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    Postman Pat
    Gender: Male
    Type: Friendly Postman
    Species: Human
    Portrayed by: Ken Barrie (seasons 1-5)
    Lewis MacLeod (Special Delivery Service)
    Stephen Mangan (2014 animated film)
    Status: Alive
    Media of origin: Postman Pat

    Patrick "Pat" Clifton, known to his friends as Postman Pat, is the titular character of Postman Pat. He is the village postman for Greendale and the head postman for the Special Delivery Service in Pencaster. Pat lives at Forge Cottage in Greendale with his wife Sara and son Julian, who is six years old. His pet cat Jess also comes with him on his post rounds.

    Why He Can Deliver Things Well

    1. He is a classic British cartoon icon like Danger Mouse, Fireman Sam, Pingu, Bob the Builder, Paddington Bear, Peter Rabbit, Sooty, Noddy, and Thomas the Tank Engine.
    2. He is pretty good at his job of being a postman.
    3. He is a good parent to Julian and a good husband to Sara.
    4. He wants to make sure everyone has their post at the end of the day.
    5. He also wants to make sure all of his friends are happy.
    6. He is genuinely a polite person who treats Greendale with respect.
    7. His iconic friendship with his black-and-white cat Jess.
    8. Even after his show declined after Special Delivery Service and the 2014 animated movie, his character still remained as a likeable protagonist and was never flanderized.

    Bad Qualities

    1. He is a bit of a Gary Stu, as everyone loves him and he rarely does anything wrong.
    2. Hasn't been seen much in the United States, making the character rare and almost even obscure therein. He is a bit popular with longtime fans of Qubo, due to airing on there, but he has not seen much recognition stateside otherwise.


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