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Vinesauce (Vine Sauce)

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"Good."

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  • Source: Real person (The player's own Mii)
  • Debut: Episode 1
  • Birthday: May 11, 1985
  • DS Birthday: January 1, 1986
  • Favorite Color: Dark Green
  • Personality: Outgoing Trendsetter
  • DS Personality: Calm — Mellow
  • DS Blood Type: B
  • Creator: Vine (Vinny) (Fixed QR Code made by Breadotop)
  • DS Creator: Ego (Egoangell)

Vinny's Mii, a young man with an easygoing attitude. No matter how bad things seem to be going for him, he never lets it get him down. It should be noted that Vinny very rarely refers to himself and Vinesauce as separate characters, instead opting to refer to Vinesauce as 'myself'.

  • Adaptation Name Change: His Tomodachi Collection counterpart is named Vinny, being named after his look-alike instead of the stream.
  • Age Lift: He was born a day before his look-alike, since Vinny wanted the date to match the stream's anniversary and not his actual birthday, though Vinny chose his real year of birth instead of the year the stream was started (2010), since Vinny still wanted his Mii to be about the same age as himself instead of being a child. His Tomodachi Collection counterpart was born at the beginning of the following year.
  • all lowercase letters: Every line in his song, with the exception of the first (which capitalizes the first letter), completely lacks capital letters.
  • Author Avatar: Played with. Appearance-wise, it's inverted. Apparently Vinny looks like him. Personality-wise, it's subverted. Vinesauce is pretty different from Vinny in opinions, as seen by him initiating relationships with Alpaca and Balegdah, both islanders whom Vinny doesn't want anywhere near his in-game self.
  • The Cameo:
    • He appears as a resident in the apartment of the Tomodachi Life stage of Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and appears as a Mii Fighter, with Vinny playing as him.
    • His head is pasted onto Bowser's in Super Mario Galaxy Repainted (complete with clips of Vinny's Bowser impression from Mario Party Island Tour).
    • Vinny uses him as his Mii in Miitomo. His face appears on a bumper in that game's Miitomo Drop minigame when Fred streamed it.
  • Catchphrase:
    • He says "smeg" as his primary catchphrase.
    • When he's mad: "That's beans."
    • When he's depressed: "Good."
  • Crossdresser:
    • His Tomodachi Collection counterpart wears a schoolgirl uniform.
    • He was once given a leopard shirt that came with feminine-looking shoes. Vinny didn't know it was women's clothing, but Vinesauce liked it anyway.
  • A Date with Rosie Palms: The real Vinny watches Star Trek before going to bed. His Mii prefers a good fap.
  • Did Not Get the Girl: Every time he gets close to someone, they end up with someone else. Witch married Waluigi, Two Faced is unshakably faithful to Walrus (until she cheats on him with Donkey Kong), Alpaca was intercepted by Vinny himself, and Hamburger never got a chance to know him. When he tried to take initiative and propose to Balegdah, everything from the Scrumin' Birt to a motherfucking roller coaster derail got in the way, and Balegdah gets assimilated not long after. On the plus side, he seems to be in a stable relationship with Seabiscuit in Dimension Two and later got together with Cling On, though their marriage proposal also ran into various problems, including the return of Scrumin' Birt.
  • Does Not Like Spam: Butter cookies are his worst and his worst ever is roast chicken.
  • Gossipy Hens: He and Waluigi like to chat about other islanders during Guys' Hangout sessions.
  • Intercourse with You: "Right Em' in the Wrong Hole", which was unintentionally shortened to "Right Em' in the Wrong Ho" in one occurrence of the name.
  • Interspecies Romance: He wanted a relationship with Alpaca, but Vinny did not approve of it. Played straight with a human and a horse... until Isaac causes a rip in space time and causes Vinesauce and Seabiscuit never to hook up. Currently, it's a human and an alien.
  • Mellow Fellow: His Tomodachi Collection counterpart is described as a laid-back guy by the game itself.
  • Nice Hat: He often wears a bowler hat.
  • No Export for You: invoked Some copies of the game cannot use his QR Code, presumably due to changes in the word filter causing the game to reject his catchphrase ("smeg"). Fortunately, Vinesauce viewer and fan artist Breadotop (who also created Lolly) ended up using a previously downloaded copy of the Mii to make a more usable QR Code, preserving the Mii's other traits (unlike a replica).
  • No Pronunciation Guide: Inverted; despite the pronunciation of the stream's name being obvious, his nickname is pronounced "Vin-neh-sauce" in both these streams and Fred's Miitomo streams. When separated into two words (as with his full name), it's pronounced properly, but Vinny stuck with the default pronunciation after finding it funny.
  • O.O.C. Is Serious Business: Vinny knows Vinesauce's Tomodachi Collection counterpart is corrupted because he married Two Faced. At that point in the series, Two Faced was completely out of Vinesauce's league, and had revealed herself as being an undesirable person a few episodes ago (though whether that applies to her Collection counterpart or not isn't established).
  • The Pollyanna: No matter how bad things seem to be going for him, he never lets it get him down.
  • Production Throwback: His catchphrases aren't random nonsense. They're things you could actually expect Vinny to say during streams.
  • The Rock Star: He plays and sings rock music, not unlike the real Vinny, though he performs '50s rock and roll rather than something along the lines of the real Vinny's music. He started his music career with his hit single, "Right Em' In The Wrong Hole". He went on to form the band The Buvvins Brothers with Ralph as the bassist and himself as the guitarist and singer.
  • Rouge Angles of Satin: His solo song, "Right Em' in the Wrong Hole", misspells "ride" as "right" in both the title and the lyrics.
  • Rummage Sale Reject: Despite once declaring that Wario would get the worst clothes, Vinny has dressed his Mii in some ridiculous outfits.
    Vinny: Seriously, I need to stop making my character look like such a jabroni, I'm gonna make him look normal now. I mean, if I even can.
    [Gives him a safari explorer outfit]
  • Sailor Fuku: He wears a schoolgirl uniform on the corrupted island. Either Ego or Steve gave it to him to troll Vinny.
  • Stepford Smiler: Vinny suspects that his Mii is secretly depressed, but hides it from his friends.
  • Sweet Tooth: He enjoys sugary foods. Vinny once commented that his Mii's diet is almost as bad as his own.
  • They Do: After many relationships of his went sour throughout the series (one person only saw him as a friend and eventually became a bad person, one couldn't be with him because Vinny said so, one got separated from him via a dimensional split, and one got assimilated by aliens), he finally partners up with Cling On in Episode 50, and thanks to Southbird's efforts, Vinny doesn't try to ruin it. Whether they will tie the knot or not is yet to be seen.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Cornflakes are his super all-time favorite and potato chips are his all-time favorite.
  • Wackyland: One of his previous apartment designs was a cartoon house. Vinny commented that he's the most normal looking Mii on the island, and yet lives in the wackiest apartment (at least until Pee-wee, who was a much better fit for that interior, ended up in the same one).
  • Wanton Cruelty to the Common Comma: "Right Em' in the Wrong Hole" has the apostrophe in "'em" in the wrong spot in the title.
  • Your Mom: It's unknown whose mom he's referring to in "Right Em' in the Wrong Hole", but apparently she disgusts him to the point of making him want to flee the country.

Witch (Sklort McFungus)

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"Yohoho my pretty."

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  • Source: Original character (From Miicharacters.com)
  • Debut: Episode 1
  • Birthday: September 10, 1966
  • DS Birthday: October 31, 1959
  • Favorite Color: Black
  • Personality: Confident Brainiac
  • DS Personality: Dry — Alert
  • DS Blood Type: B
  • Creator: Unlisted (Fury Fire)
  • DS Creator: We-Steve (Weinerless Steve)

An incredibly ugly woman with a heart of gold. Has been in a stable relationship with Waluigi since the series's beginning, but hasn't done much as of late.

  • Age Lift: Her Tomodachi Collection counterpart is older and was born on Halloween instead of in September.
  • The Artifact: Originally part of a Love Triangle with Waluigi and Vinesauce, but the greater abundance of females as the series progressed made this redundant.
  • Bare Your Midriff: Her original outfit had this, before Vinny bought her a much more fitting witch costume and refused to give her anything else. She has kept the witch outfit on since then, until she got a new outfit in Episode 55.
  • Boring Insult: Vinny calls her and her husband, Waluigi, boring frequently. During a Vinesauce Miitopia stream, Vinny calls the two the most boring characters, followed by reading a chat comment mentioning their long-lasting and stable relationship and calling Vinny out due to the implications of calling such characters boring. Vinny retracts his statement and calls HOTDOG the most boring.
  • Catchphrase:
    • She says "yohoho my pretty" as her primary catchphrase. Her European counterpart shares it and once said it with a German accent.
    • When she's sad: "scrotes mcgotes"
  • Cute Witch: Depending on the Artist. In-game, she does want to know how to look cuter, however.
  • Does Not Like Spam: She hates string cheese and utterly detests clotted cream.
  • Ethical Slut: Yes, she will give you a blowjob in a limousine, but she is still faithful to Waluigi.
  • Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep": Nobody's ever called her anything but Witch.
  • Gonk: Easily one of the ugliest islanders. She once wondered how to be cuter, however (Clown Lady claims a plastic trophy would help with this).
  • Happily Married: After ages of dating Waluigi, the two finally married.
  • Iconic Outfit: Originally had a "sexy" country girl outfit and a hat that looked like a pile of poo, but once Vinny found a witch costume for her, that became her outfit and she's not getting any other clothes. She eventually got a nice dress in Episode 55, replacing the witch costume for the first time since she got it 50 episodes ago.
  • Informed Attractiveness: While her Mii might look ugly, she is considered one of the most desirable women on the island. Must be the personality.
  • Just Friends: Best friends with Vinesauce, despite their brief romantic interest.
  • Limited Wardrobe: After spending some time with a country girl outfit (which neither she nor Vinny liked) and a disgusting-looking chocolate ice cream hat (which she received before she asked for an ugly hat), she ended up with a witch costume, which she never changed out of. Vinny refused to give her anything else after that. She did get new clothes in Episode 55. However, Vinny mistakenly said that she previously only had the witch outfit, likely because she always kept it on after getting it. In the same episode, Vinny made a similar mistake when referring to Banana's wardrobe.
  • Nonindicative Name: She doesn't seem to practice witchcraft of any kind, other than possible potion brewing. The closest we get to anything witch-related is her Tomodachi Collection counterpart's birthday, which is Halloween. Her nickname seems to stem purely from her appearance (she had her nickname before she got her signature witch outfit).
  • Out of Focus: For a while, she was one of the more important characters in the series, being the most notable first-episode addition besides Vinesauce and Two Faced (Clown only became notable later in the series). However, once more interesting characters started being added, she gradually faded away with her marriage marking the end of her time as a major character. She's still far from the background, but she never quite gets back in the spotlight.
  • Piss-Take Rap: Performs one with Waluigi as Smellz Like Feet.
  • Race Lift: Witch's counterpart on Southbird's Japanese island was accidentally given a much lighter skin tone in the first Japanese episode. This was later fixed.
  • Scatting: Her song with Waluigi in their group Smellz Like Feet is mostly this.
  • Spell My Name with a "The": Vinny referred to her as "the witch" earlier in the series. He eventually started to just call her Witch.
  • Talk Like a Pirate: Her "yohoho my pretty" catchphase is unintentionally similar of the classic pirate chant "Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum".
  • Trademark Favorite Food:
    • Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches are her super all-time favorite and pineapples are her all-time favorite.
    • In the "Metadachi Life" video, Southbird visits her while she's depressed and she wonders out loud how anyone could dislike candy corn, with Southbird assuming that's why she's depressed.
  • What Does She See in Him?: Her boyfriend is Waluigi of all people. Justified, as she isn't exactly a looker herself, and she actually explains in one episode that she likes him because he's strong and caring.
  • Wicked Witch: Averted, she may be ugly, but she is young and friendly, despite not considering herself to be a nice person.
  • Xtreme Kool Letterz: Her and Waluigi's rap duo's name, Smellz Like Feet.

Waluigi (Wa Luigi)

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"My name's Waluigi. I like to think big and dream even bigger."

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  • Source: Super Mario Bros. (From Miicharacters.com)
  • Debut: Episode 1
  • Birthday: March 18, 1976
  • Favorite Color: Purple
  • Personality: Easygoing Dreamer
  • Creator: Unlisted (Adult Swim)
  • DS Creator: We-Steve (Weinerless Steve)

A quirky tennis player who may actually be a genie, and one of the original islanders. Once rivals with Vinesauce, he has comfortably settled into a relationship with Witch.

  • Age Lift: Super Smash Bros. Melee says the original Waluigi is the same age as Luigi, who's in his mid-20s due to being the twin brother of Mario (who's confirmed to be between 24 and 25 years old), but this Waluigi is 38 when he debuts in this series.
  • Ambiguously Human: As in the Mario games, but with the added layer of him being a genie.
  • Boring Insult: Vinny calls him and his wife, Witch, boring frequently. During a Vinesauce Miitopia stream, Vinny calls them the most boring characters, followed by reading a chat comment mentioning their long-lasting and stable relationship and calling Vinny out due to the implications of calling such characters boring. Vinny retracts that statement by saying HOTDOG was the most boring.
  • The Cameo: Vinny fights his Mii in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS.
  • Catchphrase:
    • He says "Waaaaaaaaghhh!" as his primary catchphrase.
    • When he's happy: "Wagghhgggggghhg"
    • When he's worried: "Waaaahhhghhhghgh"
  • Cosmetic Horror: He, quite frankly, sucks at applying makeup. Vinny compares it to a child finding their mom's makeup kit and messing with it.
  • Does Not Like Spam: Veggie burgers are his worst ever and his worst is espresso.
  • Evil Counterpart: The original is one to Luigi, albeit less outright evil and more just a jerk. However, we never actually see Luigi in this series, and this incarnation of Waluigi is actually a decent guy in a strong relationship with his wife.
  • Eye-Obscuring Hat: He's worn a few hats that completely cover his eyes due to how his face is designed. He doesn't seem to notice (though he does end up commenting that he hasn't seen Vinny in a while, with Vinny noting that he hasn't seen anything in a while), but he did end up asking for another hat.
  • Fat and Skinny: The skinny to Wario's fat.
  • Functional Addict: He admits to using cocaine alongside Alpaca. However, he's far more functional as a person than she is.
  • Gonk: His ugliness makes him a perfect fit for the similarly ugly Witch, leading Vinny to try to get them together and eventually succeed.
  • Gossipy Hens: Most often seen at the café when there's a Guys' Hangout session, chatting about other islanders.
  • Happily Married: Finally proposed to Witch after ages of dating.
  • Iconic Outfit: He's either drawn with his dolphin shirt or his genie outfit.
  • Is That What They're Calling It Now?: He once said Two Faced gave him a butter cookie. Vinny interprets this as innuendo.
  • No Pronunciation Guide: Inverted. Despite being based on a Mario character whose name's pronunciation is unambiguous, his name is pronounced "wuh-looidgey". This only applies to his nickname, however, for the same reason as Vinesauce.
  • Piss-Take Rap: Performs one with Witch as Smellz Like Feet.
  • Pretty Fly for a White Guy: While he isn't talented by any stretch, he is a rapper (and one married to another rapper at that).
  • Production Throwback: His status as a genie originated in one of Vinny's streams of Video Game/Mario Party: Island Tour. When playing The Choicest Voice in that game, Vinny comments on the original Waluigi's shoes, declaring him to be a genie.
  • Out of Focus: Since he is only just as important as Witch is, he falls into the background once she does the same. His involvement in the Two Faced relationship bubble vanishes as a result.
  • Real Men Wear Pink: He seems to enjoy using the makeup kit Vinny gave him.
  • Rouge Angles of Satin: The first I sound in his name was accidentally made too short in the first Japanese episode.
  • Satellite Character: Most of his personality relates to being a good husband for Witch, to a point where Vinny lampshades it in Episode 55.
  • The Scapegoat: Was blamed for ruining Vinesauce's marriage proposal in the David Bowie special, as Cling On ended up thinking of him at an inappropriate time. While Vinny later admits it was more of his own fault, Waluigi's not off the hook yet, and might have been evicted had it not been for the promise of future episodes.
  • Scatting: His song with Witch in their band Smellz Like Feet is mostly this.
  • Secret Identity: His Totally Normal Island counterpart claims he's actually a superhero named Super Dude.
  • Spanner in the Works: Inadvertently screws up Vinesauce's proposal to Cling On in the David Bowie special, along with Scrumin' Birt and loco moco.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Frozen treats are his super all-time favorite. Vinny intended to give him something he hates and wasn't pleased when he ended up liking it, but considered the way he says "yum" (which sounds like it had Auto-Tune applied to it) to make up for it. Bacon is his all-time favorite.
  • Verbal Tic: Tends to say some variant of "Waagh", similar to his Brawl in the Family counterpart's tendency to say "Waa".
  • Xtreme Kool Letterz: His husband-and-wife rap duo, Smellz Like Feet.

Wario (Wa Rio)

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"Waaaaaaaaaaahhhhh!"

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  • Source: Wario Land / WarioWare (From Miicharacters.com)
  • Debut: Episode 1
  • Birthday: December 25, 1973
  • Favorite Color: Yellow
  • Personality: Independent Lone Wolf
  • Creator: Unlisted (Brain-Wolf)

Waluigi's partner in crime, or possibly brother. He has a voice like two balloons rubbing together and bizarre tastes in fashion.

  • Age Lift: The original is probably in his mid-20s like Mario, but this incarnation is over ten years older than Vinny.
  • Ambiguously Human: Same as with Waluigi. He'd rather be a dolphin, though.
  • Amnesiacs Are Innocent: After his mind wipe, he became a lot more timid, and has started to sleep with a blanket Waluigi gave him when he was young.
  • Badass Baritone: He's a metalhead with a voice so deep that it sounds like two balloons rubbing together.
  • Bag of Spilling: Since Vinny had to delete and re-add him for Episode 50, he's missing everything he had before he got taken by the Jahns, with the exception of the clothes and catchphrase programmed into his QR Code.
  • Bare Your Midriff: In his mermaid dress.
  • Catchphrase:
    • He says "aeiou aeiou" as his primary catchphrase.
    • When he's angry: "waaaaaaaaaaahhhhh" Post-abduction, it's "Mr Balloon Hands".
    • When he's worried: "wahhaahhaahaaaaa"
    • When he's sad: "whhhaaaagghhhghh"
    • His European counterpart says "Wahaha".
  • Christmas Episode: His birthday is Christmas, so his birthday party was seen during the Christmas stream.
  • Cloudcuckoolander
    BonziBUDDY: What is true happiness? This question has been on my mind lately.
    Wario: For me it would be swimming in a pool of nail clippers.
  • Comfort Food: Vinny gives him escargot to cheer him up.
  • Country Matters: His song "Dragon's Dilda" contains the word, although misspelled in order to get past Nintendo's censors.
  • Crossdresser: His mermaid dress and nurse outfits. At first he didn't like the mermaid dress, but he's revealed that he'd like to be a dolphin, he really likes fish sticks, and he's got seahorses on his mind, so he's probably warmed up to the dress.
  • Does Not Like Spam: His worst ever is crab and fresh spring rolls are his worst. It's not by any means his least favorite, but he isn't particularly fond of garlic, unlike in Wario Land and WarioWare.
  • Evil Counterpart: The original Wario was one to Mario (who never appears in this series), though he ended up as more of a greedy Anti-Hero than anything. However, this incarnation of Wario ended up mostly being defined by his weirdness.
  • Fat and Skinny: The fat to Waluigi's skinny.
  • Gonk: His face is almost identical to Waluigi's, so he ends up being similarly ugly.
  • Gossipy Hens: He's often with Waluigi gossiping during the Guys' Hangout sessions at the café.
  • Identity Amnesia: Pre-abduction Wario is loud, brash, and fun-loving. Post-abduction Wario is shy, antisocial, and keeps a low profile.
  • Laser-Guided Amnesia: Post-abduction, he still has his in-game personality, clothing and food preferences, and the like, but he's lost all of his relationships and acts much different from his old self.
  • No Pronunciation Guide: Inverted. The original Wario's name's pronunciation is well known and the game itself, which is made by the same company as his games, actually customized some names' pronunciations (such as making sure Reggie Fils-Aime's last name is pronounced properly, should someone add him) to avoid mispronunciations, but the game ends up pronouncing the "War" in "Wario" as "ware". His full name is pronounced correctly, however.
  • Outdated Outfit: After giving Bonzi a purple disco suit, Vinny gave Wario a yellow one, as well as a matching apartment.
  • Nice Hat: He's had a few, but his most well known is his giant garlic hat. It's Wario, so it fits perfectly.
  • Rummage Sale Reject: Vinny once stated that Wario would always get the worst clothes, and he has gotten some bizarre outfits. However, other Miis (including Vinny's own) have also received ridiculous-looking clothes.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: His all-time favorite is escargot and his super all-time favorite is avocado.
  • Unexplained Recovery: Was fully assimilated, but returned with minor brain damage in Episode 50.
  • Unlucky Everydude: He confesses his feelings for Alpaca, only for Vinesauce to upstage him and steal Alpaca from him (temporarily). Then he confesses to Lamb Chop, only for her to be stolen away by Ralph.
  • Verbal Tic: Tends to say some sort of variant of "Waagh".

Two Faced

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"Walrus mmmmmmm."

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  • Source: Original character (From Miicharacters.com)
  • Debut: Episode 1
  • Birthday: September 8, 1987
  • Favorite Color: Black
  • Personality: Easygoing Optimist
  • Creator: Unlisted (Greg Mc.)
  • DS Creator: We-Steve (Weinerless Steve)

A girl with two faces (or, to be more accurate, two fake faces on the sides of her face, and a mouth right between her eyes). Vinny and his Mii are infatuated by her, though she constantly rejects them in favor of Walrus. She gains an apparent mean streak as the series goes on.

  • Adaptation Name Change: She's referred to as "Two Faced Girl" in the header of her entry Miicharacters.com. The Mii's actual name was shortened because of the limited amount of text a Mii's name can have.
  • Ambiguously Human: She appears to be human, but she has an eye that also functions as a mouth and a nose, so Vinny isn't too sure. Episode 53 heavily implies that she might actually be a Jahn, as many viewers speculated beforehand.
  • Ascended to a Higher Plane of Existence: After her cameo in Super Mario Galaxy Repainted, Southbird joked that she ascended and became a space princess after her eviction/death on Vineland.
  • Bald Woman: Begins to lose her hair after leaving Walrus for Dong, though it gets better later.
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: She doesn't just break-up with Walrus, she outright abandons him for Donkey Kong. Walrus is so hurt that even Vinny feels sorry for him, and from there on, tries to be nice to him, even giving him new clothing and a new interior. Vinesauce reveals that he wants to become friends with Walrus, possibly with the intent to sabotage Two Faced's relationship with DK.
  • Black Bead Eyes: She has three of them. It's a major reason people believe she's a Jahn.
  • The Cameo:
    • She appears in the apartment building of the Tomodachi Life stage in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS during one of Vinny's streams of that game.
    • Replaces Rosalina in Vinny's Super Mario Galaxy Repainted stream. Assuming it's canon, this is what actually happened to her after getting evicted.
  • Catchphrase:
    • She says "Walrus mmmmmmm" as her primary catchphrase. (Since she left Walrus, it's actually quite cruel that she still says this.)
    • When she's happy: "Queeeefff" (pronounced as "Quee-eff").
    • When she's mad: "fouck" (a misspelling of "fuck" that the game pronounces properly, in contrast to Clown's angry catchphrase).
    • When she's worried: "Gixoe Dagel" (which is apparently Jahnese).
  • Cover Version: Her song is an opera version of the Smash Mouth song All-Star.
  • Depending on the Artist: Her middle eye. It's supposed to be an eye, but it's also where her mouth is, so people either draw Two Faced as having three eyes and two mouths or three mouths and two eyes. And sometimes, it's a hybrid of both.
  • Does Not Like Spam: Protein shakes are her worst and oranges are her worst ever.
  • Elegant Gothic Lolita: Her second-most iconic outfit, after the sweater.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: When Dheerse admitted to being devoted to Satan in Episode 51, Two Faced didn't seem happy with this.
  • Final Boss: The final designated antagonist in the series, and the subject of the elaborate Trial by Combat in the penultimate episode that ends in her eviction.
  • Flower in Her Hair: One of her accessories.
  • The Fourth Wall Will Not Protect You: During a Girls' Hangout session she attended at the café in Episode 46, she spent most of the time looking off to the side, toward the screen. The SB Edit emphasized just how bizarre this looked.
  • The Ghost: Not her, but her mother. Her European counterpart mentions her, and when asked "Whose mother Resembles an ashtray?" she raised her hand, making it the only time any relatives of islanders other than Vinesauce or married couples have been mentioned.
  • Good People Have Good Sex: Strange noises come from her room whenever Walrus is over. Vinny draws the obvious conclusion.
  • Homemade Sweater from Hell: Subverted; she unironically wears a Christmas sweater, with a tree and everything.
  • Human All Along: Inverted — it's heavily implied in Episode 53 that she was actually a Jahn/Jehn the whole time, given her facial structure and worried catchphrase. It also justifies the "Assimilate" she scared Vinny with in Episode 49's SB edit.
  • Humanoid Abomination: Her middle eye is her mouth. She's still cute, though.
  • Hypno Pendulum: Vinny attempts to use this on her in order to make her hate Walrus and break up with him. He tries convincing her that Walrus is a sea monster. Instead, she dreams about standing at the docks only to spot the giant head of David Bowie rising from the water.
  • Iconic Outfit: She is most often drawn in her marble-dots shirt, but her Gothic dress gets attention as well.
  • Interspecies Romance:
    • She's a two-faced human girl who gets together with an anthropomorphic walrus.
    • After Donkey Kong takes her away, she ends up being two-faced human girl dating a gorilla.
  • Just Friends: She considers Vinesauce to be a friend. He has unsuccessfully tried to get together with her, which Vinny wasn't OK with.
  • Kill and Replace: One interpretation of her cameo in Super Mario Galaxy Repainted — given that it's heavily implied that she's a Jahn, it's possible that she assimilated Rosalina.
  • Limit Break: Shows off her Omega Blitz to KO Vlinny in Episode 54's Battle Royale.
  • Literal Split Personality: Vinny believes that one face loved Waluigi, one face loved Walrus, and that neither loves Vinesauce. Whether or not it's true (particularly after she leaves Walrus for Donkey Kong, and she never gets together with Waluigi at all) is up to the viewer.
  • Meaningful Name: Other than her literal two faces, she's also two-faced in the sense of being deceitful. She's with Walrus for most of the series, then cheats on him with Donkey Kong.
  • Name-Face Name: As her name implies, she has two faces.
  • No Pronunciation Guide: Inverted; the exclamation "mmmmmmm" has an obvious pronunciation, but its occurence in her catch phrase is spelled out letter by letter, like HOTDOG. This irritates Vinny when she says it.
  • Number of the Beast: When Vinny checks the Splurge Ranking in Episode 20, he's surprised to find out that he spent $666.70 on her.
  • Right Through the Wall: Groose said he heard strange noises coming from Walrus' apartment. One can only assume....
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Varies between "Two Faced" (with a space) and "Two-Faced" (with a hyphen). Within the streams, the former is used in Tomodachi Life itself, with the latter being used in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, when she fights Vlinny.
  • The Tease: Every guy wants her, but her feelings are for Walrus. At least until Donkey Kong comes along.
  • Took a Level in Jerkass: After the previously mentioned Donkey Kong incident, she really started treating the other islanders like shit.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: She dances when given buttered potatoes and launches into space when fed filet mignon.
  • Trial by Combat: Vinny condemns her to one in the penultimate episode after she loses the popular vote, sending her to fight Vlinny in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, with the victor guaranteed immunity and the loser getting evicted. She loses.
  • Ugly Cute: Invoked. Vinny really likes her and wants his Mii to be with her, and every other male Mii seems to like her. Artwork of her sometimes drops the "cute" part, particularly earlier in the series and after she Took a Level in Jerkass.
  • Your Cheating Heart: After Donkey Kong asks her out, she happily agrees to date him... without breaking up with Walrus first. Needless to say, Walrus was devastated.
  • What Does She See in Him?: The man she finds most attractive is... Walrus?! Same with Donkey Kong.
  • Your Days Are Numbered: Vinny warns her at the start of the Survivor Edition that the fans are not too happy with her. She doesn't seem to care. At the end of Episode 53, she is now dangerously close to being evicted from the island, after a successful attempt to sway the votes away from Vlinny by Vinny. She was deleted in the following episode after losing a climactic Smash Bros. battle against Vlinny.

Lamb Chop

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"Do you think I'm unlucky? I'm not sure I even believe in luck, but I wonder..."

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  • Source: Lamb Chop's Play-Along (From Miicharacters.com)
  • Debut: Episode 1
  • Birthday: March 1, 1993
  • DS Birthday: April 4, 1972
  • Favorite Color: White
  • Personality: Independent Artist
  • DS Personality: Calm — Smiley
  • DS Blood Type: AB
  • Creator: Unlisted (Cpt Kangru)
  • DS Creator: We-Steve (Weinerless Steve)

A little lamb with a big heart. She was the first girl on the island to be married.

  • Age Lift: This Lamb Chop is an adult. The original was much younger. Her Tomodachi Collection counterpart is actually older than Vinny.
  • Born Unlucky: She wonders if Vinny thinks she's unlucky, though she isn't sure if she even believes in luck.
  • Call-Back: While her main catchphrase is a reference to an unrelated corruption stream, Vinny had referenced the quote in question during a Tomodachi Life stream.
  • Catchphrase:
    • She says "Spalone Babuguu" as her primary catchphrase. It ends up being pronounced "spellone ba-boo-gyoo" here; Vinny didn't intend for it to sound like that, but liked it anyway.
    • When she's mad: "Jjjjjesus Christ"
  • Cowgirl: The cowgirl duds are her normal mode of dress.
  • The Cynic:
    • She wonders if Vinny thinks she's unlucky, unsure if she even believes in luck. This scares Vinny.
      Vinny: [beat] Uh, I dunno, man. I'm getting out of here, though. You're scaring me.
    • After receiving a disposable camera from Vinny, she takes an "artsy" photo of a seagull and names it "Surrounded by Sadness".
  • Does Not Like Spam: Vinny decides to give her a hot chili pepper as a wedding present. She hates it so much that she actually melts. Her worst is herring.
  • Eyes Always Shut: Since her "eyes" are really eyebrows, they always look shut. She can open her actual eyes (which are used to form her nose), but she looks pretty ridiculous when she does.
  • Happily Married: Not so much with Groose, but she seems to really love Ralph.
  • Huge Guy, Tiny Girl: Both the original Lamb Chop and this version of her are quite small, and she ends up marrying Groose, who's much taller than her.
  • Informed Attractiveness: She's actually considered one of the most charming girls on the island.
  • Interspecies Romance: A sheep and a Hylian. Until the divorce, then she's with Ralph, who is a troll. Her European counterpart hooks up with a human.
  • Jerkass: While she's merely cynical on Vineland Island, she's prone to what Southbird interprets as rude sarcasm on the Totally Normal Island. Her counterpart on that island once said the locals were easy to talk to and "not smelly or mean at all" and Southbird didn't believe that this comment was sincere, and she also abruptly said "Come back soon!" when Southbird was visiting her, prompting Southbird to leave her apartment.
  • Nightmare Face: Whenever surprised, her face distorts itself into a horrifying gaze. Notably, her eyes open between her eyebrows.
  • Petting Zoo People: As her name implies, she's an anthropomorphic lamb.
  • Production Throwback: Her primary catchphrase is a reference to one of Vinny's corruption streams of the first Zelda game, in which the first old man in the game uttered the nonsensical phrase "It's dangerous to go spaalonebabuguuscooties." The "babuguuscooties" part dates to even earlier in Vinesauce history, as a Skype status Vinny saw while streaming and thought to be horrible.
  • Rouge Angles of Satin: Her name was accidentally entered as "Lamb Chi-yop" in the first Japanese video.
  • Stepford Smiler: She says "That's that, free at last" upon divorcing Groose, even though she's still clearly depressed.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Her super all-time favorite is licorice and she's also a big fan of porridge.

Ben Drowned

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"Die :)"

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A creepy little boy with a high-pitched voice. The first child on the island, he has a habit of either making threats to people or singing in complete gibberish.

  • Adaptation Name Change: He's based on an unnamed object from The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask that appears prominently in the Ben Drowned creepypasta.
  • Big Guy, Little Guy: The little guy to Gaben's big guy in their band The Crowbars.
  • Catchphrase:
    • He says "Die :)" as his primary catchphrase.
    • When he's mad: "Ben drowned."
  • Child Popstar: Made millions on his single "Peeny Blast".
  • Creepy Child: Has a constant Slasher Smile and regularly tells people to "die :)." Strange noises can also apparently be heard coming from his apartment.
  • Does Not Like Spam: Roasted chestnuts are his worst and oranges are his worst ever.
  • Face of a Thug: Besides telling people to "die :)" as an introduction, he is generally a good friend to Gaben and the other misfits.
  • Grandfather Clause: He was one of the first islanders and he ended up outlasting the other memes, even despite Vinny's comment that "This character will be the death of [him]" not long after adding him and also despite a comment from Vinny saying he disliked him and was considering evicting him.
  • Helium Speech: His voice is annoyingly high. It used to be even higher, but Vinny modified it because it was too much to take.
  • I Am Not Shazam: Invoked by Vinny. The Mii itself is a recreation of human Link's "Elegy of Emptiness" statue from Majora's Mask, which Vinny notes when discussing Zelda-related islanders, and thus does not have an official name. The "Ben" name comes from the infamous Majora's Mask creepypasta, where said in-game statue is possessed by a being named BEN. The "Drowned" part, however, is merely taken from the story's nickname (which in turn is taken from a part of the creepypasta), and is not actually the last name of anyone in the story. Either way, Vinny notes both he and CD-i Link are "bootleg" versions of Link, yet are the only Link variants on the island, noting how he also doesn't have the Mario Bros. on the island (instead having their Evil Counterparts and a few other official Mario characters who aren't the Mario Bros. themselves, as well as the Bootleg Mario Bros., who originated from Vinesauce).
  • Iconic Outfit: The game's elf outfit's green variant looks a lot like a Kokiri Tunic, so it was a natural choice once it became available.
  • Intercourse with You: "Operation Robodachi Fist" had references to fisting, but dropped several of them when it was eventually rewritten to be mostly gibberish. Later on, he ended up with "Peeny Blast", whose title is even less subtle than "Right Em' in the Wrong Hole".
  • Long-Lost Relative: Vinny listed him as being a relative of Vinesauce, whose specific relationship is unspecified.
  • Malevolent Masked Man: When Vinny gives him a scary mask to wear. He also has several more masks on the wall of his apartment. Appropriate, given his origin game.
  • Manchild: Even as an adult, he keeps his creepy, bizarre personality, and is still obsessed with inane things like cars on a shirt.
  • Motor Mouth: Talks very fast.
  • No Pronunciation Guide: Inverted; his name's pronunciation shouldn't be hard to decipher, but anytime his nickname (BenDrowned, with no space) ends up being used in possessive form (i.e., "BenDrowned's"), it ends up being pronounced as "Ben drownered(s)". Unlike the game's other mispronunciations (which are usually the result of vowels being mispronounced, or pronounced at all in the case of normally silent vowels), there's no clear reason for the added R.
  • Not Growing Up Sucks: He asks Vinny to turn him into an adult in Episode 46. He almost immediately recants and is changed back into a kid, but he warms back up to the idea by Episode 55.
  • Overnight Age-Up: Vinny used an Age-o-matic to turn him into an adult. However, as of 2016, he actually is one.
  • Rouge Angles of Satin: Southbird accidentally named him "Pen Drowned" in the first Japanese episode.
  • Scatting: Over time, he took more liberties with "Operation Robodachi Fist" until it became mostly random noises. He keeps it to a minimum as a guest artist, however.
  • Shirtless Scene: He spends a lot of time wearing just swim trunks.
  • Slasher Smile: Has a constant grin on his face.
  • Tagalong Kid: For the majority of the series, he was the only kid (as in, younger than 18) on the island. When the first two islander children move in, Vinny quickly ages them, still leaving Ben as the only kid. He later shares the position with Tucker before getting ages up himself. As of February 24, 2016, he would be an adult if Vinny streamed the after that date.
  • Teen Idol: All the "chillens" love his music.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Elephant ears are his super all-time favorite is and he's also a fan of fried spring rolls.
  • Troubling Unchildlike Behavior: Threats of violence aside, his song "Peeny Blast" features lyrics of sexual and disturbing nature.
  • The Unintelligible: His first song, "Operation Robodachi Fist", has been edited numerous times by Vinny (though most of the editing isn't shown in the SB Edits), and is now at the point where it's complete gibberish with a few understandable phrases thrown in (even if some of the pronounceable parts are also gibberish, like "yidder"). There are some bits of gibberish that Ben will not even bother pronouncing. He also just has a generally hard to understand voice, because it's so high-pitched.

Clown (Fart Shartly)

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"Funny how?"

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  • Source: Original character (From Miicharacters.com)
  • Debut: Episode 1
  • Birthday: October 20, 1980
  • Favorite Color: Pink
  • Personality: Outgoing Entertainer
  • Creator: :( (iluvpuppies123)
  • DS Creator: We-Steve (Weinerless Steve)

The fun-loving, albeit somewhat creepy, entertainer of the island. He turns out to be deceased, but he still brings laughter from his apartment in heaven.

  • Adaptation Name Change: He's named Faart Shartly in Southbird's out-of-band videos, simply because the TV Tropes replica named him this to get around the word filter and said replica's QR Code was Southbird's best bet for downloading his Mii (while he originated from a Mii Maker QR Code, using it in Tomodachi Life would require manual adjustments to the Tomodachi Life-specific data).
  • all lowercase letters: His nickname is all lowercase.
  • Ambiguously Evil: Between his frequent fits of anger and stalker-like tendencies, it is easy to conclude he's a Monster Clown. He's also implied to be racist, considering the only people he associates with have all-white features.
  • Angel Unaware: Only Clown Lady and Sponge can see him in his true form, Clown Lady because of their shared clownhood, and Sponge because he can see the dead. Tucker also ended up becoming friends with him, for whatever reason.
  • Ascended Glitch: The reason he's a ghost; Vinny saw a slight glitch where he appeared to walk through Clown Lady (which happened some time after his rainy street apartment was replaced with one that looks like a Fluffy Cloud Heaven), and decided to incorporate it into the narrative for fun.
  • Body Horror: One bit in the Tomodachi Collection corruption stream has a knife-like extrusion growing from his chest.
  • The Cameo: Vinny fights and plays as his Mii in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS.
  • Catchphrase:
    • His primary catchphrase is "Funny how?" The TV Tropes replica, which Southbird used on his Totally Normal Island, has "I wanna honk you" (a reference to one of Vinny's Chibi-Robo! Photo Finder streams) instead.
    • His standard "Funny how?" becomes "Push down on the +Control Pad to speed through messages. Pass it on!" on Southbird's Totally Normal Island, though it's used for a different emotion (angry).
    • When he's worried: "Want a clown job"
    • When he's angry: "Honk honk fhuker" (pronounced "few-ker"). It was originally spelled "fuhker", which was pronounced exactly the same way. Vinny ended up giving up on making him say "fucker".
  • Character Derailment: Invoked by the game. Vinny asserts that he's dead, but the game doesn't make it easy to back that up.
  • Chick Magnet: Vinny thinks he is, because girls are apparently attracted to guys with a mysterious past.
  • Cool Sword: He appears to be carrying a sword while attending Quirky Questions on the corrupted island.
  • Crossdresser: One of his outfits is a women's gymnastics uniform.
  • Dead All Along: He caught a cold from living in the rain/overdosed on coke in Vegas and died. He now lives in heaven, occasionally visiting Vineland at his leisure.
  • Does Not Like Shoes: Goes shoeless whenever he's in his gymnastics outfit.
  • Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep": He's generally just called Clown instead of being referred to by his real name, which happens to be unfortunate.
  • Fighting Irish: Vinny initially gave him an Irish accent. Gets into fights frequently.
  • Fluffy Cloud Heaven: After Vinny declared Clown to be a ghost, he decided that his cloudy apartment (which had since replaced the rainy street apartment) was actually in heaven.
  • The Friend Nobody Likes: He's interpreted as being a creepy prankster, asking people to meet him on the roof for no reason, and sometimes it's just too much for the other islanders to tolerate. And he enjoys every moment of it.
  • Gray Rain of Depression: Clown's most iconic apartment design is an empty, gray street where it is always raining.
  • I Just Want to Be Normal: Averted, as Vinny tried to give him a Kid-o-matic to bring him back to life, but he refused it.
  • Implacable Man: Not even death can stop his clownish habits. If anything, he's quite literally better off dead, and even he admits so.
  • It's All About Me: He's a self-proclaimed CEO in Southbird's "Metadachi Life" video.
  • Just Friends: With Clown Lady, although they claim to cry and masturbate together.
  • Long-Lost Relative: His red hair hides it, but he's actually Broccoli and Bub Skebulba's eldest brother.
  • Mysterious Informant: Several times now he's left notes for other islanders to meet him on the roof.
  • No Export for You: Invoked. Unless Vinny changes his name, he can't be shared with other people via QR Code, because "fart" (but not "shart") was blocked by the word filter when Vinny tried to make a QR Code, despite Miis farting often and the word in question appearing in the game's script. The QR replica on TV Tropes gets around this by naming him "Faart".
  • Non-Ironic Clown: Zig-zagged. Sometimes he just wants to bring joy to his fellow islanders, and other times he's a stalker and a creep.
  • Paper-Thin Disguise: When he leaves notes to other islanders to meet him on the roof, he dons a pair of sunglasses and a mustache. Nobody can identify him.
  • Production Throwback:
    • Clowns are a Running Gag in Vinny's streams, so Vinny decided to add one (later two) to these streams.
    • Clown's catchphrase on the Totally Normal Island is "I wanna honk you". This is a reference to Vinny's Chibi-Robo!: Photo Finder streams, where he interpreted a bit of Mr. Curator's Speaking Simlish as "I'm going to honk you!"
  • Repetitive Name: Fart Shartly.
  • Sad Clown: Subverted, as his personality isn't this, but his sad eyes give this impression, and the fact that his apartment looks like a cloudy street where it is always raining.
  • Stalker Without a Crush: He's never expressed any romantic interest in anyone before Princess Peach, and yet all the people he's asked to meet on the roof in secret were women.
  • Troll: He asks people to meet him on the roof for no reason, other than to seemingly creep them out and frustrate them.
  • Unfortunate Names:. His first name is "Fart" and his last name is "Shartly," with a shart being a fart that unintentionally releases some fecal matter.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Has bright red hair.

    Introduced in Episodes 2 to 4 

Tingle (Tingle Montgomery/Crazy Bendy)

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"I feel so old. Makes it hard to think about chasing my dreams."

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  • Source: The Legend of Zelda (From Miicharacters.com)
  • Debut: Episode 2
  • Birthday: April 1, 1964
  • Favorite Color: Dark Green
  • Personality: Independent Artist
  • Creator: Unlisted (ZELDA FAN)

A short man with a love for baseball. Or at least that's how he appears to be.

  • Adaptation Name Change:
    • He didn't have a last name in the Zelda series, but there wasn't an option to leave it blank.
    • In Episode 52, his full name's pronunciation gets changed to "Crazy Bendy" (Vinny was feeling particularly Literal-Minded that day). However, full names are never said outside of news reports, so this has little effect.
  • Age Lift: Vinny made him five years older than he is in his original game (which gave his age as 35).
  • Becoming the Mask: He was forced into his baseball hobby by his father, and by the time that Vinny gives him a green dress suitable for Tingle, he actually doesn't like it. At least once, he was actually seen practicing his swings with the bat Vinny gave him.
    Guess it's time to grow up.
  • Black Bead Eyes: His are more half-circles, in order to match the real Tingle's Wind Waker look, but they otherwise qualify.
  • The Cameo: He replaces the Hammer Bros. in Super Sponge Bros., throwing Rupees instead of hammers.
  • Camp Straight: Tingle was always known for being campy in the Zelda games, yet here he develops a crush on Two Faced. He eventually ends up in a relationship with Clown Lady. However, he is not amused when the latter becomes Mime Lady and the two end up breaking up later in the stream.
  • Catchphrase: His primary catchphrase is "Koo loo limpah!"
  • Crossdresser: Once ditched the baseball outfit for a green dress, but hated it and switched back offscreen.
  • Does Not Like Spam: Cherries are his worst ever. He's also no fan of calamari.
  • Iconic Outfit: His iconic green tights have been replaced with baseball garb. Vinny notes that now he simply looks like a Spanish baseball player rather than Tingle. However, he does eventually get a green elf outfit.
  • Lovable Jock: Is a nice guy who happens to be very into baseball. However, he only plays baseball because his father does not like the idea of him being a fairy, and forces the sport on him.
  • Lunacy: He can't keep his mind off the moon in Episode 51, to the point where he bugs Vinny about his thoughts twice. Vinny connects this to his debut in Majora's Mask and wonders if he thinks it's going to fall.
  • New Job as the Plot Demands: His dad doesn't want him to become a fairy, so he ended up being a baseball player and later a postal worker.
  • Nice Hat: He's got a couple of baseball caps.
  • No Pronunciation Guide: Inverted; his name's pronunciation is obvious despite the Zelda games' general lack of voice acting and Montgomery is a real name, but his full name's pronunciation was changed to "Crazy Bendy" by Vinny.
  • Production Throwback: One SB Edit displays Super Mario Bros. 3Mix on one of his arcade machines.
  • Self-Deprecation: In the "Metadachi Life" video, he claims to have tried to vote himself off the island in the Survivor Edition.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Popcorn shrimp is his super all-time favorite and cheese is his all-time favorite.

Alpaca (Al Paca)

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"Got any blow?"

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  • Source: Paca Plus
  • Debut: Episode 2
  • Birthday: January 6, 1989
  • Favorite Color: White
  • Personality: Easygoing Softie
  • Creator: Tev (Tev-216)
  • DS Creator: We-Steve (Weinerless Steve)

A cute alpaca girl with some serious problems. Relationship problems, drug abuse, you name it; she's had to deal with it.

  • Adaptation Name Change: The alpaca girl in Paca Plus was named Izumi Yukari.
  • Berserk Button: She glares angrily every time her house's doorbell rings.
  • Bold Inflation: Her nickname is actually written as "ALPACA", but unlike HOTDOG the game refrains from spelling it out.
  • Catchphrase:
    • "Kazuma-kuuunnnn" is her primary catchphrase.
    • When she's angry: "Kazuma kun"
    • When she's sad: "Got any blow?"
    • Her European counterpart has "Paca Plus" as her catchphrase. She also got a sad phrase, though it isn't seen.
  • Does Not Like Spam: Cinnamon rolls are her worst and her worst ever is space food.
  • Dogged Nice Guy: She's perfectly nice despite her drug use, and has been rejected by both Clown and Walrus, and had her relationship with Vinesauce struck down by Vinny. She got together with BonziBUDDY, but Vinny evicted him eventually. But she got with Walrus soon afterwards, so it's all good.
  • A Dog Named "Dog": She's simply known as Alpaca, despite the Paca Plus character actually having a name.
  • Drowning My Sorrows: Except instead of beer, it's with cocaine. She'll ask Vinny "Got any blow?" if she's feeling depressed.
  • Eyes Always Shut: Thanks to her facial design. When she does open them, she looks angry.
  • Functional Addict: Averted. She's admitted to using both cocaine and LSD, and has had by far the roughest time on the island when it comes to making friends and getting into relationships. She might be slowly improving, but Witch complained about her repeating her catchphrase once, without saying which one.
  • The Ghost: Not her, but Saeki Kazuma from Paca Plus. Despite her catchphrases, he never appears.
  • Gratuitous English: The lyrics of her "Meme Rap" song in the Tomodachi Collection corruption stream are grammatically questionable. Justified, as she's Japanese and thus not a native English speaker.
  • Happily Married: Zig-zagged. After many hardships, one-sided crushes, and failures to start up any relationships, Walrus sets her up with BonziBUDDY, and the two end up getting married even quicker than Groose and Lamb Chop. BonziBUDDY's inevitable eviction shortly ended their marriage. Then she got together with the out-of-luck Walrus, and they got married quickly and seem to be in a stable relationship.
  • Her Heart Will Go On: After BonziBUDDY leaves, she starts a relationship with his best man, Walrus.
  • Hollywood Tone-Deaf: She once tried to woo Clown with an incredibly off-key love song. It didn't work. Her song is also considered one of the worst due to Vinny not editing it much. She isn't as bad when rapping in Tomodachi Collection.
  • Horrible Judge of Character: While it's never pointed out, her best friendship with Two Faced lasts for long after she cheated on Walrus (who eventually became Alpaca's own husband).
  • Idol Singer: Performs the unbelievably poor musical "Reach for the Coke!"
  • Interspecies Romance: She approved of a relationship with Vinesauce, but Vinny did not. This actually did happen with an alpaca and a gorilla, and later a walrus.
  • Love Triangle: Hits her lucky break when Wario confesses that he has feelings for her, but suddenly Vinesauce confesses the same thing. She ends up picking Vinesauce. This lucky streak does not last, as Vinny immediately breaks the two up.
  • Meido: One of her outfits is a maid uniform.
  • Nightmare Face: Not as badly as Lamb Chop's, but when she is surprised, her eyes widen to show this. The SB edits play this up by adding filters and spinning to whenever the face occurs.
  • Not Afraid to Die: Implied when, during Quirky Questions, she doesn't answer when asked if she's afraid of "the end".
  • Petting Zoo People: She's an anthropomorphic alpaca, but the Mii Maker's limitations make it a little hard to tell.
  • Production Throwback: She was added as a reference to Vinny's Paca Plus streams.
  • Shrinking Violet: Her inability to go out and get in a relationship by herself is probably a big reason for her depression.
  • Terrible Artist: We never see the drawing in question, but she's stated to have made a subpar drawing of Snoop Dogg.
  • Tomboyish Name: "Al" normally is a shortened form of "Albert" or "Alfred", but it standing for "Ally" or "Alice" isn't that far out.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Gelatin snacks are her super all-time favorite and her all-time favorite is roast turkey.
  • Transplant: She gets added to this stream after the conclusion of Vinny's Paca Plus streams.

Groose (Groose McLoose)

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"My Groose is loose!"

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  • Source: The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (From Miicharacters.com)
  • Debut: Episode 2
  • Birthday: September 27, 1986
  • Favorite Color: Dark Green
  • Personality: Outgoing Leader
  • Creator: Nintendo (Constable-Lemon)

A big man with red hair who wishes he were the hero instead of Link. The first man on the island to be married, with Lamb Chop.

  • Adaptation Name Change: Similarly to Tingle, the game required a last name and he didn't originally have one.
  • Age Lift: In Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, the original is described as a teenager in his trophy's description. He's an adult here.
  • The Cameo: Vinny fights his Mii in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and adds him as a custom Mii Fighter.
  • Catchphrase:
    • His primary catchphrase is "Groose is loose!" However, he pronounces his own name as "Grawce" or "Grouse".
    • When he's sad: "swahswahswahswah" (originally "soisoisoisoisoi").
  • A Day in the Limelight: Shares it with Karl in Episode 36.
  • Does Not Like Spam: His worst food is steak and fresh spring rolls are his worst ever.
  • Dub Name Change: Averted. Despite Groose's name being Bado in Japanese, he's still called Groose on the Japanese island.
  • The Ghost: Not him, but Skyward Sword Link, who is referenced in Groose's song, but never appears.
  • Happily Married: He ends up in the first marriage in the streams, being married to Lamb Chop until the divorce.
  • Huge Guy, Tiny Girl: The original Groose and his Mii are both very tall, and in Tomodachi Life he marries Lamb Chop, who's much shorter than him.
  • In-Series Nickname
    • Due to the game's inability to pronounce his name properly, Vinny has called him Grouis or Grouiz.
    • His and Karl's multiple failed attempts at asking girls out have earned them both the title of Sloppy Seconds Bros.
  • Intercourse with You: The lyrics to his song.
    And try to forget
    That Link is the hero
    And I'm a zero
    Just let me into your pants!
  • Interspecies Romance: He's a Hylian who marries a sheep. Even after the divorce, it would seem that sheep have a thing for him, as a news broadcast shows that a herd of sheep come flocking to him because they like the sound of his snoring.
  • Love Hungry: As one of the Sloppy Seconds Brothers, Groose is desperate for somebody to love, and works in conjunction with Karl to interrupt love confessions and get the girl's attention on them. He's done this with Princess Peach and then Hamburger immediately after. It seems to have faded away after those two failures, however.
  • Nice Hat: He's got a tiny top hat and a big cowboy hat. Vinny prefers him without any hats, though, because the hats hold back his Grooseness.
  • No Pronunciation Guide: Inverted; his name's pronunciation is obvious despite his original game's general lack of voice acting, but this game cannot pronounce "Groose" the way it is written, pronouncing it as "Grawce" or "Grouse". Vinny has fiddled with the settings, and now the game pronounces it as "Grouis". His last name isn't exempt, either. The European version sounds like it pronounces his name as "grass" by default.
  • Overly Long Name: It doesn't appear that way, but his full name is pronounced "Groose McLoooooooooose."
  • Really Gets Around: Never outright stated, but implied by the fact that his catchphrase is "Groose is loose" and the last lyric of his song is "Just let me into your pants!" Might be why Lamb Chop divorces him.
  • Self-Deprecation: He calls himself a zero in his own song.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: His super all-time favorite is yerba mate and fish cakes are his all-time favorite.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Has bright red hair.

Walrus (Wal Rus)

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"Losing your temper is such a waste. I prefer to just roll with the punches."

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  • Source: Original character (From Miicharacters.com)
  • Debut: Episode 3
  • Birthday: April 20, 1980
  • Favorite Color: Brown
  • Personality: Easygoing Buddy
  • Creator: Unlisted (Unknown)
  • DS Creator: We-Steve (Weinerless Steve)

Walrus is an anthropomorphic marine mammal with a voice like an alien bug. He became Vinny's rival not long after he arrived once he got together with Two Faced.

  • The Ace: Everything Vinny/Vinesauce can do, Walrus can do better.
  • Adaptation Name Change: His counterpart in the Tomodachi Collection episode has the full name Wal Ruse.
  • All-Loving Hero: He loves everybody, everybody loves him, and Jesus himself thinks he's a cool guy. You don't get more perfect than that.
  • The Atoner: Vinny sees Walrus making friends with Jesus as soon as he arrives on the island as Walrus attempting to make up for all the times he made Vinny angry.
  • Be Careful What You Wish For: When Vinny first moves Walrus in, he says he wants him to be the romantic one of the town. This ends up backfiring as Walrus ends up getting together with Two Faced, who he wanted Vinesauce to get together with. Two Faced later brutally breaks up/cheats on him, devastating both Walrus and, surprisingly, Vinny himself! From then on, Vinny suggested that he wants to become friends with Walrus.
  • The Cameo: Vinny fights his Mii in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS.
  • Catchphrase: His primary catchphrase is "googoo gajoob". His European counterpart shares it, though it has an apostrophe in place of the "a" (Beatles fans generally spell the "word" in question with an apostrophe).
  • Celebrity Resemblance: He says he often gets mistaken for Brad Pitt and Adolf Hitler during Quirky Questions.
  • Chick Magnet: He's consistently voted as being the number one most charming boy on the island. The fact that Vinesauce is usually somewhere between 5 and 10 has only given Vinny another reason to resent Walrus.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: The Totally Normal Island is already a strange place, but its version of Walrus claims to know Southbird's destiny and randomly said something about "paying [Southbird] back with interest" after Southbird refused to see the paper with his alleged destiny written on it.
  • Comfort Food: After Two Faced dumps him, it takes one sausage to make him feel better.
  • Compressed Vice: He once claimed to have tried magic mushrooms, but very little else was said about this.
  • Cosmic Plaything:
    • Vinny gives him prison cell interior for his apartment. Walrus wasn't exactly thrilled, but he tolerates it there.
    • Vinny forces him him into a striped prisoner outfit. He tries to change out of it, but Vinny forces him right back into it.
    • Vinny forces him to eat another croissant, his least favorite food of all time.
    • Defied when Vinny stops treating him badly after Two Faced dumps him rather coldly.
  • Crossdresser: His salopettes are categorized as women's clothing. They don't look as feminine as a lot of other clothes in that category, though.
  • Does Not Like Spam: He melts when given a croissant. He also dislikes cornflakes.
  • A Dog Named "Dog": He's a walrus named Walrus.
  • Earn Your Happy Ending: After being abused by Vinny, dumped by Two Faced, and spurned by Levi, he finally finds true love in Alpaca and agrees to marry her.
  • Fourth-Wall Observer: While he never explicitly says he's in a video game, he does mock Vinny after his Mii starts dating Balegdah.
  • Flower in Her Hair: One of his signature head accessories is a flower growing right out of the top of his head.
  • Good People Have Good Sex: In addition to being generally the nicest guy on the island, he is in a sexually fulfilling relationship with Two Faced. Until Two Faced brutally rejects him for Donkey Kong.
  • Iconic Outfit: Primarily known for having a flower on his head while wearing salopettes.
  • Informed Attractiveness: One of the most charming boys on the island, according to the charts, even though he's a gonk-looking walrus.
  • Interspecies Romance: An anthropomorphic walrus and a two-faced human girl. Later hooks up with an Alpaca.
  • Gonk: He's among the uglier islanders, though it's mostly due to being a walrus.
  • Mirror Self: Vineland Island Walrus is a good guy and a family man. Totally Normal Island Walrus seems somewhat unhinged, because he randomly wanted to hand Southbird a piece of paper that he claimed had his destiny on it and when Southbird refused to look at it, he tried to persuade him further by saying he'd pay him back with interest.
  • Named After Somebody Famous: Discussed when Vinny responds to a chat comment by saying that he isn't going to name him Jamie Hyneman because he likes "Wahl Rozz" better.
  • Nice Guy: An all-around buddy and the reason Alpaca finally found love. Doesn't stop Vinny from hating him, though. His Totally Normal Island counterpart isn't as friendly.
  • No Pronunciation Guide: Inverted; there's a pronunciation guide, but it isn't reliable, as his full name ended up with "Wal" rhyming with "pal" and "Rus" being pronounced "rozz". Like the default pronunciation of Vinesauce, Vinny was content with keeping it.
  • O.O.C. Is Serious Business: When Southbird rejects his offer to reveal his destiny, he says he'll "pay [him] back with interest" (which one YouTube commenter interpreted as a threat, with "paying back" being used in the "getting revenge" sense).
  • Pals with Jesus: He makes friends with Jesus as soon as the latter moves in. It only makes Vinny hate him more.
  • Petting Zoo People: He's an anthropomorphic walrus.
  • Parental Substitute: Takes up the role of Levi's stepfather after BonziBUDDY is deleted.
  • Parent with New Paramour: For a while, Levi didn't accept him as his real father, but the two iron things out by the time Alpaca proposes.
  • The Pollyanna: Not as peppy as Vinesauce, but still a very positive fellow despite his poor conditions.
  • Prison: Walrus lived in a prison cell for a while, because Vinny hated him. He didn't mind, though.
  • Right Through the Wall: Groose said he heard strange noises coming from Walrus' apartment...
  • Sex God: It's implied at least twice that Walrus is really good in bed. Hey, all that charm has to come from somewhere.
  • Sitcom Arch-Nemesis: Vinny hated him for starting a relationship with Two Faced and took every opportunity to be a jerk to him.
  • Supreme Chef: He's somehow able to make frozen yogurt using a stove and a frying pan.
  • Throw the Dog a Bone: After Two Faced dumps Walrus in an incredibly mean way, Vinny starts treating him a lot better. He gives him some sausage to make him feel better, and gives him an actual, nice apartment to replace his usual jail cell.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: He really likes sausage. Vinny gave it to him hoping he'd hate it. His super all-time favorite is sushi.
  • The Quest: Walrus goes on info journies off-stream to find out the origins of Vineland Island and its inhabitants.
  • Unishment: Some of Vinny's attempts to torment Walrus have backfired.
    • Gave Walrus a sausage under the assumption that he would hate it. Walrus then starts dancing because it's one of his favorite foods. He later gives him a sausage to cheer him up after Two Faced dumped him.
    • Gave him a red hot chili pepper. Everyone so far has hated them, especially Lamb Chop. He actually really likes it.
  • Warm-Hearted Walrus: He's an easygoing buddy who loves everyone, and is, obviously, a walrus.

Princess Peach

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"I could go for some Italian food."

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  • Source: Super Mario Bros. (From Miicharacters.com)
  • Debut: Episode 3
  • Birthday: June 4, 1990
  • Favorite Color: Pink
  • Personality: Easygoing Dreamer
  • Creator: Topher (Topher)

The princess of the Mushroom Kingdom, spending some time in her vacation home.

  • Action Girl: The few times we see her hanging out alone in her apartment, she's beating the ever-loving crap out of a punching bag.
  • Catchphrase:
    • "Mariooooooooooo!"
    • When she's worried: "Maaaaarrriiioooo"
    • When she's sad: "Marioooooooooooo"
  • Covert Pervert: According to Episode 47's Quirky Questions, she hides porno mags in her apartment.
  • Does Not Like Spam: Her worst ever is roast turkey and red chili peppers are her worst.
  • Everyone Loves Blondes: Averted. Vinny acknowledges that of all the girls on the island, Peach is the most attractive, but she has yet to have anybody develop a crush on her. Instead, they all go for either Two Faced or Witch. In fact, whenever Vinny looks at the Girl Charm Ranking list, she's usually near the bottom of the list. Groose considered asking her out, but Vinny told him to go for Two Faced. When she was finally asked out, her hair was dyed blue.
  • Everything's Better with Princesses: Though it's never acknowledged that she is one in-game.
  • The Generic Guy: She's the only girl on the island who isn't some sort of freak. Bizarrely, nobody was interested in her until Episode 36, when Clown, Groose, and Karl confessed their love to her. She chose Clown.
  • The Ghost: Not her, but Mario. She mentions him often, but he never actually appears, despite Peach not being the only character from their home series to appear.
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: A natural blonde, and is overall nice to the islanders.
  • Humans Are Ugly: She's one of the few normal-looking women, yet the male islanders usually consider her undesirable. Things would later improve significantly.
  • Magic Feather: Seashell Power cleared her acne and got rid of her laryngitis, among other things.
  • Pimped-Out Dress: Vinny gives her a bright pink one that cost $1,000. She loves it.
  • Princesses Prefer Pink: Zig-zagged. Vinny gives her only pink outfits, but there have been cases when she didn't like them.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Danish pastries are her super all-time favorite and popcorn is her all-time favorite.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Vinny dyed her hair blue, and later it was dyed stark white.

BonziBUDDY

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"Expand dong."

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  • Source: Windows adware
  • Debut: Episode 3
  • Birthday: August 15, 1995
  • DS Birthday: March 30, 1995
  • Favorite Color: Purple
  • Personality: Easygoing Buddy
  • DS Personality: Fun — Noisy
  • DS Blood Type: B
  • Creator: Tev (Tev-216)
  • DS Creator: We-Steve (Weinerless Steve)

A purple ape who wants to be everyone's friend, but also has a habit of filling up their computers with ads and viruses. Eventually becomes despised by Vinny.

  • Age Lift: His Tomodachi Collection counterpart was born earlier in the year.
  • Anti-Role Model: Vinny considers him to be a source of bad advice due to his origin as a piece of spyware. As an example, in one dream he said to remember to wash your hands after washing your hands.
  • Black Bead Eyes: His eyes are black dots with curves around them.
  • The Bus Came Back: Apparently living in a corrupted version of Tomodachi Collection with fellow evictee Dolan.
  • Catchphrase:
  • Crossdresser: One of his most used outfits is a pinkish-purple schoolgirl dress.
  • Discredited Meme: invoked Joel (who introduced him to Vinesauce) and Vinny (who decided to reference one of Joel's streams by adding him) came to despise him around the same time. This led to his removal.
  • Does Not Like Spam: Biscuits are his worst. His worst ever is cotton candy.
  • Funny Animal: Well, Vinny doesn't think he's funny, but everyone else seems to enjoy his presence.
  • Happily Married: To Alpaca. At least before his leave.
  • Interspecies Romance: A gorilla and an alpaca.
  • Nice Guy: He's classified as a buddy, fittingly enough.
  • Outdated Outfit: He wears a purple disco suit in 2014. Of course, he got it less because it's a disco suit and more because it's purple, his trademark color.
  • Production Throwback: He was added as a reference to Joel's "Windows XP Destruction" stream, which had him as one of the many pieces of malware used to screw up a virtual machine running Microsoft Windows XP. His voice was made into as much of an imitation of the original text-to-speech as possible, requiring Vinny to spend several minutes editing it while listening to the stream. "Expand Dong" was what Joel put as his name after Bonzi asked for it.
  • Put on a Bus to Hell: Vinny got tired of having him on his island eventually removed him after becoming annoyed by his status as an overused meme. However, he was not killed off. Vinny said he simply moved out of Vineland Island, leaving Alpaca and Levi on their own.
  • Running Gagged: After the original Bonzi spent time as a Vinesauce fan favorite, Joel (who introduced him to Vinesauce) grew tired of him and the constant references fans make to him and Vinny (and possibly the other streamers) ended up sharing that sentiment. At first Vinny merely showed a strong dislike of him when interacting with him in this game, but said dislike grew strong enough for Vinny to delete him entirely.
  • Sacrificial Lion: His death was an indication of the series' Anyone Can Die elements, being the first major islander to be evicted/killed. He was eventually revealed to still be alive, just not on the island anymore, but the original point still stands.
  • Sailor Fuku: Vinny's tendency to give him purple clothes includes giving him a pinkish-purple skirt.
  • Sitcom Arch-Nemesis: invoked As Bonzi fell further and further into the Discredited Meme pile, Vinny began hating him more and more regardless of how he is in the series proper, especially after Dolan made him decide to purge all memes eventually.
  • Soap Opera Disease: Parodied with his terminal case of Not Funny, which Vinny used early on as a justification for wanting to evict him.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": According to Bonzi's origins (as well as his Mii), his name is stylized as "BonziBUDDY". However, he's often been called "Bonzi Buddy" or "Bonzibuddy", and is often shortened to Bonzi to circumvent the issue entirely.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: He loves truffles and crepes.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Has purple hair/fur.
  • Your Days Are Numbered: Later in the series, he caught a case of Not Funny (a sentiment also shared by Joel, who introduced him to Vinesauce via his "Windows destruction" streams and simply wrote "not funny" when someone asked him to draw him in Mario Paint), causing Vinny to threaten to remove him, which he does in Episode 38. Ironically, Joel would go on to introduce the even more obnoxious MyFelix and Desktop Butterflies to his VM in the Windows 8 Destruction stream, which put BonziBUDDY to shame.

Ralph Bluetawn

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"To the buvvins!"

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  • Source: Vinny's Second Life streams and videos
  • Debut: Episode 4
  • Birthday: June 17, 1985
  • Favorite Color: Dark Blue
  • Personality: Confident Brainiac
  • Creator: Bluetawn (Cellophaneboats)

Coming from one life simulation game to another, Ralph is a short little troll with a love of pizza.

  • All Trolls Are Different: He's eccentric and odd-looking, but all he really wants is a life full of love and pizza, which he found on Vineland Island. That said, he's with Wario in thinking he'd rather be a dolphin.
  • Amazing Technicolor Population: Averted, since the Miis can't have crazy skin colors. Normally, he'd be blue.
  • Bare Your Midriff: He normally wears a green sports bra that makes his stomach visible.
  • Catchphrase:
    • "To the buvvins" is his primary catchphrase. His European counterpart shares it.
    • When he's happy: "Gimme a kiss"
    • When he's angry: "Gimme pizza" (considered by Vinny to be spoken and gestured like a true New Yorker).
    • When he's worried: "Ohhhh nooooooo"
  • Cloudcuckoolander: During a round of Judgment Bay, he walks over to the side with the option to delete the island, but apparently he was just over there because he was looking for the buvvins.
  • Crossdresser: There's no way that his sports bra is meant to be worn by a man.
  • Ditzy Genius: Despite his overall weirdness, he's classified as a brainiac.
  • Does Not Like Shoes: Goes barefoot in his sports bra outfit.
  • Does Not Like Spam: He dislikes sashimi and he hates yakitori.
  • Dogged Nice Guy: Was this towards Witch. He tried to win her over with a plate of candy corn. It didn't work.
  • Drowning My Sorrows: He has a bar in his apartment, which Vinny assumes he uses to drink heavily after work.
  • Gonk: Not as much as some of the other islanders, but he definitely looks goofy.
  • Homemade Sweater from Hell: Subverted; Vinny gave him an ugly Christmas sweater and he liked it. Vinny comments that he is someone who would probably like one.
  • Interspecies Romance: He's a troll who marries a sheep.
  • Lantern Jaw of Justice: Not particularly heroic, but he does have a butt chin.
  • Love Hungry: Like his original self, getting a lover is a side goal of his. Unlike his original self, he succeeds at this.
  • New Job as the Plot Demands: In addition to playing the upright bass, he's also been a doorman and an aviator.
  • Nobody Loves the Bassist: Plays bass in The Buvvins Brothers, but doesn't get a speaking line and hasn't been given any solo songs.
  • Production Throwback: He references Vinny's Second Life videos, wherein Vinny plays Ralph as a troubled man with a love of pizza and a desire to find a girlfriend. In particular, his quest for the "buvvins" came from "A Ralph Bluetawn Valentine's Day", in which another player told Ralph that he had to go to the "buvvins in the sky" if he wanted to yiff.
  • Rouge Angles of Satin: He was accidentally named "Ralph Pluetawn" in the first Japanese episode.
  • Sex, Drugs and Rock & Roll: During Quirky Questions, he once said he wants a life full of "drufgs and secks" (which didn't surprise Vinny). He's also the bassist of a rock and roll duo.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: As said before, he likes pizza and Tomodachi Life is no stranger to that fact. However, Ralph's Mii incarnation does not have it as his all-time or super all-time favorite food. His actual all-time favorite and super all-time favorite are mangoes and Peking duck, respectively.
  • Transplant: He gets added to the game after appearing in Vinny's Second Life streams, which ended after that game became banned on Twitch.
  • Troll: Subverted; his original self was a character made by Vinny to troll Second Life players (and was an actual troll to boot), but this incarnation has no intent of messing with anyone.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Vinny can't make his skin blue, so to make up for it he dyes his eyebrows blue, since he has no hair to speak of.
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Gaben (Gabe Newell)

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"I am pleased to announce Ricochet 2: Electric Boogaloo."

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  • Source: Real person (Valve Software co-founder)
  • Debut: Episode 6
  • Birthday: November 3 (Year Unknown, Grown-up)
  • Favorite Color: Black
  • Personality: Confident Designer
  • Creator: Fii (Mr-Fii)

The co-founder of Valve Software, and a man forever dodging the responsibility of making Half-Life 3.

  • Age-Inappropriate Dress: One of his outfits is a silly-looking frog onesie.
  • Almighty Janitor: Not actually a janitor, but one of his outfits looks like a janitor's jumpsuit, and he currently lives in what looks like a boiler room.
  • Arc Number: He has a tendency to avoid the number three. He'll even cancel Half-Life 3 in favor of Half-Life 4, and completely skips saying the "3" in Half-Life 3 in the song The Time Has Come until it's spelled out as "three".
  • Big Guy, Little Guy: The big guy to Ben Drowned's little guy in their band The Crowbars.
  • Catchphrase:
    • "Worth the weight" is his primary catchphrase.
    • When he's sad: "HL3 cancelled"
  • Comical Overreacting: His way of coping when he's sad is to cancel Half-Life 3 while dancing.
  • Does Not Like Spam: His worst ever is gummy candy and his worst is risotto.
  • Fat Best Friend: But don't bring it up, or he'll delay Half-Life 3 again.
  • No Pronunciation Guide: Inverted; "Gaben" is an obvious combination of Gabe Newell's first name and last initial, yet Tomodachi Life pronounces his name "Gabbin" instead of "Gay-Ben."
  • Pirate: One of his apartment designs is pirate-themed.
  • Ridiculous Procrastinator: He'll stare at a wheel in his apartment if it means he doesn't have to work on Half-Life 3. Heck, he'll tease Half-Life 4 just to avoid the dreaded third installment.
  • Rouge Angles of Satin:
    • "Wait" is spelled "weight" in his catchphrase.
    • Southbird accidentally named him "Gapen" in the first Japanese episode.
  • Shipper on Deck: Takes a picture of Two Faced and Waluigi playing baseball together and calls it "Dreamy Love Forever". Vinny immediately rebuffs him.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: His super all-time favorite is pot-au-feu and his all-time favorite is cherry pie.
  • Trolling Creator:
    • invoked His song makes it sound like he's about to announce Half-Life 3, but he's merely announcing Ricochet 2: Electric Boogaloo.
    • invoked In Episode 55, he says "worth the weight" three time while on the phone. He then says it a fourth time, and cancels Half-Life 3. Either he's trolling people completely, or he cancelled Half-Life 3 to make Half-Life 4.
  • Vague Age: The real Gabe Newell was born in 1962, but Vinny didn't give his Mii a birth year in-game.
  • Visual Pun: Vinny gives him a Steampunk Interior for his apartment, as a reference to one of his company's most famous products.

Cling On (Kling On)

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"My name's Cling On? I'm the smartest girl I know?"

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  • Source: Star Trek / Original character
  • Debut: Episode 8
  • Birthday: April 25 (Year Unknown, Grown-up)
  • Favorite Color: Yellow
  • Personality: Confident Brainiac
  • Creator: Regaulity (Regaulity)

A squeaky-voiced alien girl who is curious about everything. Created by resident Vinesauce troll Regaulity, but the trolling intent of the character wore off when Southbird decided to focus on her in his edits.

  • Badass Adorable: Becomes a motorcyclist in Episode 53.
  • Bestiality Is Depraved: One Quirky Questions session implies she may be into rat porn.
  • Breakout Character: She got more focus in the series as her popularity increased, culminating with her getting together with Vinesauce himself in Episode 50. It helps that the hypothetical stream editor Vinny mentioned at one point not only actually exists, but is also obsessed with her.
  • Came from the Sky: Being a self-proclaimed Olympian deity, she fell through a crack in the clouds. Months later, Gordon Ramsay followed her lead and arrived on the island in the same way.
  • Catchphrase:
    • "Honor Thru Blood"
    • When she's happy: "Qapla" (it's supposed to be pronounced "KAH-pluh", but for all intents and purposes, she's saying "Kappa").
  • Constantly Curious: Everything she says is in the form of a question except, oddly, most actual questions. She even has a song called "Questions."
  • Cute Monster Girl: Depicted as a cute or even attractive alien Depending on the Artist.
  • Dark Chick: In Episode 49, it is revealed through Quirky Questions that she has an association with the Jahns, alongside Princess Peach. Seems to have been a false alarm; no mention of this has been made since Mulder and Scully made the Jahns leave. Either she was under their mind control, or she was lying so she wouldn't be assimilated.
  • Ditzy Genius: She has an odd vocal inflection, considers herself to be a Greek goddess (with a toga to match), and gives bizarre news reports, but is actually quite intelligent. Then there's her European counterpart, who seems to have philosophical thoughts in her spare time.
  • Divergent Character Evolution: Despite her origin and catchphrase, she ended up not being very Klingon-like and fans tend to not think of her as a Klingon. The only times Vinny has referenced her supposed species is when giving her a catchphrase (which she screwed up saying) and giving her a surprisingly Klingon-like outfit in the David Bowie special (which she lost because of the dimensional split).
  • Does Not Like Shoes: When she's in her long T-shirt outfit, she goes shoeless.
  • Does Not Like Spam: Cream puffs are her worst and her worst ever is lemonade.
  • Eat the Dog: She thinks about eating Alpaca's cat upon seeing it.
  • Gag Nose: Her nose is pretty huge, and looks a bit odd. Fanart sometimes tones it down, but for the most part it's seen as cute and is kept in.
  • A God Am I: Convinces the islanders that she was a Greek goddess who fell from the sky and decided to stay. She's also got a toga.
  • Hidden Depths: Her European counterpart speaks in long sentences about meaningful thoughts relating to her accomplishments, something that the normal Cling On has never shown. This may be connected to the European Vineland being more sophisticated and "normal" as a whole.
  • Hypocrite: After she tells Vinny that she keeps her diet as healthy as possible, Vinny comments that the last thing she ate before saying this was calamari and points out that calamari is fried.
  • Insectoid Aliens: Southbird once described her as an "ant-like alien girl", thanks to her antennae.
  • Interspecies Romance: She's been with two humans; Small Face and Vinesauce.
  • Latex Space Suit: One of her most iconic outfits.
  • A Lizard Named "Liz": Both Cling On and Kling On are simply corrupted version of "Klingon", though she doesn't actually seem to be one.
  • Loves My Alter Ego: Cling On seems to have a distaste for Vinny and his streams, going by Quirky Questions, yet she gets together with Vinny's Mii.
  • Ms. Fanservice: She always wears more than Pinkle, but Vinny has given her a lacy dress and a long T-shirt that gives the appearance of a lack of pants. Fanart ramps this Up to Eleven, particularly when it's from SYRSA or Teckworks.
  • Non-Indicative Name: Barely resembles actual Klingons. Given her creator (Regaulity) has been known for trolling Vinny, this was probably intentional.
  • The Pollyanna: Almost nothing can bring her down. The only time she ever got sad is when she was coldly dumped by Small Face.
  • Popularity Power: After Two Faced broke up with Walrus, she quickly became one of the most drawn characters among the community. The fact that she's Captain Southbird's favorite character (this was around the time his edits started gaining steam) probably helped.
  • Small Name, Big Ego: Implied — she thinks she's better than humans (as shown in Episode 49's Quirky Questions session).
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Her nickname is Cling On while her full name is given as Kling On.
  • Tears of Joy: She says she "cried many tears of laughter" in Southbird's "Metadachi Life" video followed by telling Southbird to Google it.
  • Token Good Teammate: One of the few islanders who isn't creepy, dysfunctional, or morally skewed.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Her super all-time favorite is escargot and her all-time favorite is raw oyster.
  • Ugly Cute: Invoked in the SB Edits. She's incredibly odd-looking, but not in a bad way, unlike the likes of Big Face. People especially began to notice this after fellow Ugly Cute islander Two Faced started being an ass to everyone.
  • Vague Age: Vinny doesn't give her a birth year. However, Southbird's birthday video for her puts her at 30 years old, which is about a year younger than Vinny and his Mii.
  • Wide-Eyed Idealist: Manages to stay positive throughout the entire series, even with Vineland being increasingly involved in drama, struggle, and supernatural events.
  • Worst News Judgment Ever: She's given some odd news reports, such as one about a runaway bus stop and one about a leaf race.

Balegdah (Boleg Dah)

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"Baaallleeegdaah!"

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  • Source: Jesy Nelson of Little Mix / In-joke (Vinesauce Darren video)
  • Debut: Episode 8
  • Birthday: January 15, 1986
  • Favorite Color: Brown
  • Personality: Outgoing Charmer
  • Creator: eamon (eamon)

The result of a young woman performing a very bad Jamaican accent, and then getting content-aware scaled.

  • Abhorrent Admirer: According to Vinny, she's this to Vinesauce. They seem to get along fine when they're in a relationship, however.
  • Adaptation Name Change: She's based on Little Mix member Jesy Nelson, who was challenged to imitate a Jamaican accent and started off by exclaiming "Balegd-!" Balegdah's facial features are a pretty good dead ringer for Nelson's expression but she otherwise goes by "Balegdah" here (which was spelled as "Bolegdah" in the title of Darren's video, hence her Mii's full name).
  • Bookworm: Vinny gives her a book as a gift, and she spends a lot of time reading it.
  • Burning with Anger: She appears to be on fire during her feud with Dolan.
  • Catchphrase: "Baaallleeeggdaah" is her primary catchphrase.
  • Depending on the Artist: Is either drawn as horribly disfigured, as in the video, or relatively normal-looking, like her Mii.
  • Does Not Like Spam: She hates cherries and doesn't like strawberries either.
  • Dropped a Bridge on Him: Not only does she gets assimilated during the Jahn invasion in Episode 49, but Vinny never even bothers to check her room, meaning the only reason we even know about it is Vinesauce's "single" status in the next episode.
  • Gonk: She based on a heavily distorted human face.
  • In-Joke: Based on a fairly obscure meme.
  • Production Throwback: Her odd-looking face is a reference to a video Darren made using content-aware scaling, in which the picture becomes increasingly warped.
  • The Rival: She and Dolan have a heated argument over which of their memes is funnier, and it ends with a Super Saiyan style battle.
  • Robot Girl: She spent a good amount of time wearing a robot costume, including when she attempted to propose to Vinesauce on the island's Ferris wheel.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Her nickname and her full name have different spellings (the former being based on the spelling Vinny generally uses and the latter being based on the spelling Darren originally used in his video), and it doesn't help that her name comes from what amounts to gibberish.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Mangos are her super all-time favorite and sashimi is her all-time favorite.

CD-i Link

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"Bomb dodongos!"

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  • Source: The Legend of Zelda CD-i Games
  • Debut: Episode 8
  • Birthday: March 26, 1991
  • Favorite Color: Dark Green
  • Personality: Confident Go-Getter
  • Creator: eamon (eamon)

One of the less popular Links, CD-i Link now lives on Vineland Island.

  • Adaptation Name Change: The CD-i part of his name comes from the system his games were on and wasn't originally part of his actual name.
  • Catchphrase:
    • "Oh boy!!!!" is his primary catchphrase.
    • When he's mad: "Well excuuuse me." Vinny acknowledges that it isn't CD-i Link who says that, but thinks it's more fitting than "Sure is boring," which is an actual CD-i Link quote, albeit not an angry-sounding one.
    • When he's worried: "Bomb dodongos!" It was originally "Bomb dogondos!" as Vinny had misspelled it without noticing.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: He's based on one of the more eccentric incarnations of Link and seems blissfully unaware of the strangeness in his haunted house apartment, and his response to some deep thoughts from Jesus was to scratch his butt.
  • Does Not Like Spam: His worst is chewing gum and his worst ever is ravioli.
  • Haunted House: Vinny sticks him in a haunted apartment, with cracks in the walls, eyes staring at him, moving statues, and other horror cliches. None of this bothers him at all.
  • Iconic Outfit: As with Ben, he ended up with a green elf outfit due to its resemblance to Link's clothes.
  • Innocent Innuendo: When quoting his "Great! I'll grab my stuff!" line, Vinny makes it sound like a euphemism for masturbation.
  • Interspecies Romance: He's a Hylian who gets together with a horse.
  • Keet: Being CD-i Link, of course.
  • One-Liner Echo: "Oh boy!" is often said by Vinny whenever CD-i Link says it, as is "Great! I'll grab my... stuff!"
  • Phrase Catcher: Vinny will often shout out "Great!" in imitation of CD-i Link whenever he's about to talk to him.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Another islander with his name capitalized/punctuated incorrectly often. Doesn't help that his origin only refers to him as "Link", with the "CD-i" being a title made by fans to separate him from other incarnations.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Grilled cheese sandwiches are his super all-time favorite and gyros are his all-time favorite.

Little Mac

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"Roll with punchs!"

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  • Source: Punch-Out!!
  • Debut: Episode 8
  • Birthday: March 20, 1985
  • Favorite Color: Dark Green
  • Personality: Easygoing Dreamer
  • Creator: nas (nasnumbers)

A boxer who has taken down Mike Tyson in his prime, Little Mac now resides on Vineland Island. He is married to Banana.

  • Age Lift: He is 17 in his own games, but he was 29 when he was added to this game.
  • Ambiguously Evil: In Episode 52, he hangs out on vacation with Isaac and Satan, who are considered "evil" islanders.
  • Butt-Monkey: He tends to be neglected whenever possible and gets called boring when he isn't neglected. Also, he apparently is one of the few islanders David Bowie hasn't slept with (though may be because of his marriage).
  • Boring Insult: Vinny thinks he's not only one of the most normal characters, but also one of the most boring.
  • Catchphrase: "Not so littlesac"
    • When he's sad: "Roll with punchs"
  • Delinquent Hair: Wore a purple mohawk wig for a while. Vinny got rid of it because he stopped looking like Little Mac.
  • Does Not Like Spam: Grits are his worst and instant noodles are his worst ever.
  • The Generic Guy: Perhaps the most average looking Mii on the island aside from Vinesauce. Vinny gives him a red tracksuit, and notes that without any boxing gear, he looks like every douchebag he's seen at bars.
  • Grandfather Clause: Never once was considered for eviction, despite contributing nothing to the island. Presumably, he's only allowed to stay around because he's the first one to be bland; he brings something unique to the island by not being unique, paradoxically.
  • Hidden Depths: He's a normal, everyday guy who is connected to Isaac and Satan, two islanders who aren't normal in any way. What this means is unknown.
  • Interspecies Romance: He dated and married Banana.
  • Ironic Name: One of the taller islanders, despite being Little Mac.
  • Lovable Jock: Just like the actual Little Mac, he's pretty nice when not in the ring.
  • Magical Girl: Transforms into one in a dream.
  • Out of Focus: He's one of the most generic Miis on the island and doesn't get up to much in comparison to the others, so it's easy to forget he's there. This ends up favoring him in the Survivor Edition, as Vinny forgot to put Little Mac on the first poll, meaning that he couldn't be voted off. Not that he would have had a chance of getting more votes than Dheerse anyway. This seemed to change for a while after his association with Isaac and Satan gave him some attention, though the series was ended before anything else could come out of it.
  • Overnight Age-Up: Vinny dyed his hair grey, aging him 20 years instantly.
  • Rouge Angles of Satin: Character limits led to "punches" being intentionally misspelled in one of his catchphrases.
  • Shirtless Scene: Whenever he's in his boxing gear.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Olives are his super all-time favorite, as seen in Southbird's European copy (though Vinny hasn't discovered it). His all-time favorite is fried chicken.
  • Your Size May Vary: Despite the original being known for being a short boxer who fights taller opponents, this iteration makes him quite tall.

Karl Pilkington

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"U wot mate? Dump the chump and wank the Manc. Please..."

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  • Source: Real person (Karl Pilkington)
  • Debut: Episode 11
  • Birthday: September 23, 1972
  • Favorite Color: Black
  • Personality: Easygoing Optimist (Easygoing Dreamer as of Episode 36)
  • Creator: Chaos-Unown (Unknown)

A cloudcuckoolander from Manchester with a head like a fucking orange and a fascination with monkeys, known for hanging out with Ricky and Steve (who never physically appear in this series). Sent to Vineland Island as part of the next Idiot Abroad season, but forgets about it as he goes on an increasingly ill-fated quest for love.

  • Biography: One news announcement is plugging Karl's autobiography. Funnily enough, the real Karl has indeed written a few books about his own life and experiences.
  • Black Bead Eyes: He was given black dots for eyes in order to make him resemble his Animated Adaptation depiction.
  • Born Unlucky: Starting with Episode 33, appropriately titled "Karl Has A Bad Day", absolutely nothing goes right for him.
  • Butt-Monkey:
    • He's been rejected in increasingly embarrassing ways, meaning that his charm score is rock-bottom (around -113 as of the ranking check in Episode 54) and that he spends most of his time depressed. He ends the series single. Even his European counterpart shares this unluckiness.
    • While Vinny insists that he likes Karl, he's also fed him his worst ever food three times, with only the first time being before he found out what it was.
    • In the first episode of the Survivor Edition, he got the third highest amount of votes during the voting sequence, despite not doing anything negative for the majority of the episode.
  • The Cameo: Polari has his face in Vinny's Super Mario Galaxy Repainted stream.
  • Captain Obvious: His "Totally Normal Island" counterpart comments that it's hard to make eye contact if your eyes are closed.
    Southbird: "That's a very good point. I agree with that."
  • Catchphrase
    • "Weird innit?"
    • The QR Code comes with the phrase "Ohi" (which the game pronounces as "oh-hee" instead of "oh, hi").
    • His European counterpart says "Ello, I'm Karl!"
  • Cloudcuckoolander: He's made a few bizarre news announcements, including one about baked beans growing around Wario's apartment. Just like the real Karl, he believes every word of them. He ends up claiming that he can't stand reality in Episode 49.
  • A Day in the Limelight: Episode 33, and not in a good way, as it truly established his Butt-Monkey nature. The only good thing it did for him was boost him from a weird background character to a semi-important one by giving him his own arc, which still only led to more suffering for him. He shares the limelight with Groose in Episode 36.
  • Does Not Like Spam: His worst ever is spaghetti (which he gets fed three times), which is funny because the real Karl was a latecomer to the food and loves it now. He also hates smoothies.
  • The Eeyore: Zig-zagged. He looks the part, but he's classified under the "optimist" personality group. Even then, especially after he's accidentally changed to a Dreamer, he spends much of his live sad and alone due to his inability to get a girlfriend.
  • Everything's Better with Monkeys: Karl wears a monkey hat due to his obsession with them.
  • Freaky Is Cool: Karl loves freaky people, which is why he's so eager to make friends with Two Faced. Fortunately, Vineland Island has no shortage of freaks, with Karl being one of the few normal people.
  • In-Series Nickname: He and Groose have been dubbed the Sloppy Seconds Bros. due to their multiple failed attempts at getting a girlfriend.
  • Love Hungry: Karl is one of the Sloppy Seconds Brothers, and will interrupt love confessions for the chance to get with a girl himself. After a confession to Cling On didn't go well, he ended up confessing to Banana, and then Princess Peach, and then Hamburger. He was turned down in favor of the ones who asked them out to begin with (Mac, Clown, and Kenny, respectively). While Groose dropped the love escapades shortly after his two attempts with Karl, Karl didn't. His failures at getting a girlfriend are a Running Gag at this point.
  • Not Afraid to Die: Implied when, during Quirky Questions, he doesn't answer when asked if he's afraid of "the end".
  • Oop North: Vinny voices him in the real Karl's Mancunian accent. However, the North American version of the game, including Vinny's copy, gives all characters General American accents while the European version gives everyone a Received Pronunciation accent when the game is set to English, so he'll never actually have the right accent, and at one point in Southbird's Euro Vineland Island series he says his catchphrase from that series in a French accent.
  • Phrase Catcher: Whenever Karl is wearing his monkey hat, Vinny mutters "li'l monkey fellah" in Karl's voice.
  • Throw the Dog a Bone:
    • Episode 55 is a huge one for him. After being rejected again, Vinny outright refuses to feed him spaghetti, instead giving him salami, instantly cheering him up. Later, in the popularity poll, he gets crowned as the third most popular islander.
    • In the David Bowie special, he is invited by the man himself to go on vacation with him to Hawaii. Sure, the trip was later ejected to a side timeline, but it's the thought that counts.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Salami is his super all-time favorite and his all-time favorite is ravioli.
  • Unlucky Everydude: He started a day off by melting thanks to eating spaghetti. Later that day, his love was rejected by Cling On. Later that evening, he then failed to win over Banana's heart because of Little Mac, who happened to be his best friend. His luck never gets better.
    • In Episode 49, Karl tried to ask Two Faced out. She didn't even show up. Twice. Vinny then gave him spaghetti, making him melt again.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: Karl reveals during a session of Quirky Questions that he needs Ricky and Steve to be happy, despite all the crap they give him.
  • Worst News Judgment Ever: His news reports are strange, particularly the one about a baked bean outbreak.
    Karl: An outbreak of baked beans has been sighted near Wario's apartment.
    Vinny: Oh shit, baked beans?
  • Your Size May Vary: The real Karl Pilkington is of an average height, but this Karl is shorter than Little Mac for some reason.

Sponge (Sponge Mario, né Spondage)

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"Being a Sponge... fucking suuuuuuuuucks."

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  • Source: Original character (From the Super Mario Bros. universe)
  • Debut: Episode 11
  • Birthday: June 6, 1961
  • Favorite Color: Orange
  • Personality: Confident Brainiac
  • Creator: Tenerence (Unknown)
  • DS Creator: We-Steve (Weinerless Steve)

The forgotten third Mario Brother, who wears orange. He's called Sponge because he absorbs depression, which explains his outlook.

  • Age-Gap Romance: With Clown Lady; he's about 25 years her senior.
  • Art Evolution: He was originally often depicted with a gigantic mustache shaped like a pair of arms. Nowadays, he tends to be drawn with his Mii's smaller (though not exactly small), droopier mustache.
  • Badass Mustache: He has a mustache to go with his status as the third Mario Brother.
  • Bald of Awesome: He has a problem with male-pattern baldness and is rarely seen without a hat. While Vinny was visiting other islanders afterward, Jesus forgave him for revealing this.
  • Blessed with Suck: While his power to absorb other people's sadness leaves those people feeling happier, he ends up feeling said sadness instead of it disappearing entirely.
  • Breakout Character: By Vinny's admission, he has the best song, he raps the best, his catchphrases are the funniest, and he's generally just a compelling character. This from a guy based on a grimdark Mario joke. He's even managed to get a backstory and his own universe of characters, including a game.
  • The Cameo:
    • Vinny fights his Mii in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS.
    • He's the player character in Vinny's Super Mario Galaxy Repainted stream, replacing Mario.
  • Catchphrase:
    • When he's happy: "I'm not happy." (This also shows up when you collect a 1-up in Super Sponge Bros. Vinny originally intended for him to dance while saying it, but he lost it after the game crashed. When he had another chance to give it to him, he didn't give him the same gesture.)
    • When he's sad: "Alright I guess."
  • Character Development: Episode 47 is the first time he smiles on camera (after being fed cotton candy). One episode later, he heads to the island's amusement park and earnestly enjoys it (alongside Isaac). This could be seen as him getting over the princess's death (if Super Sponge Bros. is to be taken as canon).
  • Cloning Blues: He has nightmares about being mass-produced.
  • Comfort Food: Cotton candy seems to be the only thing that makes him happy.
  • Cool Boat: Bonzi claims he bought a pirate ship. Coincidentally, his best friend is David Bowie, who worked on a pirate album.
  • A Day in the Limelight: Super Sponge Bros., a Super Mario Bros. ROM hack featuring him and Pretzel that explores his backstory/psyche. The colors are desaturated, the difficulty is significantly higher, the music is made more depressing, and the game's enemies are replaced with depressed ghosts, Mario and Luigi, and other Vineland Islanders. The entire time, he is told "no princess will ever love him", and sure enough when Sponge reaches the final castle, he finds out why the princess seemingly left him: she died waiting for him.
  • Does Not Like Spam: His worst ever is bacon and hard-boiled eggs are his worst.
  • The Eeyore: Constantly depressed. Even when he is happy, he'll tell people he's not happy. It's very possible that he enjoys being sad, which really shows how messed-up his life has been.
  • Eyepatch of Power: Wears one sometimes, but it does nothing to enhance his strength. This art suggests that he uses it to hide the transmitter for a remote-controlled Jahn.
  • The Fourth Wall Will Not Protect You: When he stares into the camera, he's really staring at the viewers. He can see into their souls.
  • Glorious Mother Russia: Somehow ends up resembling a Russian scientist at one point, according to Vinny. Also, during Euro Vineland Island, Southbird gives him a Russian fur hat.
  • Horned Humanoid: They're fake, but Vinny has given him two different types of horns to wear.
  • Hurting Hero: Despite his perpetual sadness, he goes on an adventure in Super Sponge Bros. and Vineland Island residents appear either as enemies or the kidnapping victims at the ends of the worlds, with even the latter category of characters insulting him by saying that "No princess will ever love [him]" despite being rescued by him.
  • In-Series Nickname: He and his brother, Pretzel, are known as the "Bootleg Mario Bros." to Vinny.
  • I See Dead People: One of his powers as a Sponge is seeing ghosts, including Clown and possibly HOTDOG. This is either because of his sadness absorption or because he's witnessed the death of a loved one before.
  • The Leader: After the Jahns' invasion, he's often depicted as one of (if not the) forerunner of the resistance. However, canon states it was more Mulder and Scully than anyone else.
  • Meaningful Name: He absorbs sadness from others like a sponge.
  • Motor Mouth: For such a depressed guy, he talks pretty fast.
  • My Greatest Failure: He failed to save his princess in time, and she died waiting for him.
  • Nice Hat: He asked for something weird to wear on his head, so Vinny gives him a horn to wear over his regular hat. He later asked for a cool hat, so Vinny gave him... another horn.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: His real name is "Spondage", but he changed it to something less foreign when he came to the island. Only Pretzel (when voiced by Vinny) calls him by his real name.
  • O.O.C. Is Serious Business:
    • On the day that the Jahn Army comes to Vineland Island, Sponge goes to the amusement park and, for one of the few times in his life, genuinely has fun. The connection between these two events is uncertain.
    • In general, he's a lot more energetic (as much as he can be, at least) when he's trying to confess his love. Which only makes his recurring rejections more upsetting. Conversely, this makes him getting with Clown Lady all the more gratifying.
  • Perpetual Frowner: In a sort of reverse Stepford Smiler fashion, he refuses to smile. This is even the case for his Super Mario Galaxy Repainted model, as noted by GPM. Sometimes, when nobody is around, he'll smile to himself. He also finally smiled when given cotton candy.
  • Prehensile Hair: Can apparently use his long mustache as hands.
  • Pretty Fly for a White Guy:
    • Won one of the longest, if not the longest rap battle on the island, against Witch, who actually is a rapper. He also provided some of the sickest burns in any rap battle.
      Witch: You should quit rapping - You're on the decline.
      Sponge: You're a rotten tomato - I'm fresh off the vine.
      Vinny: (Laughs) He really is, if you think about it!

      Witch: When this rap began, I should have dropped the mic.
      Sponge: Congrats! You won this battle! Oh wait - Psych!
      Vinny: OH HOOOO! Aw shit! Fuckin' shots left and right.
    • He screws up badly against Tingle, but then comes back with an even bigger rap battle against BonziBUDDY.
  • Production Throwback: This Sponge is one of Vinny's characters in Mii form.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: He seems to be the only islander who doesn't like being on the Totally Normal Island, because he comments that he wants to go to another island.
  • Songs of Solace: Sponge's song "The Ballad of Sponge" has him singing about how much being a Sponge sucks.
  • Sophisticated as Hell: "The Ballad of Sponge" is fairly poetic for the most part, until the final lyrics:
    Maybe I'll find my fame
    Orange is a lonely color
    Being a sponge
    Fucking sucks.
  • This Is My Name on Foreign: Back in his native land of Kraskatalia, his name is "Spondage". He converted it to Sponge when he left for America.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: His super all-time favorite is herring and his all-time favorite is cotton candy.
  • Unlucky Everydude: Sponge is awkward around girls and unlucky in love. When he asked Alpaca out, she didn't even show up. He overcame it when someone (Clown Lady) asked him out.
  • Weaponized Teleportation: Vinny thinks he has the power to make people disappear. A visitor he had over was suddenly gone when Vinny checked his apartment a second time after checking a different apartment.
  • When He Smiles: Sometimes, when nobody is looking, he'll smile in spite of himself. Also happened after his first taste of cotton candy.
  • Where the Hell Is Springfield?: Sponge's homeland of Kraskatalia (and presumably where all other Sponge-verse things are from) is said to be... somewhere in Europe. Somewhere.
  • White Void Room: His apartment has no furniture. It's just a completely blank white void. He is genuinely pleased when Vinny gives this to him.

    Introduced in Episodes 13 to 20 

Clown Lady (Mime Lady)

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"Funny like clown?"

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  • Source: Original character
  • Debut: Episode 13
  • Birthday: October 25, 1986
  • Favorite Color: Red
  • Personality: Outgoing Entertainer
  • Creator: karkat (Karkat)

A supposedly elderly schoolteacher turned clown who moved onto the island. Despite having the same job, she and Clown do not hang out as often as one would expect.

  • Adaptational Jerkass: In contrast to how she's generally a Non-Ironic Clown in the main series, in Southbird's "Metadachi Life" video, she receives a new interior and immediately asks for another one, followed by telling Southbird to Google it and claiming he killed Jesus after he refuses.
  • Age-Gap Romance: With Tingle (20-year gap). Again with Sponge, at around a 25-year difference.
  • Blatant Lies: She angrily denies that she knows French (in English) right after Southbird sees her speak the language in question.
  • Broken Bird: Is seen with a lock on her mind in Episode 50 implying that even after the Jahn invasion ended, she's still not right in the head. This may be why she became Mime Lady.
  • Catchphrase:
    • "Funny like Clown?" is her primary catchphrase.
    • Her primary phrase becomes "......" (pronounced "dot") as Mime Lady.
    • When she's happy: "Honk Houiohnnkk"
    • When she's sad: "pfywfbaegmsxnljn" (somehow, the game manages to pronounce this).
    • When she's worried: "I love maymays."
    • Her European counterpart says "Dont know french" when she's mad.
  • Cool Old Lady: She's old (or at least is said to be), yet she has a job as a clown.
  • Cool Teacher: She's a former teacher turned entertainer.
  • Does Not Like Spam: Instant noodles are her worst and macarons are her worst ever.
  • Everyone Hates Mimes: Shortly after becoming Mime Lady, her boyfriend leaves her and nobody listens to her jokes anymore. Sponge does not share this sentiment.
  • Gag Nose: It's not as bulbous as Clown's, but it's certainly red. It's green as of Episode 32 and pink as of Episode 36. It's gray as of her transformation into Mime Lady.
  • Guilty Pleasures: She loves memes, but she's ashamed to admit it.
  • Helium Speech: Her voice is incredibly high, which is especially noticeable when she sneezes. In contrast to Cling On's trademark inflection, her voice gradually decreases in pitch when she speaks.
  • His Name Really Is "Barkeep": Her full name actually is Clown Lady though this is later changed to Mime Lady.
  • Informed Attribute: Her age. Her backstory insists she's a old woman who retired from teaching, but she's actually one of the youngest islanders; Vinny's Mii is older than her, even.
  • I See Dead People: She can see Clown even when he's in heaven, thanks to the bond they share as clowns.
  • Just Friends: With Clown, although they claim to cry and masturbate together.
  • Level Ate: One of her apartments is made entirely of candy.
  • Magical Girl: Appears as one in a dream, which coincidentally had Jack & Jill being the fairy corresponding to her transformation this time.
  • Non-Ironic Clown: Unlike Clown himself, she is generally kind and not at all creepy. This changes when she becomes Mime Lady, as she comments that no one listens to her jokes and Tingle ends up breaking up with her.
  • Production Throwback: Like Clown, she's part of a Running Gag involving clowns in Vinny's streams.
  • Repressed Memories: It's discovered in Episode 50 that she has a lock in her mind, hinting at either this or conscious Hidden Depths.
  • Sad Clown: In addition to the repressed memories, as Mime Lady, she comments that no one listens to her jokes. Ironically, this may be why Sponge decided to accept her relationship invitation.
  • Sweet Tooth: She breakdances when given a candy apple and once lived in an apartment made of various sweets. It fits, given her status as a clown. However, she hates macarons.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Candy apples are her all-time favorite and pot stickers are her super all-time favorite.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Just like Clown, she's got bright red hair. As of Episode 32, her hair (and nose) have been dyed green, and pink as of Episode 36. In the process of becoming Mime Lady, she dropped the strange coloration in favor of gray.

Hamburger (Ham Burger)

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"I'm lovin' it."

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  • Source: Original character
  • Debut: Episode 13
  • Birthday: February 26, 1990
  • Favorite Color: Orange
  • Personality: Outgoing Trendsetter
  • Creator: nas (nasnumbers)

A walking, talking burger girl. She's the subject of many crushes for whatever reason, but is currently in a relationship with Kenny.

  • Anthropomorphic Food: She's a walking, talking hamburger.
  • Ape Shall Never Kill Ape: Zig-zagged: She'll eat fast food when offered it, but she refuses to eat any of the food in her room, even if she's starving. Probably because it's all made of cheese.
  • Boring Insult: Between streams, Vinny apparently decided she was boring, as shown by the "boring character" Catchphrase he gives her during the David Bowie special.
  • Broken Bird: After being rejected by Ralph, she can't bear to speak. She just sits around hanging her head, making all her friends uncomfortable.
  • Catchphrase:
    • "I'm lovin' it."
    • When she's sad: "burg n blurg"
    • When she's happy: "Hold the onions"
    • During the David Bowie special, she was given "boring character" for when she's worried. This was undone when Vinny quit the game without saving.
  • Does Not Like Spam: Nachos are her worst and her worst ever is cheese.
  • A Dog Named "Dog": She isn't just a hamburger. She's also named Hamburger.
  • Eagleland: She's a talking burger who wears an Uncle Sam outfit and lives in a sports locker room. Can't get much more 'Merican than that.
  • Fourth-Wall Observer: During Dimension Two, Hamburger asks Vinny if he likes video games. After he gives her an answer, she then says "Glad to hear it! I hope you love this game too..." and leaves it at that.
  • Gasshole: Has some of the worst gas in the game. It sometimes catches Vinny off guard.
  • Helium Speech: Inverted — it's more like Sulfur Hexafluoride Speech. She has a deep voice, despite being female.
  • I'm a Humanitarian: She's got no problems with eating the non-anthro burgers that Vinny gives her. Then again, they are veggie burgers. On the other hand, she loves panini, so she clearly enjoys eating other sandwiches.
  • Interspecies Romance: An anthropomorphic hamburger and a human.
  • Lady Looks Like a Dude: Hamburger is a girl, but Vinny often forgets this. Because she's a freaking burger. Donkey Kong is surprised to learn this in the "Metadachi Life" video.
  • Let's Meet the Meat: Subverted. Despite having some food-related catchphrases (including the McDonald's slogan), she once got nervous when Two Faced said she was hungry while the two were hanging out at the café.
  • Level Ate: She has a fast food apartment, but it doesn't seem to stop her from being hungry.
  • Medium Awareness: She makes it clear to Vinny that she knows Tomodachi Life is a game, but this was before Isaac retconned everything that happened that day. She once again refers to the nature of Tomodachi Life in Episode 32, confirming that the Dimension Split didn't retcon her medium awareness.
  • Moe: Invoked, as fan art usually depicts her as being this. There have been times where she's drawn looking goofy, or even as a Big Beautiful Woman, but most often she's drawn as being adorable.
  • The Quiet One: Vinny notes that he forgets that Hamburger is around because she really doesn't ask for much.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Panini are her super all-time favorite and her all-time favorite is chicken noodle soup.
  • Wearing a Flag on Your Head: Wears an Uncle Sam outfit. Another one of her outfits also has a literal flag on her head, specifically a small orange pennant that you sometimes see on burgers.

Vlinny (Vinesnauce Pasta Pizza)

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"Kzzzlkkkzzxxzxak."

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  • Source: Original character (Based on a real person) / In-joke (Vinny's "Shitty Miis" video)
  • Debut: Episode 16
  • Birthday: December 5, 1985
  • Favorite Color: Dark Green
  • Personality: Outgoing Trendsetter
  • Creator: Chinigan (Chinigan)

A botched clone of Vinesauce with a few subtle differences in facial features. He scares the crap out of Vinny. Vlinny was created by the Jahns in a laboratory, but soon turned against and controls his creators (as well as anyone dressed like an elf, if he's wearing his Santa outfit).

  • Ambiguously Evil: We're told multiple times that Vlinny is supposed to be Vinesauce's Evil Knockoff. However, he does have his own share of friends and causes next to no trouble. At his worst, he's more creepy than evil.
  • Bad Santa: In his mind, he sneaks into the houses of good children and gives them presents. What actually happens is he steals people's dicks.
  • Batter Up!: How he intends to steal the aforementioned dicks.
  • The Cameo: Vlinny makes a cameo in Super Sponge Bros. at the end of the first castle, replacing one of the Toads. Vinny had no idea that it was him, due to the 8-bit graphics making his mouth hard to see.
  • Catchphrase:
    • "kzzzlkkkzzxxzxak" is his primary catchphrase. The game pronounces it as odd-sounding gibberish.
    • When he's happy: "zzxzzxzzxzzx". The game spells it out instead of trying to pronounce it.
    • When he's sad: "fuk the pain awa".
  • Clothes Make the Superman: Thanks to his Santa suit, he controls anyone wearing an elf suit. Not very threatening when you consider that the only islanders with elf suits are Ben, Tingle, and CD-i Link.
  • Does Not Like Spam: His worst-ever is salmon meunière and his worst is fried chicken.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: A possible interpretation of his lack of action during the Jahn invasion, and why he didn't get kicked out along with them.
  • Evil Is Deathly Cold: His normal apartment is made entirely out of ice. He needs the cold to stay in his human form, supposedly. However, while he was sewing an outfit, he stated that there's nothing worse than being cold, implying that he isn't happy about his living conditions.
  • Evil Knockoff: Of Vinesauce, supposedly. In contrast, Vineschnoz is more clearly one.
  • Fish Eyes: His eyes are further apart than Vinesauce's.
  • A Form You Are Comfortable With: If he's away from his cold apartment for too long, he'll begin to regress into his horrifying true form, whatever that may be. However, Vinny isn't exactly comfortable with his regular appearance anyway.
  • I Choose to Stay: Like Jahn #2, Vlinny got to keep living on Vineland despite his connections to the Jahns and their invasion. Why he's allowed to stay, or if he has a motive for doing so, is unknown by anyone.
  • Latex Space Suit: His standard outfit.
  • Light Is Not Good: He gains an all-white outfit in Episode 50, with Vinny calling him an angel of death.
  • Long-Lost Relative: Vinny lists him as a relative of Vinesauce, not being more specific than that.
  • Man in White: He was given a white dress, white cap, and white hair in Episode 50. He falls under the "otherworldly" category of it.
  • Medium Awareness: He says something about being under pressure in Episode 52, implying that he knows Dheerse was evicted (something generally treated as a Ret Gone), and he's not too happy about it.
  • Not Now, Kiddo: Tried to cheer Vinny up after his Mii started dating Balegdah. He gets yelled at for his trouble.
  • Overly Long Name: His real name is quite long, at least when going by in-game character limits. However, he usually just goes by a corrupted version of Vinny's name.
  • Production Throwback:
    • Chinigan created him with the V-mouth in mind as a reference to Vinny's "Shitty Miis" video, which Vinny acknowledges when adding him. In that video, resulting Miis either had a V-shaped mouth or an upside-down V-shaped mouth (as well as far-apart eyes, in the case of the "Melty Face" Mii).
    • His last name is a variation on "Pizza Pasta", which is often used as a joke last name for Vinny due to "Vinny" being a somewhat Italian name, as well as Vinny's tendency to play up his Italian heritage (similar to Darren's potato-related usernames poking fun at the fact that he's Irish).
  • Red Herring: From what is known now, it seems he was not connected to the Jahn invasion, as he was not sent away by Mulder and Scully with the rest of the Jahns. Mulder didn't even mention him to Vinny when explaining everything to him, which made Vinny somewhat surprised when he found Vlinny still in his apartment.
  • Ripple Effect-Proof Memory: He's slightly immune to the Ret Gone effects of eviction; he discusses being under pressure after Dheerse (his girlfriend) is evicted. Other than the few reality-warping islanders, he's the only one who has shown this.
  • Thousand-Yard Stare: He's not very frightening normally, but the way he stares forward creeps Vinny out immensely.
  • Throw the Dog a Bone: Vinny took pity on him after Vlinny said a Virtual Boy meant the world to him, and gave him a Wii U so he could have something better.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: His all-time favorite is bacon and nachos are his super all-time favorite.
  • Turned Against Their Masters: According to Vinny, the Jahns are part of his army. Judging by the invasion, either Jahn #3 rebelled against him, or he never had control of them in the first place.
  • Uncanny Valley: In-Universe. The small differences in his facial structure greatly disturb Vinny.
  • Unlucky Everydude: He ends up in a relationship with Dheerse in Episode 51. You know, the very first character to be evicted by popular vote, in the same episode, no less.
  • The Un-Smile: He has a perpetual V-shaped smile no matter what his mood is.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Vinny dyes his hair white in Episode 50.
  • Your Days Are Numbered: Vlinny very narrowly escaped being evicted in Episode 53 after Vinny successfully threw the votes away from him.

Small Face

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"Small comfort."

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  • Source: Original character
  • Debut: Episode 16
  • Birthday: October 5, 1986
  • Favorite Color: Purple
  • Personality: Outgoing Charmer
  • Creator: ƒuckface (Unknown)

A man with an incredibly small face and body. His very presence fascinates Vinny.

  • Ambiguously Bi: After he breaks up with Cling On, Vinny points out his fondness for cherries and sausage.
  • Ambiguously Evil: His creepy mannerisms and inscrutable expression imply him to be rather sinister, but the worst he's done is confuse and inconvenience his neighbors.
  • Catchphrase:
    • His primary catchphrase is "Small comfort."
    • When he's worried: "Small problems."
  • Cloudcuckoolander: In the running for weirdest Vinelander, which is saying a lot. He wears a dog suit, enjoys white hair and makeup, acts creepy, has a minuscule face, and strange noises and the smell of corn on the cob apparently come from his apartment, so Vinny is completely justified in being continually fascinated by him.
  • Cosmetic Horror: He applies makeup to himself often, and he can never get it right, due to how makeup placement works on Miis.
  • Embarrassing Nickname: Vinny referred to him as "Ass Face" during a rap battle.
  • His Name Really Is "Barkeep": Small Face isn't just a description of his face.
  • Interspecies Romance: He's a human who gets together with alien, but only temporarily. His European counterpart gets together with Lamb Chop.
  • Medium Awareness: He asks Southbird if the game is corrupted in the "Metadachi Life" video.
  • Motor Mouth: His smallness is complemented by a fast, high-pitched voice. If he's added to the European version, his voice is even faster when speaking Spanish, and the same goes for Japanese if he's added to that version.
  • Paper-Thin Disguise: He wears the same disguise as Clown when he goes on the roof, a mustache and sunglasses. Said sunglasses are regular sized, though, so he just has a big pair of sunglasses being worn above his tiny face. Princess Peach still does not recognize him.
  • Remember the New Guy?: Only in the SB Edits. Southbird doesn't show his arrival, instead first showing him during his rooftop meeting with Peach.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Vinny only feeds him small things.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: He gets his hair dyed white eventually.

Toad (Toad Mario)

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"HEEHHEEHAAHOOHEEE"

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  • Source: Super Mario Bros.
  • Debut: Episode 16
  • Birthday: September 11, 1991
  • Favorite Color: Dark Blue
  • Personality: Outgoing Entertainer
  • Creator: Ramon (Unknown)

Another resident of the Mushroom Kingdom. Appears to be living as a squatter in an abandoned apartment, and Vinny isn't doing much to help him out.

  • Adaptation Name Change: He didn't have a last name in his home series (though several individual Toads have the last initial T. in the Paper Mario games), but he's given the last name Mario here (which has only ever been given to the Mario Bros. themselves, such as in the Super Mario Bros. movie).
  • Black Bead Eyes: His circular eyes are the closest thing to the real Toad's eyes that the Mii Maker has.
  • Black Comedy: The original Toad is the butt of many of Vinny's jokes... and his Mii's creator set his birthday to September 11.
  • Catchphrase:
    • "HEEHEEHAAHOOHEEE" is his primary catchphrase.
    • When he's sad: "OOKKKAAAAYYYGHHH"
  • Cosmic Plaything: His poor treatment from Vinny was completely intentional. Hence his assimilation.
  • Cute, but Cacophonic: Vinny tries his best to capture the raspy voice that Toad is known for and also intentionally tried to give him annoying-sounding catchphrases.
  • Disposable Vagrant: He went from being one of the poorest islanders to being one of the Jahns' victims.
  • Does Not Like Spam: He hates flan and he doesn't like cherries.
  • Dub Name Change: His counterpart on Southbird's Japanese island is named Kinopio, which is what Toad has always been called in Japan.
  • Hobos: His apartment is an abandoned room with planks of wood and cardboard furniture, such as a "TV" that's actually a piece of wood that's been drawn on.
  • Mushroom Man: He comes from a race of mushroom people from the Super Mario Bros. series.
  • One Steve Limit: Averted. His last name is Mario even though he is not related to the Bootleg Mario Bros.
  • Perpetual Poverty: He lives in a wooden hut with cardboard furniture underneath a bridge, and Vinny has spent the least amount of money on him, staying at $0.30 for a while after he was added, and peaking at $9.70 around the time he got assimilated.
  • Production Throwback: Vinny has a tendency to joke about the real Toad's voice, so there's no shortage of that with this one, particularly with his catchphrases.
  • Remember the New Guy?: Only in the SB Edits. Southbird skips over his introduction scene, so the first we see of him is when he asks Vinny to look inside his stomach.
  • Ridiculously Cute Critter: He's a cute-looking mushroom person.
  • Too Much Information: In Southbird's "Metadachi Life" video, Southbird checks on him while he's depressed and he comments on Rule 34 of Two Faced, with Southbird assuming that's why he's depressed.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: He loves key lime pie, and he really likes fresh spring rolls.

Seabiscuit (Sea Biscuit)

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"Im Sea BisCUIT. My nickname is SeabisCUIT. My BIRTHDay is JUNE sIXtEENth."

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  • Source: Seabiscuit / Original character
  • Debut: Episode 16
  • Birthday: June 16, 1987
  • DS Birthday: April 4, 1994
  • Favorite Color: Light Green
  • Personality: Confident Go-Getter
  • DS Personality: Fun — Intense
  • DS Blood Type: A
  • Creator: Aubz (Unknown)
  • DS Creator: We-Steve (Weinerless Steve)

A talking anthropomorphic horse with the most broken-sounding voice imaginable.

  • AcCENT upon the Wrong SylLABle: Her speech is interspersed with abrupt spikes in pitch and volume, and it's painful for Vinny.
  • Age Lift:
    • Her original creator set her as a kid, but Vinny gives her a birth year that falls under the grown-up threshold.
    • Her Tomodachi Collection counterpart was born in 1994 instead of 1987.
  • Attention Whore: Rather, an attention horse, as shown by her catchphrase and her song. Her Totally Normal Island counterpart shares this trait, as she responds to Southbird's request for her to return to her apartment by sliding through the doorway, followed by nodding eagerly once she got there.
  • Catchphrase:
    • "Look at me! ioui" is her primary catchphrase. Vinny originally types "Look at me! kkkk" and changes it to avoid an unintentional KKK reference.
    • Her European counterpart says "Oh my goodness" for an unspecified emotion (either standard or happy, though her gesture is one the game intended for sadness).
    • When she's sad: "ythrr67regmolhrt"
  • Constantly Curious: While not easy to tell over her broken voice, she speaks in questions just like Cling On.
  • Does Not Like Spam: Her worst ever is space food and pancakes are her worst.
  • Dude Magnet: She somehow manages to be the first girl on the island to be a part of a love square. She had Groose, CD-i Link, and Gaben all confess to her at the same time (as well as Vinesauce earlier, before reality broke and everything was undone), but she ultimately went with Link. Now single again due to the Jahns' plot.
  • Fan Dumb: invoked Her song references people who spam the chat and beg for the streamers' attention, ignoring any requests to keep the chat going at a slow pace. Contrast Tucker, whose annoying trait is that he would do absolutely anything Vinny says regardless of the consequences, though this probably includes not being like Seabiscuit.
  • Furry Confusion: Vinny gives her a Rent-a-Cat Coupon, then comments on the concept of a horse having a pet cat.
  • Gender Flip: The real Seabiscuit is actually a stallion.
  • Hell Is That Noise: Her voice is completely broken. The audio for it spikes to ridiculous levels at random intervals. It actually causes Vinny pain sometimes. However, because the European version's speech-synthesis engine is harder to "break" (at least when the game is played in English), she has a normal-sounding voice on Southbird's European island.
    Seabiscuit: Phew. What a relief. THAnk you!
    Vinny: OH! Sorry for screaming, but Jesus, that actually really hurt my ears! Her saying thank you was so painful!
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Dheerse. Vinny claims they're the only people who can stand each other's voices.
  • Interspecies Romance:
    • She first gets together with Vinesauce (a human), but Isaac's reality warping nullifies this.
    • She's a horse who ends up with a Hylian, until the Jahns make their move.
    • During the Survivor Edition, she gets together with with Chef Gordon (a human). That is, until her removal.
  • Most Annoying Sound:
    • invoked While her voice doesn't hurt anyone's ears in Tomodachi Collection, Vinny still finds that version to have a worse voice.
    • invoked When giving a speech commemorating 400 problems being solved in Tomodachi Life, her voice doesn't feed back, but Vinny thinks it still ended up being worse.
      Vinny: Why did you give the microphone to her? Why would you... it's like fucking wet farts... being piped through... an ass microphone."
    • invoked Southbird acknowledged requests to imitate her Collection voice in the Japanese version of Life, which reuses its predecessor's voice synthesizer. His response was to change it temporarily while displaying the caption "I don't think any of you really want this."
  • Motor Mouth: She speaks very fast.
  • Named After Somebody Famous: It's possible she's just named Seabiscuit, given that she's nothing like the actual Seabiscuit. While most pre-established islanders have some connection to their "canon" counterparts, the connection between Seabiscuit the racehorse and Seabiscuit the islander is... vague. Namely, the latter is anthropomorphic, female, able to talk, and makes no references to being a racehorse (other than one offhand comment when Vinny voiced her in Episode 18). She was likely just added so there could be a horse of some kind on the island.
  • Petting Zoo People: Vinny points out she is a Deconstruction of this trope. Trying to make a horse more human results in a speech impediment.
  • Rouge Angles of Satin: She was accidentally named "Seapiscuit" in the first Japanese episode.
  • Speech-Impaired Animal: Vinny points out that teaching a horse how to speak English didn't produce the best results, leading to her annoying voice. In the Tomodachi Collection corruption stream, her voice when speaking Japanese is fast-paced, high-pitched, and oddly sing-songy.
  • Take That, Audience!: Her song "Horsing Around" and her catch phrase are this towards people in the chat who demand attention from the streamers on Vinesauce.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Red chili peppers are her super all-time favorite. She also likes potato chips.
  • Who Needs Their Whole Body?: At one point, in the corrupted version of Tomodachi Collection, her head was separated and on the floor with the rest of her body still moving and functioning as normal. She was even able to eat steak and have it travel to her digestive system, and still feel her back as it was being scratched.
  • Yank the Dog's Chain: Every time she gets with someone, it doesn't last. When she accepts Vinesauce's Love Confession, the dimensional split undoes it. When she gets together with CD-i Link, he gets assimilated by the Jahns a good while later. Finally, when she and Chef Gordon begin dating, she gets evicted the next episode.

DK (Donkey Kong)

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"I have a short temper. SO WHAT? WANNA FIGHT ABOUT IT?!"

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  • Source: Donkey Kong
  • Debut: Episode 20
  • Birthday: March 4, 1981
  • Favorite Color: Brown
  • Personality: Outgoing Leader
  • Creator: nas (nasnumbers)

The eponymous ape of DK Island, who has swung his way to the neighboring Vineland Island.

  • Accidental Misnaming: While his "Dong" nickname is intentional, Vinny calling him "Dongley Knog" is because of a typo made during Quirky Questions.
  • Adaptational Villainy: The Donkey Kong in Donkey Kong Country and Donkey Kong 64 was heroic, while the Donkey Kong in Donkey Kong and Donkey Kong '94 (who later became Cranky Kong) was essentially a scared animal outside his natural habitat. This Donkey Kong, on the other hand, is an easily angered devil-worshiper who stole the girlfriend of one of the nicer islanders. He later ended up being friends with Bowser, who in contrast ended up being subject to Adaptational Heroism.
  • Backstabbing the Alpha Bitch: During the first round of the Battle Royale, he KOs Two Faced twice, spelling her doom later on.
  • The Cameo: Vinny fights his Mii in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS.
  • Casual Kink: During a round of Judgment Bay, after contradicting a past round of Quirky Questions by choosing Jesus over Satan, he is shown to prefer blowjobs over handjobs. The fact that his girlfriend is (or was) a girl with two faces is never brought up.
  • Catchphrase: "Oooh, banana" (the "oooh" is pronounced "oowah") is his primary catchphrase. His European counterpart shares it and it's pronounced "Ooh-esh, banana" when the language setting is set to French.
  • Chronic Backstabbing Disorder: Tempted Two Faced into cheating on Walrus, then helped kill her during the Battle Royale.
  • The Corrupter: Tried to tempt Jesus by setting him up with Jack & Jill, but the two didn't hit it off.
  • Dirty Coward: During the David Bowie special, he sends Bowser to reject Clown Lady for him, rather than doing it himself, implying he's either this or a Lazy Bum.
  • Dissonant Serenity: Manages to calmly greet Vinny in Episode 55... while being extremely angry at Isaac. Vinny is concerned by it.
  • Does Not Like Spam: He despises clotted cream and he doesn't like candy corn.
  • Embarrassing Nickname:
    • Vinny calls him "Dong" for short.
    • Accidentally called "Dongley Knog" once by Vinny during Quirky Questions.
  • Et Tu, Brute?: By Episode 54, he seemed to be the only one still loyal to Two Faced after she had alienated the others. In her moment of need, he pegs her with a springboard, knocking her off the stage and contributing to her deletion.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: Implied to be just as unnerved as the rest of the islanders when the Jahns begin invading and controlling Vinny. In Episode 49, he's seen standing on the beach, looking more troubled than usual.
  • Face–Heel Turn: He eventually develops into a homewrecker for Walrus and Two Faced's relationship. It ends up hurting Walrus so badly, that even Vinny feels bad for him, and wants to help Walrus get back at Donkey Kong. This may be because his best friend is Bowser.
  • Face Plant: He fell down twice in a row when Vinny was skimming the apartments. He almost fell a third time.
  • Foil: While Walrus is kind, loyal, patient, and unfairly dumped upon, DK is an evil, backstabbing, short-fused Karma Houdini. In particular, the former once said that he considers losing one's temper to be pointless, while the latter is easily angered and snapped at Vinny while mentioning this.
  • Gonk: He's got a weird-looking Mii.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: He considers himself to have a short temper and actually snaps at Vinny when telling him about it.
  • Hollywood Satanism: He reveals in Quirky Questions that he can't stand Jesus. Vinny takes this to mean he's a Satanist. However, he is not part of the Satanic handjob cult that includes Isaac, Pinkle, and an unidentified Jahn.
  • In-Series Nickname: Vinny frequently calls him "Dong" because of the "Expand Dong" meme, which uses cropped Donkey Kong 64 box art.
  • Jerkass: After he gets together with Two Faced, Vinny comes to the conclusion that since Donkey Kong knows he's in a video game and knows what would upset Vinny the most, this was a calculated effort to piss Vinny off. In the David Bowie special, he completely blows off Clown Lady twice — and even sends Bowser to tell her he's not interested instead of saying it to her face the second time.
  • Lazy Bum: It's either this or Dirty Coward as the reason he sent Bowser to reject Clown Lady for him in the David Bowie special. Even though that timeline got replaced, it certainly didn't do his reputation any favors.
  • Long-Lost Relative: He claims Southbird is his father on the Totally Normal Island. Southbird interpreted this as a Stealth Insult.
  • Medium Awareness:
    • Donkey Kong is the only islander aware that he's in a video game (although Hamburger is as well, though in Dimension One it took a lot longer for this to be revealed). He often spends his nights sitting on the beach, meditating upon his own existence. In Episode 32, Vinny initially interprets Donkey Kong's thoughts about pyramids as being about conspiracies, but Vinny finds himself agreeing with a viewer comment adding that the pyramid is a polygon, and that it indicates that he's thinking about how he's in a video game. This takes a darker turn when it becomes evident that he knows about Vinny's mind control-induced antics in Episode 49.
      "He knows."
    • In Southbird's "Metadachi Life" video, he says that the game "started [his] feels" and Southbird says it did for many.
  • Mirror Self: His European counterpart is shown to have little in common with the Vineland Island version of him, as he once spontaneously exclaimed "World peace!" when being interviewed for a news report and works as part of SB Eurolan's police force.
  • Old-Timey Bathing Suit: His banana outfit resembles a yellow one-piece swimsuit when it's worn with the hood down.
  • Stalker Without a Crush: He's seen peering into the café late at night when nobody else is around.
    Vinny: "Dong in the window."
  • The Starscream: Assisted in defeating Two Faced in the Battle Royale, despite being just as evil as her, if not more so.
  • Talking Animal: Unlike the actual DK, he speaks perfect English. He also lacks the speech problems of most of the island's other talking animals.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Vinny rarely feeds him anything other than bananas. His super all-time favorite, however, is bubble tea, and Vinny eventually discovered that he's a big fan of s'mores.
  • Treehouse of Fun: DK's apartment resembles one, and it's absolutely perfect for him, considering where he lives in his own games.

Banana Smile

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"Nah...nah..."

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  • Source: In-joke (Vinny's Luigi X Waluigi playthrough)
  • Debut: Episode 20
  • Birthday: June 23, 1988
  • Favorite Color: Yellow
  • Personality: Outgoing Charmer
  • Creator: nas (nasnumbers)

An incredibly creepy banana with a wide grin and cannibalistic tendencies. She is married to Little Mac. Unlike the other food-based islanders, she is not an original character, but rather exists due to a bizarre translation choice in a visual novel Vinny played.

  • Arch-Enemy: Vinny mentions that she and Broccoli are sworn enemies. Although, Broccoli seems to like bananas and even asked for one.
  • Burning with Anger: She appears to be surrounded by fire when she gets in a huge fight with Big Face.
  • Catchphrase:
    • "Nah...nah.." is her primary catchphrase.
    • When she's happy: "Bananoramamamama"
    • When she's mad: "Bananot happy."
  • Depending on the Artist: Either a creep in a banana suit, or an actual creepy banana.
  • Does Not Like Spam: Her worst is frozen yogurt and her worst ever is spaghetti peperoncino.
  • A Dog Named "Dog": She's a banana... who smiles constantly. That is, unless she's actually a Mario Sister.
  • Gonk: More creepy-looking than ugly, but is still notable for her unusually "tall" face, to the point where certain hats obscure her eyes.
  • I'm a Humanitarian: She's a cannibal and will eat the bananas that Vinny feeds her.
  • Interspecies Romance: She's a banana who gets together with a human.
  • Limited Wardrobe: For a long time, Vinny only gave her yellow clothes, or outfits that counted as "banana-ish". In the very last episode, Vinny gives Banana a purple dress. Despite giving her rubber waders in a past episode, he announces this as the first time she's had a completely non-banana outfit. Vinny made a similar mistake with Witch's wardrobe in the same episode.
  • Overused Copycat Character: Episode 50 reveals that she's the final lost Mario Brother. The jury is still out if that makes her a Mario sister.
  • Phrase Catcher: Vinny used to sometimes say "Suspicious banana smile" when she was onscreen. This is a reference to the "banana smile is very suspicious" quote in Luigi X Waluigi.
  • Production Throwback: She's a reference to Vinny's playthrough of Luigi X Waluigi; specifically, a scene in that game that featured Luigi saying something about a "banana smile" being suspicious while Waluigi bares a suspicious grin akin to the one this character is known for.
  • Rouge Angles of Satin: Southbird accidentally named her "Panana" in the first Japanese episode.
  • Slasher Smile: She's got a constant grin.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Vinny only feeds her bananas. Her actual all-time favorite and super all-time favorite are Buffalo wings and fried tofu, respectively.
  • Your Days Are Numbered: During the David Bowie special, Vinny implies that she could be vanishing soon due to the fungus infecting real-life banana plants, which ended up affecting supplies.

David Bowie

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"Let's dance together in space."

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  • Source: Real person (David Bowie)
  • Debut: Episode 20
  • Birthday: January 8, 1947
  • Favorite Color: White
  • Personality: Easygoing Dreamer
  • Creator: A (Unknown)

The famous singer, who appeared to have bought a summer home on Vineland Island.

  • Attending Your Own Funeral: Apparently heard about the real Bowie's death via television. Thankfully, he confused it for a horror movie.
  • Catchphrase:
    • When he's happy: "Funk to funky"
    • When he's mad: "Under pressure" ("Let's dance" before a game crash).
  • Charity Motivation Song: His song was made as a victory song for how much money the Vinesauce charity stream made.
  • Concept Album: While on Vineland Island, he began work on Ziggy Sawdust, a sad album about pirates.
  • Cool Boat: He had an apartment that looks like a pirate ship. It wasn't actually one, though.
  • Cool Old Guy: He was the oldest person on Vineland by far (at 69 years old), and his coolness is self-explanatory.
  • Crossdresser: Although unlike his real-life counterpart, this David Bowie didn't like it. He was later given other outfits.
  • Dedication: Episode 56 was streamed on January 17, 2016, out of respect for the actual David Bowie's death on January 10. Vinny releases his Mii in the episode after asking viewers if he should do so. His Mii gets released not just once, but twice, thanks to timeline shenanigans.
  • Does Not Like Spam: His worst was cheese.
  • Dressed to Plunder: The whole pirate phase really got to him.
  • Freaky Is Cool: He's a crossdresser who lived in a mad scientist laboratory.
  • Glam Rock: The real David Bowie was a glam rocker, though his Mii's song sounds more like J-pop than anything.
  • Lost in Character: He became so preoccupied with his sad pirate album that he ends up dressing like a pirate, living in a pirate ship apartment, and hanging out with sad people. He stops the phase in Episode 55, only to move to an Arabian genie theme. It didn't last thanks to him being released, though.
  • Mad Scientist: Lived in a mad scientist lab. Vinny wouldn't be surprised if the real David Bowie made his music in the same sort of place.
  • Only Friend: It amazes Vinny that Sponge only has one friend, and that friend happens to be David Bowie. And then he wants to be friends with Pretzel, the other Bootleg Mario Brother.
  • Permanently Missable Content: His QR Code, due to a combination of being added via a Mii Maker code and Vinny releasing him without making a Tomodachi Life code.
  • Released to Elsewhere: He was specifically stated to have been "released" from this island, rather than evicted, killed, or any other term Vinny usually uses.
  • Sleeps with Everyone but You: Episode 56 had a Quirky Questions session that revealed that he slept with every islander present except for Little Mac.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: The chat insisted it was loco moco. How they got this idea is unclear, because Vinny never made a QR Code of him and they weren't confusing Vinny's Mii with the replica on TV Tropes (which doesn't have loco moco as either his all-time or super all-time favorite). (After Vinny closed and reopened the game without saving, it turned out he actually hates it, though it isn't his worst or worst ever.)
  • Using You All Along: Vinny believed that the only reason Bowie wanted to be friends with Sponge and Pretzel was because he was writing a sad album about pirates, and Bowie was too happy of a guy to write it, so he used Sponge and Pretzel's depression as inspiration for his music.
  • Waxing Lyrical: All of his catchphrases were lyrics from his songs.

HOTDOG (Hot Doggerson)

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"Would you like to see a funny face I've been working on?"

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  • Source: Original character
  • Debut: Episode 20
  • Birthday: July 4, 1992
  • Favorite Color: Red
  • Personality: Confident Brainiac
  • Creator: Goodguy (goodguy3)

An anthropomorphic hot dog. For unknown reasons, he's green instead of red. He's also very boring.

HOTDOG is a Walking Spoiler.

  • Anthropomorphic Food: He's a hot dog, as the name says. His greenness baffles Vinny.
    Vinny: "Why is HOTDOG green again?"
  • Back for the Dead: He returns in Episode 47 and is assimilated in Episode 48.
  • Back from the Dead: He's back in Dimension Two, and he's brought backup. And at least one part of that backup (or maybe the original one) ended up in Dimension One in time for Episode 47.
  • Bold Inflation: His nickname is written in all caps. Due to a quirk in the text-to-speech engine, this results in the game spelling his name instead of saying it normally.
  • Boring Insult: Vinny frequently calls him boring, and says he tends to forget about him. During a Vinesauce Miitopia stream, after Vinny is called out by someone in the chat for applying the "most boring" label to Witch and Waluigi, with the viewer citing that couple's long-lasting and stable marriage, Vinny retracts his statement by saying the most boring was HOTDOG.
  • The Bus Came Back: Returns in Episode 47 after a long absence, although with comically little fanfare.
  • Came Back Wrong: Inverted. His post-revival costume looks a lot more like a hot dog than his green one.
  • Does Not Like Spam: He hates Peking duck and really hates tiramisu.
  • Eyeless Face: All he has is a tiny mouth, which makes it pretty hard for him to make funny faces. The fact that his "funny face" is so unimpressive had a lot to do with his deletion, and was the last thing he ever did before he temporarily came back. Unlike Lamb Chop and Wii Fit Trainer with their oddly placed eyes, eyes don't show up at all when he's shocked, so it's unclear where they are.
  • I'm a Humanitarian: Corn dogs are one of his favorite foods. The same food was also first sold soon after he was removed and it's been interpreted by at least one piece of art as being made from his remains.
  • Insistent Terminology: The game suggests that HOTDOG moved away. Vinny insists that he's dead.
  • Internal Retcon: He's brought back in Episode 47, but Vinny doesn't even bring up the fact that he was gone, treating HOTDOG like he's always been there and never left. In the SB Edits, there is an announcement from Vinesauce saying Skelorita never existed, and HOTDOG was here from the beginning.
  • Killed Off for Real: Vinny decides he doesn't like him an episode after he added him, kills him, and replaces him with Dolan. Unlike the removal of Bonzi and Dolan, Vinny insists that he died rather than merely moving away. The episode after he's killed, corn dogs become available for purchase at the store.
  • A Lizard Named "Liz": He's a hot dog named Hot Doggerson.
  • Motor Mouth: Has some of the fastest speech in the game.
  • No Pronunciation Guide: Inverted; his name looks like it's simply pronounced "HOTDOG" when it's actually spelled out.
  • Out of Focus: What little time he had on the island was spent sitting in the background. Vinny almost forgot he added him.
  • Ret Gone: After his removal, the only trace left of him was Lamb Chop's hot dog costume. He briefly blinked into existence in Episode 47, and Vinny acted as if he never left.
  • Send in the Clones: The Dimension Two island is overrun with HOTDOGs.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Fudge and corn dogs (his own kind).
  • Unexplained Recovery: Comes back in Episode 47 with no comment from Vinny.
  • Un-person: Inverted during his brief return in Episode 47. Despite being absent for several episodes, Vinny acted like he was never gone.
  • Walking Spoiler: It's pretty hard to talk about him without saying that he was evicted, came back and convinced Vinny that he's always been there, and then was assimilated. Less than other examples, however, as his spoilers don't really have an effect on the overall plot.

    Introduced in Episodes 21 to 26 

Dolan Duk

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"Nice meme."

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  • Source: Dolan
  • Debut: Episode 22
  • Birthday: May 23, 1989
  • DS Birthday: May 4, 1987
  • Favorite Color: Dark Blue
  • Personality: Confident Adventurer
  • DS Personality: Dry — Active
  • DS Blood Type: AB
  • Creator: mike (Unknown)
  • DS Creator: We-Steve (Weinerless Steve)

A bastardized version of Donald Duck. Vinny added him on a whim, and quickly grows to hate him.

  • Age Lift: His Tomodachi Collection counterpart is about two years older.
  • Burning with Anger: He appears to be on fire during his feud with Balegdah.
  • The Bus Came Back: Apparently living in a corrupted version of Tomodachi Collection with fellow evictee Bonzi. May count as a Bus Crash for the same reason as Bonzi.
  • Catchphrase: When he's mad: "Nice meme." It's pronounced "Nice mem" in-game.
  • Crossdresser: Technically. His outfit is classified as a dress, although it just looks like a long shirt.
  • Felony Misdemeanor: What was the ultimate cause of Vinny kicking Dolan out in Episode 38? Telling Vinny his desire for everyone on the island to become friends.
    Vinny: Friends? YOU'RE OUT!
  • Get Out!: Vinny threw him out in Episode 38 after he expressed a desire for everyone on the island to become friends.
  • Hypocrite: He expresses a desire for everyone on the island to become friends, despite not putting much effort into making any of his own. Before that, he wasn't getting along well with everyone he met and only had a couple of friends.
  • Iconic Outfit: His sailor dress. Vinny is not allowing him to change out of it, even if he asks for new clothes.
  • Permanently Missable Content: We'll never have access to him as he appeared on Vinny's copy, as Vinny added him via a Mii Maker QR Code and never made a code for this game specifically.
  • Petting Zoo People: He's an anthropomorphic duck.
  • Production Throwback: Vinny's duck-like Angrish from other streams was often compared to Dolan before he was added to his copy of Tomodachi Life.
  • Put on a Bus to Hell: Vinny, who dislikes memes, became tired of having Dolan as an islander. Eventually, Vinny snapped and removed him out of frustration. However, he was not killed; he merely moved out of Vineland Island.
  • Replacement Scrappy: invoked HOTDOG, whom Dolan replaced, was disliked by Vinny. By the time Episode 22 wrapped up, Dolan had eclipsed that hatred.
  • The Rival: After a heated argument over which of their memes is funnier, he and Balegdah two have a Super Saiyan style fight.
  • Running Gag: Vinny threatens to kill him every time the two meet, only to not bother.
  • Sitcom Arch-Nemesis: invoked Vinny wants him off the island simply for being what he considers a Discredited Meme.
  • Status Quo Is God: Despite Vinny's threats, Dolan has survived for months unharmed, apparently never to be deleted until Vinny snaps in Episode 38.
  • Your Days Are Numbered: Whenever Vinny visits Dolan, he just talks about how Dolan was a mistake and how he's going to purge him from the island sometime soon. He follows through in Episode 38.

Bowser (King Koopa)

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"I don't let anything get in my way."

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  • Source: Super Mario Bros.
  • Debut: Episode 26
  • Birthday: August 27, 1976
  • Favorite Color: Red
  • Personality: Confident Go-Getter
  • Creator: nas (nasnumbers)

The villainous leader of the Koopas, who just can't seem to leave Princess Peach alone. He's arrived on Vineland island to bide his time and kidnap Peach. Again.

  • Adaptational Heroism: Bowser has always leaned towards not being villainous (Go-Karting with Bowser exists for a reason), but this Bowser manages to be very non-threatening, and is friendly to a point of naivety. However, this didn't stop him from being friends with Donkey Kong, who was subject to Adaptational Villainy.
  • Age Lift: He was in his late 30s when Vinny added him, but in Yoshi's Island the original appears to be only slightly older than Mario (whose age was given as being between 24 and 25 by Shigeru Miyamoto).
  • Badass Baritone: He has a deep, slow voice.
  • Catchphrase:
    • "Graahhmple Skilt" is his primary catchphrase.
    • When he's happy: "BRRAAAAPPPPPP"
  • Dinosaurs Are Dragons: To give him his signature reptilian look, he wears a dinosaur suit.
  • Determinator: He's listed as having a go-getter personality. More like go-get-her, as he's once again trying to kidnap Peach. Maybe.
  • Does Not Like Spam: He hates paella and doesn't like PB&J.
  • Dub Name Change: Like Toad (but unlike Groose), his name is changed to match Bowser's Japanese name, Koopa, when he's on Southbird's Japanese island.
  • Evil Sounds Deep: Despite being far from the most evil islander.
  • Fiery Redhead: He has red hair, and is strong and hot-blooded.
  • Go-Karting with Bowser: He and Peach do ballet together.
  • Gonk: And you thought Donkey Kong looked weird.
  • Haunted House: Lives in a haunted apartment similar to CD-i Link's.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Living in peace on the island seems to have calmed his evil ways. Rather than trying to kidnap Peach, he takes ballet with her. He even jokes with Waluigi about why Luigi is taller than Mario.
  • Hidden Depths: He philosophizes with Vinny about what he'd look at today if the world went dark tomorrow.
  • Horrible Judge of Character: Despite being friendly and good-natured in this incarnation, his best friend is Donkey Kong, one of the most aggressive and horrible islanders. He even goes in DK's stead to reject Clown Lady without a second thought.
  • Odd Friendship: While there are many examples of this on the island, Vinny takes particular note of Bowser making friends with Tingle of all people. He also gets on friendly terms with Peach, despite their relationship in their home series. Then there's his best friendship with Donkey Kong, which is what happens when Adaptational Heroism and Adaptational Villainy team up.
  • Punch-Clock Villain: He seems to be just hanging out on the island for now, but it's only a matter of time before he goes after Peach again. Eventually Peach decided to befriend him first.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: He loves crackers and he really likes tomato juice.
  • Unwitting Pawn: Donkey Kong takes advantage of his loyalty so that he doesn't have to reject Clown Lady in person.

Kenny (Kenny Broman)

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"Duck, I miss you..."

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  • Source: The Walking Dead video games
  • Debut: Episode 26
  • Birthday: April 3, 1972
  • Favorite Color: Dark Green
  • Personality: Confident Adventurer
  • Creator: Tiny-Dancer (Unknown)

A survivor of the zombie apocalypse, Kenny has escaped the mainland and wound up on Vineland Island, safe from zombies, but still surrounded by freaks.

  • Adaptation Name Change: His last name isn't "Broman" in the Walking Dead games.
  • Badass Mustache: A zombie apocalypse survivor with a swell mustache to go along with it.
  • Big Eater: He is best friends with Gordon Ramsay, and his girlfriend is a hamburger, so it's clear that food is on his mind often. Justified because he's a zombie apocalypse survivor, which means he didn't get much food back then.
  • Catchphrase:
    • "Duck, I miss you" is his primary catchphrase. It tends to catch Vinny off guard whenever he says it.
    • When he's happy: "Walkers!"
  • Celebrity Resemblance: He once claimed that he often gets mistaken for George Bush, which surprised Clown Lady.
  • Does Not Like Spam: Macadamia nuts are his worst and Peking duck is his worst ever.
  • Fairy Companion: He was one to Wario when he transformed into a Magical Boy and gave out the advice of washing your hands after washing your hands.
  • Interspecies Romance: He's a human who gets together with an anthropomorphic hamburger.
  • Phrase Catcher: Vinny often says "Aw hell" in a Southern accent upon seeing him.
  • Production Throwback: Vinny added him after playing The Walking Dead.
  • Retired Badass: One of his dreams takes place 50 years later. While noticeably older, he is very much alive after surviving the zombie apocalypse.
  • Shell-Shocked Veteran: He has occasional flashbacks to his time during the zombie apocalypse, and Vinny attributes his inability to become friends with David Bowie to that becoming part of their introductory conversation. He forgets them soon after.
  • Spared by the Adaptation: In The Walking Dead game, Kenny died in Episode 5 of Season 1, something Vinny addresses after moving him in. Subverted when it was revealed that Kenny survived into Season 2, and then possibly double subverted with the fact that he can die in several of the endings to Season 2.
  • Summer Campy: His apartment resembles a camp.
  • Survivor Guilt: Duck's death was very hard on him. He can't even bear to eat meat from the bird of the same name, as seen with his strong dislike of Peking duck.
  • Thousand-Yard Stare: Whenever he's having a flashback.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: His all-time favorite is apple juice and his super all-time favorite is broccoli.

Big Face (Ms. Ginormous Frontal Face)

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"Big deal..."

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  • Source: Original character
  • Debut: Episode 26
  • Birthday: October 31, 1987
  • Favorite Color: Red
  • Personality: Independent Artist
  • Creator: Nicocation (Aisho-2525)

The polar opposite to Small Face. A somewhat tall, elderly-looking woman with, as her name implies, a massive face.

  • Big Ol' Eyebrows: She has large eyebrows to fit with the rest of her huge face.
  • Burning with Anger: She appears to be on fire during her huge fight with Banana.
  • Catchphrase:
    • "Big bpoty." (pronounced "big ba-potty") is her primary catchphrase. It was supposed to be "Big booty", but Vinny never corrects his typo and ends up quoting it, sometimes during unrelated streams.
    • In Episode 28, she was given "Big deal..." for when she's sad. This was undone when the game crashed later that day.
  • Constantly Curious: Her voice is presumably what Cling On would sound like after inhaling sulfur hexafluoride.
  • Distaff Counterpart: She and Small Face both have abnormally sized faces and voice pitches corresponding to them.
  • Does Not Like Spam: She melts upon drinking apple juice and also really hates milkshakes.
  • Gonk: Definitely in the running for gonkest looking person on the island.
  • In-Series Nickname: Vinny also calls her Large Face and Huge Face.
  • Name-Face Name: Both her full name and her nickname reference her huge face.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: Unlike Small Face's name, Big Face is just a nickname. Her real name is much longer, but mostly means the same thing.
  • Overly Long Name: Her real name consists of four words and manages to not be too long for the in-game character limits.
  • Never Lend to a Friend: Out of nowhere, she asks Vinny for $30.59 without explaining why. He gives it to her and then Isaac crashes the game. Rumors abound about the link between the events.
  • Rouge Angles of Satin: "Bpoty" is a typo that the game somehow manages to pronounce.
  • Shaped Like Itself: Ms. Ginormous "Big Face" Frontal Face does indeed have a very large face.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Crepes are her super all-time favorite and sweet-and-sour pork is her all-time favorite.
  • Vocal Dissonance: Despite being female, she's got an incredibly deep voice. It's almost as deep as Wario's, and sometimes it cracks like Seabiscuit's.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Has dark sky-blue hair.

Jesus Christ

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"Time rewound, so profound, but all was forgiven by ya boi JJJJJJJJJesus, still livin."

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  • Source: Jesus
  • Debut: Episode 26
  • Birthday: December 25, 1981
  • DS Birthday: December 25, 1980
  • Favorite Color: Brown
  • Personality: Easygoing Dreamer
  • DS Personality: Fun — Shiny
  • DS Blood Type: O
  • Creator: Unlisted (Unknown)
  • DS Creator: We-Steve (Weinerless Steve)

It's Jesus Christ, walking the earth again. His arrival on Vineland Island, of all places, means that the island might hold some holy significance.

  • Adaptation Name Change: His counterpart in Tomodachi Collection is named (JJJJ)Jesus Crust.
  • Age Lift: His year of birth is off by about 1,980 years, though this is simply so Vinny could make him 33. The December 25 date probably isn't accurate, either. His Tomodachi Collection counterpart was born a year earlier.
  • Amazingly Embarrassing Parents: His father, God, apparently feels the need to yell at Jesus from the heavens for hanging out with a chef.
  • Ancient Grome: Vinny gives him an interior that looks like ancient Greek ruins.
  • Badass Beard: He's Jesus, after all.
  • The Cameo: His Mii appears alongside Miis of The Beatles as part of the Fighting Mii Team in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS.
  • Catchphrase: His primary catchphrase is "I forgive you."
  • Chaste Hero: Had no interest in romance with Jack & Jill. Unexpectedly subverted when he interrupts Vinesauce's Love Confession to Cling On.
  • Does Not Like Spam: His worst ever is gingerbread cake and his worst is risotto.
  • Everyone Is Jesus in Purgatory: Invoked. Vinny briefly talks about taking everything Jesus does as symbolic.
  • Flat-Earth Atheist: Despite being the son of God, he doesn't really care much for the guy. He'd rather get stoned.
  • Forgiveness: Unsurprisingly, a pretty major part of his character. He even declares it the meaning of life once:
    "I think I finally have this life thing figured out. [beat] I forgive you."
  • The Fourth Wall Will Not Protect You: Crashes Vinny's 3DS when Satan starts edging in on his forgiveness turf.
  • God Is Evil: Throws a temper tantrum in Episode 54 that splits the timeline (again) because he can't stand the thought of Satan being nicer than him.
  • Hypocritical Humor: When given the choice of himself or Satan, he chooses Satan.
  • It's All About Me: When he discovers that Satan is starting to forgive people in Episode 54, he loses his temper and undoes the entire day. It's only when Satan goes back to his usual ways that Jesus calms down.
  • Jesus Was Way Cool
    • In Tomodachi Life, he's a rapper and an all around laid-back and friendly dude. He is also into sports, as he owns a basketball jersey and a soccer ball.
    • Several islanders have expressed a fondness for him, and Ben commented you never hear bad rumors about him.
    • In Southbird's "Metadachi Life" video, Wario accuses Southbird of questioning him and is upset by it.
  • Knight of Cerebus: His appearance drove Donkey Kong to Satanism, and lead Walrus and Sponge to seek forgiveness for their sins. He also admits to causing the timeline split, with his adherent Isaac as the catalyst.
  • No Pronunciation Guide: Inverted; his name isn't pronounced as it looks to most English speakers. The game at first pronounces his name as the Spanish pronunciation of Jesus, "Hay-Zoos." Vinny fiddles with it, and now he's "J-j-j-j-j-j-jezzus." Jesus himself shortens it significantly while rapping.
  • Pretty Fly for a White Guy: He, like Witch and Waluigi, is also a rapper.
  • Realistic Diction Is Unrealistic: Subverted, as his name is often stuttered, often meaning it's part of the standard pronunciation.
  • Reality Warper: Episode 54 reveals that Jesus has the ability to crash the game like Isaac. The difference is that Isaac can only freeze the game and send Vinny back to the home menu. Jesus can crash the entire system, though it's possible he needs Isaac's power to do it, as Isaac was the referee in the game of football that was happening at the time.
  • The Stoner: Believe it or not, he smokes more than Snoop and gets the whole island in on it.
  • Symbolism: Vinny takes everything that Jesus says or does as being somehow symbolic. The islanders don't seem to care either way, however, and one instance of deep thoughts only received the response of CD-i Link scratching his butt while the two were hanging out.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: He goes to space after eating rice. He also breakdances after eating macaroni and cheese.
  • White Void Room: He initially shares Sponge's tastes in apartment decoration. Vinny later gives him a room that resembles ancient Roman ruins.

Wii Fit Trainer

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"Work those glute!"

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  • Source: Wii Fit
  • Debut: Episode 26
  • Birthday: September 27, 1988
  • Favorite Color: Light Blue
  • Personality: Confident Go-Getter
  • Creator: nas (nasnumbers)

The creepy female fitness instructor who oversaw many people's attempts to lose weight in Wii Fit, somehow ended up in Super Smash Bros., and then became a Vineland Island resident.

  • Bare Your Midriff: Wears a yoga outfit.
  • Big Eater: Stuffs her face with junk food at every opportunity. Does not appear to lose her figure for it.
  • Catchphrase:
    • When she's happy: "Work those glute"
    • When she's angry: "Get fuhcked."
  • Does Not Like Shoes: Goes barefoot in her yoga outfit.
  • Does Not Like Spam: Ironically enough, she hates broccoli. She's also no fan of habanero peppers.
  • Eyeless Face: Not that it stops her from seeing. (Like Lamb Chop's, they're actually behind her nose.)
  • Hollywood Pudgy: Accidentally invoked. Vinny intended for her to get fatter the more junk food she ate, but editing restrictions made it impossible to alter her weight in the editor.
  • Kill and Replace: After her deletion, Vinny notices her empty apartment (not remembering what happened before) and moves a Jahn in. Whether this counts as assimilation is up for debate.
  • No Pronunciation Guide: Inverted; Nintendo's made the pronunciation of the Wii's name clear and "trainer" is a real word, but her nickname ("WiiTrainer") is pronounced "Wee-eye Trainer".
  • Opposites Attract: She's a fitness trainer, yet she's attracted to Wario, a fat slob (at least in his own games).
  • Really Gets Around: She apparently has a massive supply of condoms hidden in her apartment.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Smoothies are her super all-time favorite and meatballs are her all-time favorite.
  • The Unapologetic: When Walrus tried apologizing to her over a petty argument, she immediately kicked him out and never looked back.

Jack & Jill (Jack Jill)

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"Remember kids, only you can prevent burnt marshmallows."

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  • Source: Original character
  • Debut: Episode 26
  • Birthday: October 30, 1982
  • Favorite Color: Red
  • Personality: Independent Artist
  • Creator: Roarke (The-Mantyke)

Some kind of conjoined twin with one mind. The top part of the head is female, Jill, and the bottom half is male, Jack.

  • Ambiguous Gender: Invoked by Vinny, who calls the two "them" or "it". However, they're treated as female in-game because Miis have to have a set gender.
  • And I Must Scream: Jack, given he has no control over his body. Jill alone chooses what to say, what to eat, and generally what to do.
  • Catchphrase:
    • Their primary catchphrase is "Kilp me." This isn't a typo; the word filter blocked the proper spelling.
    • When they're happy: "Went up the hill"
  • Conjoined Twins: In ways that shouldn't even be possible.
  • Dead Person Impersonation: A particularly strange-looking Jehn (and possibly a Jahn as well) tried passing themselves off as them in Episode 50, but were discovered and deleted quickly.
  • Eyes Always Shut: Jack appears to always be sleeping.
  • Fairy Companion: They appear as a fairy accompanying the main character of a Superhero dream.
  • Heavy Sleeper: Jack tends to sleep all the time, since he really can't do much else.
  • Gonk: Up to Eleven.
  • Magical Girl: Appears as one in a dream, followed by Vinny giving them the dress worn in the dream. Unfortunately, the dream and dress only happen in Dimension Two and don't reappear in Dimension One.
  • Non-Indicative Name: Post-assimilation, they're named "Jahn & Jehn". However, only Jill appears to have been assimilated.
  • Not Afraid to Die: Implied when, during Quirky Questions, they don't answer when asked if they're afraid of "the end". "The end" for them was being assimilated in a unique way.
  • Permanently Missable Content: No Tomodachi Life QR Code will ever exist because their Mii was added via a Mii Maker QR Code and Vinny evicted them without making a code for this game specifically.
  • Remember the New Guy?: Inverted; the SB Edit lumps their addition to the island with the other islanders introduced that day, but in the actual stream, they were added near the end because of issues with the QR Code. Thus, they don't participate in anything that happens in Episode 26.

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