- Brought to You by the Letter "S": Bert's trademark red-and-yellow sweater bears his initial.
- 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 about 25 to 30 years old. 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.
Ralph & Melissa Raccoon
- Straight Man: When with Bert or Cedric, Ralph pretty much takes this role.
- Bratty Half-Pint: He has his moments.
- Chickification: Lisa goes from sporty girl to an emotional wreck in her second episode. However, it's done very believably.
- Cool Big Sis: Although, she gets annoyed with her younger brother Bentley, she still cares about him.
- Passionate Sports Girl: She enjoys playing basketball and also went on a bicycle race
- Tomboyish Ponytail: To also go along with her love for basketball.
- Amazing Technicolor Wildlife: Like Cyril and Sophia, he's a pink aardvark.
- Character Development: Starts out relatively quiet and shy, then gradually becomes more assertive and confident.
- Honest Corporate Executive: In the finale "Go For Gold", he becomes the president of Sneer Enterprises and is a complete aversion of his father from the early seasons.
- Lovable Nerd: He may be nerdy but he has a good heart.
- Man Child: He cannot sleep unless his dad comes to sing his favorite lullaby.
- Morality Pet: His father deep down cares about him and can worry for him.
- Shrinking Violet: Male version. At first, but he got more confident as the series went on.
- Trademark Favorite Food: Chocolate pudding. In The Raccoons on Ice, Cyril threatens to take them away if Cedric joins Bert's team.
- Amazing Technicolor Wildlife: She's an aardvark with pink fur and blue hair.
- True Blue Femininity: Alot of the clothing she wore were blue.
- Break the Cutie: In "The Raccoons and the Lost Star" when she's imprisoned in Cyril Sneer's dungeon.
- Cannot Keep a Secret: Even if she tried. Look below The Ditz for an example.
- The Chick: In "The Raccoons In Ice", while the other main cast, were practicing for the hockey game, Sophia was supporting for them, gave them drinks and was somewhat the cheerleader.
- The Cutie: She was the sweetest of the main male character's respectful love interests.
- The Ditz: She was...really naive to say the least. For example in "Rumours!" When she and Cedric was keeping a secret, she told Bert"We're going to prepare for the arrival of the King and Queen! They're coming to the Evergreen Forest, but we can't tell you that, cause it's a secret.(beat)Oops!"
- Hair Decorations: Her white headband. In "Rumours", she also wore pearls around her head.
- Innocent Blue Eyes: She had blue eyes. She was never mean spirited, and was kind hearted.
- Long Hair Is Feminine: She always wore her hair down and she was more girly compared to Melissa or Lisa.
- 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".
- Single Woman Seeks Good Man: Cedric's a nice guy an Sophia loves him for it.
- Who Wears Short Shorts??: She normally wears white shorts.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: The top part of her hair is straight and it ends down in curls.
- Gentle Giant: He's big, but he's really nice and friendly.
- Depending on the Writer: He's either his son or little brother (blood or adopted).
- MacGuffin: He wears a star on his collar which is important to the plot in The Raccoons and the Lost Star.
- The Unintelligible: Unlike Schaeffer, he can't speak. He can only bark.
- Bad Boss: Was this to a degree early on. As he softens up, the pigs commit atrocities that are actually deserving of Cyril's frustration at times. What they do in The One That Got Away for example.
- Character Development: The most notable case in the series; from a corrupt Jerk Ass to a Jerk with a Heart of Gold.
- Corrupt Corporate Executive: In the early seasons. Not so much as the show progresses.
- Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Even at his nastiest early on in the series, always loved his son Cedric Sneer.
- 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.
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?
- 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?
- Flanderization: Inverted. Whilst his lust for profits/money is a recurring trait, the early seasons is when it's at its peak.
- 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.
- Large Ham: Just hear him talk, or laugh!
- Laser-Guided Karma: Received both sides of the karma "coin" throughout the series. See Karmic Jackpot above.
- Took a Level in Kindness: As part of his Character Development.
- Anti-Villains: They're not evil, they're just obeying their boss.
- Butt Monkey: Though they bring it on themselves in the later seasons.
- My God, What Have We Done?: They unknowingly contribute to polluting the waterhole. When they realise what they've done, they're utterly guilt stricken.
- No Name Given: Subverted, while they are very rarely addressed by name, they are in fact called Floyd, Lloyd and Lloyd. Fanon has one of the Lloyds named Boyd.
- One Steve Limit: Defied, see above.
- Yes-Man: At least, in the earlier seasons. They try to defy Cyril later on.
Forest Ranger Dan
- Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: Along with Ranger Dan and Tommy, she vanished sometime after season one.
- Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: She's a gold natured, friendly girl.