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Other Oasis Springs Residents
- First Appearance: Part 4
The Fire Lady is a random Sim who often appears out of thin air and just as suddenly catches on fire. Despite this, she doesn't actually seem to be affected by the flames all that much, considering she often stays on fire for multiple hours.
- And I Must Scream: Constantly is bursting into flames and presumably feeling all the pain that involves, which can go on for hours or even days on end without killing her, all while no one can be bothered enough to put her out.
- Cosmic Plaything: The only possible explanation for why she is constantly on fire yet no one cares enough to put her out.
- Ironic Name: Singer. Singed means to be slightly burned.
- Never Bareheaded: Always has a white sunhat on.
- Only Known by Their Nickname: Much like Bill Gates and Wario, Joel has never called Natalie by her real name, only referring to her as the Fire Lady.
- Unusually Uninteresting Sight: Gradually becomes this the more often she suddenly appears.
- Woman On Fire: Fire Lady inexplicably and constantly catches on fire. She even has red text above her name that says "Sim on Fire!" After Kira uses Bites the Dust in Part 7, we finally see her not on fire, and she seems to stay like this during her brief appearance in Part 9...before being set on fire again in Part 10.
- What Happened to the Mouse?: She's bizzarely absent in the latter part of Season 1 and all of Season 2, at least as of Part 21, which is even called out by Joel himself.
A teenage Sim with Skeletor's head. He's a robber and occasionally steals money from some of Joel's Sims, mainly Bulk Bogan.
- Blatant Burglar: He wears a dark jacket and even has "Robber" in red text above his name.
- Five-Finger Discount: He steals money from Sims by pickpocketing them and running away shortly afterwards.
- Only Known by Their Nickname: Like other Sims such as Bill Gates or Fire Lady, Joel only calls him Skeletor, though he does call him by his name in Part 6. However in Part 10, Joel referred to him as Fake Skeletor, and has claimed he is not the real Skeletor.
- Recurring Extra: In later episodes, he's a frequent face on the streets, despite not actually doing anything.
A dark skinned child with a remarkable resemblance to Johnny Zest, however his relation to him, if there even is one, is unknown. Appears in Parts 3 and 12, wandering around Johnny Zest's lot. In Part 12, Johnny invites Spongebob to a party "for the toddlers", which some have taken to confirm that he is the child's father.
- First Appearance: Part 1Final (Living) Appearance: Part 5
Another neighbor of the Bogan house. An old woman originally named Kayleigh Ordonez, Kayleigh was constantly home invaded by the Bogan house members. In Part 2, Joel uses the power of Create-A-Sim (explained as Dio's vampire Stand powers) to rename her to Enyaba (a reference to Enyaba Geil from JoJo) and turn her into a drug dealer. She dies in Part 5 when she's blown up by Kira after she kicks his trash can.
- Asshole Victim: Had the evil trait and died because she kicked over Kira's bins for no good reason.
- Butt-Monkey: Her home was invaded so often that it was more like an extension of the Bogan house than her own home. She herself was also constantly harassed by the Bogan house members, especially Dio, who regularly drank her blood.
- Continuity Nod: After her death, Spongebob and Wesker moved into her house. Her bong and framed picture of Bulk both remained in the house after her death.
- Cool Old Lady: Up until her death, she sold the Bogan family drugs from time to time.
- Death by Irony: Her last act in life is to kick over Kira's bin for no reason. She's then promptly blown up by Kira and her corpse lands in the rubbish that spilled out of Kira's bin when she kicked it over.
- Dies Wide Open: After being blown up by Kira, her corpse's eyes are wide open as is her mouth.
- Disproportionate Retribution: On the receiving end of this, as while kicking over Kira's bins for no reason was hardly a nice thing to do, it definitely didn't warrant her getting blown up by Killer Queen.
- Hairstyle Malfunction: Dio once pulled off her hair with a modded game action, leaving her bald for a night.
- Horrible Judge of Character: Dio forces his way into her house one night, has diarrhoea on her toilet, kicks her bin over, sleeps in her bed and kicks her in the croutch. Her response?"Well he was nice, I guess... kids these days."
- This is likely what gets her killed too, seeing as she assumed Kira wouldn't do anything about her kicking his bin over.
- Jerkass: Had the 'evil' trait, so qualifies as this. This is also what got her killed, as her kicking over Kira's bin for no reason resulted in him blowing her up with Killer Queen.
- Jerk Ass Woobie: She may have had the 'evil' character trait, but actually did relatively little to show it in the series save for kicking over Kira's bin for no reason, and even then that was hardly enough to warrant her getting blown up.
- Not to mention she did nothing to deserve getting constantly harassed by the Bogan household when she was still alive.
- Killed Off for Real: Murdered by Kira for kicking over his trash can. In addition, unlike other deceased characters, she's hardly ever come back as a ghost due to her grave being in Kira's front yard, and considering how reclusive he is (and how he didn't appear at all in Parts 8-20) Enyaba's not likely to be able to come back any time soon.
- Mind Rape: Is on the receiving end of this when, in-universe, Dio uses his vampire stand powers to change her name from Kayleigh to Enyaba and make her take up a career as a drug dealer. (In reality Joel just went into the create-a-sim editor, but gave this explanation as to what happened in-universe).
- Only Friend: Seemed pretty friendly with Johnny Zest the few times they were seen together, and was probably the only other character besides Funky Kong and Twitch Chat to be nice to him.
- Out of Focus: Has hardly ever appeared as a ghost post-being blown up by Kira, likely due to his being Out of Focus himself and the fact that her grave is still in his front yard.
- Undignified Death: Dies with a funny expression on her face in a pile of rubbish.
- And then Kira gets Killer Queen to beat up her ghost later that evening.
- Only (Living) Appearance: Part 1
Bill Gates is a sim who appeared in part 1, where he and Mortimer Goth broke into the Bogan house while Garfield was burning, and started playing on their GameCube rather than try to help Garfield. Geoffrey/Bill is one of The Sims 4's pre-made Sims.
- Irony: He has the Good trait, but his actions during his brief appearance in the series (breaking into the Bogan house and playing on their GameCube instead of extinguishing Garfield) are anything but.
- Jerkass: He could possibly qualify as one, as he broke into the Bogan house just to play their GameCube, rather than try to help Garfield, who was burning at the time.
- Killed Off for Real: Killed by Dio for breaking into their house and playing on their GameCube instead of saving Garfield.
- Only Known by Their Nickname: Joel has never called Geoffrey by his real name, only referring to him as Bill Gates.
- Surprisingly Sudden Death: He dies in his first appearance in the series, getting chainsawed in the guts by Dio.
- Only (Living) Appearance: Part 1
A sim who appeared in part 1, where he and Bill Gates broke into the Bogan house while Garfield was burning, and started playing on their GameCube rather than try to help Garfield. Mortimer is one of The Sims 4's pre-made Sims.
- Jerkass: He could possibly qualify as one, as he broke into the Bogan house just to play their GameCube, rather than try to help Garfield, who was burning at the time.
- Killed Off for Real: Killed by Dio for breaking into their house.
- Surprisingly Sudden Death: He dies in his first appearance in the series, getting stabbed from above by Dio.
- First Appearance: Part 1
A random sim, who may be a possible relative of Bulk, that was immediately murdered by Garfield in Part 1. Dio cannibalized his ghost in Part 3, though he survived due to already being dead.
- Butt-Monkey: Dies a pretty Undignified Death, has "haha noob :)" written on his epitaph and his ghost was frequently used for slave labour by the Bogan household before he lost contact with the mortal world entirely because nobody cared enough to perform a ritual to strengthen his connection.
- Dies Wide Open: Like Liquid Bogan, Dorian's eyes are wide open after his death.
- Disproportionate Retribution: Is strangled to death because he happened to bear a resemblance to Bulk Bogan and was walking past Enyaba's house when Garfield mistook him for Jon and had a psychotic episode.
- Inexplicably Identical Individuals: He has the same face as Joel's Bogan and Liquid Bogan. However, he doesn't demonstrate the same personalities as normal/Liquid Bogan, nor does he share the Bogan surname due to being a randomly generated Sim that coincidentally ended up having Bogan's face.
- Nigh-Invulnerable: He survives being cannibalized as a ghost, continuing to live an undead existence.
- Only Known by Their Nickname: Garfield mistakes him for Jon Arbuckle for some unknown reason.
- Out of Focus: Hasn't appeared in more recent episodes, although his urn is still on the pavement outside the Squarepants house at the spot Garfield killed him, likely due to a feature in The Sims 4 where a ghost's connection to the mortal world decreases over time.
- Surprisingly Sudden Death: He dies in his first appearance in the series, getting strangled to death by Garfield, who refers to him as Jon as he kills him.
- Thousand-Yard Stare: Due to sharing the same face as Bulk, he's unable to close his eyes.
- Undignified Death: Not only is he strangled to death by a giant orange cat man for no reason, all he gets for an epitaph is "haha noob :)".
- We Hardly Knew Ye: He lived for a grand total of two minutes.
- Nathan's First Appearance: Part 1Nathan's Final Appearance: Part 12Nick's First Appearance: Part 3
Two local police officers from Oasis Springs, who regularly show up whenever someone's been killed.
- Badass Normal: In Part 1, they manage to arrest Dio for killing Bill Gates and from then on out, they've become recurring characters in the series.
- The Cameo: Nick has made several of these in Season 2, and hasn't appeared on-duty since Part 12.
- Cloud Cuckoolander: Nathan apparently was one if the caption quote was anything to go by.
- Demoted to Extra: In Season 2, Nick appears to have quit the force after the death of Nathan in Part 12, and appears a lot less as a result.
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: Even when they are off-duty, they are usually seen together.
- Killed Off for Real: In Part 12 Nathan is killed in action by a rampaging demon with a gun.
- Never Bareheaded: Nick is never seen without his sloth hat.
- Out of Focus: Nick hasn't been seen on-duty since Nathan's death in Part 12, however has made several cameos since.
- The Pete Best: Bret Blank, Nathan's partner in Part 1 (who gets hacked to death by Dio after the latter escapes from prison) and Finnegan Pierce, Nathan's partner in Part 2 (who gets eaten by Dio after being invited round to the Bogan household).
- Police Are Useless: Even if they do manage to arrest someone, which they rarely do, they never manage to actually KEEP them in prison, as shown with Dio and Doomguy.
- So far the only person they've been able to keep in prison for an extended amount of time is Big Smoke.
- Those Two Guys: They're never seen apart until Nathan's death in Part 12.
- That Russian Squat Dance: In Part 7, they show up to the Liquid Household just after the real Garfield shoots his duplicate, but inexplicably decide to start dancing the Hopak.
- Walking Shirtless Scene: In his grief over Nathan's death, Nick has apparently forgotten how to wear a shirt, as all his Season 2 cameos feature him shirtless, showing off his very buff upper body.
- First Appearance: Part 2Final (Living) Appearance: Part 7
- Ambiguously Gay: Had a sort-of relationship with Garfield for a while, although whether this was genuine on Wario's part or just another way to manipulate his way into the Bogan household in order to kill Bulk is unknown.
- 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 Wario and Madeline, bringing Wario himself back to life in the process after he was killed by a furious and vengeful Garfield earlier for taking part in the murder. Wario's second time alive didn't last long.
- Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: He starts out nice and even has a good friendship (and a certain romantic interest) with Garfield. Come Part 7 and he talks to Madeline moments before she kills Bogan; he then proceeds to cheer and laugh at his corpse.
- Cloud Cuckoolander: Decided to have an argument with a sofa once. It was probably the drugs.
- The Dreaded: After his death, Joel would panic whenever his ghost showed up in Season 1, and in Season 2 it's revealed his grave has been sealed in the room under the Pepsigym, and the Guy Fawkes Mask-wearing Cultists seem to be trying to bring him back.
- Dropped a Bridge on Him: He suddenly dies by being bodyslammed by an invisible force, implied to be Dio's Stand, The World.
- Laser-Guided Karma: Dio and Co. make sure he doesnt get away with killing Bulk Bogan, and so he dies twice. His first death comes at the hands of Garfield, who immediately stabs him to death after coming home to witness Wario laughing at the scene of Madeline murdering Bulk in cold blood. His second death, after Kira uses Bites The Dust to restore Bulk to life, is brought about by Dio, who uses an unseen The World to bodyslam Wario from afar.
- The Man Behind the Man: Maybe. He may have planned for Bulk and Madeline to meet all the way back in Part 2, as his mushroom drugs indirectly lead Bulk to meet her at the gym. He also seemed to know Madeline before too, as in Part 7, he's seen in her gym. This all culminates into Madeline killing Bulk moments after he has a talk with her over a game of Uno. Whether or not he planned Bulk to die, he sure seemed happy about it.
- The fact that his grave was sealed under the Pepsigym and that he has a cult worshipping him and trying to resurrect him implies that he was the real evil behind the death of Bogan, and Madeline was just his attack dog who Wario used to get rid of anyone he didn't like.
- Mushroom Samba: His day job seems to be working as a shaman and handing hallucinogens to people, which is how he met Bulk.
- Only Known by Their Nickname: Much like Bill Gates, Joel never uses his real in-game name, and always calls him Wario.
- Sealed Evil in a Can: It's revealed in Part 18 that his grave is what has been that has been sealed under the Pepsigym in Season 2, and that the cultists are trying to bring him back.
- The Stoner: Was the Bogan household's drug dealer and was pretty eccentric, likely due to drug use.
- They Killed Kenny Again: Wario dies twice in part 7. The first time, he is killed by Garfield for cheering at Bogan's death. And the second time, after Dio and Kira reset the timeline, Wario is brought back to life, only to be killed again inside the gym, at the hands of The World bodyslamming him to death.
- Thousand-Yard Stare: The Wario face he wears cannot blink.
- Took a Level in Jerkass: Introduced in Part 2 as a quirky, but overall friendly shaman. Come Part 3, he starts to constantly insult Bulk. In Part 7, he talks with Madeline shortly before she murders Bulk. After she stabs him and the Reaper arrives, Wario cheers and throws confetti around.
- First Appearance: Part 2Final (Living) Appearance Part 7
- Arc Villain: She's the source of the drama in Part 7, killing Bulk and forcing Dio to team up with Kira to wind back time.
- Big Bad Friend: She's one of the few pre-generated characters to actually have friendly interactions with the Bogan household. She's also the first major antagonist to appear in the series.
- Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: Initially seems to be among the nicest Sims in the series, never really acting like a Jerkass and becoming Bulk's best friend. Then in Episode 7 she straight up murders Bulk and is revealed to have taken part in other murders prior.
- The Cameo: Appears as a ghost in Part 14.
- Child Hater: One of her traits that Bulk discovers is 'Hates Children', though it isn't shown on-screen.
- Dirty Coward: She immediately runs away from the scene of the crime as soon as she kills Bogan. In the new timeline, after Dio shows up in her gym and beats her up, she runs away again, though that time she isn't as lucky.
- The Dragon: Her shocking decision to kill Bulk Bogan seems to have been partially motivated to impress one of her closest friends, Wario. Seeing as how Madeline has apparently killed before, it could be that shes acting as a Dragon for him.
- Eerie Pale-Skinned Brunette: Has dark hair, unusually pale skin and is a cannibalistic serial killer.
- Five-Second Foreshadowing: In Part 7, Bulk Bogan learns a rather surprising personality trait of hers: Hates Children. That's the first tip-off that she's not as nice as she initially seemed.
- Foreshadowing: Careful analysis of older episodes reveal she is a murderer long before she made it obvious.
- I'm a Humanitarian: In Part 5 eagle eyed viewers might spot her killing and cannibalizing someone in a bar, foreshadowing her murder of Bulk two streams before it actually happened.
- Ironic Death: Bulk kills her the same way she killed him: Stabbing her in the chest. She also dies in the same gym she worked at and first met Bulk in.
- Just Friends: Although she's best friends with Bulk, she constantly rejects his advances, but still hangs out with him. This makes a creepy amount of sense given she was likely planning on murdering him the whole time.
- Knife Nut: Uses a knife to kill Bulk Bogan. She suffers from the same fate at the hands of Bulk after Dio and Kira rewind time.
- Knight of Cerebus: Part 7, and the series from then on, take a darker turn after her true colors are revealed.
- Laser-Guided Karma: After Dio enlists Kiras help to revive Bulk, Dio makes sure that neither Madeline nor Wario survive, and her death comes swiftly afterwards at the hands of Bulk, the very same person she killed just minutes beforehand.
- Serial Killer: Bulk wasn't her first victim, but all the others were hidden in the background and unnoticed by the audience.
- The Undead: In Part 14 she shows up again as a ghost.
- Walking Spoiler: It's hard to talk about her without mentioning her murder of Bulk.
- Wham Line: She delivers one to Bogan before killing him.Madeline: Your life has come to an end.
- First Appearance: Part 4
A random Sim who was murdered in Part 5 after being run over with a car. He later returned in Part 7 in ghost form, where he was seen dancing and dabbing on his own grave, while the Cory in the House theme song played in the background.
- Funny Background Event: Him dancing on his own grave.
- Posthumous Character: Kory lived for a grand total of two minutes. The rest of his appearances in the series are as a ghost.
- Surprisingly Sudden Death: We barely know anything about him before he's suddenly hit by a car.
- We Hardly Knew Ye: He lived for a grand total of two minutes.
- Only Appearance: Part 10
A random ghost who ends up eating Big Smoke.
- A Fate Worse Than Death: Gets exorcised and sent to Hell by the power of Freddie Mercury's music.
- I'm a Humanitarian: Like Arian before her, she too turns out to be a cannibal sim, but only reveals this fact after she is killed off-screen. which she showcases by slaughtering Big Smoke.
- Killed Off for Real: Her spirit is sent to Hell by Freddie Mercury after she killed Big Smoke.
- First Appearance: Part 9
- The Bartender: Works at Oasis Springs' local bar. He's not very good at his job, though.
- BFS: For reasons unknown, he carries a Keyblade with him wherever he goes.
- Considering what the world of Meme House is like, it's probably for self-defense.
- The Other Darrin: Unrelated to Edgar Kohler, but he has Wario's head, and is referred to as such the moment Joel sees him.
- Only Appearance: Part 10
Two randomly-generated female Sims who showed up at the climax of Part 10, and launched an unprovoked attack on Dio. They very quickly learned to regret their decision.
- Badass Normal: For being ordinary Sims, these two were quite strong, with the second strong enough to knock out Dio! The first also briefly managed to avoid being killed by The World, which is no mean feat either.
- Curbstomp Battle: Both tag-team Dio in the hopes of doing this, but instead it goes the other way after Dio recovers from being knocked out.
- Did You Just Punch Out Cthulhu?: Dio is knocked out by the second bully. However, he very quickly gets better, and from then on the fate of the women is sealed.
- Only Appearance: Part 12
A burglar who decided to do an armed robbery in the middle of Jill and Nemesis' wedding before being shot and wounded by Jerma, then shot dead by Johnny Zest. Not to be confused with the non canonical Immortal Burglar.
- Killed Off for Real: Was shot dead by Johnny Zest of all people out of self-defense.
- Too Dumb to Live: Deciding to crash a wedding where the majority of the attendance are psychopathic murderers that can easily kick the ass of a normal human really wasn't the wisest choice. Ironically, it's the mostly mundane Jerma and Johnny Zest who do him in.
- Small Role, Big Impact: Although he doesn't manage to do much harm when he's robbing the wedding before he dies, him getting shot in self-defense by Johnny Zest is the final straw for his sanity, causing him to become Dark Johnny.
- First Appearance: Part 2Final Appearance: Part 6
A corrupt cop who uses rather underhanded methods to clean the streets of criminals, such as hiring hitmen like Albert Wesker.
- Corrupt Cop: Appears to have turned into one due to the sheer incompetence of his colleagues.
- Disproportionate Retribution: He's brutally stabbed by Wesker for... stealing one of Weskers books.
- Jerkass: Is a corrupt cop who isnt above hiring hitmen to do his dirty work and steals books from people.
- Too Dumb to Live: Was it really the best idea to steal from the man youre hiring to kill people?
- First Appearance: Part 13
A group of kidnappers who end up taking Wesker and holding him for ransom money. They later do the same to Layne Hartman, despite him being a ghost.
- Kidnapped from Behind: How they managed to kidnap Wesker and Layne.
- Nebulous Evil Organization: Seem to be part of one, and are at least powerful enough to hold Wesker prisoner... Or at least, they would have if the game didn't glitch out.
- The Mafiya: The only named kidnapper, макар муравёа (Makar Muravëa), has a Russian name, making it possible the group itself is the Russian Mafia.
- Your Soul Is Mine: They kidnap Layne Hartman, who's a ghost. He also has yet to come back.
- Inverted in Part 18. They don't take Wesker's soul when they try to kidnap him (again), they take his body, and leave his soul behind.
- First Appearance: Part 13
A bedraggled clone of Wesker, seemingly summoned as a result of the Kidnappers taking its real counterpart away.
- Cloning Blues / The Eeyore: Enters the world severely embarrassed, standing perfectly still and looking quite sorry for himself.
- The Pig-Pen: Appears for the first time in absolutely filthy casual clothing, as if the cloning process copied all the stains on the real Wesker's body when it took place. By the time Mr. Krabs comes to visit, he's regained the original's trademark outfit and has managed to clean himself up.
- First Appearance: Part 4Final Appearance Part 6
Oasis Springs' resident pizza delivery girl, a job title that was largely inaccurate considering she never seemed to actually deliver any pizza.
- Goth: Wears Goth clothes with her pizza delivery outfit, hence the nickname.
- Jerkass: Considering she never delivers pizza to people who order it and even goes so far as to walk straight in front of the houses she's supposed to be delivering to, this likely applies.
- Jerkass Has a Point: Although as most of the houses she's asked to deliver pizza to are inhabited by murderous lunatics, it's no wonder she doesn't want to.
- Killed Off for Real: Murdered by Wesker in Part 6 when he decides to practice his Katana skills on her in revenge for her never delivering pizza, and hasn't come back as a ghost.
- The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything: Never delivers a single pizza throughout the series.
- Running Gag: Her complete failure and refusal to deliver pizza was one of the earlier running gags of the series.
- The Slacker: Has only once been seen actually delivering pizza, despite many requests.
- First Appearance: Part 14 (His picture first appears in Part 7 however)
An elderly man, famous from Call Me Kevin's Sims videos where he's a restaurant owner, movie star, art salesman, movie producer, serial killer and cult leader; however in the Meme House universe he's just the manager of WacDonalds restaurant and strip club. Jim is a source of confusion for Joel, as he hasn't watched Kevin, so doesn't understand why chat is calling Jim "Dear Leader" or how they all seem to know who he is already.
- Adaptational Heroism: Is nowhere near as murderous in Meme House.
- This is only a slight example however considering his habit of putting "horny pills" in the burgers at WacDonalds and how he also seems to enjoy watching people go to the toilet considering the amount of security cameras in the WacDonalds toilet. So he's not exactly heroic, just less murderous.
- A Day in the Limelight: Part 17 is a slight example, as after making cameos since at least Part 14, he now is revealed to be owner of WacDonalds, which Vibe Check pays a visit to.
- The Cameo: Makes occasional appearances wandering around, and a framed photo of him entitled "Dear Leader" is available in build mode as part of the Meme House modpack.
- Covert Pervert: Puts cameras in toilets and "horny pills" in burgers.
- Demoted to Extra: Is nowhere near as major a character in Meme House as in Call Me Kevin's videos.
- Dirty Old Man: Elderly, and owner of a restaurant / strip club.
- Not only that, the toilets in his restaurant are full of security cameras.
- He's also been suspected of putting "horny pills" in the burgers.
- He also seems chummy with fellow Dirty Old Man CBT Wizard Johnson, who's a frequent customer at WacDonalds.
- Early-Bird Cameo: While his first appearance in-person was in Part 14, his picture has been available in build mode since Part 7.
- Only Known by Their Nickname: Due to Joel having no idea on who the hell he is, he constantly refers to him as Steve Jobs.
- First Appearance: Part 18
- 0% Approval Rating: Absolutely nobody likes them, when Bulk kills one of them in the WcDonalds people cheer and throw confetti at her death.
- Dominatrix: They're an entire group of evil, testicle-mashing domanitrex.
- Groin Attack: Not just any ol' regular CBT, however. They perform Extreme CBT which involve multiple kicks and several punches to the groin in a short span of time.
- Inexplicably Identical Individuals: They all look exactly the same.
- Implacable Man: Played with. CBT Queens CAN be killed like any other Sims if summoned. However, it's very likely the next time someone does Extreme CBT it will summon an unkillable, effectively unstoppable ghost of that very same CBT Queen.
- Laser-Guided Karma: The first one we see is killed by Bulk in revenge shortly after performing Super CBT on an innocent Bob Ross, one of the nicest characters in the series.
- First Appearance: Part 13
- Corrupt Cop: Gets lap dances in his spare time. From Vibe Check of all people.
- Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: Is a complete idiot like the rest of the Oasis Springs Police, yet expertly defends himself from a knife attack by Vibe Check in Part 17.
- Inexplicably Identical Individuals: Resembles Jerma, although the two have yet to meet.
- Nightmare Fetishist: He's attracted to Vibe Check, so this is a given.
- Police Are Useless: Has proven himself to be just as incompetent as the cops he replaced.
The Immortal FiveA set of five extremely dangerous Sims resident to Oasis Springs that appear to be affiliated to each other. So far, four of the Immortal Five have made physical appearances, being Anakin Skywalker, Dantette, Shaggy Rogers, and a brief appearance from Lee Weiss - the last member (an old lady) is briefly seen on wanted posters set down at the CD-I Household. Death does not phase them, as they simply reincarnate into a new body, identical to their predecessor.
- First Appearance: Part 14Anakin: "I HATE YOU!!!"
A Jedi Knight and mask-wearing pyromaniac seen around the Bogan household.
- Ax-Crazy: Why is Anakin randomly burning people's houses down? Simple. He wants to kill them all. Not just the men, but the women and the children too!
- Diabolus ex Nihilo: He comes completely out of nowhere inside the Bogan house, and burns it down. The only foreshadowing is seeing him earlier burning trash in the street.
- The Dreaded: After he burns down the Bogan house and kills both Dio and Bill Murray (and himself) in Dio's nightmare, Joel remains worried about him showing up throughout the rest of Part 14. He ended up appearing in Part 15, much to Joel's horror.
- Hero Killer: He kills Bill Murray in the non-canon portion of Part 14.
- Averted with Dio, who Anakin also killed, since he's also evil. So that also makes Anakin a Villain Killer.
- Hoist by Their Own Petard: In Part 14, using his flamethrower in an enclosed space like the Bogan household causes him to choke on the smoke and die, though this death is reverted due to the non-canonization of that entire section of the episode.
- Ironic Death: Anakin's fire at the Bogan house also causes himself to be burned to death, which also happens to him in the end of Revenge of the Sith. Slightly averted, since Anakin didn't die in the movie, but he was close to.
- Joker Immunity: Despite dying twice, once non-canonically in Part 14 and canonically in Part 15, he somehow manages to appear after The King reads his Wanted poster, meaning that he still remains a threat.
- Lethal Klutz: Zigzagged. Him setting fire to the Bogan household? Intentional. Him being the first victim of said fire? Accidental and hilarious.
- Neck Snap: Suffers an invisible necksnap courtesy of The World in Part 15.
- Meaningful Name: His in-game name, Dorian Cook. He cooks people and houses with his flamethrower.
- Playing with Fire: His specialty.
- The Power of Hate: He appears to hate everyone.
- Pyromaniac: He's a complete psycho who laughs evilly as he burns stuff up with his flamethrower.
- Ret-Gone: Averted. Despite much of his screen-time happening in the non-canon portion of Part 14, he's still a canonical character, as he appears before the non-canon events.
- Surprisingly Sudden Death: When he shows up again in Part 15, he's immediately murdered by The World before he can cause any damage.
- Too Dumb to Live: Not only does he kill both Dio and Bill Murray when he starts the fire at the Bogan household, but he also kills himself, and is also the first of the three to die.
- Unexplained Recovery: Despite being killed by The World, he shows up fine and well and just as insane outside the CD-I Castle.
- First Appearance: Part 14
- Anything That Moves: She's not that picky with the men she goes on dates with, calling men like Bogan attractive, and even going to a date with Twitch Chat.
- Attention Whore: She's more into asking people on dates and posing seductively then actually engaging in romantic affairs. Even after Bogan and Twitch accept her offer she never acknowledges it and keeps looking around for dates.
- Badass Biker: Every time she appears on screen, she enters the area riding her red motorcycle.
- Femme Fatale: She's a rather attractive woman, and is prone to flirting with several men...And doesn't hesitate a second to commit murder.
- Single Woman Seeks Good Man: Downplayed. When every member of the Bogan household tried to flirt with her the only one she appears to remotely tolerate was Funky Kong.
- Smoking Is Cool: She really likes to smoke.
- The Sociopath: She kills a woman for no reason and then goes back to being her usual flirty self.
- First Appearance: Part 13
- Berserk Button: Turn him down at your own peril.
- Boom, Headshot!: Garfield dispatches him this way.
- Inexplicably Identical Individuals: Looks exactly like the nerd Spongebob kills in Part 13 but with a different name.
- Later in Season 2 it's revealed that, due to being one of the Immortal Five, Shaggy respawns using a different name, so that nerd was likely an incarnation of Shaggy.
- Knife Nut: He stabs Dio to death after he refuses to hang out with him.
- Only Known by Their Nickname: Due to respawning with a different name each time he is killed, much like other members of the Immortal Five, he's generally referred to as just 'Shaggy' to avoid confusion.
- They Killed Kenny Again: Is a volatile, murderous nuisance, so gets killed frequently, only to respawn with a different name.
- First Appearance: Part 13
- Early-Bird Cameo: What his brief appearance in part 13 amounted to, where he showed up at the Squarepants household for a few moments before leaving.
- I Have Many Names: Due to being killed once by the Bogan household, he appears again in the Squarepants household under a different name.
- Only Known by Their Nickname: Respawns with a different name every time he is killed, so is just called 'Piss Doctor'.
MafioznikA group of Russian mafiosos that work underneath Liquid Bogan in Season 2, they're shown to have a distinct hatred for the Bogan household.
- First Appearance: Part 19 (Cameo) Part 20 (Proper)
- The Mafiya: Obviously, they're part of the Russian Mafia, with Liquid Bogan as their ringleader. In the brief cameo they have in Part 19, they're also shown having matching Adidas tracksuits.
- Quirky Miniboss Squad: While they're definitely dangerous, as shown in Part 20 when they gang up on both Bulk and Garfield, they're still an oddball group of weirdos, not unlike most other Sims in the show.
- Bald of Evil: He's utterly bald, and he's the first to start aggressions on Bulk and Garfield in Part 20.
- The Big Guy: He's the biggest, and probably strongest of the Mafioznik seen thus far.
- Fake Ultimate Mook: He's huge, and appears to be second-in-command of the Mafioznik after Liquid Bogan. He gets killed easily mere minutes after his first appearance.
- We Hardly Knew Ye: Big Papanya ends up being the first of the Mafioznik to get killed, courtesy of a bullet to the head from Bulk.
Supernatural Entities / Uncategorized Characters
- First Appearance: Part 1
The manifestation of death who always appears whenever a Sim dies. He tends to reap their soul and leave their ghosts after every death. He has appeared in every episode due to how many times people have died. He is revealed to be Joel himself in the premiere episode of Season 2.
- Ambiguously Gay: After Wario's death due to taking part in killing Bogan, he got in a flirty mood when talking to Garfield and seemed pretty into watching Twitch Chat twerk.
- Author Avatar: He is literally Joel himself, despite having a mind of his own.
- Berserk Button: By Part 3, he's pretty annoyed with the constant murders that the Bogan household commits. Though this is less because of any morality and more because it just makes his work harder and more tedious.Grim: Could you stop killing Sims? I don't have all day to reap souls.
Grim: OKAY, THAT'S IT! I'VE HAD ENOUGH OF YOU!
- This comes back in Part 12, where he beats up Doom Guy for killing just that many demons in a short span of time. Doom Guy proceeds to keep doing it anyway.
- Creepy Good: Despite being the literal embodiment of death itself, he's actually quite friendly towards the Bogan Household, save for Dio Brando, most likely because of how often he has to show up to reap souls; he waited while Fortnite dancing to witness Garfield kill Wario (for the first time, pre-Bites The Dust), and then strikes up a mildly flirty conversation with Garfield once the deed is done.
- Every Man Has His Price: Despite being the incarnation of death itself, he's more than willing to revive someone if he's slipped 50$, as seen when Funky bribes him to bring back Dio.Joel (As Himself):"Fifty dollars? That's a lot of moolah!"
- The Dead Can Dance: Being an incarnation of death itself doesn't stop him from Fortnite dancing all night.
- Taken to the extreme in The Magic Bullet Special, in which THREE Grim Reapers show up near the end of the episode, and end up Fortnite Dancing to several songs, such as Blue and Cotton-Eyed Joe.
- Good Is Not Nice: While Grim is fairly amicable and would never physically harm another sim unless his Berserk Button is pushed far too much, he can be pretty cruel when he wants to be, particularly against evil sims. He refuses to listen to Dio's demands to spare Bogan and tells supervillain Bonzi his plea worked only to take Funky's soul anyway.
- Guns Akimbo: In The Magic Bullet Special, one of the Grim Reapers that show up begins blasting with two guns another Grim Reaper who's Fortnite dancing, for no real reason. The dancing Reaper himself is fine, but Ralph Bullet, who stands behind him, gets shot in the head and dies. It's left ambiguous whether it was an Accidental Murder or not.
- The Grim Reaper: Duh.
- Jerkass: Has joined in with the harassment of Johnny Zest every so often, is pretty apathetic about most deaths that happen in the series, beats up Doom Guy for trying to rid the world of Bonzi's demons and lies to Garfield and Bonzi about resurrecting Dio and Funky Kong respectively. And to add insult to injury for Bonzi, he Fortnite dances on Funky's grave.
- Jerkass Has a Point: Considering the amount of deaths that happen in this series, Death probably has his work cut out for him, so even if it's Doom Guy killing demons it's still a lot of work for Death to do. This also explains why he's so apathetic towards most deaths in the series.
- No-Holds-Barred Beatdown: Death gives a pretty brutal one to Doom Guy for killing so many sims.
- Me's a Crowd: Bein an immortal incarnation of Death itself, there are infinite amounts of Joels within the game, and multiple can show up in one spot, as seen in the Magic Bullet spin-off episode.
- There is also a bootleggy non Grim Reaper version of Joel living in Vinesauce Household. This is confusing for all Joels: the reaper, the sim, and the streamer himself. They all consecutively decide not to think about it.
- Promoted to Playable: Somewhat is towards the end of the Magic Bullet spin-off where three of them are added to the household towards the end.
- The Problem with Fighting Death: The three Joels in the Magic Bullet Special try their best to end Grandma 2's life as their role as death demands. But Grandma 2 is immortal, and brushes off all their attemps at killing her. The Joels even trap her in a pool with no ladder in a last bid to make her die, but to no avail. They do not take her defiance kindly, and proceed to seal Grandma 2 in a water filled concrete bunker where she stays in a constant state of drowning, and summon the giant rat to guard her personal hell for all eternity.
- Troll: In Part 9. Despite seemingly accepting Bonzi's plea to bring Funky back to life, he lets him die anyway and proceeds to Fortnite dance over his grave.
- First Appearance: Part 1 (As a Poster)Todd: "It just works."
The video game designer and the director of Bethesda Game Studios, known for being behind games series such as The Elder Scrolls and Video Game/Fallout. In Meme House, he first appears as a poster in Part 1, before being revealed as the moon in Part 10.
- First Appearance: Part 8Final Appearance: Part 12
A group of demonically mutated random Sims who start to show up more and more as the series progresses. The reason for their existence is technically unknown, but it's heavily implied it's Bonzi's corruption that makes them show up.
- Ambiguously Evil: They're freaky in appearance and their motives are inscrutable, but they don't seem to be aggressive and otherwise act like normal Sims, most of the time. That being said, theyre not always so kind, and some Demons go so far as to fight with other demons and regular Sims alike.
- Bald of Evil: Hugh Oldham, the particularly tough and nasty demon that kills Officer Nathan, is completely bald. He's notably the only demon to ever kill a human being on-screen.
- Body Horror: A general trait, though the level seems to differ from demon to demon. Their general appearance has them appear as regular sims, but with incredibly freaky faces, unnatural and bloody looking skin color, and holes in their faces and bodies.
- The Blank: A sub-type of demons completely lack heads, instead having a set of floating teeth and hair in its place, and nothing else.
- Implacable Man: In Part 12. Hugh Oldham, the gun-toting demon is the only one to survive Doom Guy's stab attack, requiring him to chainsaw his guts to finish him off for good.
- Creepy Child: A strange little girl with unnaturally bright blue eyes appears in Part 9. It's left ambiguous if she's a demon or not.
- Decapitated Army: Though it's dubious how much of an 'army' they were in the first place, the demonic invasion and corruption of the world instantly stops after Bonzi is killed, and as Season 2 shows, they seem to be gone for good.
- Maybe Magic, Maybe Mundane: Their glowing blue or red eyes, glitchy faces and bloodstained bodies are likely the result of the Lifes Drama / Tragedy script mods interacting with the many, many other mods installed, but the bizarre behaviour of the demons, coupled with the fact that some of them seem to be actively malicious towards each other, hints at something else being at play.
- Off-Model: Their character meshes range from mildly warped to completely broken. Some of them don't even have any facial features beyond teeth.
- Only Appearance: Part 12
A member of Bonzi's demon army who may well be Bonzi's second in command, the Super Demon Cop is one of only a handful of special demons who began appearing as Bonzi's corruption neared 100%.
- Attack Reflector: He reflects Doomguy's stab attack onto Nathan, killing him.
- Blood-Splattered Warrior: Is almost completely covered in blood from the shoulders up; the rest of his body is equally spattered with the stuff.
- The Dragon: Implied to be Bonzi Buddy's most senior subordinate.
- Glowing Eyes of Doom: Sports a very prominent example in the form of his irises, which glow a bright golden-yellow.
- Implacable Man: Able to withstand Doom Guy's stab attack with no visible damage.
- Obviously Evil: The Super Demon Cop is not above redirecting attacks from those who fight him to his supposed comrades; Nathan Fontenot meets his end at the hands of a redirected attack from Doom Guy.
- First Appearance: Part 5
Introduced in Part 5, it showed itself to Bonzi Buddy and granted him demonic powers. Not much is known about it, but some speculate it to be Satan.
- Deal with the Devil: Granted Bonzi Buddy demonic powers, which he promptly accepted.
- Eldritch Abomination
- Greater-Scope Villain: Gave Bonzi the demonic powers, which in turn opened the gateway for both the corruption and the demons to come to the Sim world.
- Small Role, Big Impact: Appeared for less than a minute, but is singlehandedly responsible for the corruption spreading in the Sim world through Bonzi Buddy.
- Hidden in Plain Sight: In Season 2 it lays out in the open in The Cursed Lands, the ruins of the Kong Household.
A strange phenomenon first seen in Season 1 with Pepsiman's human form, and then occurring more frequently in Season 2. The red-eyed people are just that: randomly generated Sims with unnatural red eyes, but otherwise normal bodies. The reason for their existance, and their relations, if any, to the demons and the Demonic Painting are yet to be seen. Pepsiman is the only playable Sim to have them.
- Ambiguously Evil: Even more so than the demons that preceded their appearance. Not only is their origin unknown, but their potential threat as well.
- Early-Bird Cameo: If one interprets Pepsiman's human form as part of them, then they've been appearing as far back as Part 8.
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: Their defining traits. They completely lack irises and pupils, and their sclera is a bright shade of red.
Eight members of a mysterious cult who sometimes appear around the towns in Season 2. Not much is known about them, except they're all identical and seem to be connected at what lies beneath the Pepsi Gym.
- Cool Mask: They all wear Guy Fawkes masks. Though they're sometimes seen without them.
- No Name Given: They're all simply known as Cult Members, and all look identical, making it impossible to know who's who. Amusingly subverted for a single Cult Member which Joel renamed into Tommy Wiseau.
- Religion of Evil: Maybe. They haven't done much of anything evil yet, but they do seem to be connected with the seemingly demonic entity that lies beneath the Pespi Gym, as they often appear there.
- Walking Shirtless Scene: While they sometimes wear clothes, they're more ofthen than not completely nude except for a pair of boxers, showing off their mooskular bodies.
- First Appearance (Proper): Part 21
A mysterious masked man that Bulk stumbles upon while infected with the Uroboros Fruit. He's a living enigma, and not much is known about him.
- Ambiguous Situation: He wears the same mask as the Cultists, but it's unknown if him and them have any particular connection other than appearance.
- Palette Swap: He's essentially a less beefy, blond version of the Cult Members.
- Secret Underground Passage: His house is hidden by one of these, which is placed in the absolute middle of nowhere.
- First Appearance (Mentioned): Part 21
A mysterious entity connected to Wesker's Uroboros Fruit. She's at first mentioned after Bulk eats a fruit and gets infected.
- Black Speech: Everyone infected by the Fruit will start talking like this.
- Botanical Abomination: In the original game, she's a giant tentacled plant, though her appearance in Meme House has yet to be shown.
- Expy: An incidental one: as a botanical creature that takes control of humans through spores and her connection to a Resident Evil character, it makes her an Expy of Eveline.
- The Ghost: Has yet to physically appear.
- First Appearance: Part 4
The Fan Nickname for Bulk Bogan's Stand, which takes the form of a car and runs down any target, regardless of where they are. While Joel has stated Motörhead to be non-canon, he does draw close to confirming it to belong to Bogan when Nemesis is ran down by a taxi in the non-canon Part 11.
- Ditto Fighter: While Motörhead most commonly appears as a red car, it has appeared as a yellow taxi on multiple occasions.
- Haunted Technology: Or rather, Soul-Empowered Technology.
- Intangibility: Motörhead is capable of phasing through objects and other Sims with ease, ensuring that only its given target is struck by its power.
- Jossed: Doesn't exist according to Joel, later saying Bulk lacks a stand altogether.
- Long-Range Fighter: Can appear out of nowhere to run people down, implying that Motörhead is a Long-Distance Stand.
- Powers Do the Fighting: While Motörhead can be called upon by Bogan to attack opponents, it appears to have some degree of autonomy, as it struck down Funky Kong when Bogan was nowhere to be seen, despite the two being friends, and the latter having no reason to attack the former.
- First Appearance: Part 11
A monstrous abomination from Jill's dreams which appears out of nowhere to attack those she cares for the most. He manages to withstand Wesker's BERSERK technique, and from there things only get worse...
- Anxiety Dreams: His existence and disappearance can be interpreted as Jill being afraid of losing a loved one, as is the case with Spongebob dying after being shot by the Immortal Burglar.
- The Juggernaut: So far, he is the first and only non-Ghost character capable of withstanding Wesker's BERSERK technique. Instead of it killing him, he is merely set on fire, and completely ignores this as well.
- Ret-Gone: As Jill's nightmare dissipates and she wakes up, he turns out to have never even existed in the first place.
- Would Hurt a Child: While Spongebob is an adult, he certainly behaves much younger, and as such, the Immortal Burglar is able to bear this trope for his actions against the former (namely, mortally wounding him in cold blood).
- First Appearance: Part 11
Jill and Nemesis' newborn son, named in honor of the dead Spongebob Squarepants. He never actually existed, due to being a figment of Jill's dream.
- Anxiety Dreams: His existence and disappearance can be interpreted as Jill being afraid of having a child and taking care of one.
- Ret-Gone: Twice. First, he disappears from his crib as he's taken away at the end of the stream. Then, as Jill's nightmare dissipates and she wakes up, he turns out to have never even existed in the first place.
- We Hardly Knew Ye: Jill doesn't even have the time to interact with him before he gets taken away.
- All Just a Dream: He was just a figment of Dio's dream, and never actually existed in the first place. Joel said that he might return as a real person alongside the entire Ghostbusters team.
- Baleful Polymorph: Accidentally changed into a Plantsim, which made him very vulnerable to fire. Within the series canon he turned himself into a pickle, and it is the funniest shit ever seen.
- Epic Fail: In his brief existence the only thing he manage to accomplish was accidentally turning himself into a plantsim and getting burned to death.
- The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything: Doesn't bust a single ghost throughout his life. After he switches his job from busting ghosts to busting fires, he still utterly fails to accomplish that and even burns to death in the process.
- Ret-Gone: Was erased from existence after dying and having the game reset.
The Magic Bullet HouseholdA family inspired by the The Magic Bullet Express commercials, which Joel adds in the Magic Bullet Special.
- Asshole Victim: His casual, constant mocking of Ralph is what makes him snap, it's not a surprise he's the first victim.
- Adaptation Relationship Overhaul: In the original commercial, he's Meme's husband, however, as Joel interprets them as a wacky family of swingers, they're just housemates in the episode itself.
- Cargo Cult: Seemingly has one for the Bullet Express food processors, constantly talking about it and using it.
- Deader Than Dead: Due to a glitch in the game, when Ralph kills him, he completely disappears. No corpse, no urn, no ghost. Nothing. Not even the Grim Reaper arrived as he usually does. Explained by Ralph killing him with a "Magic Bullet", aka a literal bullet that's full of magic.
- Insistent Terminology: Averted. In the original ad Mick absolutely insists that the Magic Bullet Express is not a food processor, while it arguably is. Here in the Meme House however, Mick is absolutely right, it's a tea machine.
- Obsessed with Food: Played with. Joel states that he has no actual interest in the foods he cooks, but his obsession with the Bullet Express food processors means he cooks A LOT.
- Butter Face: She probably has the most attractive body of any of the Joel-controlled female characters, but her unnaturally long and pointy chin and downright odd face makes it far more difficult to notice.
- Cleavage Window: Her regular outfit shows quite a bit of cleavage.
- Insistent Terminology: Claims that regular ground turkey from the store can be full of fat, therefore he and Mick opt to use whole skinless turkey breast for their meatloaf. Now, because of their refusal to use ground turkey, the end result is just a regular whole roasted turkey, but she insists that it's still a meatloaf.
- Lantern Jaw of Justice: A rare female example, her chin is absolutely massive.
A snobby elderly woman who lives in Mick and Meme's house.
- Blatant Lies: Mick asks her to taste his bizarre turkey meatloaf since she's apparently an expert in that regard. She takes one bite, is visibly repulsed, and immediately switches to a jovial face claiming that it's fantastic.
- Grumpy Old Man: Well, woman. She's incredibly snobby and mean spirited.
- Only Sane Man: Of the Bullet household. She's by far the most 'normal' of the group, and even her occasional meanness is severely overshadowed by Mick and Meme's cult-like love of the Magic Bullet, Grandma 2's immortal shenanigans, and Ralph's insanity.
An even older elderly woman who lives in Mick and Meme's house.
- And I Must Scream: Her ultimate fate has her completely stuck swimming in a pool...Surrounded by walls, with no exit. Due to her immortality, it means not even death can free her.
- Complete Immortality: She's completely immortal, to the point even Death can't physically kill her.
- Chess with Death: Actually, a cooking contest with Death, with him being the judge. Joel, as the Grim Reaper, challenges her to cook something with the Magic Bullet that's good, otherwise he will send her down to hell. She fails, but her immortality saves her...Untill Joel decides to get his due by sealing her off inside a pool, forever.
- Dissonant Serenity: She's surprisingly relaxed after Ralph tries to choke her to death and simply walks off to bed. Also, when she finds Grandma Martha's dead corpse, instead of getting upset, or sad, she nonchalantly twerks on top of her body.
- Enemies with Death: Her refusal to bow down to the natural order of the universe frustrates the 3 Grim Reapers to no end, and eventually they seal her into a Fate Worse than Death for her defiance.
- Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep": Her name is literally Grandma 2, due to the original commercial never naming her.
- Fan Disservice: She goes walking around in a revealing swimsuit multiple times across the episode, much to Joel's dismay.
A fat, bald man who loves food more than anything else.
- Big Bad: Ultimately, he's the main villain of the episode, turning into a Serial Killer by the episode's mid-point and killing everyone in the household besides Grandma 2.
- Butt-Monkey: Similar to Johnny Zest, Ralph is endlessly tormented by the others household members for being FAT, BALD and STUPID.
- Fan Disservice: The rest of the Bullet household pretty much pressures him into twerking in front of everyone for money.
- Fat Bastard: He's very rotund, gluttonous, and very evil.
- Foil: To Johnny Zest in the main series. Both are seemingly nice men who are bullied by the people around them into insanity. While Zest is bullied for no real reason, Ralph is bullied due to his physical appearance and lack of intelligence. Also, while Zest displays his insanity by dressing up as The Joker and going around kicking people in the balls, he never actually killed people before Part 18, while Ralph doesn't bother at all with theatrics, going into a murderous rage and killing everyone in the household he can.
- Amusingly, the similiarities between them keep growing even after Ralph's death in the episode: Ralph's last murder is blasting Grandma Martha in the face with a shotgun, Johnny's first proper murder in Part 18 is also shooting an old woman in the face with a shotgun.
- Karmic Death: His first murder is to completely vaporize Mick with a magic bullet, at the end of the episode, his ultimate death comes at the hands of one of the Grim Reapers, who shoots him in the head while randomly firing a volley of bullets.
- Mind over Matter: Ralph has some degree of psychokinesis, as he was able to detonate Mick with a 'Magic Bullet' that caused him to explode into blood.
- Obsessed with Food: "Yeah that all sounds great, but let's get to the FOOOOOD!"
- Slasher Smile: He flashes several deranged smiles as he's killing off the other Bullet family members.
- Shotguns Are Just Better: He kills Grandma Martha with a shotgun blast to the face. Even by the series' standards, the result is pretty damn gruesome.
- Who's Laughing Now?: His bloody rampage across the Bullet family is caused by the constant bullying and belittling they made him suffer.