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     Dazzle Novak 

Dazzle Novak

Voiced by: Rob Lowe

Moonbeam City's best police detective, and ostensibly the main character.

  • The Ace: Dazzle can succeed at virtually anything except being a police officer, especially if it involves art. Nearly every episode features him trying out a different career and immediately becoming absurdly successful at it in a short amount of time. This is undone by the fact that he's always neglecting his actual job as a cop the entire time.
  • Agent Peacock: Possibly the pinkest cop, if not person, in Moonbeam City. Also one of the most dangerous.
  • Anything That Moves: He has a bit of Ho Yay with Chrysalis' father, fell for a male dolphin once, and fucked a prison. Not as in had sex with all the inmates, though that wouldn't out of character. But he... actually had sex with a building. An AI-controlled building, but still. He fucked a building!
  • Badass Driver
  • Brilliant, but Lazy: Capable of accomplishing whatever he sets his mind to, but his mind is generally set on being a self-centered jerk.
  • Chivalrous Pervert: The man likes to sleep around, but when he gets into a serious relationship, expect him to stay loyal to and support his current lover almost to a fault. Provided of course the prospect of marriage never comes up.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Not as bad as Rad but still up there.
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: Though he comes off as inept and scatterbrained, and often backs down when Pizzaz threatens him, when sufficiently angered or especially determined, Dazzle can be incredibly capable, deadly, and destructive.
  • Dirty Cop: Averted, which is funny because the series runs on Police are Useless.
  • Drives Like Crazy
  • Elvis Impersonator: As the lead singer of Buster Brown's Midnight Moonshine and the "Texas Hold'em" Boys.
  • Everyone Has Standards: He might not always get along with Pizzaz, but even he thinks her four sisters were horrifying in their abusive treatment of her, and actively helps Pizzaz take down her sister, Panache, when Panache makes off with the Miller family fortune.
    • Episode 8 explores this a little more. For all his reckless driving, Dazzle wouldn't run a red light or run over an old lady. And for all his bloodlust, he has a pronounced distaste for snuff films.
  • Expy: Of Sterling Archer.
  • Formerly Fat: During his teen years.
  • Freudian Excuse: His love of Von Groff's bowling cartoons is due to their somehow extremely comforting nature to him during his rough childhood.
    • His mother died when he was young, and his stuntman father, Razzle, wasn't the most stable or respectable role model.
  • Handsome Lech
  • Hidden Depths: Apart from indulging in vice, Dazzle enjoys tinkering in his workshop to create various odd gadgets, vehicles and knickknacks. He also possesses passionate (if somewhat warped) artistic aspirations. Also very musically and vocally versatile, if a bit rough in delivery.
  • Loony Fan: Is this to Von Groff to the point of trying to think he's innocent. After Von Groff has cheerfully and willingly confessed to murdering a lot of people and enjoying it.
  • Malaproper: A Running Gag with him. Shared by his father.
  • Mr. Fanservice: Very good looking and seen naked practically Once an Episode.
  • Pet the Dog: To Chrysalis mostly, who he considers his lone friend. He's also gone out of his way to help and save both Pizzaz, whom he isn't as publicly fond of (but is secretly in a romantic/sexual relationship with) and Rad, whom Dazzle despises and frequently fantasizes about murdering.
    • Delves into this with his episodic love interests with Splasha and SILCA being the most exotic and notable ones for bringing out what could be considered integrity from Dazzle.
  • Police are Useless: He is not a very good police officer. The only reason he keeps the "#1 Police Officer" mug is because everybody else in the department, except Chrysalis, is worse than he is.
  • Really Gets Around: When he meets Chrysalis for the first time he automatically assumes they've slept together at some point but just can't remember it. Is implied to have slept with "badge bunny" Quasar Daniels a few times and basically fell in love with a dolphin at one point. A male dolphin, as he later found out, much to both his horror and Chrysalis' delight.
  • Shout-Out: Besides his dress sense evoking Ryo Saeba, his revolver looks similar to one of the props from the short film Rage.
  • Sleeping with the Boss: Enjoys a yearly, romantic tryst with Pizzaz during the annual, weekend-long "Cop Con" gathering, which involves multiple instances of passionate love-making. Their previous hook-up accidentally resulted in them conceiving a child, but Pizzaz then lost the baby . Of course, Dazzle was never told about the pregnancy, and was slapped incredibly hard by an emotionally distraught Pizzaz ("That's enough!!") when he unwittingly mentioned remembering her symptoms in front of the whole department, musing "maybe she was sick."
  • Small Name, Big Ego: An ongoing theme with Dazzle is his need to prove his superiority over everybody else no matter what it involves, from being a music producer, a director, or solving a crime that's already been solved.
  • Stronger Than They Look: Though usually hidden by his jacket and pants, he is seen in earlier episodes to have a physique comparable to Mr. Universe. In Episode 9, "The Legend of Circuit Lake", his strength is confirmed as he repeatedly benches 450lbs (50lbs x 6, plus 25lbs x 4, plus the 50lb bar) in a prison yard while easily carrying on a conversation with the prison's A.I. system.
  • Temporary Bulk Change: In the second episode he starts looking like Francis Ford Coppola to go with the Apocalypse Now references, growing a bushy beard and putting on a lot of weight. The epilogue then shows him clean shaven and thin.
  • "Well Done, Son!" Guy: He wins the respect of his estranged father, Razzle, by the end of Episode 8, "Stuntztravaganza".

     Pizzaz Miller 

Pizzaz Miller
Voiced by: Elizabeth Banks
"I will bury you so deep, the world's smartest worms couldn't find you."

Chief of the Moonbeam City Police Dept., and daughter of Moonbeam City's founder.

  • Bad Boss: Her way of keeping her officers in line is through rather outlandish threats of violence. However, when she actually does hit Dazzle, she's horrified with herself.
  • Cain and Abel: She's the "Abel" to her four horrible sisters being the "Cain". Even their father thinks her sisters are evil, warning Pizzaz that, "These bitches are vicious!"
  • Cry Cute: Becomes softer, cuter, and more beautiful when she cries. Happens three times: when being verbally abused by her four older sisters in Episode 6: "Lasers and Liars", when Dazzle abruptly walks out after their second love-making session in Episode 7: "Cop Con", and when Dazzle is wrongly given life in prison without parole in Episode 9: "The Legend of Circuit Lake".
  • Cut His Heart Out with a Spoon: Many of Pizzaz's outlandishly colourful threats are kin to this, with the caveat that she's deadly serious about all of them.
  • Da Chief: Rare female example.
  • Daddy's Girl: It's pretty clear that she cares deeply for her father (and Moonbeam City's founder) "Commodore" Vector Azimuth Miller, the 'crude laser' mogul, and was incredibly hurt/shocked that her sisters never bothered to tell her he was dying, and being cryogenically frozen via "freezification". Her father calls Pizzaz his favorite, saying that she was "the only one who made me proud", then leaves his fortune solely to her.
  • Death Glare: When she wants to intimidate Dazzle, but words aren't working. Usually accompanied by ominously dark music and the shadow of Venitian blinds, even when she's not near a window.
  • Defector from Decadence: One of five heiresses to her father, Vector Miller. When her abusive sisters' greed squandered their supply of lasers and the city fell into chaos as a result, Pizzaz disowned them and became a police officer to try and restore peace and order.
  • Et Tu, Brute?: When Dazzle learns she produced Rad's "Crimezappers" episode he has this response. Pizzaz explains she helped Rad because, unlike Dazzle, he was able to complete the episode under budget and was willing to cooperate with Pizzaz.
  • Fair Cop: "Fair" as in beautiful, not even-handed.
  • Good Is Not Nice
  • He Who Fights Monsters: She blames her older sisters for turning Moonbeam City into the criminally overrun hell it is now, but unfortunately she's had to actually contribute to the crime rate via distributing the designer Glitzotrene drug to give the villainous mayor extra publicity, in order to stop him from disbanding the police force.
    • She shamelessly describes the police force as "the roughest gang in town."
  • In the Blood: That "blinds effect" she can do is apparently something her sisters can perform as well, and each one has a different effect. (vertical blinds, single stripe, diamond, clover)
  • Knight In Sour Armor: She wants to save Moonbeam City from the damage her sisters created so she became the head of the recently established police department. Unfortunately, the only people who actually work for the department range from incompetent to downright psychotic (with Chrysalis being an exception), forcing her to develop some serious anger issues in trying to get any work done. She's also been forced to do outrageous and downright illegal things to keep the department from being closed down, such as instigating an elaborate drug epidemic so the mayor can feed off the publicity, while also trying (and sometimes failing) to keep the mayor's unwanted sexual advances away from her.
  • Mama Bear: Willing to protect her officers when they (or their jobs) are being threatened.
    • Pushed Up to Eleven where Dazzle's safety and well-being is concerned, as Pizzaz is twice shown attempting to save Dazzle from certain death, due to her being totally in love with him. It works in Episode 7, "Cop Con", but backfires horrifically in Episode 10, "The Wedding of Rad".
  • My God, What Have I Done?: When Pizzaz slaps Dazzle in "Lasers and Liars", after he jokes about her monthly cycle and mood swings, then unknowingly hints to everyone about her pregnancy by him, which ended in a miscarriage.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: Despite her intentions, it's made clear that Moonbeam City would actually benefit without the police department. Besides the Fire Department clearly being more competent at their jobs, the "Cop Con" episode shows that with the entire police department spending the weekend not doing their jobs the criminals actually have a chance to do something good and clean up the entire city. The moment the convention ends, Moonbeam City goes straight back to hell. However this was a unique situation as Pizzaz expressly forbade the gangs from committing crimes (as they had during every previous Cop Con weekend), forcing them to divert their energy elsewhere. That said, the fact the moment most of the officers returned to the city is the same moment it turned back into a Wretched Hive it kind of lends credence to the idea the city would be better off without the police force.
  • Purple Eyes
  • Reasonable Authority Figure/Only Sane Man: Plays this role whenever she has the Sanity Ball.
  • Screw the Money, I Have Rules!: One of the reasons she can became a police officer.
  • Surrounded by Idiots: That she's a Bad Boss makes more sense when remembering Pizzaz is surrounded by incompetent employees who make the worst real-life officers look capable by comparison. This is especially evident in "Quest for Aquatica", when she has to almost plead with Dazzle to focus long enough to complete a fifteen minute CPR course and sign a form, and in "The Wedding of Rad (Lie)" when she is forced to deal with Talc Cunningham herself ("Time to WAKE the SNAKE!"), as her subordinates (including Dazzle) can't take down the shotgun-armed Talc from even a few meters away.
  • Tsundere: 'Tsun' (Harsh) when Dazzle disobeys her or screws up on the job, 'Dere' (Sweet) when allowed to be alone and intimate with him, or when Dazzle is in extreme and immediate danger (including incarceration).
  • Whip It Good: Is seen using her snake belt as a whip in Episode 10: "The Wedding of Rad (Lie)".
  • Women Are Wiser: Alongside Chrysalis they're the only two members of the Moonbeam City PD who are consistently competent at their jobs.

     Chrysalis Tate 

Chrysalis Zirconia Tate
Voiced by: Kate Mara
"This whole place will blow to kingdom come, and Howligan's gonna hobble outta here carrying his own limbs!"

Former lab intern, and Dazzle's hyper-competent partner on the force.

  • Action Girl
  • Ambiguously Bi: It's implied she might've been somewhat intimate with Quasar Daniels given how Quasar was sleeping on Chrysalis' lap.
  • Badass Bookworm: Chrysalis is both a highly intelligent and skilled cop.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Violent criminals (or folks who threaten Dazzle) are on Chrysalis' list for an ass-kicking (or a headshot). This includes the parked driver in Ep 1, the "Moonbeam Maniac" (Nocturn Von Groff) in Ep 3, Howligan the dolphin seller in Ep 4, the "Cop Con" assassin (Rick from Forensics) in Ep 7, and stuntman Kitch Legstrong in Ep 8.
  • By-the-Book Cop: The closest the show has to one.
  • Even the Girls Want Her: Chrysalis manages to attract the amorous attentions of the sexy "badge bunny", Quasar Daniels. Although it's mostly because Quasar has a cop fetish, gender be damned.
  • Gadgeteer Genius
  • Hollywood Nerd: Not quite as sexy, cute, or beautiful as Pizzaz Miller, but not ugly by any means. At least, not according to unwanted fan Skit Riback in Episode 7.
    • The only "unattractive" aspects of Chrysalis might be her slouch, her lack of hourglass shape, her small breasts, and possibly her glasses. Unless, you're into that sort of look, which Rad fumblingly hinted to Chrysalis when they were alone in Episode 10, asking if he could make out with her.
  • Hypercompetent Sidekick
  • I Just Want to Be Badass
  • Morality Pet: Can be considered one to Dazzle, Pizzaz, and Rad, in that she's consistently the one they tend to have Pet the Dog moments with, and vice versa.
  • Nice Girl: Is by far the friendliest and most agreeable member of the main cast.
  • Not So Above It All: Having previously expressed concern at the idea of obligatory child-raves, at the end of the second episode she shows up at another rave stoned to the gills on some kind of party drug.
  • Only Sane Man: Whenever she has the Sanity Ball.
  • Police are Useless: Averted. She definitely more focused on her job then either Dazzle or Rad.
  • Sanity Slippage: Often has to stoop to Dazzle's level to get the job done or at least get by in her chaotic workplace.
  • Token Good Teammate
  • "Well Done, Son!" Guy: Subverted. As much as she'd like her father's approval, she's also aware that he's become a bit mentally unbalanced and is more worried about making sure he doesn't hurt himself.

     Rad Cunningham 

Radward Cunningham Born: Gregory Manning
Voiced by: Will Forte

Dazzle's envious Canadian rival/teammate, and the second best cop in Moonbeam City.

  • Abusive Parents: Is the only main character who parents were knowingly abusive to him. It is revealed in the first season finale that the Cunninghams kidnapped him from his loving, biological mother and father, the Mannings, and is conceivable that he could be as capable and confident as Dazzle or Chrysalis if he had been raised by his biological family.
  • Badass Driver
  • Big Beautiful Man: While it's not noticeable under his suit, Rad has a sizable gut. That said, he still has a chiseled and handsome face.
  • Butt-Monkey: Although his misfortune is mostly deserved.
  • Canada, Eh?: Rad is originally from Canada and in "The Legend of Circuit Lake", Dazzle finds old footage of a young Rad on a Barney-ish Canadian kids show called Jolly Closet - much to Rad's embarrassment. The show is full of Canadian stereotypes; such as children in hockey jerseys and maple leaf motifs. In the season finale, the Cunninghams are also shown to have incredibly thick Canadian accents.
    Rad:Let me oot! I'm scared.
    Host:Oh jeez, we better go to commercial break, eh?
  • Camp Straight: Has a few Camp Gay mannerisms and early on professes a rejection of doing anything with women ("I do *everything* alone, and *not* with girls."). However, he dates the voluptuous wind dancer Odyssey, gets aroused at the prospect of watching soft-core heterosexual and lesbian pornography in a hotel room, and (while trapped in virtual reality) falls in love with and has sex with a virtual woman.
    • In Episode 10, he reveals to Chrysalis that he is attracted to her, and suggests that they "make out a little, with tongue" after she offers to help him solve his family predicament. Not surprisingly, she declines. See "Strictly Professional Relationship".
  • Dirty Coward: This ends up being his downfall in "Lights! Camera! Reenactment!", and he cowers and vomits in fear while the cops are exploring the Moonbeam Maniac's lair in "The Strike Visualizer Strikes Again". The latter leads to this little moment after the killer threatens to destroy the city:
    Pizzaz: What's the plan?
    Rad: Plan?! The plan is to trample anything that moves in our frenzy to get out of the city! I'll push over children. Pizzaz, you take the elderly and infirmned.
  • Evil Is Petty: Will do anything just to screw with Dazzle. Usually backfires.
  • Fan Disservice: During Episode 8, he reveals to Pizzaz that he's been taking supplements to make his spine more flexible, so he can suck his own dick.
    • Also, any time he's out of his jumpsuit. See "Fat Idiot" below.
  • Fat Idiot: His suit hides it, but Rad is both out of shape and overweight.
  • Happily Adopted: OH SO AVERTED!! The criminal Cunninghams stole him from his loving biological family (billionaire computer company founders) and changed his name from Gregory Manning to Radward "Rad" Cunningham.
  • Heel–Face Door-Slam: He thought he had the chance make amends with Dazzle, and was admitting that he's always respected him, before it turned out Dazzle was trolling him. Dazzle: "Think fast, crap-bag!" (*face smack, shoulder throw*)
  • I Just Want to Be Special: He dreams of being a "man everyone is jealous of."
  • Manchild: Especially apparent in Episode 3, "The Strike Visualizer Strikes Back", and in Episode 7, "Cop Con". Later learned to be due to horrendous upbringing.
  • Marriage of Convenience: To his own adopted sister, Talc, in Episode 10. It's a sham marriage (of course).
  • Meaningful Rename: To "Rad Manning" at the end of Ep 10, keeping his first name but changing his last name back to his original family name to dissociate himself from the criminal Cunninghams, and possibly to help reclaim his family inheritance.
    Rad: I'm not a Cunningham! From now on, I'm Rad Manning!
    Quench:So you're keepin' the first name?
    Rad: Yeah, well, I'm so used to it, and it's on the suit already. It's hard to alter these things.
    Glam: What, you're too pussy to change the whole thing?
    Rad: You shut up! I am Officer Rad Manning, and you're under arrest!
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The red to Dazzle's blue.
  • Skunk Stripe: Has a blue streak on the left side of his hair. Inherited from his biological father, the founder of 'Flamingo Computers'.
  • Paper Tiger: Far less cool and competent than he looks.
  • Police are Useless: Even more so than Dazzle.
  • Professional Butt-Kisser: Subverted. He'll disobey Pizzaz just like Dazzle, but he's willing to actually cooperate with her and follow her orders if it means pissing Dazzle off.
  • Psychopathic Manchild: Dazzle is irresponsible and egotistical, but Rad is downright insane and childish when it comes to showing up his rival. Chrysalis actually weaponizes this to help capture Von Groff in the third episode.
  • The Rival: To Dazzle for position of best cop on the force. This is something of an Informed Ability, as while he and Dazzle are very antagonistic to each other, neither of them seems particularly interested in outdoing each other in police work, or doing any police work at all for that matter.
  • Took a Level in Dumbass: Between the pilot, where Rad is both menacing and competent, and the rest of the series. Depending on the order in which the episodes are watched, Rad's pathetic and desperate behavior either fluctuates wildly (order aired), or steadily increases (order produced).
  • White Sheep: Rad might be a whiny jerk and a Manchild (especially one prone to acts of insanity), but he's a saint compared to the con-artists who raised him.


Other Characters


A beautiful wind chime singer who escaped from a country run by the tyrannical Shah. Dazzle meets her in the first episode and becomes her manager after falling in love with her.

  • Dreadful Musician: Averted. Despite how ridiculous her lyrics are, she's got a very beautiful voice.
  • Man on Fire: During the big fight at the end of the first episode, her hair is set on fire. Fortunately she manages to put it out before it does any real damage by jumping in the nearby fountain.
  • Nice Girl: Is one of the nicer and more innocent of the girls Dazzle has sex with in the show. At first you'd think she's just using him to help further her career, but she's legitimately surprised, happy and enamored by the lengths Dazzle goes for her. Unfortunately, he doesn't love her enough to marry her.
  • Not So Harmless: She gets in a vicious cat fight with the singer Rad replaced her with as payback for handcuffing her to a radiator.
  • Put on a Bus: The minute Dazzle finds out the only way to keep her in America is by marrying her, she's last seen stuck on a boat heading back to her old country.
  • The Unpronouncable: She's got no idea how to say her name, on account of the Shah of her homeland would cut off a woman's elbows if she ever spoke her own name.
  • Word Salad Lyrics: She says she wants to sing about "Prisms and coyotes getting married to ghosts."

     Nocturne Von Groff 

A "Strike Visualizer" artist, which means he focuses solely on creating the cartoons shown at bowling alleys. His work is considered high grade art in Moonbeam City, and Dazzle is a huge fan of him. Unfortunately for Dazzle, Von Groff is also an insane and self admitted serial killer, the "Moonbeam Maniac."

  • Card-Carrying Villain: He freely admits to Dazzle he's not innocent and kills two cops to prove it. Dazzle still thinks he's not guilty.
  • Karmic Death: His head is crushed by a bowling ball.
  • Mad Artist: It shows in his "strike visualizations" as they progressively become violent and bloody, even if they do involve just bowling balls and pins.

     Quasar Daniels 

The lovely Quasar Daniels is a self-admitted "Badge Bunny," meaning she has a fetish for police officers. Dazzle has slept with her a few times and they're on friendly terms with one another.

  • Bi the Way: She's implied to have gotten intimate with Chrysalis, since her fetish is for police officers with gender having no bearing on the matter.
  • Killed Off for Real: By Von Groff.
  • Really Gets Around: As Dazzle reveals.
  • Stuffed in the Fridge: Has her neck slashed open by Von Groff in front of Dazzle. What's worse is that she was pleading for Dazzle to save her, but he was too blinded by his obsession with Von Groff to make a move.
  • Woman in White: Wears a beautiful white dress.

     Commodore Vector Azimuth Miller 

The Moonbeam City Laser Baron and the city's founder. He made his fortune mining lasers, but in his twilight years he gave control of the company to his four evil daughters and they ran it into the ground. Pizzaz is the one child he's actually proud of.

  • Cool Old Guy: He got rich mining lasers.
  • Good Parents: He's one of the few decent parents in the show, whose only shortcoming is him being browbeaten by Panache and the other three older Millers.
  • Honest Corporate Executive: He ran the mining business decently, and Moonbeam City was considered a gleaming metropolis when he was in charge. Then Pizzaz's sisters got their hands on the business and everything went to hell.
  • Literally Shattered Lives: Pizzaz trips and accidentally knocks her father down, causing him to shatter into pieces due to the cryogenic freezing. Surprisingly, the shattering doesn't kill him, but the melting does.
  • Parental Favoritism: He openly favors Pizzaz above her sisters, and with good reason. Pizzaz is the only one who actually cares about him, not his money. He's all too aware of how horrible Pizzaz's sisters are, and even he calls them vicious bitches.
  • So Proud of You: Says this to Pizzaz even after she accidentally shatters him, leaving her his entire fortune... which unfortunately gets stolen by Panache and then destroyed.

     The Miller Sisters 

Pizzaz's older sisters, Panache, Charisma, Sophistica and Accoutrement Miller. Four greedy and abusive bitches whose squandering of the family's laser company turned Moonbeam City into the criminally overrun cesspool it is today.

  • Artificial Limbs: Charisma's metal arm.
  • Badass Boast: Accoutrement.
    Pizzaz: My God! You're using steroids to enhance your slapping arm!
    Accoutrement: That's right! The days of Accoutrement Panorama Miller being outslapped are OVER!
  • The Brute: Accoutrement Miller is the most physical of the five sisters. When Pizzaz and Panache start fighting each other, she smacks Charisma unprovoked.
  • Big Sister Bullies: While Dazzle was originally attracted to Panache hating Pizzaz, he quickly changed his tune when he saw just how awful she, and the other three, really are when he walked in on Pizzaz getting verbally ripped apart. As a whole, the older Miller women harass their younger sister for no particular reason other than she's Daddy's favorite and it alleviates boredom.
    Panache: This has grown tedious. Why don't we all gang up on Pizzaz for a while? You little slut!
    Sophistica: What a filthy little bug of a woman.
    Accoutrement: You will get nothing!
    Charisma: Who do you think you are?!
    Accoutrement: NOTHING!
    Commodore Miller: These bitches are vicious!
  • Butt-Monkey: Sophistica Miller gets the worst treatment besides Pizzaz. When the four sisters are fighting each other, she gets smacked around the most and doesn't have the advantages Charisma and Accoutrement do.
  • Cain and Abel: All four of them count as Cain, either individually or as a whole, to Pizzaz being the Abel. When they have to argue about who deserves the family fortune, Panache suggests they gang up on Pizzaz for no reason other than things were getting boring.
  • Domestic Abuse: The sisters with husbands treat them like crap, keeping them in line with threats of physical and verbal abuse. And as a marriage requirement their husbands have all been castrated.
  • Even Evil Has Standards:
    • Sophistica's the only one besides Pizzaz who appears genuinely horrified by Accoutrement's hulking right arm, but only exclaims "Cheater" when she discovers Charisma's metal one.
    • It looks as though, despite how hungry they were for their father's money, they didn't want him dead and are all shocked and terrified when Pizzaz accidentally shatters them. Of course, this gets subverted as well when all their attention goes straight to their father's records (the bulk of his money) once they're revealed.
  • Fat Bastard: Accoutrement.
  • Handicapped Badass: Charisma surgically replaced her right arm with an "aerodynamic mechanical blade" to give herself an edge over her family.
  • Hypocrite: Panache really enjoys calling Pizzaz a slut, even though she had sex with Dazzle in a kitchen cabinet and was planning to screw with him somewhere in the police department.
  • In the Blood: They're each capable of performing the "blinds effect" that Pizzaz can do, though they each have a different lighting effect. Panache has vertical lines, Charisma has a single stripe of light across her eyes, Sophistica a diamond spotlight, and Accoutrement a clover effect.
  • It's All About Me: Each of them would gladly beat the other senseless if it meant they could get the rest of their dad's fortune. One particular scene makes it very clear how little they care about anyone but themselves:
    Panache: That's no reason to interrupt me, Accoutrement.
  • Never Found the Body: Panache is right next to the laser amulet as it blows up the yacht, but while we're shown the explosion, we don't receive any confirmation that she's dead.
  • Rich Bitch: All four of them blew through their father's money and squandered his company on personal gratification. When the company ran dry, they started overseeing fraudulent charities in an effort to butter up their dad to get his remaining money. Sophistica runs "Luncheons for Causes," dedicated to raising money for "Cause-related luncheons," and Charisma is head of "Gala Awareness," which raises awareness of charitable galas.
  • Slut-Shaming: Panache and the others enjoy calling Pizzaz a slut and a whore, and also like telling her to cross her legs.
    Panache: Sit on the ground and cross your legs, you little slut!
  • Soft-Spoken Sadist: Sophistica verbally abuses Pizzaz just as much as the others, yet doesn't curse or call her a slut either.
  • Stay in the Kitchen: When Dazzle walks in on Pizzaz being verbally ripped apart by her sisters, Panache orders him to get back in the kitchen with the Miller husbands. As a whole, being married to a Miller woman means you're not allowed to work and are only given hobbies to keep you busy.
  • Stout Strength: Accoutrement's been pumping steroids into her "slapping arm," making it huge and muscular compared to the rest of her body.
  • Unusual Euphemism: It seems to run in the family. They tend to use some rather odd sayings.
    • When Panache and Pizzaz meet for the first time in years.
      Panache: Poor, poor, pitiful Pizzaz. I too had hoped we'd never see each other again, but sometimes fate throws a peanut in your lemonade now don't it?
    • When Charisma walks in on Pizzaz and their father.
      Charisma: I certainly hope you haven't come back to dip your candle in the pepper pot, little sister.

     Razzle Novak 
voiced by Adam West

Dazzle's stuntman father

  • Abusive Parents: He's definitely not as bad as Pizzaz's sisters and Rad's family, but he hasn't been the greatest father to Dazzle, even outright disowning him after he failed to do a dangerous car stunt. He has since mellowed out and willingly reconnected with Dazzle before he died.

     The Cunninghams 

Rad's "adopted" family of con artists, comprised of patriarch Quench, matriarch Glam and daughter Talc. They kidnapped Rad (whose real name is Gregory Manning) from his wealthy, loving biological parents and "raised" (i.e. abused) him.]


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