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Sector V

The main characters of the show, they are a division of a worldwide actually galactic organization known as the Kids Next Door. They are considered to be one of the best teams in the KND.


Numbuh 1

Numbuh One / Nigel Uno

  "Kids Next Door, battle stations!"

Numbuh 1

The leader of Sector V, an overworking agent who loves every minute of his job. He is widely considered one of the best of the best. However, his paranoia and stubbornness have gotten in the way of doing his job effectively at times. He is voiced by Benjamin Diskin.


Numbuh 2

Numbuh Two / Hoagie P. Gilligan Jr.thumb|link=File:Numbuh_2.jpg

 "Come to Numbuh Two!"

The team's technology expert who loves cracking bad jokes. As Sector V's technology officer, he designs many of the 2×4 technology the team uses In his off time he enjoys building and flying airplanes and solving mysteries at his school. Voiced by Benjamin Diskin.


Numbuh 3

Numbuh Three / Kuki Sanbanthumb|link=File:Numbuh_3.jpg

 "What do you think I am, an airhead or something?"

The team's medic, and the most feminine of the kids, a happy-go-lucky girl who loves Rainbow Monkeys. In battle, she specializes in diversionary tactics. She seems to have a lot of admirers, but her heart obviously belongs to a certain Aussie. Voiced by Lauren Tom.


Numbuh 4

Numbuh Four / Wallabee Beatles (Wally)
Numbuh 4

 "Right, first I'll be cleaning your adult-lovin' prissy little clocks..."

The team's combat specialist. He's incredibly lacking in book smarts, but his combat prowess more than makes up for it. In his off time, he competes in adult disapproved sports. Voiced by Dee Bradley Baker.


Numbuh 5

Numbuh Five / Abigail Lincoln (Abby)
Numbuh 5

 "I like it when things are too easy."

The team's second-in-command, she's the one that keeps a level head under all circumstances, even when everyone else loses it. In her spare time, she's a candy hunter, which brings her in conflict with her rival Heinrich and candy pirate Stickybeard. Voiced by Cree Summer.

 Numbuh Five: The last time Numbuh Five didn't help someone kidnapped by the Delightful Children, they did something she can't ever forgive!

Numbuh Four: What?! What did they do that was so bad?!

Numbuh One: ... They made me bald.

 Numbuh Five: Something just happened. It's as if million of gallons of ice cream just... disappeared.


Other KND Operatives

Numbuh 6

Numbuh Six / Bradley

A skunk that Numbuhs Two and Three took under their wing since "Operation: C.A.M.P.". After foiling Chester's plan of making a work camp out of an actual kid's camp, he is inducted into the Kids Next Door as an honorary member. After getting critically injured by Cree, Numbuh Two upgrades him into half-skunk, half-robot R.O.B.O.-B.R.A.D.L.E.Y. in "Operation: H.O.S.P.I.T.A.L.". He is voiced by Dee Bradley Baker.


Numbuh 60

Numbuh Sixty / Patton Drilovsky

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 "Numbuh Sixty reporting for duty!"

The boy in charge of training new recruits at Kids Next Door Artic Base, he cuts no slack with new recruits. He is voiced by Matt Levin.


Numbuh 65.3

Numbuh Sixty Five Point Three / Herbie

 "Sir, I needed those official orders signed seventy two point zero berger seconds ago"

A Kids Next Door desk operative who frequently delivers mission specs to Sector V. He works on the Moon Base. Voiced by Dee Bradley Baker.


Numbuh 74.329

Numbuh Seventy Four Point Three Two Nine

 "If you honor what your friends are fighting for, you'll make that sacrifice."

A high-ranking Kids Next Door scientist. His technology is what keeps the KND running. Voiced by Dave Wittenberg.


Numbuh 86

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Numbuh Eighty Six / Fanny Fulbright

 "Of all the stupid things in the stupid world of stupid people acting stupid, you boys are the stupidliest! It's like you're trying to win a stupid contest but you're too stupid to take a stupidity test!"

The former Head of Decommissioning and current Global Tactics Officer. She's a shrill girl with a particular intolerance for the male sex. But due to her behavior, she has next to no friends. Voiced by Jennifer Hale.

  • Action Girl
  • Berserk Button: Saying anything anti-feminist around her is a big No-No.
    • Also don't ever call her "Toots", as Numbuh 2 learned the hard way in "Operation: P.I.N.K.-E.Y.E."
  • Break the Haughty
  • Daddy's Little Villain: She's Mr. Boss' (who leads the bad guys) daughter, but she in turn is still one of the good guys' leaders. Does explain a lot though.
  • Does Not Like Men: AND HOW!
  • Fiery Redhead: Bordering on Evil Redhead.
  • Getting Crap Past the Radar / Stealth Pun: During "Operation: G.R.A.D.U.A.T.E.S." she was turned into a dog, resulting in a muttering of "Well that figures..." -- because she's a bitch, that's why.
  • Jerkass: Later went from Straw Feminist to a just plain jerk to everyone.
  • Little Miss Badass
  • Meaningful Name
    • Well, meaningful Numbuh, when you look at her rank: to be "eighty-sixed" is American slang for being thrown out, eliminated, or rejected (it's also used in restaurant lingo to mean that a menu item has run out and is no longer available)
    • Her first name is also meaningful, at least in the UK and Ireland where she is from. In the UK, "fanny" is a vulgar slang term for the female genitalia, another slang term for that part of the the body is "cunt" . "Cunt," in both UK and US slang, is also used to mean someone who is unpleasant (it's stronger than "bitch"), so combining that with Fanny's personality, and you have a Meaningful Name that somehow got past the censors -- at least the ones in the UK (in American English, "fanny" is one of many slang terms for the human buttocks and isn't considered obscene at all. Funny and a tad improper -- yes, but not obscene).
      • If you're willing to think deeper than her name could be meaningful in the US too. Another slang term for your butt is "ass", and that's even more commonly used to refer to an unpleasant person (similar to "bitch", once again).
  • The Medic: A flashback to Numbuh Five's second Mission shows 86 wearing hat with a cross and checking on the injured. How she went from a medic to head of decommissioning is not explained.
  • Never My Fault: Her introduction episode in which she never takes responsibility for her own blunders which wound up hampering Sector V's efforts for the mission. Thank karma kicked in when the spy she thought she she capture was actually an undercover agent (Number 362 in fact up) whose mission was ruined by 86 and get harshly chewed out for it (for added irony through out most of the episode she was putting down the boys in the group the most for any minor screw ups. End of the episode saw a girl doing this to her.)
  • Noodle Incident: According to a canon comic, whatever made her hate boys happened after she became an operative.
  • Slap Slap Kiss: With Numbuh Ninteenth Century.
  • Straw Feminist: Later became less of this and more flat-out unfriendly to everyone.
  • Too Dumb to Live: She's really dedicated to her job so much so that it blinds her to the most obvious points of logic such as in Operation E.N.D when she sent to capture and decommission Sector V based on the fact the computer says their turning 13. Numbuh One points out they're in the same age group, she and he even went to kindergardern together. But nope if the databanks says their teens it must be true! No point in questioning it.
  • Tsundere: A G-rated Asuka, really.
  • Unexplained Accent: If she's the daughter of Mr. Boss, where does her Irish accent come from? Apparently her mother, as revealed during her first slumber party (ever).


Numbuh 362

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Numbuh Three Sixty Two / Rachel T. McKenzie

 "As Kids Next Door Soopreme Leader, I hearby order you to... go long!"

Originally the top spy in the KND, she is now its current Soopreme Leader. Due to her busy and demanding job, she's often stressed, but at heart she stands stubbornly for the rights of kids everywhere, and if the situation arises she can be fun-loving too. Has grown to form a close friendship with Nigel Uno. Voiced by Rachael MacFarlane.


Villains

Father / Benedict Uno

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Father / Benedict Uno

 "Bravo, Mr. Uno. You managed to skillfully outwit a bunch of children. The question is, do you have what it takes to play with the big boys?"

The mysterious head villain, Father is a man who wears a suit of shadows and is skilled in very dark powers. He schemes to enslave all children and turn them into his twisted version of "delightful". But despite his dark and malicious appearance, sometimes all he wants to do is curl up in a bathrobe with some Rocky Road. He is voiced by Maurice LaMarche.


The Delightful Children from Down the Lane

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The Delightful Children from Down the Lane / Sector Z

 "Hello Kids Next Door. Perhaps you would like to try kicking our posteriors now?"

Father's eerie children, supposedly an adult's view of the "perfect" kids. They are educated, well-dressed and polite, but are somewhat uncivilized in their burning hatred for the Kids Next Door. They always appear clustered together, move as one and speak in perfect unison. They are voiced by Benjamin Diskin, Dee Bradley Baker, and Cree Summer.


Chad Dickson

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Chad Dickson / formerly Numbuh Two Seventy-Four

 "There was no way I was going to turn over everything I ever built, everything I ever worked for, to a bunch of snot-nosed kids!"

Former Soopreme Leader of the Kids Next Door idolized and loved by all, he turned evil the moment he turned thirteen. He then served as a high-ranking member of the Teen Ninjas, and lost all the respect he had to his name. Generally cocky and approving of himself, both before and after his betrayal. Voiced by Jason Harris.


Cree Lincoln

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Cree Lincoln/ formerly Numbuh Eleven

Numbuh Five's older sister and former Kids Next Door operative, skilled, cool and determined. Her relationship with her sister is very strained, but deep down they really do love each other. She is a high ranking member of the Teen Ninjas and Father's apprentice. Voiced by Cree Summer.


Mr. Boss

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Mr. Boss

 "So long, shrimp! I hope your friend likes Pluto!"

CEO of a big company and additionally the "leader" of the villains, he tends to lead them on cooperative missions. He hates all children... except his own. Voiced by Jeff Bennett.


Toiletnator

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Toiletnator

 "Kids Next Door, prepare to be flushed!"

The show's most pathetic villain. He gets no respect from the Kids Next Door or his fellow villains. Voiced by Dee Bradley Baker.


Stickybeard

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Stickybeard

A spirited candy pirate who loots and plunders candy from neighborhood children. He respects Numbuh Five and seeks her as an apprentice. Voiced by Mark Hamill.


Heinrich Von Marzipan

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Heinrich Von Marzipan

 "Ach, lipschen, I say so many things I do not mean. Like, ah, no more candy for me, or, who would like some of my lollipops!"

A former friend of Numbuh Five and current candy-hunting rival. He greedily seeks forbidden candy regardless of the consequences. Voiced by Dee Bradley Baker / Candi Milo.

  • Arch Enemy: To Numbuh Five.
  • Brought Down to Normal: Got turned into a chocolate monster that can turn anything he touches into chocolate. After Numbuh Five defeats him, the KND turns him back to normal.
  • Card-Carrying Villain
  • Gender Bender: In sacrificing his beauty, he switched genders. He's actually a girl.
  • Greed: Obsessed with getting candy and never sharing it, which usually leads to many of his downfalls.
  • Heel Face Turn
  • Homage: To Indiana Jones Nazi villains.
  • I Lied: As his quote indicates.
  • My Name Is Not Durwood: Numbuh Five calls him "Heinie".
  • Never My Fault: He does this a lot, such as in his first appearance where he blames Abby for tainting the candy with the taste of asparagus when she warned him before hand that being greedy will put that curse into effect. It's also his grudge for the Guatemala Incident as after he sacrificed his beauty due to yet another curse. He once more blamed Abby for not stopping him from eating his caramels and supposedly leaving him stuck in that state. Turns out she was trying to find a way to break the curse.
  • One-Winged Angel: In his first appearance after obtaining a jewel, he transforms into a monster with power of candy. Numbuh Five defeats him though. After falling into a chocolate volcano, he returned as a powerful monster who can turn things into chocolate by touching it. He was cured by the KND though.
  • Noodle Incident: Throughout the series he remains angry at Numbuh Five for "Guatemala". His last apperance reveals that he performed a ritual to get delicious caramel by sacrificing their best trait (in his case beauty) and blamed Numbuh Five for allowing it to happen.
  • Roaring Rampage of Revenge: When he returns after falling into a chocolate volcano, having been turned into a chocolate monster.
  • Serious Business: Like with Stickybeard, Candy is serious business.


Grandfather

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Grandfather

Father and Monty Uno/Numbuh Zero's father and an Evil Overlord who once ruled the entire planet. He's by far the most dangerous enemy the KND have every faced and makes Father look like a saint compared to him. Acted as the Big Bad in The Movie. Voiced by Neil Ross.

  • Abusive Parent: He's why Father is the way he is.
  • Badass: He succeeded in ruling the world twice.
  • Badass Grandpa: He defines this trope
  • Big Bad: Of The Movie.
  • Card-Carrying Villain: The first thing he says after being reawakened is to thank Father for "reawakening the pure evil" laying dormant within him.
  • Eldritch Abomination
  • Evil Overlord: Once ruled the world with an iron fist before Numbuh Zero betrayed and defeated him.
  • Eviler Than Thou: To literally every villain in the Rogues Gallery once they find out his plan to turn everyone that's ever been a kid into Senor Citizombies includes them. Father actually outright states that Grandfather is eviler than him before reviving him, calling him "The World's Most Ultimate Evil".
  • Expy: He seems to be partially based on Aku from Samurai Jack -- a black, shadowy monster who stands a couple stories tall in his natural state, can manipulate fire, and his very awakening pretty much spells doom for the whole world.
  • Faux Affably Evil: He's usually very polite and civil, but he's utterly evil and strikes his goals for solitude.
  • Fisher King: When he rules the world, he uses his Reality Warper abilities to convert into an old-style Crapsack World complete with child labor, Industral Era-style factories making tapioca pudding for him to eat.
  • Genre Savvy: Is smart enough to NOT underestimate Hope Springs Eternal and understands he hasn't really won until he's destroyed the Book of KND, which let Numbuh Zero defeat him the last time. And he also doesn't go out to find it until nearly the entire world is under his control and the Kids Next Door are all but destroyed.
  • Humanoid Abomination:
  • Large Ham: Is an even bigger ham than his son.
  • Laser-Guided Amnesia: Literally. Had his memory erased by Numbuh Zero using some kind of laser, reducing him to a harmless old man until he's "recommissioned" by Father. This actually seems to be the only way to defeat him, as all other attempts failed completely.
  • Morality Pet: Subverted. Monty Uno/Numbuh Zero seems to be this, as he does like him as his son and considers him the favorite...then tries to incinerate him when he turns on him without blinking an eye.
    • Actually he liked Zero more for the fact he was willing to stand up to him and give Grandfather something challenge.
  • Nigh Invulnerability: His reaction to getting crushed under the entire Kids Next Door Moonbase is to dust himself off and ask if they really thought that would work.
  • No Ontological Inertia: His defeat restores the world to normal.
  • Physical God: He's the single strongest villain in the series and is capable of surviving a direct hit from a Colony Drop without even a scratch. He can also 'age' the entire world at will.
  • Playing with Fire: Father gets it from him.
  • Rapid Aging: His primary ability is to age everything he touches, though not only does he age them rapidly, he turns them into his 'Senor Citizombie' minions.
  • Reality Warper: He's capable of changing the world as he sees fit, normally to a more "old time" look.
  • Super-Powered Evil Side: His human form is a harmless old man so long as his memories aren't restored.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Tapioca pudding, so much so that was one of the reasons he wanted to rule the earth.
  • Transformation Sequence: Unlike Father, who just grows his "shadow suit" back, Grandfather sucks in the shadows from everything in the room to form his after being reawakened in a much more eleborate fashion.
  • The Virus
  • Vile Villain Saccharine Show
  • "Well Done, Son" Guy: Done to Father, apparently not even reawakening him from his slumber earns his respect.
  • Citizombie Apocalypse


Other Characters

Lizzie

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Elizabeth Devine (Lizzie)

Numbuh One's demanding girlfriend. While she's quite clingy, she does genuinely care for Nigel, but his work for the Kids Next Door strains their relationship. Voiced by Grey DeLisle.

  • Badass Normal: Bonus points for not even being a KND Operative.
  • Characterization Marches On: In her first appearance, she brainwashed Nigel into being her obediant boyfriend and even tried to make him destroy to his friends. The KND fight back and Nigel is unbrainwashed, but the episode ends with Lizzie getting the date she wanted anyway. Later episodes more or less completely ignored her origin story, and considerably softened her character.
  • Clingy Jealous Girl
  • Day in The Limelight: "Operation: L.U.N.C.H."
  • Easily Forgiven: Apparently Nigel and the rest of Sector V had no hard feelings over the little matter of her having originally tried to Brainwash him. Though it's mostly just Numbuh One and Numbuh Three. Numbuh Two and Four openly dislike her, dreading any contact with her at all. They just don't verbalize it much due to fearing her bad temper (well, at least Numbuh Two fears her temper). Numbuh Five is tolerant of her at best.
  • Eye Glasses
  • I Want My Beloved to Be Happy: She and Numbuh One eventually break up when she realizes the world needs him more than she does, and that his first loyalty will always be to the Kids Next Door.
  • Lethal Chef
  • Let's Get Dangerous: When she's properly motivated (either by Numbuh One being in danger or her plans being interrupted one too many times), she's a mecha-commandeering force to be reckoned with.
  • The Load: On occasion.
  • Official Couple: Her and Numbuh One. They break up later, and actually she is the one who brought it up.
  • Palette Swap: She has the same character model as one of the Delightful Children From Down The Lane.
  • Tsundere: Type A and hard, sometimes dipping into Yandere'ish tendencies in her more extreme moods.


Tommy Gilligan

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Tommy Gilligan (The Tommy)

Numbuh Two's little brother, Tommy is an excitable child ready to fight adult tyranny. Unfortunatly, circumstances effectivly halted his KND career. He now fights solo as "The Tommy". Voiced by Dee Bradley Baker.

 Numbuh Five: "I work alone! I am The Tommy!" He is definitely your brother, Numbuh Two.


The Kid

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The Kid

A pilot in shades, The Kid is a rival pilot of Numbuh Two, and Numbuh Four's rival for Numbuh Three's affections. Voiced by Carlos Alazraqui.

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