Uncle Larry Grandpa is the main character of the series Uncle Grandpa. He is everyone in the world's uncle and grandpa at the same time. He goes around helping children who have usually never heard of him. The children do not appreciate his help at first, but then realize the great adventures they have with him. He is voiced by Peter Browngardt.
He is a short, older adult who wears black overalls with rainbow shoulder straps, a white collar shirt, and a blue propeller hat that sits on top of his head (which has a prominent lump). He also has a brown mustache, with a tooth sticking out of it, and a large chin. He also wears a talking red fanny pack, known as Belly Bag.
Uncle Grandpa is very cheery, and is for the majority of the time happy. He likes to help others, especially his friends, and mainly helps kids around the world. Uncle Grandpa seems to have a different array of magical powers, that range from time travelling to making clones of himself. Uncle Grandpa is always using these magical powers, with the assistance of his Belly Bag of course. At first Uncle Grandpa's plans seem dumb, but in the end his plans work out in his favor and he always gets the job done.
Mr. Gus is Uncle Grandpa's bodyguard. He is always there to look out for him and is supposed to do whatever he wants him to do. Mr. Gus doesn't always agree with what Uncle Grandpa says and does, but he is always there for his Uncle Grandpa when he needs his support the most.
Uncle Grandpa and Pizza Steve are best friends. Uncle Grandpa always believes the lies that Pizza Steve tells him, no matter how ridiculous they may be. Even when it has already been proven to Uncle Grandpa that Pizza Steve is wrong, he still tends to believe everything he says. Pizza Steve has on occasion gone out of his way to help Uncle Grandpa, but he can also exhibit selfishness and lack of care for his Uncle and Grandpa. Regardless of how Pizza Steve may act, Uncle Grandpa will always love him and hold him in high regard.
If Uncle Grandpa ever needs anything, Belly Bag is sure to have it. All Uncle Grandpa needs to do is just reach into Belly Bag and take it out. Uncle Grandpa and Belly Bag have been together ever since they were babies. The two of them are great friends. They may not always see eye to eye, but unlike Mr. Gus who will tell Uncle Grandpa straight up, Belly Bag takes a passive approach to his constructive criticism of Uncle Grandpa's actions.
Giant Realistic Flying Tiger is one of Uncle Grandpa's best friends and also acts as a form of transportation for him when he is not using the RV. Whenever him and the others get into some serious trouble, she is usually the one to come and clean up their mess.
Tiny Miracle is Uncle Grandpa's robotic assistant and is always happy to help him. He was first seen helping Uncle Grandpa in the episode "Tiny Miracle the Robot Boy". Uncle Grandpa needed help opening a jar of burgers and Tiny Miracle helped him. After that, he needed his help again with cleaning up the mess he made. He helped him again in the episode "Big in Japan" by playing the organ at Mr. Gus's funeral. Tiny Miracle also helped Uncle Grandpa when he wanted to watch TV while on the new couch in Big Trouble for Tiny Miracle, along with other backbreaking tasks the gang made him do.
Uncle Grandpa and Frankenstein both have a good connection with each other. In Tiger Trails, Uncle Grandpa needed some Frankenstein Juice to pour on the ground to revive several dead pets and Frankenstein was happy to oblige. In Body Trouble, Frankenstein gave his body to Uncle Grandpa when he needed a new one to show off to Belly Bag.
Uncle Grandpa helped out Charlie just like he would do with any kid he helps out. At first Charlie was confused to see someone like Uncle Grandpa, but he grew to like him just like the rest of the gang. Uncle Grandpa and the others decided to help Charlie in his time of need and later on in Charlie Burgers, he sacrificed his ball to save everyone from going into the black hole. Charlie helped Uncle Grandpa when his nose was puffed up like a beach ball in Uncle Grandpa Retires and Uncle Grandpa thanked him.
Uncle Grandpa and Beary never really interacted in any episodes. In Haunted RV, Uncle Grandpa was trying to get Beary's attention when they met him as if they knew each other for a while. Beary may live in the RV as he was found throughout the episode.
Uncle Grandpa and Hot Dog Person never really interacted in any episodes. Along with Beary, Hot Dog Person may live inside the RV as he was found with Beary at the end of Haunted RV.
Uncle Grandpa's nemesis who tries her best to make Uncle Grandpa obsolete at helping children. She has taken the role of "Aunt Grandma" and the way she usually helps kids is to solve their problems at the source instead of going on an adventure. Uncle Grandpa and Priscilla hold a negative relation towards each other since Uncle Grandpa failed to help her in the 90's, Uncle Grandpa was trying to teach her that all work and no fun was no way to live a life. The two even had a huge fight after Priscilla snapped at Uncle Grandpa.
In Uncle Grandpa Retires, Evil Wizard was trying to sabotage the RV by trying to pop Uncle Grandpa with spiked wheels when he was still a wheel, Uncle Grandpa used a nail file on his wheels, much to the wizard's dismay. Uncle Grandpa also gave him the file for his nails. Evil Wizard later on teased Uncle Grandpa during the race, while Uncle Grandpa was trying to help Evil Wizard by telling him to look out for the ducks in front of him.
Uncle Grandpa helped Xarna when he got the gas for her motorcycle and saved her from being forced to marry Wallace T. Germbug. He gave Xarna a tricycle when she was unable to get gas for her motorcycle and she thanked him for it.
Uncle Grandpa is the main cause to Crazy Baby's existence. In Driver's Test, When Mary couldn't shift into reverse while parallel parking, so Uncle Grandpa tried to help and accidentally unleashed Crazy Baby. into the world. Crazy Baby is easily angered and doesn't seem to like Uncle Grandpa very much.
Abilities and Traits
Uncle Grandpa has the ability to make clones of himself. His clones only appear without showing how he made them. So it is unknown how he does it. Uncle Grandpa has shown to had the ability to remove parts of his body and make them move on their own. He has removed his head from his body and seems to have a large variety of other heads and bodies of himself in his room. He has also been seen removing his nose in the episode "Belly Bros" and has been seen with a drawer full of noses in his room too. Uncle Grandpa has also been shown to have wizard powers in the episodes "Belly Bros" and "Tiger Trails". Uncle Grandpa will put on a wizard hat and cloak, and can make lightning come out of his hands.
- In the pilot and "Secret Mountain Uncle Grandpa", he has hairy legs, flab over his eyes, bags under his eyes, and an "X" on his chin.
- In the pilot episodes, Uncle Grandpa's propeller beanie hat used to be red, blue, and yellow striped, but when the show was picked up, his propeller beanie hat is now completely blue.
- It's possible that Uncle Grandpa isn't human.
- Uncle Grandpa's catchphrase is "Good morning!"
- As revealed in the episode "Nickname", Uncle Grandpa's nickname is "Bobo"
- As shown in "Uncle Grandpa For a Day", Uncle Grandpa is very addicted to peanut butter, even singing a song about peanut butter.
- If he is everyone's Uncle Grandpa, that means that he is his own Uncle Grandpa.
- Uncle Grandpa has magical powers, and can pull anything out of Belly Bag to help him.
- He is the only person that acknowledges Pizza Steve's bragging, and seems to believe in the false claims Pizza Steve usually makes.
- In Locked Out , it is shown that he can walk on water and go into space, this is also seen in the episode Tiger Trails.
- Uncle Grandpa likes to eat books and homework, as seen in the short after Brain Game and in Uncle Grandpa Ate My Homework!.
- It is obvious Uncle Grandpa is able to make many copies and doppelgangers of himself. In fact, these doppelgangers might actually take personalities of their own on. There are a few known Uncle Grandpa doppelgangers so far and they are:
- Uncle Grandpa has apparently been in a state prison before and escaped as told in Charlie Burgers.
- Uncle Grandpa's "Mr. Gus is Green" song segment of Uncle Grandpa Sings the Classics is a parody of the look and style of G. G. Allin.
- As revealed in "Aunt Grandma" his middle name is Larry.
- As revealed in "Grounded", he is allergic to windows.
- As revealed in "Prison Break", he is really good at making prank phone calls
- In the Christmas Special episode, it is revealed that Uncle Grandpa and Santa are brothers. As well as they look nearly identical when Uncle Grandpa pulls Santa's beard down to "see the resemblance."
- "Belly Bros"
- "Tiger Trails"
- "Space Emperor"
- "Funny Face"
- "Moustache Cream"
- "Driver's Test"
- "Uncle Grandpa Sitter"
- "Uncle Grandpa Ate My Homework!"
- "Uncle Grandpa for a Day"
- "Afraid of the Dark"
- "Treasure Map"
- "Locked Out"
- "Brain Game"
- "Mystery Noise"
- "Charlie Burgers"
- "Uncle Grandpa Shorts"
- "Perfect Kid"
- "Big in Japan"
- "Leg Wrestle"
- "Future Pizza"
- "More Uncle Grandpa Shorts"
- "Viewer Special"
- "Bad Morning"
- "Prank Wars"
- "1992 Called"
- "Bezt Frends"
- "Food Truck"
- "Hide and Seek"
- "The History of Wrestling"
- "Sick Bag"
- "Aunt Grandma"
- "Haunted RV"
- "Internet Troll"
- "Not Funny"
- "Prison Break"
- "Christmas Special"
- "Dog Day"
- "Tiger and Mouse"
- "Pizza Steve's Diary"
- "Big Trouble for Tiny Miracle"
- "New Kid"
- "Uncle Zombie"
- "Uncle Caveman"
- "Misfortune Cookie"
- "Duck Lips"
- "Body Trouble"
- "Shower Party"
- "Uncle Grandpa Land"
- "Taco Comet"
- "The Fan"
- "The Package"
- "Are You Talking to Tree?"
- "Guest Directed Shorts"
- "Hundred Dollar Gus"
- "Weird Badge
- "The Great Spaghetti Western"
- "Uncle Grandpa at the Movies"
- "Bottom Bag"
- "Watermelon Gag"
- "Uncle Grandpa Babies"
- "Uncle Grandpa Retires"
- "Fool Moon"
- "Secret Santa"
- Back to the Library
- "Slice of Life with Pizza Steve"
- "Tiger Talk"
- "Fishing with Uncle Grandpa"
- "Uncle Grandpa Changes a Light Bulb"
- "Tiny Miracle the Robot Boy"
- "Uncle Grandpa Sings the Classics"
- "The Legend of the Beardman: The Nighttime Tickler"
- "UG Rap Attack"
- "Board Game Night"
- "E-Mail the Duck"
- "Uncle Grandpa Cooks a Burrito"
- "Shave Time"
- "Ghost Math"
- "Bubble Trouble"
- "Scary Cyborg Guy"
- "Uncle Grandpa Babies"
- "Grandpa Cize"
- "RV Checkup"
- "Lunch Break"
- "Squirrel Sweaters"
- "Smile Juice"
- "Grandpa at Arms"
- "How to Draw with Uncle Grandpa"
- "Who Wants the Last Pickle"
- "Weird Man"
- "Chicken Crossing"
- "Video Date-Maker Plus!"
- "Fix That RV"
- "Stinky Elevator"
- "Uncle Grandpa and the Can of Beans Stalk"
- "Science Time with Uncle Grandpa"
- "Cutting the Wire"
- "Cloud Gazing"
- "Frisky Mustache"
- "Good morning!"
- "I wonder what Uncle Grandpa has in store for us today. Wait a minute ... I'm Uncle Grandpa."
- "NO SHADE TIPPING!"
- "Yep, sounds about right."
- "No, I said, Giant Realistic Flying Tiger, not Giant Realistic Flying Dolphin."
- "Wait a minute ... No cheese?"
- "I wonder where Giant Realistic Flying Tiger went looking this beautiful."
- "I'm your Uncle Grandpa!"
- "That's right, everyone in the world's uncle and grandpa is here."
- "I wonder what's going on over there."
- UG: "Is he still looking?" Mummy: "No." UG: "Then TAG! You're it"
- HS: "You some kind of wizard?" UG: "No."
- "Hey! No one needs to babysit me! I'm older than all of you!"
- "Pizza Steve, how could you?! I've lost all respect for you."
- "BAD MORNING!"
- "Cooking a burrito."
- "Yup, It's The Belly Blues. I've definitely seen this before."
- "I'm walking on hot dogs. I'm walking on hot dogs. I'm walking on hot dogs."