Characters in Drawn Together

Characters in Drawn Together

List of characters appearing in the animated series "Drawn Together".

Main characters

Captain Hero

A chauvinistic, perverted and lecherous parody of Superman (and other superheroes), with a visual style taken from the cartoons of Bruce Timm and Max Fleischer. Most of his humor revolves around his perverse sexual tastes, his tendency toward violence, or his stupidity; there is also a running joke in which he is heavily suggested to be gay. Among reality TV archetypes, he represents the macho egotist. He is voiced by Jess Harnell.

Foxxy Love

A sharp-tongued parody of Valerie Brown from "Josie and the Pussycats", she is a promiscuous mystery-solving musician. Most of her humor revolves around her promiscuity or her unsophisticated manner of speech; she is often used to poke fun at black stereotypes. Among reality show archetypes, she represents the sassy black woman, often acting as the voice of reason among the cast members (or "the only one in the house who isn't completely retarded"). She is voiced by Cree Summer.


A homicidal spoof of Pikachu from the Pokémon franchise, who battles using various supernatural powers/abilities and speaks in pseudo-Japanese gibberish (or Japorean, as Ling-Ling's voice Abbey McBride calls it) with English subtitles. Most of his humor revolves around his sociopathic desires or his difficulty assimilating into American culture; he is often used to poke fun at Asian stereotypes. Among reality show archetypes, he represents the culture shocked foreigner. He is voiced by Abbey McBride.

Princess Clara

A pampered, hyper-religious, and often racist princess who is a parody of Disney princesses like Ariel from "The Little Mermaid" and Belle from "Beauty and the Beast". Most of her humor revolves around her racism, her gullibility, or her extreme religious views. Among reality show archetypes, she represents the sheltered rich girl. She is voiced by Tara Strong.

panky Ham

A sex-obsessed, obnoxious parody of Internet Flash cartoon characters. Most of his humor revolves around his crudeness. Among reality show archetypes, he represents the crude party animal. He is voiced by Adam Carolla.

Toot Braunstein

An overweight sex symbol from the 1920s who demands to be the center of attention, cuts herself with razor blades when depressed, and often instigates conflict in the house. Based on Betty Boop. Most of her humor revolves around her unattractiveness (especially her weight), her gluttony, or her psychotic nature. Among reality show archetypes, she represents the manipulative bitch. She is voiced by Tara Strong.

Wooldoor Sockbat

A bizarre children's show character in the mold of SpongeBob SquarePants and Stimpy, with many of the typical reality-defying behaviors of Looney Tunes characters. Most of his humor revolves around his childlike innocence, his happy-go-lucky nature, or his general strangeness; he is often used to assume a variety of professions to fit the needs of the scene. Among reality show archetypes, he represents the attention-starved weirdo. He is voiced by James Arnold Taylor.

Xandir P. Wifflebottom

A parody of video game heroes like Link from the "The Legend of Zelda" series. Most of his humor revolves around his homosexuality or his sensitivity; he is often used to poke fun at gay stereotypes. Among reality show archetypes, he represents the token gay participant and the sensitive new age guy. He is voiced by Jack Plotnick.

Recurring characters

The Jew Producer

First appearance: The One Wherein There Is a Big Twist
*Voiced by James Arnold Taylor. Also known as "Mr. Jew Producer." He is sometimes the villain of the show. He looks like a man in a suit, except with a speaker where his head should be; this is a gag on the fact that prior to his first physical appearance (in The One Wherein There Is a Big Twist), he was only heard as a voice on the intercom, the speaker of which looks like his head. He is in charge of the reality show, and owns the house. He calls the housemates via intercom to inform them of reality show challenges and can be contacted when they need him. He openly admits that he sometimes edits the show in order to produce something more exciting, a practice to which both Foxxy and Toot strongly object. In The One Wherein There Is a Big Twist, after the housemates demand a material prize of some sort, he disguises himself as Bucky Bucks (a parody of Richie Rich and Donald Trump) to give them that challenge. After the contest is over, he reveals that it was all a hoax, and then rips off his mask to reveal his true identity. In The One Wherein There Is a Big Twist, Part II, he makes the housemates bow down to his penis in a game of Simon Says to allow them to return to the newly rebuilt house after they destroyed it. He hosted The Drawn Together Clip Show, promising that at the end, one of the housemates would be crowned winner of "Drawn Together"; however, at the end he announced that the viewer was the winner. In the third season episode American Idol Parody Clip Show, vocals from backstage indicate he kills two stagehands, then himself. He is not seen after this point. In the same episode, he mentions that he was burned in a horrible accident which explains why he has a speaker on his head.


First appearance: Clara's Dirty Little Secret
* Voiced by Jess Harnell.When Clara was young, her Evil Stepmother put a curse on Clara's vagina, causing it to turn into a hideous, tentacled (and male) monster known as the Octopussoir. Despite its frightening appearance (which makes nearly everyone vomit if they kiss it), the Octopussoir is actually quite kind, only attacking people when it is frightened by loud noises or provoked in some fashion. When the housemates first found out about it in Clara's Dirty Little Secret, they wanted to kill it, but came to accept it once they realized how kind it was. Still, Clara never got over the stigma she felt not having a normal vagina, so she got rid of it through plastic surgery in Alzheimer's That Ends Well. She eventually reconsidered, but when she tried to get the procedure reversed, Octopussoir told her that he had moved on, having completed college and married a 38-year-old Jewish woman, and was quite happy in his new life. Octopussoir returns to its original, non-anthropomorphic form (and a part of Clara again) in American Idol Parody Clip Show during Clara and Foxxy's new-scaled rendition of "La La La La Labia."


First appearance: The Other Cousin
*Voiced by Sarah Silverman. Bleh is Clara's mentally retarded cousin, her condition being the result of her mother drinking while she was pregnant. She has to wear a football helmet to protect her head, her eyes point in different directions, and she gapes vacantly. Her arms are held in a way which suggest cerebral palsy, and she has to wear corrective shoes; in one scene she is shown to have six toes on her right foot. However she is impossibly attractive, to the point which Spanky calls her "retarded hot." Her speech consists almost solely of blurbs taken from critical reviews of the film "I Am Sam"; she makes a harsh braying sound when excited or distressed, and is prone to drooling. She sleeps in a pet carrier, and had a short-lived relationship with Captain Hero, with neither of them realizing that the other entered into the relationship to win a bet. She possesses the ability to count cards, as evidenced in Ghostesses in the Slot Machine; this ability was inspired by Dustin Hoffman's character in "Rain Man". Bleh's name is a reference to "The Facts of Life", a reference to how Blair's handicapped cousin pronounced Blair's name. She can also catch thrown objects without looking, as a reference the films "Awakenings" and "The Boy Who Could Fly"..


First appearance: The Other Cousin
*Voiced by Jess Harnell. Jun-Jee is Ling-Ling's father. Just as Ling-Ling is based on Pikachu, Jun-Jee seems to be based on Raichu, the older, evolved form of Pikachu. The creators revealed in the DVD commentary to The Other Cousin that his name is Jun-Jee, named after Jun Song and Jee Choe from Big Brother IV; however it was not until Season Three's Freaks & Greeks that the character's name was identified in the show. (Jun-Jee is heard saying "Jun-Jee" during his dialogue in The Other Cousin, but as he is speaking Ling-Ling's language, it is not clear he is referring to his name.) Freaks & Greeks also reveals that Jun-Jee is extremely wealthy, and that his vision is significantly impaired because of cataracts, a fact which hampers his ability to enjoy one of his favorite hobbies, karaoke.

Relationship with Ling-Ling

Ling-Ling's father made his debut in The Other Cousin. In that episode, Ling-Ling was very disappointed upon not receiving a visit from his father, whom he had not seen in a long time. However, Xandir, Toot, and Wooldoor felt sorry for the little guy, were able to find Ling-Ling's father for him, and father and son were promptly reunited, only to see Jun-Jee express bitter disappointment at seeing his son being part of a reality show with "other losers". He later appeared in the form of an answering machine message in Clum Babies, where he informed Ling-Ling of the arranged battle to Ni-Pul. In The Other Cousin, he spoke in Ling-Ling's language, but in each of his subsequent appearances he speaks English. He used to be a great battle monster like Ling-Ling, but eventually retired and started a dry cleaning business, in which he coined the classic phrase "No Ticky, No Washy!". Like Ling-Ling, he secretes a hallucinogenic drug when disappointed.

In the past, Jun-Jee had a tendency to miss important events in his son's life. He also disapproves of Ling-Ling's lifestyle, feeling that Ling-Ling battles too much and needs to settle down and find one monster to battle with. Despite all this, he and his son share an obvious bond with each other.

In Clum Babies, Jun-Jee indicates he is still married to Ling-Ling's mother, but he is single by the time he makes his next appearance in Freaks & Greeks; whether he is widowed or divorced is not mentioned. In that episode, he falls in love with and marries Toot, though he grows to regret the union when he realizes she only wants him for his money. The situation also causes a rift between him and Ling-Ling, though this rift is repaired by episode's end. At the end of the episode, after saying that outer space makes Asians gay ("that only explanation for George Takei"), he teleports out in a heart with Hikaru Sulu.


Physically, just like Ling-Ling looks like Pikachu Jun-Jee looks like an ancient version of Raichu, the evolved form of Pikachu, indicating that Ling-Ling will one day evolve or grow up into a monster similar to Jun-Jee. He has circle marks on his back, and part of his ear has been bitten off. His fur is wrinkled and he has a Fu Manchu moustache. Unlike Ling-Ling, who appears to have three fingers, it appears that Jun-Jee has four fingers, though this may be associated with evolution. His tail is just like Ling-Ling's, but more like Pikachu. His rough appearance may be due to his many years of battling.

The King

First appearance: Dirty Pranking No. 2
*Voiced by Jonathan Kimmel. The King is Clara's father, and the source of all her bigoted beliefs. Just as Clara is based somewhat on Ariel from "The Little Mermaid", the King seems to be based on Ariel's father King Triton. He originally disliked Spanky Ham, but became friends with him after Spanky taught Clara how to laugh and have fun. He drives a carriage, sometimes while drunk (which, according to Clara's Evil Stepmother, is the reason Clara's mother is no longer around). His favorite activity is watching strippers, whose activities he always refers to as "the ballet"; in fact, his preoccupation with strippers made his relationship with Clara an emotionally distant one, since he always spent more time with strippers than he did with his daughter. In Ghostesses in the Slot Machine, Clara takes up the profession to try to win his affection; though her efforts are initially unsuccessful, the King eventually tells Clara (and Foxxy) that he loves her after watching his daughter simulate lesbian sex with Foxxy on stage. He appears to have an incestuous interest in his daughter; in addition to being eager to see her strip (mentioned above), in Dirty Pranking No. 2 he gives her a kiss that seems passionate rather than familial. He makes cameo appearances in The Drawn Together Clip Show and Freaks & Greeks. His real name has not yet been revealed on the show. (Note: This character is not to be confused with the King of Insurance, a completely separate character from Foxxy vs. the Board of Education.)

The Sockbats

First appearance: The One Wherein There Is a Big Twist, Part II
*The Sockbats are Wooldoor's people, who were largely wiped out in a holocaust by the Sweetcakes, who took to eating the Sockbats in the midst of a famine and ever since have been obsessed with cooking and eating Sockbats. Since that time, the ones who survived have become proficient in making pornography, creating the popular "Sockbats Gone Wild" video series. It is unknown how many Sockbats are still around, but all of Wooldoor's immediate family seem to be deceased. Often, as a joke, Sockbats will be inserted into the backgrounds of certain scenes (usually those taking place away from the house) as extras. Several were in attendance at The Drawn Together Clip Show.

Edward Goldberg

:"Edward Goldberg redirects here. For the marine chemist, see Edward D. Goldberg."First appearance: Foxxy vs. the Board of Education
*Voiced by Jess Harnell. Mr. Goldberg is a figure whom the show trots out any time a Jewish stereotype is needed (an example of the Jewish tradition of often scathingly self-deprecating humour - see Jewish humor). He has appeared in three episodes to date: he is the Orthodox Jew who "poisons" the well in Foxxy vs. the Board of Education, the homeless person Wooldoor's uses as a cadaver in Terms of Endearment, and the bizarre villain Señor Eskimo Goldberg in Captain Girl. All of Mr. Goldberg's appearances are of the random variety; no real continuity has been established for his character, as in the show's world he exists solely as a caricature rather than an actual living person.

teve from Long Island

First appearance: Clum Babies
* Voiced by James Arnold Taylor. In his first appearance in Clum Babies, Steve is referred to as "Ling-Ling's lame friend Steve"; however, when he reappeared in Mexican't Buy Me Love, he is considered one of the Cool Kids despite the fact his personality is essentially the same. However, this may be because it was Captain Hero who originally referred to him as lame, and Hero would later be judged not to be cool himself. He was killed along with the rest of the characters during Bob The Cucumber's rampage, he was assuminly resurrected by Wooldoor after he is finished masturbating. Little has been revealed of Steve's background other than the fact that he is a regular clubgoer who has a past friendship with Ling-Ling. In his second appearance, however, he does not interact with Ling-Ling at any point, and their friendship is not mentioned. It is also "revealed" that Steve has a third arm, but this is obviously just a gag. Steve also makes a cameo appearance as an audience member in The Drawn Together Clip Show. In the recent episode Charlotte's Web of Lies, an actor is dressed like Steve and has a musical number in "Drawn Together: The Musical". He is always seen wearing a green shirt with diagonal stripes, white pants, and sunglasses. Steve's personality is very laid-back, and he is often seen with one or two female companions in tow. His last name has not yet been revealed.

Judge Fudge

First appearance: The Lemon-AIDS Walk
*Voiced by James Arnold Taylor. Judge Fudge, as his name would imply, is a square of fudge who fights crime and serves as a judge. He has his own TV series, "The Judge Fudge Adventure Power Hour", a parody of '70s blaxploitation films and courtroom TV shows. He also has his own theme song, "The Judge Fudge Theme", a funk/soul song which plays whenever he makes an appearance. Unfortunately, he never seems to have time to do anything, because as he always explains in his catchphrase, "I'm far too busy "being delicious"." He is revealed in The Lemon-AIDS Walk to be a steroid user, and in The Drawn Together Clip Show, the Jew Producer reveals that he was last year's "Drawn Together" winner (although he admits he hasn't had time to enjoy his victory, as he's been far too busy being delicious). Usually, Judge Fudge's appearances are quick cameos designed strictly to be gags, but in N.R.A.y RAY, he finally plays an active role in a story when he is the judge who presides over Foxxy's trial. He doesn't render a verdict, however, for the usual reason. For the premiere of the second half of Season Three, a six-episode series webtoon of Judge Fudge can be simultaneously viewed on Comedy Central's [ website]

ignificant guest characters

Some other characters who have appeared in only one episode but play a significant role in the series. ("Note: Some of these characters had cameo appearances as audience members in the second season finale, "The Drawn Together Clip Show", and the series finale, "American Idol Parody Clip Show". This section only counts their appearances as active characters in the story.")

Clara's stepmother

*Voiced by Cree Summer. From the episode Clara's Dirty Little Secret, she married Clara's father after Clara's mother died in a carriage accident caused by her father. She then put a curse on Clara's vagina for reasons unknown, causing it to turn into a hideous, tentacled monster (see "Octopussoir" above). There is at first a great deal of tension between her and Clara; however, after telling Clara the truth about her mother, they patch up their differences. She then tells Clara she can break the curse by finding her true love; Clara appears to do so, but instead of ridding her of the Octopussoir, it turns Prince Charming's own genitalia into a monster. She is a spoof of the wicked stepmother from fairy tales, and is based visually on Lady Tremaine from Disney's "Cinderella". She also acts and sounds like a stereo-typical Jewish Mother.

Xandir's girlfriend

*Voiced by Cree Summer. From the episode Gay Bash, she is based on Princess Zelda, and was Xandir's girlfriend before he came out of the closet. The evil Lord Slashstab (who is based on Venger from the animated version of "Dungeons and Dragons" or Ganon from "Legend of Zelda") used to capture her for no reason, leading to Xandir's neverending quest to save her. She seems to be a terrible homophobe, refusing to allow Xandir to rescue her once he informs her he is gay, even though at the time she was being lowered into a pit of megacobras in Lord Slashstab's castle. One of her closest friends was Ms. Pac-Man.

trawberry Sweetcake

*Voiced by Cree Summer. From the episode The One Wherein There Is a Big Twist, Part II, Strawberry Sweetcake, a parody of the Strawberry Shortcake dolls, became a new housemate when it appeared Wooldoor was dead (though he wasn't). Though she looked like a child, she was actually 18 years old. This pleased both Spanky Ham and Captain Hero considerably (a reference to Lolita complex), Captain Hero even remarking, "Here's to the teeniest ass you can tap without setting off an AMBER Alert." After Wooldoor returned to the house, he revealed that her people, the Sweetcakes, used to live peacefully with Wooldoor's people, the Sockbats. After a while, a great famine swept the lands. The Sweetcakes tagged the innocent Sockbats and fooled them into manual labor. Eventually, they turned the Sockbats into candy(a reference to the Holocaust, and a parody of the film "Soylent Green"). Strawberry Sweetcake assured the housemates that it was all in the past, and they believed her, with the exception of Foxxy, who attempted to find out the truth about Sweetcake, but ended up being captured. Sweetcake then attempted to cook Wooldoor, but Foxxy managed to get free and expose her plan. After threatening the housemates with violence if they got in her way, Sweetcake ended up being eaten by Toot.

Board of Education

*Voiced by Chris Edgerly. From the episode Foxxy vs. the Board of Education, the Board of Education, an anthropomorphic wooden board, is a racist educator who runs a scam whereby he conspires with manufacturers of bling to keep blacks from getting an education in order to keep them dumb enough to buy flashy jewelry and frivolous luxury items. He does not look kindly on blacks who hire other people (mainly Asians) to take their tests for them. (He does not have a problem with non-blacks doing this, however.) He deals with people looking to ruin his plans by using a lever and a trap door to drop the person into a pit with either some of his goons or a horrible monster (based on the Rancor from ""). His most devious plan involved grape-flavored mentholated pencils, but he was foiled by Foxxy Love and wound up being arrested and beaten. His name and identity are a play on the phrase "board of education"; his character is a parody of The Bill from "Schoolhouse Rock!".

Unusually Flexible Girl

*Voiced by Tara Strong. From the episode Captain Hero's Marriage Pact, Unusually Flexible Girl (usually referred to as UFG) is a female superhero with the ability to bend and stretch her body in all kinds of unusual ways. Though she shares this ability with several other superheroes, her character is most directly a parody of Elastigirl from "The Incredibles". When UFG was Captain Hero's girlfriend back in Superhero University, the two of them made a pact to get married if they were both still single by the time they were both thirty years old. She visits Captain Hero one day, and in the middle of having sex, she informs him that it is her 30th birthday, and the pact still stands. Fearing that UFG is crazy and delusional, Hero refuses to marry her. Desperate not to die alone, she agrees to marry Wooldoor. She casts Wooldoor aside when she realizes Hero wants her again, but finally Wooldoor and Captain Hero decide that neither of them really wants her. UFG realizes how mean they are being to her and becomes hysterical. While Wooldoor and Hero are trying to calm her down, Toot and Clara, who were building a potato gun, accidentally shoot UFG in the face, killing her. Wooldoor and Captain Hero, both holding one of her hands, realize that her worst fear was avoided: she didn't die alone. UFG's mother's name is Unusually Jewish Woman. Her costume resembles that of a green version of Power Girl's costume. She is aroused when Captain Hero urinates on her, suggesting she is urolagniac.

The Foxxy Five

*All voiced by Cree Summer. From the episode Captain Hero's Marriage Pact. The Foxxy Five (a parody of Josie and the Pussycats and the Jackson 5) are Foxxy Love's old band from the '80s. The members are all African-American women in matching orange hotpants, boots, cutoff shirts, and baseball caps, with visible G-strings and fox ears and tails. In addition to Foxxy Love (tambourine and lead vocals), the band includes Foxxy Phat (an obese guitarist), Foxxy Dark (a drummer who has darker skin than the others and wears at least 7 neck rings), Foxxy Yella (lighter skin, bass guitar), and Lil' Foxxy (keyboardist, appears to be about seven or eight, though she can probably be assumed to be older). They had a single hit song ("La-la-la-la Labia") before disbanding due to artistic differences (aka vicious catfights). Foxxy Love's attempt to rejoin her old band for a reunion tour ended disastrously when her bandmates were run over by a drunk driver, who turned out to be Foxxy herself. Foxxy's song about the event, "Crashy Smashy Die Die Die", which featured a video in which she dances on the graves of her bandmates, was a hit until her bandmates - as barely alive hood ornaments of their band's van - publicly reappeared as the Foxxy Four, showing her to be a fraud. They then added insult to injury by recording a hit song of their own, "Drunk Ass Bitch".

Bob the Cucumber

*Voiced by James Arnold Taylor. From the episode Clum Babies, Bob and his associate Larry the Tomato are members of the VeggieFables, parodies of the "VeggieTales". Bob and Larry specifically parody the two lead "VeggieTales" characters Bob the Tomato and Larry the Cucumber—the names are simply reversed. An insane religious fanatic, Bob snaps after being told that the Bible is flexible and open to interpretation, and goes on a killing spree which wipes out the entire cast except for Wooldoor. After Wooldoor's clum baby cures Bob of his psychosis, Bob kills himself in remorse. In addition to being a "VeggieTales" parody, Bob's character also satirizes conservative Christians (specifically fundamentalists) and religious extremists. Also, in the Season 2 finale, several clips are shown, one of which is of Bob the Cucumber's breakdown and rampage. On all of these clips, the "original air date" appears on the bottom of the screen. The date for Bob's psychotic killing spree is April 20, 1999, a reference to the Columbine High School Massacre.


*Voiced by Cree Summer. From the episode Clum Babies, Ni-Pul is a purple cat-like battle monster with whom Ling-Ling's father paired Ling-Ling in an "arranged battle". Though Ling-Ling adamantly opposed the pairing, he changed his mind when he saw Ni-Pul, falling in love with her at first sight. The two were in love and battled often, but eventually the constant battling lost its novelty, and Ni-Pul became visibly less interested in battling Ling-Ling. When Ling-Ling confronted her about how the passion had gone from their relationship, Ni-Pul suggested that they reinvigorate the relationship by dropping the battle metaphor and simply having sex. Ling-Ling agreed to it, and they happily spent the rest of the episode fooling around until Bob the Cucumber killed them both during his mad shooting spree. She appears to have been revived by Wooldoor's clum babies. It is not known, however, whether she and Ling-Ling are still romantically involved with each other. Her name is a pun on the word "nipple."

uper Nanny

*Voiced by Cree Summer. From the episode Super Nanny, the British Super Nanny is a strict disciplinarian with the power to make even the most unruly children behave themselves. She always responds to what she deems poor behavior by sternly proclaiming, "Unasseptable!" (parodying Jo Frost's pronunciation). She then will usually punish her charges by forcing them to sit quietly on a stool which she calls the "naughty stool"; typically she administers this punishment by merely saying "Naughty stool!" while pointing angrily at said stool. Captain Hero, believing her to be his foe because of her name, once acted out on purpose so that the housemates would summon her to the house so he could challenge her. She quickly showed him who was boss, however, disciplining Hero the same way she disciplines the children she watches. After stranding Hero and several other superheroes on the naughty stool, Super Nanny then used an army of super-disciplined children to try to take over the White House, but after being foiled by Captain Hero, the children turned against her and tore her to shreds. Her character is a direct parody of the British reality television personality of the same name; however, she seems more to be mocking the British nanny stereotype and methods rather than Supernanny herself.


*Voiced by Debi Mae West. From the episode Alzheimer's That Ends Well, Vajoana replaced Octopussoir after Clara had plastic surgery to get rid of it. After every operation, Clara would find some tiny flaw in her new vagina and then force Wooldoor to operate again. Finally, after Wooldoor performed the maximum amount of plastic surgery that was possible, Clara ended up with a vagina which looked (and talked) like Joan Rivers, even spouting some of her catchphrases, such as "Who are you wearing? Who are you wearing?" and "Can we talk?". Clara tried to get Octopussoir back, but he informed her he had moved on and was no longer interested in being Clara's vagina any longer. Clara decided Vajoana was too much of a burden to bear, so she tried to check her into a nursing home. At the nursing home, however, Clara found the senior citizens trying to kill the rest of the gang, so Clara made the seniors laugh themselves to death with Vajoana's old jokes from her stand-up comedy act. Soon after this, Clara chose to accept her Vajoana like she did her Octopussoir, a task made easier by the realization that she could make Vajoana stop talking by using a tampon.

The Terminator

*Voiced by Jess Harnell. From the episode Wooldoor Sockbat's Giggle-Wiggle Funny Tickle Non-Traditional Progressive Multicultural Roundtable!, the Terminator is a humanoid robot who was sent back in time to kill Wooldoor. In that episode, Wooldoor gets his own children's show which eventually turns the entire world gay. To ensure the preservation of humanity, the last few remaining straight people create the Terminator and send him back in time to kill Wooldoor and prevent his show from hitting the air. He is seemingly blown up when Wooldoor plants dynamite on the Wienermobile he is chasing him with, but after the explosion, his still-living skeleton rises from the ashes. He aims his weapon at Wooldoor, but is talked out of finishing the deed by Captain Hero, who reminds him that if he kills Wooldoor and prevents the Gay Future from taking place, he will prevent himself from existing as well. His character is based on the title character in the movie "The Terminator"; however, he also serves as a more general parody of the movie's star Arnold Schwarzenegger. He and Captain Hero bond over their shared love of vaginas. Despite Hero's insistence they are both 100% strictly heterosexual, their relationship contains decidedly homosexual overtones.

Captain She-Ro

*Voiced by Cree Summer. From the episode Unrestrainable Trainable, Captain She-Ro is the sister of Captain Hero. She looks like a slightly more feminine version of her brother, possessing the same build as Captain Hero as well as same hair color and facial structure; the main differences are that she has slightly softer eyes, and her hair is longer and tied in a ponytail. She is the mother of Captain Hero's son, a giant with a developmental impairment, a situation which came about when she purchased sperm from a sperm bank, not knowing the donor was her brother. She states that she moved to Earth from planet Zebulon to be closer to Trader Joe's. It is not revealed whether She-Ro is older or younger than her brother (given the story of Captain Hero's origins given in Little Orphan Hero, it is impossible for them to be twins, despite their similarities in appearance). Like Captain Hero, She-Ro possesses the ability to fly; though it is probable she possesses several other powers, this is her only specific superpower that is mentioned. Her name is somewhat similar to that of She-Ra, a character who was also introduced into a fictional universe as the sister of a pre-existing superhero - He-Man.
(Her name is not to be confused with the insult "she-ro" Toot called Captain Hero in Super Nanny).

Captain Hero's son

*Voiced by James Arnold Taylor. From the episode Unrestrainable Trainable, Captain Hero's son, a developmentally impaired giant, is the result of accidental inbreeding. His mother is Captain Hero's sister (see "Captain She-Ro", above). He was born when his mother purchased sperm from a sperm bank, not realizing that the donor was her brother. The giant causes havoc everywhere without realizing he's doing so, and destroys most of the world when he hugs a nuclear bomb in the shape of Winnie-the-Pooh. Like most members of the Hero family, he possesses vestigial T-Rex arms, and sports a bowl haircut on his head. Hero attempts to integrate his son into society by going into the air conditioning repair business with him, a profession in which the boy actually shows some skill, at least when he isn't unwittingly killing or maiming his customers. His name is never mentioned.


*Voiced by Phil LaMarr. From the episode N.R.A.y RAY, Ray-Ray is the grandson of Foxxy Love. Ray-Ray was mentioned in Ghostesses in the Slot Machine and in Captain Girl, but did not actually appear on the show until N.R.A.y RAY. The first mentions of Ray-Ray implied him to be Foxxy's son, but he is eventually revealed to be Foxxy's grandson (unless Foxxy has both a son and a grandson named Ray-Ray). He is the son of Foxxy's son, and assuming all the Ray-Ray mentions are supposed to be referring to the same character, he was once under Foxxy's care, but was taken away by Child Services and placed with a family called the Jorgensons (who renamed him Raymond-Raymond). He eventually turns to a life of crime and burglarizes the Drawn Together house, stealing the household's television set. Foxxy catches him at this, but vows to protect him from the police by hiding him in the walls of the house. After she does this, Foxxy is arrested in his place, leaving Ray-Ray alone in the walls of the house with none of the other housemates knowing of his presence. He begins spying on the housemates and develops a crush on Toot Braunstein because of her large ass (referring to the stereotype of African-American men being attracted to women with large posteriors). He tries to show his love for Toot by giving her whatever she wishes for, but does so in the most extreme fashion possible; after Toot wishes Clara to be gone from the house, he murders Clara and hangs her body from the towel rack in the bathroom. When he sees that this action instead of pleasing Toot, actually horrifies her, he finally comes out of the wall and tells Toot that he loves her. Toot decides she loves him too, but upon walking downstairs together, they find the house being overrun by attacking deer. Ray-Ray and the other housemates hide from the deer by jumping inside Toot's rear end, leaving Toot alone again (though she is not alone for long, as immediately afterward, a boy named Mike Jerowski shows up at the house to ask her out, and they both run upstairs).

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