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Characters from the Web Original, "Khonjin House".


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Main Trio

    Khonjin igiul JR. III 
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"I think it's time to order a pep-pep-pep-pepperoni pizza!"
The titular main character of the show. Insane and irreverent on the best of days.
  • Absentee Actor: He is mysteriously absent in episdoe 40, Gay Spaghetti immediately lampshades this.
  • Amusing Injuries: Often suffers these.
  • Anti-Hero: On his better days.
  • Butt-Monkey: Bad things tend to happen to him
  • Baleful Polymorph: In the episode "Dweebus", Khonjin turns into a penguin.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: The biggest in the show.
  • Comical Overreacting: Expect Khonjin to scream over small things.
  • Driven to Suicide: "Heist Part Two" ends with Khonjin killing himself after the last of the pepperoni spontaneously explodes.
  • Everyone Has Standards: In "Racist", he is appalled by Gino's offensive insults towards him.
    • In that same episode, even he thinks that his father's reaction towards Gino's racist jokes were too much.
      • In general, he seems to think that his father is a little too crazy. In "Heist 3", Khonjin of all people, is the one to be bothered by his father's antics when he wants to smell their stolen money, through a walkie talkie.
  • Failure Is the Only Option: When it comes to stealing Gino's pepperoni pizza, it almost never works out.
    • "Sing Boy" takes this Up to Eleven when both attempts to steal the pepperoni pizza ends with Khonjin dying.
  • Freudian Trio: The Id.
  • Groin Attack: Twice, mostly involving castration.
  • It Is Pronounced "Tro-PAY": Exaggerated. His name is apparently pronounced Khonjin (indecipherable gibberish) Junior Trilogy.
  • Physical God: It's heavily implied that's he's a fragment of Pent, and as a result is about as strong as him. He instantly freezes Pent in place with a single phrase: "That's enough!"
  • They Killed Kenny Again
    • In "Game Show" he dies in an explosion when he lights up several cans of gasoline.
    • In "Fabric" he disappears from existence after destroying reality.
    • In "P.I." him and along with Jaffar die when the bomb planted in their room explodes.
    • In "Finale" (for season 1) He explodes in the beginning for no actual reason and returns from the dead near the end only to explode again.
    • In "Doctor" he dies of a heart attack.
    • In "1000 Subscribers" he dies in a plane crash along with Gino.
    • In "Heist Part Two" He shoots himself after losing all of the pepperonis.
    • In "Finale" (for season 2) He gets shot to death with a machine gun by Gino. Twice.
    • In "Shark" He dies when a shark eats him. He also dies again later in the episode when a giant "shark" crushes him.
    • In "Road Trip" He gets caught in his own trap and his whole body stops moving presumably killing him.
    • In "Dweebus" He possibly gets eaten by his girlfriend's 'Dog'
    • In "Taxi" Gino beats him to death after angering him too much.
    • In "P.I 3" He dies after falling down from a blimp.
    • In "Hell" Khonjin possibly kills himself along with his father.
    • In "Khonjin Returns 4" he is killed by Roy.
    • In "Khonjin Returns 5" he is struck by lightning.
    • In "Racist" he is likely (but accidentally) killed by Gilmore when he grows in size.
    • In "Heist 3" he dies in a car crash after it collides with a rectangle.
    • In "Drive Through" he is shot at by Gino, but immediately comes back to life.
      • In the same episode, he is killed by a missile strike.
    • In "Game" he falls to his death, which happens nearly a dozen times.
    • This becomes a Running Gag in "Sing Boy" when him and his clones keep repeatedly dying.
  • Transgender: He's confirmed Female to Male transgender by Connor.
  • Villain Protagonist: He's done some heinous actions throughout the series such as murdering people, making Gino's life a living hell and not to mention that he works for the mafia. All Played for Laughs though.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: One-sided, with Gino. He genuinely has no idea why Gino is so bitter against him.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Has tried to kill Ruther in "Teacher" and "Cat Part Cat". Though he only successfully does it in the former.
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    Gino Fratelli 
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(To Khonjin) "My greatest wish is for you to be castrated by a scorpion."
The deuteragonist of the show. The owner of Gino/Fratelli's Pizzaria, which happens to be Khonjins favorite place to visit, to Gino's utter dismay.
  • Ascended Extra: His appearances in the first season were much more sporadic until the beginning of the second season.
  • Amusing Injuries: Suffers these the most.
  • Butt-Monkey: Mainly due to Khonjin's antics.
  • Can't Live With Them, Can't Live Without Them: Towards Khonjin.
  • A Day in the Limelight: Finale (Season One) mostly focuses on Gino coping with Khonjin's apparent death.
    • "Commercial", "10,000 Subscriber Special", "Pizza Mambo", and the final episode of Khonjin Takes a Break also mainly focuses on him.
  • Deadpan Snarker
  • The Dog Bites Back: He has physically harmed Khonjin after annoying him too much on more than one occasion.
  • Freudian Trio: The Superego.
  • Grumpy Bear: Justified, given the fact that Khonjin keeps annoying him to no end during his work.
  • Hidden Heart of Gold: The episode "Disguise" shows that Gino is much more kinder when he's with his family. Although it was just Khonjin and Ruther in disguise.
  • Jerkass
  • Only Sane Man: He appears to be this sometimes.
  • Pet the Dog:
    • In episode 50, he finally offers Khonjin (and also Gay Spaghetti Chef) some food from the pizzeria and even calls him "buddy"!"
    • In episode 51, him and Khonjin briefly bond over Enzo's Pizzeria.
  • Straight Man: To Khonjin. Should the episode primarily focus on the two of them, Gino usually reacts to Khonjin's antics with either massive annoyance, several snarks, or no emotion.
  • They Killed Kenny Again: In the first series:
    • In "Chef" he shoots himself in the head after talking to Khonjin, although he does get revived later in the episode for no apparent reason.
    • In "Father" he gets thrown into space and suddenly explodes.
    • In "Finale" (for season 1) he dies from his injuries when his cellphone explodes into a "hellish" inferno but then is suddenly revived in the last second of the episode.
    • In "1000 Subscribers" he dies in a plane crash along with Khonjin.
    • In "Heist Part Two" He gets shot to death by Khonjin.
    • In "Fame" he gets thrown into space and suddenly explodes. Again.
    • In "Finale" (for season 2) He explodes for no reason. Though Khonjin revives him near the end with "magic".
    • In "4000 Subscribers" He gets mauled to death by tigers.
    • In "Pressure" He explodes due to stress. (Although he gets cloned in the end of the episode)
    • In "P.I. 3" He gets crushed by Khonjin when falls down from the sky.
    • In "Racist" He is likely killed by Gilmore when he grows in size.
    • In "Heist 3" He dies in a car crash along with Khonjin when their car collides with a rectangle.
      • In part 2, he's killed by a swarm of posionous spiders.
    • In "Cat Part Cat" he suddenly explodes when his mind can't comprehend Khonjin's use of idioms.
    • In "Sing Boy", he suddenly explodes.
  • Throw the Dog a Bone: "Pride Month" ends with Khonjin and Gay Spaghetti Chef being forcibly teleported to "Mother Earth", Gino is completely ecstatic with not dealing with them anymore.

     Gay Spaghetti Chef 
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"I'm a Gay Spaghetti Chef!"
Super Homosexual Homoerotic Mega Mc Super Schlongy Dongy Fudgeripple Mc Delight Dildo 1-2-3 In The Bum Yum Gay “Gay Spaghetti Chef” Spaghettitoni Cheffe is Khonjin's lover and the only other employee of Gino's Pizzeria.
  • Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: Was absent from the show after episode 50, for over a year before coming back in "Gay".
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Downplayed, he has his small moments of this.
  • A Day in the Limelight: "Spaghetti" is the only episode to primarily focus on him without Khonjin or Gino.
    • "Infiltrator", "Gay", and "Pride Month" also mainly focus on him.
  • Distressed Dude: Happens to him in "Jaffraud".
  • The Everyman: Relatively speaking of course. In any other show, he'd be a Cloudcuckoolander. But here, out of all the other characters, Gay Spaghetti is ironically the most normal one.
  • Freudian Trio: The Ego.
  • Only Sane Man: Out of all the other characters, Gay Spaghetti is definitely the most normal one.
  • One Note Chef: Can only make spaghetti (even when he's making pepperoni pizza with extra pizza.)
  • Running Gag: Almost all of his deaths involve exploding for no reason.
  • The Starscream: In "Heist 3", he apparently betrays Khonjin and Gino, for no particular reason.
  • They Killed Kenny Again: While not so often as Khonjin and Gino, he has still died a lot in the first series.
    • In "Smash" he suddenly explodes when khonjin takes the pizza box from him.
    • In "Heist Part Two" He gets shot to death by Khonjin.
    • In "Road Trip" He tries to attack Jaffar but only explodes.
    • In "Finale" (for season 4) He gets shot down by Gino.
    • In "Blind Date" He explodes after breaking up with Khonjin, who is actually Pent in disguise.
    • In "Infiltrator" He gets shot down by Khonjin. Again.
    • In "Cat Part Cat" He suddenly explodes when his mind can't comprehend Khonjin's use of idioms.

Supporting Cast

    Gilmore Iguil JR. II 
"I want every desk, on my desk..."
Khonjin's father, and head of the mafia. "Mentally unstable" would be putting it lightly.
  • Ax-Crazy: Killed Gino just because he called Khonjin a retard.
  • Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: In "Racist", he gets so pissed when he hears Gino say a string of slurs, he grows to massive size, and presumably destroys the world.
  • Berserk Button: DO. NOT. Call his son "retard".
    • He also hates the color black.
    • And for the love a god DO NOT call his son a fucking faggot, Jew, nigger.
  • A Day in the Limelight: "Father" and "Finale" (for season 4).
  • The Don: He is shown to be the owner of the mafia crew.
  • The Dreaded: Zig-zagged. In "Father" both Gay Spaghetti Chef and Gino freak out after finding out that he's coming to them. Subsequently averted after this however, where Gino has no qualms with him anymore and often fearlessly makes fun of or argues with him. While in "Racist", Gino (and later Khonjin, after seeing how unstable he really is) goes back into fearing him.
  • Early Installment Weirdness: His Jerkass and Papa Wolf tendencies were much more higher in his debut episode compared to the later episodes.
  • Good Parents: As out there as he is, he's still good to Khonjin. Look no further than "P.I. 3 Khonjin X Quincey M.E." where he hires Quincey to solve Khonjin's murder.
  • A Taste of Their Own Medicine: Due to being one of the most powerful characters in the show, Gilmore tends to get away with a lot of his actions. However Nega Dad decides to knock him down a peg by attacking Gilmore with his godlike powers, prompting a massive Oh, Crap! moment from him.
  • Too Dumb to Live: In "Hell" he planned to kill himself along with Khonjin and Gino, and go to heaven to steal Jesus' shoes.

    Dumbass (Jeffery) 
"I think I swallowed a bottlecap."
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    Quincey 
The eponymous character of Quincy M.E., making a guest appearance to help solve a crime or two.

     Ruther 
  • Gamer Chick
  • Infant Immortality: Averted, she has died on more than one occasion.
  • Stylistic Suck: Even more than the rest of the characters, she is drawn in a much more cruder style.
  • Tagalong Kid: Is this to Khonjin in "Disguise".
  • Too Dumb to Fool: In "Cat Part Cat" after witnessing Gino and Gay Spaghetti Chef exploding when they can't comprehend his idioms, he tries to do this to her. She proves to be immune, to Khonjin's chagrin.

     Doctor 

     Bill Bargains 
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A wealthy industrialist who's infamous for being an unbelievable cheapskate.

    King Dadledingo 
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One-Shot Characters

     Morgan Freeman except with turqoise hair and also black 

     Shark 

     Penguin Girlfriend 

     Pizza Mambo Employees 

     Upside Down Picasso Drawing 

Spoiler / Supermental Characters

     Pent 
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Click here  to see him as he appears in episode 50.
A mysterious man who looks very similar to our titular character. He arrives in Khonjin's universe in Episode 30 and makes occasional appearances from then on, apparently searching for someone close to him who disappeared...

  • Ambiguously Evil: What exactly he wants is unknown. He does harass the main characters, but otherwise his goals seem to not be anything dastardly but rather revolving around Shelby. Judging by his interactions with the characters, he seems to be desperately looking for any inkling in the Khonjin universe that Shelby is somehow still alive.
  • Berserk Button: Anything that clashes with his delusions that Shelby is still alive. His response to Gay Spaghetti Chef admitting he didn't know anything about Shelby was to break up with him (Pent was disguised as Khonjin at the time.) and when Smack point-blank refutes his claims that Shelby isn't dead, he completely loses it and tries to murder Smack.
  • Bloody Horror: He tends to bleed profusely from his forehead from time to time for inexplicable reasons, possibly related to his Reality Warper abilities.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: Prior to episode 30, Pent appeared in episode 5 and "Khonjin House Call #1".
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Shelby. He can't accept the fact that she's dead.
  • Evil Twin: He and Khonjin look nearly identical when rendered in the "single image" format of the show. The only differences are their outfits, eyes, and height.
  • Five Stages of Grief: Seems to be going through a mix of stages 1 through 3 thanks to Shelby's death. He's obviously in denial over Shelby dying, but his erratic, manic behavior indicates that, on some level, he can't ignore the reality that she's gone, resulting in him lashing out at everyone around him, particularly if they remind him of Shelby's death. As for Bargaining, his attempts to find out if anyone in Khonjin's universe know anything about Shelby seem like a desperate attempt to continue with his delusion that Shelby is still alive by rationalizing that her disappearance is something he can solve by finding out where she's gone to.
  • Knight of Cerebus: Whenever Pent shows up, the episode tends to drop its Random Events Plot in favor of the much more serious plot threads surrounding Pent and his relationship to Smack and Shelby, and the usual Mind Screw elements of the series take a dip into Surreal Horror.
  • Omniscient Morality License: Defied. Pent thinks he has this, seeing as he's apparently the creator of Khonjin's universe, but Smack is having none of this, and leaves control of the universe in Khonjin's hands.
  • Physical God: He seemed to have created Khonjin's reality, although as of episode 50 he has lost control to Khonjin himself.
  • Punny Name: Possibly non intentional, but it's there when you consider that Khonjin and Pent are likely the same person. Explanation 
  • Slasher Smile / Psychotic Smirk: When he smiles, it's usually one of these.
  • Stylistic Suck: Averted in episode 50.
  • Tragic Villain: He may be a sociopathic, unstable man who has no empathy for Khonjin's universe, but it's obvious that the pain of losing Shelby has played a big part in him ending up as twisted as he is.
  • Transgender: Is confirmed Female to Male, just like Khonjin.
  • Villainous Breakdown: Has a massive one in episode 50 once Smack yells to him that Shelby is dead.
  • Walking Spoiler
  • We Used to Be Friends: With Smack, judging by the Supermental trailer and web series.
  • Yandere: Might be this for Shelby, judging by the diary page he's looking at in Supermental episode 1.
    Dear diary.
    Shelby will complete me.

     Smack 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/khonjin_smack.png
A man who seems to come from the same world as Pent, and is determined to stop Pent's interference in Khonjin's world and drag him back home.

     Shelby UAVOU 
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