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[[File:Two-Brains and his Henchmen.JPG|thumb|Two-Brains and his henchmen]]'''Two-Brains' henchmen''' are villains on the series ''WordGirl''. They are [[Doctor Two-Brains|the evil doctor]]'s hired hands and look the typical part, but do not actually seem very evil. It seems that most of the time, they either get him out of trouble, or annoy him like crazy. They aren't very smart or scary, but help Two-Brains just for the sake of helping him, and at times even appear to have formed a friendship with [[WordGirl]] (however, nearly all of the villains seem to have a minor friendship with WordGirl before turning back to the crime they were committing). They wear green jumpsuits and bear Dr. Two-Brains' logo on the abdomens of their suits.
 
[[File:Two-Brains and his Henchmen.JPG|thumb|Two-Brains and his henchmen]]'''Two-Brains' henchmen''' are villains on the series ''WordGirl''. They are [[Doctor Two-Brains|the evil doctor]]'s hired hands and look the typical part, but do not actually seem very evil. It seems that most of the time, they either get him out of trouble, or annoy him like crazy. They aren't very smart or scary, but help Two-Brains just for the sake of helping him, and at times even appear to have formed a friendship with [[WordGirl]] (however, nearly all of the villains seem to have a minor friendship with WordGirl before turning back to the crime they were committing). They wear green jumpsuits and bear Dr. Two-Brains' logo on the abdomens of their suits.
   
They will do most anything Two-Brains tells them to, though perhaps a bit too literally (for example, when Two-Brains tells them to obey the next person to wear his lab coat while he's gone in "Crime Takes a Holiday" and [[Glen Furlblam|Glen]] - by a series of occurances - gets his lab coat, they disobey further orders from their real boss in favor of obeying Glen.)
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They will do most anything Two-Brains tells them to, though perhaps a bit too literally (for example, when Two-Brains tells them to obey the next person to wear his lab coat while he's gone in "Crime Takes a Holiday" and [[Doctor Three-Brains|Glen]] - by a series of occurances - gets his lab coat, they disobey further orders from their real boss in favor of obeying Glen.)
   
 
In addition to being fond of animals, the henchmen are excited by events and fun things such as vacations, fishing trips, and barbershop quartet competitions, thus further dampening their villainous image.
 
In addition to being fond of animals, the henchmen are excited by events and fun things such as vacations, fishing trips, and barbershop quartet competitions, thus further dampening their villainous image.
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==Names==
 
==Names==
 
*[[Charlie]]
 
*[[Charlie]]
*"[[Unnamed Henchman|Meatloaf]]"
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*[[Unnamed Henchman]]
 
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[[Category:Males]]

Latest revision as of 05:27, November 10, 2019

Two-Brains and his Henchmen

Two-Brains and his henchmen

Two-Brains' henchmen are villains on the series WordGirl. They are the evil doctor's hired hands and look the typical part, but do not actually seem very evil. It seems that most of the time, they either get him out of trouble, or annoy him like crazy. They aren't very smart or scary, but help Two-Brains just for the sake of helping him, and at times even appear to have formed a friendship with WordGirl (however, nearly all of the villains seem to have a minor friendship with WordGirl before turning back to the crime they were committing). They wear green jumpsuits and bear Dr. Two-Brains' logo on the abdomens of their suits.

They will do most anything Two-Brains tells them to, though perhaps a bit too literally (for example, when Two-Brains tells them to obey the next person to wear his lab coat while he's gone in "Crime Takes a Holiday" and Glen - by a series of occurances - gets his lab coat, they disobey further orders from their real boss in favor of obeying Glen.)

In addition to being fond of animals, the henchmen are excited by events and fun things such as vacations, fishing trips, and barbershop quartet competitions, thus further dampening their villainous image.

Although there are some times when Two-Brains is mad at his henchmen (such as when they ruin his plans), he also sometimes treats them as if they were his children; in "The Ballad of Steve McClean", when they asked if they could watch TV with him, Two-Brains asked "Have you both had your baths?". Another time, in "Kids Action News", when their plan to steal the world's largest grilled cheese sandwich failed, Two-Brains told his henchmen "You can watch the walls of your bedroom; you're grounded!"

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