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Monday, June 27, 2011

2412. Burger King Bunny

2410. Bog and Quagmire

The Moat Twins named Bog and Quagmire lived in the basement of the castle and they loved collecting things and eating peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. They are two of the lovable characters in Eureeka's Castle.
Eureeka's Castle was a Nick Jr puppet show that took place in a castle music box that was wound up by a friendly giant. The show premired in September 1989 and ended in January 1995 but re-runs were shown on Nick Jr up until March 1999 when it was permanetly removed from Nick Jr and was moved to Noggin and the show re-ran on Noggin up until April 2004.



2406. Lamaze Lion

The Lamaze Infant Development System welcomes you to a comprehensive system of soft toys based on Lamaze International's philosophy of healthy parenting.

Lamaze understand that what matters most to parents is keeping their children healthy, happy, and safe. Designed in conjunction with child development experts, Lamaze toys engage babies and provide parents with peace of mind. We make it easy for you to choose the products that are developmentally appropriate and most enjoyable for your baby with color-coded age grades featured on all packaging. Most importantly, all of our items meet or exceed industry and consumer safety regulations to ensure complete safety for your child. Lamaze toys will lead you and your child down a path of fun, healthy play and learning from birth through the early toddler years.

2405. Donny Juice

Donny Juice is Beetlejuice's younger brother, who is the exact opposite of him. He is clean and tidy and kind to everyone he meets. He also says that he can sometimes be a little too nice(a la Mr. Rogers, Ned Flanders, etc.) and it tends to drive people crazy.

Sunday, June 26, 2011

2404. Starapator

Staraptor, The Predator Pokémon. It has a savage nature. It will courageously challenge foes that are much larger. The muscles in its wings and legs are strong. It can easily fly while gripping a small Pokémon.
It's a recurring theme of the Pokémon games to have a small bird available early on, who'll eventually grow to become a decent Pokémon. Pidgey to Pidgeot, Spearow to Fearow, Hoothoot to Noctowl, Taillow to Swellow and now Starly to Staraptor.
Staraptor is a fast but fragile Normal-Flying type, with a decent Attack stat and a poor Special Attack stat. As such, it's made in a similar mould to Fearow, Dodrio, Swellow and to a lesser extent, Pidgeot. Staraptor has one move at its disposal that sets it head and shoulders above its brethren however, and that's Close Combat. Most Normal-Flying types are completely walled by Rock and Steel types, but where they fail, Staraptor succeeds.
Despite being the best of its mould, Staraptor doesn't have the raw stats to break into the Standard environment, lingering in the no man's land of the Borderline tier. Base 120 Attack and base 100 Speed is a solid combination, and definitely too much for the Underused environment, but it gets crowded out by the hard hitters and strong defenders of the Overused tier.
Intimidate: drops the opposition's Attack stat by one stage (barring extenuating circumstances, such as an active Substitute or Clear Body). Staraptor is rather lacking from a defensive perspective. It doesn't pack too many resistances (although it benefits from two immunities), and it lacks raw defensive stats, but Intimidate will soften physical blows on the occasions that it has to take them.

2403. Grab a Jumbuck Kangaroo

2402. Gallaxhar and his Clones

Rainn Wilson as Gallaxhar, an evil alien overlord who hopes to take over Earth. He is served by gigantic robot probes (around the same size as Insectosaurus) and possesses a giant cloning machine. He claims to have suffered several traumas in his youth, driving him to destroy his own homeworld, and plans to make a new one on Earth - although viewers never hear most of the story. He aims to collect quantonium - the substance that transformed Susan - to give his cloning machine enough power to generate an army of clones of himself to conquer Earth, and is determined to extract it from Susan. Gallaxhar serves as the main antagonist of the film.

2401. Rick Moranis as Barney Rubble

Rick Moranis (b. 1953) is a Canadian comic actor best known for his work on Second City Television/SCTV and in films such as Ghostbusters, Little Shop of Horrors (directed by Frank Oz), and Honey, I Shrunk the Kids. He starred in the Creature Shop production of The Flintstones, playing Barney Rubble.

2400. Mickey Mouse

Mickey Mouse is a cartoon character who has become an icon for the Walt Disney Company. Mickey Mouse was created in 1928 by Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks

This is one of My Prized Toy Collectible, a vintage Mickey Mouse backscratcher!!!

2399. Snoopy as The Flying Ace

One of Snoopy's most famous alter-egos is as the World War I Flying Ace (first appearance, October 10, 1965), often seen battling his arch-enemy, Manfred von Richthofen, the Red Baron). When assuming this personality, Snoopy would don goggles, a flying helmet and a scarf and climb on top of his doghouse, which he claimed was a Sopwith Camel. The Red Baron, like other adult figures in Peanuts, was never drawn in a strip; his presence was indicated through the bullet holes that would riddle the doghouse, and Snoopy's fist-shaking and cries of "Curse you, Red Baron!" while his "Sopwith Camel" doghouse plummeted to earth trailing smoke. In I Want a Dog for Christmas, Charlie Brown's sister Sally Brown jumps on the doghouse and flies with Snoopy.

2398. Liquid Snake

Liquid Snake, commonly referred to as Liquid, was the squad commander of High-Tech Special Forces Unit FOXHOUND during the Shadow Moses Incident and the "twin brother" of Solid Snake.
Liquid was one of the "Sons of Big Boss," created as part of the Les Enfants Terribles project, along with his clone brothers, Solid Snake and Solidus Snake. Liquid was led to believe that he was created in order to express Big Boss's "recessive genetic traits," and as such, was inferior to Solid Snake. Because of this, he held a strong resentment towards his twin brother, who supposedly expressed "superior" genes, and wished to defeat him in combat, reclaiming what he felt was his birthright, and thus proving his superiority.
Possessing an IQ of 180, Liquid spoke seven languages fluently, including English, Spanish, French, Malay, and Arabic, the last of which he spoke like a native.[1] He was almost an exact double of Solid Snake in terms of appearance, with the only distinguishable feature being his darker skin tone and fair hair color, due to the environmental conditions in which he spent part of his life. He also had a tattoo on his left arm, which resembled the Rod of Asclepius, but with a sword in its place.

2397. Dear Daniel

This sensitive and naïve boy finds wonder in even the smallest things, and pays special attention to how he looks – very trendy! Daniel and Kitty have known each other since they were babies, but he went to Africa with his father who is a photographer. After traveling the globe, Daniel finally left from New York to return to meet Kitty again. He still hasn’t lost any of his dancing skills!

Real Name: Daniel Starr
Birthday:  May 3rd (Taurus) the same age as Kitty.
Birthplace: London
Hobby: Taking photos of animals.
Skills: Dancing and playing piano.
Future Dream: To be a cameraman, or debut as a TV personality.
Favorite Food: Cheesecake and yoghurt
Family: Papa, Mama, little brother
Trademark: His ultra-spiky fringe

2396. TY Puppy

Friday, June 24, 2011

2395. Emile

Emile is a brown rat, Remy's big brother, Django's other son, and one of the main protagonists in Disney/Pixar's2007 hit Ratatouille. He is voiced by Peter Sohn.
He is a brown (probably like his mother's fur color), overweight rat, and is slightly larger than his younger brother. He is friendly, understanding, and is the only one who Remy tells about his cooking, TV watching, and reading talent. He never tells their dad Django due to his brotherly support to Remy (although he did carelessly tell his friends about Remy's activities inside Gusteau's Restaurant). Emile loves food, however, he often swallows food whole and, to Remy's disappointment, doesn't savor the flavors.

2394. Django

Django is Remy and Emile's dad and the leader of the rat colony in Ratatouille.
His son Remy is gifted with a keen understanding of cuisine, which Django really doesn't understand, as well as a powerful sense of smell and taste. Django notices his son's gift of a strong smell when Remy grabs a poisonous apple core away from in which he was going to eat. Because of this, Django gives his son the job of sniffing for rat poison. Django is split apart from his son Remy when their rat colony is discovered by the home's owner, forcing Django and the rats to flee into the sewer. Django is later reunited with Remy, when Emile brings him back to the rat pack in their new home they moved into. When Django hears that Remy has been cooking in the kitchen with humans, he is against it and gives Remy warning that humans and rats will never get along, showing his son an extermination shop with dead rats hanging on a bar, but Remy refuses to believe this. Later, Remy is captured by Skinner, in which Django and Emile help rescue him. Remy returns to the kitchen, where Linguini reveals the secret of Remy cooking by controlling his movements under his hat to the staff. Everyone is in disbelief and walks out of the kitchen leaving Linguini helpless. Django finally see's his son's passion and determination to cook, and that humans aren't that bad. As of this, he organizes the rest of the pack to help out in the kitchen. They lock Skinner and the Health Inspector into the storeroom when they try to interfere. Near the end, Django is sitting at mini tables located on a hedge of a window behind plants talking with other rats in his son's new restaurant, La Ratatouille.

2393. Remy

Patton Oswalt as Remy, a rat. He strives to serve a grander purpose in life. Director Brad Bird chose Oswalt to voice after hearing his food-related comedy routine. Remy was named after director Brad Bird's dog, an American Hairless Terrier.

2392. Water Sprite

Dazzling in color and about the size of large insect, Sprites have glistening membranous wings. In fact, they are often confused with exotic Insects or flowers at first glance.
Considered by many to be the most common type of Faerie, they live in deep woods and make their homes high in the branches of trees. They particularly love to live in forests inhabited by Treefolk other Fey. If Sprites are spotted, you can be sure you are in an area with a high concentration of Faerie activity.
Sprites travel in swarms and can bite if provoked. At night their bodies give off a faint glow that can have them mistaken for Fireflies, which, along with other flying Insects and small birds, they are fond of riding.
Petals and blooms missing from healthy plants may be due to Sprites plucking them for clothing. Sprites can also cause Plants to bloom in the middle of winter and are the nurturers of the strange fruits that Faeries delight in.
In forests with Sprites, you may find the hollowed-out acorns they use as cups, dandelion-tuft mattresses and hats made from folded leaves. (Compare to Will-o’-the-Wisps) Sprites are a constant reminder of all that is magical.

2391. Shelcore Bear

2390. Publication International Princess Mouse

Copyright 2007 Publication International Ltd

2389. Big Barda

Big Barda is a fictional comic book superheroine appearing in books published by DC Comics. She first appeared in Mister Miracle #4 (October 1971), and was created by Jack Kirby.
In a reversal of the stereotype associated with female characters at the time of her creation, Barda is physically more powerful than her husband and very protective of him.
Jack Kirby based Barda's physical appearance on Lainie Kazan, who had recently appeared topless in Playboy. Mark Evanier, Kirby's assistant during the Fourth World comics, has stated, "Jack based some of his characters (not all) on people in his life or in the news... the characterization between Scott 'Mister Miracle' Free and Barda was based largely — though with tongue in cheek — on the interplay betwixt Jack and his wife Roz."
Barda was born of the race of New Gods about 250 years ago, on Apokolips. Her mother was named Big Breeda, but Barda was taken away from her at an early age to be trained as a warrior. She was a product of Granny Goodness' Home for Orphaned Youth. Granny's motto is "Die for Darkseid" (the planet's evil ruler). Granny groomed Barda to one day lead the Female Fury Battalion, a ferocious pack of warrior women. However, during a raid, Barda meets Scott Free, Darkseid's adopted son, and, sensing a peace about him, fell in love.
Barda risked her own safety to work with the rebel cell led by the New God Himon. Both of them helped Scott escape from Apokolips. Eventually, Barda turned her back on Granny and came to Earth herself. Scott had become an escape artist called Mister Miracle, and is teamed with Oberon, his diminutive manager. Scott and Barda were married by Scott's father, the Highfather of New Genesis.
For a number of years, Barda followed Scott and Oberon on tour. Eventually they retired as superheroes and moved to Bailey, New Hampshire. However, despite their best attempts, a normal life eluded them. Disasters plagued them; Barda, Scott, and Oberon left Bailey and moved to a loft in Greenwich Village, New York City. Barda formed a defense-training program for women called the New Female Furies.

2388. Weiner Dog

2387. Zombie Island Knight in Shining Armor

Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island is a 1998 American animated comedy film based on the animated television series Scooby-Doo Saturday morning cartoon franchise. In the film, Scooby-Doo, Shaggy, Velma, Daphne and Fred reunite to solve a frightening new mystery: They leave for a haunted bayou island to investigate the ghost of Moonscar the Pirate.
The film was released direct-to-video September 22, 1998, and the feature gained positive reviews in the press as well as commercial success. It is the first in the long-running series of direct-to-video Scooby-Doo films.
The film bares noticeable similarities to the 2002 live-action film, Scooby-Doo, in which Mystery Inc. split up but later reunite to solve a mystery involving real monsters. A similar storyline is the central plot of this film.

2386. Charles Wade Barkley

Charles Wade Barkley (born February 20, 1963) is a former American professional basketball player. Nicknamed "Sir Charles" and "The Round Mound of Rebound", Barkley established himself as one of the National Basketball Association's (NBA's) most dominating power forwards. He was selected to the All-NBA First Team five times, the All-NBA Second Team five times, and once to the All-NBA Third Team. He earned eleven NBA All-Star Game appearances and was named the All-Star MVP in 1991. In 1993, he was voted the league's Most Valuable Player and during the NBA's 50th anniversary, named one of the 50 Greatest Players in NBA History. He competed in the 1992 and 1996 Olympic games and won two gold medals as a member of the United States' Dream Team. In 2006, Barkley was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.
Barkley was popular with the fans and media and made the NBA's All-Interview Team for his last 13 seasons in the league. He was frequently involved in on- and off-court fights and sometimes stirred national controversy, as in March 1991 when he mistakenly spat on a young girl, and as in 1993 when he declared that sports figures should not be considered role models. Short for a power forward, Barkley used his strength and aggressiveness to become one of the NBA's most dominant rebounders. He was a versatile player who had the ability to score, create plays, and defend. In 2000, he retired as the fourth player in NBA history to achieve 20,000 points, 10,000 rebounds and 4,000 assists.
Since retiring as a player, Barkley has had a successful career as a color commentator on basketball. He works with Turner Network Television (TNT) as a studio pundit for its coverage of NBA games. In addition, Barkley has written several books and has shown an interest in politics; in October 2008, he announced that he would run for Governor of Alabama in 2014, but he changed his mind in 2010.

2385. Pink Flower Sprite


Sprites are magnificent creatures varing in color, form and shape. They may cause flowers to bloom yet can deliver surprisingly fierce bites when threatened. They are extremely shy when it comes to strangers, but can easily become attached to those who are kind or helpful to them. They are usually mistaken for large exotic insects or flowers. In the night they are sometimes even mistaken for fireflies due to the fact that they give off a faint glow. They are also known for randomly giving juicy red berries to their friends/owners, but if eaten taste amazing, like nothing you have ever tasted before, and that would be a good thing, except that human food will taste bland, plain as "sawdust" and whoever eats one will have to go on eating those berries for the rest of their lives since they cannot bare to eat human food.

2384. Yellow Flower Sprite

Sprites' wings are reminiscent of both insects and flowers. They have become iconic, even outside the community of sprite fanciers. Their tiny, winged forms are reproduced on jewelry and clothing. Because of their size, they can move at quick speeds, but they often glide through the air at a slow pace.Sprites eat nectar,sugar syrups,fruit,clover,acorn,pie,vegetables and roasted meat.Some species hunt pixies and smaller sprites.They make nests on tree branches,the underground and other hidden places in forests and grassy fields.The principal kinds are flower sprites,water sprites,hopper sprites,orchid sprites,glowing toadflies,hominid sprites and carnivorous poisonous sprites just as calx diabolicus.

When thinking about keeping a sprite as a pet/companion, you need to consider the following:
How will you acquire your sprite? Where will you house it? How will you be sure it gets the proper exercise and correct nutrition? The book: The Spiderwick Chronicles: Care and Feeding of Sprites has good facts and ideas. Here are some easy tips to remember:

1. If keeping a Sprite inside your house, it will be most happy in a flower pot or some kind of indoor plant, placed somewhere with lots of sunshine (like a window) with a view of the outside.
2. DO NOT capture a Sprite by caging it. You must first earn it's trust by feeding it or becoming correctly acquainted with it and then you may lure it to wherever you want. If you cage it or scare it, in defense it may bite or nip.
3. One thing most all Faerie folk like to drink is lukewarm milk, it is sweet and tasty. This is one way you can lure a Sprite.
4. Make sure your able to see them before getting one if not you might be looking or even talking to an empty cage.

2383. Schnitzel

Schnitzel is one of the main characters and works for Mung Daal at Mung Daal Catering Company and he helps with all the lifting and cleaning. He often gets stuck with the dirty work. He is constantly annoyed by Chowder even though Chowder does not realize it.
Schnitzel is a big grumpy and strong rock monster who is quite muscular. He is most of the time seen in his white apron. He is light brown and his fingers appear much darker than he himself is. Around his eyes is shade. He also has what appears to be square-shaped ears. When his shirt is off you can notice that he is overweight, almost as much as Chowder and that he wears pink or leopard-print underwear.
Schnitzel is easily angered by Mung and Chowder's ridiculous antics, because if they destroy or dirty the kitchen, he is always the one who must clean it up. He is shown to occasionally say some inappropriate things such as in 'The Sing Beans', where Mung acts suprised and tells Chowder when he's older. Mung Daal always blames him for bad things or tells him to clean up a dirty mess-up in the kitchen or the house. Mung Daal's annoying tribute led to the episode Schnitzel Quits.
Mung thinks that a random moral in life is that if anything bad happens in life and colors, then Schnitzel cleans it up ( "The Thrice Cream Man "). Mung also thinks it's all Schnitzel's fault that Knishmas is ruined in (" Hey, Hey, It's Knishmas ").

2382. Dead Juju

Dead Juju (called Party Juju in the Television Series), was a skeletonized Juju in the series. His main Juju Shrine is in the Burial Grounds, and the subsequent areas. Although in later games, he has shrines in a variety of other locations. He is married to Killjoy Juju. He is voiced by Rob Paulsen in the games and television series.
Dead Juju is highly energetic, and loves to party. Throughout the series, this proves to be annoying to many characters. He mainly focuses on parties, and will do anything to go to one.



2380. Roronoa Zoro

Roronoa Zoro is a pirate, former bounty hunter, and one of the main protagonists of One Piece. He is the first member to join the Straw Hat Pirates and to date is considered the largest threat and most dangerous member in the crew after Luffy. He is famed as a master swordsman, user of the Santoryu style, and his great strength, along with the actions of his captain, sometimes leads others to believe that he must be the true captain. He is also one of the top three fighters in the crew. His dream is to become the greatest swordsman in the world. Zoro is labeled as one of "The Eleven Supernovas", the eleven rookie pirates with bounties over 100,000,000 to have reached the Red Line, with a current bounty of 120,000,000.

2007 McDonald's Happy Meal Toy Copyrigth O/S F.T. E.O./ S.T.A.

2379. Lok

Lok (also known as The Warrior Lok) was a character throughout the Tak and the Power of Juju Series. Lok was raised as a warrior to fulfill the Pupanunu People's Prophecy to defeat Tlaloc and return power to the Moon Juju. Afterwards, Lok remained a character, "aiding" Tak and Jibolba in their quests. In the Television Series, Lok is more of an anti-hero, but is still called a warrior. In the games, Lok is included for comic relief, but in the Television Series, he is a villain. Lok is voiced by Patrick Warburton in all games, and the Television Series.
Lok is very self-centered person. This probably comes from being raised on the belief that he would be a mighty warrior, and save the Village. This could heave easily gotten into his head, and formed his personality. Lok is very strong, but overall is a dimwit and many times cannot realize when he is being a pain and should just leave.

This Lok toy features an incredible flexing ability – squeeze his arms to see his pectoral muscles flex in and out

2378. Kowalski and Private Penguin

Kowalski (Jeff Bennett) acts as the group strategist and gadgeteer. Kowalski is a brilliant inventor, but cannot read (although he does carry around a clipboard which he records plan options on). He also tends to over-analyze situations.

Private (James Patrick Stuart) is the emotionally sensitive rookie of the group. Though younger and less experienced than the other penguins, he is the most down to earth; Private tends to offer simpler, more commonsense solutions in response to Skipper and Kowalski's complex strategies (Although he also shows an unusual interest in unicorns on occasion).

2377. Rico

Rico (John DiMaggio) is the team's weapons and explosives specialist, who mainly communicates through grunts and squeals. Slightly unhinged, Rico swallows useful tools, such as dynamite, and regurgitates them when needed, to the point of regularly regurgitating objects that appear to be too large for him to have swallowed in the first place. He has been referred to as a psychopath several times.

2376. Pop-Onz Sheep

The Fisher Price Pop Onz is one of the distinctive toy product brands of Mattel Inc.’s subsidiary company – the Fisher-Price toys – that is guaranteed to ultimately pop on the interest of your little tyke. It is a toy building product similar to the construction feature as that of a typical Lego, where little kids can have the opportunity to assemble and connect blocks of pop onz basic blocks, action blocks and silly characters all together to form a feature setting depending on the design theme of the product. Despite the variation in the designs and styles of the Pop-Onz, it is noticeable that they are made to entertain little kids as they go on their way exploring a virtual world from which they created using the pop onz blocks.
The blocks and pieces in the Fisher Price Pop Onz table helps them fit so easily on the specific pegs so that it would be easier for young children to build the design on their own successfully. Upon completion, there are a whole lot more of features which include musical tunes, spinning action figures, and a whole lot more which makes this toy product a step further apart when compared to other construction toys. To even pump the interest of your child, you can let your little tot play with it for quite a long time as there is no recorded risk for choking hazards. The Pop Onz, when finished, is guaranteed to be stabled as the each block is built with utmost precision to ensure that it will not snap that easily.
Even though the Pop Onz is not the only toy that any parent has laid his or her eye on that has such functionalities and features, still you cannot deny that Pop Onz is definitely one of those toys that can be considered “an eye candy” for young kids. This is because it is made of vibrant bright colors that readily stimulate the interest of any child. The fact that it also comes with light musical tunes only inflame the enthusiasm of the child to play with it for long hours. Its surface and edges are smooth to secure safe play time experience with children. It is easy to keep and store away (as it comes with a storage bag). With that it is safe to assume that Pop Onz has definitely out best other type of construction toys in terms of the efficient combination of design, style, functionality, and safety.
The Fisher Price Pop Onz shares similar pros with other types of educational toys. But because it is made under the banner of the long running and consumer trusted toy company Fisher-Price, it is not a surprise why parents would go on their own way to buy this lovable toy product.


2374. Kid Flash

Kid Flash (real name Wally West) is a member of The Team. He is the sidekick and nephew of Barry Allen, the current Flash.
Wally West is the team's resident class clown and goof-ball. A hyper-active 15 year-old speedster, he's always quick to joke and comment lightly on any situation that the team is in. Constantly feeling like that world around him is going in slow motion, Wally is often extremely impatient and impulsive, to the point of jumping into situations before thinking--which at times puts him in danger. He can almost always be seen eating something due to his high metabolism.
Wally is also a bit girl-crazy, often making innuendos and flirtatious remarks towards any attractive women in his vicinity. His attention is normally directed at Miss Martian, but he's also been known to hit on older woman like Black Canary during their first training session. Kid Flash seems to share a close friendship with Robin. The two often trade jokes, insults, and good-natured ribbing, which neither seems to take personally.
Wally West has spiked up red hair, freckles and green eyes. His costume is yellow with a red lightning bolt in a white circle. By pressing a button on his costume, he can change the color of the uniform into a black variation that is better suited for black-ops missions. He wears goggles that can see different light spectrums. He has shoulder pads and body protectors because he often uses himself as a human cannonball. When off-duty, he is shown wearing a blue short-sleeved shirt with a white undershirt, or a red short-sleeved shirt and a yellow undershirt, and baggy brown pants or blue jeans (second outfit), trainers and a watch. For beach-wear, he wears a pair of yellow swim trunks with red lightning bolts going across it.
Wally likes to collect souvenirs from his adventures. He stores these souvenirs on a shelf in Mount Justice.

2373. Bloo

Bloo is Mac's 5-year-old imaginary friend and best friend who resembles a simple, domed cylinder. Bloo is sometimes self-centered, egotistic and narcissistic almost to the point of psychotic delusion and has a knack for getting into trouble. However, he still has a good heart and apologizes for his actions. Bloo loves paddleballs even though he can't make the ball hit the paddle (though the only time he was able to do it was in the episode "Let Your Hare Down"). His full name is "Blooregard Q. Kazoo". He became increasingly mischievous over the run over the series and is shown to have bad memory some of the time. He is voiced by Keith Ferguson.

2372. Cranky Kong

Cranky Kong (クランキーコング Kurankī Kongu?) is an elderly ill-tempered ape, known for his scathing, fourth wall-breaking commentary. Introduced in Donkey Kong Country, he has appeared in a number of Donkey Kong games, primarily as a reluctant adviser to Donkey Kong and his various simian pals (in game and in the instruction manuals), as well as running minigames and tutorials. His wife was Wrinkly Kong.
Cranky is the original Donkey Kong character featured in the 1981 arcade game:[1] The current Donkey Kong (introduced in Donkey Kong Country) is Cranky's grandson.[2][3]
As his name implies, Cranky is perpetually bitter about many things and complains about them to anyone who gives him even the slightest acknowledgment. He is mostly angry about the state of modern video games, once going so far as to complain about how many bits and bytes are used up to simply animate his swinging beard. Every time he sees any such thing he seems to fondly recall his heyday in which he was an 8-bit character with only three frames of animation.
In Donkey Kong Country on the SNES, Cranky's main purpose was to distribute helpful hints about the game's many stages to Donkey Kong and his sidekick Diddy Kong whenever they dropped by his cabin. Donkey Kong Country 2 saw him play a similar role, although this time the player would have to provide enough banana coins to buy specific hints. In Donkey Kong Country 3 he was the player's opponent in a throwing minigame at Swanky's Sideshow; in the Game Boy Advance versions of Donkey Kong Country 2 and Donkey Kong Country 3, he hosted several minigames, and was briefly playable in one of them.
Donkey Kong 64 saw Cranky deal out potions that granted each of the five playable Kongs special abilities and could be purchased at Cranky's Lab. He also hosted the Jetpac game, and would let you play it after earning 15 Banana Medals. Achieving 5,000 points in Jetpac earned you the Rareware Coin, which was required to beat the game.
Cranky also made cameo appearances in Super Smash Bros. Melee and Super Smash Bros. Brawl, as well as appearing in Donkey Konga and its sequels. His most recent appearances have been dispensing tips in DK-King of Swing and DK Jungle Climber, in Donkey Kong Barrel Blast where he served as a fully playable character for the first time (aside from the Dojo minigame of Donkey Kong Country 3's Game Boy Advance port), and in Donkey Kong Country Returns, where he runs various shops that sell items and helps the player by giving hints and tips when they leave his shop.
Cranky was a regular on the Donkey Kong Country animated series. He was still as senile as in the games, but without his fourth wall-destroying comments. His cabin was where the Crystal Coconut, the mystical bauble that made DK the future ruler of Kongo Bongo Island (as DK Island was called on the show), was kept. Often, Cranky mixed potions, somewhat prefiguring his Donkey Kong 64 role. He was voiced by Aron Tager, and in the Japanese dub by Ryūsei Nakao.


2369. Alfredo Linguini

Lou Romano as Alfredo Linguini, the son of Auguste Gusteau. He is hired as the restaurant's kitchen cleaner, but befriends Remy in the process.

2368. Skinner

Ian Holm as Skinner, a diminutive chef and owner of Auguste Gusteau's restaurant. He plans to use Gusteau's name to market a line of microwaveable meals. Skinner's behaviour, diminutive size, and body language are loosely based on Louis de Funès.

2367. Leon

Leonopolis "Leon" is Rodney's squirrel buddy who lives in the tree in the Johnson family's backyard. He is more a squirrel who loves the outdoors than an indoor pet and usually tries to find nuts. Leon also enjoys running on telephone wires, playing on busy streets, and being out in the sun all day. Though he is an outdoor animal, he still has a working television in his home with Public-access television cable TV. His tree is continuously in danger of being knocked down, whether by Mr. J putting in the pool or by lightning storm. Nothing will never rattle Leon. When things get out of control, Rodney relies on Leon for help. In Pool for Love, Mr. J. (Mr. Johnson) wanted to cut down Leon's tree for a swimming pool. Leon also likes playing on busy streets, enjoys being in the sun all day, and likes to walk on telephone wires. He is part of the Rod Squad along with Rodney and Darlene. Leon is also very cute, he is blue. Plus his tree is the only thing he has in his life except for the ninety pounds of hair he saved but he lost in the "Swimming pool" episode. He loves his tree a lot. In the episode "Birthday Boy", Rodney asks Leon if he can have a present for Andy. Rodney turns down the offers because all Leon had was aged trash. As Rodney is leaving Leon says," If you change your mind, you're welcome to come back!". As it appears in the tree, Leon's favorite food is rotten apple cores. Leon's voice has somewhat of a Canadian accent, except his tone is lazier and more high-pitched. Leon appears larger than Rodney, but it is unsure if he weighs more, although this is assumed. Leon also has a reddish nose.
He is voiced by Tom Kenny.

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2366. Mr. Blik

Mr. Blik is the bossy and braggy boss of his 2 brothers gordon and waffle he hates waffle.
15 years old. Mr. Blik is the self-appointed leader of the group who's loud, bossy and brash. It is told that a black cat means bad luck, and this is true for Mr. Blik (because he is a black cat), who gets himself into getting major or near-death injuries. Mr. Blik is proud of his newly inherited riches and spends his money on anything and everything that spells respect and power. Mr. Blik always insults his brothers. Mr. Blik's catch phrase is, "Yeah!"