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Fatally Fabulously Fegelein Find and Fuck-up Fellowship

Hitler's villainous organization specifically designed to aim their crosshairs at Hitler's arch-enemy, Fegelein. It consists of seven members: Hitler, Hans Frollo, Günsche, Krebs, Jodl, Goebbels, and Burgdorf.

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    Adolf Hitler 

Adolf Hitler
Portrayed by: Bruno Ganz

"Of course, it all makes sense... this dimension was crafted from her emotions. She's the second owner of this place..."

The dictator of Nazi Germany. Due to Dmitri Frollo and Stalin at large, he is forced to hide in the bunker. Whenever the Irate Gamer or Best Hercules isn't around, he's usually subject to abuse.

  • Adolf Hitlarious: He's one of the most incompetent villains in the show.
  • Back from the Dead: Twice, first by Hans Frollo and then by Corset, the latter time after he literally died from humiliation from Fegelein and Mephiles's antic.
  • Bad Boss: Treats his minions with very little respect, refuses to give them vacations, and doesn't serve them dinner when they've failed a task. Of particular note is Hans Frollo, who revived him out of loyalty, yet Hitler sees him nothing more than a soldier and even brainwashed him with the goal to kill his French cousin out of revenge.
  • Berserk Button: Given his poor temper, anything (and most likely everything) can set him off.
  • Butt-Monkey: This series pulls no punches in making him suffer.
  • The Chew Toy: He's been punched off a tall building, covered with donkey shit, sliced into a hundred tiny pieces, blown up, spun around several times before he's chucked out a window, and dressed like Sailor Moon in front of a large crowd... At least half of the humor comes from him being the series's punching bag.
  • A Day in the Limelight: He's the star of "Frollo Gets Interrupted by Hitler", as the title says.
  • Disney Villain Death: Dmitri Frollo punches him out of Frollo's home, causing him to fall to his death, although a Freeze-Frame Bonus reveals that he survived and escaped to his bunker.
  • Enemy Mine: Even he joins the allies when Wilford betrays Los no Frollos.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: Is visibly horrified when Frollo forcefully breaks Madotsuki without a second thought.
  • Foil: To Stalin, with both being dictators that were revived by a cousin of Frollo's and both wanting to conquer France, but Hitler is more volatile than Stalin and mistreats Hans Frollo.
  • Gone Horribly Right: Hans revives him out of loyalty, but he breaks out and flies away, leaving Hans dead and in the dust.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: Flipping his lid over the slightest annoyance is his default mood.
  • Hidden Depths: For all his meanness and volatility, he does have something that the other members of Los no Frollos don't have: he knows a lot more about Wilford's plans than the others.
  • Hypocritical Humor: When he and Günsche are conversing about Marco Antonio Regil, the former states that Marco should be more humble like him, not that Hitler is any more humble himself.
  • Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain: Less so in his debut, where he did have Frollo and Gaston on the ropes before he's defeated by Dmitri Frollo. Played straight later on, with emphasis on the ineffectual and low on the sympathetic.
  • Jerkass: Sure, he's not as evil as the real Hitler, but he's still not a nice man. He's abusive not only towards his enemies, but to his minions as well.
  • Large Ham: Very much the same way as in the original film.
  • No Indoor Voice: All his ranting and yelling, which exceeds any calm dialogue he has.
  • Pet the Dog: Mostly towards Günsche. He doesn't berate him or abuse him as much as he does to his other minions (including Hans Frollo), and the dynamic between the two appears to be a Villainous Friendship.
  • The Power of Hate: He uses the power of ranting as one of his attacks.
  • Properly Paranoid: Of all the members of Los no Frollos, he did not trust Wilford Brimley when the latter started discussing his plans at their base. He's proven correct when Wilford absorbed Madotsuki's sorrows and betrayed the organization.
  • Revenge Before Reason: OK, so Frollo and Gaston foiled Hans Frollo's attempt to kill Fegelein? Best way to retaliate is by brainwashing Hans into killing Frollo even when it's against the Frollo family code.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: He was trapped in the bunker until Hades let him out in "Frollo Has a Bad Feeling".
  • Shoryuken: Performs his version on Frollo.
  • Stupid Jetpack Hitler: He has enough superhuman powers to dish out a Curb-Stomp Battle to Frollo and Gaston at once, though whether he falls into this trope or Ghostapo is not entirely clear.
  • Those Two Bad Guys: With Günsche. He's the one that Hitler relies on in spite of his disdain.
  • Ungrateful Bastard: Even after Hans Frollo revived him out of loyalty, Hitler is still the dick to him, not caring about family values over revenge. He doesn't even react to his death.
  • Villain Decay: In his first appearance, he's shown to be a decent threat to Frollo and Gaston, overpowering them until Dmitri Frollo arrives. He's reduced to a Butt-Monkey in subsequent episodes, being one of the most incompetent and stupid villains.
  • Villainous Breakdown: He suffers one anytime a plan is foiled, acting as if the world is ending. Other characters seem to treat it as a normal occurrence.
  • Vomit Indiscretion Shot: Throw up on his lap after seeing Haruhi melting.
  • Wake-Up Call Boss: After seeing how easy Achmed Frollo was to defeat in the previous episode, he's the first major villain to actually be a challenge to Frollo and Gaston.

    Otto Günsche 

Otto Günsche
Portrayed by: Gotz Otto

"It's about time I show you my powers."

A tall SS officer and Hitler's personal adjutant. He often informs or asks Hitler about various matters, but he has some hidden powers underneath his calm exterior.

  • Badass Cape: Wears one as Armored Günsche.
  • Battle Butler: Always the one to respond to Hitler's help.
  • Bearer of Bad News: He often informs Hitler of Fegelein's antics and other trouble.
  • The Big Guy: The tallest man in Hitler's circle.
  • Bring It: During his duel with Frollo.
    "It's not over yet! Come on, come on, COME ON!"
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: He appears to be the standard informer, but his armored form is a different story.
  • The Dragon: Technically shares this role with Hans Frollo, as both of them aid Hitler during the events of "Frollo Gets Flashed by a Gothic Lolita", but Günsche remains as Hitler's closest aide during the "Frollo Finally Does It" saga after Hans Frollo's death. Additionally, he isn't brainwashed by Hitler like Hans Frollo is.
  • Enemy Mine: He joins Frollo and friends in stopping Wilford Brimley.
  • I Shall Taunt You: Does this during his duel with Frollo, goading him to attack so he can follow up with a counterattack.
  • Messenger: His main role in the Führerbunker.
  • Not-So-Harmless Villain: He actually manages to best Frollo in a duel before Hitler and Stalin order Hans and Dmitri Frollo to interrupt their fight.
  • The Quiet One: Hardly talks, and when he does, it's usually informing Hitler of trivial things. Of course, Beware the Quiet Ones is also in effect.
  • The Reliable One: From Hitler's point of view. He's more competent than the other members and Hitler yells at him less.
  • The Stoic: He hardly changes his expression. He does, however, have some Not So Stoic moments in his Super Mode.
  • Super Mode: Armored Günsche, in which he dons a metal suit of armor and gains levitation and speed.
  • Those Two Bad Guys: With Hitler. Although the Führer sometimes expresses disdain towards him, he still remains loyal to his master.

    Hans Frollo 

Hans Frollo
Dubbed by: Klausjürgen Wussow

"The jailers here are stupid... Being a Nazi doesn't necessarily make you evil..."

Frollo's German cousin and a Nazi scientist. He is loyal to the Frollo family code, refusing to harm anyone in his family.

  • Affably Antagonistic: He comes off as a lot more moral than Frollo's other cousins.
  • Anti-Villain: While he remains loyal to Hitler, his motives are anything but evil.
  • Back from the Dead: See Big Damn Heroes below.
  • Big Damn Heroes: In "Frollo Misses His Mother", he saves his French cousin and Gaston from the Demon Sistas.
  • Blood from the Mouth: He coughs some blood when Gaston pierces him from behind with an arrow.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: Due to Hans never wanting to bring harm to his family, Hitler has to brainwash him to do his bidding and fight against Claude Frollo.
  • The Dragon: Double subverted. Hitler promotes him as the captain of the Fellowship with the task to kill Frollo. Hans refuses, due to refusing to willingly harm his family, but he was forced into the role anyway.
  • Dying as Yourself: A tragic example. Gaston breaks the brainwashing effect, but fails to realize this and continues to attack. Hans is killed before he even realizes what he had been doing.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: Would never harm his family at any cost. Not willingly.
  • Evil Genius: The "evil" part is downplayed, but he's a Nazi scientist who manufactures potions with different effects.
  • Eyepatch of Power: After being blasted by Fegelbombs in a schoolhouse, he wears an eyepatch over his left eye, possibly due to it being hit by something from the explosion.
  • Heel–Face Door-Slam: See Dying as Yourself above.
  • Killed Off for Real: The Hell Guards devour his soul for all eternity.
  • Screw the Rules, I'm Doing What's Right!: Hitler promotes Hans to captain of the Fellowship to hunt down his French cousin, but he declines, refusing to harm his family. It's defied, as the Führer would have none of it.
  • Token Good Teammate: The only member that isn't self-absorbed or crazy as the other Nazis.
  • Uncanny Family Resemblance: Looks exactly like Claude Frollo with the addition of a Commissar Cap.
  • Villain by Default: Discussed in Leet Fighters episode 6. In Hell, Guile and M. Bison accidentally free him from a cell labeled "Super Evil Prisoner #1", and he comments on how stupid the jailers are for thinking that being a Nazi automatically makes him evil.


Joseph Goebbels

Portrayed by: Ulrich Matthes

The Nazi propaganda minister.

  • The Dog Bites Back: Attacks Mormon Jesus for being subject to his experiments.
  • Jerkass: He has a high opinion of himself and berates others for their failures. Given Hitler's treatment towards his minions, this could be understandable.
  • Professional Butt-Kisser: He claims that he's Hitler's favorite lackey.
  • Villainous Cheekbones: His pale skin and prominent cheekbones give him a skull-like face.

Hans Krebs

Portrayed by: Rolf Kaines

A Wehrmacht general with a strange obsession of pointing at maps.

  • Berserk Button: Destroying his maps.
  • Companion Cube: Very protective of his maps.
  • The Strategist: He's the one who helps plan Hitler's schemes. He also was the original strategist for Los no Frollos before Stocking showed up.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: He is not seen after episode 14, even though Goebbels and Jodl made a later appearance in episode 19.

Alfred Jodl

Portrayed by: Christian Redl

A Wehrmacht general known for his shiny bald head.

Wilhelm Burgdorf

Portrayed by: Justus von Dohnányi

A Wehrmacht general known for his alcoholism.

  • Abnormal Ammo: He wields a Walther PPK pistol that can somehow shoot potatoes, which always miss the intended target.
  • The Alcoholic: Even more so than in the original film. It works against him when he's performing tasks like spying on Frollo and his allies.
  • Motor Mouth: He can speak very quickly.
  • The Spymaster: This was his role for Los no Frollos. You can guess how well that went.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: Like Krebs, he does not appear as one of Mormon Jesus's test subjects in episode 19.


The Arabian Bros

A band of Middle Eastern Terrorists. Led by Achmed Frollo, they vow to wreak vengeance upon the United States for destroying their lives.

    Achmed Frollo 

Achmed Frollo
Dubbed by: Samir Al-Banna

"We already developed copies of the zombie chemical! We'll conquer them... we'll conquer the biggest cities in the world!"

The Arabian cousin to Frollo, he originally lived a peaceful life until a US air strike destroyed his home and everything he had. To get his revenge on the Americans, he got with Gwonam, Jafar, and Yusuf to create a group called the Arabian Bros.

  • Arch-Enemy: To Frollo, being the one leading the Arabian Bros's attack on Paris.
  • Back from the Dead: Twice! First time is at the end of "Frollo Misses his Mother", using Gaston's spring to come back to life. Second time is at the end of "Frollo Beats Up Evil Residents", again through said spring.
  • Big Bad: Of "Frollo Beats Up Evil Residents".
  • Diabolical Mastermind: Serves as the leader of the terrorists, giving orders to his three comrades.
  • Disc-One Final Boss: Despite being the Big Bad of episode 9, he is not the last opponent faced. Instead, Jafar is after his resurrection into a genie.
  • Eaten Alive: In "Frollo Gets Flashed by a Gothic Lolita", by a giant Threatening Shark summoned by the Garbage Guy.
  • Evil Wears Black: When sending hostage videos, he and his clan dress in black to conceal their identities.
  • Faux Affably Evil: He compliments Frollo on his fighting skills, persuading him to join his brotherhood and perfect the world. His friendly air quickly vanishes when his French cousin declines his offer.
  • Finger-Tenting: Like his cousins, he has a knack for this.
  • Freudian Excuse: The reason he formed the Arabian Bros after an American air strike destroyed his home.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: He and Gwonam get eaten by the zombies they created.
  • Hypocritical Humor: He turns down Mama Lufti's request to join the Arabian Bros. on the grounds that he's a "racially insensitive character," despite he and his colleagues embodying racist stereotypes of Middle Easterners, terrorists or otherwise.
  • Motive Decay: He planned on turning Paris and eventually the rest of the world into a Zombie Apocalypse in "Frollo Beats Up Evil Residents". After that, he largely drops this in favor of getting revenge on Frollo for his defeat.
  • Non-Action Big Bad: He lets his brothers do all the fighting, though he'll occasionally get into the action himself.
  • Nuke 'em: His debut appearance has him attempting to wipe out the United States with a nuclear bomb. Frollo arrives to stop him.
  • Plane Fu: Achmed Frollo sneaked out of the big battle to get a plane to crash into Frollo's cathedral. The Garbage Guy wasn't having that and shot him down.
  • Single-Stroke Battle: Stocking delivers a single katana strike to him and Gwonam, defeating them.
  • Sinister Scimitar: He and Gwonam attempt this on Frollo and Stocking. This is also one of the few aversions of his Non-Action Big Bad status.
  • Starter Villain: He's the first antagonist in the series, and the easiest to kill.
  • Uncanny Family Resemblance: Looks exactly like Claude Frollo with the addition of a keffiyeh.
  • Villain Song: He sings one to his French cousin about how they are the superior race, and that they should team up to rule the world.
  • Villain Teleportation: Like his cousin, he can teleport.
  • We Can Rule Together: Tries to persuade his French cousin to join him by reminding him that he is family, but gets rejected.


Dubbed by: Reda Al Wakil

"No one transforms into a giant snake like Yusuf!"

Gaston's Arabian cousin, who is just as arrogant as him.


Voiced by: Jonathan Freeman

"You cannot just parade in here uninvited!"

An Arabian sorcerer who acts as the brawn of the Arabian Bros, preferring to goof off instead of actually performing his duties.

  • Attention Deficit... Ooh, Shiny!: Seemed to have had this when dueling with Frollo on board the airship.
  • Beam Spam: He uses his staff to shoot lasers.
  • Beard of Evil: A twisted goatee.
  • Becoming the Genie: From being revived a second time.
  • Boss Subtitles: "Perverted Arabian Sorcerer"
  • The Brute: He is definitely the most powerful member of the terrorists, although he doesn't start transforming until Irate Gamer and Stocking wish for him to become stronger. That aside, he occasionally requires direction from Achmed whenever he takes his time performing a task.
  • De-Power: Strikes Tommy Wiseau with one beam and strips him of his Tommy Wi-Tux powers.
  • Dirty Old Man: Look at his Boss Subtitles. At one point, he hits on a zombified Panty, and Achmed, Yusuf, and Gwonam are visibly squicked.
  • Final Boss: Jafar is the last obstacle Frollo must overcome in "Frollo Beats Up Evil Residents".
  • Good Scars, Evil Scars: Madotsuki and Yomika leave a scar on his right eye.
  • Half the Man He Used to Be: Mark punches Jafar so hard, the top half of his body flies into space and crashes into Pyron's spaceship, causing it to explode.
  • Lean and Mean: He is indeed quite slim. His genie form, however, is buff and muscular.
  • Magic Staff: He wields his trademark snake scepter, which he uses for melee combat or casting magic spells.
  • Oh, Crap!: When he tries the De-Power trick on Mark, he dodges the beam, giving him this reaction as Mark impales him with Spartacus's spear before he's bisected.
  • One-Winged Angel: He transforms twice during his battle, first into a snake, then a genie. Interestingly, neither of those transformations were of his own power.
  • Out of the Inferno: After Achmed orders him to "Flame the bastard!", he breathes a ring of fire around Frollo and makes his battle entrance walking through it.
  • Painfully Slow Projectile: His fireball moves incredibly slowly, but it doesn't cross Frollo's mind to just avoid it.
  • Scaled Up: His snake form.
  • Ungrateful Bastard: The Irate Gamer inadvertently makes him stronger with his wish. How does Jafar thank him? By biting off his head.
  • Why Don't You Just Shoot Him?: He does. He flicks Frollo away before Frollo can finish becoming a Super Saiyan 3.


Voiced by: Paul Wann

"The birds are dying! Isn't it beautiful?"

A Koridian sorcerer who declared revenge on the Americans for killing his wife and destroying everything he had, forging an alliance with the Arabian Bros.

  • Adaptational Badass: Have no known fighting skills in his home game.
  • Adaptational Villainy: In his home game, he acts as the Mr. Exposition for Link on his quest. Here, he's a terrorist who launches a city-scale attack on Paris.
  • Beard of Evil: Has a longer beard than Jafar's.
  • Catchphrase: "Squadala!".
  • Dirty Old Man: If his reaction to seeing a picture of a sexy Scanty is any indication.
  • Enemy Mine: He joins Frollo and friends in stopping Wilford Brimley.
  • Evil Genius: The brains of the organization.
  • Evil Sorcerer: Downplayed, while he can spawn scrolls, make a carpet fly and magically grab people with the jewell of his hat, he mostly fight with a scimitar rather than using offensive spells.
  • Freudian Excuse: A wordless flashback implies that he and Achmed formed the Arabian Bros because he lost his wife when American planes bombed his village.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: He gets eaten by the zombies he helped create.
  • Impossibly Cool Weapon: He wields a triple-bladed scimitar in "Frollo Gets Flashed by a Gothic Lolita". It symbolizes his three fallen brothers, Achmed, Yusuf, and Jafar.
  • Ironic Hell: After the failed zombie attack, he's reduced to working as a taxi driver in New York, located in the very same country that he loathes. It doesn't last long, however.
  • Magic Carpet: His and the Arabian Bros' mode of transportation, and later the other villains'.
  • Non-Action Guy: Like Achmed, he rarely gets into confrontations himself, preferring to spectate along with him. This is averted in later episodes, as he's shown to be a capable fighter.
  • Pointy Ears: A trait shared by other Koridians.
  • Retired Monster: He's reluctant to rejoin the Arabian Bros after the zombie attack. It's only a 10-Minute Retirement, as when Achmed shows Gwonam a picture of a sexy Scanty, he agrees to join Los no Frollos.
  • Sinister Scimitar: In addition to wielding a single blade, he can wield three at once. The latter symbolizes his fallen brothers.
  • Sole Survivor: He's the only surviving member of the Arabian Bros.
  • Stealth Insult: When serving as a taxi driver in New York, his fake license contains a stealth Your Mom insult. note 
  • True Companions: While all of the Arabian Bros view each other as True Companions, it's implied that they were his only friends at that point, and he was saddened to see each one of them die.


Voiced by: Jack E. Haegar

"The freak show! See the strange and bizarre!"

A floating jester skull who aids the Arabian Bros in CarnEvil.



Portrayed by: Dan Janjigian


The one-scene wonder from The Room, he's a goon hired by the Arabian Bros to get their ransom.

  • Bullying a Dragon: Follows Walter Sobchak and Jack Bauer into threatening Ronald after after he came out of the Wilfmension holding Frollo's corpse. Ronald abandon them 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: Is left in the Frollo Show cartridge which gets destroyed.
  • Only in It for the Money: He only joins the PITy crew just to get his money from the Arabian Bros.
  • Sixth Ranger: To the Arabian Bros.

Los no Frollos

Los no Frollos (translated "The no-Frollos") is an organization formed by Marco Antonio Regil after his first defeat by Frollo and Gaston. Its members consist of the denizens of Hell, who had a smaller but similar alliance, the Arabian Bros, the Fatally Fabulously Fegelein Find and Fuck-up Fellowship, and other villains. They are invited by convincing the existing members, getting recommended by others, or just tagging along.

    Dmitri Frollo 

Dmitri Frollo
Dubbed by: Igor Balalaev

"The Russians kill Hitler once again!"

Frollo's Russian cousin, desiring to conquer France for the former Soviet Union and his bro Stalin.

  • Badass Baritone: He has a very deep voice.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: Averted. Though he and Stalin seem to share a mindlink, Dmitri is loyal to him even without it. It appears to be more of a Sectoid-Style powerup.
  • The Bus Came Back: In "Frollo has a Bad Feeling" after an eight-episode absence.
  • Dead Hat Shot: After he meets his fiery end thanks to Frollo and Bleemo's Combination Attack, all that remains of him is his ushanka.
  • Dirty Communists: He and Stalin quickly conquer France and force its citizens into labor.
  • Hammer and Sickle: His weapons of choice to tie in with his Communist motif, though only seen in a blink-and-you'll-miss-it moment.
  • An Ice Person: Unlike his French and German cousin, he have ice powers instead of fire ones.
  • Leeroy Jenkins: Which leads to his demise. When he makes the mistake to launch a close-ranged attack on Frollo while Frollo and Bleemo charge up, he gets vaporized by the hot air.
  • No Body Left Behind: His ushanka is the only thing that survives.
  • Patriotic Fervor: A negative type of this trope. He will do anything for Stalin and willingly disobeys the Frollo family code of not harming family members.
  • Pragmatic Villainy: He defeated Hitler to save France, but it's only for Stalin to conquer it without Nazi resistance.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: He and Stalin abandon ship when Gaston drives them out with an Egg Blaster.
  • Uncanny Family Resemblance: Looks exactly like Claude Frollo with the addition of a ushanka.

    Josef Stalin 

Josef Stalin
"With Hitler gone, France is ours! All French people must do labor!"

The dictator of the Soviet Union and Arch-Enemy to Hitler. Dmitri Frollo resurrects him between the events of "Frollo Reads Mein Kampf" and "Frollo Gets AIDS", and together, they desire to conquer France.

  • Arch-Enemy: Hitler, just like in Real Life history.
  • Badass Mustache: A bushy one compared to his German counterpart's rectangular 'stache.
  • The Bus Came Back: In "Frollo has a Bad Feeling" after an eight-episode absence.
  • Dirty Communists: You don't say.
  • Enemy Mine: He hates Frollo so much that he'll even work with Hitler to take him down.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Seems to have a Bash Brothers dynamic with Dmitri Frollo.
  • Foil: To Hitler, with both being dictators that were revived by a cousin of Frollo's and both wanting to conquer France, but Stalin is a lot calmer than Hitler is and treats Dmitri very well.
  • Grayscale of Evil: Notably, he's the only character in this show to be completely monochrome, as he was sourced from various photographs and his speech about the Nazi invasions on November 7, 1941.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: Maussan teleports him over an ice-pillar he himself created earlier during his attack and he is promptly impaled on it.
  • Human Popsicle: His ice powers can cause this to his opponents, though it doesn't seem to have any lasting effects.
  • An Ice Person: He's a master at cryokinesis, and can make sharp ice sculptures at will.
  • Not So Different: Hitler points out the similarities between him and the Communists, like sharing their hatred for Frollo and Gaston or their desire to conquer France. Stalin and Dmitri form a truce with him over this.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: He and Dmitri abandon ship when Gaston drives them out with an Egg Blaster.
  • Villains Out Shopping: Prior to detecting Hitler escaping his bunker, he and Dmitri were playing a card game.


Voiced by: James Woods

"He's a legendary power-broker and manipulator in perhaps his final bid for immortality. A man with the means, the motives, and the opportunities to play you and the rest of us as pawns..."

The god of the Underworld with a fiery temper and low patience. He likes to spew out corny jokes and punchlines.

  • Adaptational Badass: In regards to combat abilities; the canon Hades was a chessmaster who preferred to use his cunning and deception when dealing with Zeus and Hercules and never fights directly, instead freeing the Titans to storm Mt. Olympus.
  • Adaptational Nice Guy: Commits fewer atrocities, makes no Deal with the Devil moments, and is generally more chummy and down-to-earth compared to his original film counterpart.
  • Benevolent Boss: To Scanty and Kneesocks. A far cry from his Bad Boss tendencies towards Pain and Panic in his original film—then again, the Demon Sisters are far more competent than them.
  • Berserk Button: Don't shit on his face.
  • Burning with Anger: Literally; when he becomes angry, his body erupts into fountains of fire.
  • Catchphrase: "I know", in response towards Kneesocks's RRRURUS rants when they go overboard. How he says it also varies on his attitude.
  • Combination Attack: Teaming up with Frollo, he can perform a supercharged firewave attack.
  • A Date with Rosie Palms: Implied, when he has the Demon Sistas do a dance for him.
  • Elemental Absorption: Fire attacks only make him stronger, which is quite a problem for Frollo.
  • Enemy Mine: He joins Frollo and friends in stopping Wilford Brimley.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: Is visibly horrified when Frollo forcefully breaks Madotsuki without a second thought.
  • Fat and Skinny: Hades isn't so much fat as hefty, but he contrasts appropriately with the lean Corset.
  • Flaming Hair: Blue flames for the calm and witty mood, red flames for the hot-tempered mood.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: Just like in the movie, it's easy to see that blue hair turn red.
  • Heel–Face Door-Slam: Nonlethal example, but had Gaston not attacked and taunted him while he was realizing that he was actually good friends with Frollo, there is no knowing if he might not have turned or at least retreated.
  • Incoming Ham: "Frollo, I'M HOOOME!"
  • Large Ham: Varies. He can go from calm and collected Deadpan Snarker to screaming fury at the drop of a hat.
  • Playing with Fire: He is Hades after all.
  • Terrible Trio: Forms this dynamic with Scanty and Kneesocks, with him as their boss, naturally.
  • Those Two Bad Guys: With Corset
  • Villainous Breakdown: Over the course of "Frollo Sees Dead People", thanks to Frollo, Gaston, and Lefou messing around.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: He considered Frollo a friend when Frollo drank with him in the Underworld, yet Frollo joined Gaston and Lefou in trolling him.
  • We Used to Be Friends: Flashbacks from "Frollo Gets Flashed by a Gothic Lolita" reveal that he and Frollo bonded over Sol beer between the third and fourth episodes, and it was their friendship that allowed Hades to help him return from the afterlife. They still have some residual feelings towards each other, as Hades calls Frollo "my best friend" despite their previous hostilities.
  • You Have Failed Me: Does this to Scanty and Kneesocks after they let Frollo and friends escape after Hans Frollo covers them in his semen, and they use Sonic's spring to escape from Hell. He then rages and kicks them into the River Styx in which Rick Astley's song Never Gonna Give You Up is heard as they are dragged down into the River Styx.

    Scanty & Kneesocks 

Scanty & Kneesocks
Voiced by: Yuka Komatsu (Scanty), Ayumi Fujimura (Kneesocks)

"It doesn't matter the era, we're always high class!"

Hades' servants, they are very noble in the RRRRURUS and will follow anything he says. Scanty wields revolvers, while Kneesocks uses scythes.

  • Affably Evil: Occasionally. In Leet Fighters 6, Kneesocks shows no hostility towards Guile and Bison, only merely scolding the latter for trying to escape. She even bids Bison good luck in finding Guile, who in turn is searching for Ronald.
  • Amazon Brigade: They're Hades's female servants and formidable fighters.
  • Co-Dragons: For Hades
  • Cool and Unusual Punishment: For failing to stop Frollo, Gaston, and Lefou from escaping, they're kicked into a Rickroll pit.
  • Dark Action Girl: Alone, Scanty can take on both Frollo and Gaston until she's caught off guard by Guile throwing a Sonic Boom at her. When fighting alongside Kneesocks, they can become a near unstoppable force.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: Both of them appeared in Frollo's magic fire before Frollo and Gaston met them in the Underworld.
  • Enemy Mine:
    • When Stocking joins Los no Frollos, Scanty shows hostility towards her and orders her to be taken away, but they are seen working together one episode later to humiliate Frollo on his birthday.
    • Along with the other remaining members of Los no Frollos, they join Frollo and friends in stopping Wilford Brimley.
  • Gratuitous English: Both of them let out a "What the hell?!" when they find themselves in Rome, before Batiatus.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: Just like in the original show, Scanty has a very short fuse whenever things don't go her way.
  • Hoist by Their Own Petard: Their attempt to send Frollo and Gaston back to the past backfires when they're sent back as well.
  • Hot-Blooded: Both sisters are this, albeit in very different ways. Scanty has a violent, trigger-happy temper while Kneesocks is usually calmer but can get very emotional during her RRRRRURUS rant.
  • Hypocritical Humor: Scanty complains about sneak attacks...after having just ambushed Jaime Maussan.
  • Insistent Terminology: "RRRRRURUS", instead of "Rules".
  • Lady of War: Both are very sharp-dressed and skilled fighters, but Kneesocks fits more due to her calmer temper.
  • Long List: Of RRRRURUS for the Underworld.
  • Luminescent Blush: Kneesocks, when she gets angry or sees Hitler rant.
  • Motor Mouth: When Kneesocks gets going on her RRRRURUS rants, she has to be silenced by someone else, usually Hades.
  • Noble Demon: Neither of them are "nice" but they do follow the RRRRURUS. They decide to throw Anakaris into the PITy because he was innocent, and therefore not worth killing.
  • Pet the Dog: Based on their list of Frollo's allies, they compliment Ib for having good fashion sense and cite Mark as "kinda good looking".
  • Put on a Bus: They're absent after "Frollo Misses his Mother", not reappearing until "Frollo Fucks the Gods".
  • Revolvers Are Just Better: Scanty's Double Gold Lacytanga.
  • Siblings in Crime: The two are sisters.
  • Sinister Scythe: Kneesocks' Double Gold Spandex.
  • Stoic Spectacles: Kneesocks is the more level-headed of the two.
  • Terrible Trio: Hades is their leader; they're the two minions.
  • Those Two Bad Guys
  • Trilling Rs: Whenever they talk about the RRRRRURUS!
  • We Used to Be Friends: Originally, they had a positive relationship with Frollo, seeing how happy he made their boss Hades through bonding over Sol, and bid him adieu before he exited the afterlife. It then soured when Frollo, Gaston, and Lefou trolled Hades and Frollo had Lefou shit on Hades' face, culminating in Hades kicking them into a Rickroll pit for failing to stop the trio from escaping Hell.


Voiced by: Shigeru Chiba

"C'mon... hit me again! Pomf me like you did earlier!"

The mayor of Daten City, he acts as the behind-the-scenes in Hell.


Voiced by: Eartha Kitt

"The next sound you'll hear is an automatic pattern cutter with teeth of steel!"

A mad scientist from Inca hired by the Arabian Bros to aid them in their schemes. She is skilled at making potions and giant robots.

  • Badass Bookworm: Relies more on her brains rather than brute force.
  • Beware the Silly Ones: You'd think that by being Laughably Evil, she shouldn't be much of a threat, right? Well, not only did she create a potion and give it to a band of Middle Eastern Terrorists to cause a Zombie Apocalypse, she can take on Frollo in hand-to-hand combat despite her age.
  • Cool Old Lady: Despite her age and frail looks, she's still got it.
  • Dark Action Girl: Less deadly than Scanty and Kneesocks, but still a force to be reckoned with.
  • Deadly Disc: Her giant robot can morph its hands into buzzsaws.
  • Enemy Mine: She joins Frollo and friends in stopping Wilford Brimley.
  • Evil Genius: Serves as a second one to the Arabian Bros, as her inventions aided the team on its schemes. Also one to Los no Frollos, working with Hans Frollo to resurrect Lemongrab and give Wilford Brimley his powers back.
  • Fan Disservice: In-Universe. She tries to compete with Panty's strip tease, but only succeeds in making Frollo, Gaston, and Kronk nauseous.
  • Humongous Mecha: She builds herself one named "The Meaning of Life".
  • Laughably Evil: Her personality paints her as this compared to most other villains.
  • Lean and Mean: Taking notes from fellow Disney villain Jafar, Yzma stands out from other characters for being unusually thin in her limbs and body shape.
  • Mad Scientist: As buffoonish as she is, her inventions do what they're supposed to do and are pretty advanced.
  • Muscles Are Meaningless: Take one look at her. She's twig-thin, yet she can take on Frollo in hand-to-hand combat (who, in all fairness, is also very thin).
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: Banished to the sewers by Panty, but then accidentally catapulted out by Fegelein and Mephiles fighting, which allows Yzma to meet with Los no Frollos.
  • Sixth Ranger: To the Arabian Bros.
  • Swirlie: Panty shoves her down the toilet, which defeats her at the end of "Frollo is Too Young".
  • Transforming Mecha: Her robot can transform into a fighter jet-like vehicle.


Voiced by: Justin Roiland

"Oh man... I'm looking around this place and starting to feel some anxiety about this whole thing..."

A humanoid lemon drop with a very loud high-pitched voice.

  • Alien Blood: Because he's a humanoid lemon, he bleeds yellow lemon juice.
  • Audience Surrogate: In his Early-Bird Cameo in "Frollo Misses His Mother", he's seen as a typical audience for Wilford's version of the show.
  • Back from the Dead: In "Frollo has a Bad Feeling", he is resurrected by Yzma and Hans Frollo.
  • Cloud Cuckoo Lander
  • Cool Sword: Wields a sound sword, which can temporarily incapacitate enemies.
  • Driven to Suicide: He freaks out and walks out of a high window after seeing the FRED movie.
  • Enemy Mine: He joins Frollo and friends in stopping Wilford Brimley.
  • Giant Space Flea from Nowhere: Most characters have seemingly no reason for being with Frollo (whether on friendly terms or not), but he appears out of nowhere practically the very instant Frollo de-ages, just because Frollo is "too young".
  • Heroic Sacrifice: He does one for Frollo in part 1 of "Frollo Finally Does It".
  • Hostile Show Takeover: Hijacks Frollo's show because he's "too young" for it, thanks to Yzma's youth potion.
  • Incoming Ham: "Too young! Too young to rule The Frollo Show!"
  • Large Ham: "UNACCEPTABLE!"
  • Mercy Kill: Gets on the receiving end of one.
  • Mythology Gag: Takes over Frollo's show once Frollo is "too young" for it, just as he took over the kingdom in his debut episode of Adventure Time.
  • No Indoor Voice: Extremely and persistently loud. Even other large hams have their quiet moments.
  • O.O.C. Is Serious Business: The one time he isn't shouting at the top of his lungs is before his death. With both of his legs broken in the Wilfmension, he's ready to accept his fate.
  • Psychopathic Manchild: No indication on how old he is, but he's psychologically a five-year-old.
  • Screaming Warrior: Lemongrab is constantly screaming while he fights. He is even used as a distraction at one point.

    Marco Antonio Regil 

Marco Antonio Regil
Click here to see his scarred reappearance 
"¡Fue entonces cuando tuve la excelente idea!"

A Mexican game show host with a special psychokinesis power, the Scoreboard Aura. He has low patience and takes great pride in his penis, claiming that it is the sexiest "in all the Mexican Republic, and in the US and Puerto Rico as well". After his first defeat by Frollo and Gaston, he founded the organization called Los no Frollos.

  • Adaptational Badass: The real life Marco Antonio Regil obviously has no supernatural powers.
  • Badass in a Nice Suit: Wears a fancy suit while kicking the crap out of Frollo and Gaston.
  • Berserk Button: Insulting his penis.
  • Beware the Silly Ones: He's a game show host, how deadly can he be? One of the most powerful members of Los no Frollos, in fact, if not the most powerful! Batiatus' Power Level is technically very slightly higher, but Marco's abilities are so versatile that he can beat him with minimal effort anyways.
  • Calling Your Attacks: "¡¡¡UN AUTOOOOO!!!translation " and "¡Toda la republica mexicana!translation "
  • Car Fu: With the Car as a flying surfboard.
  • Catchphrase: "¡Vamos a jugar!" (Let's play!)
  • Disproportionate Retribution: Don't like others mocking you on your show? Attack them with letters of the alphabet and people of the Mexican Republic, then start an organization for the purpose of trying to kill them.
  • Do Not Taunt Cthulhu: Frollo and Gaston spent part of their time as game show participants making fun of him. The last straw was when Frollo manipulated the scoreboard to read "Marco has a small black cock".
  • Economy Cast: When he's not moderating game shows in Mexico, he's moderating game shows in Japan.
  • Enemy Mine: He joins Frollo and friends in stopping Wilford Brimley.
  • Enemy Scan: "The Marvel of the Human Mind".
  • Facial Horror: After being struck by Gaston's huge grenade, the right side of Marco's face is heavily charred, which, combined with his permanently-glowing right eye, gives him a ghastly appearance.
  • Game Show Host: Obviously.
  • Glowing Eyes of Doom: Anytime he uses his Scoreboard Aura, his eyes glow yellow.
    • After being struck by Gaston's huge grenade, he gains a permanently-glowing right eye.
  • Grievous Harm with a Body: Gathers people into a ball and throws it at Frollo.
  • Groin Attack: Inverted. Marco attacks with his groin to kill all of the Wilford birds.
  • Improbable Weapon User: Letters of the alphabet, the people of the Mexican Republic, and shoes.
  • I Shall Taunt You: Likes to insult and ridicule his enemies, almost to the point of trolling them. Even when firing letters of the alphabet as an attack, they spell out insults.
  • Large Ham Announcer: But of course. chincherrinas even jokingly admits that he hams a lot for a game show host.
  • Leitmotif: "You May Call Me Father".
  • Light 'em Up: His aura glows yellow anytime he activates his powers.
  • Mind over Matter: Can manipulate people or objects with his mind.
  • No One Could Survive That!: Taken to an exaggeration. A lot of the punishment he takes would be enough to kill a normal man, yet he hasn't suffered any terrible injuries.
  • Not Quite Dead: He pulls this twice.
  • Oh, Crap!: In the car chase, Gaston fires a massive grenade that Marco tries to manipulate with his powers, but they fail to work on it, causing him to panic right before he gets hit.
  • Punch Catch: Catches a punch thrown by Gaston. He overpowers him and sends him flying towards the scoring wheel.
  • Signature Move: A CAAAR!!! appears to be his.
  • Stat-O-Vision: Using his "Marvel of the Human Mind" ability, he can measure not only the power level of his scanned target, but the character's abilities and weaknesses as well.
  • Tennis Boss: Does this with Frollo, with a ball of people of the Mexican Republic as the ball.
  • Two-Faced: When he comes back after Gaston swallowed some grenades to blow him up.
  • Vanity License Plate: The front license plate of the car that he summons reads "REGIL69".
  • Weak, but Skilled: Subverted when he fights Batiatus. Marco is already one of the most powerful characters in the show, but he actually effortlessly defeats Batiatus despite the latter having a power level a bit higher than his own according to official sources. He does this with clever tactics and interpretive use of his telekinetic powers. The big battle also displays him owning a wide range of support powers.
  • The Worf Effect: Subverted in part 1 of "Frollo Finally Does It". During the allies' battle against the Wilford octopus, it effortlessly interrupts Marco's A CAAAR!!! and throws him out, but he manages to defeat it with Mark's help by collapsing the mountain on top of it.
  • Would Hit a Girl: Attempted to kill Haruhi with a shoe in episode 16.

    Quintus Lentulus Batiatus 

Quintus Lentulus Batiatus
Portrayed by: John Hannah

"Once again the gods spread cheeks to ram cock in fucking ass..."

A very loud and foul-mouthed lanista hailing from ancient Rome.

  • Adaptational Badass: In his home show, he's not a trained fighter yet can hold his own and has delivered a few beatdowns, but is no match for trained gladiators. Here, he has a large amount of powers to make him one of the strongest characters.
  • Asshole Victim: Stocking assists Madotsuki in killing him for breaking the no-innocents rule. The former laments the necessity of his death.
  • Boss Subtitles: "The Fucking Dominus"
  • The Brute: Of Los no Frollos. He's one of the strongest members of the organization, but that's the extent of his abilities, as he's nowhere as versatile as Marco Antonio Regil or deceptive as Wilford Brimley.
  • The Comically Serious: With some of the other villains.
  • Country Matters: Has no problem shouting this word among his list of swears.
  • Dies Wide Open: His eyes are wide open when he dies.
  • The Friend Nobody Likes: No one at Los no Frollos gives their respects to him when he's dead. Justified as he violated the rule forbidding the killing of innocents.
  • Gag Penis: Invoked with "JUPITER'S COCK!", and man is it massive.
  • Hero Killer: Of both Garry and Ib.
  • Improvised Weapon: His techniques include, among others, "fucking flowers" and "fucking wine".
  • Incoming Ham: "The gods' fucking favors! My COCK rises to the fucking heavens!"
  • Jerkass: Even by the standards of this show, Batiatus is unrepentantly rude and crass.
  • Karmic Death: Gets one for not following the rule of killing innocents.
  • Kick the Dog: Murdering Garry and Ib under Wilford's orders.
  • Knight of Cerebus: He's among the least goofy and most malicious of the villains.
  • Large Ham: The largest ham of all.
  • Last-Name Basis: His full name is only revealed through Achmed Frollo's scouter app.
  • Made of Iron: Down to surviving having his throat slashed.
  • No-Holds-Barred Beatdown: On Ib. Though it isn't seen.
  • No Indoor Voice: He's not as bad as Lemongrab in this regard, but he still shouts a lot.
  • Paper-Thin Disguise: When he sells pizza to Kronk at Frollo's birthday party, Kronk never notices him through the mustache and cap.
  • Politically Incorrect Villain: He describes Frollo and his friends as "Shit from a whore!"
  • Precision F-Strike: To a literal extent. He is able to hurl various objects as projectiles, always calling the attack as "Fucking [object]".
  • Rasputinian Death: He's been blown up numerous times, mauled by killer paintings, attacked by a giant Creepy Doll, and slashed by the throat, yet he still remains alive... and only until Stocking and Madotsuki slash said throat again is when he stays down.
  • Sir Swears-a-Lot: Everyone else swears freely, but this guy gets the gold medal.
  • The Sociopath: He was pretty bad in his debut episode, but then he pulls out all the morally low stops in episode 16.
  • Took a Level in Jerkass: A credible and unforgiving threat in his introduction episode, sure, but from then on, he mostly spent his time in the show being sort of a comical self-parody. Kind of an asshole, but also amusingly endearing. By the time "Frollo Gets Flashed by a Gothic Lolita" comes around, he's at his worst. His insults become more mean and foul and his methods and actions become just reprehensible, from brainwashing Spartacus to kill Frollo and his allies to remorselessly murdering Garry and Ib, the latter of which earns him Stocking's ire.
  • Villainous Breakdown: As Ib initially gets the better of him, his composure starts wearing down. He then devolves into a Cluster F-Bomb-filled rant as he viciously murders Ib with his fists, culminating with Stocking and Madotsuki delivering him a very Karmic Death.
  • Would Hit a Girl/Would Hurt a Child: He brutally murders Ib with his bare hands. A background event shows that he's not above hitting Madotsuki or Yomika either.

    The Irate Gamer 

The Irate Gamer
Portrayed by: Chris Bores

"Your ass is grass now, buddy!"

An online video game reviewer whose web-show Frollo dislikes. Goofs around by doing things such as making jokes, making him the laughing stock of the villains in the show.

  • Adaptational Villainy: Downplayed. In his show, he's the protagonist, yet he does very heinous things despite being labeled as a "hero", such as "blowing up" Ubisoft with a special effect because he couldn't get in, though he did at least save the city from the Evil Gamer twice (by sending out R.O.B the first time and working together with his friends the second). This series explicitly paints him as a villain.
  • Adaptational Wimp: In his show, he's much less cowardly and much more powerful.
  • Alas, Poor Villain: Best Hercules is very upset at the Irate Gamer's untimely death.
  • Back from the Dead: In the final episode, Ronald revives him in the new universe.
  • Be Careful What You Wish For: He's responsible for Jafar turning into a snake instead of staying dead, thanks to being unimpressed while in front of the Game Genie.
  • Boisterous Weakling: He possesses a remarkable amount of bravado and barely any attempt to defend himself when he's backed in a corner.
  • Butt-Monkey: Often treated as the runt of the villains.
  • Dirty Coward: Runs off crying while Frollo's allies gather to help fight off Los no Frollos.
  • In-Series Nickname: "The Bores"
  • Irrational Hatred: Unlike the other villains, he has no real reason to hate Frollo. The worst Frollo has ever done is call him an idiot and dislike his show, the latter being something the Irate Gamer has no way of even knowing. Even more confusing, he joins Los no Frollos despite the fact that Jafar, another one of the members, killed him by biting off his head when the Irate Gamer did nothing to provoke him and in fact inadvertently made him stronger with his wish. It makes no sense that he would join a team where one of the members killed him like that just to get revenge on someone who called him an idiot.
  • Minion with an F in Evil: He and Best Hercules are seen playing video games instead of participating in villainy.
  • Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!: Screws up Operation: Flushy Fight with Best Hercules by shooting a sluggish bullet into the bathroom door's lock.
  • Not-So-Harmless Villain: Beat Morrigan and Demitri (while powered up with the Sword of Inferno), and would have killed them had Frollo not arrived.
  • Off with His Head!: Snake Jafar chomps his head off after he accidentally revives him. He gets better.
  • Paper Tiger: He talks like he's some sort of big shot, trying to prove his might by shooting Frollo, Gaston, Guile, and Bison while the quartet are at the villains' mercy, but any intimidation immediately evaporates when his and Best Hercules's terrible aim ends up breaking the bathroom lock, opening the door and allowing Frollo's allies to help.
  • Those Two Bad Guys: With Best Hercules
  • Villainous Valour: He gives out an impressive boast to Frollo before the latter burns him to a crisp.
  • You Fool!: Frollo's general reaction to him causing Jafar's transformation.
    Frollo: YOU IDIOT!!!

    Best Hercules 

Best Hercules
Voiced by: ???note , Jonathan Faillanote 

"Bores, I'm scared. Really, really scared..."

There would be a description here, but it... really doesn't have the time right now. This version of Hercules comes from a So Bad, It's Good animated Hercules film. He is best friends with the Irate Gamer and portrayed as the laughing stock of the villains in the show.

  • Annoying Arrows: Annoying for him in this case. They travel very slowly in an odd arc when fired, which usually don't hit their intended target due to his poor aim. Even if they do hit their target, they harmlessly bounce off them.
  • Anti-Climax Boss: In-Universe. Frollo defeats him with a single punch in "Frollo Fucks the Gods".
  • Avenging the Villain: After the Irate Gamer's death, his main goal is to kill Frollo for revenge.
  • Badass Boast: His reaction to the corrupted streets of Paris?
    "I've seen worse. Now to business!"
  • Badass Cape: Invoked and subverted. He wears a cape made out of lion fur, yet he's laughably inept despite believing himself to be capable.
  • Boisterous Weakling: He's pretty aggressive for an egoist with all bark and no bite.
  • Boss Subtitles: "The Best Version of Hercules"
  • Butt-Monkey: Often treated as the runt of the villains.
  • A Day in the Limelight: Part 3 of "Frollo Finally Does It" focuses more on him and the other characters in the PITy.
  • Enemy Mine: Joins with the PITy crew to defeat Mormon Jesus and Wilford Brimley, but in the end, it's all about getting revenge on Frollo for killing the Irate Gamer.
  • Evil Counterpart: He can be seen as Silver's evil counterpart. Both are their respective groups' paper tigers with large egos, but when someone stronger confronts them, they're defeated with pathetic ease.
  • Fake Ultimate Mook: His first appearance was as "the one choice" for the role of Rufus. He wasn't very good at his job.
  • Foil: To Gaston. Both are men with large egos, but while Gaston is a Rated M for Manly Boisterous Bruiser that can hold his own against almost anyone, Best Hercules is a Boisterous Weakling Sissy Villain who quickly caves when someone he confronts is stronger than him. The two are also archers, but Gaston is an expert marksman that can efficiently hit his targets while Best Hercules is a poor shot.
  • Horse of a Different Color: Is shown riding a boar taken from his source material.
  • In-Series Nickname: Irene calls him "Bestie".
  • Joke Character: He takes way too long to start up his attacks, which do barely any damage, even when powered up.
  • The Lancer: Serves as this to the PITy crew.
  • Miles Gloriosus: He believes he's very capable, but he's not good enough to get there.
  • Minion with an F in Evil: He and Bores are seen playing video games instead of participating in villainy.
  • Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!: It was his fault that Operation: Flushy Fight failed. He shot an arrow into the bathroom door's lock, opening it for Frollo's friends to come and help Frollo.
  • Running Gag: Celebrating for no apparent reason.
  • Sissy Villain: To a degree. Irene even points out that he likes looking at himself in the mirror a lot. He gradually becomes less of this later on.
  • Those Two Bad Guys: With the Irate Gamer.
  • Throw the Dog a Bone: In the final episode, Irate Gamer is revived in the new universe, and he and Best Hercules are together again.
  • Token Evil Teammate: The lone member of Los no Frollos who fell into the PITy. Due to his status as an Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain and his friendly moments with Irene and the gang, he can hardly be considered "evil", though he's only joining on their crusade to get revenge on Frollo for the Irate Gamer's death.

Wilford Brimley

    Wilford Brimley 

Wilford Brimley
"The people out here looking at me... glad to see you. Ladies and gentlemen... I'm perfect!"

A famous American actor who is diagnosed with "diabeetus", which apparently is the source of his powers. He tries to take over the show while Frollo and Gaston are "dead", but he is later taken down after the two come back to life.

Later, he joins Los no Frollos on their crusade against Frollo, but it seems that he's only joining them to fuel his own agenda.

  • Ambition Is Evil: Wilford desires power above all else. He takes it to an unfettered level, manipulating Los no Frollos behind their backs and will even hurt others along the way, such as ordering Batiatus to kill Ib and Garry to sadden Madotsuki further.
  • Arch-Enemy: Irene views him as hers, due to him playing a hand in causing Ib's and Garry's deaths.
  • Archer Archetype: He uses a combat bow in his second major appearance. This might be because he hasn't been able to fully recover his entire arsenal of powers with the potion.
  • Arc Villain: Of "Frollo Sees Dead People" and "Frollo Misses his Mother". More specifically, he's the first villain who isn't just a Monster of the Week, serving as a threat for more than one episode before he's defeated.
  • Ax-Crazy: Moreso than many of the villains in this series.
  • Badass Boast: See the profile quote, which he recites as he turns into a god.
  • Bald of Evil: In his early appearances. Starting from episode 16, he's grown out more of his hair, but he's actually more evil than when he was bald.
  • Beard of Evil: Along with growing out his hair, he also sports a bushy beard.
  • Berserk Button: Seeing people eat sweets.
  • Big Bad Ensemble: With Ronald McDonald during the "Frollo Finally Does It" saga. The two antagonize Frollo and his allies for their own goals, but they don't seem to interact with each other.
  • Catchphrase: Downplayed, but he really seems to like the word "perfect".
  • The Chessmaster: Manipulated Los no Frollos and Madotsuki to fuel his plans.
  • Classic Villain: Representing Ambition, Pride, Wrath, and Lust.
  • Cold Ham: He proudly announces his ascension to godhood to all his enemies and former allies, but despite his ominous and prideful message, he delivers it with a friendly indoor voice. Considering he was Suddenly SHOUTING! in his fight with Madotsuki, it's almost like gaining godlike power made him less hammy.
  • Dimension Lord: Of his newly-created Wilfmension.
  • Dirty Old Man: Wilford is even worse than Frollo in this regard!
  • Dragon Ascendant: As of "Frollo Gets Flashed by a Gothic Lolita".
  • Eldritch Abomination: Wilfiyas. Later exceeded by his new clone-spawning form.
  • Emotion Eater: He gains godlike power by consuming Madotsuki's sorrows.
  • Evil Counterpart: To Frollo due to sharing an unhealthy lust, and to Gaston due to their large egos.
  • Evil Gloating: To the heroes in the finale:
    "Good morning. I'm Perfect Wilford Brimley and I'd like to talk to you for a few minutes about your idiocy. You see, I let you all enter my dimension so we could grow the sorrow of this freak girl back to its strength. And let me tell ya: with the mix of hope and despair you and me did together, we cooked one hell of a meal. Now I can harvest once more and truly ascend."
  • Evil Old Folks: A very elderly and dangerously manipulative man.
  • Evil Overlooker: He is one in the art piece for Chaos X's Hellfire remix, flanked by Batiatus and Marco Antonio Regil.
  • Exotic Equipment: As Perfect Wilford. It's giant, clad in metal and has a razorblade on top!
  • Face Full of Alien Wing-Wong: He intends to do this to Panty in order to breed an army of demons.
  • Foreshadowing:
  • For the Evulz: While Wilford does make plans, a majority of them are motivated by purely sadistic kicks.
  • Four Eyes, Zero Soul: Oddly, he doesn't wear his glasses until episode 16.
  • From Nobody to Nightmare: From a one-shot villain to a God of Evil.
  • Glowing Eyes of Doom: His eyes turn red when he uses his psychic powers.
  • A God Am I: Boasts himself as one during his deification, with the power to back it up.
  • He's Back: An evil example. After his powers are restored by one of Yzma's potions, he boasts this:
    "Ladies and energy is back."
  • Hijacked By Wilford Brimley: He replaces Stocking as the Big Bad of the Frollo's Birthday arc near the end of "Frollo Gets Flashed by a Gothic Lolita".
  • Hope Crusher: Wilford likes crushing hopes out of pure sadism. He'll give his enemies a Hope Spot before he ruins it all.
    Hitler: This is what Wilford wanted us to see... futility.
  • Hostile Show Takeover:
    • Wilford Brimley ruins The Frollo Show while Frollo and Gaston are dead.
    • On a meta level, he "takes over" Chincherrinas's YouTube channel and Twitter account on the day the Last Story of the "Frollo Finally Does It" saga was supposed to be released (December 31, 2019), posting news saying that it is delayed to January 12, 2020 (and then again to January 19).
  • It's All About Me: Established when he talks a lot about himself during Gaston's funeral, and when he finally got around to talking about Gaston himself, it was about how much of a jerk he was to Wilford. It's taken Up to Eleven when he becomes a god, as he's seen performing shows to his clones, who treat him like a celebrity.
  • Just Toying with Them: Hitler acknowledges that this is Wilford's motivation when the latter formed a bridge to the Wilfmension's entrance, saying that they'd be dead if it wasn't.
  • Kick the Dog: He sends Batiatus to murder Ib and Garry, and he later mentally tortures Madotsuki.
  • Knight of Cerebus: Wilford becomes this after reaching godhood by absorbing Madotsuki's sorrows, in the same episode that marked a shift in the series's tone, no less.
  • Lack of Empathy: All he cares about is power, no matter who or what gets in his way to achieve it.
  • Lust: He lusts for power. That's not to say he can't fit in the other definition.
  • The Man in Front of the Man: He joins Los no Frollos as a member to join their goal of destroying Frollo, while secretly advancing his own sinister plans. Once he consumes Madotsuki's sorrows, he casts Stocking and the others aside. A comment by Hitler hints that Wilford told his plans during one of their meetings, which Hitler dismissed as "old man talk".
  • Manipulative Bastard: He just took advantage of Frollo's enemies by joining up with them in order to get at Panty, Haruhi and Madotsuki and promptly betrays them once he got what he wants. It's also implied he deliberately tried to traumatize Madotsuki.
  • Monster Progenitor: As a god, he can spawn countless clones of himself, monsters such as the Wilford octopus and Wilford bird, and parasites that infected the streets of Paris.
  • Narcissist: If his audience of Wilford clones indicates, he has a very high opinion of himself, making Gaston seem more humble.
  • Nothing Is Scarier: We never see his "perfect" form in its entirety. As of the ending, the only visible parts of this form are large black arms, sometimes having his nose, mouth, and mustache on his palms.
  • One-Winged Angel: Wilfiyas, and later "Perfect" Wilford.
  • Orcus on His Throne: Throughout the "Frollo Finally Does It" saga, he prefers to reside in his lair and amuse himself by sending his clones and monsters for the heroes to kill (albeit not without taunting them along the way). Despite having nigh-omnipotent power that could easily curb-stomp the heroes, he never confronts them himself.
  • Power Echoes: As "Perfect" Wilford, his voice notably has an echo to it.
  • Power Floats: He's never seen walking.
  • Reality Warper: Comes with being a nigh-omnipotent Dimension Lord.
  • Red Sky, Take Warning: When he succeeds in absorbing Madotsuki's emotions, the sky around Paris turns bright blood red. It is not a good sign.
  • Retired Monster: Briefly, before the villains restore his power with a potion. That turned out well.
  • Sadist: He sinks to new lows in the "Frollo Finally Does It" saga, such as manipulating Frollo's team to break Madotsuki.
  • Shadow Archetype: Having both of their defining personality traits turned Up to Eleven, he is what Frollo and Gaston would be like if they still remained villains like in their respective films instead of the heroic comedic sociopaths they are in this series.
  • Small Name, Big Ego: Claims to be perfect, but doesn't have a good imagination when seizing Frollo's show.
  • Smug Super: Evolves into this as he ascends to godhood.
  • The Sociopath: Wilford meets a lot of the requirements, being cruel, selfish, and devoid of any empathy towards others. All he cares about is achieving his own goal.
  • Stage Fright: Upon his takeover of Frollo's show, he seems incapable of forming cohesive words.
  • The Starscream: After absorbing Madotsuki's sorrows, he reveals his true colors: he had been using Los no Frollos all along.
  • Trick Arrow: He has explosive arrows that can hook into the victim and seem to be charged with his psychic powers to boot.
  • Uncertain Doom: After he consumes Madotsuki's dream monster a second time, his hand ceases all movement and becomes completely black, and then it rapidly multiplies and engulfs the heroes. It's not stated what happened to him after this.
  • Uriah Gambit: Wilford tricks Batiatus into killing Garry and Ib so that he can get killed himself by Madotsuki, accomplishing one step into breaking Madotsuki's psyche for his own use.
  • Verbal Tic: He tends to make a strange sound that is somewhere between wipp and uweh.
  • Walking Spoiler: Not so much for Wilford himself, but when he ascends to godhood after absorbing Madotsuki's sorrows.
  • Weaksauce Weakness: Sweets. Especially apple pie and ice cream.
  • Would Hit a Girl: Throughout the battle, he targets Panty and Madotsuki more than anyone else. There's a reason for this.
  • Would Hurt a Child: In addition to Would Hit a Girl above, he sets his sights on Madotsuki to break her both physically and mentally. He chokes her at one point and causes her to cough up a little blood.
  • You Cannot Grasp the True Form of Wilford's diabeetus!
  • You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: A (so far) non-fatal version towards Los no Frollos.

    Wilford's Creations 
A list of creatures that were created by Wilford Brimley after his deityhood. They consist of:
  • Wilford clones, duplicates of Wilford before he became a god
  • Wilford octopuses, cephalopod-like clones
  • Wilford birds, aerial menaces
  • Wilford parasites, sentient parasitic body parts
  • A Wilford cloud, a cloud of smoke with Wilford's face.

  • Always Chaotic Evil:
    Irene (to Best Hercules): I don't think they have a social structure.
  • Body Horror: Whenever a character is infected with Wilford parasites. And even more so when the victim is injected with a serum.
  • Clone Army: Obviously.
  • Combat Tentacles:
    • The Wilford octopus has them. It can even regenerate its tentacles in an instant!
    • Wilford birds also have them, and they can stab and impale.
  • Cumulonemesis: The Wilford cloud is a giant sentient cloud of smoke with Wilford's face on it, and it's definitely evil.
  • The Dragon: The Wilford cloud is presumably this to Wilford. It is the only one of Wilford's creations that Wilford himself directly interacts with.
  • Eldritch Abomination: All of them, with the regular clones bordering on Humanoid Abomination.
  • Eyes Do Not Belong There: The Wilford birds have two large eyes on their feet that resemble an owl's eyes.
  • Giant Equals Invincible: The Wilford octopus can resist any attack thrown at it and is only defeated by a crumbling mountain.
  • Giant Flyer: The Wilford bird.
  • Glass Cannon:
    • The regular-sized clones aren't bad fighters, but any attack is enough to put them down.
    • The Wilford birds may be big and strong, but they aren't as resilient as the Wilford octopus.
  • I Have Your Wife: The Wilford cloud is seen holding Panty hostage. Stocking tries to save her, but it fails, and the cloud knocks her into a large gaping maw filled with sharp teeth.
  • Incoming Ham: The moment the cloud first appears, it makes it clear that it's loud and proud.
    Wilford cloud: Weeell, hell-lo-lo-lo-lo-lo-lo, kiddies! Prepare yourselves!
  • Ludicrous Gibs: What one Wilford bird is reduced to from Marco Antonio Regil's A CAAAR attack.
  • Mooks: The role of the normal Wilford clones.
  • More Teeth than the Osmond Family: The Wilford bird and Wilford octopus both have mouths with sharp teeth.
  • Nice Hat: One of the Wilford clones wears a top hat. Defeating it seemed to stop the production of more clones for a while.
  • Our Monsters Are Weird: The octopus and bird don't resemble their real-world counterparts. In particular, while the Wilford bird flies like a bird, it sleeps upside down like a bat and can spawn sharp tentacles.
  • Puppeteer Parasite: Several victims of Mormon Jesus are corrupted by Wilford parasites. With more parasites on the host, the more this corruption takes effect.
  • Sharp-Dressed Man: The clone who wears a top hat also wears a suit.
  • Single Tear: The top hat wearing Wilford clone drops one after seeing the other clones killed.
  • Taking You with Me: The Wilford octopus tries to invoke this on Frollo as the mountain is crumbling down on it. Frollo survives it, but Lemongrab (who saved him) doesn't.
  • Villainous Friendship: Wilford calls the Wilford cloud his "best friend and partner"; it in turn says "Love ya, man." The two are also seen performing a Bros Pose together.
  • Volumetric Mouth: The normal clones can open their mouths as wide as their entire face to prey on a victim.
  • Zerg Rush: The normal clones are weaker than the original Wilford Brimley, though they counter this by fighting in groups.

Ronald McDonald's Club

    Ronald McDonald 

Ronald McDonald
Voiced/Portrayed by: ???note , Jack Doepke, David Husseynote , Chikao Ohtsukanote 

"You can't end this nightmare... but it can end you... Let the fun continue!"

The mascot of McDonald's who antagonizes Frollo for his own evil purposes. Although he looks silly due to his appearance, there is more to him than meets the eye.

  • Adaptational Villainy: The official Ronald has never tried to turn anybody to evil.
  • Ax-Crazy: He's a subdued example, in that he never goes visibly insane, is jovial, seemingly polite, and calm most of the time. However, anyone who crosses paths with him is in for a very bad time.
  • Badass Finger Snap: How he spawns illusions or warps reality.
  • The Bad Guy Wins: Considering the nature of the Gainax Ending, it's one possible interpretation.
  • Bait the Dog:
    • In episode 18, he saves Frollo from twisted copies of his former allies beating him up and takes him to a house, which Ronald states the copies won't enter. Inside, he gives Frollo hamburgers and french fries to eat. Of course, this hospitality is all an act, as he's trying to tempt Frollo in turning into villainy and the food contains parasitic worms.
    • In episode 20, he saves Haruhi from a living movie screen's giant glitch laser and genuinely accepts her thanks. She then asks him to free her from the Wilford arms keeping her captive. It appears he would actually free her...only for him to stab her in the chest, combined with literally twisting the knife (or hand, in this case).
  • Beware the Silly Ones: Don't let his clownish demeanor and cheery outfit fool you. Ronald is a cunning manipulator and Reality Warper as a Monster Clown would have to be.
  • Big Bad Ensemble: With Wilford Brimley during the "Frollo Finally Does It" saga. The two antagonize Frollo and his allies for their own goals, but they aren't seen interacting with each other.
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: He appears to be suave and soft-spoken, but it's a cover-up as he sadistically torments you to progress along with his plans.
  • Boss Subtitles: "Japanese Fast Food Clown"
  • The Cat Came Back: It doesn't matter how many times he's been killed, there's nowhere to run or hide from Ronald.
  • Characterization Marches On: His debut as a Laughably Evil Giant Space Flea from Nowhere is a drastic contrast from his personality from "Frollo Gets Flashed by a Gothic Lolita" onward.
  • Chekhov's Gunman: Lampshaded when he asks Panty and Hades if they remember him.
  • The Chessmaster: If he does something, there are far more layers to his plan than you'd originally think. There is no character who hasn't been manipulated by Ronald; you will be accounted for.
  • The Corrupter: In "Frollo Finally Does It (Frollo Story)", after saving Frollo, he tries to tempt Frollo into turning against his former allies.
  • Despair Event Horizon: Really likes giving these.
  • Diabolus ex Nihilo: What exactly he is or why he wants to corrupt Frollo or torment Guile is completely unknown.
  • Dissonant Serenity: Has the biggest smile on his face when he sees Frollo's friends defeated by a Wilford bird. Or considering the ending to episode 20, it's all part of his gambit to make Madotsuki suffer even more by tricking Frollo into killing Yomika.
  • Dodge the Bullet: Has this ability.
  • The Dreaded: He gives off a lot of bad vibes from people who come in contact with him. In Guile's nightmare in Leet Fighters, it's implied that Guile never met him before, but he can quickly tell that he is bad news.
  • Eldritch Abomination: Possibly. His implied One-Winged Angel form in Leet Fighters 6? Certainly.
  • Evil Cannot Comprehend Good: In episode 18, he tries to break Frollo by showing his former allies defeated by a Wilford bird to him. Frollo is reasonably horrified and is about to fall into a Heroic BSoD, but he regains hope from Gaston, Stocking, and Panty cheering him on in his mind, causing him to transform in to his SSJ unknown phase. Ronald is shocked and asks why he would save his friends that turned on him with a silent What the Hell, Hero? moment, but Frollo simply kicks him to the curb as he flies to the rescue.
  • False Friend: Towards the person he manipulates in question.
  • Faux Affably Evil: Can go from polite and friendly to violent and sadistic in a few seconds flat, maintaining his jovial tone all the while.
  • From Nobody to Nightmare: Who knew that a random Big-Lipped Alligator Moment would eventually become one of the series' nastiest villains?
  • Giant Space Flea from Nowhere: His appearance in "Frollo Beats Up Evil Residents". Or so it seems...
  • Giggling Villain: Fitting for a Monster Clown. It's occasionally upgraded into a full-blown Evil Laugh.
  • The Heavy: Although he shares the Big Bad Ensemble status with Wilford, he plays a direct hand in most of the show's events, either before or during the "Frollo Finally Does It" saga.
  • Humanoid Abomination: Apparently. The fact that he can survive from anything, combined with how powerful a Reality Warper he is, raises some curious questions...
  • I Let You Win: Implied; he ditched his fight with Frollo and Ayumu in his first appearance.
  • Infinity +1 Element: Clowns are apparently strong against both zombies and angels, and a main character clown can even resist GameShark hacking, while having no currently known weaknesses.
  • Intelligence = Isolation: Ronald is cunning and acts alone. Everyone else is just a pawn for his scheme.
  • Knight of Cerebus: Ever since "Frollo Gets Flashed by a Gothic Lolita", he takes the series down a very dark road. Any comedic relief characters are largely absent during his scenes.
  • Lack of Empathy: It's safe to say that Ronald doesn't lack empathy just as much as he's fundamentally incapable of it.
  • Light Is Not Good: Dressing in bright colors of red, yellow, and white does not diminish his evilness in any way.
  • Lightning Bruiser: He can dodge things and attack quicker than his foes can react.
  • Magical Clown: This wicked clown is capable of spawning illusions, creating his own dimensions, and other bizarre things. He's a borderline Reality Warper.
  • Major Injury Underreaction: He's apparently immortal, so even the most grevious of injuries barely faze him. Ronald says to Frollo that no matter how much he can mutilate him, he'll always come back angrier.
  • Manipulative Bastard: To the point where he's compared to the G-Man.
  • Master of Illusion: The one responsible for creating all those illusions of various characters.
  • Mind Screw: Through Break Them by Talking, Mind Rape, and manipulation, having conversations with this clown is not too good for one's sanity.
  • Monster Clown: He says it himself to Haruhi, "Have you ever seen a monster?"
  • Neck Snap:
    • In "Frollo Gets Flashed by a Gothic Lolita", after Frollo impales him through the throat, Ronald twists his own neck a complete 180 degrees, along with audible cracks, to wish Frollo a happy birthday.
    • He gives one to Konata in Leet Fighters 6.
  • Nigh-Invulnerability: There have been attempted murders on him, sometimes in sadistically over-the-top ways, only for him to return completely unscathed.
  • No, Frollo, I Expect You to Dine: He saves Frollo and takes him to his hideout, offering him food. The food actually contains parasitic worms.
  • No-Holds-Barred Beatdown: He gives one to Panty. Frollo then shows up and slices his head off.
  • No-Sell: GameShark and angel weapons are useless against him because he's a main character clown.
  • Nothing Is Scarier: In episode 6 of Leet Fighters, he transforms into an unseen One-Winged Angel form, which scares Guile and M. Bison and causes them to flee.
  • Off with His Head!: After Frollo decapitates him. Not that it fazes him.
  • Omnicidal Neutral: He attacks both Frollo's team and Los no Frollos.
  • Overarching Villain: The closest to the series having one. He first appeared in episode 9 as a seemingly minor antagonist, but then he returns in episode 16 with a larger role and sticks around during the "Frollo Finally Does It" saga, and several "Revelations" videos show that he's behind the illusions of certain characters in episodes 6 and 9. Any scene where he shows up is bound to be very personal for Frollo, whom he has a mysterious interest in.
  • Perpetual Smiler: Even with his head chopped off.
  • Pet the Dog: In the final episode, he revives many of the characters who were killed and sends them to live in the new universe with their friends who were still alive.
  • Practically Joker: Ronald shares many traits with The Joker, to the point where he could be this series's counterpart. He's an unhinged Monster Clown and a cunning sociopath who puts on a polite facade as he commits horrific things to his victims, he frequently gets under Frollo's skin and tries to break him in some way, and he has a tendency to cheat death. This is also reflected in his outfit—Ronald wears a bright red, yellow, and white jumpsuit that contrasts with Frollo's dark purple/black robes, similar to the Joker's and Batman's contrasting outfits.
  • Razor-Sharp Hand: It is possible for him to impale someone with it. Just ask Haruhi.
  • Reality Warper: All done through a snap of his fingers, with its effects ranging from making objects appear or disappear, healing wounds, or making the ground rise.
  • Sadist: His sadistic personality is more evident since episode 16. When fighting Panty, instead of killing her, he disabled her and tried to tempt Frollo into taking advantage of her condition for his own lust.
  • Shut Up, Hannibal!: Ends up on the receiving end. After essentially mind-screwing Frollo and calling him out on trying to save his friends despite them ditching him, he gets kicked aside.
  • Slasher Smile: His most distinguishing feature.
  • The Sociopath: Watches as his victims suffer through his machinations and remains unfazed through it all.
  • Staying Alive: It takes a lot to try to kill him, yet he'll always survive and act as if nothing had ever happened.
  • Stepford Smiler: Type C and played for Nightmare Fuel. The smile he wears hides his sinister persona.
  • Surprisingly Good English: He normally speaks Japanese, but after stabbing Haruhi with his hand, he asks her in English, "Have you ever seen a monster?" without an accent.
  • Villain Takes an Interest: He has a mysterious interest in Frollo, as he had saved him from difficult situations several times, often without revealing himself.
  • Villain Teleportation: An offscreen version.
  • Walking Spoiler: Truly, there's more to him than you'd think.
  • Weaksauce Weakness: The Burger King's Steakhouse Burger Blaster... or is it?
  • Would Hit a Girl: Boy, would he ever. Panty and Haruhi are just two of a few examples.
  • Would Hurt a Child: While he's never seen directly harming children, he's not afraid to manipulate someone into killing them for him. Sure enough, Yomika ends up being the victim when Ronald tricks Frollo into killing a Wilford bird.

    Consome Panchi 

Consome Panchi
An odd-looking humanoid dog hailing from Calbee potato chip commercials.
  • Abnormal Ammo: Fires baby doll heads from a big human-like ear.
  • Beware the Silly Ones: Is secretly a being like Ronald despite his silly appearance.
  • Big Friendly Dog: He's human-sized. Later, he turns out to not be friendly after all.
  • The Dog Was the Mastermind: Consome Panchi is a being like Ronald McDonald who destroyed his own multiverse and manipulated Wilford and Frollo to allow Wilford to absorb Madotsuki's sorrow a second time and get corrupted by it.
  • Evil All Along: He is apparently a secret being like Ronald.
  • Foreshadowing: In "Friends Story, he does a lots of hidden background appearence just like Ronald starting from "Frollo Gets Flashed by a Gothic Lolita", this foreshadow that he's a being like Ronald and that he's on his side.
  • Four Legs Good, Two Legs Better: Walks on his hind legs all the time, unlike other dogs.
  • Funny Background Event: Chasing Silver the Hedgehog at Frollo's birthday party.
  • Giant Space Flea from Nowhere: Appears out of nowhere in the streets of Paris, doing some dance routine. However, Frollo is amused and immediately starts considering him to be a friend.
  • Mind Screw: This is what happens when you take Mind Screw and put it on legs.
  • The Mole: For Ronald McDonald.
  • The Voiceless: Doesn't say a word, but rather holds up signs with written Japanese or English text.
  • Walking Spoiler: As you can guess by the spoiler tags, trying to reveal his true nature without revealing anything big is difficult.
  • Wall Crawl: Just one of his many odd abilities.


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