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The Frollo Team


Voiced by: Niki Yangnote 

"Your love will not delete."

A living fire sold to Frollo by Billy Mays. Follows Frollo's every whim.

  • Berserk Button: People who invade Frollo's house.
  • Breath Weapon: On top of already being made of fire, he can spit some as well.
  • Captain Ersatz: Of Beemo/BMO from Adventure Time.
  • Combination Attack: Can perform this with Frollo, who feeds him fire to increase him to a massive size and make both of them dangerous to approach. This comes with a price, though, as Bleemo loses his fire powers and must recharge after many hours.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: Implied through a Freeze-Frame Bonus in part 3 of "Frollo Finally Does It". He was once built in one of three facilities making more of his kind, where they were treated like the lowest of herds. When Billy Mays visited one of these facilities, he saw Bleemo screaming in pain and asking to be killed. Enraged by this type of treatment of an intelligent being, Mays took him and battled their way out of the facility, searching high and low for a fire enthusiast that can treat the living fire with love until they found Frollo.
  • A Day in the Limelight: Part 3 of "Frollo Finally Does It" focuses more on him and the PITy crew than Frollo and gives details on his past.
  • Disney Death: Was broken by Mormon Jesus, but fortunately Billy Mays is able to repair him. In the finale, with no Billy Mays around, Mormon Jesus breaks him permanently.
  • Do Anything Fire: He serves as Frollo's fireplace, alarm clock, TV, and computer.
  • Keet: Very high-pitched and cheerful.
  • Magic from Technology or Magitek: No explanation on how a fire computer came to life and gained consciousness. His Dark and Troubled Past elaborates more on his origin.
  • One-Winged Angel: He can transform into Blaze's One-Winged Angel form from Mortal Kombat: Armageddon.
  • Playing with Fire: Well, he is a living fire.
  • Sixth Ranger: He's this to the PITy crew in that while he aids them in their journey through the abandoned Paris to find more survivors to storm the Wilfmension, he still has a duty by Frollo to protect his home.
  • The Smart Guy: Of the PITy crew, divided between him and Silver.
  • You Are Number 6: His model number is revealed to be C-1692iA, scanned through some Unreadably Fast Text by Mormon Jesus.


Click here to see her redesign 
A young girl who lives alone in an apartment and has creepy dreams. She gets traumatized throughout the series, which also powers up her attacks.
  • Absurdly Sharp Blade: Her kitchen knife is this. At one point, when it collides with Stocking's katanas, it opens up a time-space vortex, bringing Spartacus from Ancient Rome to the present times.
  • Adaptational Badass: Madotsuki's only weapon in her home game is the Knife effect, but she never displayed combat abilities otherwise. Here, she's a Little Miss Badass uses her Dream World effects and grows stronger through her sorrows.
  • Apocalypse Maiden: Targeted by Wilford for his plan to gain ultimate power.
  • Art Evolution: In episode 20, seeing Yomika's death changed her appearance from in-game sprites to a fanart version of herself.
  • Break the Cutie: Over and over and over...
  • Characterization Marches On: Started off as a subject in a few gags in the earlier episodes (a few of which are removed in The Frollo Cut), before gaining a larger role since "Frollo Beats Up Evil Residents" onward.
  • Charged Attack: Uses her sorrows to charge up her slashes.
  • Cool Guns: She wields a Thompson submachine gun when fighting off zombies.
  • Creepy Child: Mainly because she's not having a normal childhood.
  • Despair Event Horizon: By the time she saw Yomika die in front of her, her sorrows have completely consumed her, and it is what gets Frollo killed. When it cuts to her dream monster, she's desperately trying to stop it from killing Stocking.
  • Dream Weaver: She can summon a portal to her dream world through pointing her knife towards the window-like symbol on her sweater, and she traps Wilford Brimley and herself in a Journey to the Center of the Mind, continuing their battle in there. Thanks to trapping Wilford in her dreams, he gets access to the depths of Madotsuki's psyche, turning him into a god-like threat.
  • Elective Mute: Maybe. The only times where she actually speaks are when she whispers something into Stocking's and Kneesocks' ears, but she has no audible dialogue.
  • Emotional Powers: She becomes more powerful as her sorrow increases. It's this power that Wilford absorbs to become a world-scale menace.
  • Eyes Always Shut: Her eyes always remain shut until the Art Evolution, when her eyes are fully open.
  • Fisher King: In the "Frollo Finally Does It" saga, any time she becomes depressed, the Wilfmension becomes monochrome, which is the only thing that can aid the heroes to find Wilford. As Hitler states, since the dimension was created from Wilford absorbing her sorrows, she's technically the second owner of the realm.
  • Flying Broomstick: What she uses to fly under the Witch effect. An interesting note is that she's using two effects at once (the other being the Knife) while she can only use one in her home game.
  • Girl with Psycho Weapon: A kitchen knife. She shows off the "psycho" part the first time she uses it (in episode 9), when she kills the Irate Gamer for no apparent reason.
  • Hero Killer: Is the one who kills Frollo and Stocking.
  • Hikkikomori: Averted, she's now actually out and about more often.
  • Knife Nut: Mostly seen with her trademark kitchen knife.
  • Little Miss Badass: As of "Frollo Gets Flashed by a Gothic Lolita".
  • Meaningful Name: As with her original game, the literal translation for "Madotsuki" is "windowed", matching the window pattern on her shirt. This window pattern is used to summon a portal to her Dream Land.
  • Pay Evil unto Evil: In episode 16, after watching Batiatus beat Ib to death, she and Stocking repay him in kind by slashing his throat.
  • Shell-Shocked Veteran: Appears to be turning into one rapidly in "Frollo Gets Flashed by a Gothic Lolita", as shown in a scene where she remembers several of the grueling deaths that happened. Interestingly enough, one of those death scenes is Jafar's, who was an enemy, so it might not just be losing allies and friends getting to her, but the general violence and brutality of the battle as well.
  • Teleportation: Through her Medamaude effect.
  • The Voiceless: The only times where she does speak is when she whispers into Stocking's and Kneesocks' ears, but it's not audible.


Click here to see her redesign 
A young girl who also lives in an apartment all alone and has creepy dreams. Hails from the Yume Nikki fangame Yume Graffiti (Dream Graffiti).
  • Animal Motifs: Birds. One of her Dream World effects is a kingfisher, and another is a tengu, a humanoid bird-like creature.
  • Art Evolution: In episode 20, she transforms into an amalgamation of Oudn's official art and fanart shortly before she dies.
  • Cool Big Sis: Presumably this to Madotsuki.
  • Death of a Child: Ends up being the second child character, as well as the second female character, to die. And unlike Ib's death, her death is shown in gruesome detail.
  • Does Not Like Shoes: Or any kind of footwear.
  • Eerie Pale-Skinned Brunette: She has raven hair and her skin is unnaturally pale.
  • Everything's Better with Rainbows: Her Angel Hoop effect has a rainbow halo around her, and it can attack foes by spinning them around.
  • Eyes Always Shut: Her eyes always remain shut until episode 20, and only after she is impaled and transformed into an amalgamation of Oudn's official art of her.
  • Fisher King: Although she's not one of the owners of the realm, she can affect the Wilfmension if she's traumatized enough.
  • Hikkikomori: Like Madotsuki, this is averted here unlike in her game, as she's out and about more often.
  • Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: A rather brutal case. She gets impaled by Saiyan Frollo's BFS and then incinerated, with Saiyan Frollo not knowing this until an illusion of Gaston informs him.
  • Little Miss Badass: Like Madotsuki, she's a powerful combatant using her Dream World effects.
  • Our Angels Are Different: When combining the Long Hair, Angel Hoop, and Tengu effects, her Super Mode looks angelic, complete with Power Glows and a rainbow Holy Halo.
  • Peek-a-Bangs: But it's not like you can see her eyes anyway.
  • Prehensile Hair: One of her Dream World effects has her hair lash out and attack foes.
  • Shoryuken: She uppercuts Gwonam with the Dragon effect in episode 16, which is ironically not the way she used it in her home game.
  • Single Tear: Sheds one when she has trouble freeing herself from her seat in "Friends Story" to go and save Madotsuki, who's been captured by a Wilford bird.
  • Tengu: One of her abilities is the Tengu effect.
  • Theme Music Power-Up: Two of them. The first is a rock-themed tribute to Yume Nikki called "Diario de los Sueños", which plays upon activating her Super Mode, and the second is a rock-themed medley of Yume Graffiti's underground themes. Both were composed by Chaos X, who also did the "Hellfire" cover (see Frollo's entry).
  • The Voiceless: Like Madotsuki, she never says a word.


A young nine-year-old girl and survivor of a haunted art gallery. Her powers and abilities come from the experiences she had there.
  • Adaptational Badass: Portal pictures, exploding paintings, and sapient paintings weren't used by her in her game, nor was wielding her red rose as a weapon.
  • Art Evolution: Gets a visual upgrade from sprites to her in-game render in "Frollo Gets Flashed by a Gothic Lolita".
  • Break the Cutie: Both psychologically and literally, by Batiatus. Ouch.
  • Curb Stomp Cushion: Ib wasn't physically strong enough to survive against Batiatus, but to her credit, she did lay down the hurt on him, ranging from blowing him up numerous times to summoning a giant Creepy Doll to attack him. Her efforts were not in vain, as Batiatus then died to both Stocking and Madotsuki for good reason.
  • Death of a Child: Killed by Batiatus in episode 16. She's notably the first child character and female character to die in this series.
  • Gory Discretion Shot: We don't see what state she's in once Batiatus is through with her, which is probably for the best.
  • Heroic Mime: Doesn't say a word.
  • Improbable Weapon User: Paintings.
  • Intergenerational Friendship: With Garry. Although his age isn't specified like hers, it's obvious he's a few years older than her.
  • Little Miss Badass: Capable of holding her own against terrorists, demons, and superpowered game show hosts despite being only nine years old.
  • The Lost Lenore: A non-romantic example, since her death greatly impacted both Madotsuki and Irene.
  • Mind Screw: In Frollo's perspective of "Frollo Finally Does It", he encounters her when his legs are pinned by a boulder. Did she come Back from the Dead? Or was it a Ronald illusion?
  • Mythology Gag: On Scanty and Kneesocks's list of Frollo's allies (as seen in "Frollo Fucks the Gods"), it describes Ib as fashionable, a reference to a part in her game where Garry comments that she has good fashion.
  • Not So Stoic: After Batiatus kills Garry and mocks him in front of her eyes, she snaps and throws a barrage of attacks at him, starting with an exploding painting.
  • Portal Picture: Her main weapons are paintings, which are capable of absorbing projectiles or teleporting people. This is best seen in the battles against Genie Jafar and Marco Antonio Regil, where the paintings are used by Madotsuki and Yomika to teleport in the former battle and save Frollo and Gaston from Marco's A CAAAR!!! attack in the latter battle. Pity they're overpowered by Batiatus's fucking flowers.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Her eyes are naturally red. Averted most of the time, unless you've killed her best friend, as Batiatus found out.
  • Roaring Rampage of Revenge: She does this in response to Batiatus murdering Garry.
  • Something About a Rose: A large red rose serving as her Weapon of Choice. It has thorns, which can be used for slashing.
  • The Stoic: For a little kid, she doesn't emote much.
  • Stuff Blowing Up: The paintings can create green-colored explosions.


"That was a close one, Ib! Learn to choose your battles!"

A flamboyant and cowardly young man and another survivor of a haunted art gallery. He is very protective of Ib and will not hesitate to get his hands dirty when time comes.


"Acting like shit in a world gone to shit... deserves an ass-kicking."

A witty preteen girl who attacks with Mirror World effects. Hails from the Yume Nikki fangame The Looking Glass.

  • Arch-Enemy: After witnessing episode 16's tragic events, it appears she holds Wilford Brimley as this.
  • Art Evolution: Gets a visual upgrade from sprites to her in-game render during the "Frollo Finally Does It" saga. Like with Ib above, it happened through experiencing a tragic moment.
  • Crowbar Combatant: Some scenes show her wielding a crowbar.
  • A Day in the Limelight: Part 3 of "Frollo Finally Does It" focuses more on her and the other characters in the PITy.
  • Deadpan Snarker: It's second nature for her to make witty remarks. They occasionally involve her visibly rolling her eyes.
    "What is this, a joke?"
  • Drugs Are Good: Pot actually refreshes her memory, which helps her to memorize the password used to enter secret passageways in Frollo's home and help her group find Mormon Jesus.
  • Friendly Enemy: With Best Hercules, after he accidentally fell into the PITy and tried to fight her (and obviously failed).
  • Gamer Chick: She mentions that she's played Team Fortress 2 at one point.
  • Huge Guy, Tiny Girl: Tiny girl to huge guy Anakaris. She's less tiny after her Art Evolution, but she's still smaller than him.
  • It's Personal: In episode 19, Bleemo reveals the events from episode 16 to her while she was trapped in the PITy. One of the scenes shows Wilford ordering Batiatus to kill Ib and Garry, which is what put Wilford at the top of her shit list.
  • The Lad-ette: She's more of a tomboy compared to her closest friends; she takes up drinking and smoking.
  • The Leader: Of the PITy crew. Her most defining trait is the levelheaded type, with small doses of the headstrong and mastermind types.
  • Little Miss Badass: In her limelight episode, she's able to lead a group of Plucky Comic Relief characters to take a level in badass, kick out the intruder vandalizing Frollo's home, and gather said intruder's former test subjects to storm the Wilfmension.
  • Meta Guy: She responds with confusion about the weirdness around her; however, she's more accepting of it.
  • Odd Friendship: With Anakaris.
  • Only Sane Man: Not the only one among Frollo's allies, but she's still the only level-headed leader of the PITy gang, which is composed of a hedgehog who's over his head (Silver), a Reformed, but Not Tamed member of Los no Frollos who wants revenge on Frollo (Best Hercules), a Cloudcuckoolander (Anakaris), and a succubus and a vampire who bicker Like an Old Married Couple (Morrigan and Demitri).
  • Pay Evil unto Evil: This is what she plans to do for Mormon Jesus after he captured Morrigan and Demitri and tried to kill the rest of the PITy crew, as seen by her profile quote.
  • Robot Girl: Her Cybot effect, when fighting against Corset and later Mormon Jesus.
  • Rousing Speech: Gives one to her fellow comrades before they enter the Wilfmension.
  • Shout-Out: Her Cybot effect from her home game and this series resembles Marina.
  • Sleeves Are for Wimps: Her dress has no sleeves, which ties in with her tomboy status.
  • Speech Bubbles: Her method of communication, along with Garry and Aya.
  • Surrounded by Idiots: Having to deal with the antics of the other PITy crew members usually gives off this vibe. Especially if it involves Silver, Morrigan & Demitri, and Best Hercules.
  • Troubling Unchildlike Behavior: She's a preteen, yet she's doing unpreteen-like things such as drinking alcohol and smoking, and she has a fairly foul mouth.
  • True Companions: During her and Anakaris's time being stuck in the PITy, she befriends Morrigan, Demitri, Silver, and Best Hercules (though she snarked at the first three's antics and the latter was working for the villains), and they are able to work together and find survivors to storm the Wilfmension.

    Tommy Wiseau 

Tommy Wiseau
Portrayed by: Himself

"If a lot of people loved each other, the world would be a better place to live."

Tommy Wiseau is the famous writer, producer, and director of the cult classic film, The Room. He is very odd but is shown to have combat skills.


Portrayed by: Greg Sestero

"Yeah, you are very lucky."

The friend of Tommy Wiseau, having similar superhuman powers as him.

    Hermann Fegelein 

Hermann Fegelein
Portrayed by: Thomas Kretschmann

"You don't know what this implies, don't you? If the world ends... there'll be no more antics!"

A Nazi SS officer who enjoys pulling pranks on Hitler and making life in the Third Reich miserable.

  • Affectionate Nickname: "Fegs" by Mephiles after they set aside their differences.
  • Always Someone Better: Before they set aside their differences, he and Mephiles compete to see who's the better antic master, with Fegelein usually coming out on top.
  • Comically Invincible Hero: If you consider committing antics on Nazis "heroic". Due to incompentencies among Hitler and his staff in their efforts to eliminate him, Fegelein always ends up the winner, and it's Played for Laughs.
  • Deadpan Snarker: He likes to smugly mock Hitler and others who fall for his antics.
  • Enemy Mine: The ending to "Frollo Gets Flashed by a Gothic Lolita" shows him teaming up with his nemesis Hitler to stop Wilford Brimley.
  • "Facing the Bullets" One-Liner: The bullet is halted, however.
    Corset: [holding Fegelein and Mephiles in each hand] Here they are! The two jests that I can kill!
    Fegelein: Fuck Hitler!
  • Fragile Speedster: Moves faster than the eye can see, yet he goes down quickly when he himself is tricked.
  • Historical Hero Upgrade/Historical Villain Upgrade: A little bit of both. On one hand, his portrayal in this series is dedicated to making Hitler's life a living hell (who's not nearly as evil as his real life version, and can actually be seen as pitiful). On the other hand, he's still a paragon of virtue compared to the real life Fegelein, who was responsible for the massacre of tens of thousands of Soviet Jews in Prypyat swamps, and whom Albert Speer described as the most personally loathsome member among Hitler's inner circle.
  • It Amused Me: His primary motivation for committing antics, whether his victims are friend or foe.
  • Kick the Son of a Bitch: Most of the victims to his antics are political laughingstocks, but the only reason he does it is to piss Hitler off, and his antics can range from mundane pranks to criminal acts of surreal sorcery.
  • Making a Splash: With a Fegelhose that shoots a water stream at high pressure.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!:
    • If it weren't for him and Mephiles fighting and falling into the sewer, Yzma wouldn't have met Frollo's other enemies.
    • Later on, he shoots a monochrome creature dead with a sniper rifle while in Wilford's dimension. This triggers Madotsuki's sorrows, causing the dimension to shift to grayscale, and the creature comes back and swallows Fegelein and Mephiles whole. They survive, but they're stuck in darkness.
      Mephiles: The day of disaster... AND DARKNESS! Who did this, you may ask? You have this person to blame.
  • Nominal Hero: The only reason he can be accepted as a remotely heroic character is because most of his victims are Acceptable Political Targets.
  • The Rival: To Mephiles, though Fegelein usually comes out on top.
    • Rivals Team Up: During the big battle, especially to play a prank on Hitler.
  • Sanity Slippage: When we see him in episode 20, he's curled up in a Troubled Fetal Position, his eyes are bloodshot red, and he's driven insane by Mephiles repeating "And wait..." over 7,000,000 times. Being stuck in endless darkness did wonders to his stability.
  • Sniper Rifle: During his crusade against Wilford Brimley, he uses one for an antic combo with Mephiles.
  • Somebody Set Up Us the Bomb: Frollo and Gaston trick Hans Frollo into finding him at a schoolhouse, only for the latter to be blasted by Fegel-bombs.
  • Surprisingly Good English: Despite his noticable German accent, part 1 of "Frollo Finally Does It" shows him speaking fluent English.
  • Troll: His antics usually target Hitler, the Nazis, and Mephiles.
  • Wall of Weapons: Bombs, a hose, an Extendo Boxing Glove, a sniper rifle, and shit-in-the-can.

    Ayumu Aikawa 

Ayumu Aikawa
Voiced by: Junji Majima

"That interdimensional battle with Hitler was tiring. Got me a black shirt, though..."

A snarky zombie who is one of the more sane characters of the show. Has a weakness to clowns.

    Jaime Maussan 

Jaime Maussan
"Es realmente... ¡extraordinario!"

Full name José Jaime Maussan Flota, a Mexican ufologist who hosts TV shows to present footage of possible alien activities.


    Adal Ramones 

Adal Ramones
"Este es el momento, este es el momento ideal... este es el momento ideal..."

Full name Adalberto Javier Ramones Martinez, he's the host of Otro rollo and friend to Jaime Maussan.

    Haruhi Suzumiya 

Haruhi Suzumiya
Voiced by: Aya Hirano

"Let's play a drinking game!"

The leader of the SOS Brigade, Haruhi is an eccentric girl at North High who is obsessed with the supernatural.

  • Adaptational Heroism: Minor, but in the original anime, manga, and light novels, she wasn't the nicest person to be around and did a lot of cruel things at the start of the series (though she did mellow out later on). Here, this jerk side almost never appears.
  • Attention Deficit... Ooh, Shiny!: In the second game show episode of Leet Fighters, she and Jaime Maussan get distracted by a book about aliens, when both of them are required to arrange the shelves in alphabetical order.
  • Berserk Button: As Ronald McDonald found out, reminding her of Maussan's death is a bad idea.
  • Birds of a Feather: With Jaime Maussan
  • Genki Girl: Is energetic most of the time. Though Maussan's death really messed her up.
  • Gratuitous English: As a Precision F-Strike. "HOOLYY SHIT!"
  • Heroic RRoD: Tapping beyond the limits of her powers takes a physical toll on her body, causing her to lose an eye.
  • Intergenerational Friendship: Her relationship with Jaime Maussan has a significant age gap, with her being in her teens and Maussan being in his 60s. This also applies with Adal Ramones, who's in his 40s.
  • Kick Chick: Attacks with her legs.
  • Power Incontinence: Can summon giants when in emotional distress, but has no control over them, causing them to go berserk.
  • Sailor Fuku: Never seen anywhere outside of her high school uniform.
  • Say My Name: Right before Maussan takes the shoe: "MAUSSAAAN!!!"
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: With Marco Antonio Regil during the "Frollo Finally Does It" saga. She still hasn't forgiven him for killing Maussan in front of her eyes. An post by Chincherrinas reveals that she was going to abandon the rest of the allies in the original Friends Story script because she couldn't stand him.
  • Uncertain Doom: She was chosen as the "winner" of the elimination round, but whether she died from melting or not is left ambiguous.

    Garbage Guy 

Garbage Guy
Portrayed by: Eric Freeman

"Garbage day!"

An odd man who has an obsession for garbage... and by garbage, we mean poorly-acted scenes from various media, which he uses to attack.


King Leonidas
Portrayed by: Gerard Butler

"Forgive my old friend... here's a good soldier. But a bit short among us."

The legendary and well-known King of Sparta.

  • Badass Beard: His beard is as magnificent as he is.
  • Badass Cape: A blood-red one. Especially notable as his only form of clothing besides a loincloth.
  • Blade on a Stick: His primary weapon of choice.
  • Blasting It Out of Their Hands: Knocks out one of Scanty's revolvers with a well-aimed spear toss.
  • Blood Knight: Considering that he's the king of the Spartans, who are history's shining example of this, it comes at no surprise.
    "We will stand and fight... and die!"
  • Cool Helmet: Equips it when he prepares to fight.
  • Genius Bruiser: He's a skilled tactician. He helped devise a plan with Madotsuki to attack and distract Stocking and the Demon Sisters in episode 16.
  • Large Ham: Carrying over from the original film, he chews the scenery as much as he can.
  • Mythology Gag: His friendship with the Garbage Guy is a nod to one of chincherrinas' older series, RarePG, where the two of them fought in the first episode.
  • Odd Friendship: With the Garbage Guy.
  • Pet the Dog: He stands up to Madotsuki when Gaston, Spartacus, and Garbage Guy accuse her of supposedly killing Fegelein and Mephiles through her sorrows.
  • Pre Ass Kicking One Liner: Before he and the rest of Frollo's allies confront Los no Frollos.
    "This is where we fight! This is where they die!"
  • Royals Who Actually Do Something: He's the king of Sparta, and he's an active combatant in battle.
  • Walking Shirtless Scene: Wears no armor over his upper body.

    Morrigan Aensland 

Morrigan Aensland
"I need your blood to make me invincible!"

A succubus hailing from Scotland, she and Demitri bicker like an old married couple.

    Demitri Maximoff 

Demitri Maximoff
Voiced by: Michael Donovan

"I think we can run some tests on his blood to discover just where his curious powers come from."

A vampire hailing from Romania, he and Morrigan bicker like an old married couple.

  • Bat Out of Hell: He can transform into one, as per standard vampire tradition.
  • Can't Hold His Liquor: One shot is enough to knock him out.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: When powered up with the Sword of Inferno, the Irate Gamer and Best Hercules can beat him and Morrigan in a fight.
  • A Day in the Limelight: Part 3 of "Frollo Finally Does It" focuses more on him and the other characters in the PITy.
  • Dirty Coward: Shows shades of this, as he's the first willing to back out of major situations.
    • Lovable Coward: When the advantage shifts towards the allies' side, he's willing to stand up and fight.
  • The Dog Bites Back: Attacks Mormon Jesus in retaliation for being subject to his experiments.
  • Joke Character: Acts as comic relief mostly.
  • Like an Old Married Couple: A majority of his and Morrigan's screentime is bickering at each other.
  • The Load: He and Morrigan do nothing to contribute to Irene's team, and they ended up getting it into trouble when the two are Lured into a Trap by Mormon Jesus.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: Attempts to leave the others when they reach the entrance to Wilford's dimension, but Reggie Fils-Aime stops him and boosts his morale.
  • Those Two Guys: With Morrigan.


Voiced by: Richard Newman

"Am I dead? Tell me I'm not dead..."

A cowardly and whiny alien. He will fight for something he wants, such as a slice of pizza.

  • Dirty Coward: He does nothing to help Frollo and his friends fight, instead choosing to stand back and watch before leaving the first chance he gets.
  • The Friend Nobody Likes: He quickly becomes this after he abandons Frollo and the others to save his own skin.
  • Jerkass: He picked a fight with Bison over a slice of pizza.
  • Joke Character: Acts as comic relief mostly.
  • Laser-Guided Karma: After Pyron flees to his ship, the top half of Jafar's body crashes into Pyron's ship so hard that it explodes, killing both of them.
  • No Mouth: Though he still talks as if he has one.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: He runs away from the fight and returns to his ship instead of helping.
  • Tempting Fate: "Ah, home sweet home! It's good to be back where things are normal!" As soon as he says this, his ship explodes from Jafar's bisected body colliding into it.
  • Undignified Death: He cowardly retreats to his ship before Jafar's bisected body blows it up, and no one on his side cared. Panty states that "he wasn't much of a man anyway".


Voiced by: Scott McNeil

"But seriously folks, you can't make an omelette without breaking eggs!"

A mummy hailing from Egypt. He works at Gaston's bar, where he gets frustrated at counting money. He also likes to give speeches that make no sense.


"Someone's gotta don the oven mitts of all that's right and strangle the red-hot throat of all that's wrong!"

Yzma's dimwitted servant, being a chill guy who doesn't hold any grudge with Frollo. After Yzma's defeat, he becomes one of Frollo and Gaston's closest friends.

  • Attention Deficit... Ooh, Shiny!: Easily distracted by Gaston's M&Ms.
  • Berserk Button: Insulting his spinach puffs.
  • The Big Guy
  • Big "WHAT?!": When Yzma presses said Berserk Button.
  • Defeat Means Friendship: Somewhat. He and Gaston already became friends before Yzma was defeated.
  • The Dragon: To Yzma before his Heel–Face Turn.
  • Dumb Muscle: He's incredibly muscular and broad, but is incredibly simple-minded and childish.
  • Enemy Mine: Depsite attacking Yzma for insulting his spinach puffs earlier, the two are seen working together during the "Frollo Finally Does It" saga. It's presumable that Yzma was Easily Forgiven at that time, seeing as they show no hostility towards each other.
  • Genius Ditz: Definitely ditzy, but he's also the Team Chef to Frollo's team, a competent fighter, and fluent in squirrel.
  • Gentle Giant: He's one of Frollo's largest friends, and he's very friendly...until someone insults his spinach puffs, at which point he gets dangerous.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Becomes a true friend to Frollo and Gaston after Yzma's defeat.
  • Improbable Weapon User: Uses plates as weapons.
  • It Is Pronounced "Tro-PAY": Due to the way his lines are created, he pronounces Frollo's name with a short O, than a long O. "Frawllo".
  • Minion with an F in Evil: Much like in the original movie, he's not such a bad guy.
    Yzma: A few drops in [Frollo's] drink, and he'll be fucked!
    Kronk: Which is a real shame, because I like his show.
  • Punch-Clock Villain: The only reason he could be called a villain is because he was working for Yzma. And even then, he holds no true malice towards Frollo.
  • Real Men Cook: He serves as the head chef in "Frollo Celebrates his Birthday". He cooked up spinach puffs to serve them to the guests before Hitler stole them.
  • Speaks Fluent Animal: At the end of "Frollo is Too Young", he is seen teaching Frollo and Gaston on how to speak fluent squirrel.
  • This Is for Emphasis, Bitch!: "Bring it on, bitch!"
  • Top-Heavy Guy: His skinny legs don't compare to how massive his chest is.


Portrayed by: Andy Whitfield

"What would you do to feel the warmth of her skin, the taste of her lips? How many men would you kill? A hundred? A thousand?"

A Thracian gladiator who is brought from ancient Rome to join Frollo's birthday fight.

    Mama Lutfi 

Mama Lutfi

Dubbed by: ???

"That's Mama Lutfi to you Mahbub!" *wheeze*

An Arabian cousin of Mama Luigi. He tries to join the Arabian Bros, only to get rejected.

  • Heel–Face Turn: After being rejected from Achmed Frollo's team of terrorists, he ends up helping Frollo. It's debatable how much of this is out of revenge or goodwill, because he only asked to join back when the terrorists were still only playing Mario Kart 64. Given that Achmed called him a racially insensitive character, both are likely.
  • Then Let Me Be Evil: Inverted. In his debut episode, he wants to join the Arabian Bros, but Achmed Frollo insults him by calling him a racially insensitive character. He then joins Frollo's side and helps fight the Arabian Bros by firing a rocket at Genie Jafar's face.
  • Uncanny Family Resemblance: He looks exactly like Mama Luigi minus the keffiyeh replacing the green cap.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: He disappears entirely after "Frollo Beats Up Evil Residents".



Voiced by: Jesse Corti

"I love to lick balls!"

A stout man who acts as Gaston's sidekick and punching bag. He inadvertently sets up the events that occur in future episodes.

  • Accidental Murder: He accidentally suffocates Gaston with a belt that even he couldn't break; see the below tropes for the result.
  • Ambiguously Gay: Likes sucking Frollo and Gaston's testicles.
  • Ate His Gun/Driven to Suicide: He comes back from the dead later.
  • Back for the Dead: He makes a minor appearance in episode 16, which is also his last.
  • Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: He essentially disappears after Frollo and Gaston escape the Underworld. He wasn't even invited to Frollo's birthday party.
  • Dropped a Bridge on Him: He just kinda died offscreen. And then sank into the Darkness. Which was a background event.
  • Killed Off for Real: He fell into the Sea of Darkness, which means he can never come back.
  • Killed Offscreen: His corpse can be seen in one shot of episode 16 but we never find out how he died or even who killed him.
  • Living Prop: Contributes almost nothing to the plot when he's present, save for the results of Nice Job Breaking It, Hero! below.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: He kills himself in prison after accidentally choking Gaston to death.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: He was the one that pretty much triggered the events of "Frollo Sees Dead People" and "Frollo Misses His Mother", and that's not all. Since Gaston's exit to the Underworld was left open for Achmed Frollo, killing Gaston inadvertently caused the majority of "Frollo Beats Up Evil Residents"!
  • Small Role, Big Impact: He's mostly a Living Prop, but who would have thought him accidentally suffocating Gaston would have lead to a Zombie Apocalypse and potentially The End of the World as We Know It?
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: Thanks to the above tropes, he's indirectly responsible for causing the events of "Frollo Beats Up Evil Residents" and most of later episodes as well.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: Among the rest of Frollo's friends, as well as the other Disney characters in this series, he gets the least amount of characterization and screentime.

Other Allies

    The Infected 
Characters that had been captured by Mormon Jesus for his experiments, but were freed by Silver the Hedgehog.

Billy Mays

"Hi Billy Mays here for the Magic Fire!"

Once known as the most famous pitchman due to his booming voice, Billy Mays was the one who sold Bleemo to Frollo. Was one of the test subjects of Mormon Jesus.

Aya Drevis

"You remind me of my father... I HATE MY FATHER."

The daughter of the mad scientist Alfred Drevis, whom she despises. Was one of the test subjects of Mormon Jesus.

Mako Mankanshoku

Voiced by: Aya Suzaki

"Averting harsh moments is MY thing!"

A very cheerful, energetic, and airheaded school girl. Was one of the test subjects of Mormon Jesus.

  • Cloud Cuckoo Lander: Cheerfully declare that they can wear clothes again after Wilford's defeat even though everyone including herself was already wearing clothes.
  • Cute Bruiser
  • The Dog Bites Back: Attacks Mormon Jesus in retaliation for being subject to his experiments.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: Originally appeared in Leet Fighters episode "Mojado Mexican" during Marco Antonio Regil's intro sequence.
  • Genki Girl: Very energetic, even averting the saddest of moments.
  • Odd Friendship: With Shaq, of all people.
  • One-Winged Angel: Can transform into a Xenomorph.

Shaquille O'Neal

"Looks like Shaq-Daddy's gonna have to whoop some ass!"

The famous former NBA star. He was seen protesting against Wilford Brimley for becoming a new god, and he ended up being one of Mormon Jesus' test subjects.

Reggie Fils-Aime

"Play the game... play the game!"

The former president and chief operating officer of Nintendo of America, who proves that his body was ready. Was one of the test subjects of Mormon Jesus.

Professor Girafales

Portrayed by: Rubén Aguirre

"¡Ta ta ta ta TA!"

A stern Mexican teacher.

  • Ascended Extra: He first appeared in "Frollo Beats Up Evil Residents" shooting some zombies.
  • The Dog Bites Back: Attacks Mormon Jesus in retaliation for being subject to his experiments.

Jack Bauer

Portrayed by: Kiefer Sutherland

"Hi, my name's Jack Bauer and I'm sorry I have to confront you like this..."

A federal agent who informed Frollo on his Arabian cousin planning to nuke the US.

  • Ascended Extra: Made a small appearance in "Frollo Saves the World".
  • Bullying a Dragon: Threatened Ronald by pointing his gun at him after after he came out of the Wilfmension holding Frollo's corpse. Ronald abandons him in the old cartridge for that and said cartridge gets destroyed.
  • The Dog Bites Back: Attacks Mormon Jesus in retaliation for being subject to his experiments.
  • Killed Off for Real: At the end of the series, he is left with Walter Sobchak and Chris R in the now abandoned universe, which than gets destroyed.

Jeffrey "The Dude" Lebowski

Portrayed by: Jeff Bridges

  • The Dog Bites Back: Attacks Mormon Jesus in retaliation for being subject to his experiments.

Walter Sobchak

Portrayed by: John Goodman

"You're entering a world of pain."

  • Bullying a Dragon: Threatened Ronald to "a world of pain" after he came out of the Wilfmension holding Frollo's corpse. Ronald abandons him in the old cartridge for that and said cartridge gets destroyed.
  • Cool Shades: He wears orange tinted glasses.
  • The Dog Bites Back: Attacks Mormon Jesus in retaliation for being subject to his experiments.
  • Killed Off for Real: Was left with Bauer and Chris R in the empty universe, which was destroyed at the very end of the series.


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