One of the original three members of the Bogan household, Bulk Bogan originated from Joel's character he created in Hard Time. His low-poly face was modded into Sims 4, which Joel used to create Bogan in the game. In Meme House, Bogan is still a muscle-obsessed maniac, although he might be less violent and much nicer than other versions of him and pursuits a criminal career.
- Adaptational Nice Guy: Compared to other versions of Bogan, this version of him is much nicer than other versions of him. But not always.
- Back from the Dead: After being stabbed to death by Madeline, Dio and Kira use their powers to rewind time and hunt down Edgar and Madeline, preventing Bulk's death from happening.
- Big Damn Heroes: Bogan is the one who saves Garfield's life after the latter sets himself on fire, and has Dio arrested by calling the cops after he murdered Bill and Mortimer.
- The Bully: After joining a gang called The Thotties, Bogan started to bully, threaten and domestically abuse Dio. He later left the group because of this and has since reconciled with Dio.
- Cloudcuckoolander: He often talks to himself and seems to have a weird way of seeing the world, seeing no problem in entering a public gym and exercising while completely naked.
- Chippendales Dancers: When the household was really low on funds due to getting the absurdly expensive BBQ Pit Boys grill, he started twerking in public for money. It works.
- Doom Magnet: Just him being in an area seems to be enough to attract disaster. In one episode, he went to a bar to simply get a drink. Immediately after her arrived, several people died in car accidents right outside the bar without him doing anything.
- Even Evil Has Standards: Bogan of all people is the one who calls the cops on Dio for killing Bill Gates and Mortimer Goth.
- Fullfrontal Assault: Gets naked with an alarming frequency, and occasionally murders people while being so.
- Manchild: He's possibly the most childish Sim in the household. Unlike with Dio, one could think he doesn't really know any better.
- Mushroom Samba: In Part 2, Bogan receives a cup of potent Ayahuasca from Wario the Shaman, and proceeds to go on a long drug trip, during which he goes to the gym, exercises naked, dances naked with ladies at the gym, kills a woman, and walks his way home.
- Naked People Are Funny: Joel would often have Bogan strip himself naked before exercising, going outside, or doing anything in general.
- Narcissist: Not as much as Dio, but Bogan once took a picture of himself and placed it in Enyaba's house.
- Sleeps with Both Eyes Open: The model of Bogan's head can't actually close its eyes, so he sleeps like this.
- Surprisingly Sudden Death: Was just minding his business chilling on a couch when Madeline stabbed him in the chest. He got better, though.
- Thousand-Yard Stare: His face can't blink, so he's always staring creepily into the distance or people's souls.
- What the Hell Is That Accent?: Bogan returns, and so does Joel's incredibly odd voice acting for him.
The Big Bad from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, Dio is another member of the original three. His entire outfit has been modded into Sims 4, and Joel made a face to match his appearance. Dio maintains his sadistic and evil personality, and has managed to gain supernatural powers through the Vampire DLC and mods.
- Berserk Button:
- People breaking into his house for no reason. Anyone who does ends up being killed by him.
- He also doesn't take kindly to being told what to do. Anyone who does ends up suffering the wrath of ZA WARUDO!
- It also seems that killing his friends is another way to set him off, as he gives Madeline a No-Holds-Barred Beatdown for murdering Bulk.
- Big Damn Heroes: Dio of all people, became one in the series after Bulk was murdered by Madeline. To exact revenge and save his friend, he visited Kira to ask him to wind back time to prevent Bulk's death, killing Wario for cheering and laughing at Bulk's corpse, and beating Madeline to a pulp, leaving Bulk to finish her off.
- Brought Down to Normal: He is initially a completely normal human (although he still kills people For the Evulz) until Joel finds that you actually can become a vampire in The Sims 4.
- Card-Carrying Villain: He has the "Evil" trait and seems to absolutely relish it, as he'll do an evil laugh almost all the time.
- Chainsaw Good: He disposes of Bill Gates aka Geoffrey Landgraab by chainsawing his guts in response to him breaking into the Bogan house and playing on their GameCube instead of helping to extinguish Garfield, who was on fire.
- The Chew Toy: For a brief time, due to Bogan abusing him while he was a part of The Thotties. He got revenge later on though.
- Evil Is Petty: He like to dabble in writing books, and most of his books are just about mocking Johnny Zest.
- Evil Laugh: Laughs in this manner frequently due to his Evil trait, even as he bakes a cake or eats Fruit Loops.
- The Friend Nobody Likes: It's hard to find a person in this universe that actually likes Dio. At most, his roommates tolerate him, and even that is a stretch. The only person he seems to really hit it off with is his clone and Funky, who's nice to everyone.
- Hidden Depths: Despite their rocky friendship with Bogan, it is Dio who decides to enlist Kiras help in reviving him.
- Worth noting is also the fact he cries rather frequently, implying he might be a severely depressed Stepford Smiler.
- I Am A Humanitarian: Chops a police officer to pieces and possibly eats him in Part 3.
- Jerkass: Given the fact it is Dio, it really should not come off as a surprise.
- Katanas Are Just Better: Unlike his manga/anime counterpart, he prefers skewering his victims with a katana when he uses The World's time stop.
- Manly Tears: Dio tends to cry a lot for various reasons. Whether it's due to Bulk bullying him, or mourning the graves of deceased sims he possibly murdered.
- Mind Control: Dio can compel other sims to work thanks to his vampire abilities. When he's at home, his favorite target is ghost Liquid Bogan.
- Narcissist: He put up a giant photo of himself in front of the house. And then there's the fact that he gets along well with his clone.
- NEET: He doesn't have a job and spends his days trolling the internet, writing, and drinking random people's blood.
- Only Friend: His clone.
- Pet the Dog: Surprisingly enough, despite hating Bogan, possibly due to Bogan abusing him in part 1, he goes out of his way to plead to the Grim Reaper to bring him back to life after Madeline kills him. And when that doesn't work, he goes to Kira to ask him to wind back time. When he does, Dio proceeds to kill Wario, who cheered and laughed at Bogan's corpse, and beats Madeline to a pulp, though he leaves doing the killing blow to Bogan.
- Poke the Poodle:
- Running Gag:
- Dio laughing evilly after doing various things, such as eating fruit loops, or baking a cake.
- Also Dio crying over other various things, from mourning dead sims who he probably murdered, or after being bullied by Bogan.
- Also Dio kicking over other people's trash cans.
- Serial Killer: Out of the main trio, he has the biggest body count by far. The list of people he's killed includes the likes of Bill Gates, Mortimer Goth, Bret Blank and Wario.
- Signature Move: In episode 6 of Meme House, he gains the ability to kill people in stopped time via the Path of Legends mod. It's even namedropped as ZA WARUDO!.
- Token Evil Teammate: Even by the standards of his household, he's easily this. Sure, his roommates also killed quite a few people, but none of them relish in their deeds as much as he does.
- Weakened by the Light: Even by the Sims 4 vampires standards he's extremely weak to sunlight, and outright bursts into flame if he's outside for too long.
The titular Fat Cat of the successful comic strip of the same name. Actually a completely normal man wearing a full body Garfield suit that has been modded into the game. He lives with Dio Brando and Bulk Bogan and works at a restaurant.
- Adaptational Personality Change: From a superb Lazy Bum to the Only Sane Man and (at first) sole breadwinner of the Meme House.
- Anthropomorphic Shift: Being a Sim, this incarnation of Garfield has slightly more humanoid proportions than his comic self.
- Batter Up!: He kills another Sim with a baseball bat for using the toilet Joel accidently left outside the Bogan house when he discovered the warp pipe toilet, which Joel interpreted as said Sim peeing on the house.
- Body Horror: His body moves around as if it was made of gelatin the majority of the time.
- Irony: Joel designed Garfield to be the laziest member of the house. He ended up being the most hardworking one out of the three.
- Lethal Chef: Almost killed himself making Mac & Cheese. Later averted as he becomes a legitimate chef.
- Married to the Job: Garfield spends most of the day working at the restaurant, and regularly cooks at home. He also once performed a midnight home invasion on Enyaba's (then Kayleigh) house to cook her a chocolate cake.
- Only Sane Man: He lives a relatively normal life with very little insanity too it. He also has a very low body count in comparison to his mass murdering housemates.
- Species Surname: Joel gives him the full name of Garfield Cat.
- Supreme Chef: What he is working towards achieving. However, his first attempt at cooking resulted in setting himself on fire.
- Token Good Teammate: He sometimes shines through as the voice of reason in the Bogan Household. Keyword being sometimes, as he can be just as bad as his roommates.
The funky surfer Kong from Donkey Kong. He was added in Part 3, and moves in next to the Bogan house along with Bonzi Buddy.
- Fratbro: Subverted. He acts like a stereotypical 'bro' and is very social, but he's abstinent on anything drug-related and is generally nice to everyone, even Bulk.
- Nice Guy: Possibly the nicest Sim in the series. Not once does he kill anyone, and he gets along with people pretty easily, even the likes of Dio and Johnny.
- The Teetotaler: He absolutely refuses to drink alcohol or do drugs, making him one of the least unhinged characters in the series.
The infamous adware gorilla. He was added in Part 3, and moves in next to the Bogan house along with Funky Kong. He works as a tech support call assistant, deals drugs, and has demonic powers.
- Ambiguously Bi: Although he's canonically straight, Kira has flirted with a man before and he also tried to kiss Bulk's hands after reviving him with Bites the Dust, though Bulk stopped him before he could.
- Big Damn Heroes: He's enlisted by Dio to use Bites The Dust as part of the plan to revive Bulk Bogan, and does so without a second thought.
- Disproportionate Retribution: Murders Enyaba Ordonez in cold blood for merely kicking down his trash. He later kills a man called Caiphus Lyle as well for having badly-textured hair.
- Even the Guys Want Him: Kira is canonically straight, but flirts with a man because he has Waluigi-textured hair.
- Pet the Dog:
- He and Killer Queen both have a soft spot for cats. This is shown when they adopt Stray Cat in part 5.
- In Part 7, he helps DIO in saving Bogan's life by using Bites The Dust.
- Serial Killer: Kira is a serial killer as in his source material, although he doesn't have any mods that allow him to take his victims' hands.
Kira's Stand from the manga. In Meme House, he's Kira's brother instead.
- Adaptation Relationship Overhaul: Killer Queen is Kira's brother instead of a manifestation of his soul.
- Decomposite Character: In the source material, Killer Queen had no mind of its own and was an extension of Kira's willpower. Here, he is a separate person.
- Gameplay and Story Segregation: As a Stand, Killer Queen is supposed to be Invisible to Normals, so Joel continually insists that whatever he's holding at the moment should be floating, and nobody reacts to it.
- Pet the Dog: He and Kira both have a soft spot for cats. This is shown when they adopt Stray Cat in part 5.
- Silly Walk: Joel gave him the Creepy Walk style, which makes Killer Queen sneak around all over the place in a silly pose.
A small and cute kitten originally named Dakota, renamed Stray Cat after the Jojo character. He was added in part 5 after being adopted by Kira and Killer Queen.
- Cute Kitten: He's just so adorable.
The collective hive mind of Joel's twitch chat made into a Sim. He was added in Part 5 together with Jerma.
A mildly underheight YouTuber who transitioned into a Twitch streamer in 2016. He was added in part 5 together with Twitch Chat.
- Basement-Dweller: Both him and Twitch Chat live inside of a bunker.
The main protagonist of the popular Nickelodeon cartoon of the same name. He was added in part 6 together with Wesker to live in Enyaba's house after her death.
- BFS: He wields a massive sword to do his killing, and he's incredibly skilled with it too.
- Cool Shades: Like in the games he stars in, he constantly wears sunglasses.
- Inexplicably Awesome: It's unknown if this Wesker is mutated in any way, yet he's one of the most physically powerful Sims in the series and his skill with the greatsword is downright superhuman. Nothing indicates it's anything but Charles Atlas Superpower
- Psycho for Hire: He's a professional killer who gets paid for his job. He'll also sometimes just kill his employers too for little to no reason.
- Theme Music Power-Up: When he's about to do his BERSERK special move, expect Joel to play Rules Of Nature.
Originally a slightly unhinged woman by the name of "Diamond Mooney", Joel added her to Wesker and Spongebob's house in part 6 at the request of the chat, then transforms the sim into none other than Jill Valentine from Resident Evil.
- Establishing Character Moment: The very first thing he does is kick Layne in the balls. After that, he goes to Johnny Zest's house and kicks him repeatedly in the balls while holding up a plate of hamburgers and looking incredibly smug.
- Groin Attack: One of his favorite things to do is knee Sims in the nuts, which makes sense considering his name.
- Jerkass: He kicks people in the crotch for no reason.
- Mind over Matter: Appears to possess some form of telekinesis, since he's able to deliver kicks to the groins of other sims from a distance, without actually making physical contact.
- Wizard Classic: An elderly wizard with long grey hair and a long robe. Although, the robe is actually a bathrobe and he isn't exactly wise, but he can still use magic to kick the balls of people from a decent distance away.
The original owner of the household that Nemesis and CBT Wizard moved into. He first appeared in Part 7, where he was quickly killed and turned into a ghost. However, he remained a part of the household after his death.
- Only Sane Man: Compared to his roommates, who are a massive zombie and a wizard obsessed with kicking people in the crotch, Layne is probably the only sane person living in the house, despite being a ghost.
- Posthumous Character: He lived for a grand total of three minutes. The rest of his appearances in the series are as a ghost.
- Surprisingly Sudden Death: Not even a few minutes after he's introduced, he's kicked in the balls by CBT Wizard then cut up and eaten by Nemesis. He remains in the house as a ghost.
- We Hardly Knew Ye: Lived for barely three minutes before being killed and eaten by Nemesis. He still lives on as a roommate, but in ghost form.
Clone Bogan Household ("Liquid Household")
A clone of Bulk Bogan that was immediately murdered by Bogan in Part 1. Since then he comes back as a ghost, and performs mundane duties in the Bogan house. He was nicknamed Liquid Bogan by Joel, referencing Liquid Snake.
- Dies Wide Open: Since Bogan's modded head cannot close its eyes, Liquid Bogan's eyes are wide open after his death, making his unceremonious death look even more hilarious.
- Inexplicably Identical Individuals: He is completely identical to Joel's Bogan, and demonstrates a lot of the same personalities as normal Bogan as a ghost. Not even Joel is sure how Liquid Bogan came to be, though many viewers have speculated that he (and the other clones) came into existence in part 1, when Joel added the Bogan house to an empty lot on Oasis Springs, before deciding to re-add the Bogan household to a different house and therefore duplicated the Bogan house, meaning that the "clones" technically came first.
- Made a Slave: Dio regularly compels Liquid Bogan's ghost to fix broken appliances in the Bogan house.
- Only Known by Their Nickname: Joel only calls him Liquid Bogan to differentiate him from the normal Bogan, as they have the same in-game names.
- Posthumous Character: He lived for a grand total of two minutes. The rest of his appearances in the series are as a ghost.
- Surprisingly Sudden Death: He dies in his first appearance in the series, getting killed in one shot by his naked clone.
- Thousand-Yard Stare: A trait he shares with his original self, due to his head model being unable to close its eyes.
A clone of Dio Brando that was discovered to exist in Episode 7. He's the sole survivor of the Liquid household, as both Liquid Bulk and Liquid Garfield were killed by their counterparts while he was spared by Dio after the two became friends.
- Inexplicably Identical Individuals: Like Liquid Bulk and Liquid Garfield, Liquid Dio seems to have no major differences between himself and Dio, although the real Dio has red eyes and is a vampire while Liquid Dio has no red eyes and appears to still be human. This strongly supports the theory that the clone household is the original Bogan house Joel accidentally added to Oasis Springs, as the original Dio created in Create-A-Sim was a human and had no red eyes, both of which were added by Joel to his Dio later on in the series.
- Sole Survivor: Liquid Dio is the only surviving member of the Liquid household as the other Liquids were killed and the actual Dio spared him and left him to continue his life.
A clone of Garfield Cat that was discovered to exist in Episode 7. He was murdered by Garfield in the same episode. He was actually seen in a previous episode, but no one realized at the time he was a clone.
- Early-Bird Cameo: His first appearance actually took place prior to Episode 7, where he showed up to the gym while the real Garfield was away at work. At the time Joel and Chat had assumed it was some kind of glitch, as the clone household had yet to be discovered
- Inexplicably Identical Individuals: Just like the other Liquids, there seems to be no differences between Liquid Garfield and the actual Garfield.
- Killed Off for Real: Is shot by Garfield and unlike other murdered Sims, Liquid Garfield doesn't seem to have come back as a ghost.
- Surprisingly Sudden Death: Shot in the head by Garfield shortly after being introduced.
- We Hardly Knew Ye: Gets shot by Garfield not even ten minutes after his first appearance.
Other Oasis Springs Residents
- Butt-Monkey: Her home is invaded so often that it is more like an extension of the Bogan house than her own home. She herself is also constantly harassed by the Bogan house members, especially Dio, who regularly drinks her blood.
- Continuity Nod: After her death, Spongebob and Wesker moved into her house. Her bong and framed picture of Bulk both remained in the house after her death.
- Cool Old Lady: Up until her death, she sold the Bogan family drugs from time to time.
- Dies Wide Open: After being blown up by Kira, her corpse's eyes are wide open as is her mouth.
- Hairstyle Malfunction: Dio once pulled off her hair with a modded game action, leaving her bald for a night.
- Killed Off for Real: Murdered by Kira for kicking over his trash can. Though because Death Is Cheap, she occasionally shows up as a ghost.
- Ambiguously Gay: When Twitch Chat starts flirting with him, he looks into it. Though that's assuming Twitch Chat even counts as 'male' at all in anything but gameplay.
- Cosmic Plaything: Joel's goal in life is to see him suffer. His house has been broken in to and vandalized more so then any other character, he's been framed and abused by DIO multiple times, and is ceaselessly tormented for fun by basically everybody.
- Only Friend: One of the only Sims who doesn't screw with him or that he can actually tolerate is Twitch Chat. He also doesn't shoot down Chat's flirting and even kisses them. Funky Kong is also one of Johnnys few friends, and the two seem to get on very well.
Bill Gates is a sim who appeared in part 1, where he and Mortimer Goth broke into the Bogan house while Garfield was burning, and started playing on their GameCube rather than try to help Garfield. Geoffrey/Bill is one of The Sims 4's pre-made Sims.
- Irony: He has the Good trait, but his actions during his brief appearance in the series (breaking into the Bogan house and playing on their GameCube instead of extinguishing Garfield) are anything but.
- Jerkass: He could possibly qualify as one, as he broke into the Bogan house just to play their GameCube, rather than try to help Garfield, who was burning at the time.
- Killed Off for Real: Killed by Dio for breaking into their house and playing on their GameCube instead of saving Garfield.
- Only Known by Their Nickname: Joel has never called Geoffrey by his real name, only referring to him as Bill Gates.
- Surprisingly Sudden Death: He dies in his first appearance in the series, getting chainsawed in the guts by Dio.
A sim who appeared in part 1, where he and Bill Gates broke into the Bogan house while Garfield was burning, and started playing on their GameCube rather than try to help Garfield. Mortimer is one of The Sims 4's pre-made Sims.
- Jerkass: He could possibly qualify as one, as he broke into the Bogan house just to play their GameCube, rather than try to help Garfield, who was burning at the time.
- Killed Off for Real: Killed by Dio for breaking into their house.
- Surprisingly Sudden Death: He dies in his first appearance in the series, getting stabbed from above by Dio.
A random sim, who may be a possible relative of Bulk, that was immediately murdered by Garfield in Part 1.
- Dies Wide Open: Like Liquid Bogan, Dorian's eyes are wide open after his death.
- Inexplicably Identical Individuals: He has the same face as Joel's Bogan and Liquid Bogan. However, he doesn't demonstrate the same personalities as normal/Liquid Bogan, nor does he share the Bogan surname due to being a randomly generated Sim that coincidentally ended up having Bogan's face.
- Only Known by Their Nickname: Garfield mistakes him for Jon Arbuckle for some unknown reason.
- Surprisingly Sudden Death: He dies in his first appearance in the series, getting strangled to death by Garfield, who refers to him as Jon as he kills him.
- Thousand-Yard Stare: Due to sharing the same face as Bulk, he's unable to close his eyes.
- We Hardly Knew Ye: He lived for a grand total of two minutes.
Two local police officers from Oasis Springs, who regularly show up whenever someone's been killed.
- Badass Normal: In Part 1, they manage to arrest Dio for killing Bill Gates and from then on out, they've become recurring characters in the series.
- That Russian Squat Dance: In Part 7, they show up to the Liquid Household just after the real Garfield shoots his duplicate, but inexplicably decide to start dancing the Hopak.
Wario is Oasis Springs' resident shaman, producing psychedelic drugs for the town. His day-to-day outfit includes a gigantic Wario head, and Joel gives him Wario's personality to match.
- Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: He starts out nice and even has a good friendship (and a certain romantic interest) with Garlfield. Come Part 7 and he talks to Madeline moments before she kills Bogan, he then proceeds to cheer and laugh at his corpse.
- Dropped a Bridge on Him: He suddenly dies by being bodyslammed by an invisible force, implied to be Dio's Stand, The World.
- The Man Behind the Man: Maybe. He may have planned for Bulk and Madeline to meet all the way back in Part 2, as his mushroom drugs indirectly lead Bulk to meet her at the gym. He also seemed to know Madeline before too, as in Part 7, he's seen in her gym. This all culminates into Madeline killing Bulk moments after he has a talk with her over a game of Uno. Whether or not he planned Bulk to die, he sure seemed happy about it.
- Laser-Guided Karma: Dio and Co. make sure he doesnt get away with killing Bulk Bogan, and so he dies twice. His first death comes at the hands of Garfield, who immediately stabs him to death after coming home to witness Wario laughing at the scene of Madeline murdering Bulk in cold blood. His second death, after Kira uses Bites The Dust to restore Bulk to life, is brought about by Dio, who uses an unseen The World to bodyslam Wario from afar.
- Only Known by Their Nickname: Much like Bill Gates, Joel never uses his real in-game name, and always calls him Wario.
- They Killed Kenny Again: Wario dies twice in part 7. The first time, he is killed by Garfield for cheering at Bogan's death. And the second time, after Dio and Kira reset the timeline, Wario is brought back to life, only to be killed again inside the gym, at the hands of The World bodyslamming him to death.
- Took a Level in Jerkass: Introduced in Part 2 as a quirky, but overall friendly shaman. Come Part 3, he starts to constantly insult Bulk. In Part 7, he talks with Madeline shortly before she murders Bulk. After she stabs him and the Reaper arrives, Wario cheers and throws confetti around.
- Thousand-Yard Stare: The Wario face he wears cannot blink.
A trainer at the gym Bulk befriended during his Mushroom Samba in Part 2. She surprisingly doesn't mind his antics and occasionally visits the Bogan Household.
- Arc Villain: She's the source of the drama in Part 7, killing Bulk and forcing Dio to team up with Kira to wind back time.
- Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: Initially seems to be among the nicest Sims in the series, never really acting like a Jerkass and becoming Bulk's best friend. Then in Episode 7 she straight up murders Bulk and is revealed to have taken part in other murders prior.
- The Dragon: Her shocking decision to kill Bulk Bogan seems to have been partially motivated to impress one of her closest friends, Wario. Seeing as how Madeline has apparently killed before, it could be that shes acting as a Dragon for him.
- Five-Second Foreshadowing: In Part 7, Bulk Bogan learns a rather surprising personality trait of hers: Hates Children. That's the first tip-off that she's not as nice as she initially seemed.
- Foreshadowing: Careful analysis of older episodes reveal she is a murderer long before she made it obvious.
- Ironic Death: Bulk kills her the same way she killed him: Stabbing her in the chest.
- She also dies in the same gym she worked at and first met Bulk in.
- Just Friends: Altough she's best friends with Bulk, she constantly rejects his advances, but still hangs out with him.
- Knife Nut: Uses a knife to kill Bulk Bogan. She suffers from the same fate at the hands of Bulk after Dio and Kira rewind time.
- Laser-Guided Karma: After Dio enlists Kiras help to revive Bulk, Dio makes sure that neither Madeline nor Wario survive, and her death comes swiftly afterwards at the hands of Bulk, the very same person she killed just minutes beforehand.
- Wham Line: She delivers one to Bogan before killing him.Madeline: Your life has come to an end.
The Fire Lady is a random Sim who often appears out of thin air and just as suddenly catches on fire. Despite this, she doesn't actually seem to be affected by the flames all that much, considering she often stays on fire for multiple hours.
- Cosmic Plaything: The only possible explanation for why she is constantly on fire yet no one cares enough to put her out.
- Only Known by Their Nickname: Much like Bill Gates and Wario, Joel has never called Natalie by her real name, only referring to her as the Fire Lady.
- Unusually Uninteresting Sight: Gradually becomes this the more often she suddenly appears.
- Woman On Fire: Fire Lady inexplicably and constantly catches on fire. After Kira uses Bites the Dust in Part 7, we finally see her not on fire.
A random Sim who was murdered in Part 5 after being run over with a car. He later returned in Part 7 in ghost form, where he was seen dancing and dabbing on his own grave, while the Cory in the House theme song played in the background.
- Funny Background Event: Him dancing on his own grave.
- Posthumous Character: Kory lived for a grand total of two minutes. The rest of his appearances in the series are as a ghost.
- Surprisingly Sudden Death: We barely know anything about him before he's suddenly hit by a car.
- We Hardly Knew Ye: He lived for a grand total of two minutes.
The manifestation of death who always appears whenever a Sim dies. He tends to reap their soul and leave their ghosts after every death. He has appeared in every episode due to how many times people have died.
- Ambiguously Gay: After Wario's death due to taking part in killing Bogan, he got in a flirty mood when talking to Garfield.
- Berserk Button: By part 3, he's pretty annoyed with the constant murders that the Bogan household commits.Grim: Could You stop killing sims? I don't have all day to reap souls.
- Creepy Good: Despite being the literal embodiment of death itself, he's actually quite friendly towards the Bogan Household, most likely because of how often he has to show up to reap souls; he waited while Fortnite dancing to witness Garfield kill Wario (for the first time, pre-Bites The Dust), and then strikes up a mildly flirty conversation with Garfield once the deed is done.
- The Chew Toy: Once got kicked in the crotch by Dio. He later tried to cheer him up though.
- The Grim Reaper: Duh.