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!'''Characters/{{Pastamonsters/Index}}:''' [[Characters/PastamonstersTheUnderRhelm The Under Realm]] | [[Characters/PastamonstersTheMainTrio The Main Trio]] | [[Characters/PastamonstersTheProxies The Proxies]] | [[Characters/PastamonstersTheSlenderFamily The Slender Family]] | [[Characters/PastamonstersEndermanAndHisAllies Enderman and his allies]] | [[Characters/PastamonstersThePit The Pit]] | The Human World |[[Characters/PastamonstersPresidentBushAndOtherAssociates President Bush and Other Associates]] | [[Characters/PastamonstersBeingsOfTheUniverse Beings of the Universe]] [[Characters/PastamonstersTheMalitchEmpire The Malitch Empire]]


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!'''Characters/{{Pastamonsters/Index}}:''' !!'''Characters/{{Pastamonsters}}:''' [[Characters/PastamonstersTheUnderRhelm The Under Realm]] | [[Characters/PastamonstersTheMainTrio The Main Trio]] | [[Characters/PastamonstersTheProxies The Proxies]] | [[Characters/PastamonstersTheSlenderFamily The Slender Family]] | [[Characters/PastamonstersEndermanAndHisAllies Enderman and his allies]] | [[Characters/PastamonstersThePit The Pit]] | The Human World |[[Characters/PastamonstersPresidentBushAndOtherAssociates | [[Characters/PastamonstersPresidentBushAndOtherAssociates President Bush and Other Associates]] | [[Characters/PastamonstersBeingsOfTheUniverse Beings of the Universe]] | [[Characters/PastamonstersTheMalitchEmpire The Malitch Empire]]




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!'''Characters/{{Pastamonsters/Index}}:''' [[Characters/PastamonstersTheUnderRhelm The Under Realm]] | [[Characters/PastamonstersTheMainTrio The Main Trio]] | [[Characters/PastamonstersTheProxies The Proxies]] | [[Characters/PastamonstersTheSlenderFamily The Slender Family]] | [[Characters/PastamonstersEndermanAndHisAllies Enderman and his allies]] | [[Characters/PastamonstersThePit The Pit]] | The Human World |[[Characters/PastamonstersPresidentBushAndOtherAssociates President Bush and Other Associates]] | [[Characters/PastamonstersBeingsOfTheUniverse Beings of the Universe]] [[Characters/PastamonstersTheMalitchEmpire The Malitch Empire]] | ''[[Characters/PastamonstersPastamonstersTheFinalSeason Pastamonsters: The Final Season]]''


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!'''Characters/{{Pastamonsters/Index}}:''' [[Characters/PastamonstersTheUnderRhelm The Under Realm]] | [[Characters/PastamonstersTheMainTrio The Main Trio]] | [[Characters/PastamonstersTheProxies The Proxies]] | [[Characters/PastamonstersTheSlenderFamily The Slender Family]] | [[Characters/PastamonstersEndermanAndHisAllies Enderman and his allies]] | [[Characters/PastamonstersThePit The Pit]] | The Human World |[[Characters/PastamonstersPresidentBushAndOtherAssociates President Bush and Other Associates]] | [[Characters/PastamonstersBeingsOfTheUniverse Beings of the Universe]] [[Characters/PastamonstersTheMalitchEmpire The Malitch Empire]] | ''[[Characters/PastamonstersPastamonstersTheFinalSeason Pastamonsters: The Final Season]]''

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* AgentScully: Due to his belief that everyone in the Under Realm is a kid in a costume, he constantly tries to find logical explanations as to the madness around him (for instance calling X's illusions "special effects").



* AscendedExtra: Goes from a one-off background character to a secondary character in "To Proxy Mountain".

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* AscendedExtra: Goes from a one-off background character to a secondary character in "To Proxy Mountain".Mountain" and "Legends of the Multiverse".



* CaptainOblivious: He has seen BEN and nearly all of the Proxies outside their human forms before and has visited the Under Realm and the Pit numerous. He just thinks that all the Monsters are kids wearing very good Halloween costumes.
* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: At one point, he helps President Bush pull a BigDamnHeroes to save Jeff and his gang from Enderman, B.O.B and the Rake, beating up the Rake singlehandedly. [[spoiler: He also gives Zalgo a NoHoldsBarredBeatdown alongside the Proxies.]]

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* CaptainOblivious: He has seen BEN and nearly all of the Proxies outside their human forms before and has visited the Under Realm and the Pit numerous. He just thinks that all the Monsters are kids wearing very ''very'' good Halloween costumes.
* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: At one point, he helps President Bush pull a BigDamnHeroes to save Jeff and his gang from Enderman, B.O.B and the Rake, beating up the Rake singlehandedly. [[spoiler: He also gives Zalgo a NoHoldsBarredBeatdown alongside with the Proxies.]]Proxies, smacking him over the head multiple times with a lead pipe.]]
* EmpoweredBadassNormal: [[spoiler: Along with the New Elite in "Legends of the Multiverse"]].



* MeanBoss: A subversion — while he comes off as strict, his reasons for firing BEN are entirely justifiable, and he does manage to show a bit of sympathy towards the latter, admitting that BEN's "a nice guy, but just not dependable".

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* MeanBoss: A subversion — while he comes off as strict, his reasons for firing treating BEN rather aggressively are entirely justifiable, and he does manage to show a bit of sympathy towards the latter, admitting that BEN's "a nice guy, but just not dependable".



* StraightMan: No-nonsense and always spouting logical explanations for everything.



* {{Workaholic}}: His devotion to work is paramount.

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* {{Workaholic}}: His devotion to work is paramount. During his adventures with his Proxies in "Legends of the Multiverse", he constantly worries about his emploees not taking inventory correctly.


* TheAce: He has a lot of skills under his belt. He is a skilled swordsman, AcePilot, and a doctor.
* AllLoveIsUnrequited: As noted above, his lover has a much more appealing significant other.



* AllLoveIsUnrequited: As noted above, his lover has a much more appealing significant other.



* CaptainOblivious: He has seen BEN and nearly all of the Proxies outside their human forms before. He just thinks they're wearing very good Halloween costumes.

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* CaptainOblivious: He has seen BEN and nearly all of the Proxies outside their human forms before. before and has visited the Under Realm and the Pit numerous. He just thinks they're that all the Monsters are kids wearing very good Halloween costumes.


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* UnfazedEveryman: He adapts to the Under Realm fairly quickly. Justified in a sense, as he believes all the Monsters are children in ''very'' good Halloween costumes and all the blood is just special effects.


* BigSisterInstinct: Towards Sally and BEN to a lesser extent, even if they aren't blood-related.

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* BigSisterInstinct: Towards Sally and BEN to a lesser extent, even if they aren't blood-related. She also loves her real brother, Isaac, to death and is utterly broken when [[spoiler: X kills him. Luckily, Aton revives Isaac as a reward to Lara for stopping Zalgo.]]



* CoolBigSis: To Isaac.



* DamselInDistress: At the end of "Legends of the Multiverse" [[spoiler: she's kidnapped by Zalgo and imprisoned in his lair. [[BadassInDistress Her kidnapping doesn't undercut any of her badassery]], and she manages to inflict more damage to Zalgo than any of the other Proxies. In fact, her kidnapping was triggered by the fact that Lara simply didn't fear Zalgo.]]

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* DamselInDistress: At In the end of "Legends of the Multiverse" finale [[spoiler: she's kidnapped by Zalgo and imprisoned in his lair. [[BadassInDistress Her kidnapping doesn't undercut any of her badassery]], lair before being turned into demon and she manages used to inflict more damage to Zalgo than any of attack the other Proxies. In fact, her kidnapping was triggered by the fact that Lara simply didn't fear Zalgo.Proxies.]]


* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: At one point, he helps President Bush pull a BigDamnHeroes to save Jeff and his gang from Enderman, B.O.B and the Rake, beating up the Rake singlehandedly.

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* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: At one point, he helps President Bush pull a BigDamnHeroes to save Jeff and his gang from Enderman, B.O.B and the Rake, beating up the Rake singlehandedly. [[spoiler: He also gives Zalgo a NoHoldsBarredBeatdown alongside the Proxies.]]



* TheSixthRanger: Originally a one-shot character before becoming a full-blown secondary character. He temporarily joins the Proxies in their efforts to [[spoiler: stop Eyeless Jack from destroying all known universes]] in "To Proxy Mountain" (although he was completely unaware he was working with serial killers the whole time).

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* TheSixthRanger: Originally a one-shot character before becoming a full-blown secondary character. He temporarily joins the Proxies in their efforts to [[spoiler: stop Eyeless Jack from destroying all known universes]] in "To Proxy Mountain" and "Legends of the Multiverse" (although he was completely unaware he was working with serial killers the whole time).


* NewJobAsThePlotDemands: He's been a cashier, a bartender, a cameraman, assistant manager, a mattress salesman, a tour bus driver, an actor, a retirement home orderly, a business executive, a dentist, and a bank teller.

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* NewJobAsThePlotDemands: He's been a cashier, a bartender, a cameraman, assistant manager, a ''White House security guard'', a mattress salesman, a tour bus driver, an actor, a retirement home orderly, a business executive, a dentist, and a bank teller.


* CoolBigSis: She is one to her brother, Isaac. She also takes on this role to Sally and BEN to an extent. Normally she's apathetic and sarcastic to BEN, but she acts protective of him and Sally.



* TheIdealist: Zig-zags between this and TheCynic.

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* TheIdealist: Zig-zags between this and TheCynic. TheIdealist



* ItsPersonal: [[spoiler: After X killed her brother]].


!'''Characters/{{Pastamonsters/Index}}:''' [[Characters/PastamonstersTheUnderRhelm The Under Realm]] | [[Characters/PastamonstersTheMainTrio The Main Trio]] | [[Characters/PastamonstersTheProxies The Proxies]] | [[Characters/PastamonstersTheSlenderFamily The Slender Family]] | [[Characters/PastamonstersEndermanAndHisAllies Enderman and his allies]] | [[Characters/PastamonstersThePit The Pit]] | The Human World | [[Characters/PastamonstersBeingsOfTheUniverse Beings of the Universe]] | [[Characters/PastamonstersTheMalitchEmpire The Malitch Empire]] | ''[[Characters/PastamonstersPastamonstersTheFinalSeason Pastamonsters: The Final Season]]''


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!'''Characters/{{Pastamonsters/Index}}:''' [[Characters/PastamonstersTheUnderRhelm The Under Realm]] | [[Characters/PastamonstersTheMainTrio The Main Trio]] | [[Characters/PastamonstersTheProxies The Proxies]] | [[Characters/PastamonstersTheSlenderFamily The Slender Family]] | [[Characters/PastamonstersEndermanAndHisAllies Enderman and his allies]] | [[Characters/PastamonstersThePit The Pit]] | The Human World |[[Characters/PastamonstersPresidentBushAndOtherAssociates President Bush and Other Associates]] | [[Characters/PastamonstersBeingsOfTheUniverse Beings of the Universe]] | [[Characters/PastamonstersTheMalitchEmpire The Malitch Empire]] | ''[[Characters/PastamonstersPastamonstersTheFinalSeason Pastamonsters: The Final Season]]''




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!!President Eugine Fisher Bush a.k.a Pid'jin
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The dimwitted President of the United States of America. He has been in every single American war since WW1. He is aware of the Proxies existence but allows them to kill as long as they pay him. Despite his goofy behavior, he can occasionally show hints of brilliance.

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!!President Eugine Fisher Bush a.k.a Pid'jin
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The dimwitted
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!!Mr. Mandavi
The manager
of Sal's Pizza and BEN's boss in the United States of America. Human World. He also has been in every single American war since WW1. He is aware of romantic problems as the Proxies existence but allows them girl he loves is more attracted to kill as long as they pay him. Despite his goofy behavior, he can occasionally show hints of brilliance.handsomer cousin.



* AbhorrentAdmirer: He occasionally goes to Los Angeles to stalk celebrates. He has no problem with getting a total stranger to beat up, kill, mug and harass celebrates he "loves" on his behalf.
* TheAce: He's a sniper, a master martial artist, and regularly joins the Proxies in saving the multiverse.
* AcrophobicBird: He never learned to fly.
* ActionDad
* AdultsAreUseless: Bush is probably one of the most inefficient presidents in US history.
* AmazinglyEmbarrassingParents: To Ducky. Bush often tries to use slang to relate with her, resulting in her stating that what he's saying is outdated.
* AmbiguousDisorder: Many episodes imply he suffers from Alzheimer's. He also suffers from PTSD as a result of being in every single American war after WW1.
* AnimalsNotToScale: He's rather big for a duck, measuring up to Jeff's hips.
* AntiRoleModel: Is an alcoholic, a war criminal, racist, and a {{jerkass}}.
* AristocratsAreEvil: He's apparently a lord and a very unpleasant person.
* AtLeastIAdmitit: His political campaign amounts to, "Yes, I'm a dick. But would you rather vote for an unabashed {{Jerkass}} or a BitchInSheepsClothing?"
* AttentionWhore: He loves being in the spotlight.
* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: He's the President of the United States. He's also fought in every single American war and can still fight well without his age hindering him.
* AxCrazy: He is clearly not mentally stable, and it's implied he is a SerialKiller not unlike the Proxies.
* BadassAdorable: Whenever he brings out his puppy dog eyes.
* BadassNormal: Maybe, maybe not. It's hard to tell whether he's a normal duck or not.
* BashBrothers: With Rick Bernstein on many occasions.
* BatmanCanBreatheInSpace: Bush can inexplicitly breathe in the vacuum of space. When BEN asks why, Bush's explanation is [[HandWave tuned out by Jeff's singing]].
* BerserkButton:
** If you touch or steal any of his money, you might not want to drink or eat anything for a while. Or walk out in the open.
** Making fun of his size is a good enough excuse for him to turn you into live target practice for his army.
** He once gave BEN a black eye for calling him "Feathers". [[note]]When he was in the military, "Feathers" was an insult used by Bush's drill sergeant to humiliate him, although BEN was unaware of this.[[/note]]
* BerserkerTears: When BEN calls him "Feathers".
* BewareTheSillyOnes: He's very stupid and goofy, but he's got thousands of soldiers, mercenaries, and nukes at his disposal. Seriously, he can go from being delightfully silly one moment to being an AxCrazy psychopath the next.
* BiTheWay: Which is ironic considering Bush's disdain for anything gay/bi.
* BigEater: "Boys vs Girls" also epitomizes this, as he brags about men being able to eat a Deluxe Whopper Sr. in one bite, then proceeding to eat the whole thing in one bite.
* BigWhat: His reaction to X jump-scaring him and the Proxies is to shout "'''WHAT?! WHAT?! WHAT?! WHAT?! WHAT?! WHAT?! WHAt?! WHAT?! WhAT?! WHAT?! WHAT?! WHAT?! WHAT?! WHAT?! WHAAAAAAAAT?!!!!''' in a confused panic.
* BrattyHalfPint: Very small, very spoiled.
* TheBully: He basically treats everyone like trash just to make himself feel better.
* BumblingDad: Although Duck loves him anyway.
* TheCaligula: During his reign as president, he has used the USA's funds to get revenge on his enemies list, forced the population of Michigan to build a giant statue of himself, and committed pretty much every single crime in the book.

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* AbhorrentAdmirer: He occasionally goes to Los Angeles to stalk celebrates. He has no problem with getting a total stranger to beat up, kill, mug and harass celebrates he "loves" on his behalf.
* TheAce: He's a sniper, a master martial artist, and regularly joins the Proxies in saving the multiverse.
* AcrophobicBird: He never learned to fly.
* ActionDad
* AdultsAreUseless: Bush is probably one of the most inefficient presidents in US history.
* AmazinglyEmbarrassingParents: To Ducky. Bush often tries to use slang to relate with her, resulting in her stating that what he's saying is outdated.
* AmbiguousDisorder: Many episodes imply he suffers
AscendedExtra: Goes from Alzheimer's. He also suffers from PTSD as a result of being one-off background character to a secondary character in every single American war after WW1.
"To Proxy Mountain".
* AnimalsNotToScale: He's rather big for AllLoveIsUnrequited: As noted above, his lover has a duck, measuring up to Jeff's hips.
much more appealing significant other.
* AntiRoleModel: Is an alcoholic, a war criminal, racist, and a {{jerkass}}.
* AristocratsAreEvil: He's apparently a lord and a
BerserkButton: The very unpleasant person.
sight of Pizza Hut sets him off.
* AtLeastIAdmitit: His political campaign amounts to, "Yes, I'm a dick. But would you rather vote for an unabashed {{Jerkass}} or a BitchInSheepsClothing?"
* AttentionWhore: He loves being in
ButtMonkey: Tends to be on the spotlight.
* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: He's the President
receiving end of the United States. He's also fought in every single American war and can still fight well without his age hindering him.
* AxCrazy: He is clearly not mentally stable, and it's implied he is a SerialKiller not unlike the Proxies.
* BadassAdorable: Whenever he brings out his puppy dog eyes.
* BadassNormal: Maybe, maybe not. It's hard to tell whether he's a normal duck or not.
* BashBrothers: With Rick Bernstein on many occasions.
* BatmanCanBreatheInSpace: Bush can inexplicitly breathe in the vacuum of space. When BEN asks why, Bush's explanation is [[HandWave tuned out by Jeff's singing]].
* BerserkButton:
** If you touch or steal any of his money, you might not want to drink or eat anything for a while. Or walk out in the open.
** Making fun of his size is a good enough excuse for him to turn you into live target practice for his army.
** He once gave BEN a black eye for calling him "Feathers". [[note]]When he was in the military, "Feathers" was an insult used by Bush's drill sergeant to humiliate him, although BEN was unaware of this.[[/note]]
* BerserkerTears: When BEN calls him "Feathers".
* BewareTheSillyOnes: He's very stupid and goofy, but he's got thousands of soldiers, mercenaries, and nukes at his disposal. Seriously, he can go from being delightfully silly one moment to being an AxCrazy psychopath the next.
* BiTheWay: Which is ironic considering Bush's disdain for anything gay/bi.
* BigEater: "Boys vs Girls" also epitomizes this, as he brags about men being able to eat a Deluxe Whopper Sr. in one bite, then proceeding to eat the whole thing in one bite.
* BigWhat: His reaction to X jump-scaring him and the Proxies is to shout "'''WHAT?! WHAT?! WHAT?! WHAT?! WHAT?! WHAT?! WHAt?! WHAT?! WhAT?! WHAT?! WHAT?! WHAT?! WHAT?! WHAT?! WHAAAAAAAAT?!!!!''' in a confused panic.
* BrattyHalfPint: Very small, very spoiled.
* TheBully: He basically treats everyone like trash just to make himself feel better.
* BumblingDad: Although Duck loves him anyway.
* TheCaligula: During his reign as president, he has used the USA's funds to get revenge on his enemies list, forced the population of Michigan to build a giant statue of himself, and committed pretty much every single crime in the book.
BEN's antics.



* CantTakeCriticism: Doesn't take being called out by others well. He runs to his room crying when Sally roasts him for being a bad president.
* TheCasanova: Provided his wife isn't around to see it.
* CerebusSyndrome: His ForgetfulJones tendencies get a bit grimmer when some episodes imply Bush suffers from Alzheimer's.
* CharacterizationMarchesOn: Originally, he was just a very violent and stoic (if dim-witted) president. Later, his personality shifted to a paranoid, very stupid, and incredibly delusional soldier who sees the USA as a war zone.
* ChildHater: Bush does not like children because they are loud and constantly smash his windows with their footballs.
-->'''Bush''': I just don't understand kids these days. Remind me to sign that abortion bill.
* ComedicSociopath: He's prone to antics that are devoid of concern for the people he hurts and (mostly) hilarious.
* ControlFreak: He seems to want full control over everybody's personal life; for example, he orders the American people to give up smoking pot or else he'll increase their taxes.
* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Could easily rival Jeff in this trope.
* ColonelBadass: As seen in "Blast to the Past Part 2"
* ComicallyMissingThePoint: When he sees a traumatized jeff running from his doctor in the nude after an attempted prostate exam:
-->"Ugh, get a tan!"
* ConspicuousConsumption: His briefcase, containing the nuclear codes, is solid gold.
* ConspiracyTheorist: He firmly believes that Russians are out to take over the USA and is convinced a world-wide Russian hacking will take place in the near future.
* CoolCar: His presidential armored limo. It has a ''mounted mini-gun'' on the top, can send out spike strips, and can spew toxic gas from the exhaust in case of emergency.
* CoolChair: His chair in his office, which functions as a ''jetpack''.
%%%* CoolOldGuy:
* CorruptCorporateExecutive
* TheCorrupter: Under his influence, Sally becomes a RichBitch.
* CorruptPolitician: He is ''very'' greedy, selfish and can easily be bribed with money.
* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: He might be scrawny, cowardly and the stupidest character on the comic (which says something when you see his competition) but put his friends and family in danger around him and all bets are off. He actually destroyed an entire military platoon when his men were threatened.
* DadTheVeteran: He has been in every single American war since WW1 and is now a father to Ducky and also to an unnamed son.
* DepravedBisexual: He is married to a woman, but he is heavily implied to have sexual attractions to Laughing Jack, Enderman, and BEN.
* DirtyCoward: He's fearless in some occasions, to be sure, but in others, he's an iron-fisted tyrant who nonetheless cowers as soon as a bigger bully than him shows up. He's used Rick and the Proxies as human shields more than once.
* DirtyOldMan: Bush is a pervy old man, and loves letting every woman around know it.
* TheDitz: Arguably more than ''Jeff''.`
** "To Proxy Mountian" shows that Bush is so incredibly uneducated that he cannot even read properly. Case in point, he misreads "Don't touch the hyperdrive" as "Touch to earn free money".
* DotingGrandparent: Shows just as much love to Ducky's children than he does her.
* DotingParent: He spoils his daughter rotten.
* DrunkWithPower: Almost all the time. It's implied his first law that he passes gave him "political power over everything".
* {{Eagleland}}: He's got a beef against anything he thinks is un-American, like being a Beatnik or people not born in (nor probably concerned with standing behind the politics of) America.
* EasilyForgiven: No matter how badly he treats the Proxies or how heinous his actions may be, he will always be back in the Proxies' good graces by the end of the comic. A particularly noticeable example was when uses (and abuses) Smile to steal money and loose change from all of Washington, completely uncaring that attracting money causes Smile great discomfort.
* EccentricMillionaire: He has incredibly deep pockets and is perpetually filled with energy.
* EstablishingCharacterMoment: This is literally the first conversation he has in the comic.
-->'''Bush''': Alien forces threatening the world, civil unrest, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking I forgot to buy the groceries]]. And who the hell is this Lara Watkins? If what she says is true, we're facing an unprecedented crisis. Get me the president
-->'''Rick Berntien''': You ''are'' the president, sir.
-->'''Bush''': Good. Then I already know about this. Let's order lunch.
* EvenEvilHasLovedOnes: Through and through he loves his grandchildren and his daughter, Ducky. He even fought a shark just to get Ducky's purse back!
* EvenEvilHasStandards: He doesn't take kindly to people disrespecting America and the American Way.
* TheEveryman: How Bush views himself, and therefore how the viewer is supposed to see him.
* EvilIsPetty: Very much so.
* EvilOldFolks: Oh, yeah.
* {{Expy}}: His personality is basically an exaggerated version of UsefulNotes/DonaldTrump. Funny enough, Comickit came up with the idea of President Bush [[HilariousInHindsight ''before'' Trump ran for presidency]]
* FamilyMan: If Bush has any significant redeeming qualities, it's that he loves his family more than anything else. He's willing to take bullets for his daughter and her children, and literally caught a grenade for his wife.
* FictionFiveHundred: Bush's many businesses have allowed him to become extremely rich. Case in point, Bush owns multiple mansions across the United States, as well as hotels. He also owns his own space station with multiple spaceships at the ready, all equipped with laser guns.
* FlashbackStares: A common RunningGag with Bush is to have him stop what he's doing and stare blankly as a flashback occurs, followed by ear-piercing screaming and tank fire.
* FlatEarthAtheist: Bush repeatedly claims that he refuses to believe in magic, even when faced with Ms. P, Slenderman, and Zalgo.
* FriendToAllChildren: As long as you're an American child at least.
* TheFool: It's a wonder he hasn't been impeached yet.
* ForgetfulJones: Whether it's when to fold the sheets, or to remember where the nuclear codes are, he will likely forget it. Possibly {{Justified}}, as some episodes imply Bush suffers from Alzheimer's.
* FourStarBadass: As stated above, he was in the military for all two World Wars and the Vietnam war.
* {{Gasshole}}: Likes to fart and burp a lot.
* {{Greed}}: His entire life revolves around money, to the point where he has difficulty giving up a penny.
* GoGoEnslavement: It is heavily implied that the affair he had was not an affair, but that Bush is involved in sex trafficking if his comment about the film where Liam Neeson rescues his daughter is any indication.
* GuileHero: Sometimes.
* GunNut: '''HELL YES'''. One of his defining character traits is that he's obsessed with guns. He frequently to ridiculous levels, to the point of taking baths with bullet shells instead of water.
* HairTriggerTemper: When it comes to money, he can get explosively angry. Seriously you can hurt and kill his employees and he won't care, but so much as touch his money and he will flip the entire world around trying to hurt you.
* HalfDressedCartoonAnimal: Wears a suit with no pants.
* HarmfulToMinors: When he's reading a book to a bunch of pre-school children.
-->'''Bush''': Today's story is ''Ralph the Overly Aggressive Aardvark''. "''Meet Ralph the Overly Aggressive Aardvark! He loved smoking and watching porn''." ''[to the kids]'' I like him already. "''Ralph was the angriest aardvark in all the land. But Ralph was often too angry for his own good. During an important meeting at work, Ralph knocked over his boss' mug in a blind rage. 'What the fuck do you want me to do, you fuckin' schmuck?!', he roared. 'This is no laughing matter,' said Ralph's boss, Mr. Grasshopper. 'The company's hemorrhaging money.' 'Go fuck yourself with a big black cock!' Ralph cried out. 'Wipe that fucking smirk off your face!' exclaimed Mr. Grasshopper. 'SECURITY, PLEASE ESCORT RALPH OUT OF THE BUILDING!' Mr. Grasshopper commanded. Things also begun spiraling out of control at home. 'YOU'RE PROJECTING YOUR INSECURITIES ONTO ME!' said Ralph's wife, who was even more of a bitch than he was. She picked up a vase and hurled it at the wall! Shattered ceramic littered the floor. 'I'M LEAVING YOU, RALPH THE OVERLY AGGRESSIVE AARDVARK!'"'' ''[back to the children]'' Now shits really hitting the fan. ''"Ralph peered over to find his children cowering in fear at what they had witnessed. 'Your mothers a fucking cunt.'"'' ''[Bush flips the page to show Ralph with a prostitute]'' ''"'How much?', Ralph asked his new female companion. Ralph ate dinner over the kitchen sink that night. The End."'' Now, before I show you this next one, has anyone here ever heard of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally?
* TheHedonist: He seems to live entirely to have fun while neglecting his job as president.
* HealingFactor: He can somehow regenerate limbs with no problem.
* HeManWomanHater: Bush is often presented as the classic misogynist, thinking he's superior in every way and that other women are unworthy of anything other than satisfying his and other men's whims and desires, and woe be it on them if they object. He frequently thinks nothing of women other than sex objects and gets into a huge argument when others point this out.
* HenpeckedHusband: A genuinely romantic example, but Bush is somewhat afraid of his wife. After seeing her decimate an entire terrorist army, it's easy to see why he's afraid of her.
* HeyYou: This is basically how he greets people, rarely ever calling them by their names.
* HomemadeInventions: Bush is fond of these. Surprisingly, some of them actually work.
* HonestJohnsDealership: The guy is a swindler. Among other things, he sells fake tickets, expired milk, and lemon cars.
* {{Hotblooded}}: It doesn't take a lot to get him riled up.
* HorribleJudgeOfCharacter: Honestly thought Zalgo was a nice guy.
* IdiotBall: Holds it in "To Proxy Mountain" like its his first born child.
* IdiotHero: The "hero" part is a little subjective though.
* IdiotHoudini: If it wasn't for the Proxies or Rick, his antics would've gotten him in huge trouble or even killed on several occasions.
* IdleRich: He is the richest "man" in the world and is a LazyBum in every sense of the word.
* InopportuneVoiceCracking: His voice tends to crack whenever he screams, almost sounding like a pig squealing.
* InspectorJavert: He firmly believes everyone in Russia is evil.
* InsultBackfire:
-->'''Rick Steinback''': Mr. President, have you gone completely insane?!
-->'''Bush''': Like a fox!
* ItAmusedMe: A lot of the messed up things he does to other people are for his own amusement.
** He once started a war between Pakistan and India just to escape boredom.
** In one instance, President Bush convinces Jeff and BEN to paint the inside of his house, but states that the paint in question is permanent and if they get even a single drop on anything but the walls, he will chop their butts off and mount them over the fireplace. They accidentally get it on his prized military pistol, and President Bush simply licks the paint off and reveals that the paint is actually saliva-soluable. When he tells them that he told them as such just to mess with them, Jeff and BEN are not happy and immediately leave in disgust.
* ItsAllAboutMe: Bush makes it his mission to make sure the world revolves around him and him only.
* {{Jerkass}}: He's a colossal douchebag who is occasionally very unsympathetic.
* JerkassHasAPoint: A recurring gag is that Bush is constantly paranoid around the subject of Russians because he believes they are all evil. If "Motherland" is any indication, he's wasn't entirely wrong after all.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: All that being said, he does genuinely love his children, grandchildren, Rick, and the Proxies, and regularly shows it.
* KarmaHoudini: Bush has gotten away with assault, murder, robbery, counterfeiting, kidnapping, arson, rape, fraud, slavery, drug and weapon dealing, kidnapping, espionage, human rights violations, spousal abuse, treason, war crimes— in short, pretty much every felony on the book. He's a jerk at work and to his family and friends. His mind is constantly occupied with lewd thoughts and freely uses foul language. He invades other countries and steals their resources (especially oil) and pollutes the environment without a care in the world. The guy should be either dead or, as Ms. P (rather hypocritically) once said, in jail. Yet, he walks free, he proclaims himself as "everyman," and he still has everything he holds dear: he's still president of the United States, still has a trillion dollar bank account, and he has a family and good friends. There are quite a few people who are actually aware of his crimes against humanity. It's just Bush sends his [[HeKnowsTooMuch hitmen to deal with them before they can testify in court.]]
** KarmaHoudiniWarranty: While he does get away with a lot of horrible deeds, episodes such as "The Closet" (where he loses the money he obtained using the refrigerator magnet in Smile's stomach when the doctor takes it as payment for the medical bill) and "Proxy Caper" (where he is forced to give away free guns as punishment for stealing his own ammo and guns to get out of paying for delivery) end with him getting a suitable comeuppance.
* KillerRabbit: Who would've expected a duck to kick so much ass?
* KillItWithIce: Outside of sniping and poison, his preferred method of disposing of people is locking them in his freezer.
* KnightTemplar: His occasional treatment of the American People leans towards believing that he's in the right by going to extremes. Early on he was merely defending his business from his schemes, now he seems to take offense even when American citizens are making legitimate profits or merely aren't miserable.
* LackOfEmpathy: Bush casually brushes off any pain or anguish he causes as people being too "preachy" or "childish".
* LastNameBasis: Pretty much everyone (except Bush's wife and sometimes Rick) calls him Bush. Even his drivers license just says "Pres. Bush".
* LaughablyEvil: Every single misdeed he's done whether it be murder, sex slavery, or vandalism, is PlayedForLaughs.
* LawfulNeutral: Is aligned with this In-Universe.
* LazyBum: Most of his daily activities consists of eating chips, chilling in his pool, and watching TV.
* LethallyStupid: More than a few of his employees have been killed during his stupid antics. Empathized in "To Proxy Mountain", where it's almost guaranteed everything will go horribly wrong because of his idiocy.
* LoveHungry: He has the tendency to react ''badly'' when he thinks his friendship with the Proxies is under jeopardy.
* TheMadHatter: Take a look at his quote for the InsultBackfire section.
* MadeOfIron: He has cartoonish durability and has survived being run over by a truck and rammed by a bull.
* {{Manchild}}: He has the personality and reasoning of a four-year-old. Borders on PsychopathicManChild at times.
* TheMillstone: Becomes this in "To Proxy Mountain". Whenever the Proxies have a plan, Bush is sure to screw it up, or do something stupid to make their situation worse.
* MisterBig: He's the president of the United States and thus one of the biggest figures in the world, just not in stature.
* MoneyFetish: The staple of his character.
* MoralityPet: About the only people he's nice to is his daughter and her grandchildren.
* NeverMyFault: Whenever his schemes go wrong, he usually frames someone else; for example, he blames Jeff for "killing" the human resource expert with their poisonous hamburger even though he himself made the idea in the first place. When Jeff reminds him that it was his idea, Bush retorts, "Well, you could've talked me out of it!" That, however, is another example of this trope, as he had explicitly threatened to turn Jeff in if he didn't assist him in the scheme.
* NonIndicativeName: He is actually a duck, not a pigeon, apparently.
* NoodleIncident: This exchange:
-->'''Rick Bernstein''': I've come up with two locations that will fit our vacation parameters.
-->'''Karen''': Denmark.
-->'''President Bush''': I can't step foot in Denmark.
-->'''Ducky''': Why not?
-->'''President Bush''': Well, that's private, Ducky. Between me and the Danes.
* ObfuscatingStupidity: Possibly. Certain episodes imply Bush is not really stupid, but a sociopath who does stupid and often assholish things on ''purpose'' just because he knows his low intelligence (or facade of it) and high political status will keep him from punishment.
--> Is it almost time to ruin the United States?! Rick, don't start without me!
* OldSoldier: He solo'd an entire platoon of soldiers in Vietnam. It can a little hard to believe that he's a little over ''100'' years old.
* OneManArmy:
** He is able to hold off an entire SWAT team during the MexicanStandoff in "Good Ol' Days".
** In "Motherland", Bush defeats Ms. P, Jeff, BEN, Eyeless Jack, and Smile by himself [[spoiler: while brainwashed by Russians]]. Not even Slenderman's most elite Proxies can do much against him. Granted, the team was trying to distract him, not actually harm him, but it still shows just how strong and downright ''powerful'' Bush is when he fights seriously.
* OnlyInItForTheMoney: The main reason he allows the Proxies to murder humans.
* OurPresidentsAreDifferent: A good mix of Corrupt, Jerkass, Buffoon, Lunatic, and Evil. His speech at the United Nations should give you a good indication of what type of president he is.
-->'''Bush''': Hello. I'm here today at the.. [''looks at the U.N emblem''].....un. So, an Indian, a Frenchman, and the Pope are all on a plane. The pilot says, "Hey, are any of you not circumcised?" So the Pope lifts up his robe and says, "Shut up, stupid! You don't even speak English!" The Israeli asks the Japanese guy to open his eyes, but the Japanese man says, "I'm not squinting you crazy Jew, you're the one who sold me these cheap glasses!" What's the difference between a Belgian and a lump of dog shit? The Belgian drinks wine, but the dog shit smells good.
* PapaWolf: Utterly annihilated a gang of French terrorists when they kidnapped Ducky and her grandchildren.
* ParentalSubstitute: In some episodes, he acts as a grandfather for the Proxies.
* ParentsAsPeople: To his demeaning daughter.
* PaedoHunt: Quite possibly, he's the only lead protagonist-type character in the series implied to have strong sexual feelings toward children.
* PhlebotinumKilledTheDinosaurs: Apparently, Bush was the one who dropped the nuke on Hiroshima.
* PintSizedPowerhouse: As shown in "Proxyville" when he gives the Rake a NoHoldsBarredBeatdown. He even lifts the Rake over his head and tosses him across a hallway with little visible effort.
* PluckyComicRelief: His moronic antics can sometimes be the only source of levity in the more serious episodes.
* PoisonousFriend: In "To Proxy Mountain", Bush is willing to sacrifice the Proxies because he "lived a full life." This was actually lampshaded by the Rake, who says sarcastically "Great friend you got there."
* PoliticallyIncorrectVillain: He hates Jews, Mexicans, Asians.... Pretty much anyone who isn't American. He also charges black people more to attend his rallies. He's also an elitist, as he tells a homeless man and his family right in their faces that their lives don't matter if there is no money in their bank accounts.
* PresidentEvil: He can be fairly tyrannical, selfish and cruel. He even let's Slenderman and the Proxies commit murder in the Human World as long as they pay him a quick buck every week.
* PsychoPrototype: It's hinted in one episode that he was the result of a botched cloning attempt that resulted in a duck/human hybrid. Reinforced when Jeff tells its creator, Mayor Bigmouth, after learning this that they need to have a little talk.
* RetiredBadass: He served in ''both'' World Wars.
* RichBastard: Oh, yeah. Ignoring the fact he's essentially turned the United States into a dictatorship, he's mocking of the unfortunate or middle-class.
* RichInDollarsPoorInSense: Bush is basically the grandfather of this trope.
* ScatterbrainedSenior: If you thought Jeff was stupid, you ain't seen nothing yet.
* ScreamsLikeALittleGirl: Whenever he freaks out.
* ScrewPolitenessImASenior: Being polite is not a very big priority for him.
* ScrewTheRulesIHaveMoney: His solution to every problem.
* SeniorSleepCycle: He tends to falls asleep in traffic.
* SerialKiller: It's strongly suggested that he is one. He flatly admits to poisoning other electoral opponents to eliminate the competition; it's strongly suggested that his gardener "got sick" and "fell" off a cliff, that his former vice president "met the shallow end of a shovel at the deep end of a grave" and died recently, and that his 13th accountant choked to death on her own hand, with the strong implication that Bush killed all three.
* ShellShockedVeteran: Many episodes imply that Bush was traumatized and suffered from major PTSD after the many wars he battled in. For instance, when Rick wakes him up from sleep, Bush screams and yells "EVERYONE HEAD TO THE BUNKERS! WE'RE UNDER ATTACK!!"
* SirSwearsALot: Whenever he's in a sticky situation. He especially loves the words "cocksucking" and "fuck". The motto for his campaign was even "Because fuck everyone else!"
* TheSixthRanger: He often tags along with the Proxies on their escapades.
* SmallNameBigEgo: He's shown signs of this more than a few times, like when he forced a group of orphans to build a statue of himself. Primarily it's just him thinking he's gorgeous or him thinking others think highly of him.
* StaircaseTumble: In "Proxyland", Jeff shoves him down a flight of stairs and locks him in the basement.
* TheStoner: Such a stoner that he's tried to stage a "Smoke-In" at city hall for shits and giggles. After BEN gets Bush all the drugs he asks for in order to stage one, he and his entire administration get so high off their own stash they completely forget about it.
* SuperStrength: He's been shown to be able to lift the White House and punch ''tanks'' into bits and pieces. In one episode, he ''pushes'' a mountain that was blocking his view out of the way. On another occasion, he managed to simultaneously overpower Jeff, Ms. P, BEN and Eyeless Jack.
* TechnologicallyBlindElders: He needed to be shown how to open a laptop and once destroyed a microwave because he couldn't get it to work
* TinyGuyHugeGirl: The Tiny Guy to his wife's Huge Girl.
* TooDumbToLive:
** [[SarcasmMode Surely selling nuclear arms to North Korea all for a few thousand bucks was the best he's had in mind, right?]] The fact that he told Rick to send more nukes to double his profit? [[EpicFail Bonus points!]]
** In "To Proxy Mountain", Bush nearly gets himself and the Proxies killed numerous times because of his stupidity.
* TooIncompetentToOperateABlanket: He's shown being needing to be talked through the simplest task, like how to open a book that teaches him ''how to count''.
* TookALevelInDumbass: He's noticeably less pragmatic and more stupid in "To Proxy Mountain".
* TrademarkFavoriteFood: Bush has a notable love for eggnog around the holidays.
* TriggerHappy: His first action to any problem is to grab a rocket launcher.
* TheUnapologetic: It takes a lot of effort to make Bush feel bad for his action.
* UngratefulBastard:
** The Proxies save his life several times in "To Proxy Mountain" and he doesn't even bother thanking them.
** On on occasion, a Russia diplomat donated his kidney to ''save his life'' and yet he still thinks all Russians are evil. Obviously, this is Played for Laughs and it's meant to show that Bush is stupid and delusional rather than outright evil.
* UpperClassTwit: UpToEleven.
* VagueAge: Can never decide if he's 95 or over 100 years old.
* VillainProtagonist: Easily up in the top three with the most morally bankrupt protagonists in the show, which is saying a ''lot''.
* VitriolicBestBuds: With Rick Bernstein.
* VocalDissonance: According to Comickit, if there was a live-action ''Pastamonsters'' movie, they would have Leslie Nielsen voice Bush (although they sadly commented on how that's not possible anymore).
* WackyParentSeriousChild: Ducky is hardly serious, but she sure looks like it compared to him.
* WhyAreYouNotMySon: Considers the Proxies to be his grandchildren.
* WhyCouldntYouBeDifferent: He wanted Ducky to be a boy.
* WouldHitAGirl: He was perfectly willing to "ice" Lara alongside Laughing Jack, at least until Ducky walked in and stopped him beforehand.
* WouldHurtAChild:
** He once gave BEN a black eye simply for calling him "Feathers".
** He's also perfectly fine with kidnapping schoolgirls and selling them to overseas sex slavery.
** He ''accelerates'' his car when he see's it's about to hit a baby stroller. [[SlasherSmile The look on Bush's face says it all.]]
* XMustNotWin: Even when the Russians are making legitimate profits, Bush will go out of his way to sabotage it.
* YourCheatingHeart: Bush has cheated on his wife many times.

to:

* CantTakeCriticism: Doesn't take being called out by others well. CaptainOblivious: He runs to his room crying when Sally roasts him for being a bad president.
* TheCasanova: Provided his wife isn't around to see it.
* CerebusSyndrome: His ForgetfulJones tendencies get a bit grimmer when some episodes imply Bush suffers from Alzheimer's.
* CharacterizationMarchesOn: Originally, he was just a very violent
has seen BEN and stoic (if dim-witted) president. Later, his personality shifted to a paranoid, very stupid, and incredibly delusional soldier who sees nearly all of the USA as a war zone.
* ChildHater: Bush does not like children because they are loud and constantly smash his windows with
Proxies outside their footballs.
-->'''Bush''': I
human forms before. He just don't understand kids these days. Remind me to sign that abortion bill.
* ComedicSociopath: He's prone to antics that are devoid of concern for the people he hurts and (mostly) hilarious.
* ControlFreak: He seems to want full control over everybody's personal life; for example, he orders the American people to give up smoking pot or else he'll increase their taxes.
* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Could easily rival Jeff in this trope.
* ColonelBadass: As seen in "Blast to the Past Part 2"
* ComicallyMissingThePoint: When he sees a traumatized jeff running from his doctor in the nude after an attempted prostate exam:
-->"Ugh, get a tan!"
* ConspicuousConsumption: His briefcase, containing the nuclear codes, is solid gold.
* ConspiracyTheorist: He firmly believes that Russians are out to take over the USA and is convinced a world-wide Russian hacking will take place in the near future.
* CoolCar: His presidential armored limo. It has a ''mounted mini-gun'' on the top, can send out spike strips, and can spew toxic gas from the exhaust in case of emergency.
* CoolChair: His chair in his office, which functions as a ''jetpack''.
%%%* CoolOldGuy:
* CorruptCorporateExecutive
* TheCorrupter: Under his influence, Sally becomes a RichBitch.
* CorruptPolitician: He is ''very'' greedy, selfish and can easily be bribed with money.
thinks they're wearing very good Halloween costumes.
* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: He might be scrawny, cowardly and the stupidest character on the comic (which says something when you see his competition) but put his friends and family in danger around him and all bets are off. He actually destroyed an entire military platoon when his men were threatened.
* DadTheVeteran: He has been in every single American war since WW1 and is now a father to Ducky and also to an unnamed son.
* DepravedBisexual: He is married to a woman, but he is heavily implied to have sexual attractions to Laughing Jack, Enderman, and BEN.
* DirtyCoward: He's fearless in some occasions, to be sure, but in others, he's an iron-fisted tyrant who nonetheless cowers as soon as a bigger bully than him shows up. He's used Rick and the Proxies as human shields more than once.
* DirtyOldMan: Bush is a pervy old man, and loves letting every woman around know it.
* TheDitz: Arguably more than ''Jeff''.`
** "To Proxy Mountian" shows that Bush is so incredibly uneducated that he cannot even read properly. Case in
At one point, he misreads "Don't touch the hyperdrive" as "Touch to earn free money".
* DotingGrandparent: Shows just as much love to Ducky's children than he does her.
* DotingParent: He spoils his daughter rotten.
* DrunkWithPower: Almost all the time. It's implied his first law that he passes gave him "political power over everything".
* {{Eagleland}}: He's got a beef against anything he thinks is un-American, like being a Beatnik or people not born in (nor probably concerned with standing behind the politics of) America.
* EasilyForgiven: No matter how badly he treats the Proxies or how heinous his actions may be, he will always be back in the Proxies' good graces by the end of the comic. A particularly noticeable example was when uses (and abuses) Smile to steal money and loose change from all of Washington, completely uncaring that attracting money causes Smile great discomfort.
* EccentricMillionaire: He has incredibly deep pockets and is perpetually filled with energy.
* EstablishingCharacterMoment: This is literally the first conversation he has in the comic.
-->'''Bush''': Alien forces threatening the world, civil unrest, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking I forgot to buy the groceries]]. And who the hell is this Lara Watkins? If what she says is true, we're facing an unprecedented crisis. Get me the president
-->'''Rick Berntien''': You ''are'' the president, sir.
-->'''Bush''': Good. Then I already know about this. Let's order lunch.
* EvenEvilHasLovedOnes: Through and through he loves his grandchildren and his daughter, Ducky. He even fought a shark just to get Ducky's purse back!
* EvenEvilHasStandards: He doesn't take kindly to people disrespecting America and the American Way.
* TheEveryman: How Bush views himself, and therefore how the viewer is supposed to see him.
* EvilIsPetty: Very much so.
* EvilOldFolks: Oh, yeah.
* {{Expy}}: His personality is basically an exaggerated version of UsefulNotes/DonaldTrump. Funny enough, Comickit came up with the idea of
helps President Bush [[HilariousInHindsight ''before'' Trump ran for presidency]]
* FamilyMan: If Bush has any significant redeeming qualities, it's that he loves
pull a BigDamnHeroes to save Jeff and his family more than anything else. He's willing to take bullets for his daughter and her children, and literally caught a grenade for his wife.
* FictionFiveHundred: Bush's many businesses have allowed him to become extremely rich. Case in point, Bush owns multiple mansions across the United States, as well as hotels. He also owns his own space station with multiple spaceships at the ready, all equipped with laser guns.
* FlashbackStares: A common RunningGag with Bush is to have him stop what he's doing and stare blankly as a flashback occurs, followed by ear-piercing screaming and tank fire.
* FlatEarthAtheist: Bush repeatedly claims that he refuses to believe in magic, even when faced with Ms. P, Slenderman, and Zalgo.
* FriendToAllChildren: As long as you're an American child at least.
* TheFool: It's a wonder he hasn't been impeached yet.
* ForgetfulJones: Whether it's when to fold the sheets, or to remember where the nuclear codes are, he will likely forget it. Possibly {{Justified}}, as some episodes imply Bush suffers
gang from Alzheimer's.
* FourStarBadass: As stated above, he was in the military for all two World Wars
Enderman, B.O.B and the Vietnam war.
* {{Gasshole}}: Likes to fart and burp a lot.
* {{Greed}}: His entire life revolves around money, to
Rake, beating up the point where he has difficulty giving up a penny.
* GoGoEnslavement: It is heavily implied that the affair he had was not an affair, but that Bush is involved in sex trafficking if his comment about the film where Liam Neeson rescues his daughter is any indication.
* GuileHero: Sometimes.
* GunNut: '''HELL YES'''. One of his defining character traits is that he's obsessed with guns. He frequently to ridiculous levels, to the point of taking baths with bullet shells instead of water.
* HairTriggerTemper: When it comes to money, he can get explosively angry. Seriously you can hurt and kill his employees and he won't care, but so much as touch his money and he will flip the entire world around trying to hurt you.
* HalfDressedCartoonAnimal: Wears a suit with no pants.
* HarmfulToMinors: When he's reading a book to a bunch of pre-school children.
-->'''Bush''': Today's story is ''Ralph the Overly Aggressive Aardvark''. "''Meet Ralph the Overly Aggressive Aardvark! He loved smoking and watching porn''." ''[to the kids]'' I like him already. "''Ralph was the angriest aardvark in all the land. But Ralph was often too angry for his own good. During an important meeting at work, Ralph knocked over his boss' mug in a blind rage. 'What the fuck do you want me to do, you fuckin' schmuck?!', he roared. 'This is no laughing matter,' said Ralph's boss, Mr. Grasshopper. 'The company's hemorrhaging money.' 'Go fuck yourself with a big black cock!' Ralph cried out. 'Wipe that fucking smirk off your face!' exclaimed Mr. Grasshopper. 'SECURITY, PLEASE ESCORT RALPH OUT OF THE BUILDING!' Mr. Grasshopper commanded. Things also begun spiraling out of control at home. 'YOU'RE PROJECTING YOUR INSECURITIES ONTO ME!' said Ralph's wife, who was even more of a bitch than he was. She picked up a vase and hurled it at the wall! Shattered ceramic littered the floor. 'I'M LEAVING YOU, RALPH THE OVERLY AGGRESSIVE AARDVARK!'"'' ''[back to the children]'' Now shits really hitting the fan. ''"Ralph peered over to find his children cowering in fear at what they had witnessed. 'Your mothers a fucking cunt.'"'' ''[Bush flips the page to show Ralph with a prostitute]'' ''"'How much?', Ralph asked his new female companion. Ralph ate dinner over the kitchen sink that night. The End."'' Now, before I show you this next one, has anyone here ever heard of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally?
* TheHedonist: He seems to live entirely to have fun while neglecting his job as president.
* HealingFactor: He can somehow regenerate limbs with no problem.
* HeManWomanHater: Bush is often presented as the classic misogynist, thinking he's superior in every way and that other women are unworthy of anything other than satisfying his and other men's whims and desires, and woe be it on them if they object. He frequently thinks nothing of women other than sex objects and gets into a huge argument when others point this out.
* HenpeckedHusband: A genuinely romantic example, but Bush is somewhat afraid of his wife. After seeing her decimate an entire terrorist army, it's easy to see why he's afraid of her.
Rake singlehandedly.
* HeyYou: This is basically how he greets people, rarely ever calling them by BEN.
* MeanBoss: A subversion — while he comes off as strict, his reasons for firing BEN are entirely justifiable, and he does manage to show a bit of sympathy towards the latter, admitting that BEN's "a nice guy, but just not dependable".
* RecurringExtra
* ShipperOnDeck: He encourages BEN to express his true feelings to his "mystery girl", being Sally.
* TheSixthRanger: Originally a one-shot character before becoming a full-blown secondary character. He temporarily joins the Proxies in
their names.
* HomemadeInventions: Bush is fond of these. Surprisingly, some of them actually work.
* HonestJohnsDealership: The guy is a swindler. Among other things, he sells fake tickets, expired milk, and lemon cars.
* {{Hotblooded}}: It doesn't take a lot
efforts to get him riled up.
* HorribleJudgeOfCharacter: Honestly thought Zalgo was a nice guy.
* IdiotBall: Holds it
[[spoiler: stop Eyeless Jack from destroying all known universes]] in "To Proxy Mountain" like its his first born child.
* IdiotHero: The "hero" part is a little subjective though.
* IdiotHoudini: If it wasn't for the Proxies or Rick, his antics would've gotten him in huge trouble or even killed on several occasions.
* IdleRich: He is the richest "man" in the world and is a LazyBum in every sense of the word.
* InopportuneVoiceCracking: His voice tends to crack whenever
(although he screams, almost sounding like a pig squealing.
* InspectorJavert: He firmly believes everyone in Russia is evil.
* InsultBackfire:
-->'''Rick Steinback''': Mr. President, have you gone
was completely insane?!
-->'''Bush''': Like a fox!
* ItAmusedMe: A lot of the messed up things he does to other people are for his own amusement.
** He once started a war between Pakistan and India just to escape boredom.
** In one instance, President Bush convinces Jeff and BEN to paint the inside of his house, but states that the paint in question is permanent and if they get even a single drop on anything but the walls, he will chop their butts off and mount them over the fireplace. They accidentally get it on his prized military pistol, and President Bush simply licks the paint off and reveals that the paint is actually saliva-soluable. When he tells them that he told them as such just to mess with them, Jeff and BEN are not happy and immediately leave in disgust.
* ItsAllAboutMe: Bush makes it his mission to make sure the world revolves around him and him only.
* {{Jerkass}}: He's a colossal douchebag who is occasionally very unsympathetic.
* JerkassHasAPoint: A recurring gag is that Bush is constantly paranoid around the subject of Russians because he believes they are all evil. If "Motherland" is any indication, he's wasn't entirely wrong after all.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: All that being said, he does genuinely love his children, grandchildren, Rick, and the Proxies, and regularly shows it.
* KarmaHoudini: Bush has gotten away with assault, murder, robbery, counterfeiting, kidnapping, arson, rape, fraud, slavery, drug and weapon dealing, kidnapping, espionage, human rights violations, spousal abuse, treason, war crimes— in short, pretty much every felony on the book. He's a jerk at work and to his family and friends. His mind is constantly occupied with lewd thoughts and freely uses foul language. He invades other countries and steals their resources (especially oil) and pollutes the environment without a care in the world. The guy should be either dead or, as Ms. P (rather hypocritically) once said, in jail. Yet, he walks free, he proclaims himself as "everyman," and he still has everything he holds dear: he's still president of the United States, still has a trillion dollar bank account, and he has a family and good friends. There are quite a few people who are actually aware of his crimes against humanity. It's just Bush sends his [[HeKnowsTooMuch hitmen to deal with them before they can testify in court.]]
** KarmaHoudiniWarranty: While he does get away with a lot of horrible deeds, episodes such as "The Closet" (where he loses the money he obtained using the refrigerator magnet in Smile's stomach when the doctor takes it as payment for the medical bill) and "Proxy Caper" (where he is forced to give away free guns as punishment for stealing his own ammo and guns to get out of paying for delivery) end with him getting a suitable comeuppance.
* KillerRabbit: Who would've expected a duck to kick so much ass?
* KillItWithIce: Outside of sniping and poison, his preferred method of disposing of people is locking them in his freezer.
* KnightTemplar: His occasional treatment of the American People leans towards believing that he's in the right by going to extremes. Early on
unaware he was merely defending his business from his schemes, now he seems to take offense even when American citizens are making legitimate profits or merely aren't miserable.
* LackOfEmpathy: Bush casually brushes off any pain or anguish he causes as people being too "preachy" or "childish".
* LastNameBasis: Pretty much everyone (except Bush's wife and sometimes Rick) calls him Bush. Even his drivers license just says "Pres. Bush".
* LaughablyEvil: Every single misdeed he's done whether it be murder, sex slavery, or vandalism, is PlayedForLaughs.
* LawfulNeutral: Is aligned
working with this In-Universe.
* LazyBum: Most of his daily activities consists of eating chips, chilling in his pool, and watching TV.
* LethallyStupid: More than a few of his employees have been killed during his stupid antics. Empathized in "To Proxy Mountain", where it's almost guaranteed everything will go horribly wrong because of his idiocy.
* LoveHungry: He has
serial killers the tendency to react ''badly'' when he thinks his friendship with the Proxies is under jeopardy.
whole time).
* TheMadHatter: Take a look at his quote for the InsultBackfire section.
* MadeOfIron: He has cartoonish durability and has survived being run over by a truck and rammed by a bull.
* {{Manchild}}: He has the personality and reasoning of a four-year-old. Borders on PsychopathicManChild at times.
* TheMillstone: Becomes this in "To Proxy Mountain". Whenever the Proxies have a plan, Bush is sure to screw it up, or do something stupid to make their situation worse.
* MisterBig: He's the president of the United States and thus one of the biggest figures in the world, just not in stature.
* MoneyFetish: The staple of his character.
* MoralityPet: About the only people he's nice to is his daughter and her grandchildren.
* NeverMyFault: Whenever his schemes go wrong, he usually frames someone else; for example, he blames Jeff for "killing" the human resource expert with their poisonous hamburger even though he himself made the idea in the first place. When Jeff reminds him that it was his idea, Bush retorts, "Well, you could've talked me out of it!" That, however, is another example of this trope, as he had explicitly threatened to turn Jeff in if he didn't assist him in the scheme.
* NonIndicativeName: He is actually a duck, not a pigeon, apparently.
* NoodleIncident: This exchange:
-->'''Rick Bernstein''': I've come up with two locations that will fit our vacation parameters.
-->'''Karen''': Denmark.
-->'''President Bush''': I can't step foot in Denmark.
-->'''Ducky''': Why not?
-->'''President Bush''': Well, that's private, Ducky. Between me and the Danes.
* ObfuscatingStupidity: Possibly. Certain episodes imply Bush is not really stupid, but a sociopath who does stupid and often assholish things on ''purpose'' just because he knows his low intelligence (or facade of it) and high political status will keep him from punishment.
--> Is it almost time to ruin the United States?! Rick, don't start without me!
* OldSoldier: He solo'd an entire platoon of soldiers in Vietnam. It can a little hard to believe that he's a little over ''100'' years old.
* OneManArmy:
** He is able to hold off an entire SWAT team during the MexicanStandoff in "Good Ol' Days".
** In "Motherland", Bush defeats Ms. P, Jeff, BEN, Eyeless Jack, and Smile by himself [[spoiler: while brainwashed by Russians]]. Not even Slenderman's most elite Proxies can do much against him. Granted, the team was trying to distract him, not actually harm him, but it still shows just how strong and downright ''powerful'' Bush is when he fights seriously.
* OnlyInItForTheMoney: The main reason he allows the Proxies to murder humans.
* OurPresidentsAreDifferent: A good mix of Corrupt, Jerkass, Buffoon, Lunatic, and Evil.
{{Workaholic}}: His speech at the United Nations should give you a good indication of what type of president he is.
-->'''Bush''': Hello. I'm here today at the.. [''looks at the U.N emblem''].....un. So, an Indian, a Frenchman, and the Pope are all on a plane. The pilot says, "Hey, are any of you not circumcised?" So the Pope lifts up his robe and says, "Shut up, stupid! You don't even speak English!" The Israeli asks the Japanese guy
devotion to open his eyes, but the Japanese man says, "I'm not squinting you crazy Jew, you're the one who sold me these cheap glasses!" What's the difference between a Belgian and a lump of dog shit? The Belgian drinks wine, but the dog shit smells good.
* PapaWolf: Utterly annihilated a gang of French terrorists when they kidnapped Ducky and her grandchildren.
* ParentalSubstitute: In some episodes, he acts as a grandfather for the Proxies.
* ParentsAsPeople: To his demeaning daughter.
* PaedoHunt: Quite possibly, he's the only lead protagonist-type character in the series implied to have strong sexual feelings toward children.
* PhlebotinumKilledTheDinosaurs: Apparently, Bush was the one who dropped the nuke on Hiroshima.
* PintSizedPowerhouse: As shown in "Proxyville" when he gives the Rake a NoHoldsBarredBeatdown. He even lifts the Rake over his head and tosses him across a hallway with little visible effort.
* PluckyComicRelief: His moronic antics can sometimes be the only source of levity in the more serious episodes.
* PoisonousFriend: In "To Proxy Mountain", Bush
work is willing to sacrifice the Proxies because he "lived a full life." This was actually lampshaded by the Rake, who says sarcastically "Great friend you got there."
* PoliticallyIncorrectVillain: He hates Jews, Mexicans, Asians.... Pretty much anyone who isn't American. He also charges black people more to attend his rallies. He's also an elitist, as he tells a homeless man and his family right in their faces that their lives don't matter if there is no money in their bank accounts.
* PresidentEvil: He can be fairly tyrannical, selfish and cruel. He even let's Slenderman and the Proxies commit murder in the Human World as long as they pay him a quick buck every week.
* PsychoPrototype: It's hinted in one episode that he was the result of a botched cloning attempt that resulted in a duck/human hybrid. Reinforced when Jeff tells its creator, Mayor Bigmouth, after learning this that they need to have a little talk.
* RetiredBadass: He served in ''both'' World Wars.
* RichBastard: Oh, yeah. Ignoring the fact he's essentially turned the United States into a dictatorship, he's mocking of the unfortunate or middle-class.
* RichInDollarsPoorInSense: Bush is basically the grandfather of this trope.
* ScatterbrainedSenior: If you thought Jeff was stupid, you ain't seen nothing yet.
* ScreamsLikeALittleGirl: Whenever he freaks out.
* ScrewPolitenessImASenior: Being polite is not a very big priority for him.
* ScrewTheRulesIHaveMoney: His solution to every problem.
* SeniorSleepCycle: He tends to falls asleep in traffic.
* SerialKiller: It's strongly suggested that he is one. He flatly admits to poisoning other electoral opponents to eliminate the competition; it's strongly suggested that his gardener "got sick" and "fell" off a cliff, that his former vice president "met the shallow end of a shovel at the deep end of a grave" and died recently, and that his 13th accountant choked to death on her own hand, with the strong implication that Bush killed all three.
* ShellShockedVeteran: Many episodes imply that Bush was traumatized and suffered from major PTSD after the many wars he battled in. For instance, when Rick wakes him up from sleep, Bush screams and yells "EVERYONE HEAD TO THE BUNKERS! WE'RE UNDER ATTACK!!"
* SirSwearsALot: Whenever he's in a sticky situation. He especially loves the words "cocksucking" and "fuck". The motto for his campaign was even "Because fuck everyone else!"
* TheSixthRanger: He often tags along with the Proxies on their escapades.
* SmallNameBigEgo: He's shown signs of this more than a few times, like when he forced a group of orphans to build a statue of himself. Primarily it's just him thinking he's gorgeous or him thinking others think highly of him.
* StaircaseTumble: In "Proxyland", Jeff shoves him down a flight of stairs and locks him in the basement.
* TheStoner: Such a stoner that he's tried to stage a "Smoke-In" at city hall for shits and giggles. After BEN gets Bush all the drugs he asks for in order to stage one, he and his entire administration get so high off their own stash they completely forget about it.
* SuperStrength: He's been shown to be able to lift the White House and punch ''tanks'' into bits and pieces. In one episode, he ''pushes'' a mountain that was blocking his view out of the way. On another occasion, he managed to simultaneously overpower Jeff, Ms. P, BEN and Eyeless Jack.
* TechnologicallyBlindElders: He needed to be shown how to open a laptop and once destroyed a microwave because he couldn't get it to work
* TinyGuyHugeGirl: The Tiny Guy to his wife's Huge Girl.
* TooDumbToLive:
** [[SarcasmMode Surely selling nuclear arms to North Korea all for a few thousand bucks was the best he's had in mind, right?]] The fact that he told Rick to send more nukes to double his profit? [[EpicFail Bonus points!]]
** In "To Proxy Mountain", Bush nearly gets himself and the Proxies killed numerous times because of his stupidity.
* TooIncompetentToOperateABlanket: He's shown being needing to be talked through the simplest task, like how to open a book that teaches him ''how to count''.
* TookALevelInDumbass: He's noticeably less pragmatic and more stupid in "To Proxy Mountain".
* TrademarkFavoriteFood: Bush has a notable love for eggnog around the holidays.
* TriggerHappy: His first action to any problem is to grab a rocket launcher.
* TheUnapologetic: It takes a lot of effort to make Bush feel bad for his action.
* UngratefulBastard:
** The Proxies save his life several times in "To Proxy Mountain" and he doesn't even bother thanking them.
** On on occasion, a Russia diplomat donated his kidney to ''save his life'' and yet he still thinks all Russians are evil. Obviously, this is Played for Laughs and it's meant to show that Bush is stupid and delusional rather than outright evil.
* UpperClassTwit: UpToEleven.
* VagueAge: Can never decide if he's 95 or over 100 years old.
* VillainProtagonist: Easily up in the top three with the most morally bankrupt protagonists in the show, which is saying a ''lot''.
* VitriolicBestBuds: With Rick Bernstein.
* VocalDissonance: According to Comickit, if there was a live-action ''Pastamonsters'' movie, they would have Leslie Nielsen voice Bush (although they sadly commented on how that's not possible anymore).
* WackyParentSeriousChild: Ducky is hardly serious, but she sure looks like it compared to him.
* WhyAreYouNotMySon: Considers the Proxies to be his grandchildren.
* WhyCouldntYouBeDifferent: He wanted Ducky to be a boy.
* WouldHitAGirl: He was perfectly willing to "ice" Lara alongside Laughing Jack, at least until Ducky walked in and stopped him beforehand.
* WouldHurtAChild:
** He once gave BEN a black eye simply for calling him "Feathers".
** He's also perfectly fine with kidnapping schoolgirls and selling them to overseas sex slavery.
** He ''accelerates'' his car when he see's it's about to hit a baby stroller. [[SlasherSmile The look on Bush's face says it all.]]
* XMustNotWin: Even when the Russians are making legitimate profits, Bush will go out of his way to sabotage it.
* YourCheatingHeart: Bush has cheated on his wife many times.
paramount.



[[folder:Rick Bernstein]]
!!Rick Bernstein
The Vice President of the United States and President Bush's YesMan.

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[[folder:Rick Bernstein]]
!!Rick Bernstein
The Vice President of the United States and President Bush's YesMan.
[[folder:Jake]]
!!Jake
[[quoteright:300:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/pg_155_by_comickit_dbj058i.png]]
[[caption-width-right:339:"Thanks, babe. Your moms cooking is better anyway."]]
Lara's toxic boyfriend.



* TheAce: He's almost as skilled and savvy as Bush.
* AmusingInjuries: At the receiving end of a lot of them.
* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: Is the VP of the United States and will kick your ass if provoked.
* BerserkButton: He almost pounds Jeff's face in for making jokes about his mom.
* BigBrotherMentor: He ''tries'' to teach Jeff in the ways of good, but Jeff always rejects him.
* BunnyEarsLawyer: He has a very quirky personality, but is otherwise very competent and level-headed.
* ButtMonkey: Despite being a competent fighter and skilled planner, Rick is repeatedly humiliated and ridiculed by Bush, Jeff, and Ducky.
* CanonForeigner
* TheCape: He's a total boy scout when it comes to morality and manners.
* CarpetOfVirility: Rick, underneath his suit, is rather hairy.
* CatchPhrase: Typically introduces himself by saying "Rick Bernstein, I work for the government."
* ChildhoodFriends: With Bush, according to himself.
* CloudcuckoolandersMinder: He's this to Bush. Although, sometimes he can be just as crazy as him.
* ClusterFBomb: His reaction to running out of bullets.
---> '''Rick''': [[PrecisionFStrike Motherfucking titty-sucking two-balled bitch!]]
* TheComicallySerious: He's a protagonist in ''Pastamonsters''. Of course, he gets made fun of a lot.
* {{Cuckold}}: Willingly lets the underaged BEN sleep with his (fourth) wife in exchange for Black Stuff. BEN is understandably [[EvenEvilHasStandards shocked.]] He also lets Bush finger his wife.
* HonoraryUncle: Ducky calls him "Uncle Rick".
* IfYouKillHimYouWillBeJustLikeHim: [[spoiler: In "To Proxy Mountain", when BEN is about to fire the Ultimate Weapon (the spiked turtle from Mario) at Enderman's ship, Rick tries to convince BEN to be a bigger man than Enderman and spare his life, but BEN just rolls his eyes and launches the turtle anyway. He then tells Rick that being a hero isn't worth sparing the lives of horrible people and mocks him, saying "not everyone monitors a hall like you".]]
* TheLancer: To President Bush.
* TheMenInBlack: Sometimes wears this attire.
* NiceGuy: He is easily one of the most polite characters on the comic, trying to encourage the Proxies to become heroes. Unlike Bush, he's more sensible and has a good moral compass.
* NoRespectGuy: Neither Bush nor the Proxies respect him.
* OneManArmy: In "Good Ol' Days", he single-handedly holds off half of the police force and ''forces them to retreat'' during the MexicanStandoff. That includes a horde of dirty cops and dirty military personnel with access to a tank. That's straight up GTA protagonist stuff right there.
* PapaWolf: Rick is only working with Bush because he wants to put his kids through college.
* TheParagon: He tries ''so hard'' to be this to the Proxies.
* ThePollyanna: He is optimistic and positive about everything.
* RunningGag: Always instantly appearing the moment Bush shouts his name.
* SatelliteCharacter: Is almost exclusively seen alongside Bush.
* TheStoner
* ThoseTwoGuys: Often shares this with Bush.
* VerbalTic: "Whoa, whoa, whoa!"
* WeakButSkilled: Lacks Bush's physical strength, but is excellent at handling firearms, explosives, and pretty much everything else.
* YouAreBetterThanYouThinkYouAre: Has this opinion of the Proxies, whom he wants to make agents out of.

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* TheAce: He's almost as skilled and savvy as Bush.
BastardBoyfriend: A very realistic version of this.
* AmusingInjuries: At DestructiveRomance: His relationship with Lara is anything ''but'' a happy one.
* HateSink: Judging by
the receiving end comment section of a lot of them.
* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: Is the VP of the United States and will kick your ass if provoked.
* BerserkButton: He almost pounds Jeff's face in for making jokes about his mom.
* BigBrotherMentor: He ''tries''
any comic he's in, he's definitely meant to teach Jeff be this. Even ''Comickit'' doesn't seem too attached to him.
* {{Jerkass}}: Jake certainly is one, but it's a little bit more complex than most examples
in the ways of good, series. It's one thing that Lara's mom is having trouble on work and it would be a help if Lara worked to help her mom out (although she is a little too young even get a proper paid job, being 16), and Jake points that out, but Jeff not in the correct way. One thing is to support your girlfriend when she's passing through something like this and maybe kindly comment and encourage her to get a job, but Jake is pushing and rushing her to do it, because if she doesn't get a job, in his mind, then she's a worthless piece of trash, and it's very obvious Lara has self-esteem issues and he is using it to his advantage to make her do what he wants. Also, he says things like "at least you're doing something good", which just hurts Lara more. While his ideas of to always rejects him.
* BunnyEarsLawyer: He has a very quirky personality, but
have something to do, support your family, get his girlfriend to eat are correct, he isn't showing them on the correct form, he is otherwise very competent and level-headed.
* ButtMonkey: Despite
being passive-aggressive at a competent fighter and skilled planner, Rick is repeatedly humiliated and ridiculed by Bush, Jeff, and Ducky.
* CanonForeigner
* TheCape: He's a total boy scout when it comes to morality and manners.
* CarpetOfVirility: Rick, underneath his suit, is rather hairy.
* CatchPhrase: Typically introduces himself by saying "Rick Bernstein, I work for the government."
* ChildhoodFriends: With Bush, according to himself.
* CloudcuckoolandersMinder: He's this to Bush. Although, sometimes he can be just as crazy as him.
* ClusterFBomb: His reaction to running out of bullets.
---> '''Rick''': [[PrecisionFStrike Motherfucking titty-sucking two-balled bitch!]]
* TheComicallySerious: He's a protagonist in ''Pastamonsters''. Of course, he gets made fun of a lot.
* {{Cuckold}}: Willingly lets the underaged BEN sleep
person with his (fourth) wife in exchange for Black Stuff. BEN is understandably [[EvenEvilHasStandards shocked.]] He also lets Bush finger his wife.
low self-esteem. Kinda pushing her to follow the way he thinks and not letting her be.
* HonoraryUncle: Ducky calls him "Uncle Rick".
* IfYouKillHimYouWillBeJustLikeHim:
KilledOffForReal: Comickit has heavily implied [[spoiler: In "To Proxy Mountain", when BEN is about to fire the Ultimate Weapon (the spiked turtle from Mario) at Enderman's ship, Rick tries to convince BEN to be a bigger man than Enderman and spare his life, but BEN just rolls his eyes and launches the turtle anyway. He then tells Rick that being a hero isn't worth sparing the lives of horrible people and mocks him, saying "not everyone monitors a hall like you".]]
* TheLancer: To President Bush.
* TheMenInBlack: Sometimes wears this attire.
* NiceGuy: He is easily one of the most polite characters on the comic, trying to encourage the Proxies to become heroes. Unlike Bush, he's more sensible and has a good moral compass.
* NoRespectGuy: Neither Bush nor the Proxies respect him.
* OneManArmy: In "Good Ol' Days", he single-handedly holds off half of the police force and ''forces them to retreat'' during the MexicanStandoff. That includes a horde of dirty cops and dirty military personnel with access to a tank. That's straight up GTA protagonist stuff right there.
* PapaWolf: Rick is only working with Bush because he wants to put his kids through college.
* TheParagon: He tries ''so hard'' to be this to the Proxies.
* ThePollyanna: He is optimistic and positive about everything.
* RunningGag: Always instantly appearing the moment Bush shouts his name.
* SatelliteCharacter: Is almost exclusively seen alongside Bush.
* TheStoner
* ThoseTwoGuys: Often shares this with Bush.
* VerbalTic: "Whoa, whoa, whoa!"
* WeakButSkilled: Lacks Bush's physical strength, but is excellent at handling firearms, explosives, and pretty much everything else.
* YouAreBetterThanYouThinkYouAre: Has this opinion of the Proxies, whom he wants to make agents out of.
Jeff will eventually kill him]].



[[folder:Ducky]]
!!Ducky
President Bush's beloved teenage daughter, who is also a duck. Her brain is the largest in Washington, DC (certainly bigger than her father's) and she is gifted in math, but she is still young and immature. She is a mother of 5. Her father hopes to pass his presidency onto her when she gets older.

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[[folder:Ducky]]
!!Ducky
President Bush's beloved teenage daughter, who is
[[folder:Skeet]]
!!Skeet
[[quoteright:202:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/009_by_xcomickittyx_d3oq6jo.png]]
[[caption-width-right:202: "Dude, why a toaster?"]]
The employee of the month at McDonny's. He
also a duck. Her brain is the largest in Washington, DC (certainly bigger than her father's) and she is gifted in math, but she is still young and immature. She is a mother of 5. Her father hopes to pass his presidency onto her when she gets older.works as an employee as Game Shtop.



* BrattyTeenageDaughter: She has her moments.
* BuxomIsBetter: She has a ''huge'' chest.
* CatchPhrase: "I'm telling my dad!"
* CuteAndPsycho: Don't piss her off or you'll regret it the rest of your life.
* DaddysGirl: She and Bush are obviously very close, and she's his MoralityPet. Jeff calls her "Daddy's Whore" at one point.
* TheDitz: Just like her dad she's not very bright or intelligent.
* GenkiGirl: Constantly bouncing around and shouting when confronting Bush about something she wants.
* GirlsLoveStuffedAnimals: Her room, even as a girl pushing 20, if filled with stuffed animals.
* HiddenDepths: Comickit claims that she has the biggest brain in Washington, DC and she's pretty good at math.
* InformedAbility: According to Comickit, she's the smartest citizen in Washington, but there has never been a comic focusing on her intelligence. There have, however, been instances where it implies she only acts like a regular teenager to fit in.
* ItsAllAboutMe: She claims that on her birthday everyone in the world has to pay attention to her.
* JerkassBall: When she makes fun of Jeff for being ugly.
* MoralityPet: Bush instantly drops his tyrannical attitude when she shows up.
* RichBitch: Sorta.
* SpoiledBrat: She has shades of this.
* TookALevelInJerkass: She's progressively becoming more ruder as the comic grows. This likely has something to do with her father's greediness.
* ValleyGirl: She's got the terminology down pat.

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* BrattyTeenageDaughter: She has her moments.
* BuxomIsBetter: She has a ''huge'' chest.
* CatchPhrase: "I'm telling my dad!"
* CuteAndPsycho: Don't piss her off or you'll regret it
AbortedArc: The ending of "McDonny's" implies that Enderman and his gang will attempt to hunt down and capture Skeet, whom they believe to be the rest of your life.
* DaddysGirl: She and Bush are obviously very close, and she's
technologically-upgraded Game Shtop's captain, due to his MoralityPet. Jeff calls her "Daddy's Whore" at one point.
Employee of the Month plack. However, they never do, for some reason.
* CharacterizationMarchesOn: His initial appearance portrays him as a slightly abrasive teen who seems to hate his job. Later appearances portray him as an arrogant {{jerkass}} who is actually pretty dedicated to his job.
* TheDitz: Just like her dad she's He's not very bright or intelligent.
smart at all. He had to look at his name tag to ''remember his own name''.
* GenkiGirl: Constantly bouncing around and shouting when confronting Bush about something she wants.
* GirlsLoveStuffedAnimals: Her room, even as a girl pushing 20, if filled
DumbIsGood: Instantly hits it off with stuffed animals.
Jeff and BEN (although BEN is not exactly dumb), meanwhile he gives the intelligent Ms. P demeaning jobs and tasks (although this was not without justification, as Ms. P was basically rubbing her intelligence in his face).
* HiddenDepths: Comickit If "To Proxy Mountain" is any indication, he's pretty handy with a firearm.
* {{Jerkass}}: He employs people (one of which was a 10 year old) without his boss' permission and then underpays them, and is a pretty arrogant jerk.
* JerkassHasAPoint: He can be seen as half-seriously considered understandable for his dislike of Ms. P- not only does Ms. P rub her intelligence in Skeet's face several times, but also Skeet is correct that Ms. P must punch in the customers orders on the tills, as the tills are used to make sure that the correct amount of money is in the register at the end of the shift as well as well as inventory tracking.
* KnowNothingKnowItAll: He
claims that she has to be smart and know everything, but is very dim-witted.
* MeanBoss: He thinks he can boss people around simply because he's
the biggest brain in Washington, DC and she's pretty good at math.
* InformedAbility: According to Comickit, she's
Employee of the smartest citizen in Washington, but there has never Month.
* NewJobAsThePlotDemands: He's
been a comic focusing on her intelligence. There have, however, been instances where it implies she only acts cashier, a bartender, a cameraman, assistant manager, a mattress salesman, a tour bus driver, an actor, a retirement home orderly, a business executive, a dentist, and a bank teller.
* TheSixthRanger: He temporarily joins the Proxies in their efforts to [[spoiler: stop Eyeless Jack from destroying all known universes]] in "To Proxy Mountain" (although he was completely unaware he was working with serial killers the whole time).
* TotallyRadical: He speaks using words
like "dude", "smartacular", and "smartitude".
* TrademarkFavoriteFood: A triple Whopper with large fries and
a regular teenager medium soda.
* VerbalTic: Tends
to fit in.
* ItsAllAboutMe: She claims that on her birthday
call everyone in the world has to pay attention to her.
* JerkassBall: When she makes fun of Jeff for being ugly.
* MoralityPet: Bush instantly drops his tyrannical attitude when she shows up.
* RichBitch: Sorta.
* SpoiledBrat: She has shades of this.
* TookALevelInJerkass: She's progressively becoming more ruder as the comic grows. This likely has something to do with her father's greediness.
* ValleyGirl: She's got the terminology down pat.
(even girls) "dude".



[[folder:President Bush's Wife]]
!!President Bush's Wife
The beloved (and, usually loving) spouse of President Bush and First Lady of the United States. A woman of considerable size and powerful moods, good and bad. When enraged, she becomes an elemental force of raw destruction (and insults).

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[[folder:President Bush's Wife]]
!!President Bush's Wife
The beloved (and, usually loving) spouse of President Bush
[[folder: Commissioner Johnson and First Lady of the United States. A woman of considerable size Proxy-hunting Squad]]
!!Commissioner Johnson
and powerful moods, good the Proxy-hunting Squad
A special ops team who argue over plans to kill the Proxies. They include their leader Commissioner Johnson, a wimpy lives-with-his-mom cop named Steve, a big Russian crime lord named Boris, an unnamed African-American martial artist, a bomb expert
and bad. When enraged, she becomes an elemental force of raw destruction (and insults).criminal name Da-Bomb, and two Japanese twins named Eun and Sam.



* ActionMom: When enraged, she can turn into one badass OneWomanArmy.
* AffectionateNickname: Bush gives all sorts of pet names like "Muffin".
* AlwaysSomeoneBetter: She is (presumably) faster and stronger than Bush, Jeff, and BEN.
* BadassNormal: Is just an average duck, but is able to solo an entire terrorist organization.
* BerserkButton: Make fun of her size or threaten her family (or friends of her family) and you're in for a bad time.
* BirdsOfAFeather: She is just as boisterous and thick-headed as her husband.
* BloodKnight: It's pretty clear she loves a good fight and is all too eager to throw herself into the fray.
* BruiserWithASoftCenter: While she can be unbelievably powerful and so destructive that she makes a hurricane look like a bad drizzle, in better circumstances she's very nice and dearly loves her husband (and she's not afraid to show it).
* BuxomIsBetter: Much like her daughter.
* DeadpanSnarker: Throws around sarcasm like there's no tomorrow.
* DotingParent: Loves Duck just as much as Bush.
* FatBitch: She's fat and can be very demanding. [[BerserkButton Just don't mention her weight in front of her, though]].
* GoodIsNotNice: A loving mother and wife above all else, but is not afraid (even a little ''eager'') to use lethal methods of her enemies.
* GroinAttack: Does this to a terrorist strong enough that it sends his ''head flying off his body''.
* HairTriggerTemper: If you know what's good for you, do not make her angry. Hell, even her own husband, who has fought in almost every war in American history, is afraid of just the thought of angering her, and her husband is ''President Bush'', who is usually willing to stand up to anyone ([[spoiler: keep in mind that Bush defeated Jeff, BEN, Eyeless Jack, and Ms. P simultaneously in one episode]])
* HappilyMarried: Considering how long they've been together, you would think her and Bush's love would have died years ago. Yet it's still as strong as ever today. Look at how many kids and grandkids they have.
* ImmuneToBullets: And the terrorists find this out the hard way.
* ImprobableWeaponUser: Kills several terrorists with a car door, a walking stick, and a lawnmower.
* LadyOfWar: Strong enough to single-handedly bring down an entire terrorist organization.
* MadeOfIron: Can casually survive getting shot by tank fire... ''SOMEHOW''.
* MamaBear: To not just Bush, but friends of Bush as well.
* NeverMessWithGranny: Is almost or slightly older than Bush, but can kick just as much ass.
* NoNameGiven: Her name is never revealed, though it's implied it stars with an "A".
* OneWomanArmy: Defeated a whole terrorist army which Jeff, BEN, and even Bush were not able to defeat!
* SirSwearsALot: Even more than her husband does.
* StoutStrength: She's even more of a powerhouse than her husband, who is already a match for the Proxies. When she gets angry, entire buildings collapse in her wake. She doesn't even need a weapon to take out a terrorist organization army.
* UnskilledButStrong: She lacks the military training her husband does but makes up for it with brute strength.
* WomanAreWiser: She is wiser than her husband. Not that she isn't exactly "wise".

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* ActionMom: When enraged, she can turn into one badass OneWomanArmy.
* AffectionateNickname: Bush gives all sorts of pet names like "Muffin".
* AlwaysSomeoneBetter: She is (presumably) faster and stronger than Bush,
AlasPoorVillain: [[spoiler: Commissioner Johnson's defeat isn't treated as a triumphant victory by the narration, on the contrary. While he doesn't die, he realizes that he stands no chance against Jeff, BEN, or any Proxy for that matter. He brokenly accepts his defeat and BEN.
drops his gun after his plan completely backfires on him. Meaning that he likely gave up on ever finding his son. Jeff and BEN don't even ''acknowledge'' him after they kill his team.]]
* BadassNormal: Is AntiVillain: All of them (except for Boris and Da-Bomb) all are heroic in some way. While Boris and Da-Bomb are {{Villain Protagonist}}s, Johnson is a HeroAntagonist with HeWhoFightsMonsters tendencies, and the Martial Artist, Eun, and Sam just an average duck, want to kill Proxies.
* AssholeVictim: [[spoiler:Boris and Da-Bomb, a crime lord and psychotic MadBomber respectively, are both taken out by BEN.]]
* BadassBaritone: Boris speaks with one. Da-Bomb's mask enables him to speak with one.
* BadBoss: Boris is shown murdering three of his henchmen simply for inconveniencing him.
* BasementDweller: Steve's file claims he still lives with his mother.
* TheBrute: Boris.
* CreepyTwins: Eun and Sam.
* CurbStompBattle: [[spoiler:Jeff and BEN kill all
but one of them in the time it takes for a raindrop to hit the ground.]]
* DefeatEqualsExplosion: [[spoiler: Da-Bomb and Boris go out this way.]]
* DirtyCop: Johnson
is able a heroic version, although he convinces himself he's not.
* EyeScream: [[spoiler: Steve is killed when Jeff stabs him in the eye.]]
* FragileSpeedster: The Martial Artist is fast enough
to solo dodge the bullets of an entire terrorist organization.
firing squad. [[spoiler: All it took was one well-timed knife toss from Jeff to take him out.]]
* BerserkButton: Make fun of her size or threaten her family (or friends of her family) GoodIsNotSoft: Commissioner Johnson is out to ''kill'' the Proxies rather than imprison them, and you're he's willing to torture anyone he believes is in for a bad time.
* BirdsOfAFeather: She
league with them. He's also willing to accept help from wanted criminals, as is the case with Boris and Da-Bomb.
* HeroAntagonist: Their episode is dedicated to them, with [[SerialKiller Jeff and BEN]] only appearing at the end with a grand total of zero lines.
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: [[spoiler:Da-Bomb is killed when BEN uses telekinesis to send his own bombs back at him, killing not
just him, but Boris as boisterous well.]]
* HurtingHero: Commissioner Johnson, whose son was kidnapped
and thick-headed as her husband.
* BloodKnight: It's pretty clear she loves a good fight and is all too eager to throw herself
brainwashed by Slenderman, starting his descent into hunting down him and the fray.
Proxies.
* BruiserWithASoftCenter: While she {{Jerkass}}: Boris can be unbelievably fairly nasty and arrogant.
* KatanasAreBetter: Both the Martial Artist and Eun wield katanas.
* KillTheCutie: [[spoiler: Poor Steve...]]
* KnifeNut: Boris carries a large Bowie knife, and the Martial Artist carries knives that also function as ninja throwing stars.
* KnightOfCerebus: "Only Human" is easily one of the darkest and saddest episodes in the series courtesy of Commissioner Johnson. Not on his own, but nothing about his character is funny in any way, and his son's kidnapping serves as a reminder of how truly evil and villainous the Proxies are.
* LargeHam: Boris is a clear variant of this.
* MadBomber: Da-Bomb.
* MightyGlacier: Boris is incredibly
powerful and so destructive tough. He's also very slow.
* NonIndicativeName: The Martial Artist is always called a martial artist, despite being more a ninja if anything.
* OneManArmy: Boris is shown destroying an entire ''army'', including tearing apart a tank with his bare hands. [[spoiler: Despite this, he still gets taken out by BEN with no effort.]]
* OnlyInItForTheMoney: Boris and Da-Bomb's reasoning for accepting Johnson's offer. The rest, however, are only there for the glory of killing a Proxy.
* PapaWolf: Johnson is willing to torture, maim, and murder others to get his son back from Slenderman.
* RealityEnsues:
** [[spoiler: The group's plan hinged entirely on stealing Jeff's knife out of his hands before he could use it. They did not account for the possibility
that she makes Jeff might pull on the chain that was going to be used to take it away and yank it to perform a hurricane look like a bad drizzle, in better circumstances she's counter move on its wielder by dragging them to him and stabbing them through the eye. This one slip-up completely unraveled the plan at the seams.]]
** [[spoiler: While their fighting skills are all
very nice impressive, it is nothing compared to Jeff, a serial killer who is capable of fighting Zalgo's demons, and dearly loves her husband (and she's not afraid BEN, a ghost who can teleport, lift things with his mind and can't even die to show it).
begin with.]]
* BuxomIsBetter: Much like her daughter.
ScaryShinyGlasses: Johnson in a few shots.
* DeadpanSnarker: Throws around sarcasm like there's no tomorrow.
ShaggyDogStory: "Only Human" is devoted to them and only to them, developing their characters via their backstories, their hunting methods, and even their relationships with each other. By the time they finally confront Jack, 90% of the episode has aired. [[CurbStompBattle You can probably figure out the rest from there.]]
* DotingParent: Loves Duck SmallNameBigEgo: Boris.
* StealthExpert: The Martial Artist.
* StockNinjaInventory: The Martial Artist's weapon inventory contains sais, knives, throwing stars, a katana, poison darts, and nunchucks.
* TokenMinority: The Martial Artist is the only African-American in the group.
* TragicVillain: Johnson only seeks to kill the Proxies in order to save his kidnapped and brainwashed son from Slenderman.
* TheVoiceless: The Martial Artist never speaks once.
* WeHardlyKnewYe: [[spoiler:By the end of "Only Human", Johnson is the only one left alive.]]
* WhatMeasureIsAMook: {{Deconstructed}}. [[spoiler: Objectively, Jeff and BEN kill these guys
just as much quickly as Bush.
* FatBitch: She's fat
any "hero" dispatches a mook in any show. However, the episode was told only from their point of view, making them the protagonists and can be very demanding. [[BerserkButton Just allowing us to see their quirks, appearances, and personalities. Arguably, any mook from any show has their own history, personality, and quirks. We're just not allowed to see them and therefore don't mention her weight in front of her, though]].
* GoodIsNotNice: A loving mother
care. But since we watched these guys interact and wife above all else, but is plan their attack during 20 minutes, even though we may not afraid (even have sympathized with their cause (with the exception of Johnson's), we're still a little ''eager'') disappointed to use lethal methods of her enemies.
* GroinAttack: Does this to a terrorist strong enough that it sends his ''head flying off his body''.
* HairTriggerTemper: If you know what's good for you, do not make her angry. Hell, even her own husband, who has fought in almost every war in American history, is afraid of just the thought of angering her, and her husband is ''President Bush'', who is usually willing to stand up to anyone ([[spoiler: keep in mind that Bush
see them defeated Jeff, BEN, Eyeless Jack, that quickly and Ms. P simultaneously in one episode]])
* HappilyMarried: Considering how long they've been together, you
may even have wished that they would think her and Bush's love would have died years ago. Yet it's still as strong as ever today. Look at how many kids and grandkids they have.
* ImmuneToBullets: And the terrorists find this out the hard way.
* ImprobableWeaponUser: Kills several terrorists with a car door, a walking stick, and a lawnmower.
* LadyOfWar: Strong enough to single-handedly bring down an entire terrorist organization.
* MadeOfIron: Can casually survive getting shot by tank fire... ''SOMEHOW''.
* MamaBear: To not just Bush, but friends of Bush as well.
* NeverMessWithGranny: Is almost or slightly older than Bush, but can kick just as much ass.
* NoNameGiven: Her name is never revealed, though it's implied it stars with an "A".
* OneWomanArmy: Defeated a whole terrorist army which Jeff, BEN, and even Bush were not able to defeat!
* SirSwearsALot: Even more than her husband does.
* StoutStrength: She's even more of a powerhouse than her husband, who is already a match for the Proxies. When she gets angry, entire buildings collapse in her wake. She doesn't even need a weapon to take out a terrorist organization army.
* UnskilledButStrong: She lacks the military training her husband does but makes up for it with brute strength.
* WomanAreWiser: She is wiser than her husband. Not that she isn't exactly "wise".
come back later.]]



[[folder:Mr Mandavi]]
!!Mr. Mandavi
The manager of Sal's Pizza and BEN's boss in the Human World. He also has romantic problems as the girl he loves is more attracted to his handsomer cousin.

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[[folder:Mr Mandavi]]
!!Mr. Mandavi
[[folder: Randy, Keith, and Troy]]
!!Randy, Keith, and Troy
The manager of Sal's Pizza and BEN's boss in the Human World. He also has romantic problems as the girl he loves is more attracted three bullies who caused Jeff to his handsomer cousin.go insane.



* AscendedExtra: Goes from a one-off background character to a secondary character in "To Proxy Mountain".
* AllLoveIsUnrequited: As noted above, his lover has a much more appealing significant other.
* BerserkButton: The very sight of Pizza Hut sets him off.
* ButtMonkey: Tends to be on the receiving end of BEN's antics.
* CanonForeigner
* CaptainOblivious: He has seen BEN and nearly all of the Proxies outside their human forms before. He just thinks they're wearing very good Halloween costumes.
* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: At one point, he helps President Bush pull a BigDamnHeroes to save Jeff and his gang from Enderman, B.O.B and the Rake, beating up the Rake singlehandedly.
* HeyYou: This is basically how he greets BEN.
* MeanBoss: A subversion — while he comes off as strict, his reasons for firing BEN are entirely justifiable, and he does manage to show a bit of sympathy towards the latter, admitting that BEN's "a nice guy, but just not dependable".
* RecurringExtra
* ShipperOnDeck: He encourages BEN to express his true feelings to his "mystery girl", being Sally.
* TheSixthRanger: Originally a one-shot character before becoming a full-blown secondary character. He temporarily joins the Proxies in their efforts to [[spoiler: stop Eyeless Jack from destroying all known universes]] in "To Proxy Mountain" (although he was completely unaware he was working with serial killers the whole time).
* {{Workaholic}}: His devotion to work is paramount.

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* AscendedExtra: Goes from a one-off background character to a secondary character in "To Proxy Mountain".
* AllLoveIsUnrequited: As noted above, his lover has
AdaptationalBadass: Kind of. Randy puts up a much better fight than he did in the original.
* AdaptationalVillainy: Not even the original bullies murdered animals for fun (that we know of). [[spoiler: It only gets worse when Zalgo brainwashes Randy, and he subsequently loses his humanity.]]
* AssholeVictim
* AxCrazy: They are even
more appealing significant other.
unhinged than their original counterparts.
* BerserkButton: BadBoss: Randy threatens to knife Troy to death if he tells the cops the truth about them robbing Liu. [[spoiler: Later in the episode, Randy may or may not of killed Keith and Troy off-screen.]]
* BadPeopleAbuseAnimals:
The very sight of Pizza Hut sets him trio murder stray animals to vent their frustration after Jeff fought them off.
* ButtMonkey: Tends BarbaricBully: Even '''before''' [[spoiler: Zalgo brainwashed him]], Randy's idea of amusement include jabbing Liu with a knife, forcing a fat kid to be on eat raw and freshly slaughtered meat, shooting helpless kittens with a pistol for target practice, and otherwise mutilating or disfiguring people to remind them who is boss.
* BigBadWannabe: [[spoiler: They're
the receiving end most feared kids in Jeff's neighborhood, but mere pawns in Zalgo's scheme.]]
* BrainwashedAndCrazy: [[spoiler: Randy, courtesy
of BEN's antics.
Zalgo.]]
* CanonForeigner
* CaptainOblivious: He has seen BEN and nearly all of the Proxies outside their human forms before. He just thinks they're wearing very good Halloween costumes.
* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: At one point, he helps President Bush pull a BigDamnHeroes to save
BullyingADragon: Attacking Jeff after his brother was sent to juvie was a big mistake.
* DeathByAdaptation: [[spoiler: Keith and Troy, possibly. When we see Randy
and his gang from Enderman, B.O.B goons at the beginning of the episode, Keith is the one driving the car. It's safe to assume that it's Keith's car. Towards the end of the episode, Randy drives the car to the birthday party to kill Jeff. Keith and the Rake, Troy are nowhere to be seen. Not only that, but Randy's face is covered in way more blood during his fight with Jeff compared to when he kills his own father and mother. "Where did all this blood come from?", you might ask... [[KilledOffScreen And where are Keith and Troy?]]]]
* DeathGlare: Keith's default expression.
* {{Delinquents}}
* DemotedToExtra: Keith and Troy, compared to their original counterparts.
* EvilIsHammy: Randy, somehow even moreso than his original counterpart.
* IShallTauntYou: Randy taunts Jeff about Liu's death when they fight inside Billy's house.
* {{Jerkass}}: All of them, but especially Randy.
* KickTheDog:
** Randy takes pot shots at stray animals for kicks.
** In a less literal example, Randy mocking Jeff over Liu going to Juvy while simultaneously
beating up him.
* KidsAreCruel: UpToEleven.
* KnifeNut: Randy, who carries a switchblade knife.
* LaughablyEvil: Troy in comparison to
the Rake singlehandedly.
others.
* HeyYou: This is basically how LeanAndMean: Keith.
* MadeOfIron: Jeff beats Randy over the head with a bat, smashes his face into a window and then tosses him own a flight of stairs. [[spoiler: He still gets up and blinds Jeff with a tub of bleach before further assaulting him.]]
* {{Matricide}}: [[spoiler: Zalgo forced Randy to kill his mother.]]
* {{Patricide}}: [[spoiler: Zalgo forced Randy to kill his father]]
* PoliticallyIncorrectVillain: Randy calls Liu and Jeff "faggots" at one point.
* RedEyesTakeWarning: [[spoiler: Randy gets red eyes when
he greets BEN.
gets brainwashed by Zalgo.]]
* MeanBoss: A subversion — while he {{Sadist}}: All of them to some extent.
* SanitySlippage: [[spoiler: Randy after Zalgo
comes off as strict, his reasons for firing BEN are entirely justifiable, to him and he does manage to show a bit of sympathy towards the latter, admitting that BEN's "a nice guy, but just not dependable".
* RecurringExtra
* ShipperOnDeck: He
encourages BEN them to express his true feelings to his "mystery girl", being Sally.
* TheSixthRanger: Originally a one-shot character before becoming a full-blown secondary character. He temporarily joins the Proxies in their efforts to [[spoiler: stop Eyeless Jack from destroying all known universes]] in "To Proxy Mountain" (although he was completely unaware he was working
kill Jeff along with serial killers everyone at the whole time).
birthday party.]]
* {{Workaholic}}: His devotion to work is paramount.SirSwearsALot: Randy.
* SlasherSmile: Randy does this numerous times.
* TerribleTrio



[[folder:Jake]]
!!Jake
[[quoteright:300:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/pg_155_by_comickit_dbj058i.png]]
[[caption-width-right:339:"Thanks, babe. Your moms cooking is better anyway."]]
Lara's toxic boyfriend.

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[[folder:Jake]]
!!Jake
[[quoteright:300:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/pg_155_by_comickit_dbj058i.png]]
[[caption-width-right:339:"Thanks, babe. Your moms cooking is better anyway."]]
Lara's toxic boyfriend.
[[folder:Jeff's mother]]
!!Jeff's Mother

Jeff's well-to-do and haughty mother.



* BastardBoyfriend: A very realistic version of this.
* DestructiveRomance: His relationship with Lara is anything ''but'' a happy one.
* HateSink: Judging by the comment section of any comic he's in, he's definitely meant to be this. Even ''Comickit'' doesn't seem too attached to him.
* {{Jerkass}}: Jake certainly is one, but it's a little bit more complex than most examples in the series. It's one thing that Lara's mom is having trouble on work and it would be a help if Lara worked to help her mom out (although she is a little too young even get a proper paid job, being 16), and Jake points that out, but not in the correct way. One thing is to support your girlfriend when she's passing through something like this and maybe kindly comment and encourage her to get a job, but Jake is pushing and rushing her to do it, because if she doesn't get a job, in his mind, then she's a worthless piece of trash, and it's very obvious Lara has self-esteem issues and he is using it to his advantage to make her do what he wants. Also, he says things like "at least you're doing something good", which just hurts Lara more. While his ideas of to always have something to do, support your family, get his girlfriend to eat are correct, he isn't showing them on the correct form, he is being passive-aggressive at a person with low self-esteem. Kinda pushing her to follow the way he thinks and not letting her be.
* KilledOffForReal: Comickit has heavily implied [[spoiler: Jeff will eventually kill him]].

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* BastardBoyfriend: A very realistic version AbusiveMom: Refuses to get Jeff psychiatric help in favor of this.
just killing him.
* DestructiveRomance: His relationship with Lara AssholeVictim: The only tears shed when she was killed was either non-existent or of joy.
* BaitTheDog: She almost shows Jeff a moment of compassion when Liu
is anything ''but'' taken to Juvie... then she tosses her son in his room so he can cry where the neighbors can't see him.
* BeautyIsBad: Very attractive, but is an unrepentant bitch.
* BitchInSheepsClothing. Probably the biggest example in the entire series.
* DirtyCoward: When Jeff is about to kill her, she tells him to kill Liu instead and that she'll never tell the police about it.
* FauxAffablyEvil: Refined, classy and formal, but it's all the make herself look better.
* GreaterScopeVillain: If it wasn't for her, Jeff likely would have never become
a happy one.
Proxy.
* HateSink: Judging by You can't hate her sons, as they were bullied and abused all their lives. However, she's the comment section of one who ignored the bullying and abusing and shows no remorse for any comic he's in, he's definitely meant to be this. Even ''Comickit'' doesn't seem too attached to him.
of it.
* {{Jerkass}}: Jake certainly A toxic, haughty, and arrogant bully above all else.
* LadyMacbeth: To her husband.
* KickTheDog: When Jeff
is one, but it's a little bit more complex than most examples crying in front of the series. It's one thing that Lara's mom house after Liu is having trouble on work hauled to Juvie, she grabs him by the neck and drags him to his room, just so he won't drag negative attention around the neighbors.
* NoNameGiven: Her name is never revealed.
* OffingTheOffspring: When she sees Jeff cutting himself, she decides to kill him, thinking
it would be a easy to cover up the murder as self-defense, especially with what Jeff did to himself, but (to them at least) getting psychiatric help if Lara worked to help for Jeff would look poorly on them socially.
* ParentalNeglect: Jeff and Liu were basically alone their entire childhoods because of her.
* RichBitch: Is more worried about
her mom out (although she is a little too young even get a proper paid job, being 16), and Jake points social status than her son's well-being.
* TheSociopath: At first it might seem
that out, but not in the correct way. One thing is to support your girlfriend when she's passing through something just a harsh, ambitious woman who at least cares somewhat for her sons but, as the episode progresses, she proves to be extremely callous and self-centered, to the point that she treats her husband and children as mere tools. She's also prone to fits of anger and even has traits of being homicidal. Just like this and maybe kindly comment and encourage her to get a job, but Jake is pushing and rushing her to do it, because if she doesn't get a job, in his mind, then many real-life sociopaths, she's able to hide these traits behind a worthless piece veneer of trash, and it's very obvious Lara has self-esteem issues and he is using politeness when it to his advantage to make conveniences her.
* WouldHurtAChild: She had the idea of murdering
her do what he wants. Also, he says things like "at least you're doing something good", which 13-year-old son just hurts Lara more. While his ideas of to always have something to do, support your family, get his girlfriend to eat are correct, he isn't showing them on the correct form, he is being passive-aggressive at a person with low self-esteem. Kinda pushing save her to follow the way he thinks and not letting her be.
* KilledOffForReal: Comickit has heavily implied [[spoiler: Jeff will eventually kill him]].
social image.



[[folder:Skeet]]
!!Skeet
[[quoteright:202:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/009_by_xcomickittyx_d3oq6jo.png]]
[[caption-width-right:202: "Dude, why a toaster?"]]
The employee of the month at McDonny's. He also works as an employee as Game Shtop.

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[[folder:Skeet]]
!!Skeet
[[quoteright:202:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/009_by_xcomickittyx_d3oq6jo.png]]
[[caption-width-right:202: "Dude, why a toaster?"]]
The employee of the month at McDonny's. He also works as an employee as Game Shtop.
[[folder:Jeff's father]]
!!Jeff's father

Jeff and Liu's apathetic and overbearing father.



* AbortedArc: The ending of "McDonny's" implies that Enderman and his gang will attempt to hunt down and capture Skeet, whom they believe to be the technologically-upgraded Game Shtop's captain, due to his Employee of the Month plack. However, they never do, for some reason.
* CharacterizationMarchesOn: His initial appearance portrays him as a slightly abrasive teen who seems to hate his job. Later appearances portray him as an arrogant {{jerkass}} who is actually pretty dedicated to his job.
* TheDitz: He's not very smart at all. He had to look at his name tag to ''remember his own name''.
* DumbIsGood: Instantly hits it off with Jeff and BEN (although BEN is not exactly dumb), meanwhile he gives the intelligent Ms. P demeaning jobs and tasks (although this was not without justification, as Ms. P was basically rubbing her intelligence in his face).
* HiddenDepths: If "To Proxy Mountain" is any indication, he's pretty handy with a firearm.
* {{Jerkass}}: He employs people (one of which was a 10 year old) without his boss' permission and then underpays them, and is a pretty arrogant jerk.
* JerkassHasAPoint: He can be seen as half-seriously considered understandable for his dislike of Ms. P- not only does Ms. P rub her intelligence in Skeet's face several times, but also Skeet is correct that Ms. P must punch in the customers orders on the tills, as the tills are used to make sure that the correct amount of money is in the register at the end of the shift as well as well as inventory tracking.
* KnowNothingKnowItAll: He claims to be smart and know everything, but is very dim-witted.
* MeanBoss: He thinks he can boss people around simply because he's the Employee of the Month.
* NewJobAsThePlotDemands: He's been a cashier, a bartender, a cameraman, assistant manager, a mattress salesman, a tour bus driver, an actor, a retirement home orderly, a business executive, a dentist, and a bank teller.
* TheSixthRanger: He temporarily joins the Proxies in their efforts to [[spoiler: stop Eyeless Jack from destroying all known universes]] in "To Proxy Mountain" (although he was completely unaware he was working with serial killers the whole time).
* TotallyRadical: He speaks using words like "dude", "smartacular", and "smartitude".
* TrademarkFavoriteFood: A triple Whopper with large fries and a medium soda.
* VerbalTic: Tends to call everyone (even girls) "dude".

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* AbortedArc: The ending AbusiveParents: He has shown no shred of "McDonny's" implies that Enderman and his gang will attempt to hunt down and capture Skeet, whom they believe to be the technologically-upgraded Game Shtop's captain, due decency or kindness to his Employee of sons.
* AdultsAreUseless: When he finds Jeff and Liu were nearly mugged, his response is "Mhmm, that's nice, Jeff" while looking through
the Month plack. However, they never do, for some reason.
newspaper.
* CharacterizationMarchesOn: His initial appearance portrays him as a slightly abrasive teen who seems to hate his job. Later appearances portray him as an arrogant {{jerkass}} who AffablyEvil: Although "evil" is actually pretty dedicated to his job.
a harsh word in this case.
* TheDitz: ALighterShadeOfBlack: He's not very smart at all. He had to look at his name tag to ''remember his own name''.
* DumbIsGood: Instantly hits it off
as terrible Jeff's mother, but is still more concerned with Jeff and BEN (although BEN is not exactly dumb), meanwhile he gives watching a football game than going to the intelligent Ms. P demeaning jobs and tasks (although this was not without justification, as Ms. P was basically rubbing her intelligence in hospital to see Jeff.
* BumblingDad: While friendlier than
his face).
* HiddenDepths: If "To Proxy Mountain" is any indication,
wife, he's pretty handy with not as competent.
* DistinguishedGentlemansPipe: Is almost always seen smoking
a firearm.
pipe.
* TheDitz: While far from stupid, he clearly isn't aware of how dire things are around him.
* EveryoneHasStandards: Even he is given a pause when Jeff's mom suggests killing her son.
* FlatCharacter: At least compared to Jeff's mom. He even points this out when he is killed.
* HenpeckedHusband: It's clear that he isn't the one wearing the pants in his marriage.
* {{Jerkass}}: He employs people (one of which was a 10 year old) without Like his boss' permission and then underpays them, and is a pretty arrogant jerk.
* JerkassHasAPoint: He can be seen as half-seriously considered understandable for his dislike of Ms. P- not only does Ms. P rub her intelligence in Skeet's face several times, but also Skeet is correct that Ms. P must punch in the customers orders on the tills, as the tills are used
wife, he seems motivated to make sure that the correct amount of money is his children's lives a living hell as much as possible.
* LimitedWardrobe: He mostly wears a gold-colored robe with a brown sweater underneath, black dress pants, polished shoes, and glasses. Even when in bed.
* MajorInjuryUnderreaction: His reaction to being stabbed
in the register heart?
--> '''Jeff's Dad''': ''(looks
at his wound)'' Who the end of hell even ''was'' I? Would it have killed the shift writer to give me ''one'' sentence of backstory? ''(Dies)''
* NoNameGiven: Much like Jeff's mother, his name is never stated.
* ParentalNeglect: Is almost
as well bad as well as inventory tracking.
Jeff's mom.
* KnowNothingKnowItAll: RichBastard: He claims shows no kindness to be smart his sons and know everything, but is very dim-witted.
extremely rich.
* MeanBoss: SmugSnake: He thinks he can boss people around simply because he's always has a patronizing smirk when criticizing Jeff and Liu.
* TheStoic: He almost never emotes
the Employee of the Month.
entire episode.
* NewJobAsThePlotDemands: TokenGoodTeammate: He's been a cashier, a bartender, a cameraman, assistant manager, a mattress salesman, a tour bus driver, an actor, a retirement home orderly, a business executive, a dentist, and a bank teller.
* TheSixthRanger: He temporarily joins the Proxies in their efforts to [[spoiler: stop Eyeless Jack from destroying all known universes]] in "To Proxy Mountain" (although he was completely unaware he was working with serial killers the whole time).
* TotallyRadical: He speaks using words like "dude", "smartacular", and "smartitude".
not really evil, just following what his wife says.
* TrademarkFavoriteFood: A triple Whopper with large fries and a medium soda.
As he says, he loves chicken pot pie.
* VerbalTic: Tends WouldHurtAChild: Though he's unsure if it's right to call everyone (even girls) "dude".kill Jeff or not, he still goes to get his gun ready before being killed by Jeff.



[[folder: Commissioner Johnson and the Proxy-hunting Squad]]
!!Commissioner Johnson and the Proxy-hunting Squad
A special ops team who argue over plans to kill the Proxies. They include their leader Commissioner Johnson, a wimpy lives-with-his-mom cop named Steve, a big Russian crime lord named Boris, an unnamed African-American martial artist, a bomb expert and criminal name Da-Bomb, and two Japanese twins named Eun and Sam.

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[[folder: Commissioner Johnson and the Proxy-hunting Squad]]
!!Commissioner Johnson and the Proxy-hunting Squad
A special ops team who argue over plans to kill the Proxies. They include their leader Commissioner Johnson, a wimpy lives-with-his-mom cop named Steve, a big Russian crime lord named Boris, an unnamed African-American martial artist, a bomb expert and criminal name Da-Bomb, and two Japanese twins named Eun and Sam.
Liu]]
Jeff's brother.



* AlasPoorVillain: [[spoiler: Commissioner Johnson's defeat isn't treated as a triumphant victory by the narration, on the contrary. While he doesn't die, he realizes that he stands no chance against Jeff, BEN, or any Proxy for that matter. He brokenly accepts his defeat and drops his gun after his plan completely backfires on him. Meaning that he likely gave up on ever finding his son. Jeff and BEN don't even ''acknowledge'' him after they kill his team.]]
* AntiVillain: All of them (except for Boris and Da-Bomb) all are heroic in some way. While Boris and Da-Bomb are {{Villain Protagonist}}s, Johnson is a HeroAntagonist with HeWhoFightsMonsters tendencies, and the Martial Artist, Eun, and Sam just want to kill Proxies.
* AssholeVictim: [[spoiler:Boris and Da-Bomb, a crime lord and psychotic MadBomber respectively, are both taken out by BEN.]]
* BadassBaritone: Boris speaks with one. Da-Bomb's mask enables him to speak with one.
* BadBoss: Boris is shown murdering three of his henchmen simply for inconveniencing him.
* BasementDweller: Steve's file claims he still lives with his mother.
* TheBrute: Boris.
* CreepyTwins: Eun and Sam.
* CurbStompBattle: [[spoiler:Jeff and BEN kill all but one of them in the time it takes for a raindrop to hit the ground.]]
* DefeatEqualsExplosion: [[spoiler: Da-Bomb and Boris go out this way.]]
* DirtyCop: Johnson is a heroic version, although he convinces himself he's not.
* EyeScream: [[spoiler: Steve is killed when Jeff stabs him in the eye.]]
* FragileSpeedster: The Martial Artist is fast enough to dodge the bullets of an entire firing squad. [[spoiler: All it took was one well-timed knife toss from Jeff to take him out.]]
* GoodIsNotSoft: Commissioner Johnson is out to ''kill'' the Proxies rather than imprison them, and he's willing to torture anyone he believes is in league with them. He's also willing to accept help from wanted criminals, as is the case with Boris and Da-Bomb.
* HeroAntagonist: Their episode is dedicated to them, with [[SerialKiller Jeff and BEN]] only appearing at the end with a grand total of zero lines.
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: [[spoiler:Da-Bomb is killed when BEN uses telekinesis to send his own bombs back at him, killing not just him, but Boris as well.]]
* HurtingHero: Commissioner Johnson, whose son was kidnapped and brainwashed by Slenderman, starting his descent into hunting down him and the Proxies.
* {{Jerkass}}: Boris can be fairly nasty and arrogant.
* KatanasAreBetter: Both the Martial Artist and Eun wield katanas.
* KillTheCutie: [[spoiler: Poor Steve...]]
* KnifeNut: Boris carries a large Bowie knife, and the Martial Artist carries knives that also function as ninja throwing stars.
* KnightOfCerebus: "Only Human" is easily one of the darkest and saddest episodes in the series courtesy of Commissioner Johnson. Not on his own, but nothing about his character is funny in any way, and his son's kidnapping serves as a reminder of how truly evil and villainous the Proxies are.
* LargeHam: Boris is a clear variant of this.
* MadBomber: Da-Bomb.
* MightyGlacier: Boris is incredibly powerful and tough. He's also very slow.
* NonIndicativeName: The Martial Artist is always called a martial artist, despite being more a ninja if anything.
* OneManArmy: Boris is shown destroying an entire ''army'', including tearing apart a tank with his bare hands. [[spoiler: Despite this, he still gets taken out by BEN with no effort.]]
* OnlyInItForTheMoney: Boris and Da-Bomb's reasoning for accepting Johnson's offer. The rest, however, are only there for the glory of killing a Proxy.
* PapaWolf: Johnson is willing to torture, maim, and murder others to get his son back from Slenderman.
* RealityEnsues:
** [[spoiler: The group's plan hinged entirely on stealing Jeff's knife out of his hands before he could use it. They did not account for the possibility that Jeff might pull on the chain that was going to be used to take it away and yank it to perform a counter move on its wielder by dragging them to him and stabbing them through the eye. This one slip-up completely unraveled the plan at the seams.]]
** [[spoiler: While their fighting skills are all very impressive, it is nothing compared to Jeff, a serial killer who is capable of fighting Zalgo's demons, and BEN, a ghost who can teleport, lift things with his mind and can't even die to begin with.]]
* ScaryShinyGlasses: Johnson in a few shots.
* ShaggyDogStory: "Only Human" is devoted to them and only to them, developing their characters via their backstories, their hunting methods, and even their relationships with each other. By the time they finally confront Jack, 90% of the episode has aired. [[CurbStompBattle You can probably figure out the rest from there.]]
* SmallNameBigEgo: Boris.
* StealthExpert: The Martial Artist.
* StockNinjaInventory: The Martial Artist's weapon inventory contains sais, knives, throwing stars, a katana, poison darts, and nunchucks.
* TokenMinority: The Martial Artist is the only African-American in the group.
* TragicVillain: Johnson only seeks to kill the Proxies in order to save his kidnapped and brainwashed son from Slenderman.
* TheVoiceless: The Martial Artist never speaks once.
* WeHardlyKnewYe: [[spoiler:By the end of "Only Human", Johnson is the only one left alive.]]
* WhatMeasureIsAMook: {{Deconstructed}}. [[spoiler: Objectively, Jeff and BEN kill these guys just as quickly as any "hero" dispatches a mook in any show. However, the episode was told only from their point of view, making them the protagonists and allowing us to see their quirks, appearances, and personalities. Arguably, any mook from any show has their own history, personality, and quirks. We're just not allowed to see them and therefore don't care. But since we watched these guys interact and plan their attack during 20 minutes, even though we may not have sympathized with their cause (with the exception of Johnson's), we're still a little disappointed to see them defeated that quickly and may even have wished that they would come back later.]]

to:

* AlasPoorVillain: [[spoiler: Commissioner Johnson's defeat isn't treated as a triumphant victory by AnnoyingYoungerSibling: To Jeff.
* FlatCharacter: Look at
the narration, on the contrary. While size his character folder compared to his mother and father's.
* TheGenericGuy: Other than being Jeff's brother,
he doesn't die, he realizes that he stands no chance against Jeff, BEN, have too much of a personality or any Proxy for that matter. He brokenly accepts his defeat and drops his gun after his plan completely backfires on him. Meaning that he likely gave up on ever finding his son. Jeff and BEN don't even ''acknowledge'' him after they kill his team.]]
* AntiVillain: All of them (except for Boris and Da-Bomb) all are heroic in some way. While Boris and Da-Bomb are {{Villain Protagonist}}s, Johnson is a HeroAntagonist with HeWhoFightsMonsters tendencies, and
outstanding quirk, like the Martial Artist, Eun, and Sam just want to kill Proxies.
* AssholeVictim: [[spoiler:Boris and Da-Bomb, a crime lord and psychotic MadBomber respectively, are both taken out by BEN.]]
* BadassBaritone: Boris speaks with one. Da-Bomb's mask enables him to speak with one.
* BadBoss: Boris is shown murdering three
rest of his henchmen simply for inconveniencing him.
family.
* BasementDweller: Steve's file claims MetaGuy: Much like Jeff, he still lives with his mother.
* TheBrute: Boris.
* CreepyTwins: Eun and Sam.
* CurbStompBattle: [[spoiler:Jeff and BEN kill all but one
spends most of them in the time it takes for a raindrop to hit pointing how [[WhoWritesThisCrap flawed and horribly written the ground.]]
* DefeatEqualsExplosion: [[spoiler: Da-Bomb and Boris go out this way.]]
* DirtyCop: Johnson is a heroic version, although he convinces himself he's not.
* EyeScream: [[spoiler: Steve is killed when Jeff stabs him in the eye.]]
* FragileSpeedster: The Martial Artist is fast enough to dodge the bullets of an entire firing squad. [[spoiler: All it took was one well-timed knife toss from Jeff to take him out.]]
* GoodIsNotSoft: Commissioner Johnson is out to ''kill'' the Proxies rather than imprison them, and he's willing to torture anyone he believes is in league with them. He's also willing to accept help from wanted criminals, as is the case with Boris and Da-Bomb.
* HeroAntagonist: Their episode is dedicated to them, with [[SerialKiller Jeff and BEN]] only appearing at the end with a grand total of zero lines.
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: [[spoiler:Da-Bomb is killed when BEN uses telekinesis to send his own bombs back at him, killing not just him, but Boris as well.]]
* HurtingHero: Commissioner Johnson, whose son was kidnapped and brainwashed by Slenderman, starting his descent into hunting down him and the Proxies.
* {{Jerkass}}: Boris can be fairly nasty and arrogant.
* KatanasAreBetter: Both the Martial Artist and Eun wield katanas.
* KillTheCutie: [[spoiler: Poor Steve...]]
* KnifeNut: Boris carries a large Bowie knife, and the Martial Artist carries knives that also function as ninja throwing stars.
* KnightOfCerebus: "Only Human" is easily one of the darkest and saddest episodes in the series courtesy of Commissioner Johnson. Not on his own, but nothing about his character is funny in any way, and his son's kidnapping serves as a reminder of how truly evil and villainous the Proxies are.
* LargeHam: Boris is a clear variant of this.
* MadBomber: Da-Bomb.
* MightyGlacier: Boris is incredibly powerful and tough. He's also very slow.
* NonIndicativeName: The Martial Artist is always called a martial artist, despite being more a ninja if anything.
* OneManArmy: Boris is shown destroying an entire ''army'', including tearing apart a tank with his bare hands. [[spoiler: Despite this, he still gets taken out by BEN with no effort.]]
* OnlyInItForTheMoney: Boris and Da-Bomb's reasoning for accepting Johnson's offer. The rest, however, are only there for the glory of killing a Proxy.
* PapaWolf: Johnson is willing to torture, maim, and murder others to get his son back from Slenderman.
* RealityEnsues:
** [[spoiler: The group's plan hinged entirely on stealing Jeff's knife out of his hands before he could use it. They did not account for the possibility that Jeff might pull on the chain that was going to be used to take it away and yank it to perform a counter move on its wielder by dragging them to him and stabbing them through the eye. This one slip-up completely unraveled the plan at the seams.]]
** [[spoiler: While their fighting skills are all very impressive, it is nothing compared to Jeff, a serial killer who is capable of fighting Zalgo's demons, and BEN, a ghost who can teleport, lift things with his mind and can't even die to begin with.]]
* ScaryShinyGlasses: Johnson in a few shots.
* ShaggyDogStory: "Only Human" is devoted to them and only to them, developing their characters via their backstories, their hunting methods, and even their relationships with each other. By the time they finally confront Jack, 90% of the episode has aired. [[CurbStompBattle You can probably figure out the rest from there.]]
* SmallNameBigEgo: Boris.
* StealthExpert: The Martial Artist.
* StockNinjaInventory: The Martial Artist's weapon inventory contains sais, knives, throwing stars, a katana, poison darts, and nunchucks.
* TokenMinority: The Martial Artist is the only African-American in the group.
* TragicVillain: Johnson only seeks to kill the Proxies in order to save his kidnapped and brainwashed son from Slenderman.
* TheVoiceless: The Martial Artist never speaks once.
* WeHardlyKnewYe: [[spoiler:By the end of "Only Human", Johnson is the only one left alive.]]
* WhatMeasureIsAMook: {{Deconstructed}}. [[spoiler: Objectively, Jeff and BEN kill these guys just as quickly as any "hero" dispatches a mook in any show. However, the episode was told only from their point of view, making them the protagonists and allowing us to see their quirks, appearances, and personalities. Arguably, any mook from any show has their own history, personality, and quirks. We're just not allowed to see them and therefore don't care. But since we watched these guys interact and plan their attack during 20 minutes, even though we may not have sympathized with their cause (with the exception of Johnson's), we're still a little disappointed to see them defeated that quickly and may even have wished that they would come back later.]]
original story was]].



[[folder: Randy, Keith, and Troy]]
!!Randy, Keith, and Troy
The three bullies who caused Jeff to go insane.

to:

[[folder: Randy, Keith, and Troy]]
!!Randy, Keith, and Troy
The three bullies
[[folder:The Cowboy in Black]]
!!The Cowboy in Black
A supervillain
who caused Jeff to go insane.becomes Jeff's temporary arch-nemesis.



* AdaptationalBadass: Kind of. Randy puts up a much better fight than he did in the original.
* AdaptationalVillainy: Not even the original bullies murdered animals for fun (that we know of). [[spoiler: It only gets worse when Zalgo brainwashes Randy, and he subsequently loses his humanity.]]
* AssholeVictim
* AxCrazy: They are even more unhinged than their original counterparts.
* BadBoss: Randy threatens to knife Troy to death if he tells the cops the truth about them robbing Liu. [[spoiler: Later in the episode, Randy may or may not of killed Keith and Troy off-screen.]]
* BadPeopleAbuseAnimals: The trio murder stray animals to vent their frustration after Jeff fought them off.
* BarbaricBully: Even '''before''' [[spoiler: Zalgo brainwashed him]], Randy's idea of amusement include jabbing Liu with a knife, forcing a fat kid to eat raw and freshly slaughtered meat, shooting helpless kittens with a pistol for target practice, and otherwise mutilating or disfiguring people to remind them who is boss.
* BigBadWannabe: [[spoiler: They're the most feared kids in Jeff's neighborhood, but mere pawns in Zalgo's scheme.]]
* BrainwashedAndCrazy: [[spoiler: Randy, courtesy of Zalgo.]]
* BullyingADragon: Attacking Jeff after his brother was sent to juvie was a big mistake.
* DeathByAdaptation: [[spoiler: Keith and Troy, possibly. When we see Randy and his goons at the beginning of the episode, Keith is the one driving the car. It's safe to assume that it's Keith's car. Towards the end of the episode, Randy drives the car to the birthday party to kill Jeff. Keith and Troy are nowhere to be seen. Not only that, but Randy's face is covered in way more blood during his fight with Jeff compared to when he kills his own father and mother. "Where did all this blood come from?", you might ask... [[KilledOffScreen And where are Keith and Troy?]]]]
* DeathGlare: Keith's default expression.
* {{Delinquents}}
* DemotedToExtra: Keith and Troy, compared to their original counterparts.
* EvilIsHammy: Randy, somehow even moreso than his original counterpart.
* IShallTauntYou: Randy taunts Jeff about Liu's death when they fight inside Billy's house.
* {{Jerkass}}: All of them, but especially Randy.
* KickTheDog:
** Randy takes pot shots at stray animals for kicks.
** In a less literal example, Randy mocking Jeff over Liu going to Juvy while simultaneously beating him.
* KidsAreCruel: UpToEleven.
* KnifeNut: Randy, who carries a switchblade knife.
* LaughablyEvil: Troy in comparison to the others.
* LeanAndMean: Keith.
* MadeOfIron: Jeff beats Randy over the head with a bat, smashes his face into a window and then tosses him own a flight of stairs. [[spoiler: He still gets up and blinds Jeff with a tub of bleach before further assaulting him.]]
* {{Matricide}}: [[spoiler: Zalgo forced Randy to kill his mother.]]
* {{Patricide}}: [[spoiler: Zalgo forced Randy to kill his father]]
* PoliticallyIncorrectVillain: Randy calls Liu and Jeff "faggots" at one point.
* RedEyesTakeWarning: [[spoiler: Randy gets red eyes when he gets brainwashed by Zalgo.]]
* {{Sadist}}: All of them to some extent.
* SanitySlippage: [[spoiler: Randy after Zalgo comes to him and encourages them to kill Jeff along with everyone at the birthday party.]]
* SirSwearsALot: Randy.
* SlasherSmile: Randy does this numerous times.
* TerribleTrio
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Jeff's mother]]
!!Jeff's Mother

Jeff's well-to-do and haughty mother.
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* AbusiveMom: Refuses to get Jeff psychiatric help in favor of just killing him.
* AssholeVictim: The only tears shed when she was killed was either non-existent or of joy.
* BaitTheDog: She almost shows Jeff a moment of compassion when Liu is taken to Juvie... then she tosses her son in his room so he can cry where the neighbors can't see him.
* BeautyIsBad: Very attractive, but is an unrepentant bitch.
* BitchInSheepsClothing. Probably the biggest example in the entire series.
* DirtyCoward: When Jeff is about to kill her, she tells him to kill Liu instead and that she'll never tell the police about it.
* FauxAffablyEvil: Refined, classy and formal, but it's all the make herself look better.
* GreaterScopeVillain: If it wasn't for her, Jeff likely would have never become a Proxy.
* HateSink: You can't hate her sons, as they were bullied and abused all their lives. However, she's the one who ignored the bullying and abusing and shows no remorse for any of it.
* {{Jerkass}}: A toxic, haughty, and arrogant bully above all else.
* LadyMacbeth: To her husband.
* KickTheDog: When Jeff is crying in front of the house after Liu is hauled to Juvie, she grabs him by the neck and drags him to his room, just so he won't drag negative attention around the neighbors.
* NoNameGiven: Her name is never revealed.
* OffingTheOffspring: When she sees Jeff cutting himself, she decides to kill him, thinking it would be easy to cover up the murder as self-defense, especially with what Jeff did to himself, but (to them at least) getting psychiatric help for Jeff would look poorly on them socially.
* ParentalNeglect: Jeff and Liu were basically alone their entire childhoods because of her.
* RichBitch: Is more worried about her social status than her son's well-being.
* TheSociopath: At first it might seem that she's just a harsh, ambitious woman who at least cares somewhat for her sons but, as the episode progresses, she proves to be extremely callous and self-centered, to the point that she treats her husband and children as mere tools. She's also prone to fits of anger and even has traits of being homicidal. Just like many real-life sociopaths, she's able to hide these traits behind a veneer of politeness when it conveniences her.
* WouldHurtAChild: She had the idea of murdering her 13-year-old son just to save her social image.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Jeff's father]]
!!Jeff's father

Jeff and Liu's apathetic and overbearing father.
----
* AbusiveParents: He has shown no shred of decency or kindness to his sons.
* AdultsAreUseless: When he finds Jeff and Liu were nearly mugged, his response is "Mhmm, that's nice, Jeff" while looking through the newspaper.
* AffablyEvil: Although "evil" is a harsh word in this case.
* ALighterShadeOfBlack: He's not as terrible Jeff's mother, but is still more concerned with watching a football game than going to the hospital to see Jeff.
* BumblingDad: While friendlier than his wife, he's not as competent.
* DistinguishedGentlemansPipe: Is almost always seen smoking a pipe.
* TheDitz: While far from stupid, he clearly isn't aware of how dire things are around him.
* EveryoneHasStandards: Even he is given a pause when Jeff's mom suggests killing her son.
* FlatCharacter: At least compared to Jeff's mom. He even points this out when he is killed.
* HenpeckedHusband: It's clear that he isn't the one wearing the pants in his marriage.
* {{Jerkass}}: Like his wife, he seems motivated to make his children's lives a living hell as much as possible.
* LimitedWardrobe: He mostly wears a gold-colored robe with a brown sweater underneath, black dress pants, polished shoes, and glasses. Even when in bed.
* MajorInjuryUnderreaction: His reaction to being stabbed in the heart?
--> '''Jeff's Dad''': ''(looks at his wound)'' Who the hell even ''was'' I? Would it have killed the writer to give me ''one'' sentence of backstory? ''(Dies)''
* NoNameGiven: Much like Jeff's mother, his name is never stated.
* ParentalNeglect: Is almost as bad as Jeff's mom.
* RichBastard: He shows no kindness to his sons and is extremely rich.
* SmugSnake: He always has a patronizing smirk when criticizing Jeff and Liu.
* TheStoic: He almost never emotes the entire episode.
* TokenGoodTeammate: He's not really evil, just following what his wife says.
* TrademarkFavoriteFood: As he says, he loves chicken pot pie.
* WouldHurtAChild: Though he's unsure if it's right to kill Jeff or not, he still goes to get his gun ready before being killed by Jeff.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Liu]]
Jeff's brother.
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* AnnoyingYoungerSibling: To Jeff.
* FlatCharacter: Look at the size his character folder compared to his mother and father's.
* TheGenericGuy: Other than being Jeff's brother, he doesn't have too much of a personality or outstanding quirk, like the rest of his family.
* MetaGuy: Much like Jeff, he spends most of the time pointing how [[WhoWritesThisCrap flawed and horribly written the original story was]].
[[/folder]]

[[folder:The Cowboy in Black]]
!!The Cowboy in Black
A supervillain who becomes Jeff's temporary arch-nemesis.
----

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* NoodleIncident: This exchange:
-->'''Rick Bernstein''': I've come up with two locations that will fit our vacation parameters.
-->'''Karen''': Denmark.
-->'''President Bush''': I can't step foot in Denmark.
-->'''Ducky''': Why not?
-->'''President Bush''': Well, that's private, Ducky. Between me and the Danes.

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