|Interest(s):||Golf, fishing, competitions, his jobs, money|
|Relatives:||Pod Lumpys (clones)|
|Enemies/Rivals:||Lifty & Shifty|
|Love Interest(s):||Giggles (in Wipe Out, debatably As You Wish)|
Petunia (in Wipe Out)
|Deaths:||52||(47 from Regular Episodes)|
(1 from Kringles)
(1 from HTF Break)
(1 from others)
|First Appearance:||"Banjo Frenzy" (Pilot Episode)|
|First Victim:||Giggles||from "Banjo Frenzy"|
|First Death:||"Havin' A Ball"|
|Voice Actor/Actress:||Rhode Montijo|
|(2000 - 2005)|
(2005 - present)
He is a light blue moose with low I.Q., bad teeth (although they are clear white), distorted eyes and mismatched antlers. He is known to be the big brother, or perhaps babysitter of many of the other characters. He usually means well but he's clumsy and extremely stupid. Furthermore, he screams like a girl. His usual catchphrase is "Mmm-hmm!" when he thinks he solved a problem or when he is satisfied.
Although Lumpy is normally portrayed a good character, he can be portrayed as an evil character at times. While he generally never kills anyone by design, he is portrayed evil for the first time in Dunce Upon a Time. However the first episode he killed another character intentionally was Happy Trails Pt. 2: Jumping the Shark. A famous example of Lumpy's antagonistic side is in We're Scrooged, where he is shown to be quite greedy and has done some wrong-doings such as stealing a coin from Mole and intentionally killing Toothy to sell his body parts. This is one of the few times where Lumpy has deliberately done wrongful actions for his own gain, as in most cases, they are done because of his stupidity. One of the other notable cases is in Every Litter Bit Hurts, where he is seen dumping garbage into a lake, among doing other harmful acts toward the environment.
Lumpy has unique design in compared to other most characters, as he is the only character with a standard nose and two nostrils (all of the smaller Happy Tree Friends except Sniffles and Truffles have heart-shaped noses). He is one of two characters (along with Handy) whose hands don't turn mitten-esque. He is also one of the only characters without Pac-Man-shaped pupils (along with Mole, Lifty & Shifty (not always), Nutty, Evil Flippy, and Cro-Marmot). Lumpy has appeared in the most episodes out of all the Tree Friends, and most fans consider him the odd one out due to his height and lack of a normal Happy Tree Friend style face. There were some arguments about his appearance being too close to "Bullwinkle" and "Montgomery Moose", the group's leader of The Get-Along Gang, so his right antler was drawn upside down. He's a hillbilly judging by his voice, his lifestyle, and the clothes he sometimes wears.
Lumpy is known to care for other things like in when he cared for that corn or in junk in Junk in the Trunk he had a pet elephant.
Lumpy has had many occupations in many episodes, including teacher, farmer, bus driver, convenience store clerk, police officer, to name a few. He is usually a fill-in character like Wooldoor Sockbat from Drawn Together. He is often shown in tremendously incongruous situations, such as lounging lazily, shirtless, and in a hammock, while the rest of the Happy Tree Friends gang are playing in the snow, as seen in Snow What? That's What!. He is also the tallest main character standing about twice as tall as all the other characters. The only characters to match him in height have been minor characters, such as Giggles' Mom, or Ka-Pow! characters, like the Tiger General.
Lumpy by far has the series' highest kill count. His low intelligence is often the cause of other characters' deaths, and sometimes his own. In fact, Lumpy has caused the death of every character at least once, except for Splendid. Cuddles is, so far, Lumpy's most frequent victim. Lumpy's deaths usually involve impalement, explosions, dismemberment, getting crushed, or animals. Due to his strength and size, he tends to survive more punishment before finally dying compared to the other tree friends. As a result, his deaths are usually extremely painful. Lumpy often has a habit of falling off of high places, (Dunce Upon A Time, All Flocked Up, Concrete Solution, Take A Hike, Letter Late Than Never, Wingin' It). He mostly lives in a trashy trailer and drives a Lincoln Continental. His MySpace account mentions that his favorite foods are cheese and sandwiches, his favorite dessert is cheesecake, and that he likes to talk to lettuce as seen in the Collect Them All Section
Lumpy is not a playable character in the PC version but is in the XBOX 360 video game, Happy Tree Friends: False Alarm, although he does appear as an icon on the HUD (heads up display). In the minds of many viewers Lumpy has an extremely dysfunctional brain, however, it is notable he has the most responsibility of the characters. A good example of this is From A to Zoo where it's his job to look after five of the younger characters. At times he is rather bossy as in Peas in a Pod, A Change of Heart and See What Develops.
He has spoken clear english the most times. He sometimes cusses "What the fuck?" whenever he sees something weird or disturbing. He also, when Sniffles is about to exit his store in "We're Scrooged", he says "No, wait! Hold on a minute!", or when when he says "Boring..." to Mime when Mime juggles on a ball in "Mime to Five", caroled 4 different songs at people's houses, was able to tell Sniffles about Toothy breaking his arm in "Blast From the Past" in clear english, and has done it many other times too.
Occupations and Careers
For more information, see List of Occupations, for an in-depth review, see Lumpy's Careers
Lumpy is well known for having a wide variety of jobs in different episodes. According to the writers, the reason why they give Lumpy most jobs is because his ineptitude often serves as the mechanism for something funny to happen. He is considered as the "Jack of all Trades" of the show.
- Race-car Driver - Wheelin' and Dealin'
- Carny – Pitchin' Impossible
- Butcher – Meat Me For Lunch
- Fisherman - Off the Hook; Sea What I Found
- Bus Driver – Happy Trails; From A to Zoo
- Skating Rink Worker – Rink Hijinks
- Farmer – Milkin' It; Aw, Shucks!; Peas in a Pod
- School Play Director – Class Act
- Magician – I Get a Trick Out of You
- Lumberjack – Out on a Limb
- Convenience Store Clerk – Icy You
- Teacher - From A to Zoo; Something Fishy
- Grave Digger – Remains to be Seen; Can't Stop Coffin
- Ski Patroller – Ski Patrol
- Amusement Park Owner – The Wrong Side of the Tracks
- Truck Driver – From Hero to Eternity; Without A Hitch
- Physician – Party Animal
- Police Officer – Don't Yank My Chain; A Bit of a Pickle; A Vicious Cycle
- Animal Control – Doggone It
- Construction Worker – Concrete Solution; All Work and No Play
- Seaman – Sea What I Found
- Plumber – Wishy Washy
- Firefighter – Who's to Flame?; See You Later, Elevator
- Sanitation Engineer – Every Litter Bit Hurts
- Genie – As You Wish
- Scoutmaster – Take a Hike
- Ringmaster – Mime to Five
- Orthodontist/Surgeon – A Change of Heart; Chew Said a Mouthful; I Nub You
- Golfer - Chew Said a Mouthful; Tongue in Cheek
- Newspaper Editor – See What Develops
- Lookout - Idol Curiosity
- Optometrist – A Sight For Sore Eyes
- Surfer – Wipe Out!
- Mailman – Letter Late Than Never
- Backup Guitarist – In a Jam
- Psychiatrist – Double Whammy (Parts 1 and 2)
- Priest/Exorcist – Read 'em and Weep
- Toy Store Manager - We're Scrooged!
- Milkman - A Sucker for Love (Nutty's imagination only)
- Carol Singer - Kringle Carols; Deck the Halls; We Wish You
- Motion Picture Projectionist - Happy New Year
- Janitor - Moppin Up, Dream Job
- Donut Shop Worker - The Chokes On You
- Daredevil/Stuntman - Brake The Cycle
- News Reporter - Breaking Wind
- Santa Claus - No Time Like the Present
- Swimmer- By The Seat Of Your Pants
- Lifeguard - You're Kraken Me Up
- Street Sweeper - Cubtron Z
- Gas Station Worker - Spare Tire
- Camp Counselor - Camp Pokeneyeout
Acts Of Stupidity
Lumpy is well known for his stupidity in many episodes. Here is a list of his acts of stupidity:
- Spin Fun Knowin' Ya: Spins the merry-go-round so hard it causes Cuddles, Toothy, and Giggles to fly off.
- Wheelin' and Dealin': Wears a snorkel and scuba mask in a cart race.
- Treasure Those Idol Moments: Runs over Flaky in clear sight. This was caused by the Idol, though, so it doesn't count.
- Dunce Upon A Time: Sticks a fork in a plugged in toaster 3 times.
- You're Bakin' Me Crazy: Brings Petunia a blood-covered cake (presumably made of Giggles' flesh) and stupidly says "Merry Christmas!" at her birthday party.
- Meat Me for Lunch: Doesn't care at all that Lifty & Shifty were killed, and used their remains to make meat for his butcher's shop. (debatable, as Lumpy not caring that the raccoons were killed and feeding them to his customers simply showed his vengeful side; However, he looks surprised when Petunia realizes she's eating someone).
- It's a Snap: Falls for bear traps baited with cheese.
- Snow What? That's What!: Lies shirtless on a hammock with a drink... in the winter. Although to be fair, he doesn't seem to be shivering or showing signs of hypothermia.
- Happy Trails Pt. 1: Isn't paying attention to the road, causing a crash on a stranded island. To be fair, Petunia and Mime took his attention away from the road.
- Class Act: Instructs Toothy to go on with his act despite the other play actors' injuries.
- Rink Hijinks: Wearing skis at a rollerskating rink.
- The Way You Make Me Wheel: Shaves while driving, resulting in his death and Handy's death as well.
- I Get a Trick Out of You: Unintentionally suffocates a bird by keeping it in his hat, saws Cuddles' in half due to a magic trick, and later uses up the blood which Cuddles needed to survive.
- Icy You: Somehow gets his tongue stuck in hot dog rollers and keeps working with his tongue stuck.
- Out on a Limb: Cuts off the leg which wasn't stuck under the tree instead of vise versa.
- Remains to be Seen: Chooses a leaf blower over a chainsaw to kill the zombies. But since Lumpy successfully defeated Flippy with said leaf blower, it really isn't stupid at all. But, considering the situation and Lumpy's luck, the chainsaw would have been a better choice.
- From A to Zoo: Puts in a dart the wrong direction, causing it to go down his throat and choke himself. (he was doing this carelessly, however, not stupidly) He also doesn't notice a rhino's horn obviously went through Toothy's head, and mistakes a baboon for Sniffles.
- The Wrong Side of the Tracks: Designs a roller coaster so poorly that it causes the deaths of the riders and himself. He also nails a wooden board to his ride with Mime impaled to it.
- Don't Yank My Chain: Falls for Lifty & Shifty's foolish disguises and arrests Handy and Mole. Leaves the cell open with the keys near it. Takes several seconds to realize that Handy and Mole had gotten away. Uses part of Mole's sweater (a clue to finding them) to blow his nose.
- Doggone It: Blows a whistle and causes puppies to attack him. Assuming that only that Whistle would go berserk, and not all of the look-alikes, is not particularly stupid. If only Whistle goes berserk, it would be a sensible way of distinguishing him from the others, as Lumpy felt he could handle one Whistle.
- Concrete Solution: Makes a bridge out of sugar instead of cement. To be fair, who would have expected a bag of sugar mixed in with a bag of cement, especially as their bags have the same color, shape and size? Probably more of carelessness than stupidity, and he did complete the bridge alone after Handy and Mole were killed, and would have been successful if not for Nutty). The real act of stupidity in this episode is looking inside the nail gun and firing it. He was lucky it wasn't plugged in.
- Wishy Washy: When Petunia chokes on a glove, Lumpy puts his plunger into Petunia's mouth in order to help her.
- Who's to Flame: Foolishly plays with a lit match, which is ironic considering his fireman job (Not particularly stupid, because he's playing it in such a way that won't cause disasters).
- Every Litter Bit Hurts: Destroys an entire tree just to make one toothpick (Though this was just to show how much of an a-hole he is in this episode) and clogged his exaughst pipe with a pine cone.
- As You Wish: He also sets Cub on fire and gets him run over by a firetruck. To be fair, it really depended on how Pop worded his wish, as Lumpy was able to successfully grant Nutty and Disco Bear's wishes.
- Take a Hike: Dunks Sniffles in a river with sharp rocks, piercing his head repeatedly. Uses up all the drinking water or shaving. Doesn't look after the group well enough. Takes a nearly broken bridge over a strong one (though this was out of fear, so he wasn't paying attention).
- A Change of Heart: Lumpy repeatedly losing the normal sized hearts due to his not paying attention. However, he did successfully implant a whale heart on a bear with Disco Bear surviving, and knew that using a bicycle pump would keep Disco Bear alive, so even if it looks stupid, it was probably not.
- Blast from the Past: Pushes his body so hard on a seesaw that the handle impales him. Later repeats his stupid acts that he did in "Spin Fun Knowin' Ya!".
- Chew Said a Mouthful: Mistakes a jawbreaker for Toothy's eye and draws a pupil on it and puts it in Toothy's eye socket, also drawing a mustache on him.
- Idol Curiosity: Mistakes ice in Toothy's drink for an iceberg.
- Home Is Where the Hurt Is: Folds the blueprints of Giggles' new house into a origami crane. Later, he connects eletrical pipes to normal pipes for the shower, which electrocutes Petunia later.
- Aw Shucks!: Unintentionally destroyed his house while trying to kill a crow, and thought Toothy's corpse was his scare-crow. Although to be fair, Lumpy might have known it was Toothy, but simply did not care as long as he could serve as a scarecrow.
- Wingin' It: Uses many electronics, despite Mime telling him not too. Later, he takes all five parachutes and jumps out the plane. But to be fair, taking a five parachutes simply meant that he did not care for his fellow passengers, not particularly stupid. What is stupid is his failure to properly wear even one of these parachutes properly so in the end, it didn't save him.
- Tongue in Cheek: Mistakes the skin from Sniffles' hand as his glove and his organs as a mini-golf course. Although he could have known it was Sniffles' hand and his organs, but he just didn't care as long as he had fun playing golf.
- I've Got You Under My Skin: Tries to fix his leg (or stop Sniffles from travelling further up his body), but ends up severing it. He is also shown to have numerous strange items, including a plane propeller and a bear trap, inside his pockets.
- Junk in the Trunk: Takes forever to compare the elephant in Lifty & Shifty's car and the one he put on his missing elephant poster. He also chooses a pogo stick over a race car to chase after the thieves. Although to be fair, he was successful in chasing the twins with the pogo stick, so that was not particularly stupid.
- Hear Today, Gone Tomorrow: Doesn't realize his can was on his butt and ran to get some new things. He later tries to use a trombone as a hearing aid, wears a birthday hat the wrong way, and tries to phone for help using a can telephone.
- Double Whammy Part 1 and 2: Hypnotizes himself, making him act like a chicken. This is later seen again in part 2, where he is inside a chicken truck trying to lay eggs.
- Can't Stop Coffin: Buries an empty coffin, fills the hole with water, and drives his truck into it, crushing Cuddles
- All Flocked Up: Tries to pop his balloons with a rock, but accidentally throws it at Toothy, causing his face to land in hot tar (debatable, may simply be a wrong aim).
- Something Fishy: Uses the fish bowl as the Helmet.
- I Nub You: Sews Handy and Petunia together, and ends up sewing his own arms on them.
- See You Later, Elevator: He uses an elevator during a fire, which isn't safe. Tries CPR on the lower half of Cuddles' corpse.
- Milk Pong: Chokes on a ball, later drinks bleach instead of milk, doesn't notice a rat in the cup (twice), and tries to get the ball out of a wood chipper with his bare hands.
- The Chokes on You: Eats donuts while working, and doesn't chew before swallowing. This leads to him cutting his throat open and inevitably sending him to his demise.
- Brake The Cycle: Spills too much gasoline while pouring it into his motorbike, which let him getting burnt to death.
- All In Vein: Leaves Giggles in the fridge for too long, causing her blood to harden. He later drinks too much blood, causing him to go overweight.
- No Time Like the Present: Brings Handy a pair of mittens, ironic considering his lack of hands.
- You're Kraken Me Up: Instead of rescuing Russell, he saves the squid tentacle with Giggles' head on it, thinking it was Giggles. He makes a similar mistake later on by feeding a bottle of milk to Cub's head attached to a tentacle.
- All Work and No Play: Mistakes a pole for an antler, Attempts to save Nutty by jackhammering the top of the wall, resulting in his torso getting completely mangled. Later saves Sniffles, but is distracted by Lammy, resulting in him getting smashed to pieces by the excavator's buckets closing in on his head. (Lumpy ironically, knows Lammy is already impaled through the brain earlier in the episode).
- A Vicious Cycle: Eats chips out of Disco Bear's brain. While hiding in from a possessed tricycle, he bites a chip and the crunch noise blows his cover.
- Spare Tire: Forget his client for a "no important thing" and throw fire on gasoline.
- Dream Job: Messes with the television so much that Sniffles' dreams become erased and the TV turns off.
- Ski Patrol: Messes up and causes the deaths of numerous characters. Though this could also have been the narrator's fault for misinterpreting the instructions, and the fact that the narrator continues to praise him even after such mishaps.
- Kringle Tree: Axes Giggles' head trying to chop down a tree.
- Kringle Feast: Takes him a long time just to start up a lighter. Then he kills himself (and others) from an explosion because he left the gas open too long while trying to light a lighter. Although to be fair, having a hard time starting a lighter isn't by itself a sign of stupidity.
- Kringle Frosty: Skis over Sniffles and Toothy, killing them. Although he might have missed them because he plowed through their snowman in the first place.
- Strain Kringle: Throws a rock at Cuddles and Toothy, when a snowball would have been more preferable (Possibly he was being a jerk).
- Seize the Day: Uses a defibrillator on Cuddles while he is having a seizure, resulting in his death.
- Happy New Year: Crashes into Flaky and Russell, crushes Cuddles, and somehow gets the film wrapped around his body.
- Moppin Up: Forgets to put a Wet Floor sign while mopping, causing Sniffles to break his head.
Seen on Computer and on TV
- Havin' a Ball: Crushed by a medical helicopter.
- Pitchin' Impossible: Vertically cut in half by a runaway Ferris Wheel.
- Treasure These Idol Moments: Dies in an idol-induced car crash.
- It's a Snap: Decapitated by Splendid's laser vision.
- Snow What? That's What!: Spun around in his hammock by Cro-Marmot, wringing out his blood (debatable).
- Rink Hijinks: Cub tears his heart out with a claw machine.
- Get Whale Soon: Impaled through the head by Russell's harpoon.
- Milkin' it: Upper body turned inside out by a metal pivot.
- Class Act: Dies in an explosion caused by Toothy.
- The Way You Make Me Wheel: Dies of massive blood loss after cutting his throat with a razor.
- I Get a Trick out of You: Suffocates due to the smoke emitted from a smoke bomb.
- Keepin' it Reel: Neck broken by Flippy off-screen.
- Blind Date: Top of head ripped off when Mole crashes into Handy's truck.
- From A to Zoo: Dies in a bus crash.
- Kringle Feast: Dies in an explosion after lighting a match in a gas leak.
- The Wrong Side of the Tracks: Filed down by a runaway kart.
- From Hero to Eternity: Splendid blasts the top half of his body into space, where he dies from a lack of oxygen.
- Ipso Fatso: Gets smashed into a brick wall.
- Don't Yank My Chain: Head crushed by a chain ball.
- Doggone it: Torn apart by numerous killer dogs.
- Concrete Solution: Crushed by a cement block.
- Sea What I Found: Limbs cut off by a flailing air hose, then drowns.
- Wishy Washy: Crushed and burnt by a boiler.
- Who's to Flame?: Dies in an explosion caused by Mole.
- Every Litter bit Hurts: Gets torn through the center by a sharp tree stump.
- Take a Hike: Mauled by a grizzly bear.
- Dunce Upon a Time: Cut in half by a castle spire.
- A Hole Lotta Love: Shredded by a giant drill machine.
- Mime to Five: Eaten by killer ducks.
- Blast From the Past: (1) Impaled by Toothy. (2) Impaled on a seesaw handle.
- Idol Curiosity: Impaled through the head by a telescope.
- Home is Where the Hurt is: Forced through a vent by a fold-out bed.
- Wipe Out: Skinned into a surfboard by Mole.
- Letter Late than Never: Eaten by a killer turtle.
- Wingin' it: Crushed by a filing cabinet.
- I've Got You Under My Skin: Head explodes when Sniffles' shrinking machine re-enlarges in his nose.
- In a Jam: Blown to pieces by the intense volume of Cuddles' guitar.
- The Carpal Tunnel of Love: Decapitated by a retracting tow.
- We're Scrooged: Crushed by a safe and a piggybank.
- Just Desert: Skinned by a sandstorm.
- Wrath of Con: Squashed in the Comic Con center.
- All Flocked Up: Falls from a branch high atop a tree, whereupon his body is crushed when he hits the ground.
- Happy New Year: Torn by movie film surrounding him.
- The Chokes on You: Ripped apart when his antlers get stuck in a conveyor belt.
- Brake The Cycle: Burns to death.
- Breaking Wind: Crushed by his microphone cord tied around him when Splendid flies.
- All In Vein: Explodes due to getting exposed to sunlight.
- No Time Like the Present: Head sliced of by the ceiling fan.
- Cubtron Z: Head sliced in half by broken glass from the building.
- Pet Peeve: Eaten to death by birds at the finish of the episode.
- A Vicious Cycle: Face shredded off by a Fliqpy-possessed tricycle
- Spare Tire: Vaporized by an explosion.
- Overkill DVD box set: Possibly killed by Flippy's bomb (death not shown).
- T-shirt promo: Impaled through the head by a stick.
- Second serving DVD: Electrocuted when he jammed a fork into a toaster.
- Third Strike promo: Decapitated by Flippy.
- November 2005 Calendar: Dies the same death as in Kringle Feast.
- Light up my Life December 2007 Calendar: Possibly electrocuted when he plugs in some wires for a Christmas tree. (Debatable and not seen)
- Warmest Wishes December 2006 Calendar: Burns to death after coming down a chimney onto a lit fireplace
- April 2006 Calendar: Possibly falls of a mountain to his death. (Death not seen)
- Dry Humor Wallpaper: Dies in the desert. His skull is shown. (Death not seen)
- Fall Harvest Wallpaper: Dies when falls on the ground. (Death not seen)
- January 2009 Wallpaper: Freezes to death during a blizzard. (Debatable)
- Stay Hydrated Kids July 2009 Calendar: Possibly dies from hydration in the desert. (debatable and not seen)
- Unnamed Merry-go-round Wallpaper: Killed when Giggles pushes him.
- Un-named Wallpaper: Killed when Flippy's Dynamite explodes (Death not seen)
- HTF Trolley Wallpaper: Decapitated by Flippy with a string.
- December 2010-Holey Knight: Lumpy was injured when holes came to his armor.
- The Bess Mass Effect Parody Videos: Shot in the head.
- Dumb Ways to Die: Suffers an extreme and fatal sunburn.
- Big Bubble: Dies in a bubblegum explosion.
- Making a Good Bleed: Run over by a car.
- Bird Brained: Eat by numerous birds.
Seen in Arcade Games
- Tight Rope-a-Dope: Fell from a tightrope, impaled by a pole, then struck by lightning.
- Ice Slide: Run over by Cro-Marmot.
- Aim to Freeze - Hit by an ice ball, by Toothy.
- Milk Pong: (1) Crushed by a tree. (2) Most of his face is gnawed off by a rat.
- Lumpy's Lame Card Trick:(Card #4) Chokes to death by three rings,(Card #5) Ripped/pulled his head open after his tongue turned into a blue cloth,(Card #6) Dies by losing his head by a magic wand after he disappeared a dove.
Seen on Computer and on TV
- Banjo Frenzy (Pilot Episode): You may not believe this, but Toothy's head bites his leg making him scream in pain.
- Out on a Limb: Amputates one leg with a spoon and the other with a paperclip.
- Icy You: Gets his tongue caught in hot dog machine. Later, with his tongue still caught in the machine, he slips on Nutty's blood and the machine may have fallen on him.
- Remains to be Seen: Zombie Flippy bites Lumpy's arm off. Later, it punches Lumpy.
- Stealing the Spotlight: Body blackened and eyes melted due to the heat of his Christmas lights.
- The Wrong Side of the Tracks: Slips on Flaky's vomit and falls to the ground.
- Ipso Fatso (before death): 1. Trips backwards and breaks his back on a bike. 2. Disco Bear constantly twists Lumpy's head to shift directions, making slight snaps to his neck. 3. Loses his arms due to friction created by his wheelchair while attempting to slow down on a hill.
- Concrete Solution (before death): 1. Falls off a bridge, onto the road. 2. Ran over by Lifty and Shifty's van. 3. Legs crushed by a block of cement.
- Sea What I Found: Suffers motion sickness and vomits after watching water move inside a washing machine.
- Dunce Upon a Time: 1. Gets electrocuted by sticking a fork in a toaster three times. 2. (before death) Falls off a really high castle.
- Gems the Breaks: Burns his tongue after drinking juice heated by Splendid's lasers.
- A Change of Heart: 1. A semi-truck slams him into his bike, where he becomes entangled in it. 2. Has a heart attack after to eating too many sandwiches.
- Wipe Out (before death): Arms cut off when he drops the chainsaws he is juggling.
- Letter Late than Never: 1. Finger bitten by a killer turtle 2. Attacked by a killer turtle. 3. Falls off a cliff, breaking numerous bones and dislodging part of his spine from his body.
- Easy Comb, Easy Go: Chin skinned by Mole.
- I've Got You Under My Skin: 1. Accidentally amputates one of his legs. 2. Stabs himself in the stomach and neck with a straw. 3. Sniffles's machine causes Lumpy to lose vision in one of his eyes.
- In a Jam (before death): One of his arms is worn down from strumming his guitar very fast.
- Junk in the Trunk: Face clawed by a cat.
- Hear Today, Gone Tomorrow: Goes deaf while playing telephone with Cuddles.
- We're Scrooged: His eye is impaled by a top. He then pulls his eye out by trying to remove the top.
- All Flocked Up (before death): 1. His nose is worn down by friction when it rubs against a tree at extreme speed. 2. His hand is pulled off when he grabs onto a branch while falling.
- Aw, Shucks!: Hands burned by scorching corn
- See You Later, Elevator: (1) Vomits after climbing up a long set of stairs (2) Slightly burned (along with Giggles)
- Lumpy's Lame Card Trick:(Card #1) Lumpy's hand disappeared when doing a magic trick,(Card #3) One of his eyeballs came off when he shows red,round pellets.
- The Chokes on You: (Before death) chokes on a doughnut twice, hand gets impaled by a knife, stabs himself twice, hand gets fried, flattened, cut, and severed (caused by The Mole).
- By The Seat Of Your Pants: Had his skin torn from his lower waist down caused by Flippy.
- You're Kraken Me Up: Sucked by the squid.
- Cubtron Z (Before Death): Legs break when he falls off his street cleaner by Cubtron.
- Pet Peeve: Attacked by birds twice (if not killed).
- DVD promo: Slightly burned while the cardboard box he is playing in lights on fire
- TV Series Volume 2: Accidentally cut his arm off when he tried to cut a slice of meat.
- December 2006 Wallpaper: Antlers and Forehead are impaled by some candles.
- HTF Bunch Wallpaper: Stabbed by Flaky's quills.
- YouTube - #1 Series on the Web: Tongue chopped of by a fan.
- HTF merchandise promo: Mouth got cut by numerous merchandises.
Number of Kills
- Cuddles - 23 ("Banjo Frenzy", "Spin Fun Knowin’ Ya", "Happy Trails part 1", "I Get A Trick Out Of You", "Kringle Feast", "Ski Patrol", "The Wrong Side of the Tracks", "Don't Yank My Chain", "Take a Hike", "Dunce Upon a Time", "Blast From the Past (twice)", "Aw, Shucks!", "Wingin' It", "Concrete Solution", "The Carpal Tunnel of Love", "Remains to be Seen", "Can't Stop Coffin", "Seize The Day", "Strain Kringle", "A Bit of a Pickle" (debatable), Happy New Year (debatable), "Camp Pokeneyeout")
- Giggles - 16 ("Banjo Frenzy", "Spin Fun Knowin’ Ya", "You’re Bakin’ Me Crazy", "Stealing the Spotlight", "Kringle Tree", "Kringle Feast", "Ski Patrol", "Happy New Year", "The Wrong Side of the Tracks", "Blast from the Past", "Aw, Shucks!", "Letter Late Than Never", "Junk in the Trunk", "The Carpal Tunnel of Love", "Remains to be Seen","All in Vein")
- Toothy - 23 ("Banjo Frenzy", "Spin Fun Knowin’ Ya", "Happy Trails Part 1", "Stealing the Spotlight", "Kringle Feast", "Kringle Frosty", "Ski Patrol", "Take a Hike", "Dunce Upon a Time", "Blast From the Past (twice)", "Aw, Shucks!", "Concrete Solution", "The Carpal Tunnel of Love", "We're Scrooged!", "Peas in a Pod", "Remains to be Seen", "Strain Kringle", "Happy New Year", "Brake the Cycle", "All in Vein", "Spare Tire", "Camp Pokeneyeout")
- Petunia - 11 ("Happy Trails pt. 1" along with The Cursed Idol, "Stealing the Spotlight", "Remains to be Seen", "Kringle Feast", "Ski Patrol", "The Wrong Side of the Tracks", "Take a Hike", "Home is Where the Hurt Is", "Happy New Year", "Aw, Shucks!", "You're Kraken Me Up")
- Handy - 6 ("The Way You Make Me Wheel", "The Wrong Side of the Tracks", "Concrete Solution", "Dunce Upon a Time", "Aw, Shucks!", "Remains to be Seen")
- Nutty - 8 ("Stealing The Spotlight", "The Wrong Side of the Tracks", "Aw, Shucks!", "The Carpal Tunnel of Love", "Happy New Year", "Concrete Solution", "Remains to be Seen", "All Work and No Play")
- Sniffles - 9 ("Stealing the Spotlight", "Remains to be Seen", "Kringle Frosty", "Every Litter Bit Hurts", "Take a Hike", "Dunce Upon a Time", "Concrete Solution", "Aw Shucks!", "All Work and No Play")
- Pop - 5 ( "Stealing the Spotlight", "Every Litter Bit Hurts", "Aw, Shucks!", "Wingin' It" (debatable), "Spare Tire")
- Cub - 10 ("Havin’ a Ball", "Let It Slide", "Stealing the Spotlight", "Kringle Feast", "Every Litter Bit Hurts", "Aw, Shucks!", "Letter Late Than Never", "Wingin' It" (debatable), "Concrete Solution", "Can't Stop Coffin", "Cubtron Z")
- Flaky - 10 ("Treasure These Idol Moments", along with The Cursed Idol, "Happy Trails Pt. 2", "Rink Hijinks" along with Disco Bear, "Stealing the Spotlight", "Ski Patrol", "Dunce Upon a Time", "Aw Shucks!", "Concrete Solution", "Without A Hitch," "Happy New Year")
- Mole - 6 ("Happy Trails part 1", "Home Is Where the Hurt Is", "Aw, Shucks!", "Hear Today Gone Tomorrow", "The Carpal Tunnel of Love", "Spare Tire")
- Disco Bear - 5 ("Rink Hijinks", "Wishy Washy", "As You Wish!", "Aw, Shucks!", Disco Bear's Halloween Smoochie Thriller)
- Russell - 7 ("Off the Hook", "Remains to be Seen" (as a zombie), "Sea What I Found", "Aw, Shucks!", "Happy New Year", "Hear Today Gone Tomorrow", "Something Fishy")
- Lifty - 7 ("Remains to be Seen" (as a zombie), "Stealing the Spotlight", "Kringle Feast", "The Wrong Side of the Tracks", "As You Wish!", "Aw, Shucks!", "Junk in the Trunk")
- Shifty - 6 ("Remains to be Seen" (as a zombie), "Stealing the Spotlight", "Kringle Feast", "The Wrong Side of the Tracks", "As You Wish!", "Aw, Shucks!")
- Mime - 9 ("Happy Trails part 1", "Out of Sight, Out of Mime", "The Wrong Side of the Tracks", "Doggone It", "Remains to be Seen", "Dunce Upon a Time", "Concrete Solution", "Aw, Shucks!", "See You Later, Elevator")
- Cro-Marmot - 1 ("Concrete Solution")
- Flippy - 1 ("Without a Hitch")
- Evil Flippy - 2 ("By The Seat Of Your Pants", Remains to be Seen (as a zombie))
- Splendid - 0
- Lammy - 3 ("All In Vein", "All Work and No Play", "Spare Tire")
- Generic Tree Friends - 35+ (2 from "Stealing the Spotlight", 1 from "Dunce Upon a Time", 7 from "Ski Patrol", 3 from "Happy Trails Part 2", 21+ from "Remains to be Seen" (as zombies), 1 from "Concrete Solution")
- Others - 108+ (2 birds from "Happy Trails pt. One", 50+ chicks from "From A to Zoo", 1 snail and 30 fish from "Every Litter Bit Hurts", 16 farm animals from "Aw, Shucks!", 1 goldfish from "Double Whammy Part 1", The 4 members of Fall Out Boy from "The Carpal Tunnel of Love", 2 badgers from "Ski Patrol", Truffles and Mr. Pickels in "All In Vein")
1. Unnamed Merry-go-round Wallpaper: Pushes a merry-go-round, but he spins it too fast and makes Cuddles, Giggles, Toothy, Handy, Lifty, and Shifty fly off of it.
- HTF Comics #1 and 2: Kills Cuddles with a baseball bat.
- HTF Comic #3: Shakes a clothesline Mime is balancing on, causing Mime to fall on the rope and get cut in half.
- I Get a Kick Out of You!: Kicks Cuddles' head off.
- Big Bubble: Kills Cuddles, Petunia, and himself when a huge bubble he blew exploded.
- Ice-Scream: Feed's Nutty acid ice cream.
- Making a good bleed: Kills Cub when ejected from his car.
- Aim to Freeze: Freezes Toothy and destroys his body.
- Stay On Target: Impales Giggles, Lammy, and Petunia with darts.
- Lumpy's Lame Card Trick (Card #2): Decapitates Cuddles via magic trick.
- After Amok: Kills Flippy.
- Internet seires: 54.38%
- TV series: 40%
- In the "Collect Them All" section, it says that Lumpy talks to lettuce.
- Despite appearing in the most episodes, he doesn't die as often as Cuddles, Giggles, Toothy or Petunia do. In fact, he survives in more than half his total appearances.
- Lumpy is on one of Flaky's baseball cards in Flaky's Baseball Smoochie .
- Lumpy appears in every two-part episode but never had a real on-screen death.
- Although Lumpy appears to be a nice character and he usually doesn't kill other characters intentionally, he seems to be one of the most hated characters in the show due to his stupidity.
- Lumpy is similar to Petunia and Flippy in another way: all of them have sworn at least once in the series. Lumpy said "What the hell?" in Hear Today, Gone Tomorrow and "Come on, goddammit!" in Kringle Feast and Lumpy can at times be heard saying "What the fuck?". Flippy said "Oh, crap! What the fuck?!" in Autopsy Turvy, Petunia said "Oh fuck yeah!" in House Warming and Petunia said "go fuck your mommy" in Who's to Flame?.
- Lumpy is the first character from Happy Tree Friends to wear pants, though they are the same color as his skin.
- According to the commentary from Spin Fun Knowin' Ya Lumpy's original antlers were bigger and normal but the crew decided that he looked too much like Bullwinkle (who he is based off of) so his antlers were made smaller and turned in different directions.
- Lumpy may also be based off Goofy from Mickey Mouse cartoons because both have similar personalities, voices and are the tallest of the group. The Ski Patrol episode, which starred Lumpy, parodies the old Goofy shorts.
- Lumpy was seen living in his trailer in the Internet shorts (You're Bakin' Me Crazy, Stealing the Spotlight, Nuttin' but the Tooth, Blind Date and in the TV episode Hear Today, Gone Tomorrow. But in Aw Shucks!, Junk in the Trunk and Peas in a Pod he has a different, bigger house.
- The Camp Lazlo character Scoutmaster Lumpus is possibly a reference to Lumpy. More importantly, Lumpy had the position as a scoutmaster in Take a Hike.
- He is usually seen with Handy and Mole, who are described as no hands, no eyes, no brain.
- Most of the time, Lumpy's mismatched antlers change positions, although there have been occasions where this doesn't happen.
- Lumpy, Flaky, Handy, Sneaky, and Russell are the only characters without visible ears.
- Lumpy is one of the nine characters who don't have a tail. The other eight are Mole, Pop, Cub, Flippy, Disco Bear, Giggles, Flaky and Cro-Marmot.
- He has the highest number of appearances in the series.
- Lumpy wears an invisible T-shirt that blends in with his skin. When he takes it off, he can be seen with a tan line, his nipples, buttocks and genitals, and if he accidentally flashes himself to anyone, he'll be really embarrassed as seen in You're Bakin' Me Crazy and Let it Slide. So far, Giggles is the only characters to see Lumpy naked, unwillingly seeing him nude in You're Bakin' Me Crazy and Let it Slide.
- While most of the characters have visible ears, Lumpy has inner earholes which are evident in Hear Today, Gone Tomorrow.
- He is one of the characters to have survived their debut roles, the others are Handy, Petunia (debatable), Splendid, Cro-Marmot, Flaky, Flippy, Mime, Mole, Disco Bear and Lammy.
- He sometimes knits things like antler warmers in Asbestos I Can Do and a net in Doggone It.
- Lumpy is one of the eight characters wearing clothes. The others are Mime, Disco Bear, Flippy, Mole, Russell, Pop, Cub, and Lammy
- In the Second Servings DVD, Lumpy has his own brand of sponge cakes called "Holiday Kringles", which look like Twinkies.
- He also appears to have blue eyes in Concrete Solution when looking into a nailgun. However in Wishy Washy, a close up of his lifeless body shows his eyes to be intensely green.
- In the Fall Out Boy music video The Carpal Tunnel of Love he's allergic to the purple flowers that Cuddles was holding.
- Lumpy is one of five HTF characters to not have the same eyes as the rest. The other four characters are Cub, Nutty, Mole and Mr Pickles.
- Lumpy has a pet elephant in Junk in the Trunk.
- In the Spin Fun Knowin' Ya Pop Corn video, in the First Blood DVD, he went to the state senator to sponsor a bill in order to ban parking airplanes near playgrounds and saved six lives.
- Lumpy has a lot of costumes to wear when he's working, like the magician's cape and handcuffs which was a rental until he bought it, and he has a few wigs, even though it doesn't look like he's wearing anything.
- In the first season of the TV series, the only two episodes that Lumpy did not appear in are And the Kitchen Sink and Easy For You to Sleigh.
- Lumpy likes golfing, it as seen in Chew Said a Mouthful and Tongue in Cheek.
- Lumpy can't control cars or other vehicles very well, as seen in The Way You Make Me Wheel, Can't Stop Coffin, The Carpal Tunnel of Love, Happy Trails Pt., 1, Treasure These Idol Moments, Get Whale Soon and Without A Hitch.
- He can sometimes be selfish and greedy when it comes to money, as seen in Mime to Five and We're Scrooged!.
- Lumpy often shaves his face, even though he physically doesn't have a beard. However, in the episode Double Whammy Part 1 he had a beard while he worked as Flippy's psychiatrist. From this, it could be assumed that his natural hair color is black, assuming it wasn't a fake beard like his fake hair in Wipe out.
- In the TV series and the web show, Lumpy usually gets killed by animals (Doggone It: dogs, Take a Hike: grizzly bear, Mime to Five: ducks, Letter Late Than Never: turtle, From A to Zoo: baboon, and part of his death in Just Desert: vultures).
- The first episode Lumpy was voiced by David Winn was Remains to be Seen. Even though Rhode Montijo was credited, his voice was sampled as heard after Flippy bit his left arm off and runs off.
- He is the first victim of Pop, Russell, and Cub. He was also the first character to be killed by Lifty and Shifty as a duo.
- He's normally the victim of being robbed of possessions from Lifty and Shifty.
- He has appeared in most of the Halloween episodes and has only died twice.
- He's the only character from Happy Tree Friends that doesn't appear with mitten hands next to Lammy. He always has fingers.
- In many episodes he appears in, he's often the last character to die. He has only been the first character to die in Milkin' It, Get Whale Soon, I've Got You Under My Skin, Breaking Wind, and No Time Like the Present.
- The only characters who are as tall as Lumpy are Giggles' Mom, The Tiger General, Sensei Orangutan, and The Dark Shadow Lord.
- Despite being the character with the most starring roles, he is the character with one of the least number of appearance roles. Only Flippy, Splendid, Disco Bear, and Mime have had less.
- In the first season of the TV series, Lumpy starred in every segment once and/or twice.
- There have only been 9 TV episodes out of the 37 that Lumpy has been in where he hasn't had a job.
- Despite being in most episodes, he has yet to star in a Smoochie.
- He has the highest kill count of the main characters, by far (well over double that of Flippy's and Splendid's). In fact, he has more kills than Flippy and Splendid combined, the next two characters who have the most killed and are primarily famous for the fact that they tend to kill other characters.
- Despite having the most kills, he has not yet killed Splendid.
- A rock on Mars was named after Lumpy.
- The only main characters who have not killed him are Petunia and Lammy.
- He is currently the most frequent victim of Mole and Cro-Marmot.
- So far, he is the only character to be killed by Cub in a regular episode.
- He was listed as a starring role in the episode, Easy Comb, Easy Go, although he actually had a featuring role in that episode.
- Lumpy is one of the nine characters with more kills than deaths. The others include Splendid, Flippy, Mole, Lammy, Nutty, Pop, Mr Pickles, and debatably Cro-Marmot,
- He has the most kills ever (Splendid and Petunia in Breaking Wind may have more kills than Lumpy, but this is debatable).
- Despite Flippy having a reputation for killing others, Lumpy actually killed more characters in a single episode (Aw Shucks! where he killed 16 characters) than Flippy (whose highest kill in a single episode is 12 major characters in Remains to be Seen). Splendid takes the prize for most kills in an episode (Wrath of Con).
- All in all, Lumpy killed someone 52% of the time he appeared, and he has 1.5 kills for every appearance he made.
- Lumpy is one of the blue characters. The other four are Petunia, Sniffles, Splendid and Truffles.
- Lumpy is also the name of several other fictional characters.
- Lumpy has been shown to enjoy eating food that is meat although real moose are herbivores.
- Lumpy is the only character to star in three consecutive TV episodes. He also is the only character to star in all three segments of a TV episode (Every Litter Bit Hurts, As You Wish, and Take a Hike, of Marooned Five)
- The early version of Lumpy was a Dinosaur-like animal (eg. Banjo Frenzy). Lumpy is now a moose.
- He is often the last character to die in an episode. He was the last to be killed in Havin' A Ball, Pitchin' Impossible, Treasure These Idol Moments, It's a Snap, Rink Hijinks, The Way You Make Me Wheel, I Get a Trick Out of You, Keepin' it Reel, From A to Zoo (debatable), We're Scrooged, Don't Yank My Chain, Doggone It, Who's to Flame? (debatable), Take a Hike, A Hole Lotta Love, Wipe Out, Letter Late Than Never, The Chokes on You (debatable), and A Vicious Cycle.
- Lumpy, Toothy, Flaky (indirectly), and a generic tree friend are the only characters to date who have killed Flippy.
- Lumpy dies more often in the TV season than the internet season.
- In Season 3, his alliterate sentence is: For a lazy lunch, try left-over loaf!
- Lumpy is the second character (next to Pop) who smokes.
- He is one of the few characters so far that have killed Cro-Marmot. The others are Nutty, Giggles, Splendid, and a pterodactyl.
- Lumpy is one of only three-four characters to survive three consequent TV episodes. This happens twice, in Behind the Eight Ball (Blast from the Past, Chew Said a Mouthful, and See What Develops) and Friday the 13th (Hear Today, Gone Tomorrow, Double Whammy Part 1, and Autopsy Turvy/Double Whammy Part 2) the others are Pop, Cro-Marmot and (debatably) Mole.
- Deep Six is the only TV episode where Lumpy doesn't star in either of the three segments (though he would normally have a starring role in Dunce Upon a Time).
- The only four episodes that Lumpy doesn't kill anyone as a starring character are Meat Me for Lunch, Out on a Limb, A Change of Heart, and Hear Today, Gone Tomorrow.
- Lumpy's most common job so far is being a surgeon and a policeman.
- Lumpy is one of the characters who does not have buck teeth, along with Sniffles, Cro-Marmot, and Truffles.
- If you choose Lumpy in the Vision-O-Rama feature in the Third Strike DVD, the movie theater's screen will show an upside down Spin Fun Knowin' Ya, referencing his stupidity.
- He's the first character to injure and kill Lammy, Mr. Pickles, and Truffles.
- He has appeared in every Halloween episode except Boo Do You Think You Are?.
- Lumpy doesn't have a tail, which is odd because real moose have tails (though tiny stubby ones).
- He is one of the two characters who fought Evil Flippy in a fight and won (Remains to be Seen). The other one is the good Flippy himself (in Autopsy Turvy (Double Whammy Part 2) )
- He has the most deaths of any character classified as "characters who rarely die."
- Despite living in a trailer most of the time, he seems to be well off, even rich. Consider the following facts:
- He owns an amusement park named after himself.
- He owns a circus
- He owns a toy store which boosted its profits from selling toys and Toothy's body parts
- He owns an elephant
- He owns a house with a giant hamster cage
- He owns a motorcycle in addition to several vehicles
- He owns a farm where he grows corn and staffed with mindless workers that doesn't need to be paid (Pod Lumpys).
- He owns his own newspapers.
- He seemed to have high paying jobs (particularly being a surgeon)
- He employed at one time or the other practically all the other tree friends
- Lumpy, at one time or the other, employed or served as boss or was a superior or was in a position of influence to most of the other Tree Friends.
- Cuddles - employed as a daredevil in his circus in Mime to Five and also as a reporter in See What Develops. He was part of a play directed by Lumpy in Class Act. He was part of a band where Lumpy was an influential member in In a Jam, where Lumpy alone took the decision to employ him. Was his scoutmaster in Take a Hike.
- Toothy -worked for his circus in Mime to Five and of course his toyshop in We're Scrooged. Was his scoutmaster in Take a Hike. He was the star of a play directed by Lumpy in Class Act.
- Giggles - was his nurse in Change of Heart and in Chew Said a Mouthful and was his student in Something Fishy. He was part of a play directed by Lumpy in Class Act.
- Petunia - spun gold for him in his castle in Dunce Upon a Time and was his student in Something Fishy. Was her scoutmaster in Take a Hike.
- Sniffles -worked in his newspaper in See What Develops and has a part in a play directed by Lumpy in Class Act. Was his scoutmaster in Take a Hike. He was part of a band where Lumpy was an influential member in In a Jam, as could be seen when Lumpy was seen as the one who decided to hire Cuddles.
- Mole -worked in his newspaper in See What Develops and has a part in a play directed by Lumpy in Class Act.
- Flaky - worked for his circus in Mime to Five and has a part in a play directed by Lumpy in Class Act and was his student in Something Fishy. Was her scoutmaster in Take a Hike.
- Mime -worked for his circus in Mime to Five.
- Cro-Marmot - worked for his circus in Mime to Five.
- Flippy -followed his advice, at least initially, as his psychiatrist in Double Whammy
- Nutty - Was his scoutmaster in Take a Hike and had a part in a play directed by Lumpy in Class Act.
- Splendid - worked in his newspaper in See What Develops.
- Shifty - has a part in a play directed by Lumpy in Class Act.
- Lifty - has a part in a play directed by Lumpy in Class Act.
- Russell - He was part of a band where Lumpy was an influential member in In a Jam, as could be seen when Lumpy was seen as the one who decided to hire Cuddles.
- Handy - He was part of a band where Lumpy was an influential member in In a Jam, as could be seen when Lumpy was seen as the one who decided to hire Cuddles.
- Lammy - Was her jailor and arresting officer in A Bit of a Pickle.
- Mr Pickles - Was the jailor of Lammy in A Bit of a Pickle.
- Disco Bear- He was his police partner in A Vicious Cycle.
- So all in all, only Pop, and Cub had not come into Lumpy's influence, or authority, or had worked as a subordinate to the blue moose at least once.
- In the episode Wingin' It, Lumpy says, "Guess where I'm calling from.... a plane." Which may be a reference to a Family Guy episode were Peter Griffin is on a plane and says the exact same words as Lumpy.
- Lumpy is the third character to dress as Santa Claus. First it was Lifty in Easy for You to Sleigh, and second was Pop in Clause for Concern.
- Despite Lumpy' being usually portrayed as unintelligent, there are some episodes where he shows some intelligence:
- In Doggone It, he was the only one to realize the reason for Whistle's attacks.
- In A Sight for Sore Eyes, he realized the danger of Mole's blindness and gave him a dog to replace his cane.
- In We're Scrooged!, he quickly manage to make a paddle with his own eye to prevent Sniffles from leaving the shop.
- So far he is the only one to be aware of the causes of Flippy's PTSD, since in Without a Hitch and Random Acts of Silence, several characters who appear to be aware of Flippy's PTSD tought that he would flip out randomly, while in Double Whammy Part 1 he figured out the cause of his problem and attemped to cure it.
- He managed to finish the bridge in Concrete Solution despite his workmates being dead.
- He has the same total deaths as Giggles.
- So far, Lumpy is the only character to have survived multiple killing attempts from Fliqpy (in Hear Today, Gone Tomorrow, Double Whammy Part 1, and By The Seat Of Your Pants).
- Lumpy is one of four characters to die on their third appearance. The others are Mole, Splendid, and Flippy.
- Lumpy is the only character to defend himself from Fliqpy. This occurred in By The Seat Of Your Pants.
- Main article: Lumpy/Gallery
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