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The main character of "Sharp Talk".
  • Adaptational Villainy: In the original Shark Tale, Oscar only ended up subduing Don Lino. In "Sharp Talk", he ends up using Project Insight to slay all of the sharks in the world, and when it came to the aforementioned Don Lino moment, he showed him no mercy, leaving him to starve and die.
  • Big Bad: He has officially become the main villain after the events of Sharp Talk.
  • The Cameo: Appears at least once in subsequent videos from "Sharp Talk".
    • "Scrooge McDank Plots to Assassinate Mark Zuckerbeak": After Glomgold issues an order to get the sharks prepared for his plan to kill Mark Beaks, it is revealed Oscar and Sykes is listening into this conversation. Sykes asks Oscar if he should give the order. Oscar disagrees, remarking that he has his own plan...
    • "Snow Miser Comes Down to South Park": Mrs Claus calls him for help against Heat Miser. He obliges by using the Death Star, and a well-placed pillar, to end him. He then takes control of Heat Miser's kingdom, and makes it snow in South Park.
    • "Spingebill Awakens a Very Steamed Clam": That aforementioned plan reveals itself to be framing Glomgold for stealing the Clam's pearl and having him crucified. He then remembers Glomgold's last shark and has it burnt to death, effectively rendering the shark species extinct.
    • "Arthur Loses His Cool After Matt Damon Insults His Rapping Career": During the Arthur theme song, when Mr. Ratburn appears in the swimming pool, Oscar mistakes his snout for a shark fin and blows him, along with the entire pool, to smithereens.
    • "Chowder's Knishmas Katastrophe": He destroys Mung Dahl's Schmingerbread House with a missle after Mung admits that he helped direct the Shark Tale movie and credits it as his second greatest shame.
  • Oh, Crap!: When the seahorse Oscar bets on trips and loses the race.
  • Protagonist Journey to Villain: What "Sharp Talk" was revealed to be, as seen with the shark genocide, and alienation of Angie and his biological father.
  • Rags to Riches: While not extremely poor, he was only working at a car wash. By the end of "Sharp Talk", his massacre of the sharks ends up elevating him to fame and glory, and even scores him a coveted position: Governor of Reef City.

Oscar's boss in the Car Wash.
  • Bad People Abuse Animals: The climax of "SpingeBill Jams Some Juicy Jellies" reveals that Sykes is the main overseer of jelly production which subjects jellyfish to abusive working conditions.
  • The Dragon: He serves as Oscar's right hand fish once Oscar begins his spiral descent as a power hungry governor.
  • Frame-Up: In "Spingebill Awakens a Very Steamed Clam", he plays witness to Glomgold's "oyster theft" by revealing a note by Glomgold detailing this robbery.
  • Parental Substitute: He becomes one to Oscar at the end of "Sharp Talk".

A duck who is the rival of Scrooge McDuck.

A giant turtle from Moana who's obsessed with all things shiny.
  • Ambition Is Evil: Based on his Villain Song in The Stinger of the Incrediboiiiis, he intends to dispose of Oscar to conquer the ocean for himself.
  • Author Appeal: Schaffrillas considers him to be one of the greatest characters to exist and often includes him in many of his videos.
  • The Dog Was the Mastermind: When he appeared on the Incrediboiiiis poop, he was set up as the Butt-Monkey babysitter called by Violet to watch over Jack Jack. The final scenes reveal that he orchestrated the events of the story by creating a robot Syndrome to distract the Incredible family while he stole away their baby.
  • Evil Genius: He's heavily implied to have some expertise in robot engineering considering that he was able to create a fully functioning Syndrome android.
  • Hero Killer: At the end of the poop, he successfully kills off the Incredibles with a nuclear bomb.
  • Noodle Implements: Despite being the mastermind of the Incrediboiiiis poop, it's never explained how he learned of Jack Jack's powers or how he knew of Syndrome's identity as Mr. Incredible's estranged son.
  • Series Mascot: He serves this alongside Matt Damon from Arthur.
  • Parental Substitute: After killing off his family, he takes Jack Jack as his new son. The baby doesn't seem fazed at all by this turn of events.

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