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The main antagonist and crew

    Chip Whistler 

    Wholesome Greg and Wholesome Rose
Voiced by: Shane Houghton (Greg)

Chip Whistler's former henchmen.

  • Affably Evil: They're Chip's henchmen and go along with his schemes of ruining the Green's family reputation, but they're actually friendly with the Greens whenever Chip is not around.
  • Captain Obvious: Greg can have his moments.
    Chip Whistler: Oh, you won't get away that easy.
    Wholesome Greg: Yeah, they will. Look. See, there they go. (Chip starts to get annoyed) Pretty easy. Also, are we being paid over time for this?
    Chip Whistler: Not a good time, Greg!
  • Mooks: Chip's henchmen, obviously. Until he fired them in "Chipwrecked".
  • Punch-Clock Villains: As "The Gifted" shows us. They're only "villains", whenever they're following Chip's schemes. Whenever he's not working in a scheme, they're fairly polite with everyone.
  • Sarcastic Devotee: They're loyal to Chip, but they have no qualms in making fun of him or ridiculize him.
  • Put on a Bus: They are fired in "Chipwrecked" and replaced with a bouncer squad.
  • Servile Snarker: Variation. Despite being Chip Whistler mooks, they have no respect for him and outright make fun of him and ignore his threats that he could fire them, like "Reckoning Ball" shows us.
  • Shout-Out: A man named Greg and a woman named Rose... doesn't it sound like a certain duo of parents?
  • Silent Partner: Rose is this to Greg.
  • Sycophantic Servant: They seem to be willing to do whatever Chip asks them to.
  • The Voiceless: Rose has yet to say a single word in the series.
  • Throw the Dog a Bone: According to Chris Houghton, Rose and Greg are having the best time that probably that has happened in their lives after Chip Whistler fired them and are doing 100% better without him.
  • Worth It: Implied, anytime they make fun of Chip or don't respect him, they behave like this, even laughing at his face whenever he threatens them with firing them. At least until he fires them for real in "Chipwrecked".

    Chip's Bouncer Squad 
After Chip fired Wholesome Greg and Wholesome Rose, Chip hired a group of bouncers to replace them and help him to defeat the Green Family.

Season 1 antagonists

Voiced by: Jorge Diaz

A bratty poolgoer who teases Cricket.

    Ted the Waiter
The Waiter of Sea Fusïon
Voiced by: Jim Rash

A sly waiter at Sea Fusïon.

  • All There in the Manual: In his only appearance he's unnamed but according to a tweet, his name is actually "Ted".
  • Asshole Victim: He's victim of Cricket, Tilly and Alice's antics when they accidentally break the tank and flood the restaurant, causing him to be dragged by the water towards the ocean, but considering how he treated Bill and his family he really saw that coming.
  • Berserk Button: He shows some:
    • Insulting the food from his restaurant, specially if comes from a countryman like Bill.
    • Being called out by countrymen like Bill.
  • Can't Take Criticism: He really got angry when Bill called him out for how he treated him and his family through the episode.
  • Cassandra Truth: Refuses to believe that the Greens are "locals" from Big City, judging them for their appeareances.
  • Fantastic Slur: He calls the Bill and his family "bumpkins", when Bill call him out by his treatment. He also spends the whole episode calling Bill a "tourist", because he belives that he and his family don't belong to Big City.
  • Faux Affably Evil: Acts like a gracious and hospitable waiter, but he practically bullies the Greens, specially Bill, because they're not "locals" of Big City and delights himself in seeing Bill eating the food that "locals" eat.
  • Flaw Exploitation: He is aware that Bill wants to fit in in Big City and he exploits this for his amusement.
  • For the Evulz: Everything regarding his treatemnt of Bill, seems to be this.
  • Four Eyes, Zero Soul: He wears glasses and delights himself calling Bill a "tourist" and watching him stuffing himself with the food, only to prove he's a local from Big City.
  • I Shall Taunt You: He constantly taunts Bill because he thinks he's a tourist, like when he failed in using chopsticks to eat sushi.
  • It Amused Me: He delights himself in watching Bill struggling in eating the food that locals ask.
  • Jerkass: He looks down at the Greens (specially Bill) for their country origins and refuses to belive they live in Big City and takes a lot of amusement seeing Bill eating the disgusting food the "locals" ask only to prove he belongs to Big City. He's conceited and pretentious and doesn't take it well when Bill gets fed up with how he treats him and his family and calls Bill and his family "bumpkins" in his face.
  • Jerkass Has a Point: Yes, he's a jerk who discriminates the Green family, because he thinks they're not locals, but he has all the right of calling Cricket and Tilly for trying to free all of the the octopi at his restaurant.
  • Jerkass to One: He seems to get along with his co-workers and other customers, but he really acts like a total jerk with the Green family, specially Bill.
  • Kick the Dog: Treating Bill like he doesn't belong in Big City during the entire episode and provoking him into stuffing himself with the food locals ask, for his amusement.
  • Laser-Guided Karma: After spending the entire episode treating Bill and his family like they don't belong to Big City and even calling them "bumpkins" in Bill's face, he's called out by Bill and when the tank gets broken he's dragged by the current towards the ocean, it's unknown if he survived, considering he can't swim.
  • Lean and Mean: He has a thin body shape and is a big jerk.
  • Manipulative Bastard: Is aware that Bill is from the country and wants to fit in Big City, so he tricks him into ordering the food that locals ask, which Bill considers disgusting.
  • Mood-Swinger: His voice commonly changes between friendly to hostile at many points and vice-versa.
  • No Name Given: He's unnamed in the episode, but according to a tweet, his name is "Ted".
  • No True Scotsman: He thinks the Green family aren't locals of Big City because of their appearances, he notices that Bill wants to fit in and exploits this for his amusement, by forcing him to eat the food the locals ask in his restaurant, only to prove he belongs to Big City. When Bill calls him out on this, he calls Bill and his family "bumpkins" for not appreciating the fine food.
  • Noodle Incident: He had the chance of taking swimming lessons, but he turned them down.
    Ted: I shouldn't have...! Put off those...! Swimming lessons...!!!
  • Politically Incorrect Villain: Looks down at the Greens, specially Bill for not being "locals" at Big City, when Bill gets fed up with his treatment and gives him a piece of his mind, he says that the fine food is wasted in a group of country "bumpkins" like them.
    Ted: Well, GOOD RIDDANCE! The intricacies of Sea Fusïon are wasted on a country bumpkin like you!
  • Shout-Out: His name is Ted and he interacts with Bill Green... what does that reminds you? Although unlike them, Ted and Bill are enemies.
  • Small Role, Big Impact: He only appears in "Fill Bill", but his antagonism towards the Greens, specially Bill, helped Bill to realize that he belongs to Big City and that Big City is his true home. In later episodes Bill feels more comfortable and accepts Big City as his true home, even if he has to re-learn this lesson in "Chipocalypse Now".
  • Slobs vs. Snobs: Ted is the Snob to Bill's Slob.
  • Spanner in the Works: He hindered Cricket and Tilly's mission in rescuing and saving Ringo and his fellow octopi, by throwing them back to the tank, forcing Cricket and Tilly to find another way to save them.
  • Sugary Malice: He talks like a friendly waiter to Bill and his family, but his treatment towards them says other things.
  • "The Reason You Suck" Speech: Bill gives him one, after being fed up with how he treats him.
    Bill: Excuse me, waiter? I've got a bone to pick with you. I came here wanting to try new things, but instead I got treated like I don't belong! And that felt like a slap in the face. I don't need to change who I am to fit in to Big City, 'cause I already fit in! So I'm proud to finally come clean and tell you: I don't like the food here! And I won't be finishin' my dessert! Because it's gross.
    Waiter: Well, GOOD RIDDANCE! The intricacies of Sea Fusïon are wasted on a country bumpkin like you!
  • They Look Just Like Everyone Else!: Like Chip Whistler and many antagonists from the show, he's a normal human being. He bullies Bill, because of his country origins, outright calling him "bumpkin" in his face.
  • Uncertain Doom: It's unknown if he survived after Cricket, Tilly and Alice accidentally flood the restaurant and he's washed out to the ocean, specially because he said that he doesn't know how to swim.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: He has a bouffant hair like Chip Whistler, but in blue.

    The Cyber Knights
Voiced by: Jessica McKenna (leader)

A trio of bullies in Big City, known for hacking into electronic devices and forcing everyone to bow down to them.

  • The Bully: A trio of them.
  • The Dreaded: Just about all the kids in Big City are terrified of them, and give in to their will. The only one who is brave enough to stand up to them is Cricket.
  • Four Eyes, Zero Soul: The leader wears rectangular glasses.
  • Girlish Pigtails: The leader's usual hairstyle.
  • Jerkass: Bullies? Check. Threatening others online? Check. Hacking electronic devices? Check.
  • Kneel Before Zod: They repeatedly force Cricket to bow down to them; naturally, he refuses.
  • No Name Given: Their names have yet to be revealed.
  • Pubescent Braces: The leader has these.
  • Too Important to Walk: They always go around on hoverboards, and find it uncomfortable to walk when the batteries die.
  • Voice of the Legion: When speaking through their drones or video game avatars.

    The Hotel Manager 

The manager of Price Busters
Voiced by: Jon Hamm

The controlling manager of Price Busters.

  • Asshole Victim: The man sends people into shopping frenzies for his own amusement because he always has to work on Thanksgiving and never gets to enjoy the holiday, which does suck and is a problem some real retail workers face.
  • Big Bad: He's the main villain of "Big Deal" and the reason for causing the conflict.
  • Evil Laugh: Has a really good one when watching the chaos in the store.
  • Heel–Face Turn: He mellowed at the end of the episode and he's in good terms with the Greens, even enjoying their company with them and celebrating Thanksgiving with them.
  • If I Can't Have You…: "If I'm going to suffer because nobody can resist a good deal, then so will everyone else!"
  • I Just Want to Be Loved: The main motivation of why he made the customers fight between each other. He wants only to have someone to celebrate Thanksgiving with him.
  • Jerkass Woobie: He only wants to celebrate Thanksgiving with his family.
  • Karma Houdini: Louis suffers no punishments for using his job to ruin everyone's Thanksgiving for the sake of not having it himself.
  • Love Makes You Evil: The fact he doesn't have anyone Thanksgiving with him, turned him into a bitter manager.
  • Nice Character, Mean Actor: Smiling and pleasant in commercials, mad and controlling in real life.
  • Small Role, Big Impact: Hasn't been seen since since "Big Deal", but he is the reason behind Cricket's lesson of the day and another huge step in Character Development. Specifically Cricket seeing Louis torturing all the customers to see how it feels not to spend Thanksgiving with their families is what causes him to decide not to get the TV and realize the true meaning of the holiday.
  • Throw the Dog a Bone: Joins the Greens' in-store Thanksgiving dinner at Price Busters when he couldn't go home to celebrate himself.
  • Villainous Breakdown: After Cricket foils his plans, he just sits crying because he has no one to celebrate Thanksgiving with him.

    Jyle Donelan
The boss of Beef Up
Voiced by: Wallace Shawn

The boss of the Beef Up corporation, known for loudly mistreating his workers. He's a participant of the 90s comedy Global Fight Race.

  • Expy: He strongly resembles Anger.
  • Jerk Jock: A former star athlete turned tyrannical employer. He loves rubbing his superiority in other people's faces.
  • Mean Boss: He demands success from all his employees, and yells at them over every little thing.

    The Stingers
Voiced by: Sara Cravens (Skids), Tom Kenny (Dan), Marieve Herington (Leadfoot), Colton Dunn (Lord Chrome)

Nancy's former biker gang.

  • Big Damn Heroes: In "Chipocalypse Now", to help the Greens to save their legacy.
  • Boyish Short Hair: Skids has a buzz cut which looks almost entirely masculine.
  • Defeat Means Friendship: After Nancy beat them, they realized the error of their ways and are back on good terms with her.
    • They're among the people who defend the Green's legacy from Chip Whistler in "Chipocalypse Now".
  • Even Evil Has Standards: All of them are horrified when Chip attempts to kill Cricket and later the entire Green family with a helicopter in "Chipocalypse Now".
  • Four-Temperament Ensemble:
    • Skids: Sanguine
    • Leadfoot: Coleric
    • Lord Chrome: Melancholic
    • Dan: Phlegmatic
  • Heel–Face Turn: They're in good terms with Nancy, Cricket and Tilly, after they beat them. They even defend them from Chip Whistler in "Chipocalypse Now".
  • I Am Very British: Leadfoot has a heavilly pronounced British accent.
  • Mistaken for Betrayal: When Nancy quit, they took it as an act of betrayal and vowed payback.
  • Nice, Mean, and In-Between: Out of the members, Dan is the nice one who is foolish, Lord Chrome is the loud and booming mean one, and the British Leadfoot is the in-between.
  • Odd Name Out: Their names are Skids, Leadfoot, Lord Chrome, and Dan.
  • Token Good Teammate: Dan is the least mean of the group, having a simpleton voice and often going easy on others. He also happily greets Nancy, politely apologizes for stealing the trailer, and comments on what a wonderful family she has upon making amends with her. Skids scolds him for his politeness.

Season 2 antagonists

"It's ya boy, Itchaboi!"
Voiced by: Caldwell Tanner

An internet influencer known for swaying his viewers through the use of money.

  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: He may seem to be nice and has a message of spreading positivity, but in real life, he is influencing his viewers to act just like him, to the point of calling anyone who doesn't like him a "hater". Only Cricket sees through this ruse, and is able to tell it's a scam.
  • Broken Pedestal: Remy stops becoming his fan, after Cricket tells him that he'll be his friend no matter what.
  • The Bus Came Back: He reappears in "Ding Dongers" after a long absence.
  • Catchphrase:
    • "It's ya boy, Itchaboi!"
    • "Hastag, flaunt yo stacks!"
  • Con Artist: He put together a "party cruise" for his fans that would cost an unbelievable amount of money (and he wouldn't even be there, only showing up as a hologram). Only Remy could afford it.
  • The Complainer Is Always Wrong: If you don't find him or his videos funny or like them, then you're a "hater".
  • The Corrupter: Encourages his fans to behave like shallow spoiled brats like him and spreads hate by making people hate people who doesn't like his lifestyle. The only one not affected was Cricket, who managed to easily see right through him.
  • Faux Affably Evil: He spreads a positivity message and acts like a funny and nice guy, but he only wants the money from his fans and encourages bad behavior. The worst part is that he makes it blatant obvious in his videos, whenever he wants people to buy his stuff at the end of his videos.
  • Hate Plague: A mundane example. His videos promote this, he caused Remy, Kiki, Weezie and Benny to hate Cricket. Ironically his videos "spread" positivity.
  • Hologram: When he finally shows up in person for his "Crewse", he seems to have sent one of these in his place. (In fact, he never appears in person during the episode. A Take That! at the supremely superficial nature of influencers?)
  • Insistent Terminology: He calls anyone who doesn't like him or refuses to accept his lifestyle a "hater".
  • Irony: Itchaboi's message is to "negate the hate", yet it causes Remy to hate Cricket.
  • Karma Houdini: He never really faces any consequences for influencing his fans (including Remy) to behave like spoiled brats and losing a fan doesn't really matter to him, since he has many and others will see him. Also when Cricket attempts to beat him, it's revealed he brought an hologram to his cruise.
  • Karma Houdini Warranty: In "Ding Dongers", it's revelated that he lost his followers and is a nobody. It's heavily implied that people realized how toxic his videos are and they stopped consuming his merchandise and watching his videos, during the duration of the season.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: It's clear that "Itchaboi" is his username. And on top of that, his cash-slapped roommate(?) calls him "Itchy".
  • Punny Name: "It's ya boy".
  • Take That!: To internet celebrities and influencers who flaunt their wealth and seem to completely be lacking in manners, shame, or basic human decency. Itchaboi's appearance specifically bears a resemblance to Logan Paul.
  • Trumplica: Like Chip Whistler he resembles Donald Trump, (arrogant, social network addict blonde guy, with orange skin) although Itchaboi is a teenager while Trump is an old man. Like Chip, it's likely that Itchaboi is also an unintentional example as well.

    The Bouncer 

Voiced by: Jessica McKenna

A creepy girl who's obsessed with Zillon Brax.

  • Asshole Victim: Officer Keys arrests(?) her for kidnapping "Zillon Brax", even though she actually kidnapped Cricket.
  • Cheated Angle: Her Peek-a-Bangs normally cover her right eye, but switches briefly when she turns towards "Janice" (a headless mannequin). Just this one time, too.
  • Creepy Child: Just look at her picture. If that's not enough, then there's her shrine and the decapitated dummies.
  • Expy: An Ax-Crazy superfan who willingly traps someone famous for her own good? Sounds a lot like Nora Dershlet.
  • Knight of Cerebus: She's only appeared in one episode and manages to be one of the creepiest characters in the show. And while the portrayal is G-rated , Cricket was in danger while he was with her.
  • Loony Fan: She's obsessed with Zillon so much she's intent on kidnapping him as her singing partner forever.
  • Mask of Sanity: She's creepier than Chip Whistler in this regard. Do we need to remember she's still a girl?
  • Meaningful Name: An amaryllis is a type of flower associated with "death" in floral language. A decent indicator this girl's dangerous.
  • Stalker with a Crush: She's obsessed with trapping Zillon Brax in an abandoned warehouse filled with headless mannequins and her Stalker Shrine. (Zillon himself is familiar enough with it to lead the Greens there.)
  • Yandere: She tries to be friendly, but the facade quickly drops and she treats "Zillon" (Cricket) like her property.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Well, red hair.

    Bash and Bella
Voiced by: Thomas Middleditch (Bash), Lauren Lapkus (Bella)

A criminal couple who become Gramma's best Swyft customers, and pull her right into their crime sprees.

Voiced by: Jeff Bennett

A robot built by Big Tech to make farm life easier.

  • A.I. Is a Crapshoot: It nearly tries to take over the farm when Cricket tries to shut it down. Apparently, Big Tech has received multiple complaints about this.
  • Gone Horribly Right: The robot does all the farm work, leaving Bill with a whole lot of free time, but he has no idea what to do with it and ends up losing his sense of purpose.

John or "Pete"
Voiced by: Joey Diaz

A conman who owns many Skull Slimmers, who scammed Cricket into selling them all.

  • Affably Evil: Despite his intentions are clearly to scam people, he's quite friendly and polite with them.
  • Beat Them at Their Own Game: Gloria and Cricket make "upgraded" versions of the Skull Slimmers so he wants to have them back.
  • Childish Tooth Gap: He has a gap between his teeth.
  • Con Man: John tricks Cricket into buying many Skull Slimmers, when nobody wants those things.
  • The Corrupter: John teaches Cricket how to scam and Cricket eventually scams Gloria and uses that knowledge in later episodes, although to be fair Cricket technically he knew how to scam, but John teaches him how to manipulate by telling him that he should tell the people what they want to hear.
  • Creepy Shadowed Undereyes: He has purple bags under his eyes, to make more clear that he's not a trustworthy person.
  • Devil in Plain Sight: Despite he's friendly and polite, his appearance should be enough to tell he's not a trustworthy person. It doesn't help he comes from alleys.
  • Evil Mentor: He tells Cricket how to scam people, Cricket eventually uses this to scam him in the end.
  • Fatal Flaw: Greed.
  • Greed: His fatal flaw is that he wants money at all costs, when he sees Cricket making money with "upgraded" versions of the Skull Slimmers, he wants them back so he can have all the money himself.
  • Green and Mean: His skin is green and is a con artist.
  • Hoist by Their Own Petard: He gives Cricket a tip in how to scam people, by telling him that to scam people, he only has to tell them what they want to hear and they'll sell themselves, Cricket uses this to scam him in the end.
  • I Have Many Names: He calls himself "John" during the entirety of the episode, when Cricket tricks him, he refers himself as "Pete". Considering he referred him as "Pete" by accident and struggled with thinking of a name when Cricket met him at the beginning, it's very clear that he constantly is changing names to avoid being captured.
  • Identical Stranger: He has an uncanny resemblance to Bill, only with green skin.
  • Karma Houdini: Despite he loses all the money he made and was scammed by Cricket and Gloria. He technically doesn't suffer any consequence for his actions, other than the mentioned above. It's likely he'll continue to scam people.
  • Nice Hat: We always see him wearing his fedora.
  • Nice Job Fixing It, Villain: If he hadn't tell Cricket how to scam people, Cricket wouldn't had used the same tactic on him.
  • Out-Gambitted: Gloria and Cricket already expected him to not give them Cricket's money back, so Gloria scares him by disguising herself as a FBI Agent.
  • Perma-Stubble: He has a prominent 5 o'clock shadow.
  • Satchel Switcheroo: When he falls from Cricket's scam. He switches his bag of money with a bag full of napkins, It didn't work, as Cricket and Gloria saw a move like that coming.
  • Small Role, Big Impact: He only appears in "Flimflammed", but he taught Cricket what to say to scam people. Cricket had already scammed people ("Wishing Well", "Desserted") but John taught him that to scam, he had only tell the people what they wanted to hear and Cricket uses that knowledge and perfected his scams in later episodes ("Chipwrecked" for example).
  • A Taste of Their Own Medicine: Cricket and Gloria trick him into having his Skull Slimmers back and scare him with a police officer (Gloria in disguise), making him to lose his money in the process.
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: Had he not taught Cricket how to scam, Cricket wouldn't had perfect his scams in later episodes. To be fair, Cricket knew how to scam, but John teached him what to say.
  • Wingding Eyes: When he sees that Cricket is making money with the "upgraded" Skull Slimmers, his pupils become green dollar signs.

    Cantaloupe Sinclair
"The people who sit at this table are like my dolls. They say what I want them to say, do what I want them to do, and now, you've joined my collection!"
Voiced by: Melissa Fumero

A prestigious member of the Lifetime Lil' Ladies Club.

  • Alpha Bitch: She may be popular, but she treats everyone like they're her doll collection and forces them to obey her by their own will.
  • Beauty Is Bad: Canteloupe Sinclair is a very beautiful girl, but she's a mean girl.
  • Broken Pedestal: Tilly is devastated when she discovers her true nature of controlling everyone, and calls her out.
  • Control Freak: She treats everyone around her like their her dolls and forces them to do whatever she wants, and say whatever she wants them to say as well.
  • Enfant Terrible: She demands everybody behave like her dolls and do her will, she's also very spoiled and mean and nobody can't tell her "no".
  • Faux Affably Evil: Acts like a nice girl, but she's really a heinous girl that is very controlling.
  • Non-Standard Character Design: One of very few characters to have a visible eye color.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Given of her true always-controlling nature, this is intentional.
  • Tender Tomboyishness, Foul Femininity: The snobby, rich and controlling foul feminine to Tilly's tender tomboy.
  • Tooth Strip: Has a straight line of teeth.
  • Troubling Unchildlike Behavior: Considering nobody dares to contradict her and let her always have her way, talks a lot about her.
  • Valley Girl: Has the appearance and vocal range of one.

Voiced by: Sandy Martin
Gramma's arch-nemesis.

    The Librarian
"There will be no noises in the library, young man, so you better watch yourself."
Voiced by: Linda Hamilton

The rather strict librarian of the public library.

  • Ambiguously Human: Given her rather strong enhanced hearing, Super Speed, Eye Glasses and Running on All Fours and her snake-like appearance, she and her fellow librarian mates might not be human and presumably alien-like. Her skin tone is also a rather unique shade not present on most characters.
  • Expository Hairstyle Change: When she gets intimidated by the Greens noising her around too much, her Prim and Proper Bun falls loose and mussy. She has it tied back up once she's calm again and done her job.
  • Expy:
    • She happens to take on the role of the aliens from A Quiet Place, given her enhanced hearing, superhuman speed, kicking out anyone who makes noise, and even Running on All Fours like a spider.
    • She resembles a noseless Ms. Bitters, she even has the green skin and is very intimidating like her.
  • Eye Glasses: Her glasses tend to emote as if they were her real eyes.
  • Hypocrite: She's against even the slightest of sounds, even talking and whispering, yet she is allowed to talk and whisper herself.
  • Karma Houdini: She receives no punishments for the way she treated the library patrons.
  • No Name Given: Has no known name.
  • Perpetual Frowner: She's always frowning and scowling almost 90% of the time.
  • Running on All Fours: Does this some times when sneaking up on someone making noise.
  • Scary Librarian: As you can probably tell by her image.
  • Super Senses: She can hear even the slightest of sounds, barely audible ones included.
  • Verbal Tic: She always speaks in a vicious whispery manner.

    Viper Fang 
Voiced by: Joe Magliano

Vasquez's ex-partner from the Order of the Fang.

    Community Dan 
Voiced by: Rob Riggle

    The Elites