Characters found in Dr. Havoc's Diary.
Doctor Darren Havoc
He looks like the classic villain. He sounds like the classic villain. However, his completely logical mind and complete disdain for theatrics make him anything but. He doesn't see why it's so hard to kill an enemy as soon as you capture him. He has no intentions to outline his entire plan in minute detail to anyone before its complete. And he sees no reason why he would ever want to use a countdown clock. Basically, imagine if the coyote just wanted to buy a gun and kill the roadrunner.
- Affably Evil: For a supervillain, he's got plenty of standards and manners.
- Alcohol-Induced Idiocy: In Episode 18.
- Amazingly Embarrassing Parents:
- In Episode 10, Havoc embarrasses Ally and Kim by wearing a kooky Fun T-Shirt that says "Havoc Family Vacation". Then there's the little fact that he brought matching t-shirts.
- The Bad Guy Wins: In Episode 30, the true Big Bad, Von Duct, indirectly causes this.
- Bond Villain Stupidity: Tries his hardest to avoid this. Still ends up failing anyway.
- Butt-Monkey: Awful things happen to him constantly.
- Character Tic: Wildly articulating if he has a gun in his hand.
- Dumbass No More: After meeting Kim in 1996.
- The Dog Bites Back: He (and Brock) turns the tables against Kim in "Therapy", expressing his own anger and frustration in the form of a "Fuck you, Kim!"
- Driven to Suicide: Havoc momentarily contemplates this in Episode 15 after Kim divorces him, but fortunately doesn't go through with it.
- Drowning My Sorrows: He does this in Episode 18, still reeling from his divorce.
- Even Evil Has Standards: For a supervillain, he has a lot of morals and standards. For example, in Episode 16, even Dr. Havoc is disgusted by two white cops shooting Super Jamal for no reason. Of course, he lampshades it.Dr. Havoc: (to Super Jamal) I gotta tell you, I'm a evil supervillain hellbent on destroying the world, but this is pret-ty fucked up.
- Evil Parents Want Good Kids: Towards Ally.
- From Nobody to Nightmare: Dr. Havoc started out as a lowly bank robber with a handgun and a dream in 1996, as revealed in Episode 18.
- Henpecked Husband: Dr. Havoc's most intimidating foe of all waits at home for him: his wife.
- I Just Want to Be Loved: He reveals this during Couple's Therapy in Episode 27. Unfortunately, Kim and Brock just find it way too funny because he also said that it makes him feel like a little boy.
- Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain: You can't help but always feel sorry for this guy.
- Like an Old Married Couple: With Kim, literally.
- Married to the Job: It comes back to bite him when Kim divorces him because of this trope.
- Meaningful Name: A supervillain named Dr. Havoc who loves to cause, well, havoc.
- Only Sane Man: Mark Cope calls him "a very practical character in an absurd world and just trying to make sense of it".
- Overprotective Dad: Just look at the Jack Bauer Interrogation Techniques Dr. Havoc inflicts on his daughter's boyfriend, Jaydyn, in Episode 13!
- Prison Escape Artist: He escapes from prison multiple times per week.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Blue to his arch nemesis Brock's Red.
- Sensitive Guy and Manly Man: The Sensitive Guy to Brock's Manly Man.
- Surrounded by Idiots: Picture Mackenzie Zales, but now replace her cheer squad with henchmen.
- Take Over the World: His primary plan.
- Took a Level in Kindness: Surprisingly, if you compare his 90s self to his present self.
- Unsympathetic Comedy Protagonist
- Villainous Breakdown: When his wife divorces him in Episode 15.
- Villain Protagonist: Well, duh. And later on in the series, it gets Deconstructed.
Secret Agent Brock Mason
Doctor Havoc's arch-nemesis. He's the kind of guy who will save the world and then bang your wife all in one fell swoop. He is devilishly handsome and has sex with all types of beautiful women. He always wears a tuxedo, and is a stereotypical James Bond type of suave hero. Doctor Havoc hates him not so much because he's a good guy, but more because he's a douchebag.
- The Casanova
- The Dog Bites Back: He (and Havoc) turns the tables against Kim in "Therapy", expressing his own anger and frustration in the form of a "Fuck you, Kim!"
- Good Is Not Nice
- Good Parents: Towards his clone "son".
- Hero Antagonist: Being a parody of James Bond himself.
- Mooning: Does this to Havoc via hidden camera in plant in Episode 15.
- Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: Has caused trouble for Havoc and himself on more than one separate occasion this way.
- One Note Chef: Can only make corn dogs, much to Kim's chagrin.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Red to his arch nemesis Havoc's Blue.
- Sensitive Guy and Manly Man: The Manly Man to Dr. Havoc's Sensitive Guy.
- STD Immunity: Subverted. He has HPV, as revealed in Episode 30, even after having a gotten a vasectomy 20 years ago.
Kimberly "Kim" Havoc
Dr. Havoc's wife. They've been married for a long time and she will not let him forget how long it's taken him to take over the world. While she takes care of his child, she doesn't give him a single inch of leeway from his responsibilities as a father just because he's this close to world domination. She also cheats on him constantly.
- Entitled Bitch: For starters, see the description above.
- Hypocrite: Quite a bit. For example, complains about Brock being unfaithful to her, all the while being unfaithful to Havoc herself.
- It's All About Me: Is quite selfish, and is called out on it by Brock and Havoc in "Therapy".
- Jerkass Has a Point: As much of a hypocritical bitch she may be, she is understandably pissed off when Ally does hand stuff with Brock's mentally challenged clone.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: She may be unfaithful and overly demanding, but she can have good intentions behind it, especially if it's about her family.
- Laser-Guided Karma: Episode 30 reveals that she caught HPV thanks to constantly sleeping around with Brock.
- Like an Old Married Couple: With Darren, literally.
- Only Sane Woman: Ironically, at least back in the 1996 flashback of Episode 18, she had as much common sense as present Havoc; she's the one to point out the oddities and flaws in his steps for his bank robbery plan and blackmail.90s Kim: Do you really think that they're going to give you am armored car?90s Havoc: Uh, yeah, they just said they were. It's going to be here in 25 minutes.90s Kim: Yeah, and five minutes before that, the SWAT team is gonna come in here and shoot you in the fucking head.
- Parental Neglect: On Ally once they move into Brock's place, and Brock calls her out on it.
- Skewed Priorities: Prone to this; she calls Havoc on his phone when he's about to succeed on a plan for pettier issues.
- Took a Level in Jerkass: If you compare her 90s self to her present self.
- Tsundere: Type A. If Darren's lucky, he'll get to see her Dere side.
- Wounded Gazelle Gambit: In Episode 18 during the 1996 flashback, she pretends she's truly being held hostage and "cries" over Havoc's phone in order to teach him a lesson.
- Your Cheating Heart: She constantly cheats on her husband (Dr. Havoc) with Brock.
Dr. Havoc's and Kim's 16-year-old daughter. A ditsy, dismissive rebel.
- Bratty Teenage Daughter: And a Spoiled Brat one too, to boot.
- Drives Like Crazy: Episode 15 reveals that Kim says that Brock is getting Ally a new car after she has crashed her (Ally's) current one into a tree.
- Dumb Blonde:Havoc: Okay, well, when was the last time you got the oil (in your car) changed?Ally: I put gas in it, like, every week.Havoc: No, Ally. Gas and oil are not the same thing.
- Going Commando: Episode 24 reveals that she doesn't wear underwear.
- Like Mother, Like Daughter: In Episode 13, Havoc says that Ally gets her stubbornness from her mother.
- Mad Scientist's Beautiful Daughter: Dr. Havoc's beautiful teenage daughter.
- Multicolored Hair: Mostly blonde on the outer side, but pink in the inner side.
- Phoneaholic Teenager: To the point where she crashes her father's weapon meeting in Episode 5 to ask for the wi-fi password.
- Skipping School: Is revealed to do this in Episode 26.Ally: That's fucking bullshit, Dad.Havoc: I'm sorry, Ally, but the car's being taken away until you start showing up for class!
- Smitten Teenage Girl: With Brock.
- Strong Family Resemblance: Looks remarkably like a younger version of her mother.
Professor Von Duct
Dr. Havoc's right hand-man. Enjoys his work because he likes to make things explode. Everything in his lab is some type of weapon, including pens and office equipment. Von Duct is totally caught up in the stereotypically villainous ways to make traps and weapons. If Dr. Havoc asks for a gun, he gets to choose whether he wants a chair gun, a book gun, or a bear gun.
- Badass Cape: Wears one when his True Colors are out. Havoc (and a few others) jabs on how ridiculous he looks thanks to retaining his tool apron along with it.Havoc: Yeah, but... you can't just wear a cape and an apron. You look like a fucking vampire that teaches woodshop.
- The Bad Guy Wins: In a sense.
- Bald of Awesome
- Big Bad: In Episode 28, it's also his motivation to Take Over the World, and in the next two episodes after that, is shown to be even worse than Havoc.
- Cassandra Truth: Due to having no public recognition, nobody knows him or even takes his threats seriously at all, and thus, nobody believes that he has a giant space laser.
- Embarrassing Initials: V.D. It finally gets pointed out in Episode 30.Kim: You know VD stands for "venereal disease", right?
- Evil All Along: As revealed in Episode 28.
- Foreign-Language Tirade: Rants in German early on in Episode 2.
- Goggles Do Nothing: Well, except when he's actually doing lab work, of course.
- Herr Doktor: He's German.
- Karma Houdini: Escapes in Episode 30, after killing millions of people.
- Laughably Evil: To the point where nobody In-Universe takes him seriously and even sometimes mock him.
- Mad Scientist
- The Starscream: Does this from Episode 28 onward.
- The Von Trope Family