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Spy Fox

Debut: Dry Cereal

Top agent of SPY Corp, Spy Fox always goes out of his way to help save the world from evil.

Monkey Penny

Debut: Dry Cereal

Fox's partner who is stationed at the Spy Corps Mobile Command Center.

  • Ambiguously Simian: The end credits have her showing off many Inspector Gadget-esq gadgets that appear to be part of her body.
  • Big Good: Is the leader of her division of Spy Corps.
  • Cheated Angle: Her hair only goes in one direction, even in front view.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Gives Spy Fox a run for his money in this regard.
  • Expy: Of Miss Moneypenny from the Bond films.
  • Fanservice Pack: Her figure becomes noticeably more voluptuous with each game.
  • Hartman Hips: When we see her lower half in Operation: Ozone, we see she has highly curvaceous hips.
  • Parent Service: She is a very attractive monkey woman.
  • Shameless Fanservice Girl: A family-friendly example. In the end credits for Operation: Ozone, she strikes many flattering poses for the viewer.
  • Spy Catsuit: Wears one that highlights her figure.
  • They Call Me MISTER Tibbs!: She goes by her full name, and doesn't like being called "Monkey". She does, sometimes, go by "Penny".
  • Tomboyish Voice: In the original versions of the games.
  • Took a Level in Badass: Manages to defeat the bad guy and save Spy Fox in the final scene of Operation: Ozone.

Professor Quack

Debut: Dry Cereal

Inventor of Spy Corp's gadgets

    Dry Cereal 

Captain James T. Drydock

A raccoon and captain of the S.S. Winaprize. He lost his lucky charm after losing a game of Go Fish from Bigpig and couldn't go out to see after what happened.

He only appears in the White Water Path

  • Expy: He is based after James T. Kirk from the Star Trek series.
  • Eye-Obscuring Hat: He wears a captain's hat that blocks his view, but can still see.

Artemic J. Bigpig

Voiced by: Dex Manley (US), Paul Bandey (UK)

A pig who is normally seen in the cantina playing Go Fish. In the White Water path, he took Captain Drydock's lucky charm from winning, and you need to get it back in order to go into the sea.

  • Affably Evil: Aside from taking Drydock's charm, he is helpful with some of the dialogue you ask him.
  • The Computer Is a Cheating Bastard: Let's just say that when you get a new card, that is the exact card he'll ask for.
  • Happily Married: In Some Assembly Acquired, one of the trophies stated that he and his wife won the 1996 Bigpig Biathlon for playing go fish while skating.
  • The Gambler: He plays Go Fish for trinkets.
  • Nice Hat: He wears a fez.
  • No Celebrities Were Harmed: Artimice J Bigpig is heavily modeled after actor Sydney Greenstreet, and his voice actor even says "Gad!" like Greenstreet's character in The Maltese Falcon.
  • Oh, Crap!: If you're beating Big Pig, he'll slowly start to look more worried and eventually start sweating.
  • Sanity Meter: He reacts differently depending on the gameplay of Go Fish. If he has more cards stacked, he'll be jolly. If you have more, he'll sweat.
  • Small Role, Big Impact: Despite not appearing in later games, his role after Dry Cereal affected Bea Bear for changing jobs. According to her, he turned the cantina she used to work into a pachinko parlor.
  • Worthy Opponent: If you beat him and get Drydock's charm back, Bigpig admits that Fox has a great sense of playing Go Fish.
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    Some Assembly Required 

Doll and Lee

A pair of twin sheep scientists who are showing off their cloning machine at the food cloning exhibit.

They are essential for either path, as you need to clone the produce for Chef Dinah.

The Amazing Caped Cod

A superstitious daredevil who does stunts shows at the World's Fair. In either path, he is depressed because his lucky goggles are gone and couldn't see without them, or because no one like him anymore.

  • Disembodied Eyebrows: Has a pair of eyebrows not attached to his body.
  • The Eeyore: He starts out as this once you meet him, but gets better after you help him out.
  • Good Luck Charm: The Venus Flytrap path has him depressed because he needed his lucky goggles. While this is similar to Drydock's situational, his is more reasonable as he needs clear goggles.

    Antagonists 

William the Kid

Debut: Dry Cereal

A mogul who runs the evil dairy organization Nectar Of The Goats (NOG). He plans to kidnap all the cows and have goats become the source of dairy.

  • Berserk Button: Don't you EVER call him Billy. It's William.
  • Frame-Up: His scheme is to launch a milk missile at D.C., leaving the dairy cows he's captured holding the bag.
  • Gruesome Goat: He is a villainous goat.

Napoleon Le Roach

Debut: Some Assembly Required

The leader of the Society for Meaningless Evil, Larceny, Lying and Yelling (SMELLY), Le Roach wants revenge on the World's Fair for denying him entry to the Famous French Pastries of the Past exhibit because he was not tall enough to go through the turnstile. To achieve this, he constructed a giant Dogbot that would crush the World's Fair. Too bad the off switch and deactivation code have been removed...

  • Berserk Button: Being teased for his size and turnstiles.
  • Bond Villain Stupidity: If the player decides to talk to him again after escaping the Dogbot's mouth, Le Roach will just keep sending him back to the same Cardboard Prison as before, at worst mildly annoyed that he keeps escaping.
  • Creepy Cockroach: He is a villainous cockroach.
  • Just Between You and Me: He's so confident in his victory that the very first thing he does when he meets Spy Fox is explain his entire plan to him as well as everything he needs to do to stop it.

King Konglomerate

Debut: Hold the Mustard

A business tycoon who sells mustard, but gets furious when he sees ketchup gets more love. He decides to send his army of robots to stop the supplies of tomatoes.

  • Driven by Envy: He is furious that ketchup overshadows his beloved mustard, so he plots to get rid of tomatoes
  • Killer Gorilla: He is a villainous gorilla. Subverted in that he's actually a rodent piloting a robotic gorilla.
  • Mobile-Suit Human: He is revealed to be a rodent controlling a gorilla robot suit.
  • Punny Name: Figures that a tycoon gorilla would be named King Konglomerate.

Poodles Galore

Debut: Operation Ozone

Poodles Galore is the "queen of cosmetics" who plans to destroy the Ozone in order to promote her special sunscreen.

  • Bond Villain Stupidity: Once she captures Spy Fox, she doesn't put him in a holding system or anything more secure.
    • Her main plot may be one as well. She believes that people will be forced to buy her sunscreen if she destroys the ozone. What she doesn't realize is that she could potentially destroy the planet and kill all life on it by removing the ozone.
  • I Broke a Nail: How Monkey Penny defeats her.
  • Makeup Is Evil: She wears a thick layer of makeup and works in the cosmetics industry. Although what makes her especially evil is her determination to ruin other people's lives to benefit her own. In a flashback, she's shown breaking a competitor's compact mirror and later dumping a truckload of nail polish into a bay.
  • Narcissist: She believes that she's the most beautiful woman on the planet. In the bonus ending, she freaks out over one broken nail.
  • Removing the Rival: How she rose to the top of the cosmetics industry. In one cutscene, she jettisons two of her competition out into space. Monkey Penny even warns Spy Fox that she didn't get where she is now "using a lot of sugar and spice".
  • Terms of Endangerment: She refers to Spy Fox as "darling".
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Her fur is bright blue. According to her flashback, she had it since she was younger.
  • You Fool!: She reacts this way when Spy Fox drops the Congeal Pill into her aerosol solution, causing the can to explode.

Russian Blue

Debut: Dry Cereal

Russian Blue is a cat and an apparently wealthy entrepreneur who also happens to be a henchwoman-for-hire. Highly elusive, she uses her own business ventures to aid William the Kid in forwarding his plans and then strikes out on her own when Spy Fox spoils his scheme.

  • Cats Are Mean: She's in cahoots with William the Kid and is happy to provide her services for personal gain regardless of the damage his scheme will cause to the world. Played with however, as in person she maintains a charming, laidback exterior.
  • Corrupt Corporate Executive
  • Dancing Is Serious Business: She loves to tango; If she should ever hear tango music playing, she'll enter an almost trance-like state before scooping up a dance partner to complete the routine. Naturally, Spy Fox uses this to his advantage when the need arises.
  • I Need a Freaking Drink: This is how she is finally apprehended in Cheese Chase, as she swallows a stolen piece of cheese and is so overwhelmed by its aftertaste that she stops at a drive-in for a shake to wash it down. Unfortunately for her, Professor Quack was the one at the register, holding her up long enough for Spy Fox to cuff her.
  • Karma Houdini: Is an established career criminal and has escaped prosecution from the law many times before the events of Dry Cereal; after providing William the Kid what he needs to fulfill his plans, she promptly vanishes from the scene. Averted at the end of Cheese Chase when she is finally caught by Spy Fox assisted by Professor Quack.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: On top of her blue fur.

Dr. Morrie Arty

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Dr. Morrie Arty is a sinister pharmacist who was at one point the leader of the villain organization S.M.E.L.L.I.E. (which at that time meant Self-Managing Elegant Little League of International Evildoers).

Dr. Fu Manch Hugh

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Dr. Fu Manch Hugh is a Mad Scientist and a Chinese mystic who used to be the assistant of Dr. Morrie Arty, but eventually supplanted him as the head of the villain organization S.M.E.L.L.Y. (during his reign, it stood for Slightly Maniacal Evildoers and their Legion of Local Yokels). He started out as a lowly street cat in China, and eventually met an Alley Oracle who said that she sees the Pinwheel of Eternity in his future (she was a phony, but who cares). Ever since then, he became an adept of the esoteric way of the Scratching Post, convinced that it was his destiny to blow the Pinwheel (which can only be blown by the "true cat").

Baron von Bluefield

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Baron von Bluefield is a landowner and the leader of an unrecognized island nation somewhere not far from Canada who superseded Dr. Fu Manch Hugh as the boss of the villain organization S.M.E.L.L.Y. (standing for Scheming Masterminds Exhort Lowdown Laboring Yahoos). He will stop at nothing to make the world leaders admit him and his nation to the club, so he kidnaps a bunch of lemming hockey instructors who also take care of maple trees, threatening that there will be no more hockey and no more maple syrup unless his state is recognized.


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