Uncle Grandpa

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Uncle Grandpa is a television show on the Cartoon Network. It started/was originally aired on February 11, 2013. Uncle Grandpa and the turtles are voiced by Peter Browngardt who voiced Nathan and dogs on Clarence. Belly Bag (Uncle Grandpa's best friend and one of his creations)/other kids/Tiny Miracle the Robot Boy Helper Buddy is voiced by Eric Bauza/Tom Kenny. Marshal Mr. Gus Kevin Michael Richardson was best friends with Uncle Grandpa again since the episode "Prank Wars" (2013). Mr. Gus' bad/lie quote/catchphrase only on the episode "Treasure Map" (2013) is "I kept tellin' ya "this ain't no map, it's a stupid placemat just for kids!" (not "Embrace the weird, Mr. Gus!" and what he said to his friends in the subway). Tiny Miracle appeared in the pilot. The show is written by Myke Chilian.

Synopsis[change | change source]

Uncle Grandpa, a magical shapeshifting humanoid, stops by children's houses every day to see how they are doing. The children he visits have a problem of their own and Uncle Grandpa tries to help them through a series of chaotic and surreal misadventures. He is a clowny sort of person who sometimes eats inedible objects (paper, and mostly books). He drives/lives in a UG-2000 model robotic RV known as the Perpetual Persistence and is accompanied by a talking red fanny pack named Belly Bag, a green dinosauroid named Mr. Gus, a static photographic cutout of a tiger named Giant Realistic Flying Tiger, and an anthropomorphic pepperoni pizza slice named Pizza Steve. He greets everybody using “Good Morning.”

Characters[change | change source]

Pizza Steve Mr. Gus Captain General Uncle Grandpa Belly Bag

Episodes[change | change source]

Season premiere and season finale