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This is a character sheet for the Jim Jinkins's most well-known series, Doug, broadcasted on Nickelodeon and later, ABC (as "Disney's Doug", originally known as "Brand Spanking New Doug").

Douglas Yancey "Doug" Funnie.

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Voiced by Billy West (Nickelodeon), Thomas McHugh (Disney)


Porkchop

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"Voiced" by Fred Newman


Mosquito "Skeeter" Valentine

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Voiced by Fred Newman


Patti Mayonnaise

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Voiced by Constance Shulman


Roger Klotz

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Voiced by Billy West (Nickelodeon), Chris Phillips (Disney)


  • Anti Role Model: Was used as this in the Nick series, less so in the Disney series.
  • Billy West: In the Nickelodeon series.
  • The Bully
  • Catch Phrase: "Joeycookamonga!" At least this was it in the Disney version, although, he DID say it in "Doug's in the Money" for the first time and only time in the Nick series.
  • Evil Laugh
  • Gang of Bullies: His gang which consists of him, Boomer, Ned, and Willy
  • Hidden Depths: In "Doug Wears Tights," Roger demonstrates some surprisingly good dance skills. He actually played the Rat King in the town's amateur production of The Nutcracker.
  • Hopeless Suitor: Towards Judy in one episode, before he's turned off by her melodramatic "prediction" of their future and backs away. Becomes this to Beebe in the Disney series, trying to change his ways for her but ultimately failing miserably.
  • Jerkass: On most days.
  • Large Ham
  • Mr. Fanservice: Believe it or not, but he has a ton of fangirls.
  • Pet the Dog: He's gotten a couple of these moments.
  • Rags to Riches: The backstory on how Roger became rich. Which resulted in him becoming a...
    • Rich Bastard: Retooled into a male version of this trope in Disney's Doug. In the original series he was dirt poor and lived in a trailer.
  • Redheaded Bully
  • The Rival: Becomes this to Beebe Bluff in the Disney series, as both try to compete with each other to flaunt their wealth.
  • Screams Like a Little Girl
  • Troubled but Cute

Stinky

Beebe Bluff

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Voiced by the late Alice Playten


Judith Anastasia "Judy" Funnie

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Voiced by Becca Lish


Phil and Theda Funnie

Bud and Tippy Dink

Edwina Klotz

  • Good Parents: She's a nice lady who works her hardest to provide for herself and her son.
  • Rags to Riches: In the Disney series.
  • The Talk: Says she's way past due having this with Roger when she realizes he didn't know his own cat's gender!

Connie Benge

Chalky Studebaker

Al and Moo Sleech

  • Amazingly Embarrassing Parents: Played with. A lot of the kids think their dad's some sort of insane and amoral Mad Scientist that Al and Moo hardly try to deny, and in fact act afraid about any of the kids meeting him. However, when we meet the man he's... A donut maker. Granted he builds his own equipment, but hardly the sort who conducts 'strange experimentations.'
  • May-December Romance: Both have crushes on Judy.
  • The Smart Guys

Mayor (later Principal) Bob White

Lamarr Bone

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Voiced by Doug Preis


William "Bill" Bluff III

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Voiced by Doug Preis


  • American Accents: Dixie.
  • Big Bad: In The Movie.
  • Corrupt Corporate Executive: Moreso in the Disney episodes and movie.
  • Heel Face Turn: Whenever he's in a more villainous role (namely Doug's Christmas Story and the movie), he always turns around at the end and does the right thing.
  • Hot Dad: Admit it!
  • Knight Templar / Well-Intentioned Extremist: In "Doug's Christmas Story".
  • Lantern Jaw of Justice: While the "Justice" part varies, he's got a pretty impressive chin.
  • One Judge to Rule Them All: In Doug's New School. After Principal (formerly Mayor) White holds a contest to name said new school, Mr. Bluff names it the "Beebe Bluff Middle School" after his daughter, making the whole contest (and conflict of the episode) pointless.
  • Papa Wolf: Very protective of his beloved daughter Beebe. When it seems that Porkchop has attacked her in Doug's Christmas Story (when he was really trying to save her from thin ice), Mr. Bluff's actions border on Knight Templar Parent.
    • To wit: He strong arms then-mayor White into forcibly incarcerating Porkchop in the county's toughest, meanest dog pound, starts a public smear campaign against Doug and his family simply because they protested Porkchop's harsh treatment, and blatantly attempted to rig Porkchop's trial by overdramatizing Bebbe's injury. (the leg cast was clearly fake)
  • Rich in Dollars, Poor In Sense: In one episode, he tries to "inspire" Doug with the story of how he started his bumper sticker business all by himself... before he remembered he was filthy rich and hired people to do all the hard work for him.
  • Southern Gentleman
  • Upperclass Twit: More of this than a Corrupt Corporate Executive in the Nickelodeon episodes.

Guy Graham

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Voiced by Guy Hadley


Willy, Boomer, and Ned

Skunky Beaumont

Sally

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Fentruck Stimmel

Cassandra Bleem

Herman

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Ronald Wisenheimer

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