Can we call persons like Biff and Norm a character? A fish and a robot? They ain't thinking people, you know. -Audun 18:42, 28 September 2008 (UTC)

Yeah, but they're characters in the show, not humans. A character is a person or a thing that appears in a story, or in this case, a show. --SuperFlash101 18:44, 28 September 2008 (UTC)

Three questions

First of all, on some pictures I click of the Fireside Girls, the unamed ones have names in the title of the picture. Like the asian one's name says Sandra and the sleeveless girl says Marie. Are these just fan names or are they official? Also is Sandra Stacey's sister because they look excactly alike. And the last question, why did Pinky's style look differrent in Day of the Living Gelatin?

To answer your question about the Fireside Girls, yeah, they're fan names. Since the show hasn't (yet) revealed their names, I decided to refer to them by the names that Christopher Mantynen came up with for them in his fanfics (at least until they actually get named on the show). Of course, for obvious reasons, on this wiki I'll only use these monikers in the image filenames. —JeremyCreek 04:51, 11 May 2009 (UTC)


Poor Hoarfrost. (Doof's giant cockroach) Can somebody give Hoarfrost a page? If somebody needs a picture just watch Canderemy.

Maybe a backgroung characters section on him would work better, since he has little info to go by. What I like about you is......GOOOOOAAAAAAL! 00:43, March 7, 2011 (UTC)
Nobody put Hoarfrost on Doof's page in his childhood section. He should be mentioned as one of the two things that made his childhood bareable, along with garlic ice cream. But anyway good idea.

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