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Oodle the Doodle
Voiced by: Robert JohnstonA white inter-dimensional demigod triangle drawing with a green outline who hosts the competition.
- A Lizard Named "Liz": His name is literally a play on "doodle."
- Badass Fingersnap: Some of his powers are shown by him snapping his fingers, such as summoning water or sucking someone into the Doodleverse canvas.
- Did We Just Have Tea with Cthulhu?: Oodle is fun-loving and wants everyone to feel happy.
- Dimensional Traveler: He was initially this before becoming the Game Show Host of AIB. He's able to create portals to other dimensions and travel through them.
- Early Installment Character Design Difference: He didn't receive too drastic of a change, as his tongue was recolored from green in the pilot to white in the later episodes.
- Emerald Power: A green doodle with multiple powers at his disposal.
- Extendable Arms: Having the ability to shapeshift, he's able to have his arms extended. A prominent example would be in "An Ice Beginning" when he retrieves Album.
- Game Show Host: Hosts the competition, need we say more?
- Giver of Lame Names: He labeled all teams the monikers of Team 1 through 6 and even admits that he's bad at naming things when confronted about it.
- Light Is Good:
- Living Drawing: A walking, talking triangular doodle, as hinted by his name.
- Living Polyhedron: He certainly counts as this.
- Medium Awareness:
- Nice Guy: Unlike most other object show hosts, Oodle is rather kind to his contestants and cares about them, even Bone.
- Nigh-Invulnerability: Oodle is unable to die due to his demigod status, rendering him immortal. As such, he can tank hits that would have killed the average person, such as a falling safe.
- Non-Standard Character Design: He's the only one that is not an object of any kind, being a white triangle with green outlines for that matter. Also, he has green face and limb assets instead of the standard black or white.
- Odd Name Out: Rather than being played straightforward, his name is a play on the very object he's based on. It's just "doodle" without the 'D' at the beginning.
- Partial Transformation: At one point in the intro, there is a brief shot of Oodle with bee wings and a bee stinger, implying he can partially become a bee.note
- The Power of Creation: Often materialize things, such as the ocean and mountain, into existence for the challenges. This is usually done off-screen and out of nowhere (since there is literally nothing in the Blank Slate to create from), greatly confusing the contestants.
- Reality Warper: The works, including but not limited to Shapeshifting, creating things from nothing, Immortality, reviving the dead and dimension-hopping. Not really surprising, considering he is a demigod.
- Semi-Divine: As said a bunch of times here, he's a demigod. It's been established since the Pilot.
- Shapeshifting: Has the ability to turn his body parts and even himself into different things, such as turning his hand into a giant mallet or his body into a parachute.
- Spell My Name with a "The": Downplayed example. While there is a "the" in his full name (Oodle the Doodle), he doesn't mind simply being referred to as Oodle.
Voiced by: Robert JohnstonA blue drawing of a flat-screen TV who co-hosts the show. He is unable to feel emotion, and Oodle doesn't even know whenever or not he's alive. He is also the only character who is his own gender.
- Brought to You by the Letter "S": Has a "T" placed under his screen. This "T" is also present when he is in a cube.
- Impossibly Compact Folding: He is able to transform himself into a small portable cube that Oodle carries around.
- Living Drawing: Of a TV.
- Mechanical Lifeforms: Though its more of an ambiguous case since no one seems to know if he's even alive.
- Non-Standard Character Design:
- Odd Name Out: Like Oodle, his name is not based directly on his object. Instead, it's just a play on the word "TV."
- Tin Man: Isn't able to feel any emotion. In fact, no one - not even Oodle - knows if he's even alive.Brain: Is he alive?Oodle: I'm going to be real with you, I have no idea.
- Second Episode Introduction: Tivo counts as this, along with Tumbleweed, if you include the pilot in the series.
Voiced by: Riley CookeA compact disc with a passion for metal bands. She gets extremely distressed when she receives scratches.
- Clothing-Concealed Injury: Her elimination screen shows her wearing dark-colored sunglasses and a knitted hat to cover the scars she received over the course of the show.
- Metal Scream: Lets out a type 4 in "Smarter & Boulder" to catch the attention of her distracted teammates.
- Minor Injury Overreaction: Getting a scratch on her makes her freak out and/or lose her confidence.
- The Perfectionist: Being scratched is a big deal to her to the point where she tries to cover up her scratch(es) whenever she can.
- Scars Are Forever: Has a scratch on her head received via trying to cut through Oodle in the Pilot and has been there since. She gained another one thanks to Hanger in "Smarter & Boulder," this time longer and across her face.
Voiced by: taopywagonA bacon strip with a strong western accent. Originally he wasn't like this at the start due to Oodle giving everyone voices based on what he thought would fit but Bacon quickly grew proud of his and gain the personality of a rootin'-tootin' cowboy to boot.
- Adaptational Personality Change: Downplayed but whatever personality Bacon had before "An Ice Beginning" is long gone to make way for his cowboy persona.
- Cowboy: Shortly after receiving his heavy southern accent, Bacon has devoted himself to everything there is to know about cowboys, from the slang to the lassoing. This change in behavior doesn't go unnoticed.
- Knows the Ropes: Learns how to expertly lasso in "Smarter and Boulder" which is mighty impressive since he only became the show's cowboy the episode prior.
- Unexplained Accent: In "An Ice Beginning", Oodle gave him the voice of "some gun-slinging rodeo star", in Bacon's own words. Although, he fully embraces it as time went on.
Voiced by: Robert Johnston (Episode 1), Jekosnd (Episode 2-onwards)A wavy, striped blanket.
- Ambiguously Gay: Blanket was seen visibly blushing after Flaggy performed a Heroic Sacrifice to spare her from an incoming javelin in "An Ice Beginning".
- Implied Love Interest: To both Flaggy and Filmy in the same episode, "An Ice Beginning". Blanket reacted to the former's Heroic Sacrifice for her by blushing conspicuously and in the latter's case, he had wished to "confess [his] feelings to whom [he] yearn for" while the scene focuses on Blanket as he said the line.
- Pink Is Feminine: Blanket is a female and literally pale-pink in color.
- The Quiet One: Doesn't say more than 2 words in a day despite Candle's prodding.
- Shrinking Violet: A polar opposite to Flaggy if you will.
Voiced by: zoomiA partially melted candle.
Voiced by: F-L-R-NA chocolate chip.
Voiced by: Robert JohnstonA cartoon husk coconut
- The Bully:
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Despite bullying certain but several characters, he can be quite supportive to his friends.
- Sensitive Guy and Manly Man: The manly man to Pill's sensitive guy.
- Smarter Than They Look: For his brutish behavior and bullying tendencies towards the weaker contestants, he's surprisingly cunning. One example is him using Album's text dialogue as a Ninja Prop to send Team 6 flying towards elimination during "An Ice Beginning".
Voiced by: Riley CookeAn extremely excitable flag with a striped logo design.
- Early Installment Character Design Difference: Instead of being a stripy orange flag, Flaggy was meant to be orange and blue colored as seen in the Pilot.
- Genki Girl: Practically embodies this trope.
- Heroic Sacrifice: Dives straight in front of a speeding javelin, impaling herself in the process, to save Blanket's life in "An Ice Beginning".
Voiced by: Robert JohnstonA glowstick
- Abhorrent Admirer: He's this to Pitchfork and it's painfully evident.
- Heroic BSoD: Completely shuts down once Pitchfork told him off that they were never a thing in "Smarter and Boulder"
- Single-Target Sexuality: Has eyes on Pitchfork and nobody else.
- Selective Obliviousness: No matter how many times, ways, or just flat-out statements of hatred he gets from Pitchfork, Glowstick still believes that deep down she digs him.
- Self-Proclaimed Love Interest: He's in this delusion in which he and Pitchfork are a thing in spite of the latter's extreme disdain for him. Needless to say, when Pitchfork finally told him that she was never interested in him, he definitely has more than just his heart broken.
Voiced by: Robert JohnstonA red-and-blue capsule pill.
- The Caretaker: of Roe who can't do anything independently and frequently strays off.
- Early Installment Character Design Difference: He was shown as red and white in the Pilot rather than red and blue in later episodes.
- Sensitive Guy and Manly Man: The sensitive guy to Coconut's manly man.
- Speech Impediment: Has an audible lisp which he can't help since Oodle made him talk like that.
Voiced by: N/AA salmon fish egg who is silent and expressionless. She is treated as an infant, unable to do things on her own and wandering off the moment Pill doesn't have eyes on her.
- The Baby of the Bunch: She has the mindset of a clueless child or is one. Either way, Pill treats her as such.
- Emotionless Girl: Always have the same blank expression on her face.
- Non-Indicative Name: In case you aren't familiar with seafood, "roe" in Real Life refers to the mass of eggs found inside the ovaries of fish and shellfish. Roe herself is a singular salmon egg.
- The Speechless: Despite everyone being Suddenly Voiced in "An Ice Beginning", she has yet to say anything so far.
- The Stoic: Doesn't really express much.
- Straying Baby: Tends to wander off to places unknown the moment Pill stops watching her.
Voiced by: F-L-R-NA playful high-bounce rubber ball who finds the fun in everything. She loves bouncing about and flying sky-high when kicked.
- Hyper-Destructive Bouncing Ball: Not only that she's literally one, but her team also utilizes this to their advantage in "An Ice Beginning" by having Sock kick her towards multiple teams to knock some of their members off.
- Cheerful Child: Always full of energy and glee.
Voiced by: Robert JohnstonAn inquisitive individual who happens to be a brain. His dialogue consists of endless amounts of questions and Sesquipedalian Loquaciousness.
- Astonishingly Appropriate Appearance:
- Constantly Curious: Asked so many questions in his pursuit of knowledge that his lines up until "Smarter and Boulder" were all questions.
- Insufferable Genius: He is a bit arrogant about his intelligence compared to the other smart people of the cast.
- Sesquipedalian Loquaciousness:
Voiced by: LivingPyramidA cynical, slightly dented soda can.
- The Smart Girl: One of the smartest contestants in the show.
- Larynx Dissonance: Her masculine voice often causes viewers to mistake her for a guy.
Voiced by: zoomiA piece of lopsided chalk.
- Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: By one of Frisbee's javelins in "An Ice Beginning."
Voiced by: Riley CookeA clothes wire hanger.
Voiced by: Riley CookeA jagged blue hailstone.
- Best Friend: To Leek
Voiced by: TBlizziA purple, translucent gelatin.
- Affectionate Nickname: Calls his Best Friend "P-Stick" as a form of endearment.
- Best Friend: To Popsicle Stick although he's more independent than her when separated.
- Living Emotional Crutch: He is this to Popsicle Stick, who always sought after his opinion.
Voiced by: Robert JohnstonA blue-grey metal safe.
- Gentle Giant:
- Larynx Dissonance: Has an oddly creaky voice that doesn't sound remotely feminine.
- No Indoor Voice: At times, she can't control her volume when excited as seen when Safe introduced herself to her team and promptly wrecked everyone's eardrums.
Voiced by: Crazy FilmmakerA green woolly sock.
- Astonishingly Appropriate Appearance: He's a woolen sock with powerful kicking abilities, coincidence much?
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Glove.
- Large Ham: When his anger gets the best of him, he usually kicks this trope into overdrive.
Sock: "LET'S TUSSLE THEN SWEET CHEEKS!" note
- Stealth Pun: He's quite the strong type, accomplishing impressive athletic feats like kicking a boulder up a mountain single-handedly, and socks are usually designed for feet. So, you could say Sock's...an athlete's foot.
Voiced by: zoomiA green ball of yarn.
- Leitmotif: Their one is an except of a stock chimpanzee scream (from 0:04 to 0:05).
- Two Girls to a Team: Tea Bag and Recycling Bin are the only females on the team.
Voiced by: Robert JohnstonA femur bone ostracized by everyone around him for some unknown reason, to the point where he isn't allowed to be within 20 feet of people. However, he gracefully accepts his fate as an outcast instead of fighting it and maintains a positive demeanor. He's often seen drawing with a blue crayon.
- Continuity Snarl: In the pilot, Bone states that his restraining order prevents him from approaching people within 20 feet. However, later episodes show him being at least five feet away from people in group or crowd shots. It's like they changed the restraining order so that he could properly compete.
- Extreme Doormat: He lets the contestants walk all over him left, right and center.
- The Friend Nobody Likes: Hated by everyone (except Oodle) to the point where they put a restraining order on him.
- I Just Want to Have Friends: As depicted in his drawings, he yearns to have this. However, given his status with the other contestants, this dream is nigh impossible.
- Nice Guy: Despite everyone's poor treatment of him, Bone's quite decent in terms of personality and not at all bad to actually deserve said treatment.
- Running Gag: Every time he's seen in a group shot, he's at least five feet away from everyone else.
- Stock Femur Bone: But of course.
Voiced by: LivingPyramidA cracked clay brick.
Voiced by: Robert JohnstonA light-brown cork.
- Forcibly Formed Physique: He currently has a stout stature because of Coconut squashing him accordion flat in the "Pilot".
Voiced by: N/AA fart cloud.
- Fire-Forged Friends: After their initial scuffle in "An Ice Beginning", Farty and Antimatter come to terms that they are Not So Different and became fast friends.
- Flight: One of only two contestants with this ability.
- No Mouth:
- The Unintelligible: Speaks only through fart noises. However, there are subtitles for almost every time he speaks.
Voiced by: Robert JohnstonA mitten with a sewn pink heart. He overcompensates the fact of him being a weak softie by putting up an extremely masculine, athletic facade. Still, it's clear that he's fooling no one but himself.
- Blatant Lies: He claims to have exercise on a daily basis despite all evidence pointing otherwise.
Voiced by: Robert JohnstonA purple-colored number nine and despite his good-natured demeanor, he has a strange obsession for wrapping his elongated tongue around things.
- Overly Long Tongue: Can have this as a visual gag, such as when he wraps his tongue around Oodle's arm in "An Ice Beginning."
- You Are Number 6: Turn the "6" upside down and you get his name.
Voiced by: Robert JohnstonA standard recycling bin.
- Arch Enemies: With Teabag.
- Larynx Dissonance: Has a voice so deep, it can be easily mistaken for a guy's.
Voiced by: Robert JohnstonA creased salami slice. He acts more like a sergeant (the crazy kind) than a leader to his team and seemed tired all the time.
- Exhausted Eye Bags: Has very prominent ones under his eyes.
Voiced by: taopywagonA teabag attached to a string.
- Arch Enemies: With Recycling Bin.
- Cat Smile: Does this on occasion.
- Kill It with Water: A rare non-electronic and non-fire based example.For context The contents inside Teabag bleeds out upon contact with water as shown in "An Ice Beginning", leaving her essentially dead.
Voiced by: KimiA stargazing telescope.
- Hates Being Touched: Fiddling with his nozzle for too long would cause him to snap.
Voiced by: Robert JohnstonA Hebrew Semitic Letter whose ego is too inflated for his own good. He wants to outsmart Nabla, his smarter, more mature cousin.
- Clashing Cousins: With Nabla.
- Passive-Aggressive Kombat:
- Small Name, Big Ego: Definitely has a huge ego, especially around his cousin, Nabla, since he thinks he's smarter and more mature than her.
Voiced by: taopywagonA letter envelope who is the town's self-proclaimed crier. He likes his own voice Oodle gave him in "An Ice Beginning" which fits in with his eccentricity and loudmouth tendencies.
- Large Ham:
- No Indoor Voice: He speaks in a loud, blunt tone regardless of the situation and isn't afraid to speak his mind out.
Voiced by: Robert JohnstonA frisbee disc notable for his extreme obsession with javelins. He likes showing off his skills which unfortunately accumulates to him throwing javelins willy-nilly and accidentally injuring others from the crossfire.
- Javelin Thrower: He loves javelins and will throw them all around the area.
- Muscles Are Meaningful: He has visible muscles when he flexes. Being the team's athlete, these aren't for show as proven in "Smarter and Boulder" where he lifted a boulder over his head and then scale up a mountain with said boulder without help.
Voiced by: Robert Johnston (Episode 1), Jekosnd (Episode 2-onwards)A bottle of craft glue.
Voiced by: zoomiA ketchup squeeze bottle.
Voiced by: zoomiA leek stalk that has trouble taking a leak. Unfortunate quirk aside, Leek is very touching as prominently shown when he delivers a heartfelt speech to Oodle which convinces him to stay and start the show in the first place.
- Best Friend: To Hailstone.
- Eaten Alive: In the Pilot, Oodle ate and accidentally murdered him due to mistaking Leek for a non-sentient vegetable, marking his death the first in the series.
- Meaningful Name: It's almost as if the creator of the show gave him bladder issues because of his name. And yes, it does sound like "leak," which can have many meanings, but the context here is that he has bladder problems.
- Potty Emergency: Due to having bladder issues, he often would need to go to the bathroom.
- Running Gag: Pretty often, he would need to go to the little leek's room.
Voiced by: Riley CookeA golden lyre.
Voiced by: F-L-R-NA triangular Nabla symbol who is the most intelligent out of the cast. She's smart and cynical but gets overshadowed by her egotistical cousin, Alef, while trying to help others.
- Armless Biped: An inverted case since she's the only character to have arms but not legs.
- Clashing Cousins: With Alef.
- Iconic Item: Why else would she always bring her personal chalkboard around? She becomes incredibly distraught if she happens to lose it, calling it her "baby". Of course, she also carries a miniature chalkboard in case something happens to her main one.
- The Smart Girl: The resident genius of the Blank Slate.
Voiced by: LivingPyramidA thin toothpick.
Voiced by: F-L-R-NA whoopee cushion that is easily humored.
Voiced by: LivingPyramidA visible concept of antimatter with a jagged mouth and a slightly echoed voice. They are the strongest player and the second strongest character on the show.
- Fire-Forged Friends: After their initial scuffle in "An Ice Beginning", Farty and Antimatter come to terms that they are Not So Different and became fast friends.
- Flight: Possesses this ability throughout the entire series, including the series pilot.
- Non-Standard Character Design: Is the only character to have a jagged mouth.
- Sizeshifter: Able to shrink themself into the size of an atom.
Voiced by: F-L-R-NA peach apricot.
Voiced by: Riley CookeAn opened bag of chips.
Voiced by: Riley CookeA swirl of cream.
- Embarrassing First Name: She really dislikes her name and considers changing it to "Frosting" despite opposing views from others.
- Pink Is Feminine:
Voiced by: Robert JohnstonA black domino
- Astonishingly Appropriate Appearance: His most distinguishing feature is his asymmetrical white-colored eyes, placed in just the way a number two black domino would.
- I Am Very British: He speaks like this although it's not like he had any choice when everyone was Suddenly Voiced.
- Unexplained Accent: British to be exact thanks to Oodle and unlike Bacon, he doesn't exactly fancy his.
Domino: "I'm British! Why am I British?" [Exasperated]
Voiced by: Robert JohnstonA film strip living his life as if it were a grand stage with him the main protagonist. He often casts a spotlight on himself (figuratively and literally) and monologues dramatic speeches, which greatly annoy the contestants especially the ones on his team.
- Drama King: This is to the point where he is apparently designated to be theatrically over-the-top as his job.Flaggy: "Yeah, that's Filmy's job!"Context
- Dramatic Spotlight: Spontaneously cast this on himself when doing his internal monologues.
- Internal Monologue: Exaggerated, unnecessarily dramatic and often.
- Mood Lighting: Other than casting spotlights on himself, Filmy can mute the background colors, create letterboxes (The black rectangular bars covering the top and bottom of the screen in cinema movies) and cause everyone (sans him) to stand still or move in slow motion. This is done for the sake of his infamous monologues as if he's in some serious high-budget movie.
Voiced by: Riley CookeA flaming ball of fire. She is shown to be a wild-child and extreme daredevil who likes to harm or even kill people on impulse.
- Ax-Crazy: Can't help doing random acts of violence without a good reason.
- Companion Cube: She has the one and only Mr. Pickaxe at her side.
- Hot-Blooded: No pun intended.
- I Call It "Vera": Dubs her cherished pickaxe with a fitting "Mr. Pickaxe".
- Iconic Item: Received a pickaxe from Oodle for winning the challenge in "An Ice Beginning" which became her Literally Prized Possession ever since. Weirdly enough, she treats her pickaxe as if it were alive and sometimes listen to its non-existent advice.
- Kill It with Water: Extinguishes and dies from this trope due to, you know, being a fireball.
- Nightmare Fetishist:
- Personality Powers: A fiery individual, both literally and personality-wise, who has the tendency to catch things on fire.
- Playing with Fire: Unintentionally set things ablaze to smoldering piles of ashes as typical for a fireball.
- Tsurime Eyes: Not directly at her but she imagines Mr. Pickaxe to have these.
Voiced by: Crazy FilmmakerA jagged piece of gold with no discernible personality besides being rich. However, this doesn't stop her from constantly mentioning that one character trait.
- Flat Character: Her outstanding character traits comprise of her being rich...and nothing else. Gold Nugget seems aware of this.
Voiced by: Robert JohnstonA Comice pear that constantly takes naps whenever he can, an apathetic slacker in general.
- Lazy Bum: Always seen lazing about and taking naps.
- Mellow Fellow: He doesn't give a flying flip to anything and would rather slack off than partake in the competition.
Voiced by: Robert JohnstonA 3-pronged pitchfork with a bad temper.
- Brutal Honesty: Let's just say she sugar-coats her words the way a psychopath stabs someone with a blunt knife, repeatedly.
- Hair-Trigger Temper: She can be set off quite easily especially around Glowstick and when her team slacks off.
- High-Pressure Emotion: Best illustrated with her prongs becoming red-hot, follow by accompanying kettle whistle, whenever she gets angry.
- Jerkass: Combined with her temper-induced attitude, she can pretty much be viewed as a domineering tyrant who overworks the members of the team. Only time will tell when shell redeem herself or when these members stand their ground.
- Make Me Wanna Shout: When sufficiently angered, she can blow anyone in front of her away just by yelling at them.
- Tomboyish Voice: Fitting for her rough, frank nature.
- Dysfunction Junction: Good Lord, where do we begin? As a whole, the team notoriously gained traction from the other teams as the one most likely to lose because of the members' unwillingness to cooperate.
- Package, the logical intellectual she is, would not tolerate her cohorts' stupidity to which her fierce rivalry with Shot Put is pretty self-explanatory. She also thinks highly of herself as the (self-proclaimed) leader even though no one listens to her anyway.
- Shot Put has the strength of an immovable fortress and the IQ of a brain-dead potato. This combination of Dumb Muscle results in ill-thought-out plans from him, majorly involving chucking things at others and not using his minuscule brain for seemingly unimportant tasks.
- Glassy, in spite of her adorable appearance, is completely psychopathic and violent. No kidding, she's damn scary and if you get on her bad side... Run.
- Orange and Yellow Food Dye are a couple of identical valley girls that don't fare well without each other while Popsicle Stick is so over-reliant on her Best Friend (who's on a different team by the way), she borderline worships him. These three definitely have some serious independence issues.
- Glove and Raisin, on the other hand, are quite pleasant to hang around with and not as dysfunctional as the examples above. Still, they do have their flaws with the former having awakened an unhealthy competitive nature from his teammates' quarreling while the latter's senility causes him to be 90 percent oblivious to his surroundings.
- Showery, although avoiding the conflict Team 6 brought upon themselves, lacks the confidence to effectively contribute to challenges for his team. Thus, his attempts to prove himself as such comes off rather awkward and unprepared.
- Finally, there's Nacho, the apathetic Emo Teen and Only Sane Woman who actually does the challenges which really speak volumes of how much of a mess this team is.
- In-Series Nickname: The members of Team 6 are collectively called "Sixers" by the other teams.
- Leader Wannabe: A rather interesting case since most of Team 6 displays these traits, especially Package, so much so that there is no definite leader in the first place.
- Leitmotif: Team 6 has 2 short stock screams of a man in agony for theirs.
- Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: The team's dynamic in a nutshell.
Voiced by: Robert JohnstonA glass cup whose more dangerous than she lets on. Adorable and charming on the outside but merciless and brutal on the inside, she is an unstoppable one-woman army you never should cross paths with.
- The Berserker: Her unethical fighting methods support this. For starters, she had once tried to bite Candle's face off.
- Broke the Rating Scale: According to the episode "Smarter & Boulder," Glassy's pure evilness is ranked with a whopping 6 out of 5 stars (maybe even more than that).
- Cute and Psycho: Way too on the nose (if objects have one) with this trope.
- Girly Bruiser: Looks like a dainty cup. Acts like a Little Miss Badass.
- Killer Rabbit: Innocent and sweet isn't she? WRONG! Before you know it, she would have mauled you in a flash.
- Pink Is Feminine: A pink female cup.
- Pint-Sized Powerhouse: Don't ever underestimate her size because she'll absolutely destroy you. Jelly even says this verbatim to describe her in "An Ice Beginning".
- Puppy-Dog Eyes: Frequently sports these as part of her cute get-up.
- Token Evil Teammate: Is said to be made out of pure evil.
- Tomboy with a Girly Streak: Her demeanor and actions are quite brash, but her appearance says otherwise.
Voiced by: taopywagonA five-fingered glove.
- Brainless Beauty: One of his stats in "Smarter and Boulder" rates him 5 out of 5 stars in radiating himbo energy.note
- Competition Freak: Revealed to be one in "Smarter and Boulder" after Team 6's non-stop arguing triggers it.
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Sock.
- Irony: Glove didn't even know what hands are until everyone received Sudden Anatomy in "An Ice Beginning", despite being the very garment meant to be worn on a hand. In a similar vein, he only received legs and not arms in the same episode.
Voiced by: F-L-R-NA nacho chip with cheese sauce dripping at the side. Sardonic in nature and only expresses in the most monotonous, unenthusiastic manner, you can definitely assume she's a goth or emo.
- Creepy Monotone: She has zero emotion and inflection in her tone so everything she say would sound sarcastic and/or deadpan.
- Deadpan Snarker: Low on snark, high on deadpan (And I'm talking really high)
- Dull Surprise: Reacts with deep despondence regardless of the situation.
- Emo Teen: She is one if you haven't guessed it by this point. Her appearance of having cheese sauce mimicking Peek-a-Bangs helps.
- Larynx Dissonance: Sounds more like a teenage boy rather than a girl.
- Not So Stoic: She sheds a tear when listening to Raisin's wish to relive his glory days before his elimination in "Smarter and Boulder".
- Only Sane Woman: Is the only one to not be involved in Team 6's in-fighting besides Showery. However, unlike him, she's able to come up with ideas to actually do the challenge and prevent her team's elimination.
- Peek-a-Bangs: The cheese sauce covering her left eye imitates this to represent a goth/emo hairstyle which is quite fitting given her personality.
- The Stoic:
Orange Food Dye
Voiced by: taopywagonAn orange food dye bottle. She more or less has the same personality as her best friend, Yellow Food Dye, although she is quieter.
- Always Identical Twins: Looks like a recolored version of Yellow Food Dye and vice versa.
- Brought to You by the Letter "S": Has the letter "O" on her logo.
- The Ditz: She scores a measly 1 out of 5 stars in intelligence, along with Yellow, if we were to go by the stats in "Smarter and Boulder".
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Yellow Food Dye.
- Valley Girl: Shares this trait with her BFF, Yellow.
Voiced by: taopywagonA dented package box that uses strategy and logic to complete tasks. She tries acting as the leader for her self-destructive team, emphasis on "tries" since most of Team 6 also wants that elusive position. That being said, she isn't qualified to lead her team, like the others, as her smart-alecky, impatient nature can get ahold of her.
- Arch Enemies: With the bird brain Shot Put.
- Brains and Brawn: The brains to Shotput's brawn.
- Enraged by Idiocy: Easily annoyed when people don't put any thought into their plans and/or actions. This is why she cannot tolerate Shot Put, the living embodiment of stupidity.
- Leader Wannabe: Most of her teammates possess this trait but she's the most determined since she thinks the most intelligent of the group should equate to leadership status.
- The Smart Girl: She is the smartest on her team, her intelligence stat boasting a full five stars as shown in "Smarter and Boulder", which is especially apparent compared to half her teammates.
Voiced by: Riley CookeA wooden popsicle stick whose too reliant on Jelly. So reliant in fact, that her life revolves primarily around Jelly and would do anything for him.
- Best Friend: To the extreme with Jelly such that their friendship is more parallel to a manic follower and an idol than good friends.
- Undying Loyalty: Dedicates her every waking moment towards Jelly to a seriously unhealthy degree and puts everything else as her second priority, even her own personal life.
- Satellite Character: Her actions, motivations and overall personality are always Jelly-centric even though he's on another team. However, this doesn't stop her from depending on him.
Rank: 60th (Last Place)
Voiced by: Robert JohnstonA purple grape raisin. He is way past his prime, hardened by the fact that he's the oldest out of all the contestants, and as such is not in the best shape or state of mind to compete in the show. Despite his senility, he is quite wise and yearns to relive his glory days.
- Astonishingly Appropriate Appearance: Raisins are known to be very shriveled and wrinkly, guess what type of personality Raisin has?note
- *Crack!* "Oh, My Back!":
- Grumpy Old Man: His personality in the show though it's more "Old Man" and less "Grumpy".
- Scratchy-Voiced Senior:
- We Hardly Knew Ye: Was eliminated first in the show and became the first occupant of the Doodleverse.
Voiced by: Robert JohnstonA shot put ball that can be described as all brawn and no brains. He is stubborn-minded, not liking to admit he's wrong and enjoys throwing things.
- Arch Enemies: With the smart-aleck Package.
- Astonishingly Appropriate Appearance: He has a good throwing arm and usually hurtles things and even people as a solution to his problems. In Real Life, shot puts are thrown in sports and games (such as the Olympics).
- Brains and Brawn: The brawn to Package's brains.
- Dumb Muscle: His brain is non-existent but his immense strength makes up for it (sort of).
- Malaproper: Gets a lot of words and phrases mixed up like "Muttony" as "Mutiny" and "Protraction" as "Potential", greatly annoying and confusing Package.
- Simpleton Voice:
- Unskilled, but Strong: In terms of raw power, he dominates the category whereas anywhere else, not by a long shot.
Voiced by: Robert JohnstonA shower bathtub. Due to his size and lack of limbs, Showery isn't the best at putting himself front and center in the spotlight. In fact, he's quite the shy, insecure type who fails at proving his worth, despite trying his hardest.
- The Big Guy: He's the largest member on his team but it also makes him the clumsiest.
- Lovable Coward:
Yellow Food Dye
Voiced by: zoomiA yellow food dye bottle. She more or less has the same personality as her best friend, Orange Food Dye, although she is the more talkative one.
- Always Identical Twins: Looks like a recolored version of Orange Food Dye and vice versa.
- Brought to You by the Letter "S": Has the letter "Y" on her logo.
- The Ditz: She scores a measly 1 out of 5 stars in intelligence, along with Orange, if we were to go by the stats in "Smarter and Boulder".
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Orange Food Dye.
Voiced by: Robert JohnstonA tumbleweed who, unlike the rest of the cast, debuted in "An Ice Beginning" as part of Bacon's western sequence. He's a minor character that appears every now and then but doesn't compete in the show.
- Maybe Magic, Maybe Mundane: Unlike the other residents of the blank void, he suddenly spouts legs and a face as opposed to receiving them from Oodle. This begs the question of whether he was alive or not before Oodle came into the picture.
- Second Episode Introduction: Introduce as this if you count the pilot as the first episode.