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    Bones 

Bones

A skeleton and the main character in ricesnot's videos.


  • Berserk Button: Bones does not take kindly to those who rip off "Rattle Me Bones." And whatever you do, don't use "rattle [their] bones" as a sexual slur.
  • Clingy Jealous Guy: Any time Therapist tries to do some kind of venture without Bones, he'll generally do anything just to be with him again. This goes up to sneaking inside luggage, crashing a plane, and sabotaging a therapy convention.
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: He's broken Therapist out of jail. Twice.
  • Hidden Depths: Surprisingly good at ballet dancing.
  • Cloud Cuckoo Lander: Many of Bone's crazy adventures are initiated on his own whims.
  • Manchild: When given a settlement after a plaigarism lawsuit, he immediately wastes it on a statue and building the world's longest rollercoaster.
  • Straight Man and Wise Guy: Plays the Wise Guy to Therapist's Straight Man.
  • The Chessmaster: Manages to play Therapist like a fiddle just so he could break him out of jail (the first time).
  • The Insomniac: He wonders what restful sleep would feel like.

    Therapist 

Therapist

Bone's therapist who joins Bones in his adventures.


  • Badass Normal: Despite not being a skeleton, a robot, or an alien, he's still an exceptionally good fighter.
  • Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep": He's referred to as Therapist.
  • Not So Above It All: While on most days he comes off as a Straight Man to Bones, on Halloween he's got an especially violent grudge against costumed children.
  • Megaton Punch: Clobbers the leader of an 80's themed terrorist cell into orbit in "Bones gets Extreme".
  • Rapid-Fire Fisticuffs: Pummels the absolute stuffing out of a kid on Halloween.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Therapist is known to attack children dressed as fake skeletons on Halloween.
  • Walking Armory: Downplayed. While he doesn't carry much firepower on his person, he does own an impressive set of weapons at home, including a flamethrower, light machine gun, and shotgun.
  • Flanderization: On the Halloween specials, his willingness to harm children has steadily escalated, from warning shots with his shotgun to being willing to immolate them with a flamethrower. Slightly Justified, however, since the kids have been escalating their violence too, primarily via kidnapping, hacking, and deliberately spreading disease.
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    Shrugging Guy 

Shrugging Guy

A guy who shrugs.


  • No Name Given: He's just a shrugging guy.
  • Recurring Extra: Typically plays a very minor role, wiether it's getting maimed, providing the mystery, or both.
  • Butt-Monkey: When someone needs maiming for a joke, it usually falls on him, whether it's being locked in jail, losing his skin, or being blown up by a landmine.

    Galrog 

Galrog

An alien who likes probing butts.


  • Anal Probing: Galrog's plans revolve entirely around this.
  • Aliens Steal Cattle: Introduced by him abducting Bones, Therapist, and a cow.
  • Fling a Light into the Future: Was sent forward in time to find a cure for the disease that wiped out his kind.
  • Last of His Kind: It's revealed in "Taint No Issue" that Galrog is the last of his kind, due to a disease that wiped out most of his race. He only survived by being sent into the future to find a cure. Thanks to Therapist finding a cure via time shenanigans, it's averted, but he still hangs around in the future to probe butts.

    Winebot 

Winebot

Galrog's long-suffering sidekick.


  • Beleaguered Assistant: Generally puts up with Galrog's insistence on probing butts and strange plots.
  • Beware the Silly Ones: Downplayed. Despite being a comical, non-serious assistant, he's outright scary when drunk, and intimidates Bones into buying him a drink (at least, in the Show Within a Show ).
  • Friendly Enemy: He briefly joins Bones and Therapist's boy band in "Banishing of a Bot".
  • The Alcoholic: Winebot drinks a lot of wine, presumably to put up with Galrog.
  • Trademark Favorite Drink: Wine. Most other alcoholic drinks don't appeal much to him.


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