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Voiced by: Logan Thirtyacre

The main star (at least until Bowser Junior appeared) of the show. He is one of the Only Sane Men on the show, and he currently has a girlfriend named Rosalina. And as of "Mario The Babysitter!", he reluctantly became Jeffy's Parental Substitute.

  • Abusive Dad: After he reluctantly becomes the Parental Substitute to Jeffy, he has tried to get rid of him in "Jeffy's Special Easter!" and "Where's Jeffy?", shot him with a Nerf gun saying "Die Jeffy!" in "Bowser Junior's Nerf War!", locked him in the bathroom and pretended not to hear him in "Jeffy's Cellphone!", hired the Loan Dolphin to kill Jeffy in "The Hitman!", punched Jeffy off the bed and onto the floor in "The New House!", admitted it'd be great if Jeffy died in "Jeffy's Flu Shot!", celebrated when he assumed that Jeffy died in "Smart Jeffy!" and beat him up after Jeffy cussed at him twice in "First Day Of School!". But when you have to deal with a child as ill-behaved as Jeffy, your patience would be worn thin very, very quickly, to the point that most fans side with Mario because of how hated Jeffy is.
  • Accidental Pervert: He was accused of being a rapist and a registered sex offender because he spanked Jeffy.
    Jeffy: What's a "spanking"?
    Mario: A spanking is when I hit you in the butt with my hand.
    Jeffy: In my butt?
    Rosalina: In the what?
    Mario: What?
    Rosalina: You said in the butt, with your hand.
    Mario: Yeah, but...
    Jeffy: You're gonna put your hand in my butt, faggot?
    Mario: WHAT? No!
    Rosalina: That's pretty gay, Mario...
  • Adaptational Wimp: You better believe it. A determined and chipper do-gooder who just so happened to be an everyman in the games, here, Mario's mostly just an everyman, and a neurotic, grievously unlucky one at that. His attempts to keep his unruly housemates and adopted son in check are generally ineffective, and he's pushed around by damn near everyone around him. By the time the main SML Movies' portrayal of Luigi makes an appearance in "Ghost Jeffy!", Luigi somehow manages to come off as less of a loser than his brother.
  • Adult Fear: Despite the fact he wants Jeffy out of his life, Mario does sometimes worry for Jeffy's safety, which almost gets close to missing Jeffy, such as risking his life to take Jeffy out of the sea out of fear that sharks could kill him, trying to stop Black Yoshi from killing him after the latter destroyed the former's Xbox One, and freaking out when he believed that Jeffy had sneaked out, opened the window of their room and fell to his death. He also cried out of grief after he assumed that Jeffy died from an anklet explosion.
  • All Men Are Perverts: Several examples:
    • In "Mario's New Girlfriend!", he admits to sleeping with Peach's thong.
    • And in "Happy Merry Christmas!", when Rosalina gives him his gift, Mario is hoping for nudes.
  • Berserk Button:
    • Jeffy's obnoxious behavior is a...very big button for him. Even more so than any of Mario's friends.
    • He's also driven to an almost Ax-Crazy state whenever he sees turtles.
    • And he really loses it whenever someone (especially Jeffy) poops anywhere but the toilet. Shrek learned it the hard way when he pooped on the couch
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Mario is one of the nicer characters in the series, but his patience with his friends has started to dwindle down after Jeffy was dumped on his doorstep.
  • Big, Thin, Short Trio: The Short to Jeffy's Big and Rosalina's Thin.
  • Butt-Monkey: Was mostly this until "Mario's New Girlfriend!". Reinstated starting from "Mario the Babysitter!".
  • Can't Live With Them, Can't Live Without Them: In "Jeffy's Parents!", after he finally gets rid of Jeffy, he has hard time getting used to the silence, after getting used to Jeffy bothering him with noises, he even starts playing with Jeffy's cat piano.
  • The Chew Toy: He becomes this after reluctantly taking care of Jeffy.
  • Child Hater: Downplayed. He doesn't hate all children; he just doesn't do too well with kids, as seen with Shrek Jr. and especially Jeffy.
  • Cosmic Plaything: Most episodes starring Jeffy are more or less Mario Torture Porns, including "Jeffy's Bad Word" and especially "Locked Out". The torture has been toned down after "Locked Out" due to backlash.
  • Demoted to Extra: Was originally the main star of the series before Junior's debut. And lately, since 2016, most episodes involving Mario are about Jeffy.
  • The Dog Bites Back:
    • He spanked Jeffy in "Jeffy's Bad Word!". However, this resulted in a Wham Shot and Mario's Cosmic Plaything status racing off the charts for the remainder of the episode.
    • In "The New House!", he pushes Jeffy off the bed when he won't stop jumping on it.
    • In "First Day of School!", Mario gave Jeffy a No-Holds-Barred Beatdown at the end of the episode after he cussed at him twice.
    • In "Happy Merry Christmas!", he locks Jeffy in the closet as punishment for opening all of the Christmas presents and lying to him about being a good boy. He also organizes all of the LEGO and Thomas the Tank Engine toys for Junior and refuses to give any to Jeffy.
    • In "Jeffy's Tantrum!", Mario decides to not buy Jeffy a $2.99 game on his iPad. This in turn causes Jeffy to go on a massive tirade by destroying both his couch and TV. Mario eventually has enough and begins to whip Jeffy several times with his belt, and he eventually sells his iPad to pay for all of the damage Jeffy has done.
    • After being taken advantage of by Black Yoshi so many times, he finally calls him out for stealing his ring that he was gonna use to propose to Rosalina and threatens to kick him out of the house unless he gets it back.
  • Dogged Nice Guy: Is often so afraid of hurting women's feelings that he ends up going with what they want.
  • Driven to Suicide: In pre-Rosalina episodes, Mario sometimes tries to kill himself due to going into depression for not having a girlfriend. This is the same thing during Jeffy episodes, where Mario contemplates killing himself multiple times so that he doesn't has to deal with Jeffy anymore. He actually does it at the end of "Jeffy's Homework!" when Goodman believed Jeffy's Insane Troll Logic regarding math.
  • Extreme Doormat: He often has trouble telling people "no", such as when he pays a homeless guy named Hansel to unclog his toilet and he just continues getting beer. Mario tells him he can't have beer, but he ends up caving when Hansel says that beer helps him work.
  • Failure Is the Only Option: If the episode centers around Jeffy, then whatever Mario does to deal with or get rid of Jeffy will be met with complete failure.
    • Also, any attempt to win back Peach or gain a new girlfriend, in the pre-Rosalina episodes.
    • In "The Ring", Mario tries to propose to Rosalina, only for Jeffy to throw the wedding ring and lose it and when Mario and Chef Pee Pee finally find it, the ring falls down the drain.
  • Fantastic Racism: In "Rosalina's Parents!", he displays a notable disliking of aliens.
    • He also has a psychotic loathing of turtles, likening them to Koopa Troopas.
  • Foolish Parent, Responsible Parent: The responsible one to Rosalina's foolish. Although Mario loves Rosalina, he sometimes gets annoyed with her when she defends Jeffy.
  • Heroic BSoD:
    • Several times in the Jeffy episodes where he's broken down to sobbing due to being unable to deal with his situation.
    • He suffers a really huge one in "Nintendo Switch" when Jeffy destroys the titular console. He even goes as far as screaming and yelling in a high voice.
    • He goes into another big one in "The Couch!" after he finds out that Shrek pooped on the couch. This gets to the point where Mario kicks Shrek out of the house.
  • Hypocrite: He has been known to chide Black Yoshi for doing anything illegal, yet he he also enlisted aid from the Loan Dolphin, tried to get Jeffy killed simply for annoying him and even slaughtered animals and so forth.
  • Hypocritical Humor: In "Jeffy's New Toy!", when he goes to Toys'R'Us to buy Jeffy a toy so he will shut up about seeing Ass Pounders 2, Jeffy tosses a toy of Bob the Minion on the floor. Mario scolds him for it, telling him he would have had to pay for the toy if it got broken. Mario then sees a toy of Baymax, decides he doesn't like it, and tosses it on the floor.
  • Idiot Ball: In the first Millionaire episode, he forgot what year Super Mario Bros. was released on the NES. He ends up using his 50-50 to eliminate the four choices to 1985 and 1942. He ends up guessing 1942.
  • Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain: Though not necessarily a villain, he is stuck with Jeffy no matter what he tries to do, and even if he does bite back at Jeffy, his attempts to do so fail. In the presence of Jeffy, Mario flanderizes into a Jerkass illegal guardian who works all his heart to do the right thing but fails in the end, while Rosalina is more caring towards Jeffy than Mario and calls him out in the moment that he abuses Jeffy in any way. It doesn't help that most Jeffy episodes are more or less Mario torture porns. This is taken Up to Eleven in "Jeffy's Bad Word!", where some fans genuinely felt sorry for Mario due to him getting constantly harshly tortured far over his Butt-Monkey status, to the point where he gets considered a registered sex offender and a felon, and has Rosalina tell him off. What Mario did to receive all of this was spank Jeffy for saying the word "faggot". The fact that everyone surrounding Mario was no more than idiotic and stupid contributed to the situation.
  • Irony: There is something oddly hilarious about a video game character claiming that video games cause violent behaviour in "Jeffy Plays Minecraft!".
  • Jerkass Ball: While nowhere 'near as bad as other characters (especially nowadays), Mario sometimes acts like a bigger jerk than usual.
    • In "Mario's Valentines Day Problem!", he tried to re-date Princess Peach by pretending Rosalina's gifts were for Peach. Thankfully, just in time, he realized that he was being an asshole and permanently dumped Peach to stay with Rosalina.
    • In earlier videos, he is seen bullying Toad ("Toad is cool") or sometimes flat out murdering him ("Toad's Mistake!" being the best example of this.) He still has some shades of it nowadays too, like in "Mario's Family Moves Out!", where Mario acts incredibly snobbish towards Chef Pee Pee when he offers him water. Still, he's not always like this and is easily the kindest out of the main characters.
  • Jerkass Realization: In "Mario's Valentines Day Problem!", he eventually realized how horrible Princess Peach really is and that Mario was a jerk for trying to re-date her.
  • Karma Houdini: For once, Mario gets away with both banning Minecraft and demonetizing a YouTube channel that was breaking stuff in "Jeffy Plays Minecraft!". While he does realize what he has done by the end of the video, there is no indication that he does anything about his actions (especially odd since this is one of the few times where a Humiliation Conga would be well-deserved).
  • Mistaken for Cheating:
    • The ending of "Jeffy's Cellphone!" has Jeffy calling a prostitute, telling her his name is Mario, and asking her to touch his "pee-pee" for five dollars. The prostitute shows up a few seconds later and tells Mario they talked on the phone, confusing Mario and Rosalina. After the prostitute tells Mario she's going to touch his "pee-pee" for five dollars, an angry Rosalina thinks he's cheating on her and beats Mario up.
    • In "The Ring", Rosalina briefly assumes that there's another woman in the kitchen of Mario's house, when Mario doesn't allow her to enter the kitchen.
  • Nice Guy: When he's not being annoyed by Jeffy or his housemates, he's a laid back guy who will help out his friends when they're in trouble.
  • Nice, Mean, and In-Between: The In-between to Rosalina's Nice and Jeffy's Mean. He is the Straight Man who disciplines Jeffy whenever he misbehaves.
  • Not So Different: While Mario is a much more loving parent than Nancy ever will be, he is guilty of the same stuff she does, such as beating Jeffy.
  • Nothing Left to Do but Die: At the end of "Jeffy's Homework!", he shoots himself with a revolver over "Jeffy's Law of Subtraction" and the Amusing Injuries and stress he got himself into while homeschooling Jeffy.
  • Odd Friendship: Is somehow friends with a stereotypical black thug dinosaur, an ogre that's obsessed with cheesecake and toilets, a cowboy obsessed with hunting shrimpos, and a Toad that is a rap star, while also dating a woman from space who is obsessed with stars.
  • Only Sane Man: One of the only characters who's not an idiot.
  • Parental Substitute: He reluctantly becomes this to Jeffy in all of Jeffy's appearances (excluding "Bowser Junior's Playtime 4", "Pokémon Part 6", "Bowser Junior's Game Night 4", and "The Dog Show!"), because Jeffy's real mother was too annoyed by him and didn't want to deal with him any further.
  • Pushover Parents: He always seems to cave into Jeffy's demands.
  • Rage Breaking Point: In "Jeffy Got Hypnotized", he got really pissed off when Jeffy throws the TV in the lake.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: He and Rosalina are the Blue to Jeffy's Red.
  • Running Gag: A lot of jokes are made about his lack of hair on top of his head.
  • Sibling Rivalry: He has one with Luigi in "Ghost Jeffy!", wherein he frequently calls him second-rate.
  • Stalker with a Crush: Mario's major flaw is that he is a creeper towards women, especially Princess Peach.Hell, he even used to sleep with her panties.
  • Straight Man: His funniest moments are when he's reacting to other characters.
  • They Killed Kenny Again: He has died multiple times, only to return without explanation in the next episode.
    • In "Black Yoshi April Fools", he is shot by Black Yoshi after pranking him.
    • In Episode 1 of Baby Shrek, Black Yoshi shoots him just over the latter warning him to keep his stuff away from Shrek Junior's reach.
    • In "The Warp Pipe!", he falls in a warp pipe and gets attacked by multiple enemies to his death, along with Junior.
    • In "Jeffy's Homework!", he shoots himself over "Jeffy's Law of Subtraction".
    • In "The Fishing Trip!", he gets eaten by a shark while trying to save Jeffy.
    • In "Jeffy's Favorite Song!", he gets eaten by a demonic bunny.
    • Mario and Jeffy likely died from the flu in "Jeffy's Flu Shot!", thanks to Bowser catching the flu on Jeffy, who in turn gave Mario the flu.
    • In "Loch Ness Monster!", his house gets nuked after the Loch Ness Monster is revealed to be real.
    • In "Jeffy's Taco Tuesday!", he is caught in an explosion after Jeffy throws his taco bombs on the couch.
  • Took a Level in Dumbass: Mario's time with Jeffy must have taken a toll on his intelligence. In "Jeffy's Lunch Money!" and "Jeffy Skips School!", he falls for the Jeffy disguises that Black Yoshi and Mr. Wilfred wear in those respective episodes - taken to ridiculous extremes in the latter as he assumes anyone wearing a shirt with Jeffy's name is his son and fails to recognize the real Jeffy shirtless. At the same time, though, the latter video also heavily implies that Mario isn't actually acting stupid, rather that he has a rare neurological condition called Prosopagnosia, which causes a person to be unable to recognize the faces of familiar people, meaning Mario has to rely on clothing to know who he's talking to. As an aside, this same logic can be applied to Bowser, who has fallen for Bowser Jr.'s Chef Pee Pee disguises on multiple occassions.
  • Took a Level in Jerkass: Having to take care of inconsiderate roommates like Shrek and Black Yoshi, having a wife who is unbelievably selfish and always assumes the worst of him, and being dumped a handicapped child like Jeffy, especially the latter, has taken quite the toll on Mario, and he's become far more irritable than he used to be.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: His Abusive Parents tendencies have faded almost entirely after the events of "Jeffy's Parents!".
  • Throw the Dog a Bone:
    • After years of being treated like a Butt-Monkey and complaining about having broken up with Peach, he finally gets a girlfriend in "Mario's New Girlfriend!".
    • At the end of "Jeffy Goes To The Zoo!", he becomes a (inter)national hero.
    • "Nintendo Switch" ends with him receiving a large amount of money after Jeffy's replacement Nintendo Switch inexplicably becomes popular.
  • Victory Is Boring: In "Jeffy's Parents!", after giving Jeffy back to his abusive mother Nancy, Mario was deep down starting to miss Jeffy along with playing with the cat piano since it was becoming quiet.
    Mario: This is kinda fun. Just a bunch of noises, but no noises! Just quiet time. Quiet Mario time. I can get to relax. Just in the quiet. (Beat) I mean, it is really quiet, but that's what I want. I want quiet. No noise. No Jeffy, or nobody.
    (Few seconds later, it's still quiet)
    Mario: Maybe I can watch some TV. Nah, no, quiet. Just quiet. By myself.
  • Villainy-Free Villain: In some episodes where he's portrayed as the antagonist, he just wants Jeffy to behave himself or otherwise leave him alone.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: Gets this from Rosalina several times, practically in "Jeffy's Cellphone!" when he locks Jeffy in the bathroom so he doesn't have to deal with him and in "Jeffy's Parents!" after Mario gives Jeffy back to his abusive mother.
    • In "The Couch!", Mario gets this from Black Yoshi of all people, and Rosalina to a lesser extent, when they find out he kicked Shrek out of the house, because Shrek accidentally pooped on the couch.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Mario helps Mama Luigi torture and murder Toad for touching Mama Luigi's nickle in "Toad's Mistake!". He doesn't show any restraint with Jeffy as well, sometimes beating him as punishment and he once pushed Jeffy off a hotel bed for jumping on it in "The New House!". He even tried (but ultimately failed) to have Jeffy killed by the Loan Dolphin for annoying him.
  • Wrongly Accused: He's been blamed on several occasions for the crimes committed by some of his housemates, especially Jeffy, who constantly and indirectly ends up creating a lot of news events that blame Mario for causing it, despite Mario being completely innocent.
  • Yank the Dog's Chain: He becomes miserable again after getting Jeffy. Mario has even suffered much deeper points of this thanks to Jeffy, particularly in "Jeffy's Bad Word!" and "Locked Out".
  • Your Cheating Heart:
    • He nearly plays it straight in "Mario's Valentines Day Problem!" before realizing that Peach is an irredeemable Jerk With A Heart Of Jerk and that he's better off with Rosalina.
    • Is accused of this in "Jeffy's Cellphone!" when Jeffy calls a prostitute while claiming he's Mario.
    • In "Jeffy's Teddy Bear!", he tries to have sex with a pencil that was his "girlfriend" in high school, despite being married to Rosalina.

Voiced by: Elaina Keyes
Mario's wife. She has an obsession for stars, but she is also a blonde ditz.
  • Adaptational Dumbass: Her canon protrayal as a graceful and helpful Big Good is certainly nowhere to be seen. Here, Rosalina is protrayed as a Dumb Blonde who constantly lets her emotions get the better of her, and is outright unhelpful to Mario in the worst of times.
  • Adaptation Relationship Overhaul: An friend and ally of Mario in the games, here, she's his girlfriend and eventual wife.
  • Adorkable: Is definitely this whenever the conversation turns to astronomy. Borders on this in "Mario's Valentine's Day Problem", in which she gushes excessively over a cheesy dog meme.
  • All-Loving Hero: Rosalina never holds a grudge against someone that Mario dislikes. She even treats Jeffy with motherly affection despite Jeffy's repugnant behavior, loves her adoptive parents and is on friendly terms with D-Money Senior.
  • Beauty Is Never Tarnished: Averted in "The Couch", where she poops on the couch after drinking expired milk.
  • Berserk Button: She flips out when she thinks Mario is cheating on her.
  • Betty and Veronica: The Betty to Peach's Veronica. Rosalina is more mellow while Peach is more abrasive.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: She's been shown to call out Mario when he abuses Jeffy in any way. And she loses it when she thinks Mario is cheating on her
  • Big, Thin, Short Trio: The Thin to Jeffy's Big and Mario's Short.
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: Despite her mostly healthy relationship/marriage with Mario and generally sweet disposition, thanks to Gallows Humor, Rosalina isn't immune to gripping the Jerkass Ball, especially if it concerns Jeffy in certain episodes.
  • Bound and Gagged: In "The Dead Body!" and "The Secret Door!".
  • Character Development: When she returned in "Jeffy's Switcheroo!", Rosalina does not defend Jeffy's behavior, instead telling him to listen to Mario. Clearly, Logan has been listening to the fans.
  • Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: Rosalina was absent for about two months at one point during early 2017, and hasn't appeared from "Jeffy Has Kids!" until "Jeffy's Switcheroo!", a span of literally half an entire year, due to her voice actress being in college. The former hiatus was lampshaded in "Jeffy Loses His Pencil!", before Jeffy cuts her off.
    Mario: So, where were you for like two months?
    Rosalina: Oh, I was just—
    • Following her reappearance in "Jeffy's Switcheroo!", she only appeared in two more episodes, "Jeffy's Summer School" and "Bowser's Mistake", all within summer 2018. After that she went right back into this trope and hasn't returned since. Her current hiatus has gone on so long, and she has had little to no mention, that fans believe that she has either divorced Mario, or been retconned out of existence due to Elaina's constant unavailability and Logan's apparent reluctance to simply have Chilly voice Rosalina and then explain the voice difference. It was later revealed in 2019 that Elaina quit the series outright due to college. However, it turns out that Elaina was kicked out of the house because of Chilly’s behavior. After Chilly got kicked out when she turned out to be a Gold Digger, Elaina moved back and Rosalina is here to stay.
  • Clingy Jealous Girl: She's quick to assume that Mario is seeing another woman, whenever Mario doesn't want her in his house. To be completely fair, he doesn't exactly explain why, which can make one suspicious. Mario finally called her out for this in "Jeffy's Online School!", and Rosalina admits she doesn't know why she always assumes the worst in him.
  • Demoted to Extra: She has been demoted in appearances during 2017, to the point where she ended up going into two hiatuses: one during February-April, and another one from July 2018 to December 2019. Following her reappearance however, she has become a series regular again.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: In "Jeffy's New Toy!", she subjects Mario to a cruel and nightmarish prank, just because he lied to her about a movie he made up.
    • In the same video, she's willing to break up with him just because she believes looking at porn constitutes cheating.
  • Dumbass No More: After Jeffy's debut, she shows far less ditzy traits than before, and often serves as the voice of reason for Mario. She still has moments of stupidity however.
  • Dumb Blonde: As of "The Pizza Delivery!", she is zigg-zagged as this.
  • Foolish Parent, Responsible Parent: The foolish parent to Mario's responsible. No matter how bad Jeffy behaves, Rosalina almost always defends him, labeling Mario an Abusive Parent.
  • Everyone Has Standards: Even she gets mad at Jeffy for his bad behavior in "Jeffy's Parents!".
  • Flanderization: In her first few appearances, she seemed to be addicted to seeing stars, and cries during the day when they're gone, but as of "The Pizza Delivery!" she became more of a stereotypical ditzy blonde afterwards.
  • Genius Ditz: She knows a whole lot about astronomy... except for anything involving the Earth itself.
  • Happily Adopted: By two aliens.
  • Hypocrite: She's vindictive towards Mario when she accuses him of cheating on her, even going so far as to terrify Mario with a prank just for accidentally watching porn through a spam link and lying out of fear in "Jeffy's New Toy!", but in "Shrek's Coma!", she admires Shrek's new body right in front of Mario and has a dinner date when he (understandably) breaks up with her because of this. Even worse, Mario apologizes to her but not the other way around and they're back in their relationship anyway after that.
  • I Need to Go Iron My Dog: After her actress had to go on a hiatus for half a year due to college, Rosalina excused her absence saying that she went out to get Mario some Chinese takeout and that the restaurant line was just REALLY long. Also she hit a red light. And a train. Many fans theorized she was actually cheating on Mario with other men, and lied because she knew he would probably kill her. In her return in "Doctor Jeffy", she stated that she was stuck at a stop sign for over a year because she thought that it had to turn green.
  • Informed Kindness: She was supposed to be portrayed as a kind, gentle person, but due to Logan's vrtually sadistic tendancy to abuse Mario for humor, she more recently has been acting like a major Jerkass to her husband, doing things like beating him up when a prostitute shows up at the door without giving him a chance to speak in "Jeffy's Cellphone!", smashing his plates against the wall for no reason in "Jeffy's Brain!", and threatening to break up with him for watching porn and scaring him shitless with a creepy doll prank since he lied about the movie he was watching earlier in "Jeffy's New Toy!".
  • Mama Bear: She is much more caring towards Jeffy than Mario is, and is quick to call Mario out whenever he abuses Jeffy in any way. However, in her latest appearances, she seemed to have dropped this.
  • Minor Flaw, Major Breakup:
    • She has almost broken up with Mario multiple times over several situations involving Jeffy. For example, Jeffy calling a prostitute in "Jeffy's Cellphone!", Mario spanking him in "Jeffy's Bad Word!", Mario letting his mother Nancy take Jeffy away, you name it. Though that last one is more understandable.
    • In "The Dead Body!", she nearly breaks up with him, just because Mario doesn't want her in his house at the moment, assuming Mario no longer wants to see her.
    • In "Jeffy's Online School", she nearly divorces Mario because she saw him viewing a live-cam of Bowser's mother stripping and thought he was cheating on her, even though he was appalled by what he saw.
  • Morality Pet: To Jeffy. Rosalina is the only person Jeffy will mostly listen to or take advice from, and he thankfully doesn't associate Rosalina with his own loveless, extremely abusive biological mother.
  • Nice Girl: She was nice to everyone in her earliest appearances, and is a lot more patient and caring around Jeffy than Mario.
  • Nice, Mean, and In-Between: The Nice to Jeffy's Mean and Mario's In-between. She treats Jeffy with respect and sticks up for him if Mario abuses him in any way.
  • Oblivious Adoption: By two aliens.
  • The Ophelia: As weird as she gets, Mario is still attracted to her.
  • Out-of-Character Moment: In "Drawing Jeffy!", she takes Mario's side and never once defends Jeffy like she usually does. Making this moment even more uncharacteristic is that she went back to refusing to punish Jeffy in later videos.
  • Prone to Tears: She's likely to break down crying easily when she accidentally does something that upsets or annoys Mario or when she gets offended about something.
  • Pushover Parents: While Mario at least makes an effort to keep Jeffy disciplined, Rosalina constantly defends Jeffy, makes excuses for his bad behavior, and accuses Mario of child abuse when he loses his temper at him or tries to punish him.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: She and Mario are the Blue to Jeffy's Red.
  • Ret-Gone: Mario is seen trying to have sex with a pencil in "Jeffy's Teddy Bear!", and Rosalina isn't mentioned once. This has led many fans to fear that she was retconned out of existence after Elaina left. This was proven false with her return in "Doctor Jeffy", where she explained that she was stuck at a stop sign for over a year.
  • Running Gag: Her obsession with stars. This mostly vanished later in the series.
  • Satellite Character: Though she has her own personality and there are some things established about her, she only appeares in videos alongside Jeffy and Mario, not having any meaningful relationships outside of being Mario's girlfriend and Jeffy's surrogate mother. She is also one of the few major characters to not have a A Day in the Limelight episode where she is the protagonist.
  • Sexless Marriage: A Running Gag is Mario not getting to have sex with her. Even after they have been married for years, it is implied he still has not slept with her. When Jeffy asks in a video if Rosalina was pregnant when she and Mario had a surprize for him, Rosalina stated "No, not him", prompting Mario to give her a dirty look.
  • Smart Ball: In Mario Sells Jeffy, she is the first character in the series to realize that Drawing Jeffy is not real Jeffy. Prior to this, nobody had ever been able to tell the difference. This includes her in previous episodes.
  • The Smurfette Principle: She's the only female main character.
  • Took a Level in Jerkass: As Jeffy got worse, she began to act more insensitive and unsympathetic to Mario, such as when Mario shows the videos of Jeffy misbehaving, she blames Mario for coming up with bad video ideas. While it was somewhat reversed after "Jeffy's Parents!", she'll still put her own needs or Jeffy before Mario sometimes and assume the worst in him.
  • Woman Child: She can be really immature at times, such as throwing a plate on the wall, just because she didn't want pizza. She also tends to follow Jeffy's example, thinking it was okay to throw the plate just because Jeffy does the same. It really makes you think where he gets the behavior from.

Voiced by: Lance Thirtyacre

Full Name: Jeffy Jeffy-François
Jeffy is a highly unintelligent kid who keeps putting stuff like pencils and crayons in his nose, and does everything to make Mario miserable enough to become Driven to Suicide.
  • Abusive Parents: Both Mario and Nancy seemed to have rubbed on him the wrong way, especially Nancy. In "The Baby Project!", he throws his child out the window, then throws it onto the road and gets it run over by a truck, electrocutes it, throws it at the wall when Junior gives it green beans, grinds it up in the garbage disposal, shoots it, and burns it alive on a barbecue just for crying. The last one even freaks out Junior. While the baby is just a doll and actually ends up winning his school assignment, and Junior was guilty of putting Cody's baby doll in the microwave for the same reason in "Bowser Junior's Playtime 5", the implications are still there.
  • Always a Bigger Fish: Junior is spoiled, Shrek is unhygenic, Tony the Tiger is stupid, and Black Yoshi sometimes humiliates Mario and ends up getting him on the news, but with perhaps the exception of Shrek, Jeffy manages to outdo all of them in their respective flaws.
  • Animal Motifs: Rabbits. He likes carrots, has buckteeth, acts harebrained, and has a bunny suit. His favorite song, Hop Hop, also features a rabbit.
  • Ascended Extra: He had a brief Chuck Cunningham Syndrome following his debut, then re-appeared in "Bowser Junior's Game Night 3" and started to ascend to main character position, in fact even replacing the roles of Shrek and Black Yoshi.
  • Big, Thin, Short Trio: The Big to Rosalina's Thin and Mario's Short.
  • Birthday Episode: He has one in "Jeffy's Birthday!", wherein he wants to spend his birthday at Disney World to meet Mickey Mouse. Because Mario can't afford to go to Disney World, he spends Jeffy's birthday at Chuck E. Cheese's, seeing as they also have a mouse for a mascot, hoping Jeffy won't know the difference. He really doesn't, being stupid enough to believe they're still going to Disney World.
  • Berserk Button:
    • Not getting his way.
    • Don't call him "bad", because he'll bang his head against the wall. This probably doubles as a Trauma Button given how horrible his real mother was to him.
    • He will fly into a rage at the mere sight of green beans.
    • Punishing him will result in a swearing rant.
    • Do not bully him at all. He will give you a mere ass beating.
    • Santa giving him coal for Christmas.
    • Shrinking his pencil will make him tell his father, Mario, on you.
  • Beware the Silly Ones: He's surprisingly dangerous for someone so ditzy and absent-minded. For example, whenever Bully Bill verbally taunts him, he responds with a No-Holds-Barred Beatdown.
  • Bully Hunter: Considering he constantly beats up Bully Bill, it's safe to assume that he's this.
  • Catch Phrase:
    • Is prone to asking, "Why?" whenever Mario tells him to do or not to do something.
    • Whenever Mario asks him something, he usually responds with "I don't even know". "Jeffy's Parents!" reveals it runs in the family.
    • In more recent episodes, he often asks "Why you do that?" in a deadpan manner, belying his actual intellect.
    • Starting in "Where's Jeffy?" he would sometimes ask "What doing?"
    • Starting with "Jeffy Loses His Teeth!", he gained a new catch phrase: "ARE YOU FUCKING HIGH?!" This was dropped after the Adpocalypse. He did use a variation in "Jeffy's Pet Tiger" however; "Hucking fie, replace the first letters of the words".
    • As of "Jeffy Breaks His Leg", he obtained a new catchphrase: "I dinni't have to." whenever he's being sassy, which he would say in the later SML videos uploaded on the SuperBowserLogan channel.
  • Character Tic: Slapping his diaper while making weird faces. In "Jeffy's Sister!", it is revealed that he and his sister, Feebee, talk to each other in morse code this way.
  • Characterization Marches On:
    • In his first few appearances, Jeffy was more of a normal mentally-challenged kid who simply annoyed Mario with no real bad intentions. Starting with "Jeffy's Bad Word!", he would become more aggresive and cruel, as many of the things he did were totally blamed on Mario unfairly, coming to a head when he locked Mario out. After this, Jeffy's character took a turn. He now seems to just be a ditz, but speaks coherently and intelligently, hardly says "Why?" anymore, and as of "Smart Jeffy", has become belligerent and foul-mouthed. His Karma Houdini tendencies also disappeared, as he has been disciplined in extreme yet satisfying ways, such as being locked in the bathroom alongside Junior with a clogged toilet, being made to face the wall for the rest of the 2016 Thanksgiving video because the fans wanted it, and even being beaten up by Mario after he cussed at him twice.
    • "Jeffy's Parents!" gave him serious development, as it revealed his mother is a chain-smoking prostitute who abuses Jeffy for being ugly and stupid, giving Jeffy a very good Freudian Excuse for his behavior. Although fans may have started finding that video meaningless as Jeffy hasn't changed at all despite promising to be good, since Jeffy's antics are one of the main reasons for his popularity.
    • As of 2020, Jeffy has displayed traits of a Genius Ditz and Took a Level in Kindness, readily helping Mario pay off his mortgage payments to Goodman, and coming up with genuinely-clever plans, such as when he and Junior stole a pair of underwear from Charleyyy, as well as solving a crime Mario was falsely accused of and getting him exonerated. He still displays moments of stupidity however.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Likely due to his stupidity, Jeffy has a history of very bizarre behavior.
  • Cluster F-Bomb: He tends to go on very loud, very eloquant swearing fits. He really started having these in late 2016, and in 2017, had a massive swearing fit in "Drawing Jeffy!", enough to make Blanc blush. Unfortunately, these swearing fits were one of the main reasons the channel is suffering its current demonetization crisis.
  • Cousin Oliver: He serves as the correct, spotlight-hogging, negative role for a character like him. Ba-dum-ching.
  • The Cuckoolander Was Right: More or less done with his math reasoning explained below. It is revealed that Goodman believes him, and even names it "Jeffy's Law of Subtraction". This causes Mario to shoot himself.
  • Disproportionate Retribution:
    • In "Jeffy's Mistake!", he destroyed Black Yoshi's Xbox One by tossing it out a three-story window after dying in a game of Grand Theft Auto. Needless to say, Black Yoshi did not take it well.
    • in "Locked Out", he locks Mario outside the house, just because he refused to give him chocolate cake.
  • Does Not Like Spam: "I don't like green beans!"
    • While he isn't seen actively hating them on the same level that he hates green beans, "Jeffy Gets Help!" reveals that Jeffy has a tic-tac allergy, which gives Jeffy a lot of emotional side effects ranging from anger issues, suicidal depression, and hallucinations that make him see people as wild animals. So yeah, it's safe to assume that (by the end of the video) Jeffy doesn't like them either.
    • Rosalina once suggested Mario feed Jeffy something other than green beans, but Mario flat-out refused. In fact, Mario seems hellbent on Jeffy eating them for no reason other than vaguely saying "they're good for him". Whether or not it's because Mario read that green beans are considered a superfood is not known.
  • The Ditz: And how. He can't comprehend the simplist of things and uses Insane Troll Logic like how 2+2=Baby 2.
  • Dumbass Has a Point: As dumb as he is, in "Jeffy's Parents!", Jeffy does have a point about his mother being mean and abusive, along with having a flashback on how his mom abandoned him via dropping him off.
  • Everyone Has Standards:
    • Despite being accountable for some of Mario's deaths, he was clearly horrified when he saw all the dead bodies in the secret room.
    • In "Jeffy's Sister Returns!", it's shown in the flashback that he was genuinely concerned for Feebee's safety after Nancy demanded her helmet and was distressed when she died.
  • Fish Eyes: To some extent. His left eye always looks upward and his right eye always looks to the right.
  • Four-Fingered Hands: Constantly lampshades that he has them. Apparently, he's missing the middle finger.
  • Freudian Excuse: "Jeffy's Parents!" reveals that Jeffy's mother is extremely abusive, which is a rather good excuse for why Jeffy tortured Mario so much. It's all he knows.
  • Gasshole: Is prone to letting out huge farts whenever he craps his pants, such as in "Jeffy Sleepwalks!".
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: As of "Jeffy Loses His Teeth!", he is set off rather easily, and whenever he gets angry he goes into a swearing tantrum.
  • Hates Baths: If "Jeffy's Bathtime!" is anything to go by.
  • Heel–Face Mole: Even after "Jeffy's Parents" when he promised to start behaving, he still remains a Jerkass since most videos show that Jeffy still misbehaves. Unlike Junior who performed a canon Heel–Face Turn after "Bowser Junior Goes To Military School!" and is more of a Jerk with a Heart of Gold, Jeffy is the only character who's a Jerkass that does not have any Jerk with a Heart of Gold moments, at least until 2020.
  • Heroic BSoD: Losing his pencil is enough to throw him into one.
  • Hidden Depths: Jeffy may be an idiot, but he's a talented artist. Though when you consider who his father is, it's not hard to see why.
    • While Jeffy always had his musical side, he's pretty bad at his cat piano. However "Jeffy The Rapper 2" shows that he is a surprisingly good saxophone player.
  • Historical In-Joke: In "Jeffy Goes To The Zoo!", his titular trip to the zoo leads to him indirectly causing the killing of Harambe.
  • Hypocrite: He punishes Jeffy Jr. for pretty much the exact same reasons that Mario punishes him for (even spanking his son... "Jeffy's Bad Word!" flashbacks, maybe). So he's not one to talk about bad behaviour.
  • Idiot Houdini / Karma Houdini: No matter how much he makes Mario miserable, he never seems to learn anything from it or have anything bad happen to him. In fact, he always gets away with it while Mario is left with very complete Laser-Guided Karma despite not doing anything, and most mistakes he does change the world in a way that Mario is Wrongly Accused for the same thing Jeffy did, including "Jeffy's Bad Word!", "Jeffy Goes To The Zoo!", and "Locked Out".
  • Idiot Savant: He had a difficult time fitting a star block into a square hole, yet was able to paint the Mona Lisa on an Easter egg, and make almost uncannily accurate chicken noises. He even said his ABC's backwards. And in "Pokémon Part 6", he somehow caught Cookie Monster in a Pokéball and taught it Thunderbolt.
  • Implausible Deniability: Jeffy completely denies that he's the culprit on purpose when it comes to his mistakes.
    • In "Jeffy Sleepwalks!", not only he blames his kitchen mess on Mario, but he also denies doing the mess in the living room, despite Mario having evidence of Jeffy making the mess via security cameras.
    • Whenever he throws something as a Running Gag, Jeffy almost always says it "slipped", despite Mario believing that he did it on purpose.
      • Taken Up to Eleven in the latter when he throws Mario's ring and it lands in Shrek's homemade cheesecake.
  • Insane Troll Logic: When it comes to math, Jeffy thinks 2 + 2 = 2 because it makes a baby 2, 8 - 4 = 8 because the four is taken away, and 0 + 0 = 2 because there are two zeroes who don't love each other. It even causes him to go into a swearing fit and suddenly become more eloquent and curse his diaper, helmet, and pencil, as well as several scientists while claiming that his answers are right. And by the end of the video, Goodman reveals that he believes in his subtraction reasoning, and it is even named "Jeffy's Law of Subtraction", leading the whole world into believing Jeffy as well.
    • Not only that, but in "The Test!", he believes alongside Junior that when dividing numbers, they have to see how many times one number physically fits inside the other, thus 9 ÷ 3 = 0 and 10 ÷ 2 = 1. He also thinks that 3 x 3 = 3,333.
  • Interspecies Romance: Not really a "species" per say, but Jeffy made love to and had kids with...A Cherrio box of all things in "Jeffy's Kids!"
  • Irony: He hates Nancy for hitting him and only bringing him back for his father's fortune, yet Mario hits him just as much and adopted him for the same reason. Though, to be fair, Mario does care about Jeffy to an extent and wasn't aware about the fortune until Brooklyn T. Guy brought it up.
  • Jerkass: He's a bratty kid who constantly swears and destroys things in the house when he doesn't get his way, and does things like locking Mario out of the house and getting him arrested and humiliated on TV just because he didn't give him chocolate cake.
    • Jerk With A Heart Of Jerk: Around the end of "Jeffy's Parents", he promises to start behaving, but every video afterwards has him still acting like a spoiled brat.
    • Jerk With A Heartof Gold: Downplayed, but there are some rare moments that show he is capable of some empathy and can actually do something nice for others, such as when he gave Hansel his bike out of sympathy.
  • Kiddie Kid: Is a teenager, yet plays with children's toys and acts like an unruly five-year-old. Not to mention, he still wears diapers.
  • Kind Hearted Simpleton: On some very rare occasions, his stupidity is actually well-intentioned rather than him being a spoiled brat. For example, breaking a camera because he thought Mario was trapped in it or deciding to share his Pokemon card with Junior by cutting it in half.
  • Laser-Guided Karma: Following the negative reception of "Locked Out", Jeffy has gotten his comeuppance in multiple ways:
    • In "Turkey Tyranny!", he was made to face the wall for the rest of the video after he threw his plate at the camera, with Mario downright stating it's "what the fans want".
    • In "Shrek The Babysitter!", he and Junior eat his cheesecake. Shrek returns the favor by locking them in the bathroom. With a clogged toilet.
    • In "Jeffy Loses His Teeth!", he gets just as much, if not more, abuse than Mario.
    • In "First Day Of School!", Jeffy cusses out Jackie Chu and flips his own desk for giving the class homework on the first day, and then cusses out Mario, who responds by beating him. It was loooooong overdue.
    • In "Happy Merry Christmas!", he gets locked in the closet for the entirety of the video after opening all the Christmas presents and pulling the "Locked Out" gambit on Santa.
    • In "The Love Potion!", he gets mauled by Britknee, after she turns into a dragon.
    • In "Jeffy's Tantrum!", Mario sells Jeffy's iPad to replace the couch that Jeffy previously destroyed, all because Mario refused to let Jeffy use his credit card to buy a game.
    • In "The Golden Egg!", he gets beaten up by Mario, Junior, Brooklyn T. Guy and Chef Pee Pee for wishing for the golden egg, after already finding it.
    • Karma really hits him hard in "Jeffy And The Beanstalk!". A huge beanstalk grows out of the ground as a result of Jeffy dumping out his plate of green beans in the backyard. He climbs it, meets the green bean giant, and downright exclaims his hatred of green beans right in his face. This prompts the giant to turn him into a talking green bean. Eventually, Jeffy comes clean to Mario and Rosalina. Finally he is forced to eat a whole heap of green beans, to his dismay, and then promises to eat them from then on out, though this has been rendered a Subverted Trope as several videos since then still show him refusing to do so.
  • Literal-Minded: In "Jeffy's Stupid Home Video!", after Mario loses the America's Stupidest Home Videos contest to a video of a baby playing with a vacuum cleaner, he tells Jeffy he lost 100,000 G's. Feeling bad for Mario, Jeffy gives him pieces of paper with letter G's printed all over them.
    • To put it simple, he brings a hot dog to a dog contest in "The Dog Show!".
    • In "First Day of School!", when he reads the second instruction, "Write your name on your desk", he writes it all over his desk instead of on his name tag. As a result, there are now permanent writings of Jeffy's name in black marker all over his own desk.
  • Manchild: Acts very childish for his age. For one thing, he likes bedtime stories.
  • Mike Nelson, Destroyer of Worlds: A very Meta example. Jeffy didn't destroy the world in particular, but instead, he not only caused the channel to degrade in quality and Logan himself to become money-greedy but also got the channel age-restricted.
  • Never Bareheaded: He's only been seen without his helmet at least three times. And each time, his hairstyle was different.
  • Never My Fault: Don't expect Jeffy to claim responsibility for his wrongdoings.
    • In "Jeffy's Bedtime!", he blames his pooping his pants on the (nonexistent) monster who lives under his bed.
    • In "Jeffy Sleepwalks!", he blames his sleepwalking and making a mess in the kitchen on Mario.
  • Nice, Mean, and In-Between: The Mean to Rosalina's Nice and Mario's In-between. He throws temper tantrums and generally annoys Mario.
  • Nose Shove: He has a pencil shoved up his nose. The reason why he shoved it in there is because he thought that's what his nostrils were for. In "Smart Jeffy", the pencil gets lodged in his brain thanks to Junior, suddenly making him smart.
  • Not Me This Time: In "Drawing Jeffy!", Mario blames Jeffy for the antics caused by the titular character, as he and Rosalina can't tell them apart.
  • Obfuscating Stupidity: Implied in "Jeffy's Homework!" and a few of the examples above, he insults the system of math and actually names off scientists while doing so, and when told by Mario to use phonics properly when he was saying "fwog", he stated that Mario knew what he was saying and to bring him the next card. He also called the tall guy in Green Eggs and Ham a liar, because he had only eaten the green eggs, but not the ham.
    • "Jeffy's Cellphone!" heavily implies he's actually pretty smart, and is acting stupid to make Mario miserable.
  • Parental Abandonment: His real parents left him for Mario to take care of, with a note saying for Mario to "babysit him", and have yet to return for him. Mario, who has become a Parental Substitute, also tried to do this to him twice, and failed.
  • Pet the Dog: There are a few moments that show he can actually do a good thing for someone else.
    • There's a few occasions where he'll willingly do what Mario tells him.
    • In the Puppet Pals videos, he occasionally saves Mario from floods and fire.
    • In "The Golden Egg!", he wishes to find the Golden Egg to give to Mario. Granted, he already found it and ended up wasting the wish, but it's worth noting he actually thought of Mario and genuinely wanted to give him the egg.
    • He also gave Hansel, a homeless man, his bike in Jeffy's Bike!" after feeling genuine pity for the man, whereas Mario kept insulting the guy.
    • In "Jeffy Gets Chicken Pox"!, it's revealed in the end that he gave his shirt to a chicken when he was outdoors so it wouldn't get cold. This caused Mario to think Jeffy turned into a chicken.
    • In "Jeffy's Bad Christmas", he saved Santa Claus from choking to death.
    • In "The Diamond!", he helped Mario stop The Robber.
    • In "Jeffy's Birthday Wish!", he wanted to use a birthday wish which stops everyone dying from the solar eclipse. Though Brooklyn ended up using the wish instead.
    • In "Jeffy Sneaks Out!", he stopped Drawing Jeffy from playing with a gun.
  • Potty Failure: He tends to soil his pants all the time, hence why he has to wear a diaper. However, because his diaper is taped over his pants, it stays clean while his pants get dirty. "Jeffy Gets Potty Trained!" focuses on Mario and Rosalina's unsuccessful attempts to potty-train him to prevent future accidents.
  • Reality Warper: Jeffy has defied the laws of physics and logic several times. In one case, Mario abandons him off the road to trick him into finding a golden egg, only for Jeffy to reappear shortly after with the egg. And in "Pokémon Part 6", one of his Pokémon is a Cookie Monster that knows Thunderbolt. And how else do you explain him being able to impregnate a Cheerios box (leading to the births of two miniature Cheerios boxes and one Half-Human Hybrid) in "Jeffy Has Kids!"?
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: He's the Red to Rosalina and Mario's Blue.
  • Repetitive Name: "Mario the Babysitter!" reveals that his full name is "Jeffy Jeffy".
  • Running Gag:
    • The most common running gag is him swearing and going into a tantrum.
    • Mario calling him a bad boy, only for Jeffy to cry and repeatedly hit an object nearby, forcing him to call Jeffy a good boy instead.
    • Jeffy pooping his pants.
    • Jeffy throwing something away and saying that it "slipped".
  • Sanity Ball: He's sometimes shown to have a sane side in a couple videos, especially when he swears.
  • Shoo Out the Clowns: Infamously in "The Secret Door!", when Does Bad Things Guy knocked him, Mario and Rosalina out, he was unconscious the whole time. He didn't wake up until after the real Brooklyn T. Guy rescued them.
  • Simpleton Voice: Has a deep and lispy voice to portray how dumb he is.
  • Sir Swears-a-Lot: Since "Smart Jeffy", it has become a recurring thing for Jeffy to shout multiple swear words per sentence almost every time he gets pissed, and even Junior cannot stand up to his position in terms of swearing. Although as of the 2017 YouTube Adpocalypse, his swearing traits have been diminished completely. Justified since his mother was also a pottymouth.
  • Sleepwalking: In "Jeffy Sleepwalks!", he sleepwalks twice, making a mess each time. Subverted, as he admits that he had been trying to see what he can do with his eyes closed.
  • Spoiled Brat: Even more so than Junior. Jeffy always refuses to do and/or eat anything Mario tells him to, and Mario and Rosalina often cave into his demands. One example might be "Locked Out", in where Jeffy demanded and cried for chocolate cake, and locked Mario out of the house so he could hog Mario's chocolate cake.
  • Suspiciously Similar Substitute: According to Logan, Jeffy was a replacement for Tony the Tiger since Lance could no longer do the voice.
  • The Sociopath: He has a good amount of traits of a sociopath such as constantly lying, an inability to take responsibility for his actions, and having temper tantrums every time he does not get his way.
  • They Killed Kenny Again: With many other SML characters, he has died multiple times, only to return without explanation in the next episode.
    • In "Jeffy's Mistake!", Black Yoshi kills him after getting his Xbox One destroyed, but it turns out that it was All Just a Dream.
    • Mario and Jeffy likely died from the flu in "Jeffy's Flu Shot!", thanks to Bowser catching the flu on Jeffy, who in turn gave Mario the flu.
    • In "Loch Ness Monster!", his house gets nuked after the Loch Ness Monster is revealed to be real.
    • In "Jeffy's Taco Tuesday!", he is caught in an explosion after he throws his taco bombs on the couch.
  • Too Dumb to Live:
    • He willingly played Russian Roulette once.
    • It's also safe to say that he was stupid enough to throw taco bombs on the couch, unwittingly killing himself, Mario and Cody.
  • Took a Level in Jerkass: Jeffy was always abusive, but as the series progressed, he began to act more spoiled and disrespectful to Mario. He started cursing towards Mario and Rosalina more and has even deliberately broken some of their things out of spite.
  • Trademark Favourite Food: Jeffy says that he does like carrots in "Jeffy The Rapper!", though whether this is true or just a lyric in his song is up to debate.
  • Trauma Conga Line: He suffers from this in "Jeffy's Parents!", where he gets verbally and especially physically abused by his mom and because of that, he was traumatized and tortured due to his mom constantly beating him up. What makes it even sadder is that he begs Mario to let him stay with him, and Mario locked Jeffy out as payback.
  • Vague Age: Even Jeffy himself doesn't know how old he is. In "Jeffy's Birthday!", the only evidence of his birthday was a half-torn piece of paper in his pants pocket, which had the date of his birthday written on it, but not the year he was born. "Jeffy's Parents!" eventually revealed his age as 12.
  • Verbal Tic: The loud grunting noise he makes, like when he's smacking his diaper or interrupting what Mario says.
  • Villain Protagonist: He has usually always been a character of this trait, even right now. While he did get his cat piano back thanks to Junior and was saved by Mario from getting taken back by Nancy, he also got Mario accused of child abuse, rape, and vehicular assault and got him humiliated on a global scale, and he also locked Mario out twice.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: In "Jeffy Gets Potty Trained!", he's afraid of the loud flushing noise that the toilet makes, hence why Mario and Rosalina tried to train him through a training toilet toy and bathroom books to make him get over his fear. In "Jeffy's Biggest Fear", he is afraid of the number 7 because of the 7 8 9 joke which makes him think 7 wants to eat him.

Voiced by: Lovell Stanton
Real Name: Bowser Bernard, Seniornote 

Bowser Junior's father, and Chef Pee Pee's boss. He witlessly treats his chef like dirt, and even beats up his own son just for the better. He also constantly watches Charleyyy and Friends, and claims to be the show's "number 1 fan".

  • Abusive Dad: He isn't above beating his own son with a belt, as well as his own bare hands. The most horrifying part is that he thinks this qualifies as good parenting. Taken as far back as when Junior was a baby during a flashback scene in "Bowser Junior's Biggest Fear!", wherein he shoved cotton balls in Junior's mouth because Junior wouldn't stop sucking on his pacifier.
  • Ambiguously Gay: He might be gay, or at least bisexual, as he enjoyed watching Candy shake her butt in front of him in "The Button!", ended up having sex with Cody in "SuperPowers" and "1 2 Switch Bodies!", and went to a gay strip club for entertainment in "Shrek The Babysitter!".
  • Bad Boss: Treats his own personal chef like a slave, to the point of creating his own messes just to keep him from going on a break.
  • Berserk Button: Don't ever interrupt him when he's watching Charleyyy and Friends.
  • Big Bad: Of Mario and Luigi's Stupid and Dumb Adventures, in Season 1 and part of Season 2. He returned at the end of Season 2 as a Greater-Scope Villain with Black Magic powers. Since his Villain Decay, however (which is obviously thanks to Charleyyy), he has mostly been just an annoying nuisance and Jerkass.
    • One can make a case for him still being this for most Bowser Junior episodes however, as he still antagonizes and beats Junior in most of them and is often at the start of a conflict. He even sent Junior to military school just because the latter broke a table, rather than punishing him like most other cases.
  • Big, Thin, Short Trio: The Big to Chef Pee Pee's Thin and Junior's Short.
  • Black Magic: At the end of Season 2 of Mario and Luigi's Stupid and Dumb Adventures, he can revive the dead and use other sorts of magic; it hasn't shown up since though.
  • Demoted to Extra: He was once one of the main characters, but afterwards he was quickly reduced to a Charleyyy filler character, and he only had two episodes to himself: "Bowser's Goldfish!" back in 2016, and "Zombie Bowser!" in 2018.
  • Depraved Bisexual: He is a domestic child abuser, who got multiple divorces with women, although he had sex with a male pet chomp, Chef Pee Pee and even his Charleyyy doll. Oh, and he made out with Joseph's mom's skeleton.
  • Disproportionate Retribution:
    • Usually this, as he threatens Chef Pee Pee with death if he doesn't make him his food, beats up Junior whenever he does something wrong, and even sends him to military school just for breaking a glass table.
    • In "Bowser Junior's Big Spill!", he rams into Chef Pee Pee twice, complete with a football player outfit, the first because he mistook Pee Pee for spilling a drink on the couch, and the second time after he sees him making a mess on his room and putting the blame on Junior. Bowser also does this to Junior, after he finds out the latter was the one who ruined his couch.
  • Driven to Suicide:
    • After Charleyyy and Friends gets cancelled, Bowser goes into depression and tries to commit suicide by hanging himself in the bathroom, though his suicide attempt was stopped by Chef Pee Pee, who saved his life and gave him CPR.
    • He did however commit suicide in "The Sticky Situation!". After Junior glued the door of his room shut, he pranked him saying that Charleyyy was in their house and later told him that he left, thus Bowser killed himself (off-screen) when he assumed he missed his chance to meet Charleyyy.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: In "The New House!", Bowser felt that Mario throwing Jeffy off the bed was "a little too much". However, considering how he treats his own son, this is more like Hypocritical Humor.
  • Fanboy: Is obsessed with Charleyyy and Friends, to the point of becoming Driven to Suicide after the show gets cancelled once.
  • Forgot Flanders Could Do That: In "The Fishing Trip!", when Junior is being attacked by a shark and fails to escape after punching a shark once, he jumps into the water and starts beating the shark, and he WINS.
  • Heroic BSoD: Suffers a total breakdown the moment Charleyyy and Friends gets cancelled that he ends up making a mess in his room.
    • Suffers a mental breakdown when his son ends up beating the Charleyyy and Friends video game in just 10 minutes, after losing in the game early on.
    • In "Bowser Junior's Easter Egg Hunt", Bowser breaks down sobbing over losing his title as the Easter Egg Hunting Champion.
  • Hypochondria: Mistakes himself for having a disease after watching Charleyyy getting the same disease. This occasionally creates a major plot twist.
  • Jerkass: He can usually be this in the earlier videos.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Though later videos have shown him be more caring towards Junior and Chef Pee Pee.
  • Large Ham: Especially in his Bowser Juice commercial.
  • Lazy Bum: He does nothing but lay in bed and watch TV all day.
  • Literal-Minded: In "Bowser Junior's Nintendo 3DS", Junior explains to him what a 3DS is, and refers to it as a handheld. Bowser takes it a bit too seriously and ends up giving him multiple old-school Nintendo handhelds, preferably Game Boy line consoles and models. Even though Junior pretends in front of his friends that these are made-up Nintendo 3DS models, they make fun of him that way due to the hardware limitations of these consoles.
  • Necromancer: In the Mario and Luigi's Stupid and Dumb Adventures season 2 finale, he has Black Magic and can revive the dead. This trope isn't used after that however.
  • Nice, Mean, and In-Between: The Mean to Junior's Nice and Chef Pee Pee's In-between. He yells at Chef Pee Pee non-stop, creates additional chores for him, beats Junior up, and is a trademark Jerkass.
  • Politically Incorrect Villain: He makes racist remarks about Jackie Chu in "Bowser's Driver's License!" and usually calls others gay as an insult. Although considering the fact he had sex with Cody who shapeshifted into Chef Pee Pee in "SuperPowers", this could come off as Hypocritical Humor.
  • Psychopathic Manchild: He never works and he generally acts like a spoiled lazy teenager.
  • Really 700 Years Old: He's apparently revealed to be 312.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: He and Junior are the Red to Chef Pee Pee's Blue.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: In "The New House!", he immediately calls dibs on the red bedroom in the new house, the very second he finds out the room has a TV. He orders everyone to get out so he can watch Charleyyy, and even knocks out Mario while doing so.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: It didn't last long, but at the end of the first season of Mario and Luigi's Stupid and Dumb Adventures, he was trapped in a grill, only to be freed by a Goomba at the start of the next season.
  • Tap on the Head: He is knocked out by Junior with a hammer in "Bowser Junior's Package!" prior to getting tied up, being accused of stealing Junior's package and therefore getting killed.
  • They Killed Kenny Again: With many other SML characters, he has died multiple times, only to return without explanation in the next episode:
    • In "How To Save Princess Peach, The Black Yoshi Way?", Black Yoshi shoots him while saving Princess Peach.
    • In "Bowser's Thanksgiving", he and Junior are caught in an oven explosion and likely died.
    • In "The Sticky Situation", Junior pranks him by telling him that Charleyyy is in their house after he glues the door of his room. When Junior tells him that Charleyyy left, Bowser commits suicide.
    • In "Evil Chef Pee Pee!", he gets decapitated by Chef Pee Pee, after learning that Chef Pee Pee poisoned Junior's food and is too stupid to realize that Chef Pee Pee's being evil.
    • In "Bowser Junior's Package!", Junior kills him with a butcher knife because of believing he stole the package Junior ordered the day before.
    • In "Jeffy's Flu Shot!", he may have died from the flu.
    • In "Loch Ness Monster!", his house gets nuked after the Loch Ness Monster is revealed to be real.
    • In "The Magical Button!", he dies after Junior uses the titular button to wish for a can of Sprite.
  • Too Dumb to Live: He's about as stupid as his son, if not more. In fact, in "Evil Chef Pee Pee!" he didn't realize that Chef Pee Pee was being evil.
  • Too Kinky to Torture: In "Hide And Seek!", he catches Chef Pee Pee spitting in his food... and gets mad at him for not peeing in it instead.
  • Unsympathetic Comedy Protagonist : He regularly beats his son and is generally rude to Chef Pee Pee, barely even paying him.
  • Wacky Parent, Serious Child: While Bowser Junior's favorite show is made up of suicide attempts, Bowser himself is obsessed with his childish television series "Charleyyy and Friends"
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: During the Bowser's Biggest Fear trilogy, he develops a fear of bananas, and later milk. The former is later referenced in Mario and Bowser's Stupid and Crazy Adventures, wherein Mario asks him to get a banana to hatch a Blue Yoshi (which Bowser ends up killing).

    Bowser Junior 
Voiced by: Logan Thirtyacre
Real Name: Bowser Bernard, Junior

Bowser's son, who continuously annoys Chef Pee Pee and demands for stuff. He owns a Thomas the Tank Engine toy, of which he treats like a Companion Cube, but he also hangs out with his two friends Joseph and Cody.

  • Ace Pilot: In "Bowser Junior Goes To The Fair!", he can pilot a helicopter easily. He even stated that he wanted to be a helicopter in "Bowser Junior's First Grade! Part 4". In "The Christmas Special!", he got a Lego Space Shuttle so that he can pilot it and go to the Sun. He even said that he can build it to go to the Sun to make Cody mad and prove to him that the Sun is a planet. He starts turning into one in "Bowser Junior's Clown Car!" and returns into one in "Bowser Junior Goes To Military School! Part 2". He even fully blossoms into one in "Bowser Junior Goes To The Sun!".
  • Ascended Extra: Once appeared in a Mario and Luigi's Stupid and Dumb Adventures episode. Returned in the Bowser Juice commercial. Appeared in "Bowser Junior's Macaroni" and is now a main character, to the point of taking over Mario's position.
  • Ax-Crazy: He starts acting rabid after he gets rabies once, but at least he got cured by the end. He however bit Chef Pee Pee in the arm, causing him to become rabid as well.
    • Even outside of rabies, Junior isn't exactly the most mentally stable child. In "The Purge" and "Home Alone" series of videos, Junior has been known to brutally murder people without a second thought.
  • Berserk Button:
    • If you play trains with him, don't ever play with Thomas, even if he has more than one. He will make you play with another train, most commonly The Ugly Red Onenote .
    • Don't ever say anything positive about Big Hero 6 around him either.
    • Never, EVER steal his stuff. He beat up Joseph, nearly killed Chef Pee Pee and killed his dad when he accused them of stealing his package.
  • Bratty Half-Pint: He's currently 9 years old, and is very misbehaved.
  • Big Bad: He actually had this role in "Mario and Bowser's Stupid and Crazy Adventure" for a short time, if only because he kidnapped Peach the first time.
  • Big, Thin, Short Trio: The Short to Bowser's Big and Chef Pee Pee's Thin.
  • Break the Cutie: In Bowser Junior's Bad News, he cries that Toys "R" Us went out of business.
  • Butt-Monkey: Is often subjected to abuse due to failing miserably at getting something he wants and/or sheer stupidity.
  • Chromatic Arrangement: As of "Joseph's New Shell!", he's the Green to Joseph's Red and Cody's Blue.
  • Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: He didn't appear for almost three years after his debut, before reappearing in "Bowser Junior's Macaroni" and becoming a main character.
  • Comical Overreacting:
    • He seems to feel the need to shout where they're going and when they arrive.
    • In "The New House!", he seems to overreact just a little upon discovering the new house. As in screaming in excitement while checking out his Thomas-themed bedroom and bathroom, the room full of toys, and the "game room".
  • Comic Trio: Whenever there's an argument between him and his friends about the Sun being a planet, he's the one who comes up with the theory.
  • The Cuckoolander Was Right: In "The Pantry!", Junior comes up with the idea to make an improvised phone out of plastic cups and string in order to call for help. Cody is highly dismissive of the idea but it turns out to work when Jeffy returns home from Walmart and Junior successfully convinces him to open the pantry door.
  • Dirty Coward: Sometimes, in order to get out of being punished, Junior will throw his allies under the bus, like he did to Jeffy when they snuck out of the house after being told not to go outside in "Jeffy and Junior Sneak Out!".
  • Disproportionate Retribution:
  • The Ditz: He's very stupid. For one thing, he thinks the sun is a planet and stars are literally star shaped (even after being killed upon landing on the sun, he still thinks the sun is a planet). He also thinks the Earth is flat, and he seriously tries to use this as a legit science project in "The Science Project!". After being called out by Jackie Chu by pointing out that the Earth is round, using the globe as the main point of his argument, Junior quickly decides to eschew that, and falls back on the idiocy of thinking the sun is planet and not a star, thus making the Earth a moon and the moon a sub-satellite.
  • Drama Queen: There are some moments where Bowser Junior would get upset and start crying.
  • Driven to Madness: In "Bowser Junior's Package!", after he believes someone had stolen his package. He goes into another state of madness after Brooklyn T. Guy steals his gak.
  • Driven to Suicide: In "The Magical Button!", he shoots himself after discovering it was the only way to bring back his family and friends. Of course, he's back by the end of the video.
  • Dumbass Has a Point: In "The Pantry!", while Junior doesn't exactly have the best ideas in the situation, his retort to Cody constantly dismissing every single suggestion of his for how to survive/escape the pantry is that he's at least trying to find a way they could break out while Cody does next to nothing useful.
  • Failure Is the Only Option: Any attempt at going to a Doofy the Dragon meet and greet has ended in this. The first ("Bowser Junior's Broken Leg!") was because he told Chef Pee Pee that he lied to him about his broken leg only to wind up getting his other leg broken by Pee Pee, and the second ("The Elevator!") was due to his own stupidity.
    • Anytime he gets a pet or tries to keep/bring something home with him, it's not going to end well. For a while, Chompy was the sole exception to this rule, but he was Put on a Bus as of "Precious The Rapper!" and hasn't returned since.
  • Fatal Flaw: Ignorance. No matter how many times it bites him in the ass, Junior never, ever learns to think before he acts. On one occassion, this lead to him imperiling the world so severely that there was no other choice than to just restart everything.
  • Freudian Excuse: The main reason why he acts like a Jerkass and a Spoiled Brat is because he's got a very screwed up life since he doesn't know his mom, his friends often throw him under the bus for their own gain, his dad loves Charleyyy and Friends more than him and whenever he wants his attention, Bowser just beats him up. He's spent his time emotionally traumatized, broken and depressed after being sent to military school.
  • Expy: He was originally way brattier, throwing tantrums in nearly every video, was a huge jerk to his friends, and was more psychotic and would do things like murder babysitters for fun. Sounds a lot like Cartman, right?
  • Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: "The Koopalings! Part 2" has Junior along with Iggy, Roy, Larry and Ludwig as the responsible siblings to Wendy, Morton and Lemmy's foolish siblings.
  • Heel–Face Turn: He has practically become this after "Bowser Junior Goes To Military School!".
  • Hidden Depths:
    • In "Jeffy's Pokemon Card!" (and arguably SML's "Pokemon" series), Junior appears to be a pretty big Pokémon fan and seems to be an avid collector of Pokemon cards. More specifically, cards of the Poliwag line, which is pretty much confirmed to be his favourite Pokemonnote .
    • In "The Switch!", Junior turns out to be pretty good at making macaroni and cheese.
  • Heroic BSoD:
    • Cutting the crusts off his sandwich is enough to throw him into one.
    • He suffers one after the Koopalings destroy their apartment in "The Koopalings! Part 2", and even scolds them for doing so.
    • Junior goes into another big one in "Jeffy's Pokemon Card!" when Jeffy ruins and destroys his Politoad EX card, to the point he's broken down to screaming at the top of his lungs and crying horribly, although it later turns out that Cody got him another Politoad EX card from eBay for $5.
  • Humiliation Conga: Whenever Laser-Guided Karma comes into play.
    • Gets a major one in "Cody's Revenge!".
  • Hypocrite: Well, he believes that his Thomas toy is alive and yet says that Cody's Ken doll is "just a doll." Also, in spite of throwing a hissy fit when he's insulted, he has no qualms about insulting others.
    • In "April Fools", after Chef Pee Pee does his revenge shot on Junior, he shouts "That's Not Funny!" This from the same person who told the chef his mom died as part of a very cruel April Fools prank?
    • In "Cody's Report Card!", Junior tells Cody to prove that he's good at spelling and keeps saying that he is wrong just because he didn't say which word he was talking about. Yes, the guy who got a D in Spelling thinks he is smarter than the guy who got a B+. Granted, Junior is surprisingly good at spelling the words he gives Cody, but still, he's far from one to talk.
  • Informed Flaw: According to "Cody's Report Card!", Junior has a D in Spelling, yet when he's tutoring Cody on spelling, he's actually pretty spot on with the words he gives him; he just keeps expecting Cody to guess what word Junior gives him.
  • Insane Troll Logic:
    • He believes the Sun is a planet just because it is round, like the Earth. In turn, he thinks stars are pointy like they are traditionally portrayed.
    • In "Chef Pee Pee The Octopus!" Junior somehow thinks "complaining about two arms" equals "I wanna be an octopus." Not too farfetched, but it's...out there, to say the least.
  • Jerkass: He'll throw a fit if he doesn't get his way while playing with Joseph and Cody.
  • Jerkass Has a Point: In "Chef Pee Pee's Accident!", Junior calls out Chef Pee Pee for judging Catherine by her appearance after just giving Chef Pee Pee a pep talk about how Catherine won't judge him. Kind of surprising coming from a little kid with a certain way he usually treats women.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Starts to get better in "Chef Pee Pee's Birthday Surprise!", when he saw Chef Pee Pee cry that nobody remembered his birthday, Junior felt sorry for him and didn't hesitate to throw him an surprise party. At the end of the episode, Chef Pee Pee tells Junior that he enjoyed his party, and even though he constantly makes him miserable, he appreciates how he thought about him on his birthday.
    • Just in general, Junior has shown signs of caring for Chef Pee Pee, such as in "Bowser Junior's Three Wishes", where Junior was willing to help Chef Pee Pee wash the dishes when Junior himself had nothing better to do, and in "Bowser's Doritos" where he finds out that his dad is blaming Chef Pee Pee for eating his Doritos and Junior tries to confess he ate the Doritos, and not Chef Pee Pee, and immediately regretting killing Chef Pee Pee with a frozen water balloon and willing to make a deal with Craig in order to bring him back to life in "Evil Chef Pee Pee!", and when he kills robot Chef Pee Pee in "Chef Pee Pee The Robot", even though he was convinced that Chef Pee Pee was going to destroy all of humanity, Junior (along with Joseph and Cody) still felt sad that he had to kill him.
    • "The Magical Button!" is an interesting example. Junior doesn't seem to have any problem pressing the titular button and killing other people for free stuff (after all, he doesn't know them), and he kills a total of eight people in the video (Brooklyn T. Guy, Charleyyy, Patrick's mother, Bowser, Chef Pee Pee, Joseph, Goodman, and Cody), making this Junior's highest kill count to date (unless you count "The Mystery Safe!"). It's only until he finds out that the people he really cares about are dead that he immediately regrets it, and when he learns that he has to kill himself in order to bring them all back, he immediately does so with hesitation. Cody and Joseph later revive him by working out a loophole in the button and pressing it for another button that can bring Junior back, whilst killing Logan himself in the process.
  • Karma Houdini: Sometimes gets away without punishment. He was always this in his earliest videos where he would throw tantrums at Bowser or Chef Pee Pee and they would cave in.
  • Kids Love Dinosaurs: Junior likes to play with dinosaurs. Sometimes when he plays dinosaurs with his friends, he will give them one tiny dinosaur to pit against his many bigger ones.
  • Killed Mid-Sentence: In "Bowser Junior Goes To The Sun!".
    Junior: I'm gonna be the first person to land on the— BOOM!
  • Know-Nothing Know-It-All: In regards to his theory that the Sun IS a planet.
  • Laser-Guided Karma: Many episodes have him do something bad and try to cover it up, only to fail miserably.
  • Lightning Can Do Anything: He gains the power to manipulate electricity in "SuperPowers" after being struck by lightning.
  • Literal-Minded: In "The Gun!", after accidentally shooting Cody in the eye while trying to get rid of their fingerprints on the titular gun, Junior manages to ask Chef Pee Pee about what he would do in a situation like this. Chef Pee Pee jokes about cutting his hands off. Guess what happens next.
  • Mike Nelson, Destroyer of Worlds: In "The Mystery Safe!", he nukes the North Pole just because Santa Claus didn't get him anything for Christmas. What makes this even worse is the fact that Santa doesn't exist. It makes sense that he killed several polar bears and made several endangered species extinct for nothing, and even Does Bad Things Guy seems like Wile E. Coyote in comparison to this 8-year-old guy, who manages to outdo both him and Nancy due to the actions that he caused in this episode.
  • Nice, Mean, and In-Between: The Mean to Cody's Nice and Joseph's In-between, but the Nice to Bowser's Mean and Chef Pee Pee's in-between. He sometimes throws a fit when playing with Joseph and Cody, and can be cruel to Cody at times, but he likes to play with toys and annoy Bowser and Chef Pee Pee.
    • However, as of the later videos, Junior became the Nice to Cody's Mean and Joseph's In-Between since Junior and Cody switched roles.
  • Nightmare Fetishist: Junior doesn't get it when it comes to tarantulas.
  • No-Holds-Barred Beatdown: He gives one to Cody in "SuperPowers" as retaliation for the latter having sex with Bowser disguised as Chef Pee Pee.
  • Obfuscating Disability: Three weeks after breaking his leg, he starts pretending about his leg still broken in an attempt to get more free things, despite a warning not to from Brooklyn T. Guy. This comes back to bite him two weeks later, when Doofy the Dragon hosts a meet and greet at the mall.
  • Oh, Crap!:
    • His reaction when Jeffy completely trashes their baby doll in "The Baby Project!".
    • Jeffy ruining and destroying his Politoad EX card in "Jeffy's Pokemon Card!" is enough to make him freak out horribly, to the point where he is broken down into tears and blows a raspberry right in Cody's face.
  • Out-of-Character Moment: Junior has went into this five times, in "Punishment!", "Loses Thomas!", "Needs Glasses!" and "Flu Shot!", and "Goes to Military School! Part 2". He's normally loud and obnoxious, but he becomes eerily quiet and stoic when traumatically scared and sad. However, in the case of "Needs Glasses!", he acted very smart and more obnoxious and ended up insulting his friends and Chef Pee Pee as a result.
  • Out of Character Is Serious Business: Junior is usually seen as being loud, energetic, rowdy, rambunctious, obnoxious and dumb, there are times where he immediately stops his loud, rowdy, rambunctious and obnoxious behavior, and shows his smart, sane and sensible side instead in some episodes. In the case of "Forsaken", Junior told Cody the truth that he's actually not stealing Ken from him. He also goes into this in "Broken" too because as annoyed as he is, he does have a point to tell Cody to stop crying about Ken being dead.
  • Pet the Dog:
    • In "Chef Pee Pee's Surprise Party!", Junior finds out that it's Chef Pee Pee's birthday, and feeling bad for him, decides to throw him a surprise birthday party with the help of his friends.
    • In "Happy Merry Christmas!", he makes Joseph happy by making it the best Christmas for him. He gives him a spatula, which Joseph mistakes for a flyswatter, makes it "snow" inside the house and has Atso serve as Santa.
    • In "Smart Jeffy", Junior was worried about Jeffy after he jumped on a trampoline and then landed onto the table from it that caused his pencil to fly inside his nose upon impact and impale his brain. He even thought that Jeffy was dead.
  • Politically Incorrect Hero: On one hand, he hates ISIS as much as the next guy. On the other hand, he makes countless references to Hitler and Jews in videos like "The Past Machine!" and "Big Ears!", says that there would never be a female president in "The Christmas Special" note , and also says the N-word repeatedly in "Bowser Junior's YouTube Channel!". But the icing on the cake is when he and his friends constantly act like hip gangsters with cool slangs and foul mouths in "Forsaken", despite their age.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: He and Joseph are the Red to Cody's Blue.
    • He and Bowser are also the Red to Chef Pee Pee's Blue.
  • Running Gag: Since "Bowser Junior's 1st Grade! Part 5", he has tried many times to convince Cody that the Sun is a planet.
  • Serial Killer: In "Jeffy Has Kids!"... Although to be fair, this is a downplayed example, as Junior didn't know his cereal was Jeffy's offspring, so it's kinda hard to blame him.
    • Then again, considering the amount of people Junior has killed both intentionally and unintentionally, he'd definitely qualify for this trope and it's safe to say that he's looking at some potential jail time in the future.
  • Sir Swears-a-Lot: Or rather, Sir Says Cool Slang And Swears A Lot.
  • Spoiled Brat: Chef Pee Pee always caves into his demands and Bowser isn't making things any easier. In fact, when Junior got his credit card, he went so beyond his $10,000 limit that the Loan Dolphin and Goodman took away all his stuff, which was also because he never paid the money back, leaving him miserable. Although as of 2016, Junior isn't able to get his way as often.
  • Telepathy: In "SuperPowers 2" he gains the ability to read other peoples' minds. Although most of the time, some of the stuff he reads is quite disturbing for him.
  • Time Master: Well OK, he doesn't have the power himself, and it's technically shared with his friends, but in "The Remote!", he can use the titular device to stop time, rewind time, fast forward time, mute people, make people speak Spanish, and even age-restrict videos.
  • They Killed Kenny Again: He has died multiple times, only to come back in the next episode regardless.
    • Black Yoshi shoots him while saving Princess Peach in "Baby Mutant Turtles", his debut appearance.
    • In "Bowser's Thanksgiving", he and his dad are likely killed from an oven explosion.
    • In "Bowser Junior's Bubble Bath!", he gets eaten by a shark while taking a bath...somehow.
    • In "Bowser Junior's Midnight Snack!", he and Chef Pee Pee are caught in a gas explosion caused by Junior "pumping the gas".
    • "Bowser Junior's Addiction" has him killed in a car crash while trying to drive to Starbucks.
    • In "Chef Pee Pee Quits! Part 4", Bowser runs him over with a car.
    • In "The Warp Pipe!", he falls in a warp pipe and gets attacked by multiple enemies to his death, along with Mario, after Chef Pee Pee pranked him.
    • "Bowser Junior's Lightsaber!" has him killed by Yoda.
    • In "The Ouija Board!", he gets killed by the Ouija demon alongside Joseph, Cody and Chef Pee Pee.
    • In "Bowser Junior Goes To The Sun!", his spaceship explodes while heading towards the Sun.
    • In "Black Yoshi The Assistant!", Black Yoshi is pushed too far by his demands, and shoots him to death.
    • In "Netflix and Kill", he gets killed by the Netflix and Kill girl.
    • In "Pinch! Pinch! Pinch!", he gets shot by Does Bad Things Guy.
    • In "Jeffy's Tantrum!", he hangs himself playing with Jeffy's noose.
    • In "Loch Ness Monster!", his house gets nuked after the Loch Ness Monster is revealed to be real.
    • In "The Magical Button!", he commits suicide in order to reverse the deaths of his friends and family after he killed them with the titular button for wishes, although he is later brought back to life by Joseph and Cody.
  • Token Evil Teammate: Junior is usually this in the trio due to his brattiness and his rambunctious attitude. He does get better in later videos.
  • Token Religious Teammate: He mentions Jesus and God more often than the other characters.
  • Too Dumb to Live: His limited IQ has caused him to die a few times, yet he always comes back in his next appearance.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: He has started to become less bratty and selfish from 2016 onward. What's even more bizarre is that he lost his selfishness to Jeffy, who apparently acquired all of it.
  • Tongue Trauma: In "The Drone!", he gets his tongue cut off by a propeller after he tries to stick it into Cody's drone.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Macaroni and Cheese, Happy Meals, and Chips Ahoy cookies, among others.
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: In "The Past Machine!", he summons the meteor that killed the dinosaurs — and later a second meteor — just so that it can kill a T-Rex.
  • Wacky Parent, Serious Child: While his father Bowser is obsessed with the childish television series "Charleyyy and Friends", Junior's favorite show is shown to be incredibly disturbing and always ends with the main character killing Junior's delight.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: In "Bowser Junior's Biggest Fear!", Junior is revealed to be afraid of cotton balls. The reason? When he was a baby, Bowser shoved a bunch of cotton balls in his mouth because he wouldn't stop sucking on his pacifier.

    Chef Pee Pee 
Voiced by: Lovell Stanton

Real Name: Fernando Strongbottom
A grouchy chef who works for Bowser and his son. He constantly gets annoyed by both, especially Bowser Junior, but is treated nicely by Mario and his friends. He is also the third-born son of King Strongbottom and has two older sisters.
  • Ambiguously Brown: He's an Italian who's voiced by a Black guy.
  • Angry Chef: He's Bowser's personal chef who has little to no tolerance to his abusiveness and Junior's antics.
  • Bad Boss: One episode of Season 3 of Mario and Luigi's Stupid and Dumb Adventures features an Alternate Universe where Bowser works for Chef Pee Pee instead of the other way round. Just like how the main universe Bowser treats Chef Pee Pee, the alternate Chef Pee Pee treats Bowser like dirt.
  • Berserk Button:
    • The bad treatment from Bowser and Junior is a big one for him. It got so bad at one point that he ended up quitting.
    • Tricking him into believing that a family member died will result in a huge rant from him.
    • It may not be a good idea to make fun of his cooking, as Junior learned the hard way in "The New House!".
    • When someone ends up making really huge messes in the house, it can be enough to anger Chef Pee Pee once he recovers from the initial shock.
  • Big, Thin, Short Trio: The Thin to Bowser's Big and Junior's Short.
  • Butt-Monkey: With Bowser and Junior bothering him all the time, the plot is destined to make him as miserable as possible.
  • Came Back Wrong: After Craig the Devil brings him back to life, Chef Pee Pee becomes evil. He tries to feed Junior poisoned macaroni and cheese, and later beheads Bowser and shoots Brooklyn T. Guy. It turns out all of this was planned by Craig in order to teach Junior a lesson.
  • Catch Phrase: "What do you want?" towards Bowser and/or Junior, often in frustration.
  • Characterization Marches On: In early videos, Chef Pee Pee was a dimwitted chef who loved working for Bowser, but as the series went on, especially with the introduction of Bowser Junior, Chef Pee Pee became smarter and grew to hate Bowser and Junior for treating him badly.
  • Cordon Bleugh Chef: Let's face it, the episode "Chef Pee Pee's Cooking Sucks" pretty much sums up all of his cooking in general... yet some of his hodgepodge "meals" turn out delicious.
  • The Cynic: Plays this in spades most of the time.
  • Crossdresser: He has twice now dressed up as a woman at the request of Bowser, in "Mother's Day!" and "Mario's Beautiful Date!".
  • Deadpan Snarker: Especially towards Junior.
    Junior: Umm...D-Did we piss off Poseidon?
  • Dude, Not Funny!: In "April Fools!" Junior pranks Chef Pee Pee telling him that his mother died, causing Pee Pee to break down into tears. Understandably he's pissed a little bit with Junior when he finds out it was a prank.
  • Embarrassing Nickname: In "Sicken", he reveals that "Pee Pee" is a nickname that was given to him because he got a piercing on his penis in college. His real name is Fernando Strongbottom.
  • Expy: Of the Squidward Tentacles variety. He's a grumpy and arrogant Butt-Monkey, but at the same time the Only Sane Man to a Bad Boss, a hyperactive doofus, and the hyperactive doofus's friends. All those things aside, he also aspires to leave his job to turn his passion into a living, but is always reminded that he just isn't good at what he passions over.
  • Eye Scream:
    • In "Bowser's Cookies", Toad accidentally knifes him in the eye. Bowser later stabs his other eye with a fork.
    • In "Bowser Junior Goes To Disney World", he gets stabbed in the eye when Junior finds a knife in a box of cereal.
    • In "The Drone", he gets his eye ripped out.
  • Failure Is the Only Option: This poor guy can't catch even a short break.
    • In "The President's Chef!", he gains the chance to become Barack Obama's personal chef, but Obama dislikes his food thus he doesn't hire him.
    • In "Bowser Junior's Caprisun", he simply tries to have a nice meal, but Junior keeps bothering him. By the time Junior is finally out of the picture, his lunch break is over and Bowser takes away his food.
    • In "The Gun!" Junior cuts off Chef Pee Pee's hands after their fingerprints end up in a gun which they believe was used in a murder. It turns out that the gun actually belonged to a police officer.
    • In "Black Yoshi's Fried Chicken", he tries to cook Woody's cock (chicken), but the cock ends up shooting him in the head, killing him.
    • In "Bowser Junior's Cheeseburger", he simply tries to cook a cheeseburger for Junior, but every single time The Rat steals every slice of cheese Chef Pee Pee tries to add to the burger.
    • In the Chef Pee Pee Quits! series, Chef Pee Pee quits his position as Bowser's chef and tries to look for new jobs, but each job he tries out doesn't last long enough and he is either fired, forced out of the job or quits.
    • In "Chef Pee Pee's Lottery Ticket", it appears that he won the lottery, only for Bowser to find out that it was an expired ticket, thus he punishes Pee Pee by telling him that he will work 3 years without pay and 4 years overtime, after Chef Pee Pee insulted them. It will surely be 2018 before his punishment is completely over.
    • In "Mario's Wig", Mario promises Chef Pee Pee that he will kill Bowser if Chef Pee Pee helps him to get back with Peach. After it's revealed that Peach only liked Mario for his wig and is still uninterested in him, Chef Pee Pee begins to cry because this means Mario won't kill Bowser.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: He has absolutely no patience for Bowser or Junior. However, you can't really blame him, either.
  • Heroic BSoD: Seems to happen to him a lot when stuff doesn't work out for him.
    • In "Bowser Junior's Caprisun", he simply goes into a breakdown when Junior makes him miss his 5-minute lunch break and Bowser takes away his lunch.
    • Suffers a breakdown when finds out he became the easter bunny in "Bowser Junior's Easter Wish!".
    • In "Black Yoshi's Girlfriend Problem!", after Chef Pee Pee finishes cleaning the kitchen, he is happy that now he can take a break, only for Birdo to spit out an egg causing a mess in the kitchen.
    • "Chef Pee Pee's Mistake!" is pretty much this, where Chef Pee Pee loses it because the dog that he accidentally ran over doesn't stop following him, and it doesn't help Junior wants it as his pet. It's enough for him to go into a total mental breakdown when he ends up in an insane asylum.
    • His reaction to Junior filling up the entire apartment with sticky notes in "Bowser Junior's Cookies!" throws him into yet another mad freakout.
    • In "SuperPowers!", when Cody transforms himself into a roast beef sandwich the trio decide to prank Chef Pee Pee. While cooking Chef Pee Pee finds the transformed Cody and, thinking that it is real food, tries to take a bite, just as Cody reverts back to his normal self. Chef Pee Pee then goes into a total breakdown due the fact he kissed Cody and runs off to the bathroom to vomit.
    • He falls victim to this a couple of times in "Chef Pee Pee Quits! Part 3", one after killing a little kid and another bigger one after Shrek's crap ends up on his head.
    • Chef Pee Pee is left completely speechless and mad, after the Koopalings destroy their apartment in "The Koopalings! Part 2".
  • Hypocritical Humor: In "Bowser Junior's Imaginary Friend!" he comments that imaginary friends are for stupid people, only to be revealed he has an imaginary friend too.
  • Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: He and his unnamed sister are seen as the responsible siblings to their sister Stacy's foolish sibling.
  • Jaw Drop: Whenever Junior or someone else ends up making a really huge mess at the house, Chef Pee Pee almost always jaw-drops speechlessly in shock at seeing the huge mess he knows he will have to clean up.
    • He jaw-drops in "Chef Pee Pee's Cooking Sucks!" when Toad and Junior make a rap song about his cooking.
  • Jerkass: Can be sometimes this towards Bowser Junior and his friends, and even, to a lesser extent, Bowser himself. Though to be fair, those two usually start it.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He may hate Bowser with passion, but when he saw that Bowser tried to commit suicide, Chef Pee Pee saved his life.
  • Missing Mom: Oddly enough, the only relative of Chef Pee Pee's that hasn't been revealed is his mothernote , although judging by how he reacted to Junior telling him she was dead (before finding out it was a prank), it appears that he loved her like any son would.
  • Nice, Mean, and In-Between: The in-between to Junior's Nice and Bowser's Mean. He's smarter than both Bowser and Junior, and much saner than them, but can sometimes act grumpy towards them when they annoy him, even though they both start it.
  • Not So Different: Chef Pee Pee hates Bowser Junior for being bratty, making messes and so forth but ironically, he can be just as petty and eager for retribution as Junior. To name one example, "Bowser Junior's Big Spill!" had him slathering lasagna all over Bowser's bed with the intent to get Junior in trouble after getting framed for Junior spilling Hawaiian Punch on the couch.
  • Only Sane Man: He's the saner one of the trio, compared to Bowser and Junior.
  • Parental Substitute: Because Bowser is usually in the other room watching Charleyyy, Chef Pee Pee is usually the one watching Junior.
  • Pet the Dog: "Chef Pee Pee The Babysitter" is one of the few occasions where Chef Pee Pee wins at the end, with him gaining $1,100 after babysitting Jeffy and Bowser loving the food he made for him.
  • Really Royalty Reveal: While the story arc itself appears to be dropped, it was never really retconned either. It's revealed in "Chef Pee Pee's Family!" that Chef Pee Pee is a prince and related to the royal family of the Iron Asses of Wales. If we're to also go by The Reveal in "Sicken", that would make Chef Pee Pee's real name Fernando Strongbottom.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: He's the Blue to Bowser and Junior's Red.
  • Running Gag: Since "Bowser Junior's Doll", he says, "Nah, it's just me, Nigga!", whenever he reveals himself in disguise. This has since been phased out due to violating YouTube Community Guidelines (since "nigga" is a derogatory term for an African-American, even though Chef Pee Pee himself is an Italian born in France).
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: In "Bowser Junior's Bubble Bath", he's forced to watch over Junior while he takes a bath. Junior at first refuses to take a bath fearing that there would be sharks in his bathtub. Chef Pee Pee then manages to get Junior to take a bath after Junior's Macaroni and Cheese falls into the tub. While Junior bathes, Chef Pee Pee turns around only to see that a shark had eaten Junior and leaves, very confused and disappointed at what happened.
    Chef Pee Pee: IS THAT A DAMN SHARK?! Oh, no, no, no! Hell no, I'm out.
  • Straight Man: To both Bowser and Junior.
  • They Killed Kenny Again: He has died multiple times, only to return without explanation in the next episode.
    • In "Shrimpo Hunter Episode 4", he is caught in a car crash, after Woody jumps out of the car to catch a shrimpo.
    • In "Black Yoshi's Fried Chicken", he gets shot by Tyreese and is later cooked into fried chicken. Mario even lampshades this after Pee Pee becomes cooked.
    Mario: So many fans are going to think that he's not gonna be in the next video, but he really is!
    • In "Bowser Junior's Midnight Snack!", he and Junior are caught in a gas explosion caused by Junior "pumping the gas".
    • In "April Fools!", Junior and Toad put bleach in Chef Pee Pee's Sprite, thus poisoning him.
    • In "The Ouija Board!", he gets killed by the Ouija demon alongside Junior and his friends.
    • Averted in "Evil Chef Pee Pee!", as after Junior and Joseph hit him in the head with a frozen water balloon, his death is treated as permanent, before getting brought back to life by Craig the Devil.
    • In "Bowser Junior's 8th Birthday!", he gets eaten alive by the Freddy Fazbear's Pizza animatronics alongside Junior's friends and Brooklyn T. Guy.
    • In "Chef Pee Pee's Cooking Sucks!", he gets turned into toast.
    • In "Netflix and Kill", he gets killed by the Netflix and Kill girl.
    • Averted in "Chef Pee Pee The Robot" in where it appears that Junior and his friends have killed "Chef Pee Pee" by throwing him into the tub, but it turns out the real Chef Pee Pee is alive and well and only made a robot duplicate of himself while he was in vacation.
    • In "Loch Ness Monster!", his house gets nuked after the Loch Ness Monster is revealed to be real.
    • In "The Magical Button!", he dies after Junior uses the titular button to wish for an ice cream truck.
    • "Cody's Mistake" implies that he drowned shortly after being buried in the sand by Junior and friends.
  • Throw the Dog a Bone: In "The Fishing Trip!", Bowser finally gives him a day off. And in "Chef Pee Pee's Birthday Surprise!", Junior and his friends, feeling sorry for him, throw a surprise party for his birthday. Then there's "Chef Pee Pee the Babysitter", where he gets paid $1,100 for babysitting Jeffy for Mario and making a buffet for Bowser at the same time, and "The Bet!", wherein he wins the Golden Spoon competition against Mr. Goodman, even if it was rigged by the Loan Dolphin.
  • Trademark Favourite Food: According to "Mario's Wig", Chef Pee Pee says that he likes macaroni.
  • Unexplained Recovery: Aside from his many deaths, he just as often get non lethally but permentantly injured, usually pertaining to his arms, but he'll be in perfect health by his next appearance.
    • In "Black Yoshi's Job" and "Bowser Junior's Light Saber", he gets his arm chopped off.
    • In "The Gun", he gets his arm chopped off.
    • In "Bowser Junior's Fireworks", he gets both arms blown off.
  • Would Hurt a Child:
    • In some episodes, Chef Pee Pee tries to either beat up, choke or strangle Junior whenever the latter made his day miserable.
    • His entire goal during "The Purge!" is kill Junior because of the misery he brought to him. Well, this is thanks to Bowser.
    • He also tried to cook Nemo and Flounder for dinner in different occasions.
    • Averted in "Chef Pee Pee Quits! Part 3", where he runs over a kid that was attacking Officer Goodman and doesn't take it kindly after he kills the kid.

    Joseph Hisfriendfromschool 
Voiced by: Lovell Stanton
A very athletic Koopa Troopa who hangs out with Bowser Junior and Cody. He is shown to be skilled in basketball and a few other sports, and also used to play Call of Duty, his gamertag being "CharleyBrown678".
  • Abusive Parents: The 2017 Halloween special "Joseph's Mom!" reveals that he didn't kill his mother, but rather, she faked her death after winning the lottery, and disowned him because she hates him and had moved on to a new life with a new husband and a ton of money. As a result, she has abused Joseph in absentia both psychologically and mentally, since Joseph's sanity slowly started to deteriorate after he found out that he "killed" his mom.
  • The Ace: He's shown to be really athletic. He's good at striking hoops at basketball, being able to do flips into the pool and he's also good at other sports. He's even good at Skee-Ball and Basketball at Chuck E. Cheese's as shown in "Bowser Junior's Summer Vacation" and "Jeffy's Birthday!", respectively.
  • A Day in the Limelight: Despite being a major character, he didn't get his own episode until "Joseph's House!", where Joseph invites Junior and Cody over to his run-down house when Bowser has his apartment fumigated for termites.
  • Ambiguous Disorder: "Joseph Moves In!" heavenly suggests that he has a Split Personality or a schizophrenic disorder.
  • Ascended Extra: He went from appearing single with Junior in a few early 2014 videos to appearing exclusively in the Summer School series to appearing in most of Junior's appearances in 2014 and 2015 before appearing in almost every single Junior video in 2016 onwards.
  • Ax-Crazy: At first Joseph, while still losing a bit of his sanity, was just a sympathetic orphan living by himself and wasn't violent at all. But "Joseph Moves In!" implies that the reason he lives by himself is because he killed his mother, thus turning Joseph from a Woobie to a psychotic Enfant Terrible who is just as violent as Junior. It's ultimately Subverted when it's revealed his mom abandoned him in "Joseph's Mom!".
  • Butt-Monkey: Seems to have the worst luck of the three; unless the episode is about Junior suffering Laser-Guided Karma.
  • Catch Phrase: He says "Dude" a lot, to the point where he uses it as a Verbal Tic and calls Junior and Cody by his catch phrase.
  • Chromatic Arrangement: As of "Joseph's New Shell!", he's the Red to Cody's Blue and Junior's Green.
  • Comic Trio: Whenever there's an argument between him and his friends about the Sun being a planet, he's the one who agrees with Junior.
  • Creepy Child: Increasingly so ever since "Joseph's House!"
  • Dirty Coward: Whenever Junior and Cody get into some kind of trouble, you can expect Joseph to immediately leave the scene.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: In "Joseph Moves In!", it is implied that he killed his mother, just because she didn't make his sandwich the right way. "Joseph's Mom!" jossed this, as it is revealed that his mother had been faking her own death.
  • The Ditz: He's the dumbest out of his group of friends, being even dumber than Junior. He gets even worse grades than Junior, constantly supports Junior's stupid ideas and beliefs, and has been shown to be awestruck by even the simplest of things. He couldn't tell his fish was dead even when it was reduced to a skeleton, and he only put a small amount of water in his fishbowl because he was worried he would drown.
  • Enfante Terrible: Subverted. Considering the fact that it's heavily implied he killed his own mother since she didn't make his sandwiches the right way, he was thought to be this until it's revealed that she never died to begin with.
  • Flight: In "Joseph's New Shell", he obtained a red shell with wings, becoming a red Koopa Paratroopa, and has retained them and the ability to fly in subsequent videos.
  • The Generic Guy: Doesn't have much of a personality outside of being Junior's yes man who's interested in all things "cool". Him always leaving when something goes wrong, thus having little to do with the videos does nothing to help his character.
  • His Name Really Is "Barkeep": His last name actually is "Hisfriendfromschool".
  • Hypocrite: He makes fun of Cody's last name in "Substitute Teacher!", despite his own name being arguably even worse.
  • Lovable Jock: Is very good at basketball, and loves sports.
  • Matricide: The reason he lives by himself? He killed his mother over a sandwich! Except that not what happened, as revealed later in "Joseph's Mom!".
  • Man on Fire: In "SuperPowers 2", his superpower has him catch on fire. And die.
  • Nice, Mean, and In-Between: The In-between to Cody's Nice and Junior's Mean. He can be the sanest at times, but he can also just as rude to Cody as Junior is and he's repeatedly shown to be a Dirty Coward.
  • Nightmare Fetishist: In "Bowser Junior's 8th Birthday!", he enjoys a pizza with fingers and eyeballs on it as well as a game where they're bobbing for body parts, while everyone else is freaked out.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: He and Junior are the Red to Cody's Blue.
  • Out of Focus: As of 2018, he has started to appear less often due to not having much, if any importance in the plots. Many episodes that do have him in it lampshade his uselessness or only have him as a Living Prop.
  • Running Gag: Since "Joseph's House!", a lot of gags and references are made about his horrible home life. Specifically, Joseph's mom gets the most out of this.
  • Sanity Ball: He is sometimes the saner one of the trio, compared to Cody and Junior, with exceptions being when Junior argues about the Sun being a planet. He was the most normal of the group of friends in earlier videos, before Cody began taking over as the Only Sane Man.
  • Sanity Slippage: The episode "Joseph's House!" reveals that his horrible home life since Halloween 2015 has started to take a toll on him. "The Dog Show!" confirms this when Joseph reveals his dead dog to Junior and pretends it is still alive, as well as "Bowser Junior's 8th Birthday!" when he sends Junior an NSFW birthday card and enjoys the Squick at Freddy Fazbear's Pizza.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: He always tends to leave Junior's house whenever something bad happens.
  • Secretly Wealthy: It is revealed in "Joseph the Millionaire" that his mother loans him large sums of money, which he used to inherit a secret mansion. When Junior follows him and sees through his friend's "poor" facade, Joseph gives him a tour of the place...before wiping his memory clean.
  • Self-Made Orphan: "Joseph Moves In!" implies that he killed his mother. Except he didn't. His mother faked his death to disown him.
  • Sensitive Guy and Manly Man: The Manly Man to Cody's Sensitive Guy.
  • Social Services Does Not Exist: A major issue in "Joseph's House!". Ever since his mom died on October 31, 2015, he's had to live in the dark since December due to no one paying the bills, he has no running water, his pet fish is dead, he has to steal money from his mom to pay for food, he has to imagine what video game to play whenever he plays his Xbox One due to having no electricity, his dad is a zombie (and becomes a ghost not long after), and Screwball the Clown is his only roommate and living companion, but doesn't do anything to pay the bills. It is later revealed that Joseph's mom didn't die and actually abandoned him for two straight years, but still, it's hard to blame Joseph when you think about how much damage his mother had given not only him, but his house too.
  • Straight Man: Of Junior's group of friends.
  • Super Speed: In "SuperPowers!", he gains the power to run really fast after being struck by lightning.
  • There Are No Therapists: Nobody is particularly concerned about his obviously deteriorating mental state.
  • They Killed Kenny Again: With many other SML characters, he has died multiple times, only to return without explanation in the next episode.
    • In "The Call of Duty Blackout", he is shot by Black Yoshi, after he paid the Rat to cut the wires from Mario's fuse box in order to stop Black Yoshi from playing the new Call of Duty.
    • In "Bowser Junior's Sleepover", he gets killed by Chica.
    • In "The Burger!", Joseph wishes he had two heads, but eventually regrets it and accidentally wishes he had no head. Once he realizes his mistake, he tries to change his wording, but he's left headless and dies.
    • In "The Ouija Board!", he gets killed by the Ouija demon alongside Junior, Cody and Chef Pee Pee.
    • In "Cody The Magician!", he gets sliced in half by Cody during a magic trick. He comes back after Cody says the "mindfreak" word.
    • In "Bowser Junior's 8th Birthday!", he gets eaten alive by the Freddy Fazbear's Pizza animatronics alongside Chef Pee Pee, Cody and Brooklyn T. Guy.
    • In "Happy Halloween!", he gets killed by a killer clown.
    • In "Netflix and Kill", he gets killed by the Netflix and Kill girl.
    • In "Loch Ness Monster!", Junior's house gets nuked after the Loch Ness Monster is revealed to be real. It doesn't help that he and Cody were over at Junior's house by the time.
    • In "The Magical Button!", he dies after Junior uses the titular button to wish for a Hubba Bubba.
    • In "SuperPowers 2", he gets burned to death after activating his fire powers.
  • Too Dumb to Live: In "Happy Halloween!", he dresses up as Deadpool, and when he sees a killer clown, he attempts to fight him believing he can't die since Deadpool has a Healing Factor. He immediately gets murdered.
  • Verbal Tic: Uses "Dude" a lot.
  • Who Names Their Kid "Dude"?: What kind of last name is "Hisfriendfromschool"?
    • Even more surprising is that Junior and Cody never mock him for it, only characters like Brooklyn Guy and Bowser point out how ridiculous his surname is.

    Cody Nutkiss 
Voiced by: Chris "Pablo" Netherton
A Magikoopa who is grotesquely perverted and gay. One of Junior's friends, he also has a Companion Cube, a Ken doll.
  • Adorkable: In kind of weird, cute, and perverted way.
  • All Love Is Unrequited: Despite being in a relationship with Ken, it's very strongly implied that the has a thing for Junior.
  • Ambiguously Gay: Early on it wasn't fully revealed if Cody was outright gay or not, but as the series goes on, his sexuality becomes less and less ambiguous. Averted nowadays, as him being gay is a major part of his character.
  • Ascended Extra: Along with Joseph, he went from appearing exclusively in the Summer School series to appearing in most of Junior's appearances in 2014 and 2015 to appearing in almost every single Junior video in 2016 onwards.
  • Ax-Crazy: He becomes this in "Sicken", when Junior tossing Ken out the window and breaking him in half drives him to attempted murder. Specifically, he tries to kill Chef Pee Pee, Joseph and Bowser, forcing Junior to choose which one to kill... over a doll.
    Cody: You killed someone I love, so now I have to kill someone you love.
  • Berserk Button: Cody really hates it when Junior makes pig jokes about his mom.
    • Post-"Bowser Junior's 1st Grade!" episodes have shown Cody hates it when Junior tries to tell him that the sun is a planet.
    • Not appearing as a playable character in Mario games will send him flying off the rails, especially if the game has room for alternate forms of certain characters, but not for a Magikoopa.
  • Birthday Episode: Has one in "Cody's Birthday!". He reveals to his friends that he's eight years old, and he's born on February 29th, which technically makes him two years old. However, in response to this Junior and Joseph try far to throw him a 2nd birthday party and pretend that he's a baby.
  • Blind Without 'Em: He can't see anything without his glasses. In "The Burger!", one of the wishes he makes on the magic cheeseburger he, Junior, and Joseph find behind the refrigerator is to see without glasses, the result of which gives him two big, bulgy eyes.
  • Butt-Monkey: Junior and Joseph often make fun of him the butt of their jokes in videos like "Cool Cody" and "Loch Ness Monster!", not to mention the jokes they always throw at him targeting his mom. His parents also humiliate him on a regular basis.
  • Camp Gay: Cody is a very feminine and openly gay kid who dates his Ken doll.
  • Cassandra Truth: Junior never believed Cody whenever he said that the Sun was a star and not a planet. Cody was proven right when Junior was sent to the Sun and was killed in the process.
  • Character Development: Starts off as a smart kid with lots of medical disorders; he then becomes flanderized into a gay pervert, and later a Deadpan Snarker, and the voice of reason for both Junior and Joesph. He then later starts to become a bit of a Gadgeteer Genius where his inventions drive the plot. More recently, he has developed more negative qualities such as shades of his perversion back in play but has also become more selfish and prideful and even hypocritical and lacks any compunctions whatsoever about criminal behavior, such as mass rape and attempted murder.
  • Characterization Marches On: Out of the trio consisting him, Junior and Joseph, Cody is the one that has gone through the most drastic of change since his debut in the Summer School series.
    • While Cody was a classmate of Junior's, he wasn't an especially close friend like Joseph, Tanner, or Toad were, with Junior even trying to copy his test scores and the two rarely even spoke to one another. It was only until the first installment of the Playtime series that he became a member of the main cast, and even then, Junior and Joseph weren't that close or even all that friendly towards him, and only reason Junior even let him join them was because Bowser forced him too.
    • Pablo also gave Cody a more nasally voice to reflect his nerdiness (and possibly his other health problems) before switching to a much softer voice, likely reflecting his later character traits.
    • While Cody's pervertedness is a huge part of his character nowadays, it's easy to forget that Cody was originally implied to have several problems with his sex organs (Some of which required medications, which that in of itself is rarely brought up either), and while nowadays he almost always gawks over men, Cody was seemingly turned on by Toad's music video in the Summer School series. note 
    • He also used to be somewhat level-headed in earlier videos, even when trying to refute Junior's nonsensical claims. Not too much long after that, he would become a lot more easily frustrated when dealing with Junior and Joseph's stupidity and even quick to blow a gasket over something like Nintendo (supposedly) excluding him in any products.
  • Child Mage: He technically counts, though oddly enough, Cody is a more scientific version of this trope, and very rarely does he use his magic at all.
  • Chromatic Arrangement: As of "Joseph's New Shell!", he's the Blue to Joseph's Red and Junior's Green.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Is convinced his Ken doll is a real person, and always ignores Joseph when the latter constantly says that Ken is a doll. This once drove him to create a ventriloquists' puppet version of Ken in a vain attempt to convince Junior and Joseph. Said puppet came to life thanks to Cody's wand (turns out it really is magical), and proceeded to go on a murderous rampage.
  • Comic Trio: Whenever there's an argument between him and his friends about the Sun being a planet, he's the one who doesn't agree with Junior.
  • Companion Cube: His Ken doll.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Has started becoming more sarcastic in the 2016 videos towards Junior. Taken full swing in "Cody's Birthday!" in response to Junior and Joseph's teasing.
  • Depraved Homosexual: Non-villainous example, though it goes with him being a Dirty Kid.
  • Dirty Kid: Cody is around Junior's age yet is extremely perverse.
  • Double Entendre: Cody can't go through an entire video without saying at least one of these phrases.
    Cody: Junior, I love Ken. He's my boyfriend. And when we're home alone together, he comes. Alive. Everywhere.
  • Embarrassing Last Name: Up there with Joseph in that department. In "Substitute Teacher!", his last name is revealed to be "Nutkiss", thanks to his mom. Unsurprisingly, Junior and Joseph make fun of it.
  • Face–Heel Turn: As of 2018, he started to become even more mean as opposed to Junior's Heel–Face Turn.
  • Fatal Flaw: Pride, and Envy. While Cody doesn't brag that often, his self-esteem is rather fragile and he'll often to be reduced to crying swearing fits of rage when Nintendo doesn't use Magikoopas in whatever products that Junior and Joseph are playing with.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: Has created a few gadgets from electronic toys such as a B-B-B-Baby Machine, a machine that lets you bring something from the dead from a Bop-It toy, a Mebo robot, and a C-C-C-Cloning Machine.
  • Heroic BSoD:
    • In "Broken", Ken breaking in half and "dying" is enough to trigger him into one.
    • In the sequel, "Forsaken", he's reduced to sobbing when he believes Ken prefers Junior over him. He winds up going into another Heroic B.S.O.D. at the end of the episode when he thinks Ken prefers Joseph.
    • In "Taken", he starts crying yet again when Ken gets stolen.
    • Like in the previous installments, in "Mistaken", he breaks down when he thinks Ken is stuck on the Moon.
    • The fact that Magikoopa is not featured in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe in "Cody's Missing!" is enough to throw him into a raging yet tearful breakdown.
    • Once again, he breaks down in "Sicken" when he finds out that Ken is broken in half, only to quickly go into a murdering spree as soon as he finds out Junior threw Ken out the window.
  • Holier Than Thou: In arguments between him and Junior he is usually put on a higher moral ground (due to being more intelligent than most of the cast) but he has shown to be just as selfish, if not more, as them.
  • Hypocrite: In "The Remote!", he criticizes Junior for going power hungry with the titular device. While Junior does do some jerk moves with the remote, Cody went around raping people for 5 years with the remote earlier.
    • Worse than that is Cody actively trying to kill Chef Pee Pee, Joseph and Bowser despite going out of his way to try to discourage Junior from doing anything reckless that could cost someone their life in videos such as "Evil Chef Pee Pee!" and "The Magical Button!".
  • Hypocrite Has a Point: Cody is quick to criticize or admonish Junior for doing or even considering something wrong or stupid, particularly if it could kill someone. While it demonstrates Cody's sensible side, he is also guilty of doing wrong too, often for his own benefit.
  • Hypocritical Humor: In "Jeffy's Teddy Bear!", Cody teases Jeffy for bringing Beary, Mario's teddy's bear to school, saying "Who brings a toy to school, you loser?". He says this as he is standing right next to his Ken doll.
  • Jerkass: More recently, he has become rather selfish and petty and is not above doing unethical things to anyone who hasn't done him wrong or even his friends for his own benefit whilst still acting morally superior to Junior.
  • Karma Houdini: Starting in some 2017 videos, his actions have begun to give Junior and Jeffy, even at their most unpunished, a run for their money. In "The Remote!", he manages to get away with committing a five-year-long mass serial rape while time froze (aside from a light Humiliation Conga at the hands of Junior using the remote) and in "Sicken", he graduates to straight up attempted murder but also never pays for it.
  • Laser-Guided Karma: His — ahem — messed up actions finally paid off in "Cody The Vampire!" when Junior and Joseph trick him into making out with Ken, whom they smeared garlic on, which resulted in Cody dying from an allergic reaction.
  • Manly Gay: Certainly thinks he is that.
  • Narcissist: It's subtle, but Cody seems to think very highly of himself, constantly saying he's hunky and throwing hissy fits whenever he's not included in Nintendo merchandise (which goes so far that he talks shit about them in a diss track in "Cody's Amiibo!"), saying that his amiibo should've been the first one Nintendo made, because Magikoopas are Bowser's second-in command. While he is technically correct about that part, it's obvious Cody is just using that as a crutch in order to justify his ego.
  • My Sister Is Off-Limits!: In "Cody's Sister", he does not approve of Junior and Joseph trying to date Katy.
  • Never My Fault: In "Finders Keepers!", Cody scolds Junior for the latter's failed attempt to make up for wasting the $30,000 meant to help a kid in need of a heart transplant even though he spent a third of the money on laser eye surgery and suggested splitting it amongst him and his friends in the first place.
  • Nice, Mean, and In-Between: Despite him being a pervert, it's clear that he was the Nice to Junior's Mean and Joseph's in-between, since he's usually the smartest, sanest, and calmest of the three. However, in later videos, he and Junior have traded roles as Junior is generally playful and frequently shows his nicer side as opposed to Cody becoming more and more of an immature jerk who can be completely criminally insane at his worst.
  • No-Holds-Barred Beatdown: Twice in the "The Bake Sale!", in where he beats up Junior after the latter threw away the cookies he baked and a second one after he had enough of Junior's stupidity, and then after he found out Junior had spent $100 on already baked cookies.
  • Not So Different:
    • While he is still sensible in "The Magical Button!", Cody is the one who encourages Junior to wish for a 6 feet pack of Hubba Bubba (therefore, he's technically responsible for Goodman's death.). Sure, he does abuse a loophole to bring Junior back to life (though at the cost of Logan's life), but immediately after that wishes for a banana suit of all things. We never know who he ends up killing, but it still shows that Cody is willing to do bad things if he gets a benefit out of it and can be just as selfish as Junior and Joseph.
    • He's also prone to extreme fits of rage whenever Magikoopas aren't included in any Nintendo products, which sound eerily similar to all of Junior's tantrums whenever things don't go his way.
    • But seriously, none of these compare to his actions in "The Remote!", where he tries to encourage Junior to not use the titular remote for selfish gain, which he has done by going on a five-year-long raping spree.
    • There are also signs he can be just as much of a smug bully towards Junior as the latter had been to him in the episode "Bowser Junior Gets Jinxed!", where he goes out of his way to mock Junior and even boastfully rub failure in his face. With no provocation other than a "jinx", at that.
  • Only Sane Man: Despite being very perverted and gay, it's clear he's this compared to Junior and Joseph, mostly when the latter can't keep up.
  • Out-of-Character Moment: He goes through this in "Broken", "Forsaken", "Taken", "Mistaken", "Sicken" and "Bowser Junior Gets Jinxed!".
  • Pædo Hunt: Implied in "The Baby Project!". When Jackie Chu reveals that the babies have built-in cameras, he checks Cody and Joseph's video and although it isn't shown, the oddly sexual audio says it all. Sure, it's just a doll (Cody even admits he has a thing for dolls, though that is hardly an excuse), but it is still the creepiest thing Cody has ever done so far.
  • Pink Girl, Blue Boy: The Blue Boy to his twin sister, Katy's Pink Girl.
  • Plot Allergy: In "Cody The Vampire!", he is revealed to have an allergy to garlic, which Junior and Joseph later take advantage by rubbing garlic on Ken's mouth, causing him to die from an allergic reaction.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: He's the Blue to Junior and Joseph's Red.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!:
    • After he loses in a board game, Junior and Joseph force Cody to eat dog poop in a dare. Cody claims he's going to get a cup of water before eating, when in reality he simply leaves Junior's house.
    • Also done in "Evil Chef Pee Pee!" in where Cody leaves Joseph and Junior on their own after they refuse to listen to him to not hit Chef Pee Pee with a frozen water balloon, which got Chef Pee Pee killed.
  • Send in the Clones: In "SuperPowers 2" he gains the ability to duplicate himself.
  • Serial Rapist: In "The Remote!", Cody freezes time and rapes Chef Pee Pee, Junior, Joseph, Ken, and it's safe to say plenty of other characters for five years. Oh, and he even claimed that he raped himself. He's lucky that time was frozen, otherwise, he's looking at several life sentences.
  • Sensitive Guy and Manly Man: The Sensitive Guy to Joseph's Manly Man.
  • Shout-Out: His old voice tone partly resembled that of Mr. Crocker.
  • Shrinking Violet: In "Cool Cody!", it is revealed that he has social anxiety, which makes him wheeze uncontrollably.
  • Sibling Seniority Squabble: In "Cody's Sister!", Cody is revealed to be twelve seconds older than his twin sister, Katy.
  • Small Name, Big Ego: Played with. Magikoopas are some of the most iconic enemies in the Mario franchise, which Cody always brings up whenever Nintendo doesn't include him in something. However, for as recognizable as they are, Magikoopas aren't quite on the same level as villains like Junior and the Koopa Troopas (the latter of which is what Joseph is), so it's easy to understand why Nintendo doesn't use them that often.
  • Teeny Weenie: In the "Bowser Junior's Summer School" series, he sometimes implies he has a tiny elephant.
  • The Smart Guy: The most intelligent kid in the series.
  • The Stoic: After he gets turned into a corn dog in "Bowser Junior's Curse!".
  • Theme Twin Naming: In "Cody's Sister!", he is revealed to have a twin sister named Katy.
  • They Killed Kenny Again: With many other SML characters, he has died multiple times, only to return without explanation in the next episode.
    • He drowns after diving in the pool in "Bowser Junior's Pool Party". He later appears in The Stinger for that episode, wherein he explains to the viewers that he didn't actually die and he will be appearing in the following video.
    • Averted in "Bowser Junior's Lightsaber!", where Cody gets his head sliced off, yet he survives somehow.
    • In "The Ouija Board!", he gets killed by the Ouija demon alongside his friends and Chef Pee Pee.
    • In "The Gun!", Junior and Joseph accidentally shoot Cody with the titular gun while they were trying to clean their fingerprints from the murder weapon.
    • In "Bowser Junior's 8th Birthday!", he gets eaten alive by the Freddy Fazbear's Pizza animatronics alongside Chef Pee Pee, Joseph and Brooklyn T. Guy.
    • In "Loch Ness Monster!", Junior's house gets nuked after the Loch Ness Monster is revealed to be real. It doesn't help that he and Joseph were over at Junior's house by the time.
    • In "The Magical Button!", he dies after Junior uses the titular button to wish for a bag of gummies.
    • In "Jeffy's Taco Tuesday!", he is caught in an explosion after Jeffy throws his taco bombs on the couch.
    • In "Cody The Vampire!", he chokes to death after having an allergic reaction to garlic thanks to Junior and Joseph. It's safe to say that this one totally paid off for all the bad things he has done recently.
  • Token Good Teammate: Subverted. While Cody was initially portrayed as more laid-back and sensible (albeit nerdy) compared to the more boisterous Junior and Joseph when they became mainstay characters, he later began to act more perverted, selfish and outright hypocritical to the point of occasionally engaging in (or attempting) very unsavoury things.
  • Took a Level in Badass: Played for Laughs in "Cool Cody!"
  • Took a Level in Jerkass: Has started to become much more antagonistic in 2017.
  • Voluntary Shapeshifting: In "SuperPowers!", he gains the ability to morph into anything just by thinking of it after being struck by lightning.
  • Wacky Parent, Serious Child: The Serious Child to his parents' Wacky Parents, and that's saying something.

    Black Yoshi 
Voiced by: Lance Thirtyacre

A black-skinned Yoshi who spends his time playing Call of Duty, drinking Kool-Aid, and eating fried chicken. He is one of Mario's friends.

  • Abusive Parents: In "Black Yoshi's Kids!", he calls his biological son a mistake, throws him in the trash, and outright tries to kill him by throwing him out a window, making it very clear he'd rather play Call of Duty than take care of a child. Then he learns that he gets more money from welfare because of his son, so he goes to the nearby park and kidnaps 24 babies to defraud the government. He even goes as far as to give the babies new names as if they were his own, such as "Big Bwah", "Fried Chickenisha", "Rock Paper Scissina", and even "Shatananananananananananananana Batman", and starts deciding which careers they'll have whether they like it or not. When Brooklyn T. Guy finds out he has a biological son, he can't bring himself to arrest him, but Black Yoshi begs to be arrested because he hates his son that much.
  • Anti-Hero: A stereotypical black thug who still helps out Mario from time to time.
  • Anti-Role Model: A stupid, unpleasant, law breaking deadbeat who dropped out of fourth grade, mooches off of his friend, is willing to throw him under the bus if it benefits him, and has no intention of paying child support. In short, a perfect example of who not to act like in the real world.
  • Basement-Dweller: He more or less leeches off of Mario.
  • Berserk Button:
    • Never mess with his Call of Duty or ask him to play 2 Player.
    • If you know what's good for you, you won't destroy his Xbox One.
    • Don't ever think of pranking him. He'll definitely shoot you.
  • Big "NO!": When he finds out the new Call of Duty is out of stock in "Black Yoshi The Assistant!".
  • Catch Phrase: "Mario please!" and "But Mario..."
  • Demoted to Extra: Was originally a major character, but he doesn't appear as often as before since Jeffy's debut.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: This guy has issues.
    • In "Black Yoshi April Fools", he kills Mario over pranking him.
    • Episode 1 of Baby Shrek has him killing Mario (again) simply because the latter told him to keep his stuff away from Shrek Junior.
    • In "Toad Mistake 2", he shoots and later nukes Toad, just because he wanted to play Call of Duty.
    • In "Toad's Stupid Idea", Black Yoshi beats up Toad after learning that the latter sold his brand new Call of Duty and threatens to kill him if he doesn't get it back.
    • In "The Call of Duty Blackout", Black Yoshi shoots "Charlie Brown 678" (Joseph) to death because the latter paid The Rat to cut the wires at Mario's house causing a blackout. Even Mario points out this was a bit too much over a blackout.
      • Also, from the same episode, he kills Brooklyn T. Guy's son, because the latter wants to buy Black Yoshi's copy of Call of Duty immediately upon seeing it.
    • He nearly kills Toad in "Black Yoshi's In Trouble!", because the latter ate his chicken, until Mario stops him from doing so.
    • In "Black Yoshi's Job", when he has to babysit Bowser Junior, he pulls out his gun and shoots Junior's toys when Junior makes him play with one tiny dinosaur against his many bigger ones. He also threatens to pull out his gun again when Junior won't let him play with his Thomas the Tank Engine toy, and even shoots Toad when they play doctor. He also ties up Junior, due to the latter wanting to play Call of Duty.
    • In "Luigi's Mansion Episode 4", he threw a bomb at Toad for shutting down his Xbox. Toad somehow survives the blast.
    • In "The Call of Duty Problem", Junior kills him in a game of Call of Duty, then is dumb enough to tell him his address. Black Yoshi responds by destroying Junior's Xbox One and stealing his Thomas toy.
    • In "Black Yoshi's Fried Chicken", he threatens to kill Mario if he doesn't get him new fried chicken to eat.
    • In "Black Yoshi's Call of Duty: Black Ops III!", when Mario buys him a Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 Wii U bundlenote  instead of the PS4 bundle, Black Yoshi destroys the Wii U by shooting it with a crossbow and threatens to kill Mario if he doesn't get him the PS4 bundle.
    • In "Jeffy's Mistake!", he tied Jeffy up and stuffed a grenade in his mouth when the latter destroyed his Xbox One by tossing it out a three-story window after dying in a game of Grand Theft Auto.
    • In "Black Yoshi The Assistant!", he kills Junior after getting aggressively tired of his orders.
  • The Ditz: he's one of the dumbest characters in the series, rivaling Jeffy. He constantly mispronounces words, even very simple words, to the point that almost every other sentence he says has a grammar problem in it. He also can't tell coal from burnt chicken, thinks that a sprinkler system will stop a burglary, doesn't know how a popsicle is generally servednote , and is dumb enough to think there is a law that prevents the police from searching your socks and Black Friday is a day where everything is free for African Americans as a way of reimbursing them for the slavery years. He can't read, spell, or count, has trouble memorizing simple combinations like 1 2 3 4, confuses letters with numbers, and generally displays a lack of understanding of even basic common sense. "Jeffy's Lunch Money" implies that he's even dumber than Jeffy, as Jackie Chu's reactions to his stupidity while he was impersonating Jeffy in school imply that "Jeffy" was acting even dumber than usual.
  • Domestic Abuse: He will hit his girlfriends if they don't do as he says. This is what causes Delilah to break up with him in "Black Yoshi's Girlfriend Problem!".
  • Establishing Character Moment: In Black Yoshi's debut "Mario and Luigi's stupid and dumb adventures. Season 2 Episode 3", the very first thing he does is murder Toad.
  • Greed: He's very greedy and often steals.
  • The Gunslinger: Carries a HUGE GUN (from a plush toy's perspective) that's larger than he is.
  • Heroic BSoD: He suffers two in "Black Yoshi's In Trouble!", one where he's forced to share his chicken with Toad and another one due to having to work at McDonald's and getting stupid customers like Tyrone.
    • In "Black Yoshi The Assistant!", he's mentally broken nearby the end of the video after Junior kept calling him all night.
  • Implausable Deniability: In "Black Yoshi's kids", he tries to claim that his son isn't related to him despite them looking exactly alike. Even after he stops trying to deny that he's the father, he still claims the child looks nothing like him, using that as a reason to hate him.
  • Insane Troll Logic: He tends to operate on this. He thinks that police aren't allowed to search your socks and everything is free for black people on Black Friday.
  • Jerkass: He constantly breaks laws and steals, leeches off of Mario, whines when things don't go his way, never shows true remorse for his actions, will commit murder for petty reasons, and isn't above throwing Mario under the bus and framing him for his own crimes.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He takes advantage of Mario and acts abusive, but he sometimes will help him out when needed.
  • Karma Houdini: In "Black Yoshi's Blank Check!", he fills out a blank check he was sent for one million dollars, and spends the stolen money how he likes, despite multiple warnings not to from Mario. He later plays a real-life version of Call of Duty with Tyrone, kills him, and hides his dead body and the stolen money in Mario's couch. After Mario tells the Brooklyn Guy what really happened after lying to save Black Yoshi from being arrested, Black Yoshi does not take any responsibility for his actions, nor does he show any remorse for them, and Mario is sent to jail.
  • Laser-Guided Karma:
  • Neet: He doesn't have a job and spends most of the day playing Call of Duty, his favorite game.
  • Never My Fault: Always blames the police for arresting him when he commits crimes, thinking they're arresting him simply because he's black.
  • No Pronunciation Guide: He mispronounces things every other sentence, even if they should be extremely easy to say. In one video, he mispronounces every single shape name, even pronouncing octagon as octopus.
  • Politically Incorrect Villain: He dislikes white people.
  • Psychopathic Manchild: Treats Call of Duty — and Xbox One in general — as Serious Business. Best demonstrated in "Jeffy's Mistake!": After Jeffy freaks out (what a surprise) and destroys Black Yoshi's Xbox One, Black Yoshi returns the favor with some There Is No Kill Like Overkill of his own.
  • Put on a Bus: After trying to steal packages from peoples' front doors in "Jeffy's Car Accident", he is charged with grand theft and tampering with the mail, the bail worth $45,000. Mario fails to obtain the money necessary to free him, so it's likely that Black Yoshi will remain in prison until either Mario gets the money or Black Yoshi serves his sentence... or, he will simply fade away like many other characters before him, such as Woody, Shrek, etc.
  • Spoiled Brat: A surprisingly rare adult version of this trope. He always begs for Mario to get him a new Call of Duty game.
  • Too Dumb to Live: Borrows $5,000 from the Loan Dolphin and expects a welfare check to pay it off, to list one example.
  • Took a Level in Dumbass: In 2017, he became even more stupid than he already was, namely relying even more on Insane Troll Logic, and gaining his own distinct dialect involving putting an "s" at the end of many words and mangling words, sometimes insisting they mean something else entirely. He is also completely illiterate (unless it's written in the aforementioned dialect), and can't count, and his crimes became more and more petty.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: Well OK, not by much. He's still a total prick and does break the law for his own benefit (with many of his crimes being the focus of entire videos), but throughout most of the 2014-present era, he's mostly just been mooching off of Mario whenever a new Call of Duty game comes out, and has used his gun a lot less frequently than he used to due to the use of realistic firearms getting videos demonetized. Even if he does shoot someone, he just doesn't use his old Nintendo gun to do it. And even if he does commit a crime, it's often either offscreen or a lot tamer than what he used to do, which is a way larger contrast in comparison to his earlier self, who would drop nukes on people and shoot people over the most minor of things.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Kool-Aid. Grape Kool-Aid to be exact. And he also likes fried chicken a lot too. In "Black Yoshi's in Trouble!", to help Mario reform him, Craig the Devil informs him that there is no Kool-Aid or fried chicken in Hell.
  • Unsympathetic Comedy Protagonist: He's a Jerkass who regularly takes advantage of Mario and would do things like kill Toad just because he played his game of Call Of Duty.
  • Verbal Tic: Constantly says "folk".
  • With Friends Like These...: He essentially mooches off of and exploits Mario.
  • Would Hurt a Child:
    • In "Jeffy's Mistake!", he kills Jeffy just because the latter destroyed his Xbox One. Subverted when it was all Mario's dream.
    • In "The Call Of Duty Blackout", he kills Brooklyn T. Guy's son, just because he wanted to buy Black Yoshi's copy of Call of Duty.
    • In "Black Yoshi The Assistant!", he kills Junior after the latter asks him to wipe his bottom following the former being mentally broken by his demands.
    • In "Black Yoshi's kids", he wants nothing to do with his son and even throws him off a balcony at one point.

Voiced by: Lance Thirtyacre

A green ogre who is addicted to cheesecake and talks about taking a crap a lot. He is another of Mario's friends.

  • Acquired Poison Immunity: The diabetes he got from eating nothing but cheesecake has made him immune to diabetes.
  • Adaptational Jerkass: Shrek could be surly and unreasonable in the films, but for all those moments, it's clear that his heart is firmly in the right place. Here, he's a mooching slob who consistently leaves Mario to deal with his messes.
  • Berserk Button: Don't ever eat his cheesecake; he'll kill you.
  • Big Eater: And not just cheesecake, but he once ate an entire Thanksgiving feast in one sitting. He also once ate an entire plate of raw hot dogs in a contest against Cody.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: How else do you describe someone who spends most of their life eating cheesecake on the toilet?
  • A Day in the Limelight: After starting to decrease in appearances, and getting his and Black Yoshi's roles replaced by Jeffy, he finally gets a major appearance in "Shrek The Babysitter!".
  • Demoted to Extra: Was originally a major character, but has been seen less and less due to the demand for more Jeffy videos.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: Shrek once tricked Mario into eating his feces just because Mario didn't bring him toilet paper. He has also murdered Toad for eating his cheesecake.
    • In "The Bird!", he kills Skittles the bird, just because she ate his food.
  • Fat Bastard: At his worst, he can be this.
  • Fat Idiot: What he is most of the time.
  • Gasshole: He also likes to fart a lot.
  • Get Out!: Receives this from Principal Steinbeck after asking him if he can have cheesecake in Summer School. He naturally obliges.
    • Gets this again from Mario in "The Couch!" after taking a crap on the whole thing. Mario eventually changes his mind though.
  • Good Parents: Probably his only redeeming quality, he's a decent father with his cloned son, Shrek Jr.
  • Green Is Gross: Similar to his canon movie counterpart, he has green skin and many gross habits. This incarnation spends a lot of his time farting, defecating in Mario's toilet, and eating cheesecake without washing his hands first.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: "The Couch!" establishes that for how much he mistreats Mario, he still genuinely considers him a close friend and is miserable without him.
  • Lazy Bum: Spends all day on the toilet eating cheesecake and doesn't seem to have a job.
  • Malicious Misnaming:
    • He has called Chef Pee Pee names such as Chef Pee Hole, Chef Weiner, Chef Penis, Chef Cock, and Chef Donkey.
    • He also frequently calls Mario "Donkey". Taken Up to Eleven in "Shrek's Crappy Wish", wherein Mario refuses to get him more toilet paper unless he calls him by his real name. Despite this, Shrek still calls him "Donkey", claiming that he read it off Mario's driver's license and birth certificate.
      • Not only Mario, he also somehow takes the hobby to call everyone "Donkey", adding words to some names to not confuse it with what he calls Mario.
    Shrek: I'll be watching you Little Donkeys while Donkey takes Black Donkey to see a Police Donkey.
  • Manchild: He may be a fully grown ogre, but he often acts like a spoiled child demanding Mario to get stuff for him while he sits on the toilet all day.
  • Never My Fault: He blames Mario for his own faults, such as clogging up the toilet and using all the toilet paper.
  • Our Ogres Are Hungrier: Considering that Shrek Jr. turns out alright even when he eats cheesecake, this implies that all ogres in the SML-verse do need to eat some cheesecake for sustenance (though in Shrek's case, he eats too much of it).
  • Toilet Humor: And he literally spends most of his time on a toilet as well.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Three words — Sara Lee cheesecake. In "Shrek's Diet!", it is revealed that he's had so much of it, his veins are filled with Velveeta cheese instead of blood, and his body has built up an immunity to diabetes.
  • Uncleanliness Is Next to Ungodliness: It's one thing to be a co-dependent slob, and a whole other thing to be a co-dependent slob who never, ever learns to clean up after himself.
  • Verbal Tic: He calls everyone "Donkey".

    Brooklyn T. Guy 
Voiced by: Chris "Pablo" Netherton

A sarcastic man from Brooklyn who has a lot of jobs; these include firefighter, exterminator, animal wrangler, Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? host, and part-time police officer.

  • Ascended Extra: He hasn't been heard of since his first appearance, but he has returned in "Bowser Junior's Summer School 5" and is now a recurring character.note 
  • Awful Wedded Life: He speaks very negatively about his former marriage whenever he brings it up.
  • Big Damn Heroes: In both "Jeffy's Parents" and "The Secret Door", both of which are Wham Episodes.
  • Call-Back: In "Bowser Junior's Lottery Ticket!", he wins one billion dollars. In "The 1UP!", its revealed that he wasted it all on a plane that crashed into a school.
  • Child Hater: He hates his own son, to the point that he was happy when Black Yoshi killed him.
  • Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: Following his first appearance, he wasn't seen again until "Bowser Junior's Summer School 5", released about three years after his debut.
  • Deadpan Snarker: He can sometimes be this.
  • Dirty Cop: Zig-zagged. "Jeffy's Drivers License!" shows him accepting a bribe from Goodman so the latter can shoot Mario's driver's license into space simply over an extremely minor incident. And he does so without a second thought. At the same time, though, he allows Jeffy to take a driving test so Jeffy can drive Mario for a month until Mario can apply for a new license. In "Black Yoshi's Kids!", however, he outright refuses Black Yoshi's bribe. This suggests that he either had to accept Goodman's bribe or the latter would do something horrible to him, or the chief of police caught wind of him accepting bribes without a second thought and gave him a severe reprimand.
  • Disproportionate Retribution:
    • In "The Purge!", he murders his wife over making him fail his attempt at shooting Junior.
    • In "Bowser Junior Goes to Military School! Part 1", he makes his students do push-ups whenever they talk back to him, and he even squirts hot sauce in Junior's eyes just from the latter failing a task.
    • In "Bowser Junior Goes To The Sun!", he sends Junior to the Sun in order to get him off the planet, and literally out of existence, just because Junior believes the Sun is a planet.
  • Drill Sergeant Nasty: In "Bowser Junior Goes to Military School! Part 1", Brooklyn makes his students do push-ups whenever they talk back to him, go through an obstacle course with barbed wire and land mines ten times a day, whip them with barbed wire, squirt hot sauce in their eyes, and make them watch Big Hero 6.
  • Dynamic Character:
    • Brooklyn's personality sometimes changes in each of his appearances: he can either make sarcastic comments, hog the Idiot Ball around, take the role as the Only Sane Man, or act like a Jerkass.
    • More recently, he can either be in his original position, as a Long John's pizza delivery man, as a GameStop clerk working with his human boss, or as a leader of a Terrible Trio crime group.
  • Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep": When nobody knew his real name at first.
  • Everyone Has Standards: In "Bowser Junior Goes to Military School! Part 1", he tells Junior that if he doesn't grab the bar and pull himself over, he'll whip every single one of his students with barbed wire. When he sees that one of the students is a black kid, he doesn't go through with it, and tells Junior he'll squirt hot sauce in everyone's eyes instead.
  • Evil All Along: Subverted in "The Secret Door!". It was actually his twin brother, DoesBadThings Guy.
  • Fantastic Racism: Zig zagged. On one hand, he seems OK with having Thanksgiving dinner alongside a family of aliens ("Turkey Tyranny!") and was willing to save the life of an ogre despite having little knowledge of their anatomy or how to treat them ("Shrek's Diet!"). However, he does call Junior, Cody and Joseph (who are all turtles) "a bunch of freaks" and kicks them out of his car in "Bowser Junior Sneaks Into A Movie!". What sort of species he is racist against seems to depend on the episode or possibly some unknown standards he has.
  • His Name Really Is "Barkeep": His real name is "Brooklyn T. Guy". In "The New House!", he is implied to be part of the Guy family, and has brothers with first names such as "This", "What", "The", "A", "Chicago", "Manhattan", "San Francisco", "Miami", "Philadelphia" and "Frank" (just "Frank"). Oh, and "Does Bad Things" and "Does Good Things".
  • Hey, You!: Despite mentioning his name numerous times, most of the characters almost never call him Brooklyn Guy, despite having not only his number, but also meeting up with him in almost every episode.
  • Hypocrite: He arrests Mario on false charges of child abuse (among other things) yet he cheered when Black Yoshi killed his son and has tried to or successfully inflicted harm upon Junior (e.g. torturing him at military school, trying to kill him during the Purge and sending him to the Sun to be burnt up because he thinks it's a planet).
  • Idiot Ball: He can sometimes catch the ball in some appearances such as "The Pizza Delivery!", "Chef Pee Pee Quits! Part 2", "Jeffy's Birthday!", and especially "Jeffy's Wifi Problem!".
  • Inspector Lestrade: Unlike Goodman, who was quick to arrest Mario out of sheer spite, Brooklyn Guy doesn't have anything against Mario, and is simply going off of what Mario is accused of. Not that he's any better as his job given what happens in "Jeffy's Bad Word!" and "Locked Out!", and while not as bias as Goodman, makes some pretty broad assumptions (Such as thinking Mario is a child molester solely based on his moustache.)
  • Jerkass: This is shown when he complains to the other characters in "Bowser's House Fire!" and "The Call Of Duty Blackout". He'll also sometimes refuse to help Mario or Junior with their problems and insult everyone around him.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Abrasiveness aside, he's still a decent guy with a good moral compass.
  • Manchild: As of 2018, this has cropped up as yet another way he screws over Mario. In "Jeffy's Birthday Surprise!", he intentionally ruins Jeffy's birthday since Mario didn't wish him a happy birthday and in "Jeffy's Drivers License!", part of the driving test has him acting like a bratty kid demanding a Happy Meal only to fail Jeffy just because the Happy Meal didn't come with a toy. Need you be reminded that he's a grown man?
  • No Name Given: Though he claims his real name isn't important. In "Bowser Junior Loses Thomas!", he works as a Toys R Us employee. When Chef Pee Pee asks him where his name tag is, he states that he doesn't have a name tag because he doesn't have a name. It's later confirmed that his full name is Brooklyn T. Guy.
  • New Job as the Plot Demands: He has has over 30 different jobs.
  • Only Sane Man: He's one of the only puppets who's not actually weird or a moron.
  • Police Are Useless: Brooklyn is generally not a very reliable cop whenever it's his job. Not only is he prone to shirking his duties for personal gain, he'll also allow others to bribe him with money and he has twice taken stuff he otherwise accused Black Yoshi of stealing. Worse yet, he has also arrested others (especially Mario) without due process.
    • He also thought Mario raped Jeffy without any actual proof. Mario's attempts to explain what really happened only results in him being accused of rape, as well as child abuse and vehicular assault, while also being humiliated on a global scale.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Blue to Mr. Goodman's Red.
  • Sir Swears-a-Lot: As of 2017, he is slowly starting to become this.
  • They Killed Kenny Again: With many other SML characters, he has died multiple times, only to return without explanation in the next episode.
    • In "The Purge!", he gets shot by Chef Pee Pee while they argue on who will kill Junior.
    • In "Pop Rocks and Coke!", his head explodes after telling Junior that he did the Pop Rocks and Coke trick when he was 19.
    • In "Evil Chef Pee Pee!", he gets shot by evil Chef Pee Pee after the latter steals his gun.
    • In "Bowser Junior's 8th Birthday!", he gets eaten alive by the Freddy Fazbear's Pizza animatronics alongside Junior's friends and Chef Pee Pee.
    • In "The Magical Button!", he dies after Junior uses the titular button to wish for a golden fidget spinner.
  • Took a Level in Dumbass: He eventually began to become almost as dumb and gullible as the other characters.
  • Would Hurt a Child:
    • He has tortured Junior repeatedly in the Bowser Junior Goes To Military School! series, to the point of having Junior broken both physically and mentally.
      • Not only that, but he has also tortured some other students and even ended up killing them with land mines. Out of all the students who were enrolled in military school, only Junior survived, and believe me, he didn't look too pretty when he came back home.
    • Additionally, he actually sends Junior to the Sun to get him killed just because he's offended by Junior believing the Sun is a planet.
    • He also tried to help Chef Pee Pee kill Junior in the "The Purge!".
    • In "Pinch! Pinch! Pinch!", he ends up shooting Junior just because the latter won't stop pinching him over not wearing green.
    • In "Jeffy's Sleepover!", he states he had strangled a kid for refusing to hand him the second bag of Cheez-Its he had previously attempted to get from a vending machine.

Voiced by: Lance Thirtyacre

A cowboy who is addicted to shrimpos, beer and NASCAR. He is yet another of Mario's friends.

Voiced by: Lovell Stanton

A Toad that is a complete moron, who is also a rap star by the rap name of Milk, and is friends with Junior, Joseph, Cody, and Mario.

  • All Men Are Perverts: Obviously. And he likes to chase those strippers.
  • Ambiguously Bi: Nowadays, Toad is a massive pervert and seems to lust over women like how most rappers view them, usually having at least one woman by his side. Yet it's possible that he's also a bisexual, as earlier videos also show him flirting and pulling moves on Mario, as most evident in "Mario's Wig!", and Black Yoshi even calls him gay numerous times when he gets too clingy during "Toad is Cool!"
  • Brother–Sister Incest: He is seen making out with a Toadette throughout the "Summer School" series. The kicker? That's his sister! Even Junior seems genuinely freaked out by what Toad is implying.
  • The Chew Toy: Earlier videos Toad was in were mainly about most of the characters hating and abusing him.
  • Chubby Chaser: Toad really wants an obese woman to sit on him.
  • Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: Once a series regular and one of the earliest cast members of the series, his number of appearances has dwindled overtime to the point where he very rarely appears in a newer episode, if at all. note  It's unknown why, but probably because his usual habits and personality would get newer videos demonetized/age-restricted or simply to focus on fans of Jeffy.
  • Demoted to Extra: Along with the rest of Mario's housemates, Toad doesn't appear as often once Joseph and Cody became recurring characters.
  • Dirty Kid: Is very perverted for someone who's seemingly the same age as Junior.
  • The Friend Nobody Likes: He lives with Mario and his friends, but they find him incredibly annoying most of the time.
  • Idiot Ball: He hogs the ball whenever he's on-screen.
  • Informed Occupation: Toad is apparently a very successful rapper in the SML universe. While several of his songs do get played in some of SML's videos and he does have his own recording studio, Toad's life largely remains the same. He still lives with Mario despite actually having a job that probably earns him enough for Toad to get his own place (As opposed to Black Yoshi and Shrek), is still going to school (with implications that his grades are rather poor as evident by his failed tutoring with Junior), doesn't seem to be going on any tours nor have much in terms of record deals either (Which are a big deal in the music industry), and while not as often as earlier videos, is still largely a Butt-Monkey. The only real thing Toad has done to further his career is trying to eliminate any other rappers competing for the top spot (the fact that he resorted to murder at all probably meant that either Jeffy did something right and Toad lost his appeal overtime, or he was never that popular in the industry to begin with if Jeffy could take the top spot), and sometimes have a woman by his side (Which A: Usually doesn't last long, and B: Ends up being related to him).
  • Insane Troll Logic: Runs off of idiotic thinking constantly.
  • The Perfectionist: This guy has Manfred Von Karma-levels of perfectionism! No matter what, he will stay the number one rapper, and if anyone dares to top him in the charts, he guns them down! Which begs the question, how much new talent has he killed off?
  • The Prankster: In addition to being a giant pervert, he also likes to play pranks.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: After they accidentally poisoned Chef Pee Pee to death as an April Fools prank, he and Junior find out that it's April the 2nd. Toad comments they are screwed and runs away.
  • Self-Harm: He's shown on occasion to cut himself.
  • Small Name, Big Ego: In "Bowser Junior's Homework", he claims to be a genius, when he is anything but.
  • Straw Misogynist: While Toad arguably has scored more women than Mario of all people, "Toad's Girlfriend!" shows that he's not particularly nice to them, as he's seen forcing himself onto Toadette despite her clearly trying to resist him, and he also tells her to go make him a sandwich later in the video. It's not so much that Toad is abusive like Black Yoshi so much as he's just a shallow prick.
  • The Rival: When it comes to rapping, he is this to Jeffy.
  • Throw the Dog a Bone: Toad's earlier appearances had him constantly getting bullied by his housemates and lacking any sort of genuine friends. But nowadays, not only is he a rapper, but he's actually managed to get some new friends in the form of Junior, Cody, Joseph and a few others. It's not focused on too much, but still, he deserves it after putting up with Mario, Black Yoshi, and Shrek for so long.
  • They Killed Kenny Again: Just as many other SML characters, he has died multiple times, only to return without explanation in the next episode.
    • In "Shrek's Big Crap", he chokes to death after he passes by the bathroom door and smells the bad odor from Shrek's crap.
    • In "Mario and Luigi's stupid and dumb adventures. Season 2 Episode 3", Black Yoshi shoots him, while Toad was walking by.
    • In "Shrek's Costume", he gets shot multiple times by Black Yoshi.
    • In "Toad's Mistake" (as well as the 2017 remake), Mario and Mama Luigi put him in the microwave and kill him, just because Toad touched Mama Luigi's nickel.
    • In "Toad's Mistake 2", he gets killed by a nuke by Black Yoshi, just because he wanted to play Call of Duty.
    • In "Toad's New Ball", he gets run over by Woody.
    • In "The Perfect Pizza", he is sliced into pieces by Chef Pee Pee after the latter has run out of mushrooms for Bowser's pizza and believes Toad is an actual mushroom.
    • In "Black Yoshi's Bad Deal", he cons Black Yoshi with empty PS4 and Xbox One boxes, getting shot by Black Yoshi in response.
    • In "Bowser's Salad Wrap", he's cooked alive in the oven by Chef Pee Pee along with a horse.
    • He gets shot by Black Yoshi in "Black Yoshi's Job" while the latter was babysitting Junior.
    • Shrek mauls him in a blender in "Toad's Mistake 3", after finding out Toad has been eating his cheesecake. It is obviously Toad's fault too since he hid in the blender in the first place.
  • Too Dumb to Live: For example: He eats Shrek's cheesecake and hides in a blender to avoid Shrek, completely forgetting the blender is see-through glass, so Shrek spots him easily and then grinds him up into a gory, disgusting blob with the blender.
  • Vague Age: Toad's age is not exactly made clear. Nowadays, he's presented as being roughly around the same age as Junior and his friends (being in 1st Grade and all), seeing as they go to the same school together. However, Toad has been in SML videos a lot longer than Junior has, so that would mean Toad was around preschool or kindergarten age at the time (which makes his Butt-Monkey status a lot more horrifying in hindsight.) Now remember that he also became a rapper around that time too.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: With Jeffy. When it comes to rapping, Toad is relentless and will do anything to win, even if it means trying to murder him! That being said, he seems to get along with Jeffy at school and is quite friendly with him otherwise.

Recurring characters

    Jackie Chu 
Voiced by: Lance Thirtyacre

A stereotypical Asian with a PhD in Calculus. He was Junior's teacher in Summer School, for a while in the first grade, and currently in the new 2016/17 school series.

  • Asian Speekee Engrish: All the time, and has many of the Chinese stereotypes as well.
  • Catch Phrase: "You DUMB!"
  • Cool Teacher: Of all the teachers, he's the most respected and well-liked.
  • Ditzy Genius: He has a PHD in calculus, won "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?" without using any of his lifelines, and did well in a competition of the smartest people in the world. However, he sometimes lacks common sense, believing that you have to say every letter in the alphabet twice, that photosynthesis works by taking a photo of a plant, and that all food includes dogmeat.
  • Genius Bruiser: Jackie is a skilled martial artist and can easily take down anyone who crosses him, but most videos seem to show a more intellectual side of him, as not only does he have a PhD in Calculus, Jackie Chu has also demonstrated a rather impressive IQ that rivals (and arguably surpasses) Cody. This is evident whenever he is competing in quiz shows (that are often really difficult by the way) like "who Wants To Be A Millionare?" (named after the quiz show of the same name) and the "International World's Smartest Person Competition" in "Smart Jeffy!"
  • He-Man Woman Hater: Possibly. On one hand, he is a married man. However, he seems to encourage his students to kill their babies if they are girls.
  • Informed Flaw: Jackie Chu apparently has really bad eyesight due to his slanted eyes, as evident during the "Summer School" series where he draws a bunch of scribbles on the whiteboard, and again during "The Test!", where his vision could almost be mistaken for blindness. Yet despite these eye problems, not only is Jackie Chu a karate master, and a beloved teacher, he also has a PhD in Calculus. How he managed to do so when he can't even write his name is never explained.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: In "Chef Pee Pee's Birthday", Chef Pee Pee has a crappy birthday thanks to Bowser, Junior, and his deadbeat father. While Jackie Chu still calls Chef Pee Pee dumb, he does give him a shirt with his name on it, which his kids made in a sweatshop, and informs him he will also be getting an iPad in the mail. He even invites Chef Pee Pee to help him name his pregnant wife's upcoming child.
  • Large Ham: Good Lord, does he chew the scenery with his Asian Speekee Engrish.
  • New Job as the Plot Demands: Jackie started off as a chef for Bowser, then became a teacher for Junior (both as a kung-fu master and at his school), and also an investor for Nintendo.
  • Politically Incorrect Hero: Jackie may be a Cool Teacher but he has also expected his students to kill their female babies for their school project and, worse yet, kicked Junior, Joseph and Cody out of his class simply because they are turtles.
  • The Smart Guy: The smartest character on the show as he has a PhD in Calculus, and he regularly brings this up many times.

    Mr. Goodman 
Voiced by: Lance Thirtyacre

An agressive, foul-mouthed businessman with an indescribable obsession with crushing testicles and nipples of those who displeases, is Mario's landlord and threatens some outlandish punishment when the latter can't make his mortgage payments. He's incredibly greedy, as well, embodying the evil side of capitalism due to the fact he owns a lot of businesses and can bribe Brooklyn T. guy when he acts as a police officer. Was also a police officer during the earlier episodes.

  • Abusive Parents: He is briefly shown to be this at the end of "Mr. Goodman's Son!". Although one may have no doubt he'll gladly spoil him, he doesn't take kindly to his son Richard learning his lesson that money can't buy you everything and promptly smacks the Airpods of his head.
  • Amoral Attorney: He qualifies in "Jeffy's Shirt!", where Goodman tells Mario that his million dollar check is void (Which to be fair, is more Mario's fault than Goodman's) and that he is going to put it in the shredder. Only to then reveal that he stabbed his client in the back and changed his name to Poopy Butt, goes on to cash the check knowing full well that it was Mario's (Even holding said check in his driver's license photo) and brags about it just to rub salt in the wound.
  • Bad Boss: Working for Goodman is clearly a hassle. He's often rude, hypocritical, and treats everyone around him like dirt. Both Chef Pee Pee ("Chef Pee Pee Quits!") and Brooklyn T. Guy clearly can't stand him and it's clear only obey him out of fear.
  • Bad Cop/Incompetent Cop: Sometimes slips in this territory for being unprofessional in his police job.
  • Berserk Button: If he sees a chainsaw in your apartment, you'll be EVICTED from it.
    • Also, if you don't pay him your house payment, and he will verbally shut you down. He's even threatened physical harm on more than one occasion because of this.
    • If anyone DARES to steal his credit card information, he will mail himself to your house and bite your nipples off. Black Yoshi learned it the hard way in Black Yoshi's Big Bamboozle!
  • Big Bad: As of Jeffy's Piggy Bank until 2019, he has essentially become the main antagonist of the series.
  • Catch Phrase: "Breaking news, m'kay?"
  • Characterization Marches On: Originally, Goodman was just more of an everyman with Mr. Mackey-like mannerisms, and was formally the guy with all the jobs. Come 2016, his character has changed drastically into someone much more greedy and malicious, and his jobs have all become being the owner of several businesses and households and a newscaster.
  • Cluster F-Bomb:
    • He says the F word multiple times in "Bowser Junior's Credit Card!" as he repossesses all of the stuff Junior bought with his credit card.
    • Repeated again in "The Koopalings! Part 2" when he checks the apartment for chainsaws and evicts Mario and Bowser from the apartment when he finds the couch cut in half.
    • "Nintendo Switch" seems to have him completely turned into a foul-mouthed character.
    "Let me in, fuckhead!"
    "Yes, it's a safe! It's heavy as fuck!"
    "Next time, if you decide to fuck me, your nutsack in my mouth, m'kay?"
  • Corrupt Corporate Executive: Post-"The Koopalings! Part 2" episodes have him being in control of Mario's property, whether it's his house or even gaming products as well as being "Rich as fuck." That being said, Goodman is a really aggressive man who usually threatens to steal all of Mario's possessions and clearly not reasonable in the slightest. Worse still is his threats of violence against Mario (most often involving doing some to his testicles), and the fact he knows he can get away with it because he's rich and, as shown in "Jeffy's Drivers License!", can easily bribe the police since Brooklyn T. Guy is a Dirty Cop.
  • A Day in the Limelight: "The Bet!" is the first video to feature Goodman as the lead character.
  • Demoted to Extra: Doesn't appear as often, since Brooklyn T. Guy started making more appearances.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: He has pretty exaggerated punishments when it comes to giving Mario orders.
    • In "Nintendo Switch", he vows to bite off Mario's testicles if he finds the titular console lost or broken.
    • In "The Diamond!", he says that he would sew his ballsack to Mario's mouth if something happens to the titular diamond.
    • In "Jeffy The Rapper 2", he threatens to twist Mario's nipple really hard if he doesn't pay his house payments by midnight. As if that wasn't enough, he also vows to rip it off his chest and eat it. He even tells him about a victim of his nipple-twisting, of whom he calls "No Nipple Tim".
    • In "Jeffy's Drivers License!" he completely loses it. He revokes Mario's drivers license, buy a rocket ship for 3 billion to strap the license on, bribes the police so he can get away with it, and forces Mario to watch said rocket launch just because Mario bumped into Goodman's Lambo with zero damage done. Adding insult to injury, Goodman himself decided to park his car in Mario's driveway, so he did all that to Mario over something that was his fault too. It wouldn't be surprising if Goodman parked his car in Mario's driveway intentionally.
  • The Dreaded: With all the horrible stuff he can get away with, it's no wonder Mario can't stand up to him. Not only is Goodman implied to be incredibly strong, it's also implied that, if given a reason, he could bribe the police to have Mario arrested on trumped-up charges.
  • Even Bad Men Love Their Mamas: In "Chef Pee Pee Goes to Hollywood!", he forgives a $50,000 debt simply because Chef Pee Pee made a meal with a blue waffle, something his mother always made for him as a child. This shows that Goodman is not completely heartless.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: While Goodman does use his policeman job to abuse his power and is no friend of kids, even he seems visibly disturbed by Bubbles lying about prison to Toad's class and making it seem cool in "Summer School 2", implying that Goodman at the very least wants to discourage children from going to prison. note 
  • Evil Debt Collector: In episodes where he demands Mario's house payment, threatening to torture Mario in various ways (this later became mere eviction after the demonetization debacle).
  • Expy: His general disposition in recent years calls to mind Henry F. Potter, albeit a much more extreme version.
  • Face–Heel Turn: He has became this in recent videos due to how much of a mean and antagonistic jerk he is when he treats poor Mario like garbage, torments him, extorts him under the guise of "house payments", is so incredibly greedy that he feels the need to own everything in sight and rule over the middle-class with an iron fist, views women as property, and overall cannot be reasoned with. You either acquiesce with his demands, or die.
  • Good Hurts Evil: Since his Face–Heel Turn, he has become so immersed in his own evil that every time he does something nice, he suffers physical pain.
  • Hate Sink: He's a greedy corporate jerkass who verbally treats Mario like crap and almost hardly ever gets any form of comeuppance, since Logan apparently thinks greedy assholes getting away with doing horrible things is somehow funny. Not only that, but Goodman is one of Logan's favorite characters, and is Lance's favorite character overall, despite the fact most of the fanbase hates his guts and want to see him face justice or outright Killed Off for Real (many fans have also theorized that the current Goodman is his twin brother, Badman, much like how Brooklyn T. Guy was replaced by Does Bad Things Guy.
  • Hypocrite:
    • In the Chef Pee Pee Quits! series, he kills Tyrone Calvin without reason and orders Chef Pee Pee to run over a kid who was attacking him, yet when Pee Pee tazes Bowser, Goodman scolds him. Obviously, Chef Pee Pee calls him out on this.
    • In "The Watch!", Goodman freaks out particularly at Brooklyn T. Guy over his Rolex watch getting stolen and chews out Mario for giving away the other watch as it didn't belong to him. This coming from a guy who took a check given to Jeffy and a lottery ticket that belonged to Mario despite already being rich.
  • Humiliation Conga: In "The Bet!", he loses all of his money to a bet after Chef Pee Pee unexpectedly wins a cooking competition, is promptly fired from all of his jobs, and then is subject to what Chef Pee Pee usually goes through, including cleaning a toilet after Shrek used it.
  • I'm a Humanitarian: For whatever reason, he seems obsessed with eating male testicles and nipples (represented in Lance's Q&A videos by gumballs and marshmallows, respectively), and it's implied his collection of house payments are an elaborate extortion racket to get more testicles and nipples, especially in Mario's case, as Brooklyn T. Guy (really Does Bad Things Guy) gave him the house for free.
  • Inspector Javert: Tons of his early appearances involve Goodman arresting Mario above all others, or at the very least attempt to do so (Especially in the Stupid and Dumb Adventures' series) Less so nowadays due to being a successful businessman, but he still has traces of it here and there to contrast Brooklyn Guy's impulsive recklessness and general incompotence.
  • Ironic Name: Goodman is anything BUT a good person. He is either incompetent and idiotic at best, or a gigantic Jerkass that rivals the likes of Bowser at worse.
  • Jerkass: Recent videos show that he is REALLY easy to piss off. But even back then, Goodman would clearly show bias against Mario and was usually the one who would get him thrown in jail, or at least attempt it.
    • "Jeffy's Piggy Bank!" takes it a step further by implying he views women as property, as he threatened to take Rosalina if Mario didn't pay his house payments.
  • Jerkass Has a Point:
    • In "Black Yoshi's Black Friday!", Goodman complains about Mario asking him for money, when Mario can't even make his house payments on time. Though it's implied Goodman grossly underpays Mario for his work at Nintendo, as well.
    • In "Jeffy Gets a Job!", he fires Jeffy, Savannah, and Brooklyn T. Guy from Jimmy John's for the respective offenses of giving away free sandwiches, stealing money from the cash register, and keeping a money thief employed simply for her high-quality sandwiches.
  • Karma Houdini Warranty: For most of his appearances, he never receives any comeuppance for his actions, no matter how immoral they are or how much he makes Mario suffer, especially since he swears a lot and threatens testicular violence. "The Bet!" finally rectifies this.
    • He also attempts to win a "Get Out of Hell Free Card" in "The Costume Contest!" because, in his own words, he's done some fucked-up things in his life. Of course, he doesn't get it because the whole contest was another one of Craig the Devil's Poke the Poodle stunts. Yep. Goodman's going to Hell, alright.
  • Killed Mid-Sentence: In "The Magical Button!" after Junior kills him by pressing the titular button for a pack of Hubba Bubba.
    Goodman: Breaking News, m'kay? It— (collapses, broadcast cuts off)
  • Laughably Evil: He has a pretty dark sense of humor, and is prone to exaggerating things to comical proportions.
  • New Jobs As The Plot Demands: Before Brooklyn T. Guy got back from the bus and became a recurring character, Goodman was the guy who would often be seen with different jobs, specifically a police officer.
  • Non-Indicative Name: Since 2016, Goodman has become far more aggressive, foul-mouthed and boastful about his fortune, constantly extorting Mario under the guise of "house payments" and frequently claiming that people "fucked him", far from what a good man does. This has led fans to believe that the Goodman in the newer videos is actually his evil twin (whom many have named "Badman"), much like how Does Bad Things Guy replaced Brooklyn T. Guy from "The New House!" to "The Secret Door!".
  • Never My Fault: Happens in "Jeffy's Drivers License!" The episode begins with Mario about to drive Jeffy to school, only for Goodman, driving on the wrong side of the road, to park right in front of Mario's driveway as he's backing out. Mario then lightly hits his Lambo. As per usual, Goodman blows his staff.
  • Obfuscating Disability: In "Jeffy Plays Baseball!", Goodman fakes being paralyzed after Jeffy knocks him out with a baseball bat and demands Mario wait on him hand and foot. Only when a fed-up Mario states he'll take Goodman's Lamborghini as payback does Goodman reveal he was never actually paralyzed.
  • Obstructive Bureaucrat: Goodman will do whatever he can to get in Mario's way, whether that's arresting him, or threatening to cause physical harm to the poor guy.
  • Out-of-Character Moment: He has went into swearing fits and stupidity several times in recent videos. You can't even tell he's the good old Goodman anymore.
  • Politically Incorrect Villain: He views women as property, and once bought Jeffy from Mario.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Red to Brooklyn T. Guy's Blue.
  • Screw the Rules, I Have Money!: The one time Mario called the police on Goodman in "Jeffy's Drivers License!", Goodman outright bribed Brooklyn Guy to look the other way, a bribe he happily accepted. It's heavily implied that the entire police department is corrupt and takes bribes from Goodman on a regular basis, hence why he rarely, if ever, experiences any comeuppance.
  • Sir Swears-a-Lot: After flanderization, he continuously swears at the gang frequently, although this seems to have died away since the 2017 Adpocalypse.
  • Took a Level in Jerkass: Became more aggressive and foul-mouthed during the 2016 videos, and it's stuck with him ever since.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: Starting in 2019, he was somewhat rerailed. This is best shown in "Mr. Goodman's Son!", in which he doesn't threaten Mario with some outlandish punishment for not being able to make his house payment, but instead calmly asks if he'll babysit his son while he goes to take a piss on the moon. When he appears again at the end, he continued being civil with Mario, only losing his cool with his own son. This indicates that Logan has gotten the message about the fans utterly hating Goodman's guts. However, in subsequent house payment videos, Goodman was back to making unreasonable demands of Mario, but he only went as far as threatening eviction since his previous threats of ludicrous mutilation would get the videos demonetized. And in "The Human Potion!", he was evicting Bowser for being a turtle, and the worst he did was threaten to call animal control, doing so in a very calm manner like he would pre-2016. And in 2020, he stopped pestering Mario for house payments altogether, only coming up in "Jeffy's Scooter!" when Richard Goodman threatens to sic his father on Mario for not letting him in. However, in "Scooter the Rapper!", he was back to pestering Mario, even using a lightbulb for an Implied Death Threat, and in "Jeffy's Car Accident!", any kindness levels he had taken were completely gone, as he was back to the old jerkass Goodman who bullies Mario because he's rich and has the police at his beck and call, and never gets any comeuppance.
  • Verbal Tic: "M'kay".
  • Villainous Friendship: During his time in the police force, Goodman appears to be somewhat good friends with Bubbles. Oh sure, he'll still arrest him, but they still seem to get along, are even implied to have slept together at one point ("Summer School 2"), and Goodman himself doesn't really seem to care about any of Bubbles' victims (Hell, it's implied in "Mad Cell" of "Mario and Luigi's Stupid and Dumb Adventures" Season 2 that he's either aware of Bubbles raping people and doesn't care or is even paying him to do it and is actively supporting it somehow.)
  • Yank the Dog's Chain: His entire appearance in "Jeffy's Paper Shredder!" counts as this. He threatens to use Mario's nipples as a jump rope, and when Mario tries to explain about his shredded up lottery ticket, Goodman goes to "recycle" it, only to then fix it with tape and take all the cash for himself. Then he shows up to not only brag about it in front of Mario's face, but doesn't even share a dime with him despite Mario being the one who got the ticket in the first place. To be fair, Goodman does pay for Mario's house payments, but even then, Goodman says that doing so caused him physical harm, and proceeds to threaten Mario again if he doesn't pay his car payments by the next day.

    Craig the Devil 
Voiced by: Chris "Pablo" Netherton

A devil who owns Hell.

  • Affably Evil: He's a pretty nice guy for a portrayal of the devil.
  • Big Red Devil
  • Evil Is Petty: In "Evil Bowser", some of his ideas in helping Bowser get his evil back include leaving the water running in Bowser's own house and overturning a glass of water.
  • Ninja Pirate Zombie Robot: He’s a devil who dresses and talks like a Classical Movie Vampire.
  • Poke the Poodle: His idea of being evil usually amounts to this.
  • Put on a Bus: Due to YouTube's advertiser-friendly guidelines, videos with Craig in them keep getting demonetized, which lead to Logan having to retire him from the series.
    • The Bus Came Back: This didn't last long, as Craig returned in the 2018 video "The Costume Contest!", seemingly as a massive middle finger towards YouTube.
  • Red and Black and Evil All Over: This is especially prominent in "Super Bowl Commercials", where he advertises Crazy Craig's Car Dealership. The only two colors of the cars he sells are red and black.
  • Strange Minds Think Alike: Shares Jeffy's idea to call a magician to make the dead body disappear in "The Dead Body."
  • The Devil Is a Loser: For the ruler of hell, he's generally a meek pushover who is rarely taken seriously.
  • Tom the Dark Lord: Craig the Devil isn't really a name that instills fear into people.
  • Vampire Vords: Has a rather vampiric voice for a devil.
  • 0% Approval Rating: In "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? Part 2", he uses a lifeline to ask the audience to help him answer a question. All four answers result in 0%, and the Brooklyn Guy asks the audience if their keypads are broken. He soon finds out that the audience deliberately chose not to help Craig.

Played by: Lovell Stanton

A lively entertainer who's the title character of Bowser's favorite Show Within a Show, Charleyyy and Friends.

  • Abusive Parents: Once threw his infant daughter down a staircase out of stupidity. It's just a baby doll, but still.
  • Catch Phrase: "Hi guys, I'm Charleyyy!"
  • The Ditz: The whole show is about him trying to do everyday tasks, but he always does them in the most ridiculous fashion, such as literally looking for his job when he loses it.
  • Gretzky Has the Ball: In "Bowser Goes To The Movies!" he happily declares a touchdown while getting a hole-in-one in golf.
  • Laugh Track: Accompanied by a studio audience constantly.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: He once caused Bowser to think he has kidney stones, thus leading to Junior making a big mess in the kitchen using Diet Coke and Mentos, much to the latter's own fear and Bowser's and Chef Pee Pee's anger.
  • Sitcom: His show parodies the formula of over-the-top sitcoms about an idiot main character.
  • Small Role, Big Impact: His segments inflict the main plot elements of videos such as "Black Yoshi's Job", "Bowser Junior's Big Mess!", "Bowser's Goldfish!", and "The Fishing Trip!".
  • Spell My Name with an "S": His name has three Y's at the end of it. In "Jeffy and Junior's Big Heist!", Junior asks Charleyyy why his name is spelled like that, and Charleyyy tells him that he got each "Y" for each divorce he had, because he wonders why he even got married in the first place.

A twerking teddy bear who often briefly appears as a stripper only for her father to show up, angrily screaming her name.
  • Shaking the Rump: Almost all of her appearances involve her twerking.
  • Family-Friendly Stripper: Is always fully clothed. Her outfit is most likely sewn on though, and her original creators may have intended this as part of the joke.
  • Dying Race: According to Logan, Candy's line of teddy bears are no longer being manufactured.

    Doofy The Dragon 
Voiced by: Lance Thirtyacre

A demented green dragon and the star of Junior's favorite kids show, Doofy The Dragon.

  • Ax-Crazy: Prone to violent fits of rage.
  • Depraved Kids' Show Host: Depraved doesn't even begin to describe it. In his show, he has slaughtered animals, promoted drug usage, hosted not one, but two mass suicides, and has a knife as a prize in his cereal!
  • Disproportionate Retribution: Doofy has gone berserk over relatively small things.
  • Domestic Abuse: He has beaten up his ex-wife and threatens to kill her sometimes.
  • Driven to Suicide: Kills himself in almost every episode in regard to his terrible home life.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: He is prone to losing his cool pretty easily.
  • Lazy Bum: Heavily implied in a couple episodes where he immediately gives up on teaching kids how to tie their shoes, another where he didn't pay any bills, and another where he states that he has to start being responsible when he has to do laundry.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: Lighting himself on fire in one episode inspired Junior to start a fire, leading to his house burning down.
  • Small Role, Big Impact: Like Charleyyy, he is responsible for causing the main plot elements in such cases like "Bowser's House Fire!" and "Pop Rocks and Coke!", which is almost never brought up again after it happens.
  • Suicide as Comedy: Frequently kills himself as a form of entertainment.
  • They Killed Kenny Again: He dies only to come back to kill himself again, and so on.
  • Unexplained Recovery: After killing himself in one episode, he always comes back alive as if he never committed suicide.

    Patrick Coleman 
Voiced by: Chris "Pablo" Netherton

A depraved boy who constantly remarks things as being "crazy", and Emily's brother. He is one of Bowser Junior's classmates in the first grade.

  • Abusive Parents: It's hinted in a few episodes that his mother wants Patrick out of her life.
    • In "The Magical Button!", Patrick is shown to be locked up inside a cage.
    • In "Black Yoshi's Job Interview!", he's shown calling 911 after his mother abandons him in a park at night.
  • Catch Phrase: "That is so crazy!"
  • Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: The Foolish to Emily's Responsible.
  • Keet: He appears to always be on a sugar rush.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Red to Emily's Blue.
  • They Killed Kenny Again: Just like many other SML characters, he has died multiple times, only to return without explanation in the next episode.
    • He gets run over by Chef Pee Pee in "Chef Pee Pee Quits! Part 3", after he started attacking Officer Goodman.
    • He gets mistakenly shot down by the Loan Dolphin in "The Hitman" when Mario was trying to get him to kill Jeffy.
    • In "Black Yoshi's Job Interview!", he gets mauled by a coyote.

    Emily Coleman
Voiced by: Lance Thirtyacre's ex-girlfriend
Patrick's sister. She is one of Bowser Junior's classmates in the first grade.


Voiced by: Lance Thirtyacre

A Hispanic illegal immigrant, and Patrick's best friend. He is one of Bowser Junior's classmates in the first grade.

  • Catch Phrase: "That's loco!", a Spanish variant of Patrick's catchphrase.
  • Gratuitous Spanish
  • New Job as the Plot Demands: In "Bowser Junior's Playtime 4", he plays the parts of a divorce lawyer for Junior and Joseph's divorce, the justice of the peace for Sally (Cody) and Ken's wedding, and the doctor for the birth of Sally's daughter.

    D-Money (Kid)

Played by: Lovell Stanton

A gangster kid who is one of Bowser Junior's classmates in the first grade.


Voiced by: Anthony Miller

An ugly and obese kid who is one of Bowser Junior's classmates. His name is short for "Fatso".

  • And a Diet Coke: In "First Day of School!", the episode that introduces his character, he is surrounded by Twinkies, a Hershey's Candy Bar, Zebra Cakes, and a Diet Pepsi.
  • Big Eater: Even in the middle of impersonating Santa (don't ask).
  • Sweet Tooth: Look at his snacks (and drink).

    Tyrone Calvin

Voiced by: Lovell Stanton

Cody's black Jewish step-father. He is mostly the opposite of his step-wife, who treats Cody nicely.

  • All Men Are Perverts: He wanted to get into a threesome with his wife and Chef Pee Pee once.
  • Ambiguously Jewish: Just like his own step-son.
  • Berserk Button: Don't call him the N-word or the F-Word (The OTHER F-Word).
  • Cloudcuckoolander: In "Jeffy's Bad Word", he got angry with Mario for wanting a white light bulb, and demanded Mario to buy a black light bulb, because "Black Lights Matter".
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: He usually has this trait. In fact, in "Cody's House", he got mad when he noticed Cody's mother raping Chef Pee Pee because he "wasn't invited". He also beat up Mario and Junior when they ended up pressing his Berserk Button.
  • Jerkass: Especially in his appearances with Cody.
  • They Killed Kenny Again: With many other SML characters, he has died multiple times, only to return without explanation in the next episode.
    • "Chef Pee Pee Quits! Part 2" has Officer Goodman shooting him because he's black. Goodman then covers his murder stating that he was beaten up by Calvin to justify his murder.
    • Black Yoshi kills him in "Black Yoshi's Blank Check!" while playing Call of Duty in real life with REAL guns.
  • Too Dumb to Live: In "Black Yoshi's Blank Check!", he willingly played real-life Call of Duty with Black Yoshi using real guns and died because of it. This causes a visit from Brooklyn T. Guy, which ends in Mario getting arrested despite telling the truth.
  • Wacky Parent, Serious Child: One of the Wacky Parents to Cody's Serious Child.

    Judy Nutkiss

Voiced by: Chris "Pablo" Netherton

Cody's mother. She treats her son nicely and speaks her mind, but she doesn't have as much intelligence as her own son.

  • All Women Are Lustful: She once had the hots for Chef Pee Pee.
  • Amazingly Embarrassing Parents: She tends to embarrass Cody from time to time, such as in "Bowser Junior's 6th Birthday", when she asks him if he needs to go to the restroom, and even offers to help him pull his pants down.
  • Cannot Tell Fiction from Reality: As mentioned down below, she thinks what she has seen on Spongebob Squarepants is real, such that she tried to teach the class about "marine biology" using that show as a reference in "The Substitute Teacher!" and in Cody's Mistake, she refused to let Cody go to the beach with his friends because she thought Sandy Cheeks would emerge from the ocean to karate-chop him. Even Cody (who is a kid, mind you) knows it's just a cartoon.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Among other things, she believes a sentient cheeseburger was the true leader of the Nazi Party and used Hitler as a puppet, that SpongeBob SquarePants is a nature documentary, and in "Cody's Mistake!", she forbade Cody to go to the beach, believing that, since SpongeBob is a nature documentary, Sandy was going to come out of the water and karate chop him to death.
  • Fat Comic Relief: Junior constantly makes fun of her weight, even to her face. This seems to extend to the universe itself making fun of her for it. In one video, when Cody shoots Junior with a ray that transforms people into sea life, he turns into her instead, because she's a "whale". In another video, when a "Learn the sounds of animals" toy is used and the arrow lands on the cow, the toy states "The cow says..." and than plays a voice clip of her saying "I love you Codykins!"
  • Horrible Judge of Character: She is completely oblivious to Junior's bratty behavior in "Bowser Junior's 6th Birthday", and takes his insults as compliments.
  • Hypocrite: In "Cody's New Family!", she calls out Tyrone for cheating on her with Boquisha (which resulted in the birth of Sprinkle) and successfully divorces from him. This from the woman who has also cheated on Tyrone more than once (and even raped Chef Pee Pee).
  • Nice Girl: Clueless as she is, she's still one of the more notably selfless characters. Her doting nature towards Cody especially stands out in a series packed to the brim with abusive or otherwise apathetic parents.
  • Pædo Hunt: In one video, she has Cody use an invention to make her younger, and she develops a relationship with Junior until the effects wear off.
  • Wacky Parent, Serious Child: One of the Wacky Parents to Cody's Serious Child. Like Margaret, Judy is hardly wacky, but she looks like it as she once didn't know how to celebrate Hanukkah along with Tyrone.

    Screwball the Clown

Voiced by: Lance Thirtyacre

A clown who lives in a white van near Joseph, and often comes with him to Junior's house. He is a convicted child molester.

  • Bad "Bad Acting": In "Bowser Junior's Big Mess!", Junior pays him ten dollars to pretend to be him, and he barely even tries.
  • Driven to Suicide: He tries to shoot himself in "Bowser Junior's Candy Bar!", however, it turns out to be a fake gun.
  • Pædo Hunt: Not only is he a drug dealer, but he is also a convicted child molester.


Voiced by: Chris "Pablo" Netherton

A hobo, introduced in "Mario's Hobo Problem!". He calls Mario "Cheezeburger Man" after Mario reluctantly gives him 20 dollars and the rest of his Buffalo Wild Wings.

  • The Alcoholic: He is addicted to Mario's beer.
  • Beggar with a Signboard: He carries a sign that says, "Will WORK 4 FOOD!!", and even then, he doesn't do the job anyone gives him.
  • Catch Phrase: "Cheezburger man."
  • Lazy Bum: He claims he will work for food, but when Mario hires him to unclog his toilet (clogged up by Shrek), he does not do the job.
  • Reality Warper: Even more so than Jeffy. He always reappears next to Mario regardless of wherever he was. One example would be Mario locking him inside the bathroom, only for Chef Pee Pee to call him about Hansel taking beer from the fridge an instant later. Despite the bathroom door being locked.
  • Taking Advantage of Generosity: No matter what Mario does for him, he doesn't do anything to return the favor.
  • The Thing That Would Not Leave: He becomes this when Mario tries to kick him out for not doing the job he gave him.

    Mr. Wilfred

Voiced by: Chris "Pablo" Netherton

Mario's 87-year-old grandfather.

  • A Date with Rosie Palms: In "The 1UP!", when he is on his deathbed, he tells Mario various synonyms for death, then quickly moves onto masturbation synonyms, before he outright says that he's masturbating.
  • Cloud Cuckoolander: Is so senile, the first (and only) thing he did as the teacher in "Bowser Junior's First Grade Part 1!" is draw what he had for breakfast on the blackboard.
  • Dirty Old Man: He has shown this tendency towards younger women, such as Candy in "Bowser Junior's Lemonade Stand!", and Rosalina in "The 1UP!".
  • I Can't Hear You: People often have to yell things in his ears due to his poor hearing.
  • Scatterbrained Senior: He once called Mario to fix his microwave thinking it was a TV.
  • Shell-Shocked Veteran: He still talks about WWII experiences and he still has a fierce hatred of Those Wacky Nazis, Played for Laughs.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Pudding, to the point where in he got kicked out of the nursing home for stealing pudding cups in "Mario's Grandpa".

    Loan Dolphin

Voiced by: Chris "Pablo" Netherton

A dolphin that's a loan shark.

  • Affably Evil: He appears to be friendly with Mario.
  • Devious Dolphins: He's a dolphin whose job is a debt collector, and he wears a black leather jacket and speaks in a gruff voice.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: He ain't no snitch.
  • Loan Shark: A dolphin that's a debt collector.
  • Punch-Clock Villain: He's only villainous to the character that's in debt as it's his job. And when Junior tries to get him to destroy Cody's Lemonade Stand, he doesn't do it because he thinks it looks nice.
  • Would Hurt a Child: In "The Hitman!", he's completely willing to kill Jeffy, as long as he gets paid.

    Bully Bill

Voiced by: Chris "Pablo" Netherton

A Bullet Bill who is a bully, especially to Jeffy and Bowser Junior.

  • Abusive Parents: According to "First Day of School!", his parents hit him whenever he doesn't listen to them, which is why he takes his aggression out on other kids.
    • "Jeffy's Bike!" reveals that his father outright forces him to be a bully, and beats him when he doesn't bully someone.
  • Asshole Victim: Beginning in "Jeffy Gets Bullied!", a recurring joke involves him poking fun at Jeffy and Jeffy beating him to a pulp.
  • The Bully: Even more so than Tanner from "Bowser Junior's Summer School!", who is at least friends with Junior and Joseph.
  • Bullying a Dragon: A Downplayed Example. He has been beaten up by Jeffy at least SEVEN times and still makes fun of him. It never ends well.
  • Eye Scream: How he is defeated in "Bowser Junior Learns Karate!".
  • Freudian Excuse: According to "Jeffy Gets Bullied!", he bullied because his name was "Bully" and, so, he feels he must become a bully, however, as said in the entry above, his parents are unpleasant.
  • Go-Karting with Bowser: In "Chef Pee Pee's Bucket List!", he waits in line for the water slide alongside the rest of Junior's friends when Junior attempts to cheer Chef Pee Pee up by bringing Disney World to him.
  • Jerk With A Heart Of Jerk: Him finally learning his lesson (and even invoking Defeat Means Friendship with Jeffy) at the end of "Jeffy Gets Bullied!"? Completely ignored in their subsequent encounters.
  • Meaningful Name: He is a Bullet Bill who is a bully.
  • They Killed Kenny Again: Like other characters, even he isn't vulnerable, mostly thanks to Jeffy.
    • "Bowser Junior Learns Karate!" implies that he may have died due to an eye injury.
    • In "Robot Jeffy", he gets fried by Jeffo (the titular robot counterpart of Jeffy) after punching the robot and causing it to go into Kill Mode.
    • In "Jeffy Gets Expelled!", it is revealed that Jeffy threw his explosive anklet at Bully Bill while fighting with him, and it exploded upon contact. Nevertheless, Brooklyn T. Guy, being himself, never arrests him for murder or even accuses him for it.
  • Villainous Friendship: He ends up having one with Jeffy in "Jeffy's New Friend!".

    Cameel Habib Habab 
Voiced by: Lance Thirtyacre

Voiced by: Lance Thirtyacre
A British foreign-exchange student who speaks with a Cockney accent, and is the newest student at Y U DUMB Elementary School.

Other characters

    Chef Poo Poo 
Voiced by: Lovell Stanton

A clone of Chef Pee Pee created in the toaster oven by Bowser Junior. Unlike the serious, reasonable Chef Pee Pee, Chef Poo Poo is extremely dumb and loves to play with Bowser Junior.

  • A Day in the Limelight: "Chef Poo Poo's Kitchen Disaster!" focuses almost entirely on his character. Too bad that he immediately went into a hiatus after the video until "Jeffy's Birthday Surprise!" over three years later.
  • The Bus Came Back: He returned in "Jeffy's Birthday Surprise!" when Mario tasks him to bake a birthday cake... which goes over about as well as you'd expect.
  • Catch Phrase: "Hey, everybody!", as a possible Shout-Out to Dr. Nick Riviera from The Simpsons.
  • Lethally Stupid: Just watch "Chef Poo Poo's Kitchen Disaster!" and look at the fuckin' mess he makes in the kitchen!
  • Literal-Minded: When Shrek, mistaking him for Chef Pee Pee, asks him to make cheesecake for him, he tries to make it by putting a block of cheese into Bowser's Mom's cake.
  • Naked People Are Funny: He spends much of his time naked, though in "Chef Poo Poo's Kitchen Disaster!", Chef Pee Pee lets him borrow his shirt when he needs him to sub for him after accidentally cutting his hand. This leads to everyone mistaking him for Chef Pee Pee.
  • Replacement Flat Character: His personality is very similar to Chef Pee Pee's in the early SML videos.
  • Running Gag: A repetitive joke in "Chef Poo Poo's Kitchen Disaster!" is people mistaking him for Chef Pee Pee.

    Chris the Cucumber

Voiced by: Lovell Stanton

A talking cucumber who resembles Larry the Cucumber from VeggieTales. Unlike Larry, who gives silly tips and fun advice, Chris gives completely wrong advice while claiming it's correct.

  • Everyone Has Standards: In "Chef Pee Pee Gets Sick!", one of Chris' facts was that the Great Red Spot on Jupiter was "your mom's ass". He immediately apologized for his immature comment after color bars appeared.
  • Genius Ditz: In all his craziness and spouting out wrong facts, he was amongst the few students who passed the final exam during episode 7 of "Bowser Junior's Summer School".
  • Insane Troll Logic: Like Toad, he runs off of idiotic thinking.
  • Know-Nothing Know-It-All: Continuously gives out incorrect advice while claiming it's all correct.

    Principal Steinbeck

Played by: Lovell Stanton

The ill-tempered principal of Junior's school and one of the few human characters on the show.

  • Big Bad: He was this in the Bowser Junior's Summer School story arc. Though he rarely appeared, he still antagonized Junior the most, among Bowser.
  • Dean Bitterman: A very stern and often outright abusive principal.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: Beats up Toad in Summer School over a paper ball and screams at Shrek to Get Out! after asking a redundant question.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: He is notably disgusted by pedophiles, "saving" Junior from Chef Pee Pee, apologizing to parents after the Mr. Winkle incident, and passing Junior to second grade after Mr. Winkle returned and the school burnt down.
  • Expy: With his affinity for nice suits, purple, and giggling, you wouldn't be wrong to see some similarities with The Joker.
  • Get Out!: Says this to Shrek after he asks if he can have cheesecake in class.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: Is easily provoked, to the point of nearly beating or insulting a student.
  • Large Ham: He almost always speaks in a hammy tone.
  • No-Holds-Barred Beatdown: He does something to Toad over a paper ball.
  • Sadist Teacher: Or rather Sadist Principal.
  • Scary Black Man: So much that dramatic violin music plays at times to foreshadow how crazy he is.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Is not above beating his own students. Just ask Toad. That said, he still invokes Even Evil Has Standards against pedophilia.


Voiced by: Matthew Thirtyacre

A clone of Jeffy created with Cody's "CCCloning Machine"

  • Ascended Extra: After his debut in the 2018 video, "Jeffy's Clone", he became a recurring character in 2020, appearing in multiple videos.
  • Catch Phrase: "Hey, fat boy!" and "My name's Scooter".
  • The Ditz: He's even dumber than Jeffy.
  • Identical Twin ID Tag: Aside from wearing a different shirt, he has a different hairstyle and doesn't wear a helmet.

    Drawing Jeffy 
Voiced by: Lance Thirtyacre

A deformed copy of Jeffy created with Jeffy's pencil

Voiced by: Lance Thirtyacre

Bowser's 200-year-old mother.

  • Dirty Old Woman: A lot of innuendos come out of her mouth, and at times she has shown lust for younger men. She even goes as far as to demand a stripper for her 200th birthday party. In "Jeffy's Online School", she is revealed to have a live-cam where she strips.
  • Granny Classic: Subverted, as she only looks the part but definitely isn't.
  • Wacky Parent, Serious Child: The Wacky Parent to Bowser's Serious Child. She is rarely wacky, but she sure looks like it compared to Bowser, as she once demanded a stripper for her 200th birthday, despite Bowser's quotations.

Voiced by:
Lovell Stanton (former)
Chilly Jimenez (former)
Elaina Keyes (current)
A Pink Yoshi, and Black Yoshi's ex-girlfriend.

    David Winkle 
Voiced by: Chris "Pablo" Netherton

A former first grade teacher, who is a pedophile. He often tries his best to hide the fact that he is a convicted sex offender.

  • Berserk Button: While he is normally a very cheery fellow, like any pedophile, rightfully being denied children's clothing is the one thing that actually does make David very angry, enough for him to bring it up a few times in "First Grade! Part 3"
  • Big Bad: In Parts 2, 3, and 5 of the "Bowser Junior's First Grade" story arc.
  • Catch Phrase: "That's hot."
  • Hate Sink: His convictions will surely make his character unappealing to most people.
  • Pædo Hunt: A convicted sex offender who has a special interest in children.
  • Perpetual Smiler: He is always cheerful and enthusiastic about the situation, even when it involves getting arrested.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Aside from being a child molester, "The Gun" reveals that he shot and killed 15 children at a playground, going from a child molester to a child murderer with no explanation.

    D-Money (Boxer)
Voiced by: Lance Thirtyacre

A boxer who is Rosalina's ex-boyfriend.

  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He is surprised when Mario keeps getting back up every time he knocks him out. He realizes that Mario must love Rosalina that much if he's willing to let himself get beat up over her, and thus he willingly lets Mario knock him out in a pity fight.
  • One Steve Limit: Averted. He shares the same name with the gangster kid who is one of Bowser Junior's classmates.

Voiced by: Elaina Keyes
Cody's twin sister, introduced in "Cody's Sister!".
  • Companion Cube: Much like how her brother has a Ken doll, she is revealed to have a Barbie doll, which she hasn't even taken out of the box.
  • Gasshole: She farts several times after eating popcorn.
  • Pink Girl, Blue Boy: The Pink Girl to Cody's Blue Boy.
  • The Quiet One: She hardly even speaks.
  • Verbal Tic: That strange breathy-snore sound.

Voiced by: Elaina Keyes (Jeffy's Sister), Chilly Jimenez (Jeffy's Sister Returns)
Possible Full Name: Feebee Jeffy

Jeffy's sister, introduced in "Jeffy's Sister!". Initially thought to be imagined by Jeffy, she turned out of be long gone thanks to their mother's negligence.

  • Character Tic: Like Jeffy, she smacks her diaper while making a weird face. Both she and Jeffy also talk to each other in morse code this way.
  • Deadly Guest: Is very abruptly killed off when playing with Jeffy in a flashback.
  • Expy: In-Universe example: Feebee is designed to be a carbon copy of Jeffy.
  • Girlish Pigtails: She has messy uneven pigtails in her brown hair. By the time of "Jeffy's Sister Returns", she's not seen with them.
  • Idiot Hair: Fittingly.
  • My Nayme Is: Phoebe, but spelled incorrectly.
  • One-Shot Character: She has only appeared in "Jeffy's Sister!", and "Jeffy's Sister Returns".
  • Parental Abandonment: It is possible that Jeffy's parents dropped her off at Mario's door for the same reason that Jeffy was dropped off at Mario's door. Except both times only happened in Jeffy's dream.
  • Pink Girl, Blue Boy: Wears a pink helmet, while Jeffy wears a blue one.
  • Posthumous Character: It's eventually revealed that she was hit by a truck and already killed while riding a bike without a helmet before even her debut.
  • Shout-Out: Probably unintentional but some of her physical appearance resembles Meg.
  • Vague Age: With Jeffy 14 as of Jeffy's Birthday Surprise and his age being once vague, we don't really know how old she is besides that she's younger than Jeffy is, however, we don't know how much younger.

Voiced by: Chris "Pablo" Netherton

Bowser Junior's Imaginary Friend.

A Thomas the Tank Engine toy, of whom Bowser Junior treats as his Companion Cube.
  • Companion Cube: Junior believes he's real.
  • Demoted to Extra: He mainly appeared alongside Junior in a lot of videos initially, but as of 2016 his appearances are mainly restricted compared to Junior's friends Joseph and Cody.
  • Suddenly Voiced: He has a few lines of dialogue in "Bowser Junior's 6th Birthday" and "Bowser Junior's Breakfast", though in the rest of his appearances he isn't shown to talk.

    The Rat
Voiced by: Logan Thirtyacre

A French rat who likes to steal cheese.

    The Crocodile 
Voiced by: Lance Thirtyacre
A crocodile who appears in the episode, "Bowser Junior's Broccoli Problem!". He used to live in the sewers, but eventually got a job as Bowser's garbage disposal.
  • Big Eater: He makes a huge mess when he raids the pantry of Bowser's apartment, eating every food he sees. When Brooklyn T. Guy is unable to get him to leave, he gets a job as Bowser's garbage disposal.
  • I Am Not Weasel: He does not like being called an alligator. He even had to show Junior, Joseph, and Cody the differences between an alligator and a crocodile when they kept thinking he was an alligator.
  • Never Smile at a Crocodile: Though he's actually more hungry than evil.
  • One-Shot Character: He appeared in "Bowser Junior's Broccoli Problem!", and hasn't made any appearances since.
  • Sewer Gator: Sewer Crocodile, to be precise.

    Chef Pee Pee's Pirate Father 
Voiced by: Lovell Stanton
Exactly What It Says on the Tin: A deadbeat pirate who is Chef Pee Pee's father, at least until King Strongbottom was revealed to be it.
  • The Alcoholic: Usually holds a bottle of beer in his arm.
  • I Am Not Your Father: In "Chef Pee Pee's Family", when Chef Pee Pee tries to prove to King Strongbottom that he is his real father, he reveals that he isn't his real father, and just came to Bowser's house to drink his beer.
  • A Pirate 400 Years Too Late: And how!

    King Strongbottom 
Voiced by:
Chris Netherton (former)
Lance Thirtyacre (current)

Chef Pee Pee's biological father, and the self-proclaimed King of the Iron Asses of Wales.

    Stacy Strongbottom 
Lance Thirtyacre (former)
Elaina Keyes (current)A cheerleader, Chef Pee Pee's older sister, and the first-born daughter of King Strongbottom.

    Chef Pee Pee's Sister 
Voiced by: Chris "Pablo" Netherton

Chef Pee Pee's unnamed older sister, and the second-born daughter of King Strongbottom.

    Sonic the Hedgehog
Voiced by: Lovell Stanton

Mario's arch-rival, prominently featured in the "Mario and Bowser's Stupid and Crazy Adventure" story arc.

  • Back from the Dead: Black Yoshi shot him in the eye in Part 6 of Mario and Bowser's Stupid and Crazy Adventures, killing him. He returns as one of Bowser Junior's customers in "Bowser Junior's Lemonade Stand!".
  • Cool and Unusual Punishment: In Part 3 of Mario and Bowser's Stupid and Crazy Adventures, to get him to talk to them about where Princess Peach is, Bowser and Mario encase him in a plastic bag and knock him out, then they do such things as pour tea down the sink, crumple up a picture of the Queen of England, brush his teeth and drown him in the sink.
  • Evil Brit: Justified example. After Mario and Bowser torture him through cool and unusual punishments and lock him in the back of a car, he threatens to kill Princess Peach as revenge. Then he kidnaps Peach's newborn daughter and beats up Mario until Black Yoshi kills him.
  • No-Holds-Barred Beatdown: Sonic gives Mario the beating of his life, as Revenge for Mario locking him up in the back of a car and for his cool and unusual punishments.
  • I Am Not Weasel: He is often mistaken for a cat, much to his annoyance.
  • Interspecies Romance: He dated Princess Peach in "Mario's Wig".
  • Super Speed: He has it, much like his canon Sega counterpart. In Part 6 of Mario and Bowser's Stupid and Crazy Adventures, this makes it impossible for Mario to fight him back, so Bowser enlists Black Yoshi's help.

    The Cat in the Hat 
Voiced by: Chris "Pablo" Netherton

The titular character from the Dr. Seuss book of the same name. He only appears in the episode of the same name.

  • Jerkass: He comes to the apartment with the express purpose of destroying stuff.
  • One-Shot Character: Only appeared in the episode of the same name, and was killed off at the end of it.
  • Rhymes on a Dime: Much like his canon Dr. Seuss counterpart. He explains to Junior that it's a pain for him to rhyme everything, but he gets paid for every rhyme he makes.
  • Your Head Asplode: He suffers it when he tries to think of a rhyme for "orange", although Cody says he could've said "door-hinge" since that rhymes.

Voiced by: Chris "Pablo" Netherton

A chainsmoking alcoholic prostitute who is Jeffy's biological mother.

    Jacques Pierre François
Voiced by: Chris "Pablo" Netherton

A world-renowned artist from Paris, France, introduced in "Bowser Junior's Painting!", who is later revealed to be Jeffy's biological father.

  • Driven to Suicide: Revealed to have happened to him in "Jeffy's Parents!". This results in Jeffy inheriting his wealth, which in turn results in Nancy, Jeffy's mother, getting Jeffy back in order to take Jeffy's inheritance and become rich.
  • French Jerk: He taunts Junior for painting a picture of a pepperoni pizza during an art duel with him, and is pretty arrogant when it comes to his artwork in general.
  • Minor Major Character: He's a one-off character who also happens to be Jeffy's father.
  • True Art Is Incomprehensible: invoked The basis of his whole career. To put things into perspective, he got famous for sneezing on a canvas.

    Easter Bunny Genie
Voiced by: Chris "Pablo" Netherton

A bunny genie that appears in "The Golden Egg!", and is freed from an egg thanks to Mario and Jeffy.

  • And I Must Scream: He was trapped inside of an egg for thousands of years.
  • Jackass Genie: Implied. He laughed at Jeffy when he got beat up for wasting his wish.

    Does Bad Things Guy
Voiced by: Chris "Pablo" Netherton

The Big Bad of "The Secret Door!", being the one who killed the 26 people who lived in the new house and tries to kill Mario, Rosalina, and Jeffy.

    Joseph's Mom
Voiced by: Lance Thirtyacre

Joseph's Hispanic mother who later dies...which is revealed to be a lie in "Joseph's Mom!".

    Santa Claus
Played by: Anthony Miller and Tito Jimenez

A man from the North Pole who is associated with Christmas and brings presents to the homes of well-behaved children.

  • Butt-Monkey: His encounters with Jeffy didn't end well for him. Especially when Jeffy demanded he give him toys.
  • Running Gag: Him constantly trying to escape from Jeffy's clutches.

    Richard Goodman
Voiced by: Lance Thirtyacre
The son of Mr. Goodman.
  • Aesop Amnesia: Deconstructed. He learns that money can't buy happiness in his debut appearance, but his father explodes at him, and forces him to forget this lesson so he can mold him into a miniature version of him and carry on his legacy of being a rich asshole who always gets his way and rules over the middle class with an iron fist.
  • Bratty Half-Pint: Enforced by his father.
  • Screw the Rules, I Have Money!: His response to being scolded or denied anything he wants is toss a stack of money at the other person. This is in contrast to his father, who threatens to inflict extreme physical harm to force his victims to comply with his often-unreasonable demands.

Old characters

    Tony the Tiger 
Voiced by: Lance Thirtyacre

A former major character, yet another of Mario's friends. He is immature and a bit dimwitted for no apparent reason.

  • The Bus Came Back: He appears in The Stinger of "Cody's 10th Birthday!" to do a shout-out to dahbdude for donating $100.00 to Logan's Patreon account, having not been seen since "Mario's Family Moves Out!" in 2015. Two years later, he made a brief cameo in "Jeffy's Pet Tiger!".
  • Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: Up until The Stinger of "Cody's 10th Birthday!", he hadn't made an appearance since "Mario's Family Moves Out!" in 2015. The official reason is that Jeffy rendered him redundant.
  • Demoted to Extra: Was originally a major character but his appearances got fewer and fewer as time went on, until he was essentially replaced by Jeffy.
  • Verbal Tic: Will sometimes yell "POOP!" for no real reason.

    Mama Luigi
Voiced by: Zeke (former)

A dimwitted clone of Luigi that appeared in the early generation episodes, particularly Mario and Luigi's Stupid and Dumb Adventures.

  • Back from the Dead: Was killed off in the premiere of Season 2 of Mario and Luigi's Stupid and Dumb Adventures, then revived as a zombie only to die in an explosion, then appearing as a ghost in Luigi's Mansion.
  • Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: Mama Luigi hasn't appeared at all since he last popped up as a ghost in Luigi's Mansion, although he finally came back in the "Toad's Mistake" remake uploaded in May 2017.
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: For all his stupidity, Mama Luigi has shown he can fight, even without his magic marker. And he can drag a fight out for hours.
  • The Ditz: One of the stupidest characters on the show.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: Kills Toad all because he touched his nickel.
  • Foil: To Mario in Mario and Luigi's Stupid and Dumb Adventures. Mario is one of the few sane characters on the show and not an idiot, while Mama Luigi is an obnoxious ditz.
  • Improbable Use of a Weapon: His main weapon is a magic marker.

Voiced by: Anthony Miller, Lovell Stanton, Logan Thirtyacre and Chris Netherton

Mario's brother.

  • A Day in the Limelight: His "Luigi's Mansion" series.
  • The Bus Came Back: He returns in "Ghost Jeffy!", which focuses primarily on him.
  • Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: Up until "Ghost Jeffy!", Luigi has not had any interactions with Mario and most of the main characters in the main series since 2010.
  • Lovable Coward: His cowardly personality is much like in the games.
  • Sibling Rivalry: He has one with Mario in "Ghost Jeffy!", wherein he calls Mario short, makes fun of his love life and Jeffy, and calls him ugly.

    Paul the Lonely Goomba
Voiced by: Lance Thirtyacre and Chris "Pablo" Netherton
A Goomba who is one of Jackie Chu's summer school students.

Voiced by: Lovell Stanton and Lance Thirtyacre
A Shy Guy who is one of Jackie Chu's summer school students. He is good friends with Junior and Joseph, but bullies Cody for being a nerd and Paul for lacking arms.

Played by: Chilly Jimenez

An exchange student from Mexico who is one of Jackie Chu's summer school students.

  • Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: She has not appeared since Part 7 of "Bowser Junior's Summer School".
  • The Ditz: She doesn't understand English very well, to the point where she doesn't know what to do when it comes to passing out a test.
  • Gratuitous Spanish: Is bound to speak in Spanish, since she is from Mexico.

    Princess Peach

Voiced by: Lance Thirtyacre (formerly), Chilly Jimenez (currently)

Mario's ex-girlfiend. She's been abrasive to Mario since she became aware of Mario's hair and broke up with him because of that.

  • All Love Is Unrequited: Mario has an obvious crush on her, but she sees him as a creeper.
  • Betty and Veronica: The Veronica to Rosalina's Betty. Peach is more about having fun, while Rosalina is more laid back.
  • Demoted to Extra: Since Mario started dating Rosalina, she hasn't been seen as often as before.
  • Innocently Insensitive: In Mario and Bowser's Stupid and Crazy Adventures, after Mario rescues her, Peach tells Mario she loves a brother. She doesn't mean it badly, but Mario doesn't take it very well.
  • Interspecies Romance: She dated Sonic the Hedgehog in "Mario's Wig".
  • Jerkass: The reason she divorces Mario? Because he's bald.
  • Put on a Bus: Hasn't appeared in a video since "Mario's Valentine's Day Problem!" back on Valentine's Day 2016 as said video has Mario finally getting over her and kicking her out of his apartment and, in turn, his life.
  • Spoiled Brat: Acts like one in "Mario's Valentine's Day Problem!" where she acts selfish and rejects any of Mario's gifts to her.

    Mr. Pig 
Voiced by: Lance Thirtyacre
A pig who resembles Hamm from Toy Story. He has a high-pitched voice and loves to eat animal crackers.


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