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The main protagonist. Bezzy (left), Heloise (middle), and Jimmy (right).

This is a character list of the Teletoon/Disney original animated series, Jimmy Two-Shoes.

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James "Jimmy" Two-Shoes

(Cory Doran) - The eponymous protagonist. He is a perpetually optimistic, thrill-seeking 14-year-old boy. Jimmy is tall, has blonde hair and a gap in his teeth. He wears a light green shirt and blue pants. He has a mission to spread happiness to Miseryville which makes him a source irritation to Lucius Heinous VII, whom Jimmy nicknames "Lucy". He is often seen doing extreme activities despite Heloise's warnings. Jimmy is also distracted very easily and always thinks he can make anything fun. One of Jimmy's favorite things to do is hang out with Beezy and Heloise. He often acts before he thinks. In "Catalouge of Misery" it is shown he may have financial problems. Jimmy is also very brave and will quickly step into a life threatening situation to help people.

Jimmy is also clueless to the fact that Heloise has a crush on him- even when she tries to make it obvious, somewhat due to the fact that whenever she tries to do something nice, it always backfires and turns to an evil plan. It is shown to be almost impossible to get him upset (some of the only things that make him upset are butterscotch and pickles), and he is rather ignorant of the faults in others. Jimmy sometimes annoys other characters especially Lucius. Jimmy and Heloise appear as the only actual "humans" in Miseryville (No characters have mentioned this in the show.) Jimmy apparently hasn't lived in Miseryville for very long shown in a few episodes, e.g. he doesn't know about hibernation in 'I Am Jimmy' or didn't know grounded in Miseryville literally means being buried to the head up in 'Pop-Sicles'. He owns a pet monster named Cerbee, whose demeanor is very similar to that of a dog (in fact, the characters always refer to Cerbee as a dog). Jimmy lived somewhere besides Miseryville and somehow ended up there through a series of events, as he mentions snow to Beezy and Heloise, both of whom are clueless about it, as it had never snowed in Miseryville before. Jimmy's house is between Beezy's and Heloise's. He does not appear to attend school. His catchphrase is "Jimmy, you mad genius!", which he often says when he has an idea. Jimmy's and Heloise's parents are never mentioned in the show and also never appear. He is a fan of Runny and the Nosebleeds.

Beezy J. Heinous

(Brian Froud) - Jimmy's best friend and first sidekick, a giant, red, devil-like monster and wears a pair of brown shorts. He is the clueless and lazy teenage son of Lucius Heinous the Seventh. He looks somewhat like his father (all the men Heinous family share similar traits) but is much bigger and has a tail. He is one of the bigger monsters in Miserville, but it is shown that not only a year ago he was the same height as Lucius and Sammy. Also, in "Best Prank Ever", during a flashback it is shown that he may have had braces. He would rather hang out with Jimmy and Heloise than spread misery, much to his father's dismay. Lucius is sometimes embarrassed that he's related to him. Because of this, he has an estranged relationship with his father. He is frequently seen lying on a couch, even outdoors, and constantly uses the phrase "No you are!" as a comeback, even when it doesn't make sense. Beezy doesn't exactly like Heloise and often tries to play tricks on her but they usually blow up in his face. In "There's Always a Hiccup" Heloise accidentally runs in to Beezy, which results in them accidentally kissing each other, something that they both hated. Beezy cried afterward. Some of Beezy's more negative traits were shown in Jimmy Matchmaker, such as getting a child to shave his back, and licking the back of a random stranger (who, in turn, was licking a brick wall). He is constantly eating, but when he is not doing this he's either talking on his cell phone (He loves cell phones and is said to have 'cellphone-itis'), listening to music, hanging out with Jimmy, or sleeping. He is so lazy that he once hired a butler to do everything for him (eating, walking, dancing, cleaning, partying, making expressions, asking his dad for a helicopter, ext.) and once became leader of the Gnomans, who he ordered to do almost everything for him. He is also very dirty, hates baths, and loves garbage (shown in "Ghost Smackers" when it was said that he rents room out to garbage and in "Fused Together" when he destroyed Heloise's living room and later said that he had done wonders with it). He hates baths and pizza crust. Beezy and Heloise constantly fight about who is Jimmy's best friend. He is also known to pee sitting down. Shown in I Totally Shredded My Cheese and The Masked Jackhammer, he apparently runs some kind of business he calls 'Beezy Talent Agency', or sometimes, 'The Beezy Got Talent Agency'. His card consists of a poorly made picture of himself with a tuxedo taped on it and hair scribbled on with a marker. He is apparently the only Heinous not named Lucius. When dressing for a formal event, he adds a white collar with a black bow-tie and white cuffs to his regular clothing. Beezy also lives in what looks like his father's garage beside Jimmy's house and his father's mansion. Both his and his father's houses look like skulls. Although his father is in the show his mother is never mentioned. He is a fan of Runny and the Nosebleeds. His name is probably derived from Beelzebub. He may represent the sin of greed and gluttony.

Heloise

(Tabitha St. Germain) - A super-intelligent yet destructive small girl and Jimmy's second sidekick. She is seen as a mad scientist who enjoys spreading chaos wherever she goes though she has the appearance of a diminutive, sweet little girl with high-lighted blond hair and teal/gray eyes (Although the shade of her eyes change a little from episode to episode). She wears a crimson gown, regardless of location, and has been occasionally seen wearing glasses. The only times she did change her outfit was in "A Cold Day in Miseryville" when she wore an all black gown and sunglasses while playing the drums, in "Ghostsmackers" when she wore a striped crimson gown as a nightgown, and in "Scent of a Heinous" when she wore a "fancy" dress, lipstick, and ear rings to the perfume opening ceremony (an outfit that did get her a little attention from Jimmy). She wears her hair in a pony-tail style and has a scar on her forehead. It is shown that she might have feet, like when she was tap-dancing in "Heloise's Big Secret", but all of her outfits are full-length and reach the ground, so they have never been seen. She sometimes sithers like a snake, making the feet thing even more confusing. She apparently does not attend school, instead working for Lucius as the head of reaserch and development at Misery Inc. Her job is to create despair-inducing products for the company. When she tries to scientifically explain one of her inventions to Jimmy and Beezy she usually has to give a simpler explanation.

She is tactless, self-centered, and sadistic and apparently hates almost everyone she comes in contact with shown when she tied up and dug a grave for a random civilian. However, she does have feelings, proven by the fact that she likes Jimmy. In 'Fused Together' she has a shrine dedicated to Jimmy in a small room hidden behind a cabinet which has almost been found by other characters. Her shrine appears again in 'Pet Rocky' (Only this time it's behind the fireplace). She has a hair-trigger, violent temper. She has a crush on Jimmy but doesn't particularly care for either Beezy or Cerbee, tolerating them (barely) mainly because of her fondness for Jimmy. Heloise constantly tries to make her feelings towards Jimmy known but Jimmy doesn't get the message. In one point, however, she sometimes wonders why she likes him (Edward Kay said that Jimmy's good nature appeals to the last shred of humanity in her). In 'Happy Birthday Lucius' she seems very happy and proud of Jimmy for being mean to Lucius. One of her most commonly used lines is "Don't get your horns in a twist", a phrase she often uses when dealing with Lucius.

She is also shown to envy other girls who come in contact with Jimmy like when she thought Jez and Jimmy were dating when really he was helping Lucius. She is shown to be the only one who isn't scared by the weavils. Her age is unclear, she is considerably smaller than Jimmy, but she is hyper-intelligent and has a job, so she may simply be petite. It is supposed that she may be around the same age as Jimmy and Beezy, but that cannot be proven. She does not engage in any 'normal' activity that might indicate her age, although people have called her "little girl" a few times in the show (including Jimmy) and usually ended up receiving a beating from her. Being nice is impossible for her, no matter how hard she tries, which usually lasts 5–10 minutes, because the evil side of her always wins over. She is generally in her best mood if she is spending time with Jimmy, particularly if they are alone; however, she can quickly lose her temper if someone intrudes, if Jimmy fails to pick up on her affections, or anything that annoys her at all occurs. When she gets really angry/evil her eyes turn into fireballs. She seems to be a lifetime resident of Miseryville, as she is completely clueless when Jimmy mentions snow. It is shown that the other people in Miseryville think she is scary. It is shown that Heloise will do whatever it takes to make people unhappy, especially when it comes to Beezy and Lucius. The only person she ever tries to help is Jimmy. Heloise lives in her own house beside Jimmy's, her home is a tall blue house with a barbecue in her backyard which she uses frequently. She is shown to have issues with ghosts and will "smack" any that she sees. She, like other main characters, is a fan of Runny and the Nosebleeds.

In the unaired pilot, Heloise was the spirit of a serial killer sent to Hell.[citation needed] She had pale skin and had rather ghoulish facial features but maintained the same petite sillhouette, as can be seen in one leaked screencap and two promotional images. She was hired by Lucius to torture Jimmy in the afterlife, which she was eager to do, but she found it difficult because Jimmy was impossible to displease. These aspects of her personality have been dropped, though artifacts of them like her working for Lucius and her general sadism linger. The long, stitched scar on her forehead may also be a nod to her undead origins, but the creator maintains that it was an aesthetic choice with no real explanation.

Lucius Heinous VII

(Sean Cullen) - The tyrannical ruler of Miseryville and the primary antagonist of the show. He resembles a devil-like creature having red skin and horns, and is also the father of Beezy J. Heinous. He has great contempt for his archenemy Jimmy, because of his happy-go-lucky attitude which often acts a foil to his plots to make the town even more miserable (which he takes great joy in). He resembles the stereotypical Villain as he is cold, malevolent, narcissistic, and self-serving. Lucius seems to think looking gross or smelling bad is a good thing and in 'Clowns Gone Wild' it is shown he owns a pair of underwear that he only washes every 6 months. He has a son, Beezy, who rebels against his wishes, which he blames Jimmy for. He also has a girlfriend named Jez who resembles a blue, humanoid cat. He also has a father whom he keeps frozen in the factory (along with his ancestors back to Lucius I). He had a miserable childhood and has painful flashbacks of how his father was cruel to him on his birthday, which explains his bitterness. He's an idiot when it comes to making new, miserable ideas and relies on Heloise's inventions, which he inevitably takes credit for; but if something goes wrong, of course, he is quick to blame Heloise. However, in "There's Always a Hiccup" he was able to design a dinosaur that terrorizes kids. He is at least eight hundred years old, as he stated in "Bad Horn Day" that was how long it took his horns to grow. Lucius extremely dislikes the weavils, especially their leader Reggie because he stole his stuffed rabbit 'Coochie Long-Ears'. He is also very short and is an egomaniac which shows he has a Napoleon complex. His name is probably derived from Lucifer.

Samuel "Samy" Garvin

(Dwayne Hill) - Lucius's assistant who has dreams of stardom and fame. He is rather timid, sensitive and weak and is often verbally abused by his boss. He resembles a short, goblin creature. In "Pop-Sicles" it is revealed that he also worked for Lucius' father, Lucius Heinous VI for at least 87 years, also in the episode "There will be Chocolate" he says he's worked there for a couple hundred years. He is usually assigned to do the most disgusting or dangerous jobs. He speaks with a lisp. When Samy hosts an event he wears a black wig a red suit and uses his puppet Humphrey von Sidekick. He dislikes Jimmy, Beezy and Heloise but can tolerate them more than Lucius. Samy is shown sleeping at the end of Lucius' bed in 'Ghostsmackers' which could mean he doesn't own a house. His name is probably derived from Samael.

Recurring characters

  • Jez (Valerie Buhagiar) - Lucius's girlfriend who resembles a tall, blue anthropomorphic creature who has interchangeable noses. She is very selfish and spoiled, and often breaks up or threatens to break up with Lucius if he is unable to please her (an act which is near impossible as she is shown to be very picky). She lives in a white mansion and has a dog named Jasmeen, who once fell in love with Jimmy's dog, Cerbee.
  • Cerbee - Jimmy's loyal but naughty pet. He is a green, dog-like monster that is supposed to resemble a head of cerberus (hence the name). He loves to eat anything. In "Monster Mutt" he is shown to have a lot of energy when Heloise shoots several tranqulizers into him and shows no signs of being tired. Cerbee doesn't seem to like Samy and Beezy very much (Usually biting or even eating them) but he seems to like Lucius. In "Best Bud Battle he has a dog house which (like many of the other structures in Miseryville) is bigger on the inside than on the outside. He once was fell in love with Jez's dog, Jasmeen.
  • Saffi (Sunday Muse) - Beezy's girlfriend, an orange, one-eyed, monster-like creature. Saffi always refers Beezy as "smoothy-smooth". She usually doesn't say many words aside from 'crush', 'yogurt', and 'smoothy-smooth', but she can talk. She has a hatred of statues and will destroy any she sees. In fact, the only sentence she spoke in the first episode she appeared in was, "No, I just hate statues." In "Butley Did It", she also said 'scratchy, scratchy' multiple times. Also, in "I Married a Weavil" she says, "I don't mind."
  • Jasmeen - Jez's dog. She is a small purple dog called a boohuahua. She once fell in love with Cerbee. At the end of 'Cerbee in Love' it is shown that she can talk.
  • General Molotov (Dwayne Hill) - A tan monster with pointy ears and a strong build. He works for Lucius and has a young son, a baby daughter, and a wife that intimidates him. In 'A Hair-Brained Idea' he explodes when Jimmy forces him to eat too many cookies (Yet seems to be fine in later episodes). He usually refers to those smaller than him as maggots. He speaks with a Russian accent. His name is probably derived from Moloch or Vyacheslav Molotov.
  • Molotov's Wife (Valerie Buhagiar) - The wife of General Molotov. She is a yellow monster with four arms and four legs who seems to be quite bossy and strict. It is shown in some episodes that she and Molitov may have marriage problems. It's possible she might not be very bright, shown in 'Baby Boom' when she didn't realise the lobster she was talking to was dead. She, like her husband, speaks with a Russian accent.
  • Tori- He is the son of General Molotov. He gets great enjoyment out of making his little sister spew and seems to be jealous of the attention she gets from others. He's a fan of Runny and the Nosebleeds. As of now 'Baby Boom' is the only episode he's spoken in, other episodes he usually just appears in the background. He does not have a Russian accent.
  • Baby Blamo- She is General Molotov's baby daughter. She is a very cute and small baby who vomits when pleased.
  • Reggie Weavil- The chief of The Weavils on Mt. Misery. He is a beige color with a white mustache and a black hat. He has dark pants and black hoof-like feet. His eyes (like most people in the show) seem to come halfway off his head. He bears a large snout that points far out and ends in a sharp black nose. Him and Lucius despise each other because of a 'harmless' camp joke where he took his bunny 'Coochie Long-Ears' and dropped a bear on him in an outhouse.

Minor characters

  • Lucius Heinous VI (Sean Cullen) - Lucius Heinous VII's father and Beezy's grandfather, whom he keeps frozen in the factory. He obviously doesn't get along with his son, as shown in "Pop-Sicles".In "Jimmy don't be a Hero" he says that he's been frozen for twenty years. He is also shown to do a better job at making monsters miserable. Lucius VII got to freeze his father after winning a bet against him, shown in "Night in the Heinous Museum".
  • Dorkus (Dwayne Hill) - He is a small pale creature with brown hair and is Heloise's assistant. He wears a pair of one lensed glasses and a suit. He seems to be an inventor, except his products aren't as practical as Heloise's. In 'Power Squid and Spaghetti Beezy' it is shown that Heloise has a cupboard filled with more of him which could mean any Dorkus that appears might not be the same one from a previous episode.
  • Lucius' Ancestors- Are former Rulers of Miseryville before they were frozen. Lucius I is seen to be feared by the Heinous family.
  • Dr. Scientist (Dwayne Hill) - This is the other scientist who lives in Miseryville. He has appeared in many episodes and has helped out Jimmy and Beezy in times when Heloise either would not or could not. It has been said that along with Heloise and two rocks, he is one of the most brilliant minds in all of Miseryville, although Heloise is shown to be much smarter than he is. He is not very evil, which may be because he does not fully understand the concept of being evil, and makes many mistakes. He is very short (though still taller than Heloise) and is shown to be some sort of pale man-like creature with a pointy nose, a mustasche that usually covers his mouth, glasses, a lab coat, and the top of his head looks like it had a cone shoved up underneath his skin. He is also shown to be jealous and afraid of Heloise, though he seems to be fond of Jimmy and Beezy. In "Cellphone-itis" it is revealed that he likes to dress like a chicken when he's home alone. He lives on the outskirts of Miseryville on a tall hill and usually when his house is shown a flash of lightning strikes. Also it is shown hw lives beside Molotov.
  • Runny and the Nosebleeds- Are a rock band in Miseryville. Jimmy, Beezy, Heloise and probably all of Miseryville are fans.
  • Rodeo Clowns- Evil clowns that hate Jimmy and Beezy.
  • The Weavles- These weasel like creatures like to con and make a fool out of Lucius, Beezy and Jimmy with horrible pranks. In 'Invasion Of The Weavils' they tried to annoy Heloise with loud music but she just got angry and attacked one of them. The head Weavle is an elder named Reggie.
  • Humphrey von Sidekick- He is Samy's puppet. He only appears when Samy is a host for some event. Like most cartoon ventriloquist dummies, he is occasionally shown, The Racing Bug, for an example, to have a mind of his own.
  • Mrs. Cheese-Breath- An old woman that appears in many episodes, usually as just a character in the background. She gets her name from her horrible breath. Although she was Lucius's 3rd grade teacher she seems to have some sort of crush on him, as in the episode "Heat Blanket Jimmy", she repeatedly asked him for a kiss. She tries to kiss Beezy in 'Clowns Gone Wild'.
  • Awe Guy- A small purple man, he is able to sound like an entire church choir by himself and is commonly used to implicate things as heavenly or great. In one of the 'Miseryville Moments' shorts he went to Heloise when he lost his singing voice.
  • Chuck the Bus-Driver- A corpse with a pink nose and grey skin. He had a very odd friendship with Jimmy. He used to be Beezy and Heloise's best friend, but they found him annoying and left him.
  • Luigi Hallo- The two-headed Italian gentleman seen in many episodes. Both heads usually argue with each other. They both have black hair, a long nose and a bushy mustache.
  • Apple- She is a pink monster with brown hair and wears a purple dress. Her name has only been mentioned in the episode "Scent of a Heinous" this is also the only time she's spoken. She seems to work as a reporter.
  • Lava Worm- Basically a thick pink worm with a mouth full of crooked jagged teeth. The creature is seen throughout many episodes as more of a running gag than a character. Instead of being one character, the lava worm seems to be a species, as it has different voices in each episode. A lava worm is also kind of an insult in Miseryville. In the episode, 'Cold Day in Miseryville', Jimmy says "Last one to the bottom is an dirty lava worm!" and in 'Monster Mutt' Heloise often says "What am I? Some ugly disgusting lava worm?" Often to the dislike of the creature itself.
  • Big Lava Worm- A huge worm found at the beaches of Miseryville. They often burst out of the sand head first and swallow anyone or anything that's there. A big lava worm by the name of Mort lives under Cerbee's dog hose and talks with Heloise in "Jimmy in the big house".

Villains

  • Lucius Heinous VII(Sean Cullen) - The tyrannical ruler of Miseryville and the primary antagonist of the show. He resembles a devil-like creature having red skin and horns, and is also the father of Beezy J. Heinous. He has great contempt for his archenemy Jimmy, because of his happy-go-lucky attitude which often acts a foil to his plots to make the town even more miserable (which he takes great joy in). He resembles the stereotypical Villain as he is cold, malevolent, narcissistic, and self-serving. Lucius seems to think looking gross or smelling bad is a good thing and in 'Clowns Gone Wild' it is shown he owns a pair of underwear that he only washes every 6 months. He has a son, Beezy, who rebels against his wishes, which he blames Jimmy for. He also has a girlfriend named Jez who resembles a blue, humanoid cat. He also has a father whom he keeps frozen in the factory (along with his ancestors back to Lucius I). He had a miserable childhood and has painful flashbacks of how his father was cruel to him on his birthday, which explains his bitterness. He's an idiot when it comes to making new, miserable ideas and relies on Heloise's inventions, which he inevitably takes credit for; but if something goes wrong, of course, he is quick to blame Heloise. However, in "There's Always a Hiccup" he was able to design a dinosaur that terrorizes kids. He is at least eight hundred years old, as he stated in "Bad Horn Day" that was how long it took his horns to grow. Lucius extremely dislikes the weavils, especially their leader Reggie because he stole his stuffed rabbit 'Coochie Long-Ears'. He is also very short and is an egomaniac which shows he has a Napoleon complex. His name is probably derived from Lucifer.
    • Samuel "Samy" Garvin(Dwayne Hill) - Lucius's assistant who has dreams of stardom and fame. He is rather timid, sensitive and weak and is often verbally abused by his boss. He resembles a short, goblin creature. In "Pop-Sicles" it is revealed that he also worked for Lucius' father, Lucius Heinous VI for at least 87 years, also in the episode "There will be Chocolate" he says he's worked there for a couple hundred years. He is usually assigned to do the most disgusting or dangerous jobs. He speaks with a lisp. When Samy hosts an event he wears a black wig a red suit and uses his puppet Humphrey von Sidekick. He dislikes Jimmy, Beezy and Heloise but can tolerate them more than Lucius. Samy is shown sleeping at the end of Lucius' bed in 'Ghostsmackers' which could mean he doesn't own a house. His name is probably derived from Samael.

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