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  • Thaddeus Bluff on Random Greatest Fictional Celebrities from Nickelodeon's Doug

    (#7) Thaddeus Bluff

    • Thaddeus Bluff

    We never see Thaddeus Bluff, but the founder of Bluffington is remembered fondly in town as someone who "didn’t believe in meaningless tradition." Legend has it that when Bluff staked his claim to the land he met resistance from, weirdly enough, a pair of talking trees. This mythology is brought to life during a school play in the second season, but with Doug's older sister, Judy, at the helm, the story takes some odd twists and turns. As played by Skeeter, Bluff is re-imagined as a scatting astronaut. Surprisingly, it works.

  • Skunky Beaumont on Random Greatest Fictional Celebrities from Nickelodeon's Doug

    (#9) Skunky Beaumont

    • Skunky Beaumont

    Skunky Beaumont is more a celebrity for fans than for anyone in Bluffington. Though he's at the center of nearly every local urban legend (he was attacked by trees, for one), we never catch a glimpse of the elusive character. We do, however, hear his voice in the Season 1 episode "Doug Didn't Do It." Skunky became a lead when Disney revived the show in the late '90s, but pretty much everyone preferred him as a living mystery.

  • Derek Derekson on Random Greatest Fictional Celebrities from Nickelodeon's Doug

    (#11) Derek Derekson

    • Doug

    Described as a "world famous Shakespearean figure-skating person," Derek Derekson isn't content to be the master of just one art. We first see him in a dream sequence, but it's soon revealed that Derekson has his own show, wherein he, well, ice-skates while reciting Shakespeare. Worshipped by Doug's arty older sister, Judy, Derekson represents her platonic ideal. We don't know how she feels about that Prince Valiant 'do, however.

  • Mayor Robert "Bob" White on Random Greatest Fictional Celebrities from Nickelodeon's Doug

    (#6) Mayor Robert "Bob" White

    • Doug

    With his nasally Southern drawl and ill-fitting wig, Bluffington Mayor Robert "Bob" White is like an amalgamation of Ross Perot and Donald Trump. Concerned more with fame and status than his constituency, White's numerous encounters with Doug typically center on his ego. He's also quick to cozy up to any nationwide celebrities to pop into Bluffington, whether they be bodybuilder Ronald Weisenheimer or film director J.B. Spiggot. He may only be famous around town, but everybody knows his catchphrase: "Vote for me!"

  • Ronald Weisenheimer on Random Greatest Fictional Celebrities from Nickelodeon's Doug

    (#2) Ronald Weisenheimer

    • Doug

    Arnold Schwarzenegger was at the height of his silver screen stardom during Doug's run in the early '90s, so it makes sense that Bluffington would have its own version of the muscled movie star. Ronald Weisenheimer looks, walks, and talks just like The Governator, but seems more concerned with fitness than stardom. He first appears as a guest at a local fitness event, but resurfaces a few seasons later when Doug buys some of his workout tapes to try to drop some pounds. "Come on, fatty," he urges in the video. "Your blubber disgusts me!"

  • Mr. Swirly on Random Greatest Fictional Celebrities from Nickelodeon's Doug

    (#3) Mr. Swirly

    • Doug

    Being the man behind a city's trove of sweets is bound to make you a local celebrity, and there's no doubt Mr. Swirly is exactly that. With swirly hair that evokes the top of an ice cream cone, the dessert magnate seems thoroughly invested in his work, so much so that he bids his wife adieu by wishing her a "swirly day." A consistent presence in the Doug universe, Mr. Swirly is buoyant and jovial, though perhaps not the best business owner. Who lets cement get into a vat of chocolate, anyway?

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Doug is a family comedy cartoon created by Jim Jinkins and Maurice Joyce. It is famous for its simple style, the characters' images are all simple, telling the simple truth of life in these simple stories. The interesting thing is that except for the leading role who has a normal skin color, the skin colors of other characters are very different, such as green skin, orange skin, and light blue skin.

The 11-year-old boy Adelaide and his family moved to the small town of Bluffington and started a new life. His diary recorded his new life, not only the real-life story but also the fantastic adventures he fantasized about. The random tool lists 13 popular fictional celebrities in Doug.

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