all of them must be in their early to mid twenties. Also Bert doesn't live at his own home, Ralph and Melissa let him stay with them. However, almost every chapter we see Bert playing dangerous antics and acting as if he's still a teenager, if not a kid.
Official Couple: With Cedric. They been together for as long as she been in the show.
Outdoorsy Gal: Although, she's more girly, she still enjoys joining out in the forest, riding her bike, exploring, camping, swimming in the lake. She even wears, a sleeveless top, shorts and sneakers.
Passionate Sports Girl: If riding her bike and participating in the first annual Forest Games, in "Stop The Clock" has anything to say about that.
Put on a train: She was Demoted to Extra by season three, where she only appeared in three episodes (her second to last one "The Evergreen Express" where she was in the train). Her final appearance is a cameo in "The Headline Hunter".
Even Evil Has Standards: Throughout the series, Cyril has lines he will not cross when it comes to making profits and, more than once, he makes sacrifices for the greater good, especially when it comes to his son, Cedric. It gets to the point where, in the later seasons, the 'evil' part is practically gone.
It shows in The One That Got Away. He is devastated about losing a beloved fishing pond to toxic waste. He eventually finds out the pigs did it as part of a moonlighting job, simply because they needed money. His response?
Cyril: You want money? Here! Here's lots of money! Take it all! Take some more! Just give me back the fishing hole! Can you do that? Can you give me a price on that? Can you?
Flanderization: Inverted. Whilst his lust for profits/money is a recurring trait, the early seasons is when it's at its peak.
I Gave My Word: An early hint that Cyril could be a Jerkass with a Heart of Gold was that he had a strict matter of pride about keeping promises. This appears in "Go It Alone" when it's revealed that he gave his word to protect a statue in memorial to a relative of his who gave away all of his money to charitable causes.
Karmic Jackpot: The nicer Cyril got in the series, the more his luck improved because his proper moral choices.
Kick the Dog: Amongst most of his actions in the early episodes, he literally does this to his pet dog, Snag.