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Bogan Household

    Bulk Bogan
First Appearance: Part 1

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 pursues a criminal career.

  • Adaptational Nice Guy: This incarnation of Bogan generally comes off as a nicer person compared to other versions of him seen in Joel's streams, thanks to an increased focus on his Manchild and Cloud Cuckoo Lander traits. That being said, this doesn't always apply, given he's still a murderer.
  • Affably Evil: He may not be evil, but Bogan is still a criminal regardless. Nonetheless, when Bogan isn't killing anybody or being a weirdo, he's usually seen as a very sociable and friendly person who gets along with most other people. Bogan might even be one of the nicest sims in the whole series along with Funky Kong.
  • 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.
  • Badass in a Nice Suit: He dons a pretty sweet gangster-styled suit when he goes to his night job as a criminal. He also wears a white suit for his formal attire.
  • 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 Big Guy: Theoretically at least, as he's 7ft tall in his original incarnation in Hard Time, though it doesn't reflect as much in The Sims.
  • Boom, Headshot!: On the receiving end of one in part 21 after kicking a Firefighter in front of their co-worker. It doesn’t stick thanks to Garfield successfully pleading to the Reaper.
  • 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.
    • Instead, Bogan has focused on bullying Johnny Zest, and is Zest's chief tormentor along with Dio.
  • 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.
  • Cloning Blues: Completely averted. In the Season 2 Finale, Liquid Bogan reveals that he (Bulk) is HIS clone, and not the other way around. Bulk just sounds confused, doesn't get it, and doesn't really care.
  • 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.
  • Demon Slaying: Bogan dabbles in it in Part 9 when he kills a demon woman after witnessing her fighting another demon in the street. Unfortunately for him, the onlookers just see it as an insane man shooting a random woman in the head in broad daylight.
  • Dies Wide Open: Due to his face being a "costume", it doesn't change even when he's killed.
  • 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 he arrived, several people died in car accidents right outside the bar without him doing anything.
  • Dumb Muscle: Extremely muscular and muscle-obsessed, and about as sharp as a sack of hammers.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: Bogan isn't really evil, but he is still a criminal. Regardless, it's Bogan of all people who calls the cops on Dio for killing Bill Gates and Mortimer Goth. And he's also horrified after seeing a woman cannibalizing another woman right in front of him.
  • Even the Guys Want Him: Has had his hands complimented by Kira in Part 7 and his ass complimented by Eggman Robotnik in Part 15.
    • Taken to new heights when a shirtless seductively dancing Bulk draws the attention of many men at Wac Donalds but not the one woman who was also there.
  • Everyone Has Standards: Cloudcuckoolander as he may be, even he found the Magic Bullet infomercial way too bizarre and disturbing.
  • Fratbro: Subverted. He doesn't act like a stereotypical 'bro' and isn't very social to anyone who isn't a roommate or close friend, but he's fond of taking drugs.
  • Full-Frontal Assault: Gets naked with an alarming frequency, and occasionally murders people while being so.
  • Gun Nut: His favorite method of murder seems to be shooting Sims in the head with a pistol.
  • Heel–Faith Turn: Subverted. Bogan gets infected with the Ouroboros virus after foolishly eating some suspiciously fleshy fruits at Wesker's place. He becomes possessed and goes to the church in the hopes of healing himself, and miraculously his symptoms dissappear. Bogan takes this as a divine calling to change himself, and decides to devote his life to Mormon Jesus. The problem here is that the church didn't actually cure his infection, also Bogan doesn't even have the slightest clue of what Mormonism even is. He travels to a random house in vampire town, does a little dance to try preach the good word, but instantly reverts back to his old ways by murdering everyone inside after they don't pay him no heed.
  • Hoax Hogan: From his name to his appearance, he was conceived as a bootleg of the famous wrestler all the way back in Hard Time, but he quickly struck out as his own character and the name and any association is nothing but leftover residue from the consequences of his birth.
  • Joker Immunity: Bogan's death by Madeline is eventually reverted, and Joel confirmed that he along with the whole Bogan household has this, since their existence is integral to the series. Any other sims are fair game though.
  • Kavorka Man: Has had the most attention from women in the Bogan household, with two different women showing an interest in him (albeit, one was a Serial Killer and the other an Attention Whore but still that's more attention than Dio or Garfield have ever had), plus when he started twerking for money, he earned hundreds. All this despite him looking like a sweaty, pop-eyed escaped convict with an obsession with muscles.
    • Eggman Robotnik complimented Bogan's ass in Part 15 too, and Kira also displayed an interest in Bogan's hands in Part 7.
  • 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.
  • Nice Hat: He dons a pretty sweet gangster-styled hat when he goes to his night job as a criminal.
  • Our Zombies Are Different: After eating Wesker's Uroboros Fruit in Part 21, he's now technically infected with the virus, which causes him to wander aimlessly while his body wildly contorts. However, it's an annoyance at worst since the effects aren't fully permanent, though they do seem to chronically come back, and, as Joel points out, infected Bulk isn't all that out of character from his regular self.
  • Palswith Jesus: Bogan becomes this after he converts to Mormonism and spreads the word about Mormon Jesus.
  • Properly Paranoid: Bogan has a freak out over Freddie trying to cook the Bogan household an actually decent meal, because according to him if they ever eat something else than fruit loops and garbage something terrible will happen. An armed burglar barges in immediately, and Bogan chews everyone out for not taking him seriously.
  • Ripple Effect-Proof Memory: He gets back the memories of his future dead self as soon as Bites The Dust activates, with Bulk describing them as strange visions. Ultimately, this is what saves him, as knowledge of Madeline's true nature convinces him to go through with preemptively killing her.
  • Running Gag: Bogan working out while completely naked.
  • Say My Name: Garfield does this after Bogan is killed by Madeline, to match Joel's choice of music.
  • Sexy Santa Dress: He wears a rather exposing Santa outfit and heart-spotted thigh high socks during the Christmas Special OVA. Joel initially considered giving him ripped fishnet stockings as well, but decided to give them to Dio's "sexy elf costume" instead.
  • 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.
  • Subbing for Santa: The Christmas Special OVA is about Bulk going around gifting things to most major character in town. His gifts include: cigarettes, cigars, Jolly Ranchers, Sprite bottles, and the occasional trash fruit.
  • Thousand-Yard Stare: His face can't blink, so he's always staring creepily into the distance or people's souls.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: He seems to have this type of relationship with Dio. Most exemplified in the Christmas Special OVA in which both him and Dio take a selfie, but crop out the other one out of spite or narcissism.
  • Walking Shirtless Scene: More likely than not, he's either half-naked or completely naked. Very rarely is he actually shown wearing shirts. It helps accentuate the mooskles. The only time he ever has a shirt on is either when he's sleeping in his hot-dog suit, or when he goes to work.
  • What the Hell Is That Accent?: Bogan returns, and so does Joel's incredibly odd voice acting for him.


    Dio Brando
[[LargeHam"KONO DIO DA!"
First Appearance: Part 1
"Everyone hates Dio!" - Joel

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.

  • Adaptational Nice Guy: Well, nice is stretching it a bit, and he is nearly every bit as evil as his JoJo's Bizarre Adventure counterpart. However, while JJBA Dio is set on world domination, Meme House Dio seems happy enough with kicking over his neighbours' bins, trolling internet forums, harassing Johnny Zest, casual homicide and generally being a dick.
  • Arch-Enemy: Jotaro is this to him.
  • Ass Kicks You: His new preferred method of murder in Season 2 is smothering people with his badonkadonk.
  • Back from the Dead: Dio died twice in Part 14. The first time was after losing to his rival, Jotaro Kujo in a duel, and the second time was after Anakin Skywalker set the Bogan house on fire with Dio trapped inside. Both of these deaths were undone.
    • His first official death happened after he was stabbed by a nerdy serial killer, this too was undone when Funky successfully bribed the Reaper into sparing Dio's soul.
  • Badass Decay: Has undergone this in Season 2, particularly in Parts 14 and 15. According to Joel, he's losing his powers due to sheer laziness and lack of practice.
  • 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.
    • Bullying and assaulting him for no apparent reason is another. Bulk did this to Dio in Part 1, and got beat up in return. But as for the 2 random female sims who attacked him for no reason in Part 10? They too ended up suffering the wrath of ZA WARUDO! Of course, he's not above bullying and harassing random people himself.
  • Big Damn Heroes: Dio of all people, became one in the series after Bulk was murdered by Madeline in Part 7. 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.
    • Happens again in Part 22, when he summons The World to help in the final battle against Liquid Bogan, Liquid Garfield and a Bonzi-posessed Funky Kong, and deals the final blow, destroying Bonzi for good. Granted, Kira has to yell at him to do something first, but still. Earlier on he also destroyed Liquid Garfield's Metal Gear by throwing a giant selfie of himself at it
  • Blasphemous Boast: Breaks into the Church of the Watcher building in Part 21 to deliver a speech about god which Dio almost immediately makes about himself, boasting about how god can neither keep him dead or stop him from pissing on the carpet.
  • Brilliant, but Lazy: Is powerful enough to take over the world if he wants, but is more happy smoking weed, playing video games and being a dick.
    • His laziness has even started to weaken his powers as of Part 14.
  • Brought Down to Normal: In part 14, he suddenly seems to lose his powers as normal humans are capable of dodging his attacks.
  • The Bully: Loves to make Johnny Zest miserable.
  • 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.
  • Crocodile Tears: One explanation as to why he's constantly crying over the graves of people he killed.
  • Dreaming of Things to Come: In part 14 he has a nightmare where Anakin burns down the Meme house causing Dio to die, Joel beleives this is a premonition. Sure enough Anakin shows up again in part 15 but Dio is prepared this time and kills him immediately... only to die at the hands of a different serial killer!
  • Evil Is Petty: He likes 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.
  • Fictional Holiday: Has one dedicated to himself, Dio Day! On this day you're supposed to smoke weed, play games, and light large fires in the memory of Jonathan Joestar, but most importantly you must give praise to Dio and bring him gifts. Amusingly, no one really gives a damn about this holiday, not even Dio himself.
  • 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. In Part 14, even Funky got sick of him, making Dio the only person who Funky has ever snapped at.
  • Hidden Depths: Despite their rocky friendship with Bogan, it is Dio who decides to enlist Kira’s help in reviving him.
    • Worth noting is also the fact he cries rather frequently, implying he might be a severely depressed Stepford Smiler.
  • History Repeats: In a non-canon alternate reality he is slain by Jotaro Kujo, the same person who ends Dio for good in JJBA although it goes down much less epically in The Sims.
  • Horrifying the Horror: Dio's search history is so bad that even Bonzi is horrified by it.
  • 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.
  • Joker Immunity: During Part 14 he manages to get himself killed twice. Each time the game is reversed back before his death without much fanfare, and when he's revived in Part 15 but a glitch makes him stay dead he's brought back there too. He even burns to death in the sunlight in Part 21 but still manages to come back thanks to Garfield pleading with the Grim Reaper. Burns to death in the sunlight again in Part 23 but will be back in Season 3.
  • 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.
  • Large Ham: Sim Dio is nearly every bit as hammy as Jojo Dio.
  • 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.
  • Mood-Swinger: Switches from cackling maniacally and revelling in his own evil to crying over someone's death and back again on a dime. Unless the tears are just for show.
  • 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.
    • Takes this Up to Eleven in Part 17, when he formally abolishes New Year's Eve and replaces it with a national holiday dedicated to, and named after, himself.
  • NEET: He doesn't have a job and spends his days trolling the internet, writing, and drinking random people's blood.
  • Nightmare Fetishist: Seems to think Vibe Check, of all people, is attractive.
  • Only Friend: His clone is the only Sim who can stand him.
  • Paper-Thin Disguise: Late in Season 2, he gains a fondness for donning incredibly shitty disguises and fake moustaches while hunting for people to drain of blood. Not that it means much, since he just mind-controls them into not fighting back anyhow.
  • 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:
    • Joel thinks that Dio is a Troll on the internet.
    • He takes great enjoyment in the act of kicking down trash bins. Also a Running Gag.
    • Dio once went to the neighbor's house to kick over her trash, take a dump in her toilet, sleep in her bed, snatch her wig, and attempt to bake a cake.
  • 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 Part 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!
  • Sitcom Archnemesis: Has one with Johnny Zest, since he's been releasing books about harassing him.
    • He even has a punching bag with Zest's face on it.
  • The Stoner: Surprisingly enough, he's one of the characters that does the highest amounts of drugs in the series.
  • They Killed Kenny Again: Due to having Joker Immunity and being too integral to the series to be Killed Off for Real, Dio has died multiple times with his deaths being played more and more for comedy each time, with Joel being less and less worried each time he gets himself killed.
  • Teleport Spam: In Part 17 he particularly enjoys spamming his Time Stands Still Stand Ability (Actually the in-game vampire teleport skill) to move around the house, even though it's completely unnecessary as he could simply walk to his destination.
  • Too Dumb to Live: He seems to constantly forget about his glaring weakness to sunlight, casually wandering outside during the day. This comes to bite him in the ass in Part 21 when he stays out for too long and gets promptly fried to death by the Sun. It doesn't stick thanks to his housemates.
  • Token Evil Teammate: Even by the standards of his household, he's easily this. Sure, his roommates (except for Funky) also killed quite a few people, but none of them relish in their deeds as much as he does.
  • Troll: Likes to inconvenience other Sims (and occasionally Joel) just for fun. He once called the police over a broken toilet, frequently kicks down trashcans, uses the computer to "troll teh forums", and so on.
  • Walking Techbane: Manages to bluescreen nearly every computer he comes across, and most technology in the Bogan house has broken repeatedly, often due to him.
  • 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 Worf Effect: A huge chunk of Part 14 is this for Dio. First, while he tries his usual harassing and assaulting random sims in the gym, he suddenly discovers that the 'chads' are capable of dodging everything non-lethal he can throw at them, and he skulks away utterly defeated back home. Then, after a random guy is invited inside the house, he tries murdering him...and for the first time in the series, fails utterly in every attempt. He gets his ass kicked as payback. Joel was so impressed he turned this sim into Jotaro Kujo and made him Dio's designated archnemesis.
    • In a non-canon scene of Part 14, he once again attempts to kill the newly-changed Jotaro with a knife. Jotaro then easily blocks the attack, and then obliterates Dio with two huge machetes.
    • Gets even worse in Part 15, in which he gets overpowered by a scrawny nerd and stabbed to death. Though he recovers thanks to Funky.
  • Time Stands Still: His vampire teleportation ability is the result of him using The World’s ability to do this In-Universe
  • 0% Approval Rating: The only two people who have met Dio and liked him are Funky Kong, who's nice to everyone, and his own clone, though as of Part 14, even Funky is sick of him.
    • This is best shown in Part 17 when, during his Dio Day party, a burglar attempts to steal from the Bogan household but is promptly shot dead by a ghost. Instead of being concerned about this, everyone at the party is too busy complaining about how much of a dickhead Dio is.
    • An even better example happens in Part 21 when, after Dio is burnt to death but spared by the Grim Reaper thanks to Garfield' pleas, everyone there can only think "Oh fuck, he's back." Even Garfield himself, who pleaded to save Dio in the first place.

    Garfield Cat
First Appearance: Part 1

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 (according to Joel, he's a cat that occasionally wears a full body man suit). He lives with Dio Brando, Bulk Bogan and Funky Kong, and works at a restaurant.

  • Adaptational Personality Change: From a superb Lazy Bum to the (at first) Only Sane Man and (at first again) 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 accidentally left outside the Bogan house when he discovered the warp pipe toilet, which Joel interpreted as said Sim peeing on the house.
  • Berserk Button: Killing his roommates is one way to piss Garfield off, as he is quick to kill the perpetrators behind the murders of his roommates immediately after. This is shown when an enraged Garfield murdered Wario in retaliation for Bogan's murder in Part 7, and he also murdered Shaggy for Dio's murder in Part 15. Thankfully, both of them were revived.
  • Body Horror: His upper part of the head moves around as if it was made of gelatin the majority of the time.
  • Boom, Headshot!: His preferred method of execution.
  • Butt-Monkey: Is the resident Butt-Monkey of the Bogan household, although he's not nearly as much of one as the likes of Johnny Zest and Enyaba Ordonez are.
  • Chekhov's Gun: His horrible Mac & Cheese making skills comes up again in Part 12, where he accidentally burns down Bonzi's house during the epilogue.
  • Covert Pervert: He buys ten copies of the same book about CBT, and he reads them quite happily.
  • Irony: Joel designed Garfield to be the laziest member of the house. He ended up being the most hardworking one out of the three.
  • Did You Just Punch Out Cthulhu?: Kicks the Bonzi Buddy in the crotch in Part 14 after Bonzi shows up to the Bogan house unannounced. Granted, Bonzi is a ghost at this point and is a lot less dangerous than he used to be, but still.
  • The Eyore: Almost constantly tired and downtrodden, particularly in earlier episodes.
  • Jerkass: Bullies Johnny Zest, albeit not to the extent of Dio and Bogan, constantly harassed Enyaba for no real reason when she was alive, trolled Toad and after Bonzi Buddy's ghost turns over a new leaf and does the dishes for the Bogan household, Garfield's response is to kick him in the groin.
    • Jerkass Has a Point: Although considering Bonzi's track record and the fact that Bonzi had just shown up to the Bogan household unannounced, Garfield was probably justified in kicking him.
  • Joker Immunity: He hasn't died yet, but Joel confirmed that the whole Bogan household is integral to the series, whereas any other sims who die will likely stay dead.
  • Lethal Chef: Almost killed himself making Mac & Cheese. Later averted as he becomes a legitimate chef. Though he does burn down the monkey house with Mac & Cheese at the end of Season 1, however this may have been intentional on Garfield's part considering how the place had been corrupted by Bonzi.
  • 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 house to cook her a chocolate cake.
  • Not So Above It All: Constantly despairs of Dio and Bogan's antics, all the while seemingly failing to realise that he can be just as bad as them at times. There's a reason didn't hold the position of Only Sane Man of the household when Funky Kong lived with them.
  • Only Sane Man: He lives a relatively normal life with very little insanity to it. He also has a very low body count in comparison to his mass murdering housemates. Admittedly this is only in comparison to his housemates, considering that they're a homicidal narcissistic Jerkass vampire and a muscle-obsessed, frequently naked Cloud Cuckoo Lander and Manchild. Up against some of the more sane characters like Freddie Mercury, Pepsiman or agaisnt regular sims, Garfield is almost as bad as his housemates. Once Funky Kong moved in with them, Garfield lost his position as the Only Sane Man of the household.
    • As of Part 22, Funky has moved out and Garfield has this status again.
  • Out of Focus: A slight example in Season 2, as Funky Kong moving in with the Bogan household and taking Garfield's place as the Straight Man and Only Sane Man (and to a lesser extent the Token Good Teammate) resulted in Garfield being pushed to the sidelines a bit for most of the season. This is still a pretty mild example compared to most examples of this trope in Meme House though.
  • Pals with Jesus: He seems to be good friends with the Grim Reaper and is able to convince him to spare multiple lives over the course of the series.
  • Playing with Fire: He inexplicably gains pyrokinesis in Season 2, allowing him to burn things with his mind. Either that, or he always had this power, which took their form in the Mac & Cheese Incident and his burning of the Kong Household in the Season 1 Finale.
  • Sanity Slippage: While he's certainly more sane than Dio and Bogan, he does have moments where he seems to throw sanity out the window, such as when he strangled Dorian Shafer to death while calling him "Jon".
  • Species Surname: Joel gives him the full name of Garfield Cat.
  • Straight Man: Garfield doesn't get up to nearly the amount of weird shit that his housemates do.
  • 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. Now that Funky Kong's moved in however, he'll most likely have this moniker instead due to being the most kind-hearted character around.
    • As of Part 22, Funky has left to return to the jungle, giving Garfield this status again.
  • Troll: Toad paid $350 to get Bulk Bogan's services as a caterer. Garfield showed up instead, and in return, he made macaroni and cheese...for the raccoon.

    The World 
First Appearance: Part 3

Dio's Stand from the manga. In Meme House he occasionally assists Dio in killing Sims, although was invisible for many of his appearances. In Part 22, he was summoned fully by Dio in order to defeat Liquid Bogan, Liquid Garfield and a Bonzi Buddy-possessed Funky Kong, although it remains to be seen whether he'll be added to the household or will go back to being The Ghost.

  • Big Damn Heroes: Well, kinda. Dio has The World snap Anakin Skywalker's neck to prevent him from burning their house down in Part 15.
  • The Ghost: He hasn't physically appeared yet.
    • As of Part 22, he has.
  • Last Episode, New Character: A partial example, as while Dio has been using The World since at least Part 7, The World wasn't sentient and physical like Killer Queen until being summoned fully in Part 22.
  • Out of Focus: Unlike Killer Queen, The World is not a physical, sentient and long-range Stand. However, since his model is also available in Create A Sim, there's a chance The World may join the cast in and live with Dio and his friends.
    • In Part 22 he was briefly added to the Bogan household proper when summoned by Dio to help fight Liquid Bogan, however by Part 23 he was back to being Out of Focus.


Kong Household

    Funky Kong
First Appearance: Part 3

The funky surfer Kong from Donkey Kong Country. He was added in Part 3, and moved in next to the Bogan house along with Bonzi Buddy. As of Part 12, he lived with the Bogans after Bonzi's death and the destruction of his house. By Part 13, he was enlisted into the Army. In Part 22 it was revealed that Bonzi had planted a fragment of his soul in Funky and with the help of the Liquids was able to possess him. The possessed Funky was killed by Dio, destroying Bonzi’s soul in the process and shortly after Funky was resurrected by Donkey Kong and left Oasis Springs to live in the jungle. Whether he’ll return to the series remains to be seen, although it was implied in the Part 23 Christmas special that he'd return in Season 3.

  • Ambiguously Bi: He seems interested in flirting with both Johnny Zest and Enyaba Ordonez.
  • Angst? What Angst?: When locked in the basement of the Kong house in Part 12 he seemed to take it in his stride and was even seen fortnite dancing.
    • He also seems pretty unfazed by Bonzi coming back as a ghost in season 2.
    • Even his own death doesn't rattle him much, and seems pretty fine about being a ghost during the brief time he is one. Funky is one chill dude apparently.
  • Back from the Dead: Double subverted in Part 9. He gets run over by a car and Bonzi quickly pleads to the Grim Reaper to spare him. It seems to work at first...but then the Grim Reaper reaps him anyway. After hanging out as a ghost for a while, Bonzi revives him himself with his satanic powers.
    • Happens again in Part 22. After being possessed by Bonzi and becoming Funky Buddy, he's killed in a fight with Dio, only for Donkey Kong to swing by and resurrect him almost immediately after.
  • Berserk Button: Drugs and pretty much anything Dio does.
    • Also strangers coming into the Bogan house and trying to make food for them is considered the height of rudeness by Funky for some reason.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Finally gets sick of Dio's arseholery in Part 14 and explodes at him, deciding to warn everyone about Dio's existence. Notably, Dio is the only character that Funky has ever outright snapped at.
  • Big Damn Heroes: Despite his disdain for Dio, Funky, being the Nice Guy he is, still has a good enough heart to bring his roommate back to life after Dio is killed by Shaggy, by giving the Grim Reaper $50 in exchange for Dio's revival.
  • Body Horror: Has conjoined toes which stretch weirdly when he walks.
    • Joel discovered that underneath his Funky costume (almost all custom outfits used are full body costume) when bathing is a sim with a Dwarf head, since the dwarf head is considered as a hair instead of a costume or headgear.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: In Part 22 after being possessed by Bonzi Buddy and becoming Funky Buddy.
  • Came Back Wrong: After Funky's resurrection, Johnny visited him; however Funky ignored Johnny and all of his possible interactions with him were unusually mean-spirited for the normally very nice Kong. This was either a temporary side effect of Bonzi's powers, or just him feeling moody after literally dying.
  • Catchphrase: "Bodacious, dude."
  • Demonic Possession: Possessed by the soul of Bonzi Buddy in Part 22.
  • Dropped a Bridge on Him: In Part 9 he's unceremoniously run over by a car and dies instantly. Thankfully, Bonzi revives him.
  • Dude In Distress: Part 12 reveals he's been locked inside the basement of the treehouse by Bonzi Buddy for reasons unknown. Doom Guy proceeds to save him by teleporting him out of there.
  • 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.
  • Joker Immunity: Funky's death in Part 9 is undone thanks to Bonzi Buddy's satanic powers. And due to being a member of the Bogan Household as of Season 2, he along with the whole Bogan household can never die, since their existence is integral to the series. Any other sims are still likely to die though.
  • Living with the Villain: He's one of the nicest guys in the series, but shared his first house with Bonzi. As of Part 12, one of the people Funky lives with includes Dio Brando.
  • 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.
    • As of Part 14 however, he's now had enough of Dio's arseholery and snapped at him.
  • Only Sane Man: One of the nicest, sanest and most laid-back characters in the series.
  • Powersuit Monkey: As of Season 2 he has finally gotten himself employed, in the military, where he specialises in gorilla warfare.
  • Put on a Bus: Leaves Oasis Springs to live in the jungle with Donkey Kong in Part 22.
  • "Reason You Suck" Speech: Gives one to Dio in Part 14 after Dio pushes Funky's buttons too much. Dio's response to this? "hehe monky".
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: When he visits the Bogan Household for the first time, "Loud Nigra Rainbow Ride Magic Missile BEES" is playing in the background while the rest of the household is minding their own business, prompting him to leave.
  • Stepford Smiler: Shows signs of this in Part 17, trying to stay laid-back and nice on the surface, but starting to get really tired of the strain of living with the likes of the Bogan household and with the general chaos of life in Oasis Springs.
  • Surfer Dude: Talks like one, but has yet to be seen surfing.
  • Surprisingly Sudden Death: In part 9 he dies with little to no warning after getting run over by a car, thankfully Bonzi resurrects him relatively quickly.
  • The Teetotaler: He absolutely refuses to drink alcohol or do drugs, making him one of the least unhinged characters in the series.
  • Token Good Teammate: He was this in the Kong Household, as he is an incredibly nice and good-hearted Sim, while his roommate, Bonzi Buddy was an evil being with demonic powers wanting to corrupt the world. As Funky now lives with the Bogan Household following Bonzi's death, he's the Token Good Teammate to them as well.
  • Turn Undead: It's revealed in Season 2 that Funky has the power to sever the ties of ghosts to the physical world, and thus is one of the few Sims capable of sending them away permanently. Joel implies this power comes from his exposure with Bonzi Buddy's dark magic, or possibly a magical link with him.
  • With Friends Like These...: One of the only characters who is nice to Johnny Zest, however has occasionally caused Johnny as much misfortune as those who torment him, albeit unintentionally such as in Part 5 when the guitarist he hires for Johnny shows up naked and vomits everywhere and later on when Funky accidentally locks himself inside Johnny’s house forcing Johnny to sleep on a bench outside for the night.

    Bonzi Buddy
First Appearance: Part 3
Final (Living) Appearance: Part 12
Final Appearance: Part 22

The infamous adware gorilla. He was added in Part 3, and moved in next to the Bogan house along with Funky Kong. He works as a tech support call assistant, deals drugs, and has demonic powers. These evil powers were put a stop to by DoomGuy John in Part 12, resulting in Bonzi's death. In Season 2 he returned as a ghost, though his corruption of the world and his own powers seemed to be greatly diminished, if not completely absent. He also seemed to be quite a bit more benevolent, and showed no open hostility to the living around him. However, in Part 22 it was revealed that he'd placed part of his soul inside Funky Kong, and had started working with Liquid Bogan in exchange for being able to possess Funky and become Funky Buddy, which he did during the final battle with the Liquids. However, Funky Buddy was defeated in the battle and Bonzi's soul was seemingly destroyed for good.

  • Affably Evil: Surprisingly polite to guests, including Johnny Zest.
    • In Part 14, his ghost washes the dishes for the Bogan household. He gets kicked in the croutch by Garfield for his troubles. He shows up in the following part to clean the floor.
  • Alas, Poor Villain: While nobody (rightfully) ever forgives him for the whole 'demonic invasion' thing he had going on in Season 1, his post-death treatment in Season 2 is given a sympathetic, though tragic light: Stuck as a ghost, he has none of his demonic powers he once had, and any attempt to atone for his sins is met with scorn and physical assault. On top of that, he's very slowly being permanently pulled into the netherworld as shown in Part 17.
    • However this is ultimately averted come Part 22, when he is able to possess Funky Kong and tries to kill the Bogan household.
  • Amazing Technicolor Population: His body is a light shade of purple.
  • And I Must Scream: Considering he did a Deal with the Devil and got killed, his soul now belongs to whatever demonic being he signed it over to and now that he's dead he's stuck in ghost form within either the Squarepants Household (likely due to Wesker) or The Cursed Lands. Part 17 shows that his ghost's ties to the physical realm is slowly deteriorating, meaning that once they're gone, he'll likely be Dragged Off to Hell.
  • The Antichrist: Gained Demonic Powers not too long after his introduction. He also seems to be either summoning or corrupting Sims into grotesque demons.
  • Big Bad: The second in the series after Madeline and Shaman Wario. Part 9 shows in detail how his corruption is affecting the world, and in Part 10, Joel pretty much confirmed he's a force that had to be stopped. By Part 11, his corruption had spread to the sky itself and even more demons began flooding the world before being put to a stop by DoomGuy in the season finale.
  • Big Bad Wannabe: In Part 22 it's revealed that he'd begun working with Liquid Bogan and Liquid Garfield in exchange for being able to come back from the dead. He gets finished off for good by Dio pretty quickly though.
  • The Cameo: Is reduced to making these as a ghost in Season 2 after being killed in the Season 1 finale.
  • The Corruption: His dark influence starts to spread to the very world, summoning demons and corrupting humans. To show off how powerful he has become, his corruption of the world is at 80% in Part 9.
    • Seemed to have gotten even worse in Part 11. The sky had basically been taken over by Bonzi and was filled with error messages. None of the residents seemed to notice or care, but it showed the audience that he was only getting stronger. Unlike every other event in Part 11, this was the only thing that didn't seem to be part of Jill's dream, and was indeed really happening. Regardless, The Corruption was put to a stop at the hands of DoomGuy John in the Season Finale.
  • Creepy Crows: A veritable swarm of ominous birds surround him near constantly, making him stand out like a sore thumb in public, even among other weird characters.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: Dio wipes the floor with him in Part 22.
  • Evil Counterpart: Well, evil-er. Bonzi is arguably one to Dio, as both are unrepentantly evil and very powerful thanks to demonic and vampiric powers respectively (not to mention Dio's Stand powers) and could pretty easily take over the world, as while Dio is far too lazy to even try and is much happier trolling internet forums, smoking weed and mooching off his housemates, Bonzi very nearly succeeded in doing so, and was only stopped by DoomGuy going on the rampage and killing him and all his demons.
  • Dark Is Evil: Despite being purple, he is more closely associated with darkness due to his demonic powers. Case in point, in Part 12 he wore a completely black outfit instead of his usual half-naked attire.
  • Deader Than Dead: Likely, as his very soul was destroyed in Part 22.
  • Deal with the Devil: How he gains his demonic powers in Part 5.
  • Death Equals Redemption: Of a sort, following his death at the end of Season 1 and his appearances in Season 2 as a ghost. He still looks quite ominous, but his powers are greatly diminished, if not absent altogether, and he seems to be much friendlier - especially when compared to many of the other ghosts in Oasis Springs, who are not above murdering or even cannibalising both the living and their own kind. In Part 15, Joel, upon noticing that Bonzi was cleaning the floor to a bass boosted Russian national anthem at the Bogan Household after Dio awoke from his premonition wondered if this was thanks to the power of communism.
    • This is then inverted completely by the Season 2 Finale, which has Bonzi, possesing Funky, claim that he will kill everyone instead of just taking over the world with demons, which might imply he went through some severe Motive Decay during his time as a ghost, the abuse he suffered during probably it didn't help.
  • Demoted to Extra: From a major character and the main antagonist of Season 1 to making occasional cameos as a ghost in Season 2.
    • Then subverted in Part 22 as he's revealed to be working with Liquid Bogan and Liquid Garfield, and possesses Funky Kong.
  • The Dreaded: Joel is terrified of him, and even screamed when Bonzi's ghost rocked up to the Bogan house in Part 14.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: Even Bonzi is horrified by the amount of viruses on Dio's computer and the general chaos of the Bogan household.
  • Evil Overlord: While merely seeming like a minor nuisance even when gaining demonic powers, he slowly started to corrupt the world from the comfort of his treehouse.
  • From Nobody to Nightmare: In his first appearance in Part 3, he was just a live chat support agent/drug dealer and minor criminal. In Part 5 he gained demonic powers, but still remained a relatively minor nuisance. However, by Part 9, he'd flooded the world with demons. And at the end of Part 10, Joel all but states that he was a threat that needed to be stopped. And in the season finale, he indeed was stopped.
  • Hijacked by Ganon: Through some mysterious process, Lasagna Ocelot summons him and makes him possess Funky Kong, who then promptly begins attacking everything in sight, namely Bogan, making Bonzi the last opponent of both Season 1 and Season 2.
  • Horrifying the Horror: Even Bonzi is freaked out by the amount of viruses and porn on Dio's computer and the general chaos of the Bogan household.
    Bonzi: "Holy shit, this computer is full of dicks! There's Minecraft viruses everywhere. Oh God where do I even start? Oh God, who am I, why am I weeping? What's going on? Why is there shit and piss and puke everywhere? Oh God, that guy over there is so sweaty! Why is there Trash Plants and graves everywhere? Help me. Oh God, help me! Banana..."
  • Humanoid Abomination: An unblinking purple-skinned humanoid gorilla with a Thousand-Yard Stare and demonic powers.
  • Killed Off for Real: He died in the Season 1 finale as a result of his battle with DoomGuy. Altough he later came back as a ghost for a large chunk of Season 2, he ended up dying his final death while possesing Funky Kong, his spirits vanishing into the ether.
  • The Undead: In Season 2 he comes back as a ghost, currently it's unclear if he's still a threat and if he still has his satanic powers.
    • However as of Part 17 his ghost is getting weaker and losing its connection to the mortal world, meaning he'll likely disappear for good before the end of Season 2.
  • Knight of Cerebus: The tone gets a lot darker whenever he shows up.
  • Kubrick Stare: He is constantly in one.
  • Me's a Crowd: Several clones of him began to appear at the end of part 8.
  • Names to Run Away from Really Fast: In a blink-and-you'll-miss-it moment in Part 12, Joel calls him The Icon Of Sin right before DoomGuy goes to fight him.
  • Neck Lift: DoomGuy lifts him up by his neck before slamming him onto the ground, killing him.
  • No Good Deed Goes Unpunished: At one point he seemed to have turned over a new leaf as a ghost, even washing the Bogan household's dishes for them. He got kicked in the groin by Garfield for his troubles.
  • Omnicidal Maniac: Has become this by Part 22. Whereas before he wanted to rule the world, now he just wants to kill everyone.
  • Out of Focus: In Season 2, on account of being killed in the Season 1 finale. He still appears occasionally as a a ghost, but he's nowhere near as major a character as in Season 1. In addition, his ghost's appearances have been getting less and less frequent, while in Part 17 his ghost is revealed to be losing its connection to the mortal world, and is seemingly destined to return to the afterlife for good.
  • Parrot Pet Position: After gaining demonic powers, crows randomly sit down on Bonzi's shoulders for a bit before flying away.
  • Pet the Dog: Despite his status as an evil, demon-summoning ape, he still found time enough to plead for Funky's revival to the Grim Reaper, and when it didn't work, he revived him himself.
  • Posthumous Character: Still made appearances throughout Season 2 and affected the plot slightly, although his importance was greatly diminished post-mortem and he was largely reduced to making ghostly cameos.
  • Power Glows: After making a deal with a demon painting, he started to glow red with dark energy.
  • Purple Is Powerful: A purple colored talking ape, who is also a dark sorcerer and demon summoner.
  • Spider-Sense: Bonzi is able to use his powers to sense incoming danger towards him or his friends. Yet he was unable to stop Funky Kong from getting run over.
  • Thousand-Yard Stare: Like other mask-headed characters, he can't blink. Bonzi in particular looks like he is constantly pissed off due to the way his eyes are shaped.
  • Took a Level in Jerkass: While he was hardly nice to begin with, he was introduced in Part 3 as just a shady live chat support agent, drug dealer and minor criminal. In episode 5 he does a Deal with the Devil to gain demonic powers, and proves he's worthy of them by using them to give two nearby sims horrible deaths and by Part 9 he was flooding the world with demons, creating demonic clones of himself and his corruption of the world was at 80%. And by the Season Finale, Bonzi had fully corrupted the world, and even trapped his own friend, Funky Kong in the basement of their home. Thankfully, DoomGuy put a stop to Bonzi's evil plans.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: Seems to have done this now he's a ghost, being somewhat more benevolent to others now, and even doing the dishes for the Bogan household. Time will tell if he's genuinely got nicer or has ulterior motives though.
    • Ultimately averted, Bonzi was likely only doing this in order to plant part of his soul within Funky Kong in order to possess Kong later on.
  • Your Days Are Numbered: After his death in Season 1, his ghost has been steadily getting weaker and weaker. In Part 17, an in-game notification shows that Bonzi has not long in the mortal plane before the connection is severed.
    • Unless a ritual is done to strengthen the connection, which Joel refuses to let any of the characters do. Makes sense In-Universe, as nobody would ever want to do it, not even his former roommate Funky.


Yoshikage Household

    Yoshikage Kira
First Appearance: Part 4

The Big Bad of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Diamond is Unbreakable. Joel adds him and his stand Killer Queen to the Meme House series in the fourth episode.

  • Adaptational Heroism: While much like in Diamond Is Unbreakable he's a Serial Killer who just wants to live a quiet life and not get involved, here he's much more willing to help save the day, especially if the Mona Lisa or Bulk Bogan's hands are involved.
  • Adaptational Sexuality: Straight in Diamond Is Unbreakable, Ambiguously Bi in Meme House.
  • Affably Evil: Still a serial-killing psychopath, but will help save the day if needed.
  • All Love Is Unrequited: Appears to have a thing for Bogan, although Bulk is none too happy about this.
  • 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: Yep, even a Serial Killer can be a Big Damn Hero. 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. By doing this, Kira also revived Wario and Layne Hartman.
    • Becomes this again in Part 22 after Bulk summons him to help in the final battle against the Liquids.
  • The Bus Came Back: Finally appears again in Part 21 and 22, after last appearing all the way back in Part 7.
  • Cold Ham: Pretty monotone, but manages to wring maximum amounts of ham out of every word.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: Murders Enyaba Ordonez in cold blood for merely kicking down his trash. He later kills a man called Caiphus Lyle for having badly-textured hair.
  • Earn Your Happy Ending: Joel stated in Part 14 that his story arc is concluded and visiting him would be counterintuitive to the quiet life he wanted, so as far as the audience is concerned he achieved his dreams.
    • Averted in Part 22 though, as he had his quiet life disrupted by Bulk Bogan asking him to help deal with Liquid Bogan.
  • Even the Guys Want Him: Kira is canonically straight, but flirts with a man because he has Waluigi-textured hair.
    • A more straight example is when Kira is enthralled by Bulk Bogan's hands, and apparently only agreed to use Bites The Dust to save Bogan in Part 7 when he heard about his hands.
  • Fetish: Much like in Diamond Is Unbreakable, Kira has a hand fetish, although here he's also into men's hands as well as women's.
  • Foil: Arguably one to Dio, as they are both Jojo villains who have extremely powerful stands and could be the Big Bad and take over the world if they wanted, however neither of them seem to be interested, with the difference being that Kira wants nothing to do with the world of Meme House as it disrupts his quiet life while Dio is simply far too lazy, selfish and petty to even try.
  • The Hermit: Avoids the rest of the neighbourhood as he wants to live a quiet life.
  • Only Sane Man: It says a lot about the cast of Meme House when this guy is considered one of the more normal ones.
  • Out of Focus: In more recent episodes, Kira has been focused on less, and doesn't appear at all in parts 8-20 barring the epilogue of Part 12 (which even then was a reused clip from a previous episode). Rather fitting for someone who wants nothing more then to live a quiet life. He was almost visited in Part 15 but Freddie backed out of it.
    • This is finally, finally subverted in Part 21, a whopping 13 parts after his last appearance, in which Bulk walks inside his house, thanks him for saving him all the way back in Part 7, protects him from a burglar, and bribes Kira with a lot of money for his trust.
  • 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.

    Killer Queen Deadly
First Appearance: Part 4

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 - this was most likely done to avoid the strange scenario of Kira fighting or falling out with...himself.
    • Admittedly, this was likely only done as there isn't a 'Stand' relationship option even in this heavily modded version of Sims 4 that Meme House is run on.
  • 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.
  • Out of Focus: As with Kira.
  • 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.

    Stray Cat Yoshikage
First Appearance: Part 5

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.
  • Good Counterpart: Unlike Spaghetti Grapes, Stray Cat doesn't have an active presence in the household and is not malicious.
  • Out of Focus: Like the rest of the Yoshikage household.

Chat Household

    Twitch Chat
"me :)"
First Appearance: Part 5

The collective hive mind of Joel's twitch chat made into a Sim. He was added in Part 5 together with Jerma.

  • Ambiguously Bi: He starts flirting with Johnny Zest and even kisses him at one point, he also goes on a date with 'Dantette'. It makes sense considering the whole 'hive mind' thing.
  • Ambiguous Gender: Twitch identifies as male for the sake of simplicity but the truth is more complicated since he represent all of Joel's chat.
  • Ambiguous Disorder: In part 6 Twitch was diagnosed with either an anxiety or panic disorder. He frequently takes the medication Xanax to help though the pills often leave him feeling dazed.
  • Audience Participation: Joel usually asks chat what Chat should do, and generally follows through on what chat demands, even if he personally would disagree with the course of action. Also the stream chat generally mimics his mood or reactions to things happening to him, so in a weird reverse the sim also participates to the audience, as they are one and the same.
  • Basement-Dweller: Both him and Jerma live inside of a bunker.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Chat has done things like take showers in the rain and talk to streetlamps.
  • Everyone Has Standards: Despite being one of the few sims to actually be nice to Johnny and possibly attracted to him Twitch's friendship with Johnny steadily began to deteriorate after his breakdown, by the time Part 18 occurs Twitch becomes so disturbed by Johnny's violent nature he (falsely at the time) claims that Johnny is a murderer out loud during Geekcon- which may be the reason why Zest later gets nearly fatally stabbed.
  • Hive Mind: Twitch Chat is a being comprised of every single chat member in Joel's chat.
  • Ill Girl: Spends the first half of part 9 dying of a terminal disease before being cured.
  • Soap Opera Disease: He abruptly gets an unnamed terminal illness in Part 9, which Joel names 'Boofa Ligma Sugma'. Thankfully, he gets healed before his time runs out.

    Jerma 985
First Appearance: Part 5

A mildly underheight YouTuber who transitioned into a Twitch streamer in 2016. He was added in part 5 together with Twitch Chat.

Squarepants Household

    Spongebob Squarepants
First Appearance: Part 6

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.

  • A Death in the Limelight: He spends almost the entirety of Episode 11 dying, which is coincidentally the first (and currently only) episode where he's had any prominence. It's rendered moot when Jill wakes up and reveals that Episode 11 was all in her head.
  • Death by Irony: Comes very close to this in part 6 as he gets trapped behind his bed in his house round the back of Wesker and Jill's house, and because he's such a hermit and only he can enter his house, no-one actually notices for the rest of the episode, and Joel only notices in the next episode that Spongebob has been trapped there and is slowly starving to death.
  • The Eeyore: By far one of the most depressed characters in the whole game.
  • The Hermit: He has a smaller, separate house in the same lot that nobody but him can enter.
  • Loners Are Freaks: Played for Laughs, but due to his loner attitude, he apperently thinks a 'movie night' means 'going to an empty lot to dance with no music with other people'.
  • No Social Skills: As a contrast to the real Spongebob, he barely has any friends and doesn't seem to like interacting with people.
  • Only Friend: Funky is the only Sim that gets along with him.
  • Out of Focus: Even when Joel is controlling the household, he mostly focuses on Jill and Wesker.
  • "Shaggy Dog" Story: While Johnny Zest may be the official Cosmic Plaything, Spongebob arguably had it even worse in Part 11. First, he gets incredibly ill, then he gets shot in the leg by a house invader, then when he tries to go to the hospital to cure the wound they somehow fail twice, despite the odds of success being 90%. Even after that he refuses to accept his fate and tries to become a vampire through Dio, but it's too late. He doesn't even get the decency of dying at his house, instead dying in the front yard of Johnny Zest's house. This is all rendered even more pointless when it turns out to be All Just a Dream.
  • Straight Man: Even more than Garfield, Spongebob is (ironically) one of the most normal characters in the series. This has lessened somewhat due to his Loners Are Freaks and Yandere actions in Part 9, and even further with his murderous actions in season 2.
  • Supreme Chef: What he is working towards achieving.
  • Took a Level in Jerkass: He gets significantly more murderous in Season 2, which is exemplified in Part 1: First, he kills a random guy (that admittedly was beating the crap out of one of his housemates) in a totally overkill way, and then burns a random nerd to death for daring to ask him if he wanted to talk about nerdy things.
  • Yandere: Spongebob is desperate for Funky's undivided attention and constantly asks to hang out with him.

    Albert Wesker
First Appearance: Part 6

The Big Bad from Resident Evil. He was added in part 6 together with Spongebob to live in Enyaba's house after her death where he is an assassin for hire.

  • Ambiguous Situation: A Glitch in the game makes Wesker's fate uncertain after he was kidnapped. Getting kidnapped removed him for the active household but his sim inexplicably teleport ed back to the house shortly after the act at first as a ghost then as a normal npc sim. Joel has added him back to the household but his strange situation has the game thinking he is both kidnapped and a witness to himself being kidnapped. In universe it's uncertain if Wesker was replaced with a 'liquid' clone or if he really escaped his captors.
  • Badass Normal: He doesn't have any of the supernatural abilities of Dio or Bonzi, but he's still managed to rack up one of the highest kill-counts in the series with nothing more than his swordsmanship.
  • BFS: He wields a massive sword to do his killing, and he's incredibly skilled with it too.
  • Catchphrase: "Complete. Global. _____" (word that usually sounds like saturation) and "Uroboros".
  • The Chessmaster: Joel asks if Nemesis and Jill woohooing had something to do with him; Wesker nods.
    • Joel is also convinced he's the one behind Bonzi's return as a ghost.
    • Some Twitch and YouTube commenters have suspected that he actually orchestrated his own kidnapping so he could escape from the repercussions of lacing the Thanksgiving turkey with laxatives.
    • He also may or may not be behind most, if not all the events of Season 2.
  • Complexity Addiction: In Part 18, Joel states that Wesker's plans are so complex and multi-layered he himself has no clue how they work or what the end-goal is.
  • Cool Shades: Like in the games he stars in, he constantly wears sunglasses.
  • Distressed Dude: A really odd version of this trope happens in Part 13. He's kidnapped by a mysterious group just after Harvestfest. However, the game glitches out and Wesker is still there except not controllable, at least before Joel adds him back into the Household. However, as far as the game is concerned, Wesker is STILL kidnapped and held at ransom. It's unknown what this means for the narrative.
    • He gets kidnapped again in Part 18. Or rather, his body does, and his soul gets left behind due to a glitch once again. This time Joel actually goes through with the kidnapping plotline, with Spongebob going to the Forgotten Grotto to pay the kidnappers and get Wesker's body back.
  • Grand Theft Me: A strange example happens in the case of Wesker’s second kidnapping in Episode 18, in which his body gets abducted and taken to the Forgotten Grotto, while his soul is very briefly torn away and remains at the Squarepants Household. Wesker’s predicament is solved when Spongebob goes to the grotto to pay the ransom.
  • 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.
  • Mood-Swinger: He rapidly flips between amused confidence, and loudly weeping at the many urns scattering his home.
  • 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.
  • Punctuated! For! Emphasis!: His "Complete. Global. _____" catchphrase.
  • Pyrrhic Villainy: In Part 13, he succeeds in ruining Harvestfest for the entire household and a few strangers by pouring stomach meds in the turkey. However, not only does he eat it himself (with all the consequences that follow), he's then beaten up by a stranger and kidnapped.
  • Single-Target Sexuality: Implied. Joel stated that Wesker would only 'date' Chris.
  • Shout-Out: The default outfit he wore is a dead ringer to Noctis Lucis Caelum's, and the fact that he fight with swords only makes the reference clearer.
  • Theme Music Power-Up: When he's about to do his BERSERK special move, expect Joel to play Rules Of Nature.
  • The Worf Effect: In Part 11, even he can't stop a criminal from robbing the house. Even after using his special greatsword attack, the robber is inexplicably alive with a hole in his chest, and this indirectly leads to Spongebob getting shot and later dying. Subverted at the very end however: Since the entire episode is revealed to be Jill's nightmare, it makes sense why Wesker couldn't stop anything.
  • Too Dumb to Live: Non-deadly example. In the start of Season 2, Wesker poisons the Harvestfest grand meal with stomach meds. However, he also eats it himself with a huge smile on his face. Cue Toilet Humor.
    ""Oh shit, my plan is flawed..."
  • Trauma Conga Line: A good chunk of Season 2 Part 1 is dedicated to his suffering. First, his evil plan to ruin Harvestfest works a little bit too well and he himself eats the poisoned turkey. Then, while everyone is pissing and shitting in the house, a burglar arrives and takes a whopping 1500 Simoleons before he's arrested (and they don't even get the money back). Then, as the cherry on top, he gets kidnapped by a mysterious group, but the game glitches out and he himself remains active in the world...But he has a +99 Terrified moodlet that will never vanish as long as the game considers him 'kidnapped'.

    Jill T-Type (Nee Valentine)
First Appearance: Part 6

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. As of Part 12, she is married to Nemesis T-Type.

  • A Day in the Limelight: All of Part 11 is dedicated to her household. She in particular is the one in the limelight the most, due to her pregnancy subplot and all the events in the part turning out to be just a layered, realistic nightmare. A decent chunk of Part 12 also revolves around her and Nemesis finally getting married.
  • Adaptational Curves: She has a bit more meat on her bones than her original counterpart, being a residue of when she was Diamond Mooney.
  • Ascended Extra: She was a 'normal' Sim that just didn't want to leave Wesker and Spongebob's house. Joel promptly transformed her into Jill Valentine.
  • Babies Ever After: She becomes pregnant off-screen, as revealed in the "Where Are They Now?" Epilogue of Season 2.
  • Beast and Beauty: Sleeps with Nemesis as soon as she meets him.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Thinks Nemesis is attractive, wears very strange outfits and is always waving a gun around in peoples' faces.
  • Dating Catwoman: She has no issue shacking up with Nemesis, even though he is a living bio-weapon designed to kill people like her.
  • Dreaming of Things to Come: In Part 11 a burglar enters her house in her nightmare. In the next episode, the Season 1 Finale, a burglar crashes in during her Wedding Day, though this ends much less tragically than in her dream.
  • Gun Nut: She's always holding a pistol in her default outfit.
  • Hidden Depths: Part 11 indirectly fleshes out her character a lot. Due to the entire episode being her nightmare, one can get a lot of information from the random events that happened: She's incredibly afraid of losing the people around her, specifically her lover Nemesis and housemate Spongebob. Nemesis dying soon after impregnating her also shows a fear of abandonment if she were to actually get pregnant. Finally, her newborn son disappearing in his crib shows she's incredibly anxious of being a mother, especially a single mother.
  • Impossibly Tacky Clothes: As of Part 23 she's started wearing what can only be described as a golfer's outfit with no trousers.
  • Nightmare Fetishist: Despite being a mound of parasite-infested flesh, she finds Nemesis attractive enough to have sex with him.
  • Nightmare Sequence: All of Part 11 turns out to be her nightmare.
  • "Shaggy Dog" Story: Her entire sub-plot in Part 11 is one. First, she gets impregnated by Nemesis before he dies. She still has the baby though, so despite feeling incredibly depressed she presses onwards. Then, after a house invasion and another household member dying, she finally delivers the baby...only for the baby to get taken away as soon as it entered the household. After this, she wakes up.
  • The Smurfette Principle: She's the only Joel-controlled female character as of the end of Season 1.
  • The Tease: She's shown being flirty with several people right away, including Nemesis and Spongebob. Joel thinks that it's because the music in the house gets her in the mood. She also acts flirty after Johnny Zest accidentally catches her fully naked in his shower. Joel has none of it since she was betrothed to Nemesis at the time, and makes her kick the now flustered Johnny in the croutch.

Clone Bogan Household ("Liquid Household")

    Liquid Bogan / Venom Bogan
Click here to see him before his death. 
Click here to see Venom Bogan. 

First Appearance: Part 1

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.

In Season 2 he's alive, living in a gigantic mansion alongside Liquid Garfield, altough for unexplained reasons, both he and his ghost exists separately at the same time.

  • And I Must Scream: After an extremely undignified death, Liquid Bogan is now trapped as a ghost between this world and the afterlife and has been forced into cleaning up after the Bogan household whenever he emerges from his urn.
    • It gets worse for him in Season 2, he's now got a body back but his body now has only one working eye and a strange black spike coming out of his head. Not only that, but his ghost is still around, implying that if Liquid and Venom Bogan are one and the same, his body is little more than a soulless husk.
  • Back from the Dead: The "Where Are They Now?" Epilogue reveals that he's somehow alive again. No explanation is given. This is officially canonized in Season 2.
  • Boom, Headshot!: He's shot in the head by the real Bogan.
  • Big Bad: His Bulk Clone Army Project along with his meddling with the Russian Mafia cause quite a lot of trouble in Season 2, and his ultimate plan require the death of the entire Meme House, that is to say the Bogan Household. Despite not being the final villain that's defeated in the Season 2 Finale, he's still the mastermind behind most major events in the Season, and perhaps even prior.
  • Contrasting Sequel Antagonist: Compared to Bonzi, who was brazenly, unabashedly evil to the point of summoning crows to land on his shoulders at random points and wearing a dark robe everywhere, Liquid Bogan prefers to stay on the sidelines, operating covertly and observing from a distance, only directly intervening when he thinks it's necessary.
  • 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.
  • Evil Genius: He's significantly smarter than Bulk, though that's not saying much, as shown by him leading an entire organization and pioneering cloning technology and his more 'normal' way of talking. In an Info Dump by Lasagna Ocelot to Bogan, he describe Liquid as a genius who also managed to discover the existance of infinite timelines.
  • Eyepatch After Time Skip: Like Venom Snake, Liquid Bogan's new form has an eyepatch, likely because of the bullet to the head, courtesy of Bulk. This is where the unofficial nickname 'Venom Bogan' comes from.
  • Inexplicably Identical Individuals: He is completely identical to Joel's Bogan, and demonstrates a lot of the same traits 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.
    • In-universe it's revealed in Part 22 that Bulk is actually a clone of Liquid.
  • Made a Slave: Dio regularly compels Liquid Bogan's ghost to fix broken appliances in the Bogan house.
  • Non-Action Big Bad: Unlike Bonzi, the Liquid/Venom Bogan in Season 2 has yet to show any particular powers or combat skills, often preferring to stalk the various households, ESPECIALLY the Bogan Household, from a distance. The laboratory discovered in the Forgotten Grotto impliles he may have some sort of organization working for him.
    • This is actually subverted in the Season 2 Finale, in which he decides to go and finish Bulk by himself instead of letting Lasagna Ocelot or his entire Clone Army do the work for him. Though it's then zig-zagged: he's a competent fighter, but he's no match for Bulk's Extreme CBT, and is actually the first of the three villains to go down.
  • Not Quite Dead: Everything in the Season 2 Finale indicates his second death is for good, from the final confrontation with Bulk, to his disbelief over Bulk's power of CBT before dying, and Lasagna Ocelot's tracker of him going from 'Active' to a very unambiguous DEAD. Despite all of that, his eyes suddenly shoot wide open in The Stinger.
  • 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. This applies to the other clones as well.
  • Offscreen Romance: While it's unknown to what extent, Venom Bogan and Lasagna Ocelot seemed to have gotten in a romantic relationship between Season 1 and 2.
  • Posthumous Character: He lived for a grand total of two minutes. The rest of his appearances in the series are as a ghost. Subverted in Season 2, where he's alive in the flesh.
  • 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.
  • The Soulless: Maybe. In Season 2 both his living self and his ghost exist at the same time, possibly indicating the currently alive Liquid Bogan is nothing but an empty shell.
  • Undignified Death: Shot in the middle of a street in broad daylight by his insane naked doppelganger.
    • In Season 2, he dies after suffering Extreme CBT from Bulk. Sort of.

    Liquid Dio
First Appearance: Part 7

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.

  • Ambiguously Human: Appears to be human unlike his vampiric counterpart, although it hasn't been outright confirmed.
  • 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.
  • Narcissist: It's Dio, after all. Considering that he's the only Liquid to get on well with the original and be spared as a result, this probably applies.
  • Sole Survivor: Prior to Liquid Bogan and Liquid Garfield having come back to life in Season 2, Liquid Dio was 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.
  • Token Good Teammate: Ironically, while Dio is the most evil of the Bogan household, Liquid Dio is the least evil of the Liquids, due to not seemingly having much involvement in their plans. This is likely out of typical Dio selfishness and laziness rather than genuine good intentions however.

    Liquid Garfield / Lasagna Ocelot
Click here to see Lasagna Ocelot. 
First Appearance: Part 4

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.

  • Back from the Dead: Inexplicably alive and sporting a new look in Season 2, living together with Liquid Bogan.
  • Boom, Headshot!: Just like how Liquid Bogan was killed, Liquid Garfield is shot in the head by his counterpart.
  • The Dragon: He's Liquid Bogan's official right-hand man in Season 2, and actually outlasts him, showing up in his Metal Gear to attack the Bogan Household after Bulk beats Liquid in a fistfight.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: His first appearance actually took place in Episode 4, 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
  • Fake Ultimate Mook: When he shows up riding his Metal Gear, he does actually manage to destroy part of the Bogan Household, specifically the kitchen, which no other villain in the series managed to do. This hypes it up to be a life-threatening enemy to Bulk and the others. This, however, only manages to piss Dio off, causing him to chuck random junk at the Metal Gear and defeating it with ease.
  • Inexplicably Identical Individuals: Just like the other Liquids, there seems to be no differences between Liquid Garfield and the actual Garfield. It's later revealed that 'Liquid Garfield' is not actually a clone. While it's not fully explained what he is, it's stated his existance is due to the corruption of the timeline.
  • 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. Subverted in Season 2, he's alive and well inside Liquid Bogan's mansion.
  • Mythology Gag: This isn't the first time a Lasagna Ocelot is the underling of the main villain.
  • Surprisingly Sudden Death: Shot in the head by Garfield shortly after being introduced.
  • Unexplained Recovery: Is somehow alive and well in season 2. Unless there have been two sets of clones running around.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: Gets shot by Garfield not even ten minutes after his first proper appearance (not counting his Early-Bird Cameo in episode 4).

Hartman Household

    CBT Wizard Johnson
First Appearance: Part 7

An elderly wizard wearing a bathrobe and a wizard hat with the words "CBT" on it, based on Wizard Whitebeard from Joel's Where's Waldo? stream. He was added in Part 7 alongside Nemesis T-Type.

  • Adaptational Nice Guy: The AI never autonomously directs him to go around kicking people in the dick, so whenever Joel isn't playing as him, he's quite a bit less terrible to everyone. Plus, there's also the fact that he hosted a cookout and invited various sims to attend it in Part 14.
  • Depraved Homosexual: He and Jerma are in a relationship based around mutual testicular assault.
  • Dirty Old Man: Oh, yes.
  • Establishing Character Moment: The very first thing he does is kick Layne in the balls. After that, he goes out on the streets and kicks three separate people in the balls with telekinesis, then heads to Johnny Zest's house and kicks him repeatedly in the balls while holding up a plate of hamburgers and looking incredibly smug.
  • Evil Old Folks: He's an elderly man, and his only joy in life is assaulting testicles.
  • Gag Penis: In Part 17, he has a massive constant erection solely hidden by his bathrobe.
  • Groin Attack: One of his favorite things to do is knee Sims in the nuts, which makes sense considering his name.
  • His Name Really Is "Barkeep": CBT Wizard really is his name, it's not just a title.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: Is on the receiving end of his own hobby / fetish in Part 17 courtesy of Vibe Check and is absolutely miserable about it.
  • Hypocrite: Goes round violently kicking people in the genitals, only to get extremely upset when it happens to him.
  • Immortality: He is completely immortal, and the only sim thus far to have this power (Besides Grandma 2 from the spinoff). Evidence to him being an actual powerful wizard, despite being the only magic we've seen him do, is psychokinetic testicle kicks.
  • Irony: Jerma kicks him in the balls after they Woohoo.
    • In Part 17, Vibe Check turns the tables on him and kicks him in the crotch, which the CBT Wizard is miserable about and is later seen clutching his crotch in agony, showing that he can dish it out but can't actually take it.
  • Jerkass: He kicks people in the crotch for no reason.
  • May–December Romance: While the CBT's wizards precise age is not known, he's in a romantic relationship with the much younger looking Jerma.
  • 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.
  • Raging Stiffie: Sports one as of Part 17, much to Joel's horror and dismay.
  • Slapstick Knows No Gender: Is as happy to kick women in the crotch as men.
  • 10-Minute Retirement: Part 13 had the Kick Croutch option removed from the game, depriving him of his powers, only for him to regain them one episode later.
  • 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.
  • 0% Approval Rating: Considering who he is and what he does, this is kind of a given.

    Nemesis T-Type
First Appearance: Part 7

Another Big Bad from Resident Evil. He was added in Part 7 alongside CBT Wizard Johnson. As of Part 12, he is now married to Jill Valentine and lives in her household.

  • Adaptational Nice Guy: Well, nice is a bit of an overstatement, but he's certainly not as murderous as his original counterpart, and can converse with human beings (and ghosts) just fine.
  • Beast and Beauty: Hits on Jill as soon as he meets her, and then has sex with her in short order.
  • Berserk Button: A lot of things. Makes sense since he has the Hot-Headed trait.
  • Catchphrase: "S.T.A.R.S."
  • Dating Catwoman: Despite being engineered to kill Umbrella's enemies, he seduces Jill without a second thought.
  • I Just Want to Be Loved: His goal in life, despite his monstrous looks and cannibalism. Finds it in Jill Valentine of all people.
  • I'm a Humanitarian: One of his first actions is to butcher and eat the owner of their household, Layne Hartman.
  • Mars Needs Women: His ambition is to meet his soulmate, of which the most likely candidate seems to be Jill Valentine, of all people.
  • Puppy-Dog Eyes: Inexplicably gains "anime sugoi eyes" after getting all lovey-dovey with Jill.
  • Surprisingly Sudden Death: He gets run over by a random car immediately after impregnating Jill Valentine. Until it's revealed the events of the episode were a dream.
  • They Do: He and Jill have a convoluted, but otherwise successful wedding in the Season 1 Finale.

    Layne Hartman
Click here to see him as a human 
First Appearance: Part 7

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.

  • Ascended Extra: Like Johnny, Layne is the second pre-made/randomly generated Sim to be given the treatment of being made playable.
  • Back from the Dead: After Bulk Bogan was stabbed to death by Madeline, Dio and Kira use their powers to rewind time and hunt down Edgar and Madeline, bringing Layne back to life after being killed by Bogan earlier. That didn't last long.
  • Butt-Monkey: Has been killed twice, and currently is stuck in the mortal realm as a ghost, unable to move on and living with The CBT Wizard, who uses him for CBT practice every day.
    • In Part 14 he was kidnapped during the CBT Wizard's cookout. Nobody seems to care enough to try and rescue him.
  • Distressed Dude: Despite being a ghost, he gets kidnapped in Part 14 during the cookout. Unlike with Wesker, this kidnapping seems to have been successful.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: Layne actually showed up twice in very minor ways prior to Nemesis and CBT Wizard moving in to his house, first as one of Wesker's assassination targets in Part 6, and then early in Part 7 he is shot by Bogan and dies, but this gets undone by Kira's Bites the Dust.
  • 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.
  • Out of Focus: Hasn't actually been played or focused on at all since CBT Wizard and Nemesis were added to his household and he became playable, probably because Joel didn't intend for him to actually be part of the household seeing as he made Nemesis eat Layne almost immediately after he moved in with CBT Wizard. The only reason he's stuck around is because of a glitch in the cannibalism mod that causes sims that are cannibalised to become playable ghosts that are still part of the household instead of passing on and leaving a grave, something that has also affected VargFren and Big Smoke. Joel likely just hasn't realised this or just doesn't care enough to remove him.
    • This is to the point that it has become an accidental running gag, with Joel very quickly forgetting his existance every time he appears.
  • 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.
  • They Killed Kenny Again: Layne dies twice in Part 7. The first time, he is killed by Bulk Bogan, who was having a psychotic episode. And the second time, after Dio and Kira reset the timeline following Bogan's own death, Layne is brought back to life, only to be killed again by Nemesis T-Type after he and CBT Wizard Johnson took over his house. However, unlike his first death, Layne is still around, but 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.

McNulty Household

Click here to see him before his death 
First Appearance: Part 8

An adorable resident based on a drawing of Joel's that was made into one of his FrankerFaceZ emotes, who was added in Part 8 alongside Pepsiman. He was instantly cannibalized, killed and turned into a ghost upon arrival by Cesar Millan.

  • The Ace: Inexplicably the single most skilled Sims in the game, having Level 10 skills in everything.
  • All-Powerful Bystander: He's the single most skilled character in the game, both physically and mentally, but his childish and innocent nature prevents him from using his skills in any meaningful way.
  • Dead to Begin With: Is eaten and killed within seconds of loading into the world.
  • Death Is Cheap: He isn't bothered by getting butchered by his housemate, and carries on as if nothing happened. Joel states that he doesn't even realize he died.
  • Genius Ditz: As mentioned above vargFren is incredibly skilled but he’s also very childish and simple so he rarely takes advantage of his talents.
  • Hero of Another Story: In Part 12, the Season 1 finale, while everyone else is busy dealing with Bonzi Buddy's shenanigans or their interpersonal issues, Fren builds a rocket, goes to space, and saves an alien dog.
  • Non-Standard Character Design: Even compared to other costumed Sims, his levitating and unmoving figure stands out.
  • Our Ghosts Are Different: Due to being eaten instead of other death methods, his ghostly form still gets hungry and tired and can get jobs, unlike other ghostly Sims.
  • The Pollyanna: Not even being murdered will stop him from smiling and going about his day.
  • Surprisingly Sudden Death: Even with Sims dropping like flies, Fren stands out as the shortest-lived Sim in the series, being killed mere seconds after officially moving in.
  • Too Good for This Sinful Earth: vargFren is one of the kindest, sweetest Sims, and is instantly killed upon arrival.
  • Unscrupulous Hero: Despite having the "good" trait, he has no qualms with trying to steal money from the ghost of Cesar Millan. Justified since Millan did murder Fren.

    Pepsiman Pepsi
Click here to see his appearance under the suit 
First Appearance: Part 8

It's Pepsiman, taking a break from heroically giving people Pepsi to chill with other Sims. He moved in with vargFren in Part 8, and may or may not be Gordon Freeman in disguise.

  • The Blank: His normal appearance has no facial features whatsoever.
  • Face of a Thug: Unmasked, his blank red eyes give him a similar appearance to some of the less-deformed demons. Even so, Pepsiman is one of the most moral and friendly characters in the series, alongside the likes of Funky Kong.
  • Friendship Moment: In episode 12, he helps vargFren work on his rocket ship, even though Fren was far more skilled at rocket science, and didn't really need the assistance.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: He's very close friends with vargFren, immediately avenging his death and wishing him well on his trip to outer space.
  • Nice Guy: He doesn't think twice about helping a random pregnant woman to the hospital, even if she is a demon.
  • Non-Indicative Name: There's no option to drink Pepsi in Sims 4, so Pepsiman instead drinks... water. A mod in part 9 added Pepsi, but he has yet to drink any.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: His eyes underneath the costume are completely red with no pupils.
    "Cesar Milan" / Arian McNulty
First Appearance: Part 5
Final (Living) Appearance: Part 8
A random Sim and professional guitarist who Funky Kong hires to play the guitar in Johnny Zest's house in Part 5. He reappears in Part 8 as the owner of the household that vargFren and Pepsiman move into. His very first act there is to cannibalize vargFren and is shot in the head soon after by Pepsiman.

  • Boom, Headshot!: On the receiving end of this by Pepsiman.
  • Evil All Along: In his first appearance, he's just a normal albeit strange guitarist. In Part 8, upon being greeted by his 2 new roommates, the first thing he does is butcher vargFren and eat him for seemingly no reason.
  • I'm a Humanitarian: The first thing he does is butcher vargFren and eat his body after he and Pepsiman move in.
  • Killed Off for Real: He gets shot by Pepsiman shortly after he cannibalizes vargFren and doesn't appear to have come back as a ghost until Joel summons him by accident in the following episode.
  • Naked People Are Funny: At one point during his time in Johnny's house, he suddenly removes all of his clothing, much to Funky's discomfort.
  • No-Nonsense Nemesis: His reaction to Pepsiman and Fren forcibly moving into his house is to immediately take a cleaver to the closest one. Seems to apply post-death as well, as he easily beats up Fren for trying to mug him.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: Like Bill Gates, Wario and Fire Lady, Joel has never called him by his real name, and only refers to him as Cesar Milan. Although, he does call him by his last name shortly before moving vargFren and Pepsiman in.
  • Surprisingly Sudden Death: Shot in the head less then two minutes after his reappearance in Part 8.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: Killed before we could really know much more about him.

Bup Household

    Toad Bup
First Appearance: Part 9

A friendly, mushroom-headed fellow from the Mario series, who tragically suffers from Irritable Bowel Syndrome. He moved into Oasis Springs in Part 9 and lives alone with his pet raccoon Spaghetti Grapes for company.

  • Barbie Doll Anatomy: He has no genitals.
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: He looks nice and friendly, but seems to have moments of outright insane bloodlust, like when choking an old woman to death.
  • Manchild: He has the Childish trait and loves toys, on top of being scared of the dark. He may be an even bigger manchild than Bulk. When the two meet, Bulk looks outright confused by his attitude.
  • Out of Focus: Has only appeared briefly early on in Season 2, and is one of the less focused on households in general.
  • Sleep Deprivation: He heavily suffers from it, passing out and napping constantly, and even when he tries to sleep on one of the comfy beds of the Fren household, he just can't seem to get a good night's sleep. He even sleeps through Nemesis and Jill exchanging vows during their wedding.
  • The Talk: Bogan is kind enough to give him this, in his usual Cloud Cuckoo Lander way. Toad claims that he had no idea.
  • The Tease: Flirts with anyone in sight, no matter the age or gender.
  • Top-Heavy Guy: He has an incredibly fit upper body, but comparatively thin legs and waist.

    Spaghetti Grapes
First Appearance: Part 8* 

A raccoon based on The Joker, specifically the 2019 film version. He was made by Joel in Part 8 and initially lived in limbo, before moving in with Toad in Part 9.

  • The Corrupter: It's heavily implied he has a degree of corrupting powers, as a Sim visitor was made to constantly puke, while Toad was oblivious and initially friendly, until he was compelled to kill her while Spaghetti watched.
  • The Dog Was the Mastermind: In a parody of the Trope Namer, Part 12 reveals that Spaghetti Grapes was behind all the events in the series.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: First appeared in Episode 8, but wasn't added to a house until the end of Episode 9.
  • Morality Pet: Literally to Toad. Toad behaves rude or inappropriately to just about everyone but he dearly loves Spaghetti, even if he eats his Mac and Cheese. In turn despite Spaghetti's own questionable morality he seems to genuinely enjoy Toad's company.
  • Monster Clown: The Joker is the inspiration of his appearance, after all. Joel speculates he's planning something terrible.
  • Out of Focus: Has barely appeared in Season 2, much like his owner.
  • Ridiculously Cute Critter: Impressively, he still manages to be pretty damn adorable despite his appearance.
  • Sick Episode: Contracted Squirrel Scratch fever in Season 2's first episode, and he was cured quickly.
  • Troll: He eats the Mac and Cheese Toad paid a lot of money for without a second thought.

Jamieson Household

    Freddie Mercury
First Appearance: Part 10

The famous singer from Queen, now a standup comedian and exorcist on the side. As of Season 2, he has taken singing as a profession again, thanks to new DLC. He moved into Oasis Springs in Part 10.

  • The Ace: Like [vargFren], Freddie has every skill in the game maxed out. In fact, it's his expertise that makes the Bogan Household ask for his help to explore the Cursed Lands, as he's one of two Sims (the other being [vargFren]) who's able to break open the seal of the cave.
  • Badass Mustache: He has the closest approximation of the real Freddie's mustache that the game will allow, and rocking annoying ghosts to hell is certainly a badass feat.
  • Irony: While browsing the household computer, an option appears to buy drugs. Joel immediately backs out and says that Freddie wouldn't do drugs. Let's just say this wasn't exactly true for Freddie's real life self.
  • Jack-of-All-Trades: Is good at literally everything, due to having every skill in the game maxed out.
  • Leitmotif: "Another One Bites The Dust".
  • Magic Music: His singing has the power to send wicked spirits to hell. He also seems to be able to control it, as while Kathleen got Dragged Off to Hell, Big Smoke wasn't.
  • The Power of Rock: Uses "Another One Bites the Dust" to exorcise a persistent ghost.
  • Renaissance Man: A famous singer, pianist, stand-up comedian and professional exorcist.
  • Toilet Humor: What his stand-up set seems to consist of.
  • Token Good Teammate: He's this to his household. Bob Ross is a Mad Artist, Vibe Check is a bizarre Humanoid Abomination and Big Smoke is a gangster with no qualms about killing people. In comparison, Freddie is a completely moral character.

    Bob Ross
"We don't make mistakes, just happy little accidents."
First Appearance: Part 10

The friendly painter of happy little trees and clouds, he puts his myriad artistic talents to dubious use. He joined the series in Part 10.

  • Foreshadowing: Joel idly hovers the Cannibal trait when creating him, but doesn't pick it. Later, he willingly (but unknowingly) eats Big Smoke's butchered corpse.
  • I Ate WHAT?!: Joel speculates that Bob didn't know that the mysterious meat that he eats is actually the remains of Big Smoke.
  • I'm a Humanitarian: Happily and obliviously munched on Big Smoke's remains.
  • Mad Artist: Unlike his real life counterpart, who draws peaceful landscapes, this Bob Ross draws multiple, monolith size portraits of Vibe Check that he hangs out of his house. They're so huge, they can be seen from space.
    • Has lessened as of Season 2, as he's been seen making much more normal paintings, and has yet to make another monolith of Vibe Check.
    • Was unusually pleased about being gifted a tombstone for Christmas in Part 23.
  • Nice Guy: He's Bob Ross. Granted, he's less sane than the real Ross, but he's still one of the nicest sims in the series.

    Vibe Check
First Appearance: Part 10

A hollow-eyed yellow-headed thing that is perpetually exhausted from checking others' vibes, tormenting others and taking terrible selfies. He debuted in Part 10.

  • A Day in the Limelight: Part 17 is largely dedicated to him, including his misadventures at the local not-McDonalds and the 'celebration' of Dio Day in the Bogan Household.
  • Berserk Button:
    • Woe betide you if he decides he doesn't like your vibes.
    • Calling him a 'hoe' is enough to send him into a murderous rage, and he will attempt to stab you with a pen.
    • Should he be refused to take a shower in your home, he WILL kill you, as Doomguy unfortunately discovered.
  • Big Brother Is Watching: The selfies he constantly hangs up everywhere are presumably a way for him to monitor people's Vibes from afar.
    • Ironically, HE'S the one being watched when he goes to McDonalds in Part 17, with security cameras surrounding him as he goes to the bathroom.
  • Butter Face: Extreme male example. His head is a large and round monstrosity, but nobody can resist the siren call of his equally large and round ass.
  • The Chew Toy: Joel absolutely loathes him, and takes great pleasure in watching him suffer.
  • The Eeyore: Tied with Spongebob as one of the most miserable Sims.
  • Enemies with Death: A strange meta example. The Grim Reaper/Joel hates his guts for trying to kill him with a grilled cheese sandwich. Which is fitting since the actual Joel also hates his guts too, and any scenario he goes into is ususally an attempt to get him killed. His life within the game is a Final Destination esque series of perilous situations, and he manages to brush them all off.
  • Gun Nut: He always holds a gun and a knife in the same hand.
  • Hartman Hips: Of all the sims to have a huge derriere, it somehow ended up being this thing. He uses his "ass"sets to become a semi successful stripper.
  • Hero Killer: Do not underestimate him, if you fail his vibe check you will face the wrath of his mighty grilled cheese sandwich. DoomGuy and even Death itself didn't stand a chance.
  • Humanoid Abomination: While his body looks rather normal, his head is something completely different: It's round like an orange, yellow, and has two constantly bloodshot eyes and a creepy mouth. Joel states in Part 12 that Vibe Check is at least part demon, and that DoomGuy would kill him on sight if he saw him, however in part 17 Vibe Check managed to get him first.
  • I'm a Humanitarian: While visiting a bar, he witnesses a random cannibalism-related murder, and decides to try a bite for himself before Joel puts a stop to it.
    • That's if Vibe Check even counts as 'human'.
  • Insistent Terminology: 'Vibe checking' for him seem to involve taking threatening selfies of himself and putting them in public buildings and private houses of random people. Though if you fail his vibe check, he will kill you with a grilled cheese sandwich, as happened to DoomGuy.
  • Insult Backfire: Bulk Bogan gives him trash as a Christmas present in Part 23. Unfortunately Vibe Check rather likes it.
  • Kavorka Man: He is a horrifying orange headed abomination, but still he manages to charm the hearts of anyone with his sexy moves.
  • Narcissist: Commissions colossal paintings of his face to be put up everywhere.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: His eyes are horrifyingly bloodshot.
  • Sleep Deprivation: He heavily suffers from it, passing out and napping constantly.
  • Sleeps with Both Eyes Open: Much like the other sims whose face is a mask, he can't close his eyes, so he sleeps like this. And it is terrifying.
  • Thousand-Yard Stare: He's got one creepy-looking stare. Not to mention the fact that he's physically unable to blink.
  • Weapon of Choice: A grilled cheese sandwich, which he uses to choke people to death. Despite how silly it sounds, it's been demonstrated to be VERY effective, even overpowering and killing Doomguy!

    Big Smoke
Click here to see him before his death. 
First Appearance: Part 10

The infamous Grand Theft Auto gang leader, he was cannibalized and turned into a ghost shortly after arriving. This hasn't slowed down his life of crime at all, though he's not completely heartless. He comes to the town in Part 10.

  • Auto Cannibalism: Upon becoming a ghost, one of the first things he does is feast upon his own mortal remains.
  • Batter Up!: His weapon of choice. A reference to his introduction in San Andreas.
  • Big Damn Heroes: He saved Pepsiman from a bully with lethal force.
  • Catchphrase: "YOU PICKED THE WRONG HOUSE FOOL!" Shouted as he kills someone with his bat.
  • Fat Bastard: He's an unrepentant murderer, and is as fat as the game allows.
  • I'm a Humanitarian: Happily dined on his own mortal remains.
  • Our Ghosts Are Different: Like Fren, his ghostly form still gets hungry and tired and can get jobs.
  • Out of Focus: In Part 14, Joel professes his liking for Freddie and Bob and his loathing for Vibe Check, but seems to have almost forgotten that Big Smoke lives with them. Tellingly, Big Smoke is the only member of the Jamieson household not to get focused on that episode.
    • Has continued as of Part 17, with Vibe Check having A Day in the Limelight (much to Joel's horror) and Freddie and Bob getting more focus than usual too, while Big Smoke mainly just hangs around in the background.

Zest Household

    Johnny Zest
Click here to see Dark Johnny. 
First Appearance: Part 1
"He is the punchline."

One of the Bogan house's neighbors. Johnny is one of The Sims 4's pre-made Sims. In Meme House, Johnny becomes a victim of Joel's many, many antics and abuse. He's also an ascended extra, in that Joel accidentally found out that he was playable; as a result, Johnny now has the benefit of not ageing like the randomly-generated sims found on the streets. By Season 2, he joined a gang and took on a clownlike appearance. He was also one of the contenders at Vinewrestle 2020.

  • A Day in the Limelight: Joel discovers in episode 5 that he can play as Johnny, and does so for part of the episode, showing a regular day in Johnny's life as several of his neighbors (including Bulk Bogan, Bonzi Buddy, Kira and Killer Queen) come over yet again to make his life a misery. This happens again in Episode 12 after Joel adds Doom Guy to his household.
  • The Alcoholic: Possibly turning into one, when Joel is in control of his household Johnny autonomously drinks enough to wind up drunk at 7:30 in the morning.
  • 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. In part 17 he wants to get a lap dance from Vibe Check, who responds by kicking Johnny in the balls instead.
  • And I Must Scream: Joel refuses to let him die, and considering how miserable Johnny's many neighbours make his life on a daily basis, this trope is definitely in effect.
  • Arch-Enemy: While Dio seems to consider himself Johnny's Sitcom Arch-Nemesis, it's more likely Johnny considers Bulk Bogan his Arch-Enemy, if his reaction to yet another visit by Bogan in the season 2 opener is anything to go by. Part 17 shows that he has an image of Bulk on a punching bag in his underground lair.
  • Ascended Extra: Joel finds out that Johnny (and by extent, any of the other unplayed Sims) is playable; Johnny is the first Sim to be given this treatment. As of Part 12 he's now become part of the main playable cast.
  • Ax-Crazy: Part 17 shows that his violent rampages extend well beyond his tormentors. When he's invited by Twitch Chat over to a Russian city to meet a celebrity, the first thing he does is punch said celebrity in the head. He then proceeds to harass, beat up, and threaten everyone in the location except Twitch Chat itself. Notably, he does this completely on his own without any meta input from Joel due to joining the HardWood Gang. In part 18 he murdered a grandma with a shotgun as a punchline to a joke.
  • Berserk Button: Johnny may be downtrodden and treated like dirt by many people who cross his path, but if there is one thing he absolutely hates, it's robbers, as shown when he took out the Redhead Burglar after the former was mortally wounded by Jerma. Though it might have been self defense, as it's shown that he feels remorse for the killing and it broke something inside of him.
    • Another button seems to be hurting his friends. Johnny was panicking along with the other sims until he saw the burglar beat up his closest friend Twitch, he wasted no time pulling the trigger after that.
    • Sending Dark Johnny a random text telling him to stop acting so insane, as a random grandma found out the hard way.
  • Broken Tears: His life has deteriorated to the point that he can be heard weeping to himself as he sleeps.
  • The Bully: In an ironic twist during part 21 Johnny randomly shows up to the Bogan house and essentially intimidates them into treating him nicely, Garfield even cooks him dinner.
  • Butt-Monkey: Johnny exists to suffer, to the point that Joel has vowed not to evict/kill him because that would put an end to his torment.
  • The Chew Toy: You lose count of the times he's received a Groin Attack, and that's just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Johnny getting hurt.
  • Cosmic Horror: From his point of view, his life is one big Cosmic Horror story.
  • 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, even Death itself.
  • Covert Pervert: Post-breakdown at least, as in the season 2 opener he's shown to be the owner of a large book on cock and ball torture.
  • Despair Event Horizon: While he was always tethering to the edge, having his house being forcibly used as a wedding avenue filled with people that make him feel miserable just by being near him, and then having said wedding be interrupted by an armed burglar and having to kill another human being in self-defense utterly breaks him, and he 'turns' into Dark Johnny.
  • The Dog Bites Back: At the beginning of season 2, when Bulk Bogan comes over to his house in an attempt to harass and bully him again, Johnny absolutely defies his normal fate, zeroes in on Bogan immediately and promptly beats the absolute crap out of him. Bogan has no choice but to retreat, bruised and confused.
  • The Dreaded: Has become this by Part 18, as due to his increasingly violent and deranged actions, pretty much everyone fears and loathes him, even his former only friends Twitch Chat and Funky Kong.
  • Establishing Character Moment: His sudden attack of Bulk Bogan in Part 13 drives home the point that he is no longer the hapless punching bag he was back in Season 1.
  • Expy: With the introduction of Dark Johnny his whole character becomes this to the Arthur Fleck Joker. An unsuccessful comedian, steadily beaten down by society, until finally one "really bad day" drives him over the edge to lunacy, at which point he adopts a new green haired clown persona and begins a spree of violence.
  • Face–Heel Turn: From a completely normal, healthy, if somewhat down on his luck Sim at the start of the series, to a tortured nervous wreck for most of Season 1, to a mentally snapped broken man at the end of Season 1 and the early parts of Season 2, to a heavily deranged murderous psychopath after Part 17.
  • From Nobody to Nightmare: If Meme House wasn't Played for Laughs, Johnny could be a dramatic and tragic character study in how far a mild-mannered, mostly-normal suburbanite can fall. This is probably (one of) the reasons Joel has him cosplay as a post-breakdown Arthur Fleck after Zest's own "really bad day." To wit:
    • At the start of the series, Johnny is an ordinary sim, albeit with a rather sad backstorynote . He makes the minor mistake of going over to welcome a newly-arrived household, and his life proceeds to spiral completely down the drain from there.
    • By the end of Season 1, Johnny is a broken wreck from the constant torment he puts up with at the hands of the Bogan household; the number of characters who are nice to him can be counted on one hand. He spends most of his time moping around his household, but almost any time Joel takes notice of him, some form of pain and humiliation are quick to follow.
    • Part 12 sees the awakening of "Dark Johnny," when Zest begins cosplaying as The Joker and goes on a crotch-kicking rampage. He completely abandons his previous kind, easy-going outlook, and even manages to beat Bulk Bogan in a fight. However, it's made clear that this isn't because Johnny is learning to stand up for himself; it's because he's going dangerously insane.
    • Part 17 finally sees Johnny cross the line, graduating from mere Comedic Sociopathy and wanton assault to cold-blooded murder; he blasts an elderly woman with a shotgun for sending him a mean text. At this point, the one-time Only Sane Man has become a psychopathic, murderous Monster Clown who's no better than any of the other lunatics who inhabit Oasis Springs.
  • Groin Attack: Has been on the receiving end of this multiple times. In Part 12, after finally crossing the Despair Event Horizon, snapping and becoming Dark Johnny, he goes on a crotch kicking spree that would make CBT Wizard proud.
  • Harmless Villain: As Dark Johnny, the worst he does is annoy people, and he initially can't hurt Bulk and suffers deep regrets. Even after he beats Bulk up in Season 2, the latter is fine after a few hours.
    • Completely subverted post Part 17. Johnny is not at all afraid to murder anymore, and in Part 18 he invites over and blasts an old lady with a shotgun because she thought he was being too mean.
  • House Fire: Bogan sets his house alight in Part 23. Twice. As a Christmas Present.
  • Image Song: The Season 2 intro is sung from his perspective.
  • Iron Butt Monkey: Despite the insane amount of abuse he receives, including being the center of a localized tornado, he's never seriously hurt by any of it. At least, not physically.
  • Irony: As one Twitch commenter put it, it's incredibly ironic that Johnny's ambition is to become a stand-up comedian, as while his career choice seems to be relatively unsuccessful and has even gotten him disowned, his constant suffering and abuse at the hands of his neighbors ironically fulfills his life's ambition of making people laugh, except Joel and the viewers are laughing at him and his suffering. In the words of the Twitch commenter: "He is the punchline." As of Part 12, he has fully embraced his status as a tragic clown to be laughed at in the form of Dark Johnny.
  • Jobber: Johnny made a guest appearance at Vinewrestle 2020 as the first contender, which Joel claimed takes canonically place sometime before part 12. The whole time Johnny looks like he doesn't want to be there, and promptly get his ass beaten by Vinny and leaves the event in shame. That being said, he does put up a surprisingly decent fight once he gets fed up with Vinny's manhandling. Unfortunately, it wasn't enough.
  • Made of Iron: He is INCREDIBLY resilient, his body surviving all kinds of abuse by other people, though it doesn't help his sanity.
    • In Part 18 he gets stabbed during Geekcon in the chest and survives, though it causes him to go back to his house early...with a gaping bloody hole in his chest. Joel implies he has experienced so much abuse that it doesn't even phase him.
  • Major Injury Underreaction: Johnny leaves Geekcon feeling depressed not because he was just stabbed in the chest mind you but because it didn't live up to his expectations.
  • Mind over Matter: After awakening Dark Johnny, he gains an ability to teleport kicks to the groin to their intended targets, in a manner similar to the CBT Wizard.
  • Monster Clown: Dark Johnny, naturally. Even though he honestly isn't that scary or evil because he's still Johnny Zest. But he still assaults anyone he comes across, even if they were innocent, and isn't above straight up murder.
  • Morality Pet: As mentioned above Twitch Chat is the one person he won't autonomously attack and the only person Johnny seems to trust, but their friendship started to collapse post Johnny's breakdown.
    • Kick the Morality Pet: When Johnny snapped Twitch was one of the first people he attacked, although his tears later suggest he may have regretted doing that. In Part 21 he also intimidated and hits Funky Kong whose been nothing but nice to Johnny.
  • My Greatest Failure: Johnny was in fact the one who came over to welcome the Bogan household to the neighbourhood after they moved in in Part 1. He likely regrets this immensely.
  • Nightmare Fetishist: Wants Vibe Check to lap dance for him in Part 17.
  • 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, post his breakdown Twitch is also one of the few if not only sim Dark Johnny doesn't autonomously attack. Funky Kong is also one of Johnny’s few friends, and the two seem to get on very well.
    • He also got on well with Enyaba when she was still alive.
  • Only Sane Man: And boy does he ever suffer for it. At least until Part 12 when he finally snaps. Part 18 erases any claim he might have still had to this title when he guns down an elderly sim in cold blood for the crime of sending him a mean text.
  • Roaring Rampage of Revenge: After dealing with the abuse of everyone else for 12 episodes straight, Johnny finally snaps late in to Part 12, putting on a Joker costume and kicking everybody he can find in the crotch, even his closest friend Twitch Chat. Though when he reached Bogan, his greatest bully and tormentor, his power ran out as Bogan's sheer aura was too strong. Come Part 13 however, the second he sees Bogan, Johnny beats the ever-loving piss out of him.
  • Sanity Slippage: Goes through one over the course of Season 1 due to all of the harassment he suffers from his neighbours until he completely snaps in Part 12.
    • By Season 2 he's gone completely mental, and attacks people at random, regardless of who they are or what they've done. This culminates in him outright murdering a woman for being too mean, suggesting that his insanity is only getting worse.
  • Sanity Slippage Song: The Season 2 intro is sung by him post-breakdown and is about his mental state after 12 episodes of his neighbours making his life a misery.
  • Superpowered Evil Side: Dark Johnny, aka Johnny during his mental breakdown in Part 12.
  • Supervillain Lair: A downplayed example in Season 2. He has a secret entrance to an underground room in his own house. However, said room doesn't contain anything outright villainous, only a couch and a large TV. It's effectively only a place where Johnny can have some form of peace and quiet.
  • Too Kinky to Torture: Possibly. Joel has speculated that Johnny actually enjoys what he gets put through. Considering he's often seen crying himself to sleep, this theory may not have much basis in reality, though. Johnny's segment of the "Where Are They Now?" Epilogue states that he "secretly enjoyed every minute", but this might just be for Rule of Funny. Notably by the time Season 2 starts a book titled 'CBT' is seen in his house, implying that if this wasn't the case before, it likely is now.
  • Took a Level in Badass: Appears to have undergone one after the season 1 finale, he easily sent Bogan limping home after surprising him with a knee to the face and beating him down. Dio however still seems to be able to get the better of Johnny.
    • He beats the living daylights out of Albert Wesker, one of the more physically powerful characters in the series, in Part 17, and punches Bonzi's ghost hard enough to knock the evil ape out.
    • His appearance at Vinewrestle 2020. While he was initially given the treatment by Vinny, he actually began to put up a decent fight; he still lost, though.
    • At one point he actually slaps Death and gets away with it.
  • Took a Level in Jerkass: Post-breakdown he's become much more aggressive. In the season 1 finale, he took out his rage by kicking various people in the groin, most of whom never bothered him, including Twitch Chat, who's one of the few people that's actually nice to Johnny. Justified considering the amount of crap that nearly everyone's put him through.
    • Further shown in Part 13 when, faced with Bulk Bogan heading over to harass and bully him again, Johnny instead attacks him on sight and kicks the living daylights out of him before he can try anything.
    • Taken Up to Eleven in Part 17 as, when invited out to a bar by Twitch Chat, Johnny immediately starts beating the ever loving crap out of everyone in the vicinity, seemingly for no other reason than he simply can.
    • Taken to its logical endpoint in Part 18, when he murders an old woman for no other reason than she asked him to be nicer to people.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Applesauce. Wesker initially ridicules him for eating it out of a bowl at 4 am, but when he tries it, he has to admit it's kinda good.
  • Trauma Conga Line: His entire life.
  • Whole Costume Reference: In Part 12, during his extended mental breakdown, he ditches his mild-mannered suburbanite look. Instead, he puts on clown makeup and a suit, completing his transformation into Arthur Fleck. He's kept this appearance so far for Season 2.
  • 0% Approval Rating: It's pretty much a rite of passage at this point for newly added characters to pay a visit to Johnny and harass him. Not only that, but Dio seems to actively be trying to invoke this in-universe, what with all the books he writes insulting Johnny.
    • Even random sims are beginning to have it out for Johnny post-breakdown, to the extent of a sim almost fatally stabbing him at Geekcon. Although, considering what Johnny has become as of Season 2, it's not hard to blame them.

    DoomGuy John
First Appearance: Part 12

The infamous demon-slaying space marine from the Doom franchise. He had heard of the demonic invasion of Oasis Springs, and moved into town to send the hell-spawns back down to where they belong. He was added in Part 12, as Johnny Zest's new roommate. He was killed by Vibe Check in Part 17, however was hinted to be returning in the Season 22 finale and as of Part 23 he's back and living with Johnny again.

  • Anti-Hero: Like in his home franchise, DoomGuy is angry, violent and doesn't mind getting his hands dirty. However, he only directs his rage to demons and people aligned with them, leaving innocent civilians be.
  • Big Damn Heroes: Undoubtedly the most heroic example of this trope in Meme House. In his short screen time in Part 12, he eliminates all of the demons in Oasis Springs, kills Bonzi Buddy to stop his corruption, and rescues Funky Kong after he was imprisoned by Bonzi.
  • Doomed by Canon: DoomGuy died in Part 17, but unfortunately Joel lost his save file for that episode and time was reverted. Despite being alive again, Joel insists that events of Part 17 were canon, so DoomGuy was in an unique position that he never died in gameplay, but he was killed offstream in time for Part 18.
  • The Big Guy: Easily the largest sim by sheer muscle and height. He's so tall that when he's choking a demon to death, the animation looks like he's ripping its face off.
  • Bruiser with a Soft Center: Just like the original, he used to have a pet bunny named Daisy that was killed by demons. When he cries, it's because he's mourning her.
  • Chainsaw Good: His favourite weapon for slaughtering demons is his invisible chainsaw to hack up their guts.
  • Demon Slayer: The prime expert on the subject, Bonzi Buddy's demonic summoning isn't exactly DoomGuy's first rodeo.
  • Determinator: Nothing can stop him from his mission of killing all demons. Death himself beats the hell out of him for giving him so much work. The result? DoomGuy passes out on the street, wakes up, gives himself a pep talk in the mirror, and goes right back to slaughtering.
  • Dropped a Bridge on Him: A badass space marine who single-handedly defeated Bonzi and wiped out the demons gets killed by a bad meme with a grilled cheese sandwich.
  • Empowered Badass Normal: In his original series, DoomGuy is an angry, power-armored, but otherwise mundane human who kills demons through superior firepower and force of will. This DoomGuy however seems to have actual superpowers, as seen in his battle to the death with Bonzi Buddy.
  • Good Is Not Nice: Despite probably having the highest on-screen kill count of ANY of the characters, he only kills demons. However, he's not at all afraid of killing said demons in broad daylight, with regular people watching in horror.
  • Guttural Growler: Most of his dialogue is done in a loud, guttural voice.
  • Last Episode, New Character: Introduced only at the final episode of Season 1.
  • Mistaken for Murderer: After Nathan is shot by Super Demon Cop, Nick arrests him thinking he was the one who shot him. He breaks out shortly afterward.
  • Undignified Death: Smothered with a grilled cheese sandwich by Vibe Check of all people.
  • Unexplained Recovery: Is back as of Part 23.
  • Weaksauce Weakness: What could possibly bring down DoomGuy? The slayer of Bonzi, the greatest fighter to ever exist, the one man who brings terror to all demonkind? Apparently it's a grilled cheese sandwich from Vibe Check.

Mister Krabs Household

    Eugene Mister Krabs
First Appearance: Part 13
The money-loving crab from Spongebob Squarepants. He doubles as a SWAT Team negotiator, though quickly sours if he's expected to actually pay ransom.
  • Body Horror: His usually small, stumpy legs have been extended into huge, disturbing stilts.
  • Casanova Wannabe: Considers himself "a master of sex" and posts nudes of himself online.
  • Catchphrase: "BIG, MEATY CLAWS!"
  • Famous for Being Famous: Appears to be some form of local celebrity in Oasis Springs. God knows why or what for though.
  • Greed: Just like his canon counterpart, he is very greedy and unwilling to let go of his money. This was best seen when he quickly backed out on saving Wesker when he realized he had to pay the Kidnappers. He also tries to take Liquid Wesker's money, but fails.
    • When given 100 Simoleons as a Christmas present he thinks it's not enough and demands moar.
  • Guttural Growler: Joel's voice acting has him sounding a lot deeper and growlier than in Spongebob Squarepants.
  • Jerkass: Masturbates in Wesker's bed for no reason, then later reneges on saving Wesker when he realised he'd have to pay the kidnappers himself.
  • Large and in Charge: He's even taller than Nemesis and Doom Guy, and runs his own restaurant plus he has SWAT experience. Funnily enough, underneath his "costume" he's actually as short as Jerma.
  • Large Ham: Bellows every word.
  • Leitmotif: The "Krabs Robot Dance" song.
  • Out of Focus: One of the less focused-on characters, although he does make cameos often.
  • Statuesque Stunner: Averted, his legs are disturbingly long compared to his cartoon counterpart.
  • Ungrateful Bastard: Given 100 Simoleons by Bogan in Part 23 as a Christmas present and immediately complains that it's not enough money.

Hecking Household

A trio of edited (but currently unplayed) Sims from Brindleton Bay, it turns out that they are actually three of the heroes from Stardust Crusaders!
    Jotaro Kujo 

Dio's archnemesis has finally arrived in the Meme House universe. Once a regular sim named Brent Hecking, he was transformed by Joel into the popular main character of Stardust Crusaders, and since then has shown himself more than capable of handling Dio's shenanigans.

  • Adaptational Sexuality: In this universe him and Kakyoin are married because the pre-made sims they used to be were a gay couple.
  • Ascended Extra: While not to the extent of Jill, as she was Promoted to Playable, Jotaro was once a normal Sim that managed to defeat and humiliate Dio.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: He deals one to Dio, who's unable to land a single hit on him. In an alternate, non-canon scenario, he even kills him.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: As Brent, he was a victim of the CBT Wizard's telekinetic kicks in Part 7.
  • Hero Antagonist: Despite being an antagonistic force to the Bogan household, or at least for Dio, he's amicable and as heroic as he is in his home series, and actually quite friendly to the other members of the Bogan Household. In Part 15, he shows that he's even willing to give Dio a chance, as he joins in on a gaming session Dio and Funky were having.
  • Machete Mayhem: In an alternate, non-canon scene of Part 14, he kills Dio while dual-wielding giant machetes.
  • Never Be Hurt Again: The trauma inflicted by the CBT Wizard in Part 7 explains why he was prepared to counter Dio's attacks.
  • Off-Model: Deliberately so.. His outfit makes it look like he has no neck and his hands are huge.

    Kakyoin Hecking 

Jotaro's husband and a regular, pre-set Sim formerly known as Brant Hecking that was (kind of) changed by Joel into Noriaki Kakyoin from Stardust Crusaders.

  • Early-Bird Cameo: Even before Joel changes him into Kakyoin, he appears earlier in Part 14 as one of the gym chads that humiliate DIO.
  • History Repeats: Averted so far, he's currently still alive and even managed to hold his ground against Dio unlike his manga counterpart. Though that interaction happened before he was changed into Kakyoin.
  • Nigh-Invulnerable: When DIO tries to smash him with a glass, he just dodge it with ease. Then DIO tried to kick his crotch, but nothing happened as he goes away. The command actually registers, but it only lowers their relationship meter to red, and Brant is not bruised at all by his shenanigans.
  • Race Lift: Brant Hecking had darker skin than Kakyoin, and Joel does not change this.
  • You Don't Look Like You: Due to how low-effort Joel's edits of his appearance were, essentially a different hairstyle tinted red, this Kakyoin looks nothing like his canon counterpart.
    • Although in Part 22 Joel said he might change Kakyoin's appearance so it's closer to his Jojo appearance for Season 3, as his initial low-effort edits were done out of a lack of patience and time constraints.

    Iggy Hecking 
A dog and possible stand user from Stardust Crusaders, who used to be a pre-made dog sim called 'Rosie' before being renamed Iggy and is owned by Jotaro and Kakyoin.

    Star Platinum and Hierophant Green 
The stands of Jotaro Kujo and Noriaki Kakyoin. While they don't physically appear, they are present as their existence allows Jotaro and Kakyoin to fight back against the nefarious stand-user Dio.
  • The Ghost: Neither have physically appeared yet.

CD-I Household

    CD-I Link
First Appearance: Part 15
"Oh boy, I'm so hungry I could eat an octorok!"

The Hero Of Hyrule, or rather, a version of him from the infamous and beloved Zelda CD-i series.

  • Action Politician: He's a hero but his official job is a politician/activist.
  • Bad Boss: He hires servants to Hyrule Castle to cook food or DJ for him, and then he proceeds to maim and abuse them for no reason at all.
  • It's Snowing Cocaine: Indulges in a ludicrous amount of cocaine in one night alongside Zelda.
  • Jerkass: He hires people's services just to commit random acts of violence upon them.
  • Paper People: His odd costume model makes him look like one, being completely flat, impossibly thin at the sides, and the fact that the way he moves his limbs makes him look like a paper doll.

    The King CD-I
First Appearance: Part 15
"I wonder what's for dinner?"

The CD-i version of the King of Hyrule and Zelda's father.

  • Adipose Rex: True to form, he's a fat king.
  • Big Eater: Most of his traits and aspirations in life involve large dinners.
  • Big Fun: Aside from his nudist tendencies The King's a very fun and chill dude to hang out with.
  • Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep": In Meme House, he's simply referred to as The King, instead of his actual name: Harkinian.
  • Home Nudist: He's not at all ashamed of being naked inside his house. Or outside his house. Or in the frigid lands of Russia.
  • Junkie Parent: He spends a significant amount of the royal treasury in cocaine, which he shares with his daughter and Link.
  • Near-Death Experience: He almost dies twice in Part 15, first while he's skinny dipping in his castle's radioactive pool (though ironically it's because he was freezing to death, not due to the radiation) and another one when he makes snow angels in Russia. Again, naked.

    Zelda CD-I
First Appearance: Part 15
Hectan:" You've killed me! ''
Zelda:" Good! ''

Princess Zelda from the CD-i games.

  • Gratuitous Princess: Due to the setting not being Hyrule, her title as a princess doesn't mean much, other than the Big Fancy Castle she lives in and the absurd amount of money they have.
  • Idle Rich: She doesn't have a job and instead stays inside all day snorting crack and dancing.
  • Royally Screwed Up: Like her father, she's hopelessly addicted to cocaine, and is just as weird as he is.

Robotnik Household

    Ivo "Eggman" Robotnik
First Appearance: Part 15

The Big Bad of the Sonic the Hedgehog series and the first of the three Eggman brothers.

  • Ambiguously Gay: Compliments Bulk Bogan's ass.
  • The Leader: As the eldest brother and first of the trio to be made it's safe to assume he's the one in charge.
  • Poke the Poodle: So far his only nefarious scheme has been leading the egg brothers to the Bogan house, pretending to game on their Nintendo 64, nabbing it along with their Switch and copy of Skyrim, and quickly legging it before the Bogans notice.

    Eggman Boom
First Appearance: Part 15

An alternate version of Dr. Eggman and the second Eggman brother, this version coming from the Sonic Boom TV series.

    Jim Carrey
"Are you in charge here?"
First Appearance: Part 15

The famous American actor and comedian, portraying yet ANOTHER version of Dr. Eggman, this version coming from the 2020 film adaptation of Sonic the Hedgehog. He's the third and final Eggman brother.

     Metal Garfield 
First Appearance: Part 23
A mysterious robotic duplicate of Garfield that appears to have been created by the Eggmen after the Season 2 finale. What for is as of yet unknown, and his existence seems to worry Joel.

Roomies household

    Sonic the Hedgehog
[[Memetic Mutation"Gotta go fast!!"
First Appearance: Part 15

Sonic the Hedgehog er... well man-hog is probably a more appropriate description for his sims self.

  • Adaptation Species Change: Whatever the fuck he is now, it's not a hedgehog.
  • Amazing Technicolor Population: Blue.
  • Animal Lover: Even though he's human now Sonic retains his soft spot for animals.
  • Brought Down to Normal: Currently has no athletic skills making him as fast as the average human, even if he maxed his athletic skill vampires like Dio will still severely outpace him.
  • The Eeyore: Spends his first episode in various states of misery.
  • Internal Homage: Long time Joel viewers might remember a time when Joel made a sim version of Sonic that was just a shirtless blue man with a mohawk all the way back in his Sims 3 streams in 2013.
  • It's All About Me: He has the self-absorbed trait but isn't exactly a full-blown narcissist.
  • Leitmotif: The Sonic Underground invokedtheme.
    • Also the Sonic X theme when cooking chilli dogs.
  • Lethal Chef: Much like Garfield before him Sonic nearly burns himself and his house down.
  • Muscle Angst: Despite being in incredible shape Sonic is insecure that he might be too muscular.
  • Out of Focus: Joel seems to have completely forgotten about him.
    • Confirmed when in Part 23 Sonic made his first apperance since Part 15 and Joel implied he had indeed forgotten about Sonic's existence.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Chili dogs of course!

    Zoe Patel 
First Appearance: Part 15

One of the original members of the Roomies Household. Zoe is one of The Sims 4's pre-made Sims.

    Mitchell Kelani 
First Appearance: Part 15

One of the original members of the Roomies Household. Mitchell is one of The Sims 4's pre-made Sims.

    Gavin Richards 
First Appearance: Part 15

One of the original members of the Roomies Household. Gavin is one of The Sims 4's pre-made Sims.

Foy Household

    Duke Nukem 
"Cum is stored in the brain, and I've got a headache."
First Appearance Part 18
The alien slaying, babe loving, and one liner spouting hero from the franchise bearing his name. Has a great fondness for casual woohoo and casual violence.
  • Berserk Button: Laying a finger on his babes, as Vargshroom got to face the full wrath of Duke for this slight.
  • Bond One-Liner: Constantly spouts these just like the original, though this Duke's one liners are always so bizarre they border on non sequitur.
  • Brass Balls: He has balls of steel, or more accurately a bladder of steel. Because everyone knows pee is stored in the balls.
  • Catchphrase:
    • "Damn I'm good." Whenever he does something even mildly impressive.
    • "I've got balls of steel." used without any reason whatsoever, sometimes even repeated multiple times in a row.
  • Chivalrous Pervert: The only thing he gives a fuck about is his hot baaabes, and naps... and spaghetti.
  • Cool Shades: They always stay on.
  • Groin Attack: Goes out to Johnny's house and delivers him "Extreme CBT" as a part of the traditional initiation ceremony to the series.
  • Harem Seeker: He wants to have a lot of hot babes.
  • In-Series Nickname: Multiple ones, like Dick Kickem and Dooki Nooki.
  • No-Holds-Barred Beatdown: Ends up on the receiving end of one courtesy of Dark Johnny in retaliation of Duke's 'Extreme CBT' attack.
  • Only You Can Repopulate My Race: In a reference to the ps1 game "Land of the Babes", Duke's quest in life is to repopulate the whole planet by himself. For this he has the fertile trait, and has a lot of unprotected woohoo.
  • Replacement Goldfish: As DoomGuy died, he appeared next episode as the old school fps action hero of choice.
  • Sex God: First thing he does is woohoo with Briella Foy, kills Vargshroom for hurting her, and immediately goes in for round 2.

    Briella Foy 
One of the two original members of the Foy household alongside Buff Vargshroom. She becomes Duke Nukem's first official babe in the show.

  • Aroused by Their Voice: She is initially not interested in Duke, but after he says "I've got balls of steel" 3 times in his iconic voice, she immediately wants him to rail her right then and there.
  • Black and Nerdy: Noticeably dark-skinned, wears glasses, and has the Knowledge aspiration and Bookworm traits.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: Actually first appeared in Part 5, as the adoption agent who delivered Stray Cat to the Yoshikage household, then assessed Kira's test. However, this was mostly forgotten about.
  • Victory Sex: Has a SECOND risky hookup with Duke just after he kills Buff Vargshroom for being violent towards her.

    Buff Vargshroom 
A muscular, handsome vargshroom who is part of The Thotties gang, and Briella Foy's original roommate.

  • Canon Foreigner: He is a custom modded sim that wasn't made by Joel himself, but presumably by Kirillian, one of his mods who upkeeps the modpack that keeps the series running.
  • Macho Camp: A muscular Sim who only wears a speedo who has a major tendency to twerk whenever (in)appropriate.
  • Sadist: He is extremely promiscuous and takes enjoyment in hurting others.
  • Would Hit a Girl: He is abusive towards his roommate Briella, and after Duke catches him hurting her after nominating her as one of his babes, Vargshroom pays the ultimate price.

Vinesauce Household

Defined to be the ultimate gaming zone, this lot houses the three most popular streamers of Vinesauce as Sims. They all debuted on the second day of the Variety is HOPE 2020 charity event and initially, it was not meant to be canon.
    Vinny Vinesauce 
First Appearance: Part 19
The first of all Vinesauce streamers with a fascination of Italian food. He hopes to create a restaurant, but his meager funds force him to steal to achieve his ambition.
  • Adaptational Jerkass: This particular Vinny has no qualms about stealing to further his goal, and when Jerma sends him a message to stop being such an ass, he walks all they way to his house just to kick him in the balls.
  • Ambition Is Evil: Or at least, ambition leads you being an asshole. Unlike the other members of the Vinesauce household, he has grand dreams of opening a restaurant all on his own, unfortunately, he's flat broke and neither he or any of his housemates have any sort of income, leading him to steal meager amount of money to only marginally improve his restaurant.
  • Five-Finger Discount: Frequently steals money from other sims so he can build his own restaurant.
  • Greasy Spoon: Well... actually Vinny's restaurant "Binyop's BYOP" (Vinny's Bring Your Own Pasta) is actually even worse than the worst examples of this trope. The whole restaurant is nothing but a damp box, hardly the size of a freight container, and they don't even serve food there. You must bring your own pasta and then Vinny will microwave it for you. Hey, at least it has a small pool with a pizza floater.
  • Not as You Know Them: Vinny's sim describes himself as an extrovert which is the exact opposite case for the real Vinny. He is also a LOT more violent as seen when he attacks Jerma and kills a person with grilled cheese.
  • Perpetual Frowner: His model has him stuck in a permanent scowl, and can't emote.
  • Trauma Conga Line: Part 20 features him getting struck by lightning twice and assaulted by Johnny.
  • Uncanny Valley: Much like the rest of the Vinesauce household. In Vinny's case, his head looks slightly too large.
  • You Don't Look Like You: This Vinny is bald unlike his real life counterpart.

    Rev Scarecrow 
First Appearance: Part 19

    Joel Vinesauce 
First Appearance: Part 19
The man, the myth, the legend himself...maybe, probably not. This version of Joel is the third and final member of the Vinesauce Household.
  • Author Avatar: Obviously, despite looking only slightly like Joel. Unlike the Grim Reaper Joel this Joel is directly controllable... by Joel. This gets even more confusing when later, Joel (the streamer) claims that Grim Reaper Joel is the proper Author Avatar, and this Joel is something else, though he doesn't specify what.
  • Lazy Bum: Joel being self deprecating as he is makes his sim the most slothful of them all.
  • Me's a Crowd: Joel already exists in game as the Grim Reaper, who in turn can exist in infinite quantity, despite them all being literally the same person. This setup is absolutely confusing for everyone, including the Joels and actual Joel.
  • Perpetual Frowner: Much like Vinny.
  • Uncanny Valley: Like all members of the Vinesauce household, Joel has had his own face modded into the game as textures. The results? More than a little off.

New Kong Household

A Household that was created post-Season 2, housing Donkey Kong and Funky Kong. For Funky Kong's character page, see above in the Kong Household.

    Donkey Kong 
First Appearance: Part 22
A popular monkey who wields the Bongos of Life. He became Funky Kong's new housemate after saving him at the end of Season 2.

  • Deus ex Machina: His sudden appearance and ability of resurrection is what ultimately saves Funky Kong at the end of Season 2.
  • Last Episode, New Character: He appears at not only the last episode of Season 2, but at the very end as well.
  • Magic Music: His Bongos of Life are capable of raising anyone from the dead.


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