Jack's Enemy Within. He's had a few cameos and one major appearance in the 2016 Halloween episode.
- Ax-Crazy: In Say Goodbye, he's introduced before taking over Jack's body and slitting his throat.
- Big Bad: Just as Darkiplier is the main villain for Mark's channel, it's safe to say that Anti is this trope for Jack. Humorously, the two (Anti and Dark) see each other as The Rival.
- Black Eyes of Evil: He has these in several glitches, which gives him a slightly insect-like look.
- Demonic Possession/Split Personality Take Over: It's unclear as to what Anti really is, so it wouldn't be incorrect to assume that either one of these events occurred during Say Goodbye.
- Enemy Within: Shares a body with Jack.
- Expy: Anti originally was a fanon evil version of Jack that was reminiscent of Darkiplier. Later averted when Jack decided to create his own version of the character.
- Acknowledged here◊.
- Fun with Acronyms: This Instagram post uses "Anti" to form the backronym "And Now Tempting Inside".
- A God Am I: It's subtle, but it's there. In "DARKIPLIER vs ANTISEPTICEYE", he says "This world is mine! These people are mine!"
- Hostile Show Takeover: Implied. Jack's answer to people freaking out about Anti's return was "he never left".
- Interface Screw: His presence causes this in videos (see Ominous Visual Glitch below), as well as in text-based messages like Instagram post captions, YouTube captions, and tweets; whenever he's near, text becomes Zalgofied.
- Ironic Name: Antiseptic is another word for a healing cure.
- Knight of Cerebus: He managed to turn an innocent little pumpkin-carving vlog into something much more sinister.
- Kubrick Stare: Done here while sporting an eerie black hood that makes him look awfully like Darth Sidious.
- Large Ham: As per Jack's personality, he tends to be rather theatrical.
- Laughing Mad: Does this frequently.
- Leitmotif: Downplayed example, but anytime he makes a cameo, high-pitched static can be heard.
- Manipulative Bastard: Has no problem using other people as pawns to further his ideas, including Jack's friend Dr. Schneeplestein, and boasts about the amount of control he possesses over all.
- Nightmare Fuel Station Attendant
- Ominous Visual Glitch: Anti first appeared in the the form of green Freeze-Frame Bonus glitches in Jack's video webcam for the duration of October 2016. He can be seen making odd and jerky movements, with the occasional Slasher Smile.
- Real Men Wear Pink: Sean once jokingly said Anti's into crotcheting.
- "The Reason You Suck" Speech: He gives one that is directed at Jack, though he faces the audience as he says it.
- Slashed Throat: After Say Goodbye, he has a knife wound on his throat, helping to differentiate himself from his non-possessed counterpart.
- Slasher Smile: Enjoys giving out lots of sinister grins.
- Smug Snake: He shows shades of this, claiming everything that isn't him is weak.
- Voice of the Legion: His growly, scratchy voice sounds as though it's been corrupted and overlaid with Jack's voice.
- Affectionate Parody: Of the trickshot videos popularized by Dude Perfect. His trickshots are not instantaneous and are often preceded by ample failure.
- Break the Cutie: At the end of the TIE playthrough, it turns outfit AQ that his wife divorced from him, he only sees his kids on weekends and his best friend Jack is in a coma. In the third part of Stories Untold you can hear his broken voice saying: 'Jack, this is Chase. You need to wake up...'
- Broken Tears: Breaks down weeping after he tries talking to one of his kids on the phone only for them to hang up on him.
- Comical Overreacting: Just like Dude Perfect, Chase screams and loses his mind when he makes a trickshot (usually due to how long it takes for him to make one).
- Dramatic Wind: Is seen posing with his hair blowing several times...only for the camera to pan and reveal that he's using an ordinary metal fan.
- Driven to Suicide: Commits suicide with his Nerf gun in his final trick, "Stacy, I Love You (Please Don't Go)".
- Foot-Dragging Divorcee: His dedication to perfecting his trickshots has estranged him from his wife to the point that she is threatening to divorce him and take their children with her.
- Fratbro: Parodied and played for laughs.
- Large Ham: Has a tendency to yell loudly when he completes a trickshot.
- Nice Hat: Wears a trademark snapback.
- The Perfectionist: He's committed to mastering his trickshots to a fault; it leaves him with no time to be a father or a husband, which is why his family has effectively disowned him.
- Reality Ensues: He deconstructs trickshot videos by showing what would normally be edited out. His trickshots take long times to complete and he misses a lot.
Henrik Von Schneeplestein
- Appears in: The Jacksepticeye Power Hour - Dr. Septiceye, Amateur Surgeon Christmas Edition (playthrough), KILL JACKSEPTICEYE | Bio Inc. Redemption (playthrough)
- Blue Is Heroic: He normally wears a blue shirt and mask to match his eyes, with an additional blue cap on occasion. This trope properly comes into play in the "KILL JACKSEPTICEYE" video, in which which Schneeplestein serves as an Anti-Hero trying to save Jack from death while trying to resist posessesion from Anti. In this case, his blue colour scheme contrasts Anti's green.
- Deadly Doctor: Although it's accidental, he has a penchant for killing more patients than he helps.
- Demonic Possession: Seemingly falls victim to this from Anti in episode 5 of Bio Inc Redemption, who forces him to kill Jack and then calls him weak afterwards.
- The Ditz: For starters, he claims he graduated from "Doctor College", believes that humans came to Earth 14 years ago, and thinks that the penis bone is in the leg.
- Herr Doktor: Parodied and played for laughs.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Although Jack seems to like him, Schneeplestein has shown disdain towards him, although he did end up calling Jack one of his dearest friends and trying to operate on him in an episode of Bio Inc Redemption. Anti gets to him before Schneeplestein is able to help him.
- Lethally Stupid: Has killed several patients as a result of his incompetence.
- Mind-Control Eyes: The glitches in the "KILL JACKSEPTICEYE" video make his eyes flash green/blue, possibly to signify Anti taking over his body.
- Narcissist: Has shown shades of it; primarily, he says he wears his mask to hide his beautiful face from the audience.
- O.O.C. Is Serious Business: Gets increasingly unwound in the Bio Inc Redemption video where he's trying to operate on Jack and all of his efforts to help him only make things worse.
- Unwitting Pawn: Becomes one for Anti against his will.
- The Von Trope Family: His last name, von Schneeplestein, is a nod to his Herr Doktor characterisation.
The Whole Family
- Badass Family: Jack created them with this intent, but they turned out to be the exact opposite.
- Big Fancy House: After Billy and Abby died, Jack decided to use a cheat to give the family millions of Simoleons (50,000 at a time) to be able to afford a huge mansion-like house that he calls "Castle McBoss". In episode 19, he adds two cowplants that serve as security guards so to speak, and in episode 20 he adds a swimming pool at the top floor (until it starts fucking with the rest of the rooms).
- Bizarrchitecture: In episode 17, Jack admitted to not knowing what was happening with his house architecture.
- The Ditz: Everyone in the original version of the family. Or everyone period.
- After the house gets rebuilt in episode 4, everyone in the family will do different things in the wrong places (ex: cooking in the bathroom) or sleep in someone else's bed.
- Growing Up Sucks: Jack sometimes regrets aging family members up so quickly, and especially voiced discomfort for aging Steve up to an elder, which meant he was closer to dying.
- Tangled Family Tree: Jack starts losing track of people's relations to each other after Tiberius is introduced, since he isn't accustomed to adopted people in his family.
Steve and Betty
- Battle Couple: Presumably, as astronauts.
- Body Horror: Whenever the two find themselves occupying the same space or being "inside each other".
- Everybody Has Lots of Sex: Ever since Steve and Betty's first session in episode 7, Jack has had them doing lots of lovemaking.
- Gadgeteer Genius: Steve and Betty single-handedly build rockets in episode 10.
- Renaissance Man: In episode 10, Steve and Betty go from an entertainer and writer's assistant (respectively) to astronauts.
- Silly Walk: In episode 5, Steve and Betty have a very amusing walk after visiting the bar. Jack likens them to zombies.
- Supreme Chef: Both Steve and Betty are capable of baking cakes that so pristine in quality that they sparkle.
- When Boss Vader cooks, Jack says, "You're watching Gordon Ramsay at work here."
- Zero-G Spot: In episode 10, Jack has them make love in a rocket, only for it to unexpectedly take off, leaving a heart trail, and return after some time. Jack then remarks that they've joined the "Fifty Mile-High Club".
Steve McBoss / Boss Vader
The father in the McBoss family, named for Segway Steve in Happy Wheels but designed after Jack himself.
In episode 8, he was briefly turned into "Boss Vader", donning a Darth Vader mask and all-black clothing with a red tie. In episode 10, he became an astronaut alongside Betty. In episode 17, he aged up into an elder, and he was aged back into an adult in episode 22.
- The Ace: Is good at cooking, regularly has wild space adventures, and can make a drink perfectly the first time.
- Ash Face: After extinguishing himself in episode 3 after accidentally setting himself on fire, it's more of an Ash Body.
- Author Avatar: Parodied; Jack made him to be a reflection of himself, but decided to add in huge muscles and the largest butt the game provided. After the Sim was made, he frequently accidentally referred to him as "Jack".
- Five episodes in, Jack commented on how different he is from Steve in the sense that while Steve and Betty are living together in harmony, his girlfriend's in Korea and Jack is in Ireland making videos.
- After Steve became an elder, Jack voiced his discomfort about it, but stated that he felt like it was even since in real life, Jack does have grey hairs.
- Badass Beard: When initially designed, Steve was given a more modest beard more resemblant of Jack's, but as time went on he got a full husky beard as seen in the spacesuit photo.
- Badass in a Nice Suit: At the start of episode 20 as he's going off to work.
- Being Tortured Makes You Evil: Slight downplaying; after all that Billy's put him through, by episode 2 he's already having homicidal thoughts.Steve: (staring at blood on the wall) I wish this was Billy.
- Covered in Gunge: At the start of episode 19 while talking with one of the Abbies.
- Covert Pervert: Jack theorized that Steve uses the family's big observatory outside the house to spy on neighbors.
- Dirty Coward: Immediately ditches the house with his wife after she starts a fire on the stove.
- The Ditz: In episode 3, he couldn't extinguish a fire without it spreading to his own body.
- Establishing Character Moment: As soon as Jack builds the family's house, Steve migrates to the bathroom to take a shit.
- Grandpa, What Massive Hotness You Have: Jack notes that after aging up into an elder, Steve still looks attractive.
- Jerkass: In episode 5, while conversing with Betty on the street, Steve starts having a cookie only to lay it on the ground. Jack is disgusted, commenting about how Steve could act so ungrateful when there are people that don't have cookies.
- Lethal Chef: Struggled to make scrambled eggs in episode 2.
- Manchild: Jack did give him the goofball trait.
"He's like a five-year-old!"
- In ep. 4, Jack has Steve jump around in his bunny slippers in a puddle of toilet water.
- Mr. Fanservice: Was designed as such.
- Nice Hat: Just like Jack's.
- Nightmare Fuel Station Attendant: In episode 5, Jack notes that when he's scaring children on the Space Monster, he looks like a pedophile ready to pounce on his prey.
- Only Sane Man: Has to deal with everyone's crap 24/7 to the point where Jack states that the only amiable person Steve can talk to is himself.
- Palette Swap: After aging into an elder, he looks the exact same but has all of his hair turned grey.
- Parental Incest: Jack feels guilty for thinking that Bitty is attractive as a teen, but starts getting conflicted over whether he should feel that way since technically she's Steve's daughter.
- To be honest, it's a bit weird how Steve sleeps in the same bed as Bitty and not Betty.
- Power Walk: Purposely given a badass walk.
- Real Men Cook: Jack marvels at Steve's ability to cook his own food and clean up after himself.
- Red and Black and Evil All Over: Slightly subverted, as Boss Vader isn't made to be a villainous character.
- The Scapegoat: In episode 3, Steve has to miss a day of work due to Betty causing a fire in the kitchen, and for all his work he just gets an angry call from his boss.
- Teeny Weenie: In episode 15, after Jack put lights in Bella and Bitty's bathroom (which Steve was bathing in for some reason), Jack remarked, "Now you can finally see your micropenis."
- Would Hurt a Child: Judging by his homicidal thoughts towards Billy, and then after his death Jack states that he dreams about strangling Billies.
The mother in the McBoss family, named for Betty in Happy Wheels and designed after Jack's Korean girlfriend.
In episode 10, she became an astronaut alongside Steve after previously working as a writer's assistant, but quit her job in episode 18. In episode 19, she became a criminal.
- The Ace: Jack reveres her for her cooking skills.
- Betty is also capable of doing insane tricks with her knives and bowls, although at one point she did hit herself in the head with her bowl.
- Betty's the first one to catch a cowplant berry.
- Badass in a Nice Suit: In her outfit for her criminal job, Jack dubs her as "the Godmother".
- Covered in Gunge: In episode 15, demonstrating the additions the dev team made to the game to allow Sims to look dirty and sooty.
- Dirty Coward: How does she react to starting a fire on the stove? She runs out of the house.
- The Ditz:
- In episode 2, she starts flirting with an old man that may/may not have said that she has crabs.
- Causing a fire in episode 3 that renders half the kitchen appliances useless, forcing Jack to sell some of the items in the house to just barely afford a new fridge.
- After the toilet starts stinking up in episode 4, Betty still goes to take a shit.
- In episode 5, Betty's at the bar and decides to go behind the table and cause the mixer to start dropping stuff. And then she sleeps on the couch in the bar.
- At the end of episode 12, after spending all of her time working on her ship to get it in optimal condition, she crashes it on her landing.
- In episode 18, she goes out fishing and catches a cowplant berry only to eat it when she returns home.
- Feminine Women Can Cook: Jack gives her the cooking skill and repeatedly states that he's not being sexist about it.
- However, she is not above some potential faults, as she did cause a fire in episode 3.
- Hartman Hips: Jack has even commented on them.
- I Can't Dance: Much to Jack's displeasure, Betty has some cringe-worthy dance abilities.
- Jerkass: Only cooking fish tacos for herself and then, for some godly reason, going into Billy's room to eat them.
- Laser-Guided Karma:
- In ep. 3, as a result of Betty rendering parts of the kitchen useless due to setting them on fire, Jack decides to sell some of the items in the master bedroom to get enough money to replace the kitchen appliances she destroyed.
- In ep. 4, Jack has Betty clean the toilet up after she worsens the condition of the already stinky toilet.
- Male Gaze / Ms. Fanservice:
- Jack is upset about the pixellation that's in the way while Betty's taking a bath, yet gets super defensive when he thinks the audience is trying to peek.
- When Betty goes out jogging in episode 5, Jack immediately angles the camera to get a good look at her butt.
- Manchild: In episode 12, after reaching level 7 in rocket science, she still turns her rocket science book into a personified being by moving its covers like a mouth.
- Near-Death Experience: In episode 10 when she flies her rocket into space with Steve but suffers some technical problems, gets lost in the nebula, and barely gets out alive.
- Nice Hat: When going to her criminal job, she wears a slick black fedora.
- Pass the Popcorn: In episode 6, Jack notes how weird Betty looks when she's eating "hamburger cake" while Steve is showering in the same room with a very enthusiastic look on her face.
- Perpetual Smiler: All the time, often leading to Jack joking about her looking stoned.
- Power Walk:Jack: Look at that proud saunter that she has going on! She is feeling good about herself! She is an empowered woman!
- Running Gag: Whenever she tries talking with someone on the street, someone will always butt in to the conversation.
- The Stoner: A potential explanation as to why she smiles so much...
- Suicidal Overconfidence: Flies a rocket into space without going to Flight School. No wonder she almost died.
- The Unfavorite: Probably tied with Billy for the title of Jack's least likable McBoss.
- Vomit Indiscretion Shot: In episode 15, the camera doesn't shy away from her vomiting, much to Jack's horror.
The second daughter of the McBoss family, introduced in episode 7.
Got aged up into a high school student and then to a young adult in episode 11. In episode 13, she is revealed to be a lesbian and marries a female. In the following episode, she became the mother of an adopted son named Tiberius.
She is the sister of the two Abbies.
- The Ace:
- Was the first to make it to the pond in the impromptu "race" at the end of episode 18.
- In episode 20, she became a top eSport gamer.
- Affectionate Nickname: Jack sometimes calls her "(the) Bit".
- All Girls Like Ponies: Subverted; Jack gives her a stuffed unicorn (briefly).
- Book Dumb: Yeah, she can be a bit ditzy, but she is averagely intelligent despite reportedly having meh grades.
- Captain Oblivious: When unaware of her parents' lovemaking. Especially amusing in episode 10 when Jack has the parents have sex in a rocket ship, only for it to take off and leave a trail of hearts while Bitty's left there sipping her drink.
- Character Development: Episode 12 was almost exclusively dedicated to this for Bitty. In the previous episode, Bitty was turned down by a boy, which led Jack to think that maybe she's into girls. In the following episode, Bitty was made lesbian and given a female girlfriend who she lost her virginity to and later married.
- Cloudcuckoolander: Judging by her outlandish tastes in music and eccentric dancing taken from Steve.
- The Cracker: Once Bitty is grown, Jack has her pursue technology, having her first job be as a tech support agent and having her read up about video games and programming. Jack is able to have her hack into a trust fund and get Simoleons out of it.
- Creepy Child: Jack was completely creeped out when he saw that Bitty was talking to Freddy as a child.
- The Ditz: Jack has noted that despite being born to smart parents, Bitty isn't the brightest.
- Has a penchant for breaking the fridge.
- In episode 11, Betty's birthday party was a failure because Bitty put the cake on the floor instead of serving it to the guests.
- Deciding to randomly have a nap while taking a bath.
- In episode 12, she not only messes up when she tries to cook for herself, but she dirties the floor.
- Enfant Terrible: Jack believed her to be this considering she wasn't fazed in the slightest when her father turned into Boss Vader.
- Girls Love Stuffed Animals: Though only God knows how she could love Freddy.
- Gonk: Jack admits that he initially intended to create her to be horrifically ugly, but scrapped the idea.
- Growing Up Sucks: Inverted; Jack's aging Bitty up means she doesn't have to go to school and can focus on work to bring in money for the family. Also, Jack can get rid of her toys and such, which means he can finally get rid of Freddy.
- Jerkass: In episode 10, Jack berates her for her lack of manners on not turning the stereo off before going to bed.
- Like Father, Like Son: Has a penchant for passing out on the bench like Betty.
- Manchild: In episode 12, Jack complains about how Bitty is in her twenties but still plays in the bath.
- Meaningful Name: In episode 12, Jack explains that he gave Bitty her name because she was supposed to be an itty-bitty McBoss/version of Betty.
- The Reveal: In episode 12, Jack hypes up "a surprise wedding" and notes that he got Bitty a partner and future spouse. It turns out that Bitty's spouse is female.
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: Near the end of episode 11, Bitty is notably seen running into the house when her parents take off to space.
- Stepford Smiler: While her parents are having sex in the observatory, she's innocently eating her cereal with a smile that looks a bit too innocent. Of course, Jack took the idea and ran with it."Mommy and Daddy are just playing, right? They're just wrestling. Blaring out the music, can't hear anything! Just this song in the background. Never mind the squeaks."
- Straight Gay
- Yawn and Reach: Does this to Bella in episode 13.Jack: Ohhhh, subtle! The old "arm around the shoulder"!
- Zero-G Spot: WooHoos in Steve's rocket ship with Bella in episode 18.
A Sim that is one of Bitty's best friends. They later develop a lesbian relationship and marry in episode 13. She ages up into an elder in episode 17 and is aged back down to an adult in episode 22.
She currently is working as a scientist.
- Hot Scientist: As of episode 24.
- Lipstick Lesbian: Well, she was married to a man before she married Bitty, so she is more Bi the Way, but in Jack's playthroughs, she counts as this trope.
- Ms. Fanservice: Jack drew comparisons between her and Jessica Rabbit when he first saw her in the red dress, and even without the dress she has a more chiseled body.
- Start of Darkness: In episode 20, Jack takes Bella's job as a secret agent and turns her into a villain.
- Zero-G Spot: WooHoos in Steve's rocket ship with Bitty in episode 18.
Abbie and Abbie McBoss
Twin sisters born by Betty in episode 15, and the third and fourth daughters of the McBoss family. Their names are identical due to Jack not knowing they were twins and accidentally putting in "Abbie" a second time when a second prompt appeared. At one point, Jack gave them the nicknames of "Abbie the First" and "Abbie the Second".
In episode 18, they were both aged up into teenagers.
They were the aunts of Tiberius and the sisters of Bitty.
- Amazonian Beauty: Abbie the Second is made to be a bodybuilder once she ages into a teenager.
- Badass Bookworm: Abbie the Second is not only made to be a bookworm, but a bodybuilding bookworm.
- Hair-Contrast Duo: The only way to differentiate them as children; one Abbie has cornrows, the other has Mickey Mouse hair.
- Kid With The Remote Control: They are both given the job of caretaker to Bessie and Suzy (Abbie the Second in episode 19, and Abbie the First in episode 20 and onwards).
- Meganekko: Abbie the Second is revealed to be one in episode 20, wearing glasses to sleep for some reason (unless it's eye protection from the gnomes that come in and poke your eyes).
- Ms. Fanservice / Male Gaze: Jack is taken by surprise when he sees Abbie the Second's butt.
- Nature Lover: Jack gives Abbie the Second the traits of being a serial romantic and a lover of the outdoors, so that she will "fall in love with nature". However, in episode 20, due to not playing the game for a while, Abbie the First is made into the regular cowplant caretaker, since she's wearing a green shirt that can be associated with the green of nature.
- One Steve Limit: Broken accidentally.
- Single-Minded Twins: They're pretty much one and the same from what they wear (cap and overalls) and how they act.
- Tomboy: If you saw them in their baseball caps and overalls without knowing their gender, you'd probably think they were boys.
The third child and only son of Betty and Steve. He was born in episode 24 and is based off of Jack.
He is currently working as a detective.
- Author Avatar
- Establishing Character Moment: The first two things that Jack does is acquire the video game skill and go after cake. The real Jack doesn't wait to lampshade that.
- Heroes Want Redheads: Becomes engaged to Kasey, his redheaded coworker, in episode 27.
- Nice Hat: Just like the one his creator often wears.
- Office Romance: With Kasey as of episode 27.
The second son of the McBoss family, and the adopted child of Bella and Bitty, introduced in episode 14. He was formerly named Rolando when first adopted.
He was aged up to a high schooler in episode 16, and then to a young adult in episode 18. In episode 20, he pursued success in an athletic job but was killed by Bessie when she baited him with cake.
Tiberius was the nephew of the two Abbies.
- Awesome Mc Coolname: Although his original name (Rolando) was pretty damn awesome, Jack upped the ante by renaming him to Tiberius.Jack: Tiberius McBoss. If that doesn't get you into the Academy of Manly Bastards, nothing will.
- Black Comedy: Jack laughs after Tiberius is eaten once Death shows up.
- Child Prodigy: After he got aged up, he was given the "whiz kid" trait and the "bookworm" aspiration.
- Cool Shades: While swimming with Betty in episode 17.
- Creepy Child: In episode 15, Jack finds Tiberius eating his cereal while creepily watching Bella and Bitty sleeping."Are you sleeping, grandma?"
- Enfant Terrible: Believed by Jack to be a "devil baby" hellbent on world domination as soon as he sees Bitty cradling him.
- Has Two Mommies: He was adopted by Bitty and Bella.
- Schmuck Bait: Falling victim to Bessie's cake bait got him eaten and killed.
- The Social Expert: Spends a lot of time in episode 17 chatting it up with the Abbies.
- The Unfavorite: When he died, Jack laughed hysterically. When a prompt came up when he clicked on Death as Steve for him to plead for Tiberius' life, Jack quickly turned it down.
The first son in the McBoss family, named for little Billy in Happy Wheels. In episode 4, he was taken by social services/starved to death six hours after Abby; both were confined in small featureless spaces.
- Determinator: You gotta give the little kid props for surviving as long as he did without nourishment or care, and for lasting six hours longer than Abby did before social services came.
- The Ditz: There are some moments where Billy does some unwise things that are just out of ignorance instead of actual ill will.
- While the parents are talking, Billy walks in and starts reading.
- The first time Billy wakes up to get ready for school, Jack checks on him to find that he somehow messed up the toilet.
- Enfant Terrible / Jerkass: Besides his affiliation with the other Billy, Jack gave him the "evil" trait when designing him. Ironically enough, he actually used to clean the house when he was alive, to the point Jack actually thought that he was the only good family member.
- Fan Disservice: Despite the game offering a pixel mosaic for nudity, Jack is very displeased to see Billy showering.
- Laser-Guided Karma: In episode 4, he gets his door removed alongside Abby's, and eventually all of the items inside are removed as well.
- The Unfavorite: Much like the other Billy, and probably tied with Betty for being the family's least likable member.
- Jack says that it would not be desirable to come home from a hard day's work to have Billy be the first thing you see.
- Jack has Betty cook mac and cheese for Billy, only to have Steve be the one to eat it.
The first daughter in the McBoss family, named for Abigail in Happy Wheels. She was taken by social services/starved to death in episode 4 six hours before Billy; both were confined in small featureless spaces.
- Creepy Child: While Steve tries to sleep in preparation for his job as an entertainer in episode 2, Abby sits on the other side of the bed with a creepy smile.
- The Ditz:
- Abby is almost always in the bedroom reading or goofing off with her book when Steve and Betty are trying to sleep.
- Fan Disservice: Jack is unhappy to see Abby in her underwear in episode 3, despite establishing that the McBosses were a pants-free family.
- After Jack has to sell some of the items in the house to just barely be able to afford a fridge, Abby breaks it after a good five minutes.
- After the house is built, Abby goes to the master bedroom and sleeps there, much to Jack's chagrin.
- Laser-Guided Karma: In episode 4, she gets her door removed alongside Billy's, and eventually all of the items inside are removed as well.
Bessie and Suzy
The two cowplants owned by the family. They were introduced in episode 19.
Between the two, Bessie grew into a fully mature cowplant first with about a three-hour difference.
- Backstory Horror: Apparently Bessie eats people only to spit them out because she's bulimic.
- Beware the Nice Ones: Do not trust their nice, innocent, cute personas. They're capable of eating people when properly triggered. Poor Tiberius.
- The Cake Is a Lie: A literal example, with how the cowplants use cake as bait. When Tiberius first falls victim to it, Jack even name drops the trope.
- Gentle Giant: Although Jack still does admit to being scared shitless by them.
- Man-Eating Plant: In episode 20, Bessie eats Tiberius (she does spit him out). Then she eats him and swallows him.
- Schmuck Bait: Quite a malevolent example; the cowplants use cake to lure in victims.
Freddy / Penis face
A giant teddy bear owned by Bitty. His original name was "Penis face", although in episode 10 Jack changed it "Freddy", naming him after Freddy Fazbear, the titular character in the Five Nights at Freddy's series. Freddy was originally introduced alongside Rectum Fluid. In episode 10, Jack sold Freddy since Bitty was too old to still be having toys and stuffed animals, but gave him a return in episode 14 when Tiberius was born.
- Bears Are Bad News: Just like his namesake (though not as aggressive), Freddy is one creepy bear.Jack: I don't know why people think teddy bears are a good idea. Bears are ferocious! Have you seen Far Cry?
- Black Bead Eyes: Wide, unblinking ones. Except when they are closed..
- The Dreaded: To Jack, who always hates it when people talk to Freddy.
- Intentionally Awkward Name: Back when he was named Penisface.
- Nightmare Fuel Station Attendant: He has an extremely creepy persona due to him staring at Bitty while she sleeps.
- Those Two Animals: With Rectum Fluid before he got sold.
- Weirdness Censor: Jack seems to be the only one who finds something wrong with Freddy.
A giant stuffed unicorn formerly owned by Bitty. Was originally introduced alongside Freddy but was ultimately sold due to taking up space in Bitty's bedroom.
A Sim that Bitty conversed with in episode 12; potentially served as her first love interest, although Zest turned her down, much to Jack's chagrin. He later returned for Bella's birthday party in episode 17.
- Jerkass: His looks alone scream "douchebag" (pompous hair, spiffy clothes, swagger walk), but Jack and him have especially strained relationships due to Zest turning down Bitty.
- Minor Major Character: Despite being a background character, it's kind of a good thing that he turned down Bitty since that led to her deciding to become a lesbian.
A coworker and love interest of Jack's. She become engaged to Jack in episode 27.
- Office Romance: With Jack as of episode 27.
- Back for the Dead: In Episode 4, when he finally bleeds out after several days after having his hand shot off.
- Butt-Monkey: Got beaten constantly by the inmates and the guards, could barely walk out of his cell without being threatened, and could never land a basket at the basketball net. Gets his revenge in Episode 3.
- Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: Comments are frequently made about his stupidity, and he has a bad habit of tripping, but once Episode 3 rolls around he shows off his skills with the machine gun.
- Decoy Protagonist: In Episode 4 he dies, leading to Jack creating Kampas Kristmas.
- The Ditz: Foster was constantly tripping, and was too stupid to know how to use a computer.
- Fat Bastard: Labelled this by some of the inmates, as they found him disgusting to look at. He was definitely in better shape than Kampas Krismas, though.
- Genius Ditz: Was considered incredibly unintelligent by the other inmates, and was unable to use a computer, but could assemble knives and assault weapons with ease.
- Handicapped Badass: In Episode 3 he gets his hand shot off by a guard after going on a rampage with a machine gun. Doesn't stop him from beating other people up though. He bleeds out from his bloodied stump in Episode 4, though.
- Killed Off for Real: In Episode 4 he dies on the floor, with another inmate standing on top of his corpse.
- Men Don't Cry: Averted. Foster spent almost as much time breaking down in tears as he did tripping.
- Mysterious Past: He was sent to prison for murder, but we have no idea whose, and he had quite a reputation before he started getting beaten up constantly.
- Pose of Supplication: Adopted this whenever he broke down crying.
- Sudden Sequel Death SyndromeDies two minutes in to Episode 4, after bleeding out from his injuries.
- Awesome Mc Coolname: Invoked by Jack when he entered the character creator, seeing it was the default name, and chose it because of how cool it was.
- The Chessmaster: Managed to manipulate his way through his jail time, both the guards, inmates, and even a judge.
- Chronic Back Stabbing Disorder: Betrayed people left and right to survive, crossing practically all the gangs at one point or another.
- Earn Your Happy Ending: Subverted. Jack reached the end of his sentence with Kampas Krismas, but his stats weren't high enough to leave prison. Jack used cheats to get him high enough, allowing Krismas to go on and lead a happy life.
- Fat Bastard: Spent most of his time in prison with a lot of excess weight, and was a devious double-crosser, but lost most of the gained weight by the time he was released.
- Genius Bruiser: Subverted. Much more intelligent than Dan Foster, Krismas was smart enough to use the computer, and to get rich making drugs, letting him buy off other inmates for protection. He wasn't much of a fighter though, although he could hold his own here and there.
- Hooker with a Heart of Gold: Was jailed for prostitution, and has a wife and kids waiting for him. He tells his children that he's a secret agent, though.
- Stout Strength: Though not as strong as Dan Foster, Kampas Krismas had muscle hidden beneath his girth.
MaverickA man trying to get Kampas Krismas to infiltrate The Avatars of Allah gang. He was at one point murdered, but returned from the dead to needle Krismas.
- Back from the Dead: The word of his death passed through the inmates and the guards, but he showed up to berate Krismas for not completing a misssion anyways.
- Faking the Dead: Presumably, otherwise Maverick's ghost showed up to tell off Krismas for not joining the Avatars of Allah.
- Posthumous Character: We didn't get to see anything of him until after he was "dead".
- Unexplained Recovery: He was murdered. It didn't stop him from choosing to never rely on Krismas for a mission again.