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A Character sheet for the cast of the beloved Nicktoon KaBlam!. We know that Henry, June and a lot of other characters are subject to Animated Actors, Art Evolution, Curtains Match the Window, Medium Awareness and No Fourth Wall already, so let's consider those covered already. Now let's get rolling.

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    Henry & June segments 

Voiced by: Noah Segan

Henry started the show as the more "normal" and laid-back host, especially compared to the (at the time) zany June. Eventually, while he was still calmer than June, he became the butt of almost every joke.

  • Ambiguously Brown: Henry is noticeably darker skinned than June and other presumably "white" characters. This of course isn't commented on. This is extra confusing when you compare Henry with his lighter voice actor Noah Segan, especially in the episode where he and June visit "The Real World" (where Henry does actually become lighter skinned).
  • Amusing Injuries: And unfortunately for him, he's at the butt of most of them.
  • Anime Hair: Just look at his picture.
  • Berserk Button: Usually he's pretty agreeable. Call him a loser or relentlessly tease him, however...(June found this out the hard way when he got fed up with her mocking him and quit in the episode Won't Stick To Most Dental Work).
  • Butt-Monkey: Oh god, yes.
  • Catchphrase: "What did I do?" and "That's cute, June".
  • The Chew Toy: It would seem that the universe hates him.
  • Love Hurts: In A Nut In Every Bite, he found himself falling for Mr. Stockdale's visiting granddaughter, Dawn. Unfortunately, he only seemed to be able to charm her by hurting himself. After Dawn leaves:
    June: I'm sorry she had to leave, Henbud.
    Henry: I'm not. She was killing me!
  • Minor Insult Meltdown: In Won't Stick To Most Dental Work, he storms off the show after June picks on him too many times.
  • No Respect Guy: Although he does occasionally get respect from June (she does have a crush on him).
  • Only Sane Man: From early on, especially since June was more of a ditzy Cloudcuckoolander than in later seasons. As the series goes on and shows off Henry's status as an arrogant Butt Monkey more while June became less ditzy yet still playful, he would trade this role with June now and then. By the show's end, the two were in situations were both served as the straight man/woman to another character who was even sillier/more obnoxious than either of them (like Mr. Stockdale).
  • Platonic Life-Partners: With June, according to Word of God.
  • Pretty Fly for a White Guy: In the episode Now With More Flava'!, he tries to become a rapper, and fails miserably. But then again... IS he white?
  • Puppy Love: With June. Maybe.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The red to June's blue.
  • Straight Man: In Season 1, to the ditzy and overly-excited early June.
  • The Power of Rock: In Your Logo Here, they attempt to make the show more educational by bringing in a singing otter who's more than a little like Barney. His teachings drive the kids crazy, so Henry lures him into a trap by playing a kickass electric guitar solo.
  • Throw the Dog a Bone: In Won't Stick to Most Dental Work.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: With June.
  • Yank the Dog's Chain: Happens to him a lot. In Won't Stick to Most Dental Work, he quits the show and opens his own restaurant. Despite it being very successful, he quits and returns to the show after seeing how heartbroken June was.
  • You Gotta Have Green Hair
  • Youthful Freckles: he has some freckles on his face.

Voiced by: Julia McIlvaine

While Henry was the calmer and more laid-back host in the early episodes, June was ditzy and just a little crazy. From Season 2 onwards, however, she became a lovable, good-hearted Deadpan Snarker. The only things that stayed the same were her cute looks and fiery temper.

  • Art Evolution: Obviously she changed as much as Henry, but inverted a bit. Her ponytail started out more "bushy" until season three-ish, where it became more of it's well-known teardrop-shape.
  • Amusing Injuries: Much less prone to it than Henry (and even so, the frequency varies by the season), but she does get her fair share of cartoon violence thrown her way.
  • Badass Adorable: On most occasions.
  • Berserk Button: Quite a few things piss her off, but don't EVER forget her birthday, unless you want her to make your life a living hell.
  • Break the Cutie: In Won't Stick To Most Dental Work, after Henry gets fed up with her teasing him and quits. She starts out reasonably well (if you can call angrily tearing up his letter and stomping on it "reasonably well"), but by the end of the episode, she's in tears because she misses him so much.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: In season one. She still has shades of this in Season 2, but becomes more of The Prankster. She then mellows out considerably in Seasons 3 and 4.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Starting in Season 2.
  • Depending on the Writer: Normally, she's a snarky yet good-hearted prankster with an attitude problem - however, in some episodes she's portrayed as a bossy brat. This stopped near the end of the show.
  • The Ditz: Only in season 1.
  • Double Standard: Abuse, Female on Male: Would Henry picking on and beating her up be as funny?
  • Even the Girls Want Her: One Season 4 episode reveals that she has some female fans who are so obsessed with her that they have based their entire appearance off her. And yes, they're as hot-tempered as she is.
  • Genius Ditz: In season one. While she was pretty good with technology, in fact making her own inventions sometimes, she was as dumb as a box of rocks.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: She's bossy, snarky, aggressive, bratty, and has a wicked short temper, but she has the biggest heart on the whole show, and has a very soft spot for animals. And despite Henry being the butt of many of her jokes, it's more than implied that she has a crush on him.
  • Lethal Chef: Her cooking is so terrible that it got her kicked out of the Logfire Girls.
  • Little Miss Snarker: Often.
  • Loving Bully: On some occasions.
  • Missing Mom: Her mother is never seen or heard of.
  • Only Sane Man: Only Sane Woman: Certainly not in the early episodes, but she slowly starts to grow into this role as the show goes on - especially as the shows begins to emphasize Henry's arrogant Butt-Monkey status. By the third and fourth seasons, Henry and June were trading off on this role, and often both played Only Sane Man to another character who was even sillier than they were.
  • Platonic Life-Partners: With Henry, according to Word of God.
  • Puppy Love: With Henry.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The blue to Henry's red.
  • Scout-Out: The episode The KaBlair! Witch Project reveals that she used to be a "Logfire Girl", but was given the boot for her horrible cooking.
  • She Cleans Up Nicely: She's shown to be quite beautiful in a dress (as beautiful as the crude art style can get, of course).
  • Short Tank: She will wear a dress for more formal occasions, but it's stated in one episode that she dislikes wearing them and only does when she's made to. Which means that her little act in Won't Stick to Most Dental Work was most likely fanservice.

Mr. B. Foot
The stagehand of the show, who just so happens to be a Sasquatch. He enjoys beating Henry up, however he will never hurt June.
  • Bigfoot, Sasquatch and Yeti: He's a sasquatch that, for some reason, works for the network.
  • Spotlight-Stealing Squad: Parodied in one episode.
  • The Voiceless: Except for one moment in mid-season one.
  • Wouldn't Hit a Girl: As stated above, he never hurts June - Henry, however, is fair game. Granted, it's possible this has less to do with having a code against harming women and more to do with B. Foot despising Henry more.

Mr. Fred Stockdale
Mr. Stockdale is KaBlam!'s elderly network executive, and Dawn's grandfather. While he doesn't make many appearances, each one shows him to be senile, dim, and a bit corrupt.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: He's a Take That! at executives everywhere: he's got the coherence of a five year old, more senile craziness than Mayor Adam West, and often has absolutely no idea what the show he controls actually is.
  • Corrupt Corporate Executive: While he's far from villainous, it seems he'll do anything for good ratings.
  • Heroic BSoD: Dawn explains that he hasn't been the same since Charlie's Angels was canceled.
  • Shell-Shocked Veteran: In the episode The KaBlair! Witch Project, it's mentioned that he's served in an unspecified war... and several of his actions in the episode show that he still hasn't gotten over it.

    Sniz and Fondue 

Sniz Bronkowski
Sniz is a crazy little ferret who loves comic books and motorcycles. Often getting into trouble, his older roommate Fondue will try calming him down.

Squeaky Fondue
Fondue is Sniz's older roommate. He's skilled at cooking and drawing. Like Sniz, he's a pretty huge fanboy.

  • Chef of Iron
  • Continuity Nod: In the Sniz and Fondue pilot "Psyched For Snuppa", Fondue was called Squeaky. The show proper keeps the name as Fondue's rarely-used first name.
  • Informed Species: Albeit slightly less than Sniz, as he's taller with a longer body.
  • Last-Name Basis: Fondue's first name is rarely said.
  • Nice Hat: That blue chef's hat he wears all the time.
  • Straight Man: To Sniz.

    Life with Loopy 

Loopicia "Loopy" Cooper
A crazy and imaginative seven-year-old who gets into all sorts of odd situations

Larry Cooper
Loopy's shy older brother whom Loopy tells all her adventures too, if he wasn't involved.

    The Off-Beats 

Betty-Anne Bongo
Betty-Anne is the (unofficial) leader of The Off-Beats.

Repunzil is the ditzier Off-Beat in the show, and loves animals.

  • Cloudcuckoolander: "I can't wait till August reaches (in his paddleball record) 1,609! That's my favorite number" * cue eye rolls*
  • Dark-Skinned Blonde: She has tanned skin, and dirty blonde hair.

Tommy is the other boy of the Off-Beats, and loves being outside. Usually very calm, he can yell pretty loud when upset.

August is the brains behind the Off-Beats, however most of his inventions come out wrong.

September is August's dog, who's "paid" to like him.

    Prometheus and Bob 
  • Freudian Trio
    • Prometheus: Intelligent, strict, and mostly no-nonsense (Superego)
    • Bob: Dumb, Gullible, but persuasive (Ego)
    • The Monkey: Arrogant, a Jerkass, and a trickster (Id)


A purple alien with a remote controlled video camera, trying to teach Bob about various things.

  • Butt-Monkey: Nothing goes his ways, and he has no choice but to continue to try.
  • Can't Get Away with Nuthin': A few shorts reveal that trying to educate Bob is his job, and the few moments where he gives up, his higher-ups will immediately come in and reprimand him.
  • The Chew Toy: Much of the cartoon's humor revolves around the whatever disaster befalls Prometheus during his efforts, and his teachings never sink through to Bob.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: Prometheus gets upset very easily. Probably not the best trait in someone trying to educate a less intelligent life form.
  • Meaningful Name: Like the Greek Prometheus bringing fire to humanity, he hopes to make Bob brighter.
  • The Unintelligible: At first, it sounds like he's speaking Simlish, when in truth, he actually is speaking English, it's just that his voice was heavily modulated. Incidentally, "Bob" is codenamed such because that's what it sounds like Prometheus is calling him.


A caveman, understandably a slow learner, to Prometheus' ire.
  • Aerith and Bob: Literally!
  • The Ditz: Though it could be justified since neanderthals didn't have the mental capacity to understand the complex concepts Prometheus was trying to teach.
  • The Unintelligible: You can't really understand what he says.

The Monkey

A monkey who sometimes joins in the lessons, often damaging the camera or Prometheus' other equipment with his antics.
  • Everything's Better with Monkeys: Though it always causes trouble, the monkey is a key part of the skits.
  • Jerkass: Very much so. He deliberately ruins Prometheus' lessons because he thinks it's funny.
  • The Trickster: The monkey is clearly smarter than Bob, but generally uses his smarts to annoy Prometheus and manipulate Bob into ruining the lessons for laughs.



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