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     Dottie "Doc" McStuffins 

Dottie "Doc" McStuffins

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"There's something I've learned from being a doctor for so long. It's that everyone has a hero inside of them."
Voiced by: Kiara Muhammad (Seasons 1 and 2), Laya DeLeon Hayes (Seasons 3 to present)

The main character of the series. Doc is a six-year-old girl who likes to fix toys, dolls and stuffed animals. She also wants to be a doctor like her mother, one day.


  • 100% Adoration Rating: All toys just love her.
  • All-Loving Hero: Doc treats every toy with kindness and care and is always willing to help them.
  • Catchphrase:
    • "I'm really good at fixing toys."
    • "I have a diagnosis!"
    • "I haven't lost a toy yet!"
  • Cheerful Child: Doc is generally happy, she likes to sing songs and play games with her family while they playfully tease each other.
  • Cool Big Sis: To her younger brother, Donny, and later adopted baby sister, Maya.
  • Determinator: She will never give up on the toy she's helping.
  • Fangirl: In "Into the Hundred Acre Wood," this is Doc's reaction every time she meets one of the Pooh characters, with a dose of Cuteness Proximity as well when she meets Piglet, squeezing his face and calling him a cutie-patootie.
  • Fear of Thunder: Revealed to be afraid of thunder and lightning in "Dark Knight".
  • Full-Name Ultimatum: Hallie gives one to Doc, calling her by her real name "Dottie" in the episode "Run Doc Run!"
  • Generation Xerox: Is similar to her grandmother. Both have a magical stethoscope that brings toys to life and both are toy doctors.
  • Girly Girl with a Tomboy Streak: Doc wears pink, likes playing tea party and enjoys dancing with Lambie, but she also enjoys running around and playing soccer.
  • Girlish Pigtails: Doc sports these, along with a purple hairband with a pink flower.
  • Girls Love Stuffed Animals: And every other toy as well.
  • The Heroine: The star of the show.
  • Innocently Insensitive: In "My Huggy Valentine" when Lambie thinks that Doc likes Val more than her because of all the time she spends with her and how perfect Val is.
    • Also in "A Tale of Two Dragons" after they had just finished another round of the 'everyone scream and run away from the mighty scary dragon' game with Dragon-Bot, Doc tells him that was the most fun they ever had while playing the game, accidentally hurting Stuffy’s feeling's, who thought that Doc meant it was even more fun than when she plays with him.
  • It Was a Gift: Her magical stethoscope was a gift from her grandmother.
  • Meaningful Name: Doc's last name is McStuffins. She loves her toys and can fix them due to being a toy doctor.
  • The Medic: Is a doctor to stuffed animals and toys. Doc is also now in charge of the hospital in McStuffinsville.
  • Nice Girl: Doc is kind, friendly and caring to every toy she meets. And whenever she meets a kid who is sad about their toy being injured or broken, Doc always does her best to cheer them up and promises that she'll fix their toy up for them as soon as she can.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: "Doc" McStuffins doesn't go by any other name - even her parents call her "Doc." Word of God, based on merchandise releases, is that her real name is "Dottie". It’s finally made canon in "The Doctor Will See You Now", when the receptionist at the doctor's office calls Doc "Dottie McStuffins".
  • Pink Means Feminine: Doc plays this trope straight with her pink leggings and skirt.
  • Talking in Your Sleep: "Top Lamb" shows that Doc sometimes talks in her sleep.
    Doc McStuffins: Diagnosis... checkup...
  • You Can Talk?: The flashback in "Bringing Home Baby" shows that this was her reaction along with general confusion when she first got her magic stethoscope and heard her stuffed animals talking for the first time.
  • Youthful Freckles
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     Lambie 

Lambie

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"I've been dancing a long time, but what I love the most is dancing with all my friends."
Voiced by: Lara Jill Miller

Lambie is as soft as the wool covering her! She is gentle and sweet, but usually not timid or shy. She gives good advice and loves ballet. Lambie is a very sweet character with a very sweet voice. Her biggest passion is giving cuddles to anyone who needs one, toy or person. If she thinks someone is sad she will give them advice in song and almost always cuddle them.


  • Air Hugging: Lambie's general shtick is to give cuddles whenever possible. However, there have been a couple of instances where there was something preventing actual cuddling, so she gave an "air cuddle" instead.
  • Catchphrase: "You look like you could use a cuddle!"
  • The Cheerleader: During "You Foose, You Lose" and "Tour De McStuffins" Lambie was the cheerleader for both events.
  • The Chick
  • Cool Crown: Wears tiaras when playing "Save the princess" games. She has quite a few of them around.
  • Cuddle Bug: Lambie's main duty at the clinic seems to be dispensing cuddles, which are apparently a legitimate and vital part of several treatments.
  • The Cutie: She's a soft plush lamb whose purpose is to give out cuddles.
  • Fangirl: Of Melinda Mermaid, Bella the Ballerina and Dress-Up Daisy.
  • Friend or Idol Decision: Struggles with this in "On Call Ball". She wants to win the Ball of Brilliance at the Wicked King's Ball-athon, but if she stops dancing she's out of the competition. When Stuffy gets hurt she wants to help him, but wants to continue dancing as well. Ultimately she forfeits the competition to help Stuffy when she realizes he's losing stuffing and needs medical attention.
  • Friend to All Children: Lambie not only loves toys, but really loves babies. She's the most excited when Doc's baby sister arrives home, loves Doc's baby doll that her parents got her, and is seen watching over babies in a nursery and singing them a lullaby in one episode of Toy Hospital.
  • Friend to All Living Things: She really loves keeping company with toy patients and other living toys. She also loves Doc's newborn baby sister.
  • Green-Eyed Monster: Lambie gets jealous when Val shows up on the show in "My Huggy Valentine."
  • The Heart: Lambie is very affectionate, sweet, and loves giving hugs. really loves taking care of injured or sick toys, and shows sympathy for various toys that aren't in the best situation.
  • Heroic BSoD: Lambie suffers one in "My Huggy Valentine" when she feels ignored by Doc after the latter spends a lot of time with Val.
  • Hey, That's My Line!: Lambie in "My Huggy Valentine" after Val says "You look like you could use a cuddle." Says this again in "Stuffy’s Ambulance Ride" after Darla tells her that she looks like she could use a cuddle, but this time she doesn't mind someone else saying it.
  • I Want My Mommy!: In "Lambie and the McStuffins Babies," the baby-fied Lambie cries out "I want my Doc-y" after she and the baby-fied Hallie, Chilly and Stuffy are scooped up and carried in a bag by the Delivery Stork.
  • Kindhearted Cat Lover: Lambie, already a cute stuffed lamb who wants to give everyone a cuddle, becomes this in the Pet Vet installment "Smitten With a Kitten" when she adopts Whispers, an adorable but skittish pink toy kitten.
  • Nice Girl: Kind, sweet, loving, caring, friendly, shy, cuddly.
  • Pink Girl, Blue Boy: The pink girl to Stuffy’s blue boy. Stuffy is the color blue, while Lambie wears a pink bow and tutu.
  • Pink Means Feminine: She nearly always wears her pink tutu and bow and Lambie has pink paws. Her favourite colour is also pink and she adopts a pink kitten.
  • Ridiculously Cute Critter: She's the cutest little lamb around.
  • So Proud of You: Doc to Lambie in "A Day Without Cuddles" when she manages to stop herself from giving out cuddles after she gets flour on herself. Says it to Lambie again in "Dixie Gets Glued" about how hard she works in the nursery to learn how to take care of baby toys.
    Doc: Great job, Lambie. I'm proud of the way you've been working and studying really hard to learn all about taking care of baby toys.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: The girly girl to Hallie's tomboy.

     Stuffy 

Stuffy

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"New toys are just friends we haven't played with yet."
Voiced by: Robbie Rist, Ben Schwartz (The Doc Files)

Stuffy is a rambunctious stuffed blue dragon who is always tripping or running into things... which makes being one of Doc’s best friends rather convenient. Stuffy tries to be the bravest dragon of all but does not succeed at that every time.


  • Adorkable: Stuffy is the adorably awkward blue dragon.
  • Always Someone Better: This is how he felt about Dragon-Bot at first. Dragon-Bot is a robotic dragon toy who could be very scary and whose roar was very loud. Because of this Stuffy wanted to be new and improved. He wanted to be scarier and more dragon-y. But as he found out Dragon-Bot thought that Stuffy was very fun and everyone loved Stuffy just the way he was.
  • Badly Battered Babysitter: He and Chilly are tasked with babysitting in "Three's Company" but quickly finds themselves exhausted over looking after a quick little one. As it turns out, there were actually three babies.
  • Be Careful What You Wish For: In the episodes "Get Set to Get Wet" and "Slip N’ Slide" he wants to go in the water with the water toys, despite the fact that he's a stuffed toy and can't get wet. During the course of "Slip N' Slide" he slips right next to the pool and falls right in causing his plush to get all soggy.
    • In "A Dragon's Best Friend", he wants to hurry up and find Squibbles kid to get rid of the little guy. So everyone makes posters to place outside, but when it seemingly works and they find Squibbles kid, Stuffy is really upset at having to let the little guy go due to growing attached to him. Luckily, it wasn't Squibbles kid, so Stuffy then adopts him.
  • Big "YES!": Gives one in "A Dragon's Best Friend" when Doc says that Squibbles can stay and Stuffy can adopt him.
  • Butt-Monkey: He is constantly tripping or making a fool of himself.
  • Comes Great Responsibility: What Stuffy learned about being a pet owner in "Stuffy and Squibbles".
  • Don't Explain the Joke: In the episode "Boo-Hoo to You!" Stuffy comes up with this:
    "Hahaha! "Big Book of Boo-Boos"! Get it? Boo-boooos! You know, it's funny 'cause, it's Halloween and all? Anybody?"
    • Does this again in "Rescue at the Ranch".
  • Expressive Ears: Stuffy has these sort of antenna-things that can get pretty droopy when he's sad about something.
  • Fanboy: Of Ricardo Racecar and Celestial Celeste.
  • Got Volunteered: This happens to Stuffy in "A Dragon's Best Friend" when a toy pet of some sort named Squibbles takes a shine to him. Stuffy doesn't really like him at first because he finds him annoying as he keeps tailing after him and doing stuff like jumping on him and licking him. But when Squibbles is scared of getting a checkup from Doc, Stuffy is volunteered to accompany him to calm him down because he's the only one that can and then later is volunteered to keep him busy while Doc heads out to put up signs to try to find his owner.
    • Happens to him again in "Into the Hundred Acre Wood!" after the gang hear a strange boing noise coming from the woods. Stuffy is "volunteered" to check it out by Lambie.
  • Heroic BSoD: Stuffy suffers from one in the episode "Un-Bur-Able" where he ended up getting hurt after playing and refused to play afterwards in fear that he would get hurt again. His friends sing him a song to snap him out of it.
    • Happens again in the episode "Bronty's Twisted Tail" where he accidentally twisted Bronty's Tail with his maracas. Stuffy felt really upset and guilty over it believing that the pain Bronty was in was his fault. Even trying to hide from him while believing that Bronty won't want to be his friend anymore because of what happened. But Bronty never blamed Stuffy to begin with and even stated that he can't be brave without his "dragon cousin" there with him.
    • In "Stuffy and Squibbles" he came to believe that Squibbles not having enough energy was his fault and decided to give Squibbles to someone else who he thought would take care of him better. He even tells Lambie that he doesn't deserve a cuddle when she offers him one. When Doc goes to check on him, he's sitting all by himself crying and just all around looking sad.
  • Hey, That's My Line!: During "What a Quack" Stuffy, Lambie and Chilly are chasing after a duck who refuses to come to the hospital. Whenever she'd get away, Stuffy would shout "Follow that duck!". But after Lambie says it, he basically tells her that's his line.
  • "I Want" Song: "The Best Rescuer Ever" from "The Pet Rescue Team" is a song about Stuffy's desire to be the best pet rescuer around.
  • It's the Best Whatever, Ever!: In the Christmas Episode, he declares it the best Christmas ever and punctuates it for emphasis.
  • Keet
  • The Klutz: His constant tripping and clumsy attempts to look like the brave and awesome dragon he sees himself as.
  • The Lancer
  • Literal-Minded: In "Goooooal!" after Doc tells Stuffy and Lambie they can still skate from behind to win, Stuffy starts skating backwards. Also from the same episode, after Doc tells Hallie that she can see her name on the puck, Stuffy skates up to look at the puck and tells Doc that her name isn't on it at all.
    • In "Sleepless in Stuffyland", when told to count sheep to help him fall asleep, he only counts one for Lambie because Lambie is the only sheep he knows.
  • "Metaphor" Is My Middle Name: Stuffy uses this in "Think Pink!" after Hallie tells him and Lambie they need to stay cool. He then admits his middle name is actually Philbert. He does this again in "Selfless Snowman".
  • My God, What Have I Done?: Stuffy has this reaction when he accidentally got Bronty's tail tangled with his maracas in “Bronty’s Twisted Tail” believing that the pain Bronty was in was his fault.
  • Not a Morning Person: When Doc animates her toys in "My Breakfast with Bronty" Stuffy yawns and states that he doesn't think he's a morning dragon.
  • O.O.C. Is Serious Business: In the episode "Un-Bur-Able" after Doc gets all the burrs off of Stuffy and he can go back to playing he refuses to do so because he doesn't want to get hurt again. Doc gets really worried about him since she doesn't know what's wrong.
    Doc: You always love to play. So why don't you wanna play today?
  • Pink Girl, Blue Boy: The blue boy to Lambie's pink girl. Stuffy is the color blue, while Lambie wears a pink bow and tutu.
  • Punctuated! For! Emphasis!: From "A Very McStuffins Christmas":
    Stuffy: Best. Christmas. Ever!
  • Shoulder-Sized Dragon: Although he is a toy, he still qualifies for this trope due to his canon size.
  • So Proud of You: Doc to Stuffy in the episode “Arcade Escapade” when Stuffy chooses to help Gaby. Doc also says this to Stuffy in "Stuffy Gets His Scrubs" when he managed to calm all the pets down and get them back in their cages. He is rewarded by being put in charge of the veterinary clinic.
    Doc: I'm proud of you Stuffy. You really helped us out here.
  • Spiders Are Scary: He certainly believes this due to being afraid of them.
  • Unwanted Rescue: In "A Very McStuffins Christmas", Stuffy doesn't want to be rescued when Lambie and Chilly come for him because he's getting a special plush toy treatment. The two soon join him.
  • What Does This Button Do?: He loves to press buttons. Any kinds of buttons.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Stuffy is terrified of spiders.
    Stuffy: Why did it have to be spiders? Dragons hate spiders.

     Hallie 

Hallie

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"Scars tell a story about you, fairycakes. About the life you've lived and the amazing things you've done!"
Voiced by: Loretta Devine

Hallie is a stuffed hippo and a nurse who is Doc's assistant. She is friendly and treats Doc's patients with respect and good care. She is good friends with Doc and the other stuffed animals. She also has Radar O'Reilly-like intuition as to what Doc needs during an exam, which she calls a "Hippo Hunch". Within the story of the show, she originates from the television series The Hallie Hippo Happy Hour.


  • Acquired Situational Narcissism: Hallie gets this in "Big Head Hallie", after finding out she's part of a toy line based on a popular cartoon character.
  • Acting for Two: In-universe with the episode "Big Head Hallie", Hallie decides to play all the roles of the gang's "Save the princess from the dragon" game.
  • Blind Without 'Em: Hallie is blind without her glasses. Becomes a plot point in her Forgotten Birthday episode, where Doc makes her take off her glasses so the other toys can finish setting up for her surprise party.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Sometimes.
    Doc: (after Susie Sunshine yells that she doesn't feel like giggling) Susie's not feeling like herself today.
    Hallie: I can see that.
  • Fangirl: Of Florence Nightingale. Hallie practically freaked out upon meeting her. Hallie also has a fangirl reaction to Pooh.
  • "Metaphor" Is My Middle Name: Halle uses this in "Lambie and the McStuffins Babies" after offering to help deliver the new toy babies to the nursery.
    "Don't forget the hippo. "Helpings" my middle name."
  • Nice Hat: Wears a nurse hat.
  • The Smart Girl
  • Talks Like a Simile: Hallie is full of unusual phrases that she pulls out at moment's notice.
    Hallie: (regarding Doc's baby toy CeCe) CeCe's sleeping sounder than a snail on a Sunday.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: The tomboy to Lambie's girly girl

     Chilly 

Chilly

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"You can never be too prepared."
Voiced by: Jess Harnell

Chilly is a stuffed snowman who worries a lot and isn't always sure that he isn't going to melt like a real snowman.


  • Badly Battered Babysitter: He and Stuffy are tasked with babysitting in "Three's Company" but quickly finds themselves exhausted over looking after a quick little one. As it turns out, there were actually three babies.
  • The Big Guy
  • Crazy-Prepared: When everyone was saying what was in their emergency kits during "The Emergency Plan" Chilly packed bandages, sterile wrap, a sling, a new winder-upper and who knows what else. When Hallie tells him he's not a windy-uppey toy, all Chilly says is "you can never be too prepared."
  • Flat Character: With Chilly, it's pretty much always the hypochondriac shtick or worrying about melting. Really, the only time anything interesting happens with him is when he turns pink. It does get a bit better in later seasons, especially when he speaks "snowman language" to smaller toy snowmen in McStuffinsville to calm them down during a check-up.
  • Happy Place: In "Toy Hospital: Check-Up Chilly" Chilly states that stacking charts puts him in his happy place.
  • Hypochondria: Chilly is a hypochondriac stuffed snowman who regularly fears melting (he's not made of real snow), getting broken bones (he's a stuffed toy) and catching various illnesses that aren't contagious.
  • Lovable Coward: He's afraid of almost everything, but Doc and the other toys still love him for who he is.
  • Nice Hat: Wears a black top hat.
  • Real Men Wear Pink: In the episode "Think Pink" Chilly accidentally becomes pink after the red from Doc’s scarf rubs off on him in the washing machine. At first he was upset and constantly tried to hide this from the others. But in the end his friends help him see that they'll love him no matter what color he is and Chilly realizes that real snowman aren't afraid to wear pink or any other color.
    Chilly: You know, Pal? Real Snowman aren’t afraid to be different. Pink, red, green—-it's not the color that makes the snowman; it’s the snow! Or the stuffing, ha ha.
  • Running Gag: Chilly keeps forgetting he's not really made of snow and always worries he might melt.


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Toy Characters

     Sir Kirby 

Sir Kirby

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"A squire helps the knight. They help me up on my horse, pass me my jousting lance, that sort of thing."
Voiced by: Rob Paulsen

Sir Kirby is an armored knight action figure with a English accent who belongs to Donny.


  • Chained Heat: When Sir Kirby and the Wicked King get glued together, they must cooperate to get to Doc from Donny's bedroom.
  • Knight in Shining Armor: Naturally. It's even lampshaded by Peri in "Sir Kirby and the Plucky Princess" during the song they sing.
    Peri: You might be a knight in shining armor
    I know this is true.
  • Screams Like a Little Girl: Sir Kirby did this in "A Day Without Cuddles" when Stuffy accidentally stepped on his foot while giving Bronty a cuddle.

     Ricardo Racecar 

Ricardo Racecar

Voiced by: Ian Gomez, Robbie Rist (Season 4)

Ricardo Racecar is Donny's toy race car with an Italian accent.


     The Wicked King 

The Wicked King

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"To the clinic! I would point dramatically if I had arms."
Voiced by: Jess Harnell

The Wicked King sometimes acts like an evil toy when he's involved in playtime. He resembles an old Fisher Price's Little People toy because he doesn't have any hands.


  • Chained Heat: When Sir Kirby and the Wicked King get glued together, they must cooperate to get to Doc from Donny's bedroom.
  • Brutal Honesty: Sometimes.
    "Oh, for king's sake, the snowman's got a loose button on his belly, and everyone's up in arms about it. Everyone but me, that is. Because I have no arms. Zing, zing."
  • Cool Crown: He's a king, so naturally he has a crown.
  • Embarrassing First Name: Percy the Wicked King.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: In "The Wicked King and the Mean Queen", the Wicked King gives up the chance to win a game when he sees Queen Amina, his opponent, is hurt. When she asks why he did that, he replies, "I revel in being wicked, but I do not ever want anyone to get hurt." In another episode, he has to choose between winning and having a friend, and chooses to a have a friend.
  • Harmless Villain: Easily put into place by Doc, and the worst he's done is act like a schoolground bully with no grievous harm to other toys.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He genuinely cares about other toys (and Doc) from time to time.
  • The Napoleon: Is quite small and has a short temper.
  • O.O.C. Is Serious Business: In the episode "Sproingo Boingo Takes The Leap" after Doc and the toys sing that you shouldn’t do something that could hurt you, The Wicked King forfeits his spot on his team because he felt bad about what happened and leaves. Stuffy takes note of this:
    Stuffy: And you not wanting to win is so, well, unlike you.
  • Running Gag: While not as frequent as Chilly's melting worries, scenes with the Wicked King sometimes reference his lack of arms and hands.
  • Sleepwalking: He walks in his sleep in the episode "The Sleepwalking King".
  • Small Name, Big Ego: Believes that he is entitled to anything and that he should be everyone's king.

     Kiko 

Kiko

Voiced by: Janice Kawaye

A Japanese action doll Doc got from her grandmother.


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     Moo Moo 

Moo Moo

Voiced by: Colette Whitaker

     Boomer 

Boomer

Voiced by: David B. Mitchell

A soccer ball.


     Bubble Monkey 

Bubble Monkey

Voiced by: Hynden Walch


    Melinda 

Melinda

Voiced by: Dharbi Jens, Gina Bowes

A wind-up mermaid toy that Doc found in "Get Set to Get Wet".


  • Ascended Fangirl: She plays foosball with the foosball team during "Mermaid in the Midfield" when Johnny hurts himself and can't play. She manages to win the game. At the end of the episode Johnny offers her a spot on the team permanently.
  • Big "YES!": When Johnny Foosball asks her if she would like to join the team permanently, this is her reaction.
    Melinda: I'd... I'd... Yes! (Laughing) Whoo hoo!
  • Making a Splash: She's a toy mermaid who is a great swimmer.
  • Fangirl: Of foosball.

     Professor Hootsburgh 

Professor Hootsburgh

Voiced by: Laraine Newman

A plush owl who was a gift to Doc from her cousin Tisha.


  • Ascended Extra: Professor Hootsburgh gets some extra focus in later seasons, taking responsibility for the toys in the new baby's nursery, and also teaching the medical students in the "Toy Hospital" segments.
  • Bookworm: Professor Hootsburgh loves to read.
  • Blind Without 'Em: She cannot read without glasses.
  • Cool Teacher: In "Nurse's Office" when Doc's toys decide they want to go to school, Professor Hootsburgh becomes their teacher.
    • In "Hooty's Duty" Professor Hootsburgh volunteers to become the teacher for the new baby toys.
    • In "First Day of Med School" the Professor becomes the teacher of Stuffy, Lambie and Chilly to teach them how to be med students. She's seen teaching them in multiple season 4 episodes.
  • Friendly Rivalry: Has one with Li'l Egghead the handheld trivia game.
  • The Owl-Knowing One: She's an owl professor so she naturally knows a lot of stuff and she enjoys teaching others.

     Val 

Val

Voiced by: Jennifer Hale


     Bronty 

Bronty

Voiced by: Jeffrey Nicholas Brown


  • All Animals Are Dogs: Despite being a brontosaurus, Bronty's personality and mannerisms are essentially those of a large, playful, hyperactive dog. Even the sound of his voice strongly evokes this image.
  • Big Fun: When he first meets the other toys, Bronty plays really rough and ends up causing a spate of "Bronto Boo-boos."
  • Everything's Better with Dinosaurs
  • Keet: Bronty acts like one of those 6-year-olds that are wired on orange sodas. You know, kinda hooked on energy drinks. And he is even more of a Keet than Stuffy is, which is saying something.
  • Motor Mouth: Talks really fast from time to time.
  • Talking in Your Sleep: In "Toy Hospital: The Most Impatient Patient," Bronty comments "I chase a ball," in his sleep.

     Sidney 

Sidney

Voiced by: Steven Blum

  • Agony of the Feet: This happens to him in "Black Belt Kangaroos" after he kicks a LEGO-like wall trying to do a karate move that he wasn't ready for.

     The Dude 

The Dude

Voiced by: Jess Harnell

  • The Ace: He is good at almost everything he tries.

     Waddly Penguin 

Waddly Penguin


     Squibbles 

Squibbles

Squibbles is a toy pet who was found in the park by Doc, Stuffy, Lambie, Chilly and Squeakers while they were playing hide and seek. Doc decided to take Squibbles home to make signs in an attempt to find his owner, but during this time he would follow Stuffy around and lick him, much to Stuffy's annoyance. But as time grew on, Stuffy grew to love Squibbles and was very sad when his kid came to pick him up not wanting him to go. Luckily, this wasn't Squibbles' kid and Stuffy gets to adopt Squibbles.


  • All Animals Are Dogs: Squibbles is basically a ball of fuzz with eyes, a nose and mouth, colorful stripes, legs, and antennae. His behavior, however, is like that of a small, very excitable dog and he basically makes noises like a dog.
  • Cuteness Proximity: How everyone (minus Stuffy) reacted towards Squibbles the first time they meet him during "A Dragon's Best Friend". This happens to Stuffy as well later on, so much so that he ends up adopting Squibbles as his pet.
  • Empathy Pet: When Squibbles sees that Stuffy is sad in "Stuffy Gets His Scrubs" he immediately jumps on him and starts licking him in an attempt to cheer him up.
  • Fuzz Therapy: Is a therapy pet.
  • Precious Puppy: Squibbles acts like a cute, adorable little puppy.
  • Ridiculously Cute Critter: Squibbles meets the definition - he's basically a ball of fuzz that looks a lot like the voorpaks from Star Wars, but much more colorful.
  • The Voiceless: He's technically this being a toy pet and all.

     Stanley 

Stanley


  • Freudian Excuse: His kid left him at the airport with a bunch of other forgotten toys. It's the reason he hates kids and believes that broken toys don't have a place in this world. Turns out, his kid has been searching for him ever since and Stanley forgives him in the end.
  • Mix-and-Match Critter: He's a half-lion/half-bunny toy, though he was originally just a lion.
  • Pie in the Face: He gets pied by his own trap that he set. He then gets ice cream on the head because it was set to "pie a la mode."
  • Un-Evil Laugh: In "Toy Hospital: Welcome to McStuffinsville," he gives a sort of weird barking/coughing laugh when trying for an evil laugh. This become a Running Gag throughout until finally his broken heart is fixed and he rediscovers his happy laugh, which everyone likes.
    Tiggley: What was that?
    Stanley: It's my laugh of evil.
    Tiggley: Yeah, needs some work.


Human Characters

     Mr. Marcus McStuffins and Dr. Maisha McStuffins 

Mr. Marcus McStuffins and Dr. Maisha McStuffins

Mr. McStuffins is voiced by: Gary Anthony Williams
Dr. McStuffins is voice by: Kimberly Brooks

The parents of Doc, Donny and Maya.


    Donny McStuffins 

Donny McStuffins

Voiced By: Jaden Betts, Andre Robinson

Doc's younger brother.


  • Annoying Younger Sibling: Averted. Donny and Doc have a pretty great relationship and Donny is always willing to let Doc play with his toys.
  • The Runaway: He tries to be this in "Runaway Love" when he's worried that he won't be loved anymore when the new baby comes, but he doesn't get very far.

     Emmie and Alma 

Emmie and Alma

Emmie is voiced by: Kylee Anderson, Zoe Pessin
Alma is voiced by: Caitlin Carmichael

Emmie is Doc's best friend and Alma is Emmie's little sister.


    Grandma McStuffins 

Grandma McStuffins

Voiced by: Dawnn Lewis

Doc's grandmother.


  • Cool Old Lady: Doc's Grandma is an amazing person who loves to travel the world and give her grandkids gifts. She even gave Doc both Hallie and her magical stethoscope.
  • The Ghost: Ever since season one, she was constantly mentioned on the show, but was never shown. Grandma McStuffins made her first official appearance in the season three episode "Bringing Home Baby", where we find out that she gave Doc her magical stethoscope and that she was always aware of its powers.
  • The Medic: Like her granddaughter, she's a doctor to toys everywhere and was in charge of the hospital at McStuffinsville for the longest time before handing it off to Doc.
  • No Name Given: We never find out what her actual name is.

     Maya McStuffins 

Maya McStuffins

Voiced by: Kari Wahlgren

The newest member of the McStuffins family.


     Dev 

Dev

Voiced by: Julian Zane

A boy with a huge imagination who is accidentally transported to McStuffinsville the day of a big storm.


  • Fear of Thunder: Was shown to be afraid of thunder and lightning, and just storms in general, in his debut episode. He gets over it a little bit by the end of the episode after the day he just had.
  • Mr. Imagination: Dev is noted for having an amazing imagination.
  • The Leader: Near the end of "First Responders to the Rescue" he becomes the leader to the new First Responders Team in McStuffinsville.
  • You Can Talk?: In "First Responders to the Rescue," he has this reaction when he discovers Chilly in his room, searching for Dev's hurt toy, and Chilly slips up and talks.
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