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- Colourful Theme Naming: Blue, Red and Pink are named after their respective colors.
- Adorkable: When around girls.
- Badass Bookworm: In the movie.
- Blue Oni: To Red's... red.
- Butt-Monkey: Red likes to put him through all kinds of bad stuff.
- Cloudcuckoolander's Minder: Blue is stuck with keeping Red in control for nearly all of the series, not that it helps.
- Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: In the movie.
- He also survives all of Red's "chores" with relative ease. Keep in mind that some of the "chores" included slaying a DRAGON and drinking battery acid!
- Deadpan Snarker
- Didn't Want an Adventure: Blue has shown time and time again that he'd rather do something normal rather than Red's wacky, often dangerous adventures.
- The Drag A Long: It's quite apparent that Blue does not want to be involved with Red's high jinks. Most notably in "The Losing Streakers", where Red forcibly chains Blue to the top of his car so they can both go to Sal Segav together.
- I Know Mortal Kombat: He has a degree in advanced joystick studies and he's not afraid to use it.
- Mad Libs Catch Phrase: "We're kinda getting our ___ on."
- Not So Above It All: Normally he's the sensible one, but sometimes he'll act just as crazy as Red.
- Self-Made Orphan: His antics with Red get his grandfather Mr Dingleberry killed very, very often.
- They Killed Kenny Again:
- "Steakosaurus" He dies along with Red when a massive meteor hits earth.
- "Zombies & Shotguns" Gets eaten by a horde of zombies along with Red.
- "Adventures of Batman & The Bloser" Falls to his death after jumping off a building.
- "Chug-A-Chug-A-Brew-Brew" He possibly dies of alcohol poisoning.
- "The Red Devil" Dies in a colossal explosion along with Red.
- Subverted, in "Freshman 15" in the end, it looks like Blue died of drug overdose, but it was revealed in the movie that he survived.
- "GTA: Pacific Grim" Gets crushed by a massive robot along with Red.
- "Das Vidiamond" Gets crushed to death along with Red.
- Took a Level in Badass: More like a couple levels in the movie.
- Undying Loyalty: It's revealed in "First Day of Cool" that Red saved Blue from a vicious pack of bullies on his first day of school, thus leading to him declaring that he'd always be his friend.
- Vitriolic Best Buds: With Red, to the point that you wonder why they're friends by season 4. Their relationship reaches its boiling point in the movie, however.
- The Alcoholic: Considering how often and how much he drinks, this is a given.
- Badass Normal: He knows kung fu. Enough said.
- Butt-Monkey: While not as much as Blue, he still has suffered in a lot of episodes.
- Cloud Cuckoolander: Very much so, but mostly in the later half of the series.
- Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: Red is a Kung-Fu winner. He's also an alien.
- False Friend: Reveals in the movie that he only saved Blue when they were younger just so he'd look good with the girls.
- Heel Realization: At the end of the movie, he decides to stop being a dick to Blue and sees him as a real friend.
- Human Aliens: He came to Earth 20 years before the events of the show, and he looks, sounds, ages and acts exactly like a human would, albeit an immature one.
- Jerkass: He's a terrible friend to Blue.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: By the end of the movie.
- Laser-Guided Karma: Spends the first half of the movie being a total asshole towards Blue with no comeuppance in sight. However when he's forced to act like a cooked crab in front of the police, things go bad for him.
- Manchild: Oh yes. He occasionally descends into Psychopathic Manchild territory during his more destructive moments.
- Nice Hat: He's never seen without his baseball cap. He even came to Earth wearing it.
- Red Oni: To Blue's... blue.
- Sanity Ball: There are some moments that show Red isn't always crazy.
- In "Red Planet" he is completely appalled by the Mars Rover when it decides to kill two people with his laser beam.
- In "Kitty Amazing" he is utterly traumatized by all the deaths he accidentally caused thanks to his cat.
- "Happy Birthdump" is arguably his most sanest episode.
- Superpower Lottery: He's got all kinds of powers that he uses at random. Flight, Super Strength, Eye Beams, and incredible fighting skills.
- They Killed Kenny Again
- "Steakosaurus" He dies along with Blue when a massive meteor hits earth.
- "Zombies & Shotguns" Gets eaten by a horde of zombies along with Blue.
- "The Losing Streakers" He dies of alcohol poisoning. Though he's fine in the next scene.
- "The Red Devil" Dies in a colossal explosion along with Blue.
- "GTA: Pacific Grim" Gets crushed by a massive robot along with Blue.
- "Snowjob" Gets electrocuted to death when Blue attaches wires all over his body to his car.
- "Das Vidiamond" Gets beaten to death by doctors and then dies again when he is crushed to death along with Blue.
- Vitriolic Best Buds: With Blue. to the point that you wonder why they're friends by season 4. Their relationship reaches its boiling point in the movie, however.
- Made of Iron: She survived a massive explosion in "Flame War".
- Only Sane Woman: Just like Blue.
- Satellite Love Interest: She's only really seen with Blue.
- Tomboy and Girly Girl: Girly Girl to Stacy's Tomboy
- Took a Level in Badass: Defends herself from Ocho Muerte in The Movie
- They Killed Kenny Again: She and several other women die in the episode "Captain Red Rum & The Pina Colada Armada"
- Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: The Movie reveals that she's Purple's foolish sister. Averted once she goes back to med school after breaking up with Red.
- Beware the Nice Ones: He once raped a bear and ate it alive. In the movie, he turns out to be a good fighter.
- Camp Straight: He may sound and act effeminate, but he goes to strip clubs as much as Red and Blue.
- Hollywood Tourette's: Tourettes is in his name, after all.
- Nice Hat: He's almost never seen without his elf hat.
- Sir Swears-a-Lot: But only if he has his hat on. Without it, his outbursts are much nicer.
- They Killed Kenny Again: He's died in nearly all of his appearances.
- Dirty Old Man: He's 10,000 years old and really likes seeing those asses CLAP!
- Japanese Ranguage: His accent is really thick.
- Non-Standard Character Design: He's based on a picture of an actual raccoon.
- Really 700 Years Old: He's 10,000 years old.
- Samurai: While his whole design concept was being 'Nature's Ninja', what fighting we do see The Raccoon preform is much more akin to a Samurai.
Fat Ugly Girl
- Butt-Monkey: She basically exists just to be dissed and made fun of.
- Fat Girl: She's practically spherical. She used to be thin as a kid but got fatter as she got older. She gets back into shape after she starts dating Red.
- Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: The Movie reveals that she's Stacy's responsible sister.
- She Cleans Up Nicely
- The Voiceless: The only time she talked was in The Movie, where she meekly wished Pink a happy birthday.
- Dropped a Bridge on Him: Suddenly dies during Captain Crookygrin's funeral in Figured Out. Given how that was the last episode, it's more than likely permanent.
- Retired Badass: The Movie reveals he used to be a colonel in World War II.
- They Killed Kenny Again: Out of all the characters, he's the one whose died the most, even more than Lord Tourettes.
- You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: After leading Lord Takagami to Red and Blue in The Movie, he is promptly impaled.
- The Bully: In the episode "First Day of Cool"
Characters in DFTM
- Bad Boss: Runs Mr Dingleberry through after the latter led him to Red and Blue due to no longer needing him.
- Big Bad: of the movie.
- Evil Overlord: In the past, he lead an army of demons against Japan. In the present, he commands legions of demonic ninjas and corrupt French cops.
- Evil Sounds Deep: Especially after turning into Ocho Muerte.
- Fantastic Racist: Derisively refers to Raccoon's wife as a "Geisha".
- Insane Troll Logic: His ultimate plan is to use the Greatest Sword of Destiny to "avenge everyone whose ever died"... even those who died of natural causes or he's killed himself. Blue and Raccoon actually point out how ridiculous this is.
- Luke, I Am Your Father: Is revealed at the end to be Raccoon's father.
- Off with His Head!: Raccoon kills him this way. Until...
- One-Winged Angel: Transforms into Ocho Muerte for the final battle.
- So Proud of You: As he (seemingly) dies, he compliments Raccoon for always keeping his elbows straight, just as he had instructed him to.