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The ProtecTeamThe famous superhero team of Bunnyville, who also will get into a Giant Mecha called the Bunnyganger if there's any sort of problem they've discovered; mostly from Débilouman.
- Beauty, Brains, and Brawn: Candy (beauty), Bunny (brains) and Jean-François (brawn).
- Alternatively, Candy (beauty), Stan (brains) and Bunny (brawn).
- Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: Despite their constant infighting and selfishness, the ProtecTeam generally pull through to save the day, unless the threat ultimately disposes of itself.
- Nice Mean And In Between:
- Nice: Jean-François, but Stan Ookie might also qualify.
- Mean: Candy Bunny
- Inbetween: Bunny Maloney
- Ragtag Bunch of Misfits: So we have a lazy, goofy rabbit, his rude girlfriend with a low temper, an innocent blue creature who's the least wacky one out of everyone else, but is not even safe from their shared foolishness, and an intelligent tanuki/badger who can be prone to exaggerated emotions sometimes, and has played with figurines (shipping them, too)...despite all of these things, they have good intentions besides being in a team of heroes.
- Funny Animal: Except for Potchi.
- Voiced by: Martial le Minoux (French), Matt Wilkinson (English)
- Beware the Silly Ones: He comes across as a bumbling, put-upon oaf, but he can be just as venomous as Candy if sufficiently pushed.
- Black Bead Eyes: Has the "white highlights" variant.
- Catch Phrase: Sometimes says "Holy crapola!"
- Expressive Ears: Along with Candy.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Seemingly downplayed, though.
- Large Ham: Somewhat.
- Lazy Bum: A frequent contention point between him and his girlfriend is his lack of drive outside of his heroic duties.
- Look-Alike Lovers: Almost, with Candy.
- A Lizard Named "Liz": A bunny named Bunny.
- Pink Means Feminine: Both Gender Inverted and Inverted, unlike his girlfriend, Candy...since he definitely has no feminine traits whatsoever.
- Pink Girl, Blue Boy: Inverted, when it comes to him and the female Jean-François (in "Think Extinct").
- Rascally Rabbit: Has cracked up some plans to get his way.
- Red Is Heroic: Has a red combat suit.
- Savvy Guy, Energetic Girl: The Savvy Guy to Charlotte's Energetic Girl, even though he isn't really the Only Sane Man.
- Sensitive Guy and Manly Man: The Manly Man to Jean-François's Sensitive Guy. He seems to be more confident and willing to take some risks mostly for his own sake...even if he has the behavior of a teenager who hasn't matured much yet.
- Voiced by: Élisabeth Ventura (French), Jules de Jongh (English)
- Accessory-Wearing Cartoon Animal: She sports a red scrunchie.
- All Women Love Shoes: Keeps a few shoes in her and Bunny's room.
- Blush Sticker
- Captain Ersatz: Her original alter ego in the Pilot Pinpin Lelapin (Pinky Mimi Delalune) is a blatant parody of Sailor Moon.
- Damsel in Distress: Becomes this later on in "Casanova Clone".
- Expressive Ears: Along with Bunny.
- Feminine Women Can Cook: She's stereotypically feminine and can make notably good cookies, as seen in "The Good, The Bad and The Cookie".
- Fur Color Sclerae: Because of the way her eyes look.
- Heroines Love Dogs: She owns a dog-like creature named Potchi, who she also loves.
- Hair-Trigger Temper: Lets out her anger on Bunny in a majority of episodes. Doesn't mean others are safe from her wrath, either.
- Ironic Name: While she can be nice, this trope is mostly played straight. She's anger-prone and just as neurotic as her boyfriend, if not more.
- Jerkass Has a Point: She hounds Bunny down for his laziness and boorishness, though her accusations are not entirely wrong, just a tad overblown.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Despite her constant anger at Bunny and general abrasiveness towards everyone else, she can be nice in her own way. She and Bunny also remain inseparable lovers...despite how poorly she frequently thinks of him.
- Leaning on the Fourth Wall: Part of a Running Gag—she'll usually give the audience a morally ambiguous message.
- Look-Alike Lovers: Almost, with Bunny.
- Never Bareheaded: Exaggerated—her red scrunchie is never seen taken off.
- Pink Girl, Blue Boy: The Pink Girl to Jean-François's Blue Boy.
- Pink Heroine: Has a pink combat suit.
- Pink Means Feminine: Yeah.
- Species Surname
- The Smurfette Principle: She's the only female member of the ProtecTeam.
- Tomboy And Girly Girl: The Tomboy to Charlotte's Girly Girl. While Candy isn't exactly a Tomboy, she has a low temper and frequently acts like a jerkass, which wouldn't be out of place for an actual tomboy.
- Voiced by: Tom-Clarke Hill (English)
- Black Bead Eyes
- Blue Is Heroic: Has a blue combat suit.
- Cartoon Creature: He resembles a lop-eared bunny with a long, cat-like tail, but his species' actual name is never stated.
- Huge Guy, Tiny Girl: He's the Huge Guy to female Jean-François's Tiny Girl.
- Full-Name Basis: With the exception of his name abbreviated to "JF", although it's way less frequent.
- It Is Pronounced Tro PAY: Both "joun-frouswa" (French) and "joun-franswa" (English) are acceptable pronunciations of his name.
- Nice Guy
- Odd Name Out/Only One Name: Unlike the main characters and the anthropomorphic members of the ProtecTeam in general, he lacks a surname.
- In the pilot, however, he has one (being "Moppemond").
- Pokémon Speak: In fact, his species can only speak their own names!
- Pink Girl, Blue Boy: The Blue Boy to Candy Bunny's Pink Girl.
- Speaking of "blue boy", Bunny sometimes calls him that.
- Sensitive Guy and Manly Man: The Sensitive Guy to Bunny's Manly Man. He's nicer and less neurotic in contrast to him.
- Trademark Favorite Food: In "Think Extinct", it's implied that his species' diet consists only of pizza and junk food.
- This is shown in one episode where he got pizza (in a box), and he aggressively fought with Bunny over it.
Stan Ookie and Potchi
- Voiced by: Laurent Pasquier (French), Keith Wickham (English)
- Punny Name: His name's a pun on "tanuki".
- The Smart Guy: He uses his smarts to assist, especially in combat. Bunny may be the leader, but Stan is the one who frequently gives orders.
- Verbal Tic: He usually calls others "dude".
PotchiCandy's dog, who only makes the sound "onyo". He serves as the mascot of the ProtecTeam.
- Voiced by: Marc Duquesnoy (French), Walter Lewis (English)
- Big Bad: He plays the part in a majority of episodes that require a physical antagonist.
- Beard of Evil
- Catch Phrase: "Oh, poop."
- Ditzy Genius: His various gadgets and mutants demonstrate that he is fairly smart, though he's accident-prone, lacking in common sense, and prone to undertaking the same superficial activities as the rest of the cast.
- Enemy Mine: He joins the protest against Noacak in "Nanny State".
- Evil Is Petty: As mentioned above, many of his plans focus on harassing and/or inconveniencing the ProtecTeam. That said, his methods often collaterally harm the townsfolk, providing further incentive for the protagonists to stop him.
- Face Ship: He lives in a submarine, called the Tsunami, created in his likeness; the nose even comprises a lot of the vessel's length.
- Gag Nose
- Horned Hairdo
- Meaningful Name: His name derives from "débile" which means "stupid"; while by no means dumb, he has a distinct lack of common sense that constantly leads to his many defeats.
- Miniature Senior Citizens
- Nonstandard Character Design: Unlike other characters, his design incorporates many sharp edges, and he's the only human with a (very) visible nose.
- Simpleton Voice: More explicit in the English dub, where his voice is slightly high-pitched and prone to cracks (even if he's not actually stupid).
- Spiky Hair
- Vague Age: In the show's official PowerPoint presentation, his age is said to be old, without specifying an exact age.
- Voiced by: Vincent Violette (French), Keith Wickham (English)
- Deadpan Snarker
- The Dragon: To Débilouman, much to his chagrin.
- Evil Sounds Deep: Has a slightly posh, dry voice.
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: He has red eye sclerae.
- Satellite Character: He mostly just plays the Straight Man with Débilouman, rarely having direct interaction with anyone else outside of the Tsunami.
- This Is Gonna Suck: Modchi preemptively dons a snorkeling mask almost every time the Tsunami is about to sink. Sometimes, he puts it on a bit earlier just to irritate his boss.
Bunnyville's despotic governmental body, which primarily functions as the military because it's where they're the most competent.
Tropes about Noacak as a whole:
- HeelFace Revolving Door: There are times where it genuinely works on behalf of Bunnyville's citizens, but Noacak mostly abuses its leadership. Its misbehavior is birthed from the soldiers' incompetence, but there are times where they act violently out of self-righteousness. "Nanny State" is a serious case of the former, as the soldiers start enforcing a city-wide fitness plan by chasing civilians with tanks, among other threats of violence.
- Black Bead Eyes: All of the personnel have them except for Private Jenkins, the single soldier lady.
- Skewed Priorities: Oh, yes. Noacak often shys away from legitimate threats to continue whatever superficial activity they were partaking in.Officer/Computer man: General! General! Something really bad is coming! What should we do?The General: Get out of those tight fatigues and into something loose! We got ourselves some dance practice!Soldiers: Sir, yes sir! Woohoo!The General: And turn off that alarm. I can't hear the music!
- The Smurfette Principle: Private Jenkins is the only known female member.
- The Vamp: Private Jenkins occasionally functions as one, especially in "Noacak Wants You," where she goads unwitting men (read: Bunny and Jean-François) into enlisting for the organization's army.
Tropes about the General:
- Voiced by: François Jérosme (French)
- The Captain: Yep.
- Big Ol' Eyebrows
- Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep": His real name is never given, as everyone addresses him by his title.
- In-Series Nickname: Calls himself "Big G" at one point, in "Stan's Perfect Match".
- Miniature Senior Citizens: The General is as small as the rest of his crew.
- Shout Out: He's similar to Major Monogram.
Amazing Secret SpiesDébilouman's spies.
- Catch Phrase: They only say something that sounds a lot like "mission!"
- Cool Shades: Triangular-looking ones.
- Dark Is Evil: They have black shades.
- Mooks: Débilouman's primary footmen.
- Opaque Lenses
BlairoAnother badger, who's also Stan's love interest in the episode "Stan's Perfect Match". At least, until she was revealed she worked for Débilouman (by Bunny and Candy)...
- Voiced by: Corinne Martin (French), Phillipa Alexander (English)
- Abhorrent Admirer: To Bunny.
- All Women Are Lustful: Hoo boy! She's quite shameless about her crush on Bunny, even when Candy is around.
- Dumb Is Good: She's kind-hearted but pretty dense.
- Dude Magnet: Zig-Zagged. She's a very desirable woman among a majority of Bunnyville's male populace. However, the young men in her friend circle (Bunny, Ben, Jean-François, and Stan) are unwilling to partner with her. A few gags imply her kinks turn them off.
- Genki Girl: Not that much, but she still can be excitable.
- Informed Species: Charlotte resembles more of a goat. Then again, it is possible for some cows to only be colored white.
- Parental Neglect: Implied during a gag. During her childhood, her parents dropped her off at a summer camp and never returned to pick her up.
- Ms. Fanservice: Not popular around men, but she can decide to show off the hots of her own body.
- Nice Girl
- Large Ham
- Savvy Guy, Energetic Girl: The Energetic Girl to Bunny's Savvy Guy.
- Tomboy And Girly Girl: The Girly Girl to Candy's Tomboy. She can be optimistic, is quite energetic, and won't hesitate to act quite lecherous.
- Flat Character: Since they're minor characters, not much of a personality for them is shown. Louis is an exception for the most part, though.
- Voiced by: Marc Duquesnoy (French)
- Fan Boy: Of Bunny.
- The Team Wannabe: He desperately wants to be part of the ProtecTeam, but is too ineffectual and embarrassing for them to consider.
Ben TonariJean-François's friend.
- First-Name Basis
- The Unintelligible: He majorly speaks in a strange form of English.
- Intelligible Unintelligible: It seems like ROBOT can understand him, as seen in one episode.
- Youthful Freckles
- Voiced by: Phillipa Alexander (English)
- A Dog Named "Dog": An octopus named "Secretary Octopus".
- Voiced by: Walter Lewis (English)