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Characters in The Grossery Gang. These characters are the ones that have appeared in the webseries, and not toyline-only ones. They are separated by the series they were first released in.

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    Series 1-introduced characters 

Pizza Face
Voiced by: Jade Ubrien (Series 1 only), Nicolas Roye (Series 2 onward)
The leader of the main Grosseries of the Yucky Mart. A never-say-die kind of foodstuff, Pizza Face has the ability to find adventure and fun in the most unlikely of places. Despite a small prankster streak, he buckles down against enemies that threaten the Yucky Mart, and is always there to protect his friends.
  • Adaptation Name Change: From “Putrid Pizza” in the toyline.
  • Accidental Pervert: In the "Get Well Spewn" arc, he accidentally has his toppings sneezed off of him (which, in a previous episode, were confirmed as his clothing), leaving him bare and stumbling around for a distance (as he also sneezed his face off at this point). Stinky is shocked at his indecency and yells at him to "put some sauce on, you perverted pepperoni!".
  • Deadly Disc: One of his abilities in Putrid Power form is the ability to throw giant pepperoni slices at his enemies.
  • I Have Many Names: He has many nicknames, including “Putrid Pizza”, “the Slice With Lice” and, “the Big Cheese”. However, “Pizza Face” is the one that sticks the most for him.
  • The Leader: Of the Grosseries. He comes up with the plans and finds the ways to make them work.
  • Name-Face Name: Pizza Face, named for the pun of the term of someone acne-riddled.
  • The Prankster: He's a huge fan of practical jokes.
  • Whip It Good: His weapon during the Bug Strike is a cheese whip.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Is afraid of heights, which was a subconscious fear for the longest time.

Voiced by: Jade Ubrien (Series 1 only), Laila Berzins (Series 2 onward)
The sole girl of the main Grosseries. Sparkles is a soda can who ran out of sweetness a long time ago. Replaced with sourness and biting retorts, she is sarcastic and dry in her personality. Despite her demeanor, she's still friendly with the others, and is willing to go on their adventures.
  • Adaptation Name Change: From “Sticky Soda” in the toyline.
  • Berserk Button: Does not take kindly to her fizz being mocked.
  • Ironic Name: Her name fit her much better when she still had her sweetness. Now, she's sour and sarcastic.
  • The Lancer: She’s sarcastic, but she’s also the grounding point to some of Pizza Face’s over-the-top ideas.
  • Little Miss Snarker: Her sweetness ran out a long time ago, and was replaced with acidic biting retorts.
  • The Smurfette Principle: She is the only major female Grossery in the webseries, the only exception being a quick cameo from Lady Cheese and various background girls.
  • True Blue Femininity: She is light blue, and the only girl of the main Grosseries in the webseries. Despite this, she's still fairly rough-and-tumble and sarcastic, while also caring for Egghead the most out of the others.

Doc Broc
Voiced by: Jade Ubrien (Series 1 only), Laila Berzins (Series 2 onward)
The "genius" of the team. Skilled in both the technological and the medical field, Doc Broc fancies himself as the brains of the team, though considering the others, that's still saying something. Creating new technology for the team, he always has a new gadget to help the others in a time of need.
  • Absent-Minded Professor: Has a tendency to forget the main goals of his inventions thanks to becoming distracted by trivial matters.
  • Adaptation Name Change: From “Shoccoli” in the toyline.
  • Ditzy Genius: He might be smart, but he’s pretty foolish, to the point that his biggest smarts are in trivia questions, and he is more focused on telling a story about how the Putrid Powers came to be over actually helping them.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: Creates the tech for the Grosseries, along with his own side projects.
  • The Medic: Aside from being the inventor of the team, he is also the medical help of the team, studying the team when they're ill and helping heal them during attacks.
  • The Smart Guy: He’s the inventor of the team, and calculates the work of the plans.

Voiced by: Jade Ubrien (Series 1 only), Spike Spencer (Series 2 onward)
The party dude of the Grosseries. Rocky lives his life to the extreme, and is a wild party animal. Ridiculously uncouth compared to the others, he spends plenty of time pranking his best friends, much to their annoyance. Despite this, he's still close with them, willing to defend them first.
  • Adaptation Name Change: From “Dodgey Donut” in the toyline.
  • The Big Guy: The muscle of the team, while also acting on the plans first.
  • Fighting with Chucks: His Weapon of Choice in his Putrid Power form is a pair of nunchucks formed by churros.
  • Leeroy Jenkins: Has the tendency to rush in without thinking, causing the others to have to rescue him.
  • Life of the Party: He's a huge party animal, to the point that his three priorities in life are partying, partying, and partying (not necessarily in that order).
  • The Prankster: An even bigger one than Pizza Face, much to the annoyance of the others.
  • Real Men Wear Pink: He's a tough party animal, but also has bright pink frosting and is a fan of singer Katy Hairy.
  • Surfer Dude: Rather, he’s an extreme skater, but has the accent and personality down.

Voiced by: Jade Ubrien (Series 1 only), Alexandra Ryan (Series 2 onward)
As the last of the main Grosseries to expire, Egghead is the youngest of the team. Very naive and childish, Egghead is often bullied around in jest by the others. Even though he's a bit slow on the uptake, he still jumps into the adventures with them.
  • Adaptation Name Change: From “Rotten Egg” in the toyline.
  • The Baby of the Bunch: He was the last to expire. As such, he’s the youngest of the Grosseries, and is treated like a little brother by the others, in both good ways and bad.
  • Butt-Monkey: He’s treated as the butt of jokes by the others.
  • The Chick: Being the youngest, he’s often pushed around and is unable to act on the plans of others.
  • The Ditz: Being the youngest, he has a tendency to miss the obvious.
  • Egg Folk: He's a living egg with limbs. His toy design just makes him an egg with a face.
  • Jagged Mouth: Meant to look like a crack in his shell.
  • Name-Face Name: Egghead, named for being a ditz.
  • Sarcasm-Blind: Is a bit too young to comprehend obvious sarcasm thrown at him at times.
  • Shrunken Organ: His brain is the size of a bean (wearing a dunce cap). In “A Gooey-ful Mind”, after he accidentally shocks himself (by sticking his tongue in an outlet to try and get a mint out of it), it swells to supersize, complete with a graduation cap.

Voiced by: Kyle Hebert
A chewed-up wad of gum that speaks in squelchy and squishy noises. He has the ability to stretch himself into various lengths to help the others. He spends most of his time hassling Meathead just for the fun of it, however.
  • Adaptation Name Change: A minor variation, he’s fully known as “Gooey Chewie” in the toyline.
  • Ascended Extra: Was originally a non-speaking character who is used as a prop in "Mount Yuck (Part 1)". Come the movie, he is turned into a speaking character with various episode roles.
  • Brats with Slingshots: His Weapon of Choice in Putrid Power form is a gum-crafted slingshot.
  • Intelligible Unintelligible: He speaks only in squelchy sounds that all the others can understand.
  • Rubber Man: Thanks to being a pre-chewed wad of gum, Gooey is able to stretch himself into a catapult.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: With Meathead. Gooey spends a large amount of time hassling him.

The Trashed Cans
From top left clockwise: Bad Beef Can, Faked Beanz, Sloppy Soup Tin, Tinned Slimeapple, Slimy Sardines, Cruddy Cat Food.
Bad Beef Can, Faked Beanz, and Sloppy Soup Tin voiced by: Doug Erholtz
Slimy Sardines voiced by: Kyle Hebert
Tinned Slimeapple voiced by: Spike Spencer
Cruddy Cat Food voiced by: Laila Berzins
A sextet of cans contained in the Yucky Mart's storage room. The six of them are the cryptic keepers of the legendary Trash Can Juice, the secret for giving Grosseries Putrid Power. Despite their echoing voices and tendency to speak in unison, they are surprisingly friendly and casual, and are good friends with Stinky.
  • Ancient Keeper: They are the keepers of the legendary Trash Can Juice, which gives the Grosseries Putrid Power.
  • The Ditz: Tinned Slimeapple is a touch behind the others at times, even with the own mythos that they are compelled to speak in unison.
  • Power Glows: They pulse with energy when they speak.
  • The Smurfette Principle: Cruddy Cat Food is the only girl out of them.
  • Speak in Unison: This gives them a cryptic vibe, to match the totem-esque theme they have. They're able to speak separately from each other at times, however.
  • Trrrilling Rrrs: Cruddy Cat Food trills to sound like a cat purring.

Chips McGraw
Voiced by: Nicolas Roye
An army Grossery and Franko's right-hand man. After a cryptic message told by a mysterious visitor about an impending bug strike, he and Franko set up camp by a Trash Can Juice spring, in preparation for the attack. The wilder of the two, Chips has a tendency to jump into battle much quicker than his friend.
  • Adaptational Intelligence: While still fairly ditzy and and wild, the webseries makes him much more lucid and attentive, along with a heavier serious streak and less bursts of random activity.
  • Adaptation Dye-Job: From red in the toyline to army green in the webseries.
  • Adaptation Name Change: From "Fungus Fries" in the toyline.
  • Advertised Extra: For a long while. He's heavily used in the promo artwork, and is given one of the "long bios" that are saved for the webseries characters, but he was relegated to just the toylines, never having had any appearances in the webseries. However, it seemed he was slated to have a larger role, going by the prototype sizzle reel. He would eventually make his debut in the webseries for Series 4, three seasons after his official release.
  • Bash Brothers: With Franko. He describes the two of them as brothers-in-arms.
  • Edible Ammunition: His weapon is a pair of ketchup guns.
  • Full-Name Basis: Being the only Grossery with a last name.
  • Goggles Do Nothing: He constantly wears them on his head, never actually using them. This even went back to before he was Putrid Powered up.
  • The Mad Hatter: He's proof that you don't need to be crazy to live in the Yucky Mart...but it sure helps.
  • Pointless Band-Aid: Wears a crosspatch bandage on his cheek for no real reason.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The wild red to Franko's calmer blue.
  • Southern-Fried Private: Has a Southern accent, adds Southern colloquialisms to his speech, and is the more gun-happy and lively of him and Franko.

    Series 2-introduced characters 

Voiced by: Nicolas Roye
The romantic of the Grosseries. Handsome by food standards, Ricardo is a Hispanic ladies' man. Not the bravest of Grosseries, he often gets tangled in Meathead's schemes, but proves himself when push comes to shove.
  • '90s Hair: His banana peel is peeled in a way to resemble curtain bangs.
  • Adaptation Name Change: From “Squished Banana” in the toyline.
  • Dashing Hispanic: He has the accent, the charm, a pencil mustache, and his peel is even partway down to look like parted bangs. He's also a good fencer...using a spork.
  • The Fighting Narcissist: He's handsome by Grossery standards, something that he's fully aware of. As such, even in his formidable fighting, he takes time to brag about his beauty.
  • Gratuitous Spanish: He has the tendency to swap random words with their Spanish equivalent.
  • Helicopter Blender: His ability in Putrid Power form turns his peel parts into blades that can rotate like a helicopter and parry attacks.
  • Latin Lover: The girl Grosseries love him.
  • Non-Mammal Mammaries: In a rare male version of this trope, he has visible pecs when his peel is removed.
  • Odd Name Out: He is the the only one to not have a descriptive name, rather, he has an actual one.
  • Screams Like a Little Girl: For all the charm he has, he still has a very high-pitched scream.

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The silent oddball. Fingers doesn't speak, and is often found looming around the others, giving him a slightly freaky aura. No one can figure out what his deal is, or why he even does this. Despite this, he's always there, often taking up random jobs along the way.
  • Adaptation Name Change: From “Sewer Glove” in the toyline.
  • Ambidextrous Sprite: The side that his thumb is on has a tendency to flip throughout episodes.
  • New Job as the Plot Demands: He takes on any role that is needed. So far, he has been a shark, a tailor, a construction worker, a rancher, a butler, and a guard dog.
  • Silent Snarker: While he doesn’t say anything, his disapproving glares say it all.
  • Screams Like a Little Girl: He has a surprisingly high-pitched scream, which is rather jarring as he doesn't say much of anything.
  • The Voiceless: It's hinted that he's able to talk, but he's so pushy that he doesn't even bother to.

Voiced by: Nicolas Roye
A jumpy and jolty battery. Surge is overloaded with juice, and is constantly on edge. Often stuttering and sending out sparks, he is a livewire that can hardly stand still, bringing unpredictable manic energy wherever he goes.

Voiced by: Spike Spencer
A showboater of a sandwich. Meathead thinks he's the life of the party, even if there isn't a party going on. He's loud and proud, while also lacking any manners, nor anything to back up that lack. He is constantly creating wild schemes that he attempts to get others to join in. As soon as they turn south, he'll start to blame everyone but himself, however.
  • Adaptation Name Change: From “Grub Sub” in the toyline.
  • Bowel-Breaking Bricks: He has a tendency to poop out meatballs in fear.
  • Edible Ammunition: His Putrid Power ability allows him to shoot out meatballs from his mouth.
  • Miles Gloriosus: He’ll pretend he’s up for anything, but will shrink back in fear at the slightest risky moment. He's also easy to scare, something the others take advantage of for kicks.
  • Name-Face Name: In reference to being both a meatball sub, and being not too bright.
  • Never My Fault: He never takes the blame for his own mistakes.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: With Gooey, who spends most of the time hassling him.

Voiced by: Spike Spencer
The grumpy elder of the Grosseries. As the oldest of the Grosseries, he has words of wisdom to share, whether they're wanted or not. He wallows in his nostalgia, and there's a hint that not all of the stories he tells actually happened. Despite this, the others can often find some surprisingly helpful hints in his stories, if they're willing to listen.
  • Accessory-Wearing Cartoon Animal: In a rare food example, he wears a pair of half-moon glasses in the webseries, to emphasize his age. He lacks them in flashbacks to him at a much younger age, while his toy lacks them as well.
  • Adaptation Name Change: From “Blue Spew Cheese” in the toyline.
  • Ambidextrous Sprite: The side that slopes downwards has the tendency to flip throughout the series.
  • Drill Sergeant Nasty: He pulls off this persona towards the end of the "Get Well Spewn" arc, when the attacks on The Loog are looking fruitless, as he pulls the other Grosseries together into a battalion. His outfit when he’s in this persona is later seen on missiles in “The Grossery Gang Movie”, hinting that this is a past persona of his.
  • Grumpy Old Man: He has a fairly short temper around the younger Grosseries.
  • Nostalgia Filter: He spends most of his time wallowing in nostalgia.
  • Old Master: He is described as the "Yoda of the Yucky Mart", and has been telling his tales longer than the age of the box at the back of the freezer.
  • Old Windbag: He is always drawling out knowledge whether it's wanted or not, and even he can't remember if what he's said had actually happened in the past.
  • Riches to Rags: He used to be very well off when he was younger, but lost it all when he was swindled by his former best friend. He manages to gain the money back from a chance lottery ticket, along with the coin Ricardo carelessly tosses to him to shut him up.
  • Scatterbrained Senior: Thanks to his age, he has a tendency to forget some details, such as himself being the Grossery rescued from the Clean Team attack and Doc Broc's name.

    Series 3-introduced characters 

Trash Head
Voiced by: Kyle Hebert
A strong, but silent, Grossery. Limiting his vocabulary to only a few words, Trash Head might not look the part, but he's surprisingly smart for what his limited vocabulary lets on.
  • Mighty Glacier: He’s the strongest muscle of the group in Putrid Power form, but is the slowest of them as well.
  • Name-Face Name: Named as “Trash Head” thanks to being a walking trash can.
  • Pokémon Speak: He only talks by saying the word "trash", “trash crash”, and “trash smash”.
  • Smarter Than You Look: He’s much smarter than his limited vocabulary lets on.

Vac Attack
Voiced by: Kyle Hebert
The first antagonist faced by the Grosseries. The leader of the Clean Team, Vac Attack's goal is to eradicate every ounce of filth in Cheap Town. Unfortunately for the Grosseries, this comes at the expense of their very existence. He has little humor, and is willing to even exterminate his own minions if they step out of line.
  • Arc Villain: The leader of the Clean Team and the biggest force against the Grossery Gang. He is replaced by Arak Attack as the villain starting with Series 4.
  • Arm Cannon: His right hand is replaced by a vacuum nozzle.
  • Bad Boss: Throws around and berates his minions over the smallest details and infractions.
  • Charged Attack: Has an ability that leaves him stagnant, but boosts his battery to full power, giving him the ability to use his vacuum at a stronger power.
  • Disney Villain Death: Is disposed of in the 2017 Christmas Episode by falling off a crumbling mountain ledge. It's unknown if he's actually dead, but he's no longer a threat after this.
  • Evil Has a Bad Sense of Humor: He has no patience for crude humor, to the point of vacuuming up one of his minions for laughing at the word "duty".
  • The Grinch: He loathes "Grossmas", and follows a Grinch-like scheme to destroy it for the Grosseries.
  • Nom de Guerre: His minions often call him by the term “Oh Great and Shiny One”, something that the Grosseries obviously avoid.
  • Power Echoes: Unlike the other Clean Team members, he has a reverb to his voice, signifying his strength.
  • Red and Black and Evil All Over: He is primarily black and red, with silver highlights. The black is muted to near-grey colors in the webseries, but is prominent in his toy form. He’s the only member of his team to have this coloration, as his minions are blue.
  • Stomach of Holding: Being a living vacuum cleaner, he is able to suck up his victims and store them in his stomach compartment, which can also be opened up externally to release them.
  • Villainous Widow's Peak: While he lacks hair, his helmet points down to invoke the shape of a widow's peak. His exclusive non-powered up figure also keeps this pattern.
  • Weapons That Suck: Being a living vacuum machine robot, he has the ability to suck up anyone, both from the hose backpack he wears and his right hand, which is replaced by a nozzle.

The Clean Team
Top row: Spray Bottle, Feather Duster, Wet Wipes. Bottom row: Buckethead, Mop Head, Bad Bleacher
Spray Bottle and Bad Bleacher voiced by: Nicolas Roye
Feather Duster and Mop Head voiced by: Doug Erholtz
Wet Wipes and Buckethead voiced by: Kyle Hebert
Vac Attack's robotic army. Made out of various cleaning supplies, they help Vac Attack in his takeover of Cheap Town. For the most part, they are loyal to their master, though some, such as Wet Wipes, have a few grievances.
  • Adaptation Dye-Job: Feather Duster, Wet Wipes, and Mop Head do not come in blue in the toyline, which makes this an exclusive color to them for the webseries.
  • Adaptation Name Change: All but Bad Bleacher are given different names in the credits than their toys. Spray Bottle is "Disinfector", Feather Duster is "Dust-Up", Wet Wipes is "Wipe Over", Buckethead is "Washout", and Mop Head is "Mop Top". Bad Bleacher's name was never given in the show, so it is unknown if he has a different one than the toyline.
  • Clone Army: Being robots, many of the Clean Team members are duplicated models.
  • False Friend: Wet Wipes pretends to be a friend to Rocky, purely to get himself out of trouble with Vac Attack and get back on his leader's good side.
  • Mooks: Provide the ranks of the Clean Team army.
  • No Name Given: Bad Bleacher is never given a webseries-exclusive name in the credits.
  • Robot Soldier: Much more mechanical than Vac Attack, while all providing his ranks.
  • Super Spit: Bad Bleacher's attack allows him to spit out globs of searing bleach at the Grosseries.
  • Verbal Tic: Feather Duster, thanks to his object nature, is plagued with a raspy voice, while also coughing between his words.

    Series 4-introduced characters 

Voiced by: Kyle Hebert
An army Grossery and Chips McGraw's right hand man. Along with Chips, he was warned about the bug strike, giving the two of them to prepare for it. He is much more grounded than Chips, though still holds a fight-happy personality deep down.

Arak Attack
Voiced by: Tom Kennedy
The second villain that the Grosseries face up against. Leader of the bug army, Arak Attack gives off a false sense of agreement to the Grosseries, as he agrees with their filthy ways. Despite this shared goal, he still wants the Grosseries out, so he can claim the turf for his army.
  • Adaptation Name Change: A minor variant. In the toyline, he's known as "General Arak Attack". He loses his ranking for the webseries.
  • Arc Villain: For Series 4, replacing Vac Attack. He would later be replaced by Rot Bot Pizza.
  • Awesome Aussie: The tough leader of his bug army, with a thick Australian accent to boot.
  • Bad Boss: Willing to kill his subordinates if they step out of line.
  • The Bogan: Just as slovenly as the Grosseries he wants to take Cheap Town over with, along with a nasty temper, combined with Australian slang so thick that he may as well be speaking Javanese sometimes.
  • Faux Affably Evil: Gives off compliments towards the Grosseries about their grossness, but is still willing to attack and berate them as soon as possible.
  • Multi-Armed and Dangerous: He always has two arms at the ready to launch, with two other arms armored.
  • Giant Spider: Downplayed, but he's still bigger than the food-based characters.
  • Grievous Harm with a Body: He uses Crikey and Chunder as catapult weapons. The two of them don't mind, however.

Crikey and Chunder
Crikey on the left, Chunder on the right.
Both voiced by: Tom Kennedy
Arak Attack's ammunition. Crikey and Chunder are two tied-up bugs that are used for launching from Arak Attack's arms. When they're not in battle mode, they're somewhat jovial, giving witty banter about the surroundings.
  • Adaptation Dye-Job: Both of them are entirely metallic silver for their toys. In the webseries, Crikey is teal, while Chunder is purple.
  • Affably Evil: They're on the side of the bugs, but they're ultra-amicable to the Grosseries, even requesting to hang out for "brunchies" with the Grosseries sometime after their boss is defeated.
  • Awesome Aussie: Like their boss, they are tough bugs with Australian accents. As an addition, they are both named for Australian slang terms (Crikey for an exclamation, Chunder for a slang term for "vomit").
  • The Bogan: While much kinder than their boss, the two of them are still gross insects willing to take over Cheap Town. The two of them are even named for Australian slang terms.
  • Grievous Harm with a Body: They're the bodies in this situation, Arak Attack launches them with two of his arms like a catapult.
  • Named by the Adaptation: The two of them are simply weapon fodder in the toyline, without a name given to them in Arak Attack's bio.

    Series 5-introduced characters 

Rot Bot Pizza
Voiced by: Nicolas Roye
A twisted version of Pizza Face from a bad timeline of the future, and the third villain that the Grosseries face up against. He comes from a future that is too sanitary for Grosseries to live in, so he has come to the present to suck up their grossness to sustain him and his Rotbots, to the detriment of the Yucky Mart’s safety.
  • Adaptation Name Change: From “Cyber-Slop Pizza” in the toyline.
  • Arc Villain: For Series 5, replacing Arak Attack.
  • Cyborg: Much like the rest of his Rotbots, he is supplemented with various mechanical parts to survive.
  • Evil Me Scares Me: He’s a twisted version of Pizza Face from a bad timeline.
  • Secondary Color Nemesis: In contrast to Pizza Face’s warm oranges and yellows, Rot Bot Pizza has green cheese topping him along with purple mechanical pieces.

Rot Bot Pumpkin
Voiced by: Spike Spencer
Rot Bot Pizza’s second in command. Like his leader, he is a Rotbot with mechanical attachments. Little is known about his personality aside from this, however.
  • Adaptation Name Change: From “Space Jump Pumpkin” in the toyline.
  • Cyborg: Like the rest of the Rotbots, he has mechanical attachments to help him survive.
  • The Dragon: The second in command of the Rotbots, and the only other of them to have a powered-up design.
  • Flat Character: He has no focus given to him, so his personality is pretty unknown.
  • "Kick Me" Prank: His fate in the Time Wars movie ends up with Rocky and his ancestor carving “Kick Me” into his backside and shooting a glowing glob in his mouth.
  • Pumpkin Person: He's a cyborg pumpkin with vines for most of his limbs, along with his facial features cut out.

Cave Man Pizza
Voiced by: Nicolas Roye
Pizza Face’s Prehistoric ancestor. Having been given a premonition of Rot Bot Pizza’s attack, he is the first to join up with the time travelling Grosseries, along with his pet dinosaur, Guzznugget.
  • All Cavemen Were Neanderthals: While he looks physically similar to his descendant, he is permanently in Putrid Power form for extra strength, along with horrid grammar.
  • Hulk Speak: Is given broken grammar, to fit his caveman design.
  • Identical Grandson: Is a direct copy of Pizza Face in Putrid Power form.

Voice actor unknown.
Cave Man Pizza’s pet dinosaur. Guzznugget is the caveman’s loyal steed, bringing him into battle and helping attack as well.

Knight Rocky
Voiced by: Spike Spencer
Rocky’s medieval ancestor. Knight Rocky is a knight of Scumalot, and the second to join with the time travelling Grosseries in the fight against the Rotbots.
  • Identical Grandson: Is a direct copy of Rocky in Putrid Power form.
  • Knight in Shining Armor: He’s a brave and noble ally to his fellow Grosseries.
  • Momma's Boy: For as strong and as tough as he is, he still has a large soft spot for his mother, “texting” her first before he goes on any sort of crusade.
  • Ye Olde Butcherede Englishe: He’s given this style of speaking, to enhance his medieval flair.

Ninja Gooey
Voiced by: Kyle Hebert
Gooey’s ninja ancestor. Living in ancient Japan, Ninja Gooey is a not-so-stealthy ninja, along with the third to join the Grosseries in the Rotbot’s fight.
  • Highly Visible Ninja: The other Grosseries are able to see him thanks to his horrible hiding skills, they just pretend they can’t see him so they don’t hurt his feelings.
  • Identical Grandson: Is a direct copy of Gooey in Putrid Power form.
  • Intelligible Unintelligible: Like his descendant, Ninja Gooey speaks in splutters and squelches that the others understand.
  • Ninja: His theming. He’s a warrior living in feudal Japan, and is first introduced hiding out in the bamboo forests, albeit very poorly.

The Trash Compactor
Voiced by: Kyle Hebert
Trash Head’s luchador ancestor. As tough as his descendant, he is the undisputed king of the ring and wrestling champion. He is the final ancestor of the Grosseries to be recruited in the fight against the Rotbots. He is simply called “Wrestler Trash Head” in the credits, but is given his wrestling moniker in the episode proper.
  • Garbage Wrestler: A literal case, being a garbage can filled with garbage that actually is the wrestler.
  • Identical Grandson: Is a direct copy of Trash Head in Putrid Power form.
  • Masked Luchador: He’s decked out in a bright red luchador mask, along with frills on his wristbands and boots.
  • Pokémon Speak: Like his descendant, he only talks by saying the word "trash", “trash crash”, and “trash smash”.


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