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Voiced by: Allyn Rachel, Aino Shimada (Japanese)

A goofy and quirky young adult who has terrible luck holding down a job. One rainy night after getting fired from her latest job at a pet store, the mysterious PuppyCat falls on her head and enlists her in a magical temp agency that does odd jobs across the universe.

  • Adaptational Relationship Overhaul: As seen in the 2022 Netflix series, Lazy in Space, Bee's relationship with the other characters are given more context or outright changed.
    • Her friendship with Puppycat is far closer since it's revealed that her father used to travel with him and Violet in space as a toddler, and at some point in time after Puppycat transformed in his current state, he babysat an infant Bee as part of a temp job.
    • In the Pilot episode, it's implied that she has a mutual attraction with Deckard as she also gains a Crush Blush. The original series (2014-2016), on the other hand, shows that the attraction is one-sided on Deckard's end with the 2022 Netflix series, Lazy in Space, further emphasizing this as a Precocious Crush with Bee's Age Lift as she's shown in a flashback babysitting an infant Deckard while looking the same in the present time.
    • Her relationship with Cas in the original series is shown to be fairly casual, but the latter does acknowledge Bee's shortcomings secretly. In Lazy in Space, Cas is far more weirded out by Bee's antics and the weirdness around her, never mind the fact that Bee hasn't aged a day since she knew her as a kid.
    • In regards to the Wizard Family in general, the original series shows that Bee is only acquainted with Deckard and Cas. Where in Lazy in Space, she's known all of the siblings to the point of being considered family in Deckard's opinion, even possibly dating Crispin at one point in the past.
  • Age Lift: Unlike the Pilot episode and the original series, the 2022 Netflix series shows that Bee is far older than she appears to be, with Cas remarking about her being an "old lady girl" and a flashback showing that she babysat an infant Deckard.
  • Amicable Exes: Implied to be this with Crispin. Seems to be on both sides, but Bee definitely still sees him as someone she cares about.
    • In Two Clown Noses, she goes to a planet with a clown motif and one of her first thoughts is that she should bring Crispin because he likes clowns.
  • Animal Motifs: Bee has various characteristics similar to a cat. She is easily distracted, mildly self-centered, has an aversion to water and loves being pampered by others. But ironically she's still associated with bees.
  • Attention Deficit... Ooh, Shiny!: Played a little more realistically than most depictions of ADHD—she mostly just spaces out occasionally and has a difficult time focusing on things.
  • Badass Adorable: It's rare that a Magical Girl will immediately lunge at a monster and then start attacking it with her teeth. And win.
  • Big Eater: Bee is very quick to consume whatever food she gets her hands on. Probably justified since she seems to be short on money to buy more food due to being fired from various jobs.
  • Buffy Speak: After the accidental Groin Attack, Bee assures Deckard that she has "stuff" for his "stuff," which is a bag of ice for his crotch.
  • Character Development: After the first 3 episodes of Lazy in Space, with Deckard having gone to baking school and him asking her to take care of his family, Bee tries to actively be more responsible and reliable, taking on more jobs and actually trying to do some of them instead of just fumbling around and giving up when things got too hard letting Puppycat finish them; and she even tries to be there to help and support Cardamon who get progressively more stressed out, at some point she evens goes into the water (which she hates) to retrieve her stuff from under the seas because it's causing damage to the island. And when she sees that Moully is being hurt by the warlocks and forced to try destroying the island, she doesn't hesitate to go to his rescue despite Puppycat's protests.
  • Cloud Cuckoolander: Bee has pretty quirky thought patterns, ranging from Unfazed Everyman reactions to the bizarre to her... unique approach to melee combat.
  • Embarrassing but Empowering Outfit: Bee's suit allows her to summon a sword, but she hates wearing it.
  • Genki Girl: A somewhat more realistic example.
  • Ghost in the Machine: The 2022 series shows more of her internal mechanisms, and there are some in her chest that are miniature beings who represent her emotions. She shows them to Crispin to demonstrate that she's a little sad, but mostly has confused feelings about their relationship.
  • Idiot Hair: To match her goofy and childish personality.
  • Jabba Table Manners: Eats in such a quick and messy way that most of the food ends around her mouth.
  • Let's Get Dangerous!: Seemingly the purpose of Bee's "emergency mode" when she's revealed to be a robot in "Donut." Bee sustaining damage to her arm results in her regressing to a mode where she saves Deckard's life and destroys the mutated Wishing Hole with silent efficiency Bee has never demonstrated previously in the series.
  • Limited Wardrobe: Averted; Bee has been shown to wear a variety of outfits, whether part of her job or not.
  • Loser Protagonist: From the moment we meet her, she states that she got fired from her latest job and couldn't afford to jaywalk. According to deleted dialogue from the PuppyCat-Storyboard'>pilot's storyboards, her job at the pet store was the third job she'd lost that week.
  • Magical Girl Warrior: Despite having access to some magical stuff thanks to PuppyCat, Bee is more into solving problems with a physical approach.
  • Never Got to Say Goodbye: Downplayed on both sides with Deckard at the end of Season 1. While she didn't see him off due to her Robotic Reveal, Deckard left a letter for his sister to give to the former.
  • No Indoor Voice: Whenever she's suitably alarmed or enraged.
  • Older Than They Look: Bee looks like she's in her 20s, but the 2022 Netflix series reveals that Bee has been her current age for a long time, as Cas refers to her at one point as a "weird old lady girl" and a flashback from Deckard reveals that she used to take care of him when he was a baby.
  • Really 700 Years Old: While the exact number isn't specified, Bee has been living for a long while in the 2022 Netflix series, to the point that an adult Cas refers to her in the first episode as a "weird old lady girl" and a flashback from Deckard reveals that she used to take care of him when he was a baby.
  • Ridiculously Human Robot: She's so human-like that almost nobody's able to tell the difference. The only thing that ever indicates she is a robot, outwardly, is her fear of water and the "emergency mode" she sometimes goes into.
  • Robotic Reveal: Episode 10 reveals that Bee is a robot when she tries to stop the kitchen planet's destruction.
  • Super-Strength: Immensely strong, but never uses it to make money outside of her temp work.
  • Symbolic Blood: Ribbons of various colors flow from slashing wounds in her wrist during a dream. This turns out to be true to life, as she's a robot and there are spools of said ribbons within her forearm.
  • Tears of Fear: Bee is so afraid of water that she teared up when she was almost forced to take a bath.
  • Unfazed Everyman: Is rarely affected by the weird stuff that keeps happening around her. Possibly justified as she isn't exactly "normal", being a robot and all.
  • The Unfettered: In "Donut", when her arm is torn and she goes into "emergency mode," she instantly shifts towards accomplishing her goals with terrifying efficiency. Thankfully, one of these goals is keeping Deckard out of harm.
  • Vague Age: The show never outright states how old she is and when Deckard asks her how old she is, she only tells him that she's "very old". Lazy in Space reveals that she's old enough to be considered a senior citizen by Cas.
  • Womanchild: Bee is kinda immature for her age and is unable to hold a job for long. That's not even getting to her Robotic Reveal, along with her being far older than she looks in Lazy in Space.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: In the original Web series, Bee is not a fan of water, refusing to wade out even a few feet in the ocean to reach PuppyCat in episode 3. Episode 4 shows she doesn't even like taking baths unless she has to. In the 2022 Netflix series, the fear is more Downplayed, and she mentions that her dad made sure to make her waterproof, but she still prefers not to get in unless she has to.

Voiced by: OLIVER, Steve Blum (True Form), John Henry Fisher (True Form, young)
Is the deuteragonist of Bee And Puppy Cat.
  • Accessory-Wearing Cartoon Animal: PuppyCat always wears his pink collar with a magical bell, and he also dons some pretty stylish Cool Shades for his April Fool's Day Q&A session.
  • Adaptational Nice Guy:
    • His elitist attitude from the Pilot episode and the original seriesnote  are absent in Lazy in Space.
    • In general, his relationship with Bee in Lazy in Space is far closer and filled with many Pet the Dog moments.
  • Amazing Technicolor Population: For him and the space princess, at least. His skin color is black, just like the silhouette had shown.
  • Ambiguously Bi: Has a whole backstory with the space princess but also seems to have a crush on or at least strong admiration for Pretty Patrick. He also appears to develop a crush on Wesley Wizard.
  • Badass Adorable: PuppyCat qualifies, thanks to his ability to incinerate monsters with his Breath Weapon, but he might take issue with being called adorable.
  • Big Ol' Eyebrows: As the space outlaw.
  • Breath Weapon: PuppyCat has one that's activated by cocking his tail. And, based on the huge gum bubble in "Farm", his breath is actually like that all the time.
  • Childhood Friends: With Violet. They ran away to space together which began his adventures as the space outlaw.
  • The Comically Serious: He's very calm and collected, if not a bit grouchy, and yet is always put through a large amount of slapstick.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: PuppyCat seems to have something to him, but what exactly it is remains unclear.
  • Equippable Ally: How Puppycat shoots his Breath Weapon.
  • Expy: Looks a little like Grumpy Cat. This may or may not have been intentional.
  • I Want to Be a Real Man: PuppyCat hates being called cute, and in "Food Farmer", he wanted a leather jacket that would "show how cool [he] is on the outside just like how [he is] on the inside."
  • Intelligible Unintelligible: It seems Bee is the only human able to understand what he says, for some reason, as PuppyCat talked to Deckard but he only heard his funny noises. However, when he says "Pretty Patrick", he says it in English.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Puppycat can be rather selfish and indifferent in some cases, but he is ultimately willing to aid Bee in need.
  • Kneel Before Zod: Puppycat orders a ladybug to bow to it.
    Puppycat: Hello Peon. Bow to me.
    Ladybug: Ummm... no... thank you.
    Puppycat: Why not?
  • Lack of Empathy: Despite implying that he babysat for Wallace (an unnamed baby head in Lazy in Space) often, PuppyCat isn't broken up at all upon killing him. It probably has to do with the fact that whatever was possessing Wallace/Baby Head tried to kill him just moments before.
  • Manchild: Back when he was a space outlaw, he was just as self-centered and bratty as he is today. He threatens to stick his feet in Violet's dinner when she annoys him and even openly mocks a toddler. Possibly Justified, given he ran away with Violet to live on a spaceship when they were children.
  • Mix-and-Match Critters: PuppyCat resembles a cross between a... you know what, just take a guess from his name.
  • Mon: This is sort of this mixed with Mentor Mascot.
  • Morphic Resonance: His bell resembles the end of the antennae he had in his true form, which is the only similarity he currently bears to it.
  • Narcissist: Played for Laughs, but he displays shades of this especially as the space outlaw, where he telks Violet to get out of his "beautiful face".
  • Not So Above It All: PuppyCat, surprisingly, likes "Pretty Patrick's Lunchtime", Bee's favorite show.
  • Perpetual Frowner: PuppyCat's mouth is always turned into a frown. Whether this is its natural shape or PuppyCat is perpetually grumpy is unclear.
  • Pretty Boy: Puppycat's true form is that of a handsome young man.
  • Ridiculously Cute Critter: He hates it if you call him one though.
  • Small Name, Big Ego: His establishing character moment is demanding that a ladybug bow to him and call said ladybug a peon.
  • Sugar-and-Ice Personality: He looks perpetually grumpy, and is fairly curt with Bee. However, when babysitting Wallace, the first thing he does is hop on top of Wallace and kiss his forehead because Wallace misses his mom. This seems to be a regular occurrence.
  • Synthetic Voice Actor: His vocals are provided by the Vocaloid, OLIVER.
  • Talking Animal: Although he can only speak in some alien language.
  • The Runaway: Ran away with Violet, Cardamon’s mother, as a child after determining that they were unwanted on their current planet. This is presumably how he became the space outlaw.
  • Used to Be a Sweet Kid: If the original flashback sequence was any indication, he was a fairly normal kid that took verbal abuse from his teacher constantly before Violet finally decided that it was enough. Becoming the space outlaw seemed to have changed him significantly, as he’d gone the rest of his youth without any parental figure to look after him.
  • Vocal Dissonance: In his true form he had a deep, gravelly voice despite being a young-looking Pretty Boy.
  • Was Once a Man: Implied at the end of the pilot episode, and confirmed in Lazy in Space.

Wizard Household

    In General 
  • Ambiguously Brown: The whole family has a medium-brown complexion, but no known ethnicity.
  • Ascended Extra: The other Wizard siblings, such as Howell, Tim, Crispin, Wesley, and Merlin get prominent screentime in Lazy in Space.
  • Childish Older Sibling: Cas, Howell, Tim, Crispin, Wesley, and Merlin are a great deal older than Deckard, who's possibly 18, but they each have plenty of moments that suggest their maturity level otherwise.
  • Hero of Another Story: All of the Wizard siblings are, possibly besides Deckard, above 18note , and you can expect to see them having their own adventures separating from Bee and Puppycat in Lazy in Space.
  • Massive Numbered Siblings: There are seven of them in total.
  • Shout-Out Theme Naming: All of the siblings are named after famous Wizards.
  • Vague Age: Their ages are never outright stated in the show (except for Howell who confirms that he turned 30 on his birthday), but from a family photo taken in order of oldest to youngest, it's confirmed that Merlin is the oldest, followed by Wesley, Crispin, Howell, Tim, Cas, and Deckard in that order.

    Deckard Wizard
Voiced by: Kent Osborne, Chikahiro Kobayashi (Japanese)

Bee's friend and neighbor. Works as a prep cook and is an aspiring chef. It also seems to have a slight speech impediment and a crush on Bee.

The only Wizard child without teal hair.

  • Adaptational Angst Upgrade: In the original Cartoon Hangover series, Deckard is hesitant to go to culinary school because he's overly protective of Bee and doesn't want to leave her by herself. In the Netflix series, he is heavily implied to have self-esteem issues that cause him to believe he's not good enough to be a professional chef.
  • The Baby of the Bunch: He's the youngest of the Wizard siblings and is sometimes coddled by his older siblings.
  • Book Dumb: He does fine in academic subjects, except the culinary school he's currently attending grades him on his baking skills, where his horrible baking lands him in the D to F range.
  • The Caretaker: To Bee. His sister calls him out for putting his future aside to mother Bee, and she's sure that if Bee found out, she'll feel bad for it.
  • Groin Attack: The victim of one from Bee, though it was a complete accident.
  • Implied Love Interest: He's seemingly set up to be one to Bee across the original series, though it's ambiguous if she reciprocates his feelings. Averted in Lazy in Space, as this trope goes to his older brother Crispin.
  • Jerkass to One: He's ruder to Cooking Prince than the other characters. Justified in that Cooking Prince spends the majority of their interactions negging him and refuses to read Deckard's clear discomfort with him.
  • Luminescent Blush: Deckard is very prone to blushing, especially around Bee.
  • Meaningful Name: Deckard's name is very coincidentally apt, considering Bee, his implied and potential love interest, turns out to be a robot. The Deckard of Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? or the one of Blade Runner could say the same.
  • Never Got to Say Goodbye: Downplayed on both sides with Bee at the end of Season 1. While Bee didn't see him off due to her Robotic Reveal, Deckard left a letter for his sister to give to the former.
  • Nice Guy: Makes Bee a casserole/lasagna/an omelet (in the Netflix remake) for her after hearing she lost her job.
  • Put on a Bus: Goes off to culinary school at the end of the original series. In the 2022 Netflix adaptation, however, he does show up at certain points before deciding to head back home in the Season Finale.
  • Speech Impediment: Appears to have a slight one.
  • Unfazed Everyman: While he is understandably panicked at first when Bee accidentally teleports him along for a temp job in the season finale, he also does quickly calm down and goes along with it. His reaction to seeing Bee's broken arm is more surprise than being scared or unnerved by the sight.

    Castaspella "Cas"/"Cass" Wizard
Voiced by: Ashly Burch, Touchi Mariko (Japanese)

  • Adaptation Deviation: In the 2014 comics, Cas is shown to be have been a popular local wrestler and it's implied she reluctantly retired to do more profitable work. In the Netflix remake, she's shown to have been a failure as a wrestler, refusing to fight anyone because she thought her opponents were too "gross" to touch.
  • Adaptational Wimp: Subverted in Lazy in Space, as Cas' failure at being a wrestler has more to do with her opponents' bodies being too "gross" to touch.
  • Ambiguously Bi: An online colleague claims Cas is secretly in love with Toast. In a later episode, she accidentally kisses a bird, and later refers to it as a boyfriend.
  • Brutal Honesty: Cas tends to speak her mind. She lets Deckard know she thinks he's avoiding a shot at success because he's too busy mothering Bee, that she finds Bee's inability to grow up weird, and that she only does her programming job because it pays wellinvoked.
  • Cool Big Sis: To Deckard. They have a good relationship and often have playful fights.
  • Curtains Match the Windows: Cas has teal eyes and hair.
  • Embarrassing First Name: "Cas" is short for "Castaspella," which she doesn’t seem fond of. Using the full version is one of the ways Toast likes to needle her.
  • Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: Appears to be the more responsible sibling to Deckard's foolishness. She, at least outwardly, knows what she wants out of life while Deckard still shuffled between his feelings for Bee and his acceptance letter.
  • Hates Being Touched: Inverted. The main reason failed as a wrestler is because she believed her opponents' bodies were "gross" and refused to touch them during matches. The only person she could beat was Toast since she could get her to accidentally knock herself out without needing to touch her. After Toast managed to turn the tables and trick her into letting her beat her in their league placement test, Cas lost her ambition to continue wrestling.
  • Inconsistent Spelling: The YouTube series originally spelled her name as "Cass", as in "Cassandra". The Netflix series revises it to conform to the spelling of "Castaspella".
  • Jerkass: During her wrestling days, she managed to get everyone in the league aside from Toast to hate her likely due to making passive-aggressive comments about how gross she thought everyone's bodies were.
  • Only Sane Man: She is the only person to point out the weird happenings involving Bee, such as the fact that Bee hasn't aged since they were young, that she keeps food in the bathroom, and has alien friends.
  • Resentful Outnumbered Sibling: Averted Trope, as despite being the only girl among seven siblings she doesn't appear to mind at all, likely due in part to her tomboyish personality.
  • Selective Obliviousness: She revealed to Tim that she actually likes Toast, despite being otherwise annoyed with her. It's suggested, per a comment from one of her colleagues online in her chat room "tha Program Zone", that Cas actually has romantic feelings for Toast, but pretends to hate her. Toast looks at it and is floored by the revelation.
  • Tomboy with a Girly Streak: Cas is a tomboyish girl and former wrestler who has her moments of femininity in Lazy in Space, such as trying out all the face masks she hoarded for her day off.
  • Tsundere: Inverted: she's actually very chill around most people, but reacts negatively to Toast's presence. Conversed with her online colleague when they mock her for her online demeanor:
    Chat: If you wanna fight so bad, go fight that pregnant lady that you love that you pretend to hate.
  • Wrestler in All of Us: Cas is a former wrestler and she easily applies a leg grab on Deckard.

    Howell Wizard
Voiced by: Kumail Nanjiani, Yuta Kaki Oda (Japanese)

  • Animation Bump: In season 2, the animation notably gets a bit smoother whenever there's a close-up of him.
  • Attention Whore: Theorizes that one of the reasons he opened a cafe despite the fact neither he nor any of his brothers knew how to cook is because he wanted attention.
  • Camp: Speaks with a lisp and is very flamboyant and feminine.
  • Expy: Unlike the other brothers who only share their names with famous wizards, he's very similar to Howell Jenkins from Howl's Moving Castle in terms of characterization, as they're both flamboyant, vain Gentleman Snarkers who become excessively distraught at minor changes in their appearances.
  • First Gray Hair: Gets one in his birthday episode.
  • Gentleman Snarker: Passive-aggressively snarks at Bee throughout episode 5 as he takes her order.
  • Hidden Depths: Comes off as a bit of a narcissist and an Attention Whore (something he admits to) due to how into himself he is, but he's very insecure about the fact that he's aging as seen in his birthday episode, which fuels this behavior.
  • Kindhearted Cat Lover: He owns a cat cafe and likes to dote on the feline residents.
  • Lethal Chef: Owns a cat cafe with zero knowledge of how to cook anything that even looks edible. Even Bee thinks his food looks and tastes disgusting.
  • Nice Guy: Despite his constant snarking at Bee, he's nice beneath it all and enjoys talking to her.
  • Older Than They Look: Confirmed to be 30 in his birthday episode but looks the same age as his siblings.

    Crispin Wizard
Voiced by: Tom Sandoval, Kousuke Okamoto (Japanese)

  • Age-Gap Romance: Possibly had this with Bee in Lazy in Space. Since he's older than his 30-year-old turned younger brother, Howell, while Bee is Really 700 Years Old.
  • Birthday Hater: Since he ran away over a forgotten birthday, his siblings tend to make a big deal out of it. As Crispin hates feeling like an obligation still feels embarrassed about the whole thing, their surprise party plans end poorly.
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: He’s a pretty good mechanic who runs his own shop, but there’s a bit of a catch: anything he works on becomes a canvas for his “art.” Expect it to come back with a clown-themed paint job and confetti shooting from the tailpipe.
  • Circus Brat: Formerly. He spent twelve years living with a circus, hence his obsession with Non Ironic Clowns.
  • Composite Character: He takes up Deckard's status as an Implied Love Interest to Bee in Lazy in Space.
  • Family of Choice: Even after coming back home and reconciling his bond with the Wizard Family from his decade-long stay in the circus, Crispin still misses the second family bond he had with its members.
  • Implied Love Interest: Serves as this for Bee in Lazy in Space due to their Ship Tease. It's also implied that they used to date given the pictures of them together on his phone.
  • Manchild: He's the third oldest sibling of the Wizard family, with the middle sibling Howell turning 30-years-old, but his maturity is that of a late teen or early young adult.
  • Older Than They Look: While his exact age is never outright stated, he's the third oldest sibling after Merlin and Wesley, and older than Howell, the middle child, who turned 30 in the episode "Golden Eyes". Despite this, he still has the look, build, and maturity of a late teen or early young adult.
  • The Runaway: His entire family, including his parents, forgot his birthday one year when he was a kid, so he ran off to join the circus for over a decade.
  • Ship Tease: With Bee in the episode "Two Clown Noses". It's implied that the two used to date when they were roommates and that Crispin may still have feelings for her.

    Tim Wizard
Voiced by: Freddie Wong, Keita Tada (Japanese)

  • The Quiet One: Excluding his first appearance in the finale of the first seasonnote , Tim is the only one of the Wizard siblings to not have a single spoken line of dialogue.
  • Secret Secret-Keeper: He has a big book of everyone's secrets, including the fact that Merlin never finished medical school and Cas liking Toast.

    Wesley Wizard
Voiced by: Arin Hanson, Toshiki Iwasawa (Japanese)

  • Alliterative Name: Wesley Wizard.
  • Inexplicably Awesome: No matter what happens around him, it will somehow make him look cooler. Even seagull poop landing on his shoulder winds up forming the shape of a skull.

    Merlin Wizard
Voiced by: Doug Smith, Keiichi Nakagawa (Japanese)

  • Amazon Chaser: Implies to have shades of this for Toast, possibly in a variation of Like Parent, Like Spouse.
  • Babies Ever After: One of the final shots of the Lazy in Space's Season Finale is Merlin holding the twin babies he had with Toast.
  • Dark Secret: Tim's book of secrets revealed that Merlin never told his family that he didn't finish medical school.
  • Exact Words: He did go to medical school and became a doctor as his current occupation, much to his siblings' usual assumptions and his agreement, except he never graduated.
  • Happily Married: Toast describes him as her "unwed" husband and they're shown to be happy together.
  • Older Than They Look: Averted. He's the eldest of the seven Wizard siblings and has to either be or be close to middle age due to Howell turning 30 in the episode "Golden Eyes." With that in mind, he's about as close as the art style can get to him looking the part compared to the rest of the elder siblings, who all resemble young adults.
  • Opposites Attract: He's more easygoing and intellectual compared to the Hotblooded Blood Knight Toast, yet they are both attracted to each other.
  • Smart People Wear Glasses: The only sibling of the Wizard Family to wear glasses, and he's a doctor, even though he hadn't finished medical school.
  • Sure, Let's Go with That: Whenever his siblings bring up his time in medical school, Merlin goes along with their assumption that he graduated before leaving the scene when in truth, he never did.


Voiced by: Alexander Rodriguez, Yuki Sakurai (Japanese)

Bee's landlord, who also happens to be a kid.

  • Adorably Precocious Child: He is Bee's landlord, and also has some knowledge of plumbing, despite still being in elementary school. But as seen in Episode 9, he does seem to have some sense of naivety still being a child, believing in the idea a prince will wake his mother up.
    • Subverted in episode 10 of the Netflix series. Upon his house being overrun with his mother's magical tears, he breaks down in front of Bee, asking why is he, a kid, being the one that has to deal with all of that, and why no adult realizes that this sudden burst of blobs is strange or offers to help.
  • Ambiguous Situation: According to Violet in the final episode of season 2 he was supposed to be asleep alongside her but was woken up somehow.
  • British Stuffiness: He has a British accent, and despite being a kid he has a very deadpan and no-nonsense attitude towards everything.
  • Brutal Honesty: He bluntly calls PuppyCat fat while patting his belly.
  • The Comically Serious: Cardamon is one of the few really serious characters in this very quirky show, and his deadpan reactions to everything around him are hilarious.
  • Deep Sleep: Is put back to sleep alongside his mother in the final episode of season 2.
  • Disappeared Dad: There isn't a single sign of where Cardamon's father is, if he even has one.
  • Jerkass: He's not a very nice landlord as his go-to threat for everything is raising the occupant's rent, regardless of what minor infraction they caused and despite knowing that Bee can barely support herself with her constantly losing jobs. Puppycat not wanting to marry Sticky? Raise rent. Bee clogging the toilet by storing cans in it? Raise rent. Toast getting pregnant? Raise rent. Except, in that case, it's implied he'll go through with it.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: While he acts a little douche-y towards Bee, he fixes her toilet out of duty and even records "Pretty Patrick's Lunchtime" special episode for her. Though he accidentally spoiled the reveal of Pretty Patrick's favorite food in his letter.
  • Missing Mom: it's heavily Implied that his mother is either recently deceased or very ill. Episode 9 confirms she appears to be in a coma with no signs of waking up.
  • Perpetual Frowner: He's never seen smiling.
  • Pint-Sized Kid: Is barely any bigger than his dog, Sticky.
  • The Stoic: Keeps a straight face.
  • The Stool Pigeon: Learns how to “tattle” in season two.
  • Shipper on Deck: He tries to get Sticky and PuppyCat together, even hosting a wedding for them.
  • Vocal Dissonance: Bafflingly in the Netflix show's first three episodes, which are rebooted versions of the original pilot and web series, his voice is much deeper than it was in the original web series despite him still retaining the appearance of a small child. This is because in the time that it took to make those remakes, (they were made in 2021 compared to the rest of the series's 2019 production), the original voice actor, who still plays Cardamon in those remakes, had aged up quite a bit. In the rest of Lazy in Space from episode 4 onwards, his voice returns to sounding appropriately child-like again.
  • Young and in Charge: Now that his mom is "unavailable", he's the building's landlord now. But as the rest of the series goes on, Cardamon rightfully becomes frustrated at this as no one else seems even mildly concerned that a boy as young as he is now has to deal with adult responisblities while his mother is left in a coma with no signs of waking up and he is effectively alone since his father doesn't seem to even exist in his life.

Voiced by: Jennifer Tilly, Juliet Donenfeld (young)

Cardamon's mother, who appears to be in a deep slumber and has ties to Puppycat and Bee as it's later revealed.

  • Ambiguously Brown: Not initially, likely due to the lighting in the room while she was comatose, however, her younger appearance as well as her appearance after she wakes up shows that her skin is much darker in shade than her son's.
  • Connected All Along: Was Childhood Friends with the space outlaw, and accompanied him on his adventures as an active participant. We also learn that she knows Bee's father, Bird and more importantly, that he is alive and that they must find him.
  • Deep Sleep: It's implied in season 1 that she's been asleep for quite a while, though it's never specified how long. She wakes up in season 2 to assist Bee and Puppycat on their mission, but she goes back to sleep in the season finale along with Cardamon as they prepare for their next journey.
  • The Runaway: She and the space outlaw together were this as children. They ran away after deciding that they were unwanted on their current planet using a spaceship that they accidentally activated.
  • Used to Be a Tomboy: Implied to have been as a child in the flashback sequences.

    Pretty Patrick
Voiced by: Patrick Seery

The titular character of Bee's favorite show, "Pretty Patrick Lunchtime". Every episode features Patrick eating a different food for lunch and offering it to the audience.

  • Fake Interactivity: In-Universe. His show consists of Patrick asking the audience questions as if he was having a conversation with them, all while having lunch. Bee, as a huge fan, always goes along with him. As revealled in Lazy in Space, some of this may come from the show existing because of his constiuents wanting to spend time with him.
  • Ink-Suit Actor: Looks just like his voice actor, Patrick Seery.
  • New Content Countdown Clock: Episodes 3 and 4 have a marathon counting down to the reveal of Pretty Patrick's Favorite Food.
  • Nice Guy: He's a pretty personable and amiable fellow. He doesn't even get mad at Puppycat robbing him or a man accidentally swallowing his wallet.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Mashed potatoes.
  • Universally Beloved Leader: Season 2 reveals that he's actually the mayor and that his show is the result of him being so popular with his constituents that they all want to spend time with him by watching him on TV.


A dog that somehow ends up in the constant care and company of Cardamon.

Voiced by: Doug Smith

Bee's father who has been missing for a few years.

Voiced by: Terri Hawkes, Nikerai Faranase (Japanese)

  • Accidental Misnaming: Played for Laughs. She calls the father of her child "Marvin" instead of Merlin.
  • Ambiguously Bi: During her ranting, she mentions an ex-wife. She's also obsessed with her rivalry with Cas to the point where it comes off as if she has a crush on her. Despite this, she gets together with Merlin and seems to be happy with him, even becoming pregnant in episode 4.
  • Babies Ever After: The Season Finale of Lazy in Space ends with a shot of Toast and Merlin with their twin babies.
  • The Baby Trap: A variant where the father isn't the trapped party—the Netflix version added scenes showing that she planned to somehow tie herself to one of the Wizard brothers, thereby forcing Cas to let her stay with her forever.
    Toast: Which one of you hideous men will help me secure permanent revenge, room, and board?
  • Blood Knight: Despite her incompetence, her main interest is fighting against powerful opponents.
  • Boisterous Weakling: She is not weak, but is a clumsy and incompetent fighter. She makes an absurd amount of effort to pick a fight with the one person she thinks she can beat.
  • Determinator: She may be horribly bad and clumsy at wrestling, but this woman always gives it her all.
  • Dynamic Entry: She shows up at Cas and Deckard's place by coming through their wall. She does this almost every time she shows up until she gets pregnant, that is. And even afterward.
  • Happily Married: Describes Merlin as her "unwed" husband and they appear to be happy together.
  • High Hopes, Zero Talent: Despite her enthusiasm towards wrestling, she sits at the bottom of her league's rankings. Her fighting style is so clumsy that whenever she misses a blow she accidentally manages to hit herself instead.
  • Hotblooded: Is always excitable and looking to fight Cas for any chance she gets.
  • Large Ham: She doesn't seem to have a speaking volume lower than "loud."
  • Leg Focus: The camera scenes aren't afraid to focus on her legs, especially since she's always seen in her wrestling leotard.
  • Oh, Crap!: Played for Laughs in Lazy in Space, where she gets this expression when secretly reading a text from Cas' online colleague claiming that Cas is secretly in love with her.
  • Older Than They Look: She looks a bit older than Cas Wizard, but Toast mentioning an ex-wife implicates she is much older than that, especially with her romance with Merlin Wizard.
  • Pregnant Badass: Gets pregnant by Merlin in episode 4 of the Netflix adaptation and is still capable of fighting, albeit badly.
  • The Resenter: As the eleventh-ranked wrestler out of twelve (with Cas as number twelve), Cas quitting put her in last place, which she's less than thrilled about.
  • The Rival: Considers Cas to be one due to Cas being the last ranked fighter out of twelve while she's the eleventh. Their rivalry is largely one-sided as Cas sees her as nothing more than a loud nuisance.
  • Single Woman Seeks Good Man: While she only intends for Merlin, or any of Cass' brothers, to impregnate her so she can stay with Cas forever, Toast does fall in love with him for his easy-going and supportive personality.
  • Small Name, Big Ego: Her whole shtick as a character is thinking that she's a better fighter than she is.
  • Wounded Gazelle Gambit: Right before their league placement match, Toast sobbed to Cas about not being able to land a blow on her in any of their fights, causing her to let Toast beat her in their fight. Upon winning, Toast gleefully reveals that she faked her sadness to get Cas to take a dive.

    Cooking Prince
Voiced by: Robbie Daymond

  • Ambiguously Bi: The first cameo we see of him at Deckard's school is him flirting with a girl, but the final episode implies that he may have an interest in Deckard as he chases him down for his name, to the point of following him back home to get it. He also spends the majority of their interactions negging him.
  • Ambiguous Innocence: It's hard to tell if he realizes that his bluntness and stalking are annoying Deckard.
  • Big Man on Campus: He's the top baker in the culinary school and is rather popular.
  • Brutal Honesty: Doesn't hold back on anything he says.
  • Camp Straight: Has a feminine way of speaking and carries a coin purse along with his wallet. The "straight" part may be questionable if one takes into consideration his interactions with Deckard.
  • Determinator: He was determined to get Deckard's name and even followed him home on the train for it. Humorously, he's mildly disappointed when Deckard finally tells him as he doesn't think it suits him.
  • Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep": Introduces himself as "Cooking Prince", the title he obtained due to being the top baker at their school. He never tells Deckard his real name.
  • Last Episode, New Character: He's only properly introduced as a character in the second season's finale.
  • Lovable Alpha Bitch: He seems to be a Big Man on Campus and is implied to be wealthy due to his large coin pouch, but is otherwise a downplayed Nice Guy.
  • Nice Guy: Downplayed Trope. He spends the majority of his interactions with Deckard seemingly innocently negging him but offers to help him study for the final exam.
  • Stalker without a Crush: Or potentially Stalker with a Crush depending on how you interpret his actions. He won't leave Deckard alone until he gets his name and eventually follows him all the way home by train to get it.
  • Unfazed Every Man: Averted Trope, as he's the only other character in the show to point out the weird happenings in the final episode, to Cas' delight. That said, his reaction was pretty subdued.
  • Youthful Freckles: Is a young adult like Deckard and has freckled cheeks.


Voiced by: Marina Sirtis (Pilot), Hannah Hart (Episode 2), Roz Ryan (Episode 4), Ellen McLain (Episode 6), Joan Koplan (Episode 9), Lean Jungwirth (Netflix Episode 1), Kathy Najimy (Netflix Episode 2), Terri Hawkes (Netflix Episodes 3, 5, 14), Suzanne Berhow (Netflix Episode 4), Diana Garnet (Netflix Episode 9), Maile Flanagan (Netflix Episode 10), Alison Cowles (Netflix Episode 11), Natasha Allegri (Netflix Episode 12), Emilia Sheldon (Netflix Episode 13)

  • Adaptational Nice Guy: While still friendly, Temp-Bot was much more robotic in tone and personality in the pilot, even attempting to incinerate Bee because she thought she was an intruder. However, she seems a lot more cheerful and sociable in the series and less likely to burn our Heroine... until her appearance in episode 9, anyway, though that may be due to her glitching at the time.
  • Ambiguous Gender: Tempbot is just a big square box with no secondary sexual characteristics. Despite being voiced by women in both the pilot and series, her gender was unknown until she was confirmed as a female in Episode 03.
  • Animate Inanimate Object: A giant TV screen with wings and a face.
  • Benevolent A.I.: Is overall a very friendly and cheerful computer, just be sure you're an authorized guest... Or at least made into one.
  • Cargo Ship: Falls in love with Bee's cell phone.
  • Casting Gag: Almost always has one to reference her voice actress of the episode:
    • Her Episode 4 voice is more of a doting mother figure and calls Bee and PuppyCat "flapjacks."
    • Her actress in Episode 6 is a slightly more friendly GLaDOS. She's more sarcastic to Bee (and notably not to PuppyCat) and offers to send them into a game world, even promising cake. Her voice is more robotic and stoic here as well.
  • Cute Machines: Complete with little angel wings.
  • Identical Stranger: Each time Bee and Puppycat go to Temp-Bot for a job assignment, it's never the same one due to multiple other Temp-Bots being networked to share information between them.
  • Mission Control: For PuppyCat. She assigns all of the latter's jobs, provides warp transport, and assigns payment when done.
  • Mission Control Is Off Its Meds: In the season finale. It stops when Bee tells her to cut it out, though.
  • The Other Darrin: Invoked; her voice actress changes in every appearance she makes. Justified as there are multiple temp bots who are all networked to share information between them.

Voiced by: Frank Gibson

  • Adaptation Origin Connection: In Lazy in Space, he was part of the space outlaw's crew, with an unnamed baby head taking his original role as Starter Villain.
  • The Eeyore: Well, as Bee says, he's sooo sad.
  • Killed Off for Real: When PuppyCat delivers the final blow to the Eldritch Abomination possessing him, his body is vaporized with it.
  • Momma's Boy: Evidently, he loves his mother enough to cry rivers of tears when she leaves the home for whatever reason.
  • Phrase Catcher: "He's so sad."
  • Starter Villain: He's actually the first monster Bee and PuppyCat fight.
  • Wangst: In-universe. He cries about how his mom's been "gone forever", only for PuppyCat to comment that she's only been gone for two minutes and will probably be back in ten.
  • Wham Line: Provides one after PuppyCat's story:
    Wallace: That's your ending? That's awful! And very... (grows sharp fangs and eyes start glowing red) iNTeReSTinG!

    The Farmer
Voiced by: Stephen Root

  • Adapted Out: He doesn't appear in Lazy in Space due to Compressed Adaptation.
  • Adaptational Species Change: A variation. While he doesn't appear in Lazy in Space, the giant cherry that he would trick temp workers into touching it is reimagined as a sentient creature that would devour those who get near it.
  • Affably Evil: Is calm and polite, despite the fact that he's planning on using Bee's soul as fertilizer for his animals and is shown to have done the same to others.
  • Blue-and-Orange Morality: He has great empathy for his animals, but doesn't care what happens to those whose souls ended up being used as fertilizer.
  • Creepy Monotone: How he talks.
  • Just Desserts: His animals nonchalantly eat him (and each other) alive while he monologues.
  • Monster of the Week: Of episode two.
  • Obliviously Evil: He doesn't seem to know how awful his actions are.
  • Powered by a Forsaken Child: The "fertilizer" for his crops is human souls.
  • Purple Prose: He can sound very poetic sometimes.
  • The Stoic: Shows very little emotion. The most we get to see is a concern for his animals, fearing that Bee and PuppyCat might hurt them for his actions.

Voiced by: Garret Jackson

A crab who has a fondness for... erhm... cleavage.

  • Butt-Monkey: Constantly shut down by Bee and PuppyCat for his cleavage obsession.
  • Demoted to Extra: The Lazy in Space series omits him from the three episodes serving as a recap of the original web series with the exception of depicting him in the title card to the second recap episode "Who Would Want This?"
  • Fetish: Can you guess?
  • Covert Pervert: Who would've expected such a cute crab to have such an obsession with cleavage? Thankfully he has no interest in our protagonist's cleavage. PuppyCat on the other hand....
  • Lovable Sex Maniac: Zigzagged, none of the characters like him at all and he doesn't seem interested in sex itself, just the shape of cleavage in any form.
  • Phrase Catcher: "Cleavage, Dude?"
  • Talking Animal: A talking crab.

Voiced by: Liam MacKay

A gigantic friendly baker who makes cosmic pastries.

  • Blush Sticker: They're flowers!
  • The Bus Came Back: In Season 2.
  • The Dragon: In the finale of season two, the warlocks forcibly take over his body and send him to Earth to find and kidnap Puppycat, using his physical body as a proxy to use his brute strength to their advantage, since their attempts to just grab him weren't working.
  • Gentle Giant: He has a very warm, encouraging personality and handles smaller creatures with great care. Even his appearance is cuddly, like a giant plush toy.
  • Nice Guy: He's nothing but friendly throughout his appearance.
  • Our Giants Are Bigger: He's large enough for a fully grown human to sit comfortably in the palm of his hand.
  • Super-Strength: As his size would imply. A casual thump on the countertop shakes the kitchen. The warlocks later exploit this strength. However, he's not as strong as Bee, much to his own astonishment.
  • Take Our Word for It: The boss says he's "crazy." But he doesn't show any signs of insanity whatsoever.

    The Space Princess 

A princess from space.

  • Amazing Technicolor Population: Like the space outlaw, her skin is pitch black in contrast to her white hair.
  • Ambiguous Situation: Since we only see things from Puppycat's point-of-view, it's not clear if she willingly betrayed the space outlaw or if her secret relationship was discovered by her father, leading to her being captive. And given the space outlaw's Manchild tendencies, it's very likely his views of love are skewed, leading to his potential relationship with the space princess not lasting very long.
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: Maybe. She was in love with the space outlaw and they made plans to run away together, but it turned out to be a trap to capture him.
  • Defecting for Love: Maybe subverted. She and the space outlaw planned to meet up in a meadow to run away so they could be together, only for it to turn out to be a trap set by the princess, resulting in the warlocks transforming the space outlaw into a monster in their attempt to capture him.
  • The Ghost: She's mentioned and seen in flashbacks as a silhouette, but is never even heard to speak.
  • Uptown Girl: If you believe that she did fall in love with the space outlaw, then she plays this trope straight.

    The Space Warlocks (Unmarked spoilers) 
Voiced by: Eric Bauza (Warlock R), Stephen Root (Warlock G), Efrain Farias (Warlock B), Natalie Wynn (Warlock W)

A group of space warlocks who serve the Space King. They're currently hunting down the Space Outlaw, who's stuck in the form of Puppycat.

  • Alien Blood: Warlock R (and possibly the other three) possesses multi-colored blood.
  • All There in the Manual: Aside from Warlock B (though it's an easy-to-miss mention), their names are only stated in the captions and credits.
  • An Arm and a Leg: Warlock R gets his left arm severed by Bee in "Why Don't You Help Me", with his (and G's) right arm following suit in "I Won't Leave You Alone".
  • Body Motifs: Hands. They send many tentacles of hands throughout space to catch Puppycat, and their arrangement makes them resemble fingers on a larger hand.
  • Big Bad Duumvirate: A group of four (formerly five) warlocks who serve as an an antagonistic force.
  • Big Ol' Eyebrows: G's brows are noticably thicker compared to his colleagues (and they're multi-colored, to boot!)
  • Chromatic Arrangement: Besides Warlock W, three of the warlocks follow the pattern of Red, Green, and Blue, respectively.
  • Dead Guy on Display: The corpse of a fifth warlock note  can be seen alongside the remaining four, who haven't exactly gotten around to disposing of it.
  • Exotic Eye Designs: Warlock W has red-green irises with blue pupils.
  • Fingore: Warlock G gets one of his fingers severed in "My Favorite".
  • The Ghost: The first-gen warlocks (i.e the fathers of the current lineup) are mentioned and seen in flashbacks as silhouettes, but are never even heard to speak.
  • Hates Being Touched: Warlock G in particular gets uncomfortable at the idea of his hands touching the others', and vice versa.
  • Light Is Not Good: Though they manifested as black hands, their actual bodies are white and they have a strong rainbow motif.
  • Nepotism: They're stated to have gotten their positions from their fathers, and aren't allowed to quit until they manage to capture Puppycat.
  • Nothing Personal: They don't have any bones to pick with Puppycat, but have to pursue him on orders of the Space King and fulfilling the expectations of their families.
  • Not-So-Harmless Villain: The Warlocks are inept doofuses who are better at bickering with each other than they are at actually doing their jobs. That said, they do effectively manage to possess Moully, which gets them closer to victory than any other time in the series.
  • People Puppets: Demonstrated in "I Won't Leave You Alone". Some time after Moully appears in their domain, the Warlocks proceed to take control of his body by stuffing their hands into his face holes, puppeteering him from within.
  • Perpetual Frowner: Warlock G. Aside from one instance in Episode 9, he's rarely shown without a frown.
  • Portal Pool: Besides making the Warlocks' limbs stretchy, the goo pool also acts as a portal across space.
  • Rubber Man: They surround a pool of black goo, which can make any body part placed in it (such as a hand) stretch to seemingly infinite lengths.
  • Sir Swears-a-Lot: Warlock G notably drops a few F Bombs more than any other character in the series. That is to say, he is the only one to do so. Warlock W only thought of dropping one when he questioned why he wasn't invited.
  • Stupid Evil: The current generation of warlocks who are hunting down Puppycat turn out to be pretty terrible at their jobs. They only inherited their jobs from their fathers, don't seem to really do anything other than sit around and argue with each other, and even when they are doing their jobs, they just blindly stick their hands into the goo and hope for the best, meaning that they never capture Puppycat and only succeed in destroying and damaging planets and making themselves look like idiots.
  • Punch-Clock Villain: The current generation is the descendants of the original warlocks going after Puppycat. They couldn't give less of a damn about the whole situation, they just want to wrap up their parents' jobs.
  • Unskilled, but Strong: The pool of black goo essentially gives them Rubber Man powers that allow them to stretch to seemingly infinite lengths to destroy planets, along with it allowing them to go anywhere in the galaxies. Yet, they place zero effort in pursuing Puppycat as they just stick their hands in the pool and hope that their arms will catch him, wherever they may end up.
  • Upper-Class Twit: Considering that their fathers serve the Space King as his warlocks, the current generation shows shades of this as they only got the jobs due to Nepotism. In fact, they would rather do their own things than help bring in a potentially dangerous outlaw, and also show a complete lack of empathy or care for the collateral damage they're causing in their blind attempts to find Puppycat. Their apathy also extends to each other, as seen with the fifth warlock who got killed by Bee; the rest don't bother to move the dead body and give it a proper burial, nor are they in any hurry to do so.
  • Voice of the Legion: Warlock W's voice has a noticeable, multi-tonal cadence to it.