Doug Funnie

Douglas "Doug" Yancey Funnie is the titular main protagonist of the Nickelodeon (later Disney) animated series Doug.

Doug Funnie
Hey, it's me, Doug Funnie!
Type: Relatable Everyman
Age: Nickelodeon: 11 1/2
Disney: 12
Species: Human
Portrayed by: Billy West (Nickelodeon)
Tom McHugh (Disney)
Status: Alive
Media of origin: Doug

Why He Is Funny (pun intended)

  1. He has a very creative imagination, as he tells great stories about his alter-ego Quailman.
  2. He is a generous person, as he treats everyone around him with genuine respect, even his bully Roger Klutz.
  3. He has an incredible moral compass, as he is usually to do the right thing.
  4. Like Charlie Brown and Arthur Read, he is relatable to people, as he struggles with the trials of everyday life.
  5. He is also a talented musician, as he is proficient at playing banjo.
  6. He has his funny moments, hence his last name.
  7. He has a heroic side to him, which is notable in "Doug's 1st Movie", where he manages to save the monster Herman from the town's mayor Bill Bluff.
  8. He learns valuable life lessons throughout the series, growing as a person in the process.
  9. Billy West and Tom McHugh did excellent performance voicing in the Nickelodeon and Disney versions respectively.

Bad Qualities

  1. He can be shy, naive and gullible.
  2. He has his moments of being selfish.
  3. While his imagination is one of his greatest strengths, it can drive him into paranoia.


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