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The Mole
Gender: Male
Interest(s): Reading
Painting
Spy missions
His occupations
Species: Mole
Color: Purple/Magenta
Episode Count: 57
Friends/Allies: Lumpy
Sniffles
Giggles
Handy
Cuddles
Enemies/Rivals: The Rat
Splendid
Love Interest(s): Giggles (in Blind Date and Cold Hearted)
Kill Count: 60 (Main Characters)
3 (Minor Characters)
102+ (Total)
Deaths: 24
(1 Debatable Death)
(22 from Regular Episodes)
(2 from Irregular Episodes)
First Appearance: Pitchin' Impossible
Last Appearance: Camp Pokeneyeout
First Victim: Petunia
Flaky
From Pitchin' Impossible (Internet)
From Party Animal (TV)
First Death: Happy Trails Pt. 1
 
"Keep your eyes out for this blind mole. He manages to work his way out of the hairiest situations."
―"Collect them All" card info[src]
 

The Mole (or just Mole in later episodes) is one of the main characters of Happy Tree Friends and one of the playable characters in the False Alarm video game.

Character Bio

The Mole designs

A blind lavender mole with dark sunglasses (or possibly teashades) and a mole by his nose. He wears a long purple turtleneck on his sweater. Like Mime and Cro-Marmot, he does not speak. This could possibly be due to the upper part of his turtleneck covering his mouth, though it is more likely that he is mute, seeing as how he never makes a sound even during his most excruciating injuries or deaths. Though he is not deaf, he does seem to have hearing problems, as can be seen in Party Animal and A Sight for Sore Eyes. It is hard to tell exactly what pitch and frequency he can hear at, as Wipe Out! depicts him hearing Handy's first scream, but he is unable to hear his second, louder scream. Because disaster often follows his blind wandering, his actions and characteristics resemble those of Mr. Magoo. Despite being completely blind, he is often seen driving. He is also one of several main characters without visible Pac-Man-shaped pupils (along with Lumpy, Nutty, Fliqpy, Lifty, Shifty, and Cro-Marmot).

Aside from having hearing and vision problems, The Mole appears to be unable to feel pain. This is evidenced by the facts that he does not react when his thumb is lit on fire in Stealing the Spotlight or when his walking stick impales his head in Class Act. However, he does display thermoception at times. In Blind Date, he shivers after his car roof is sheared off.

According to the commentary for Pitchin' Impossible, The Mole was originally supposed to be a James Bond-like secret agent with all kinds of spy gadgets around him, but this idea was discarded when the series was created. It was not until the episode Mole in the City that his secret agent identity was explored. He also has an arch-nemesis known as The Rat, most likely because they both have careers in international espionage.

A running gag in the series is The Mole doing things that require vision, such as reading a magazine, lighting a match to see in the dark, and even driving. He usually has jobs that require good vision, which, in most episodes, leads to many characters' deaths (Lumpy and Handy in particular), and sometimes his own. According to the commentary for Concrete Solution, the writers do this just because they need something bad to happen, and The Mole and Lumpy are considered the worst people for almost any job. If the episode has to run smoothly, they use a tree friend capable of doing any given job correctly.

He is good friends with Handy and Lumpy, as can be seen in Concrete Solution, and Sniffles, as can be seen in A Hole Lotta Love.

In the web shorts, The Mole rarely dies, but he usually causes great harm to the other Tree Friends due to his disabilities. In the TV series, he dies much more often, but still survives a lot of episodes (he has, thus far, survived 32 episodes in total). His deaths usually involve his head, vehicles, and explosions.

As is revealed in the storyboard for Flippin' Burgers on the Second Serving DVD, The Mole was originally going to be featured in that episode, as well as getting killed by Flippy by having his skin ripped off with a hanging hook. The idea was removed when the episode was finalized.

He is the first and only character to have three starring roles during the first season of the television series without starring alone. He has co-starred with Handy, Lumpy, Splendid, and Russell, in Don't Yank My Chain, See What Develops, and A Sight for Sore Eyes respectively. The "Collect Them All" section in the First Blood DVD claims that The Mole has blue eyes, despite his eyes never actually being seen in the show. He also seems to love stuffed animals, judging by Pitchin' Impossible.

In many episodes, he is seen doing random things with body parts from dead characters, like using Mime's head as a jack o'lantern in Out of Sight, Out of Mime, using Sniffles' head as a bowling ball in Spare Me, mistaking Disco Bear's severed head for a watermelon and weighing it on a scale in Ipso Fatso, mistaking Giggles' heart for a piece of litter in Every Litter Bit Hurts, mistaking Handy's heart for a surfboard polisher in Wipe Out!, and mistaking Cuddles' eye for an apple in Can't Stop Coffin. Also, in the comics, he is seen bobbing for apples, but mistakes Handy's heart for an apple. He has also, on occasion, eaten body parts, which likely only happens because he does not realize what he is eating. Another misuse of body parts can be found in the music video for The Carpal Tunnel of Love by Fall Out Boy. When Toothy's eyeball lands in a tub of ice cream, he puts it in Cuddles and Giggles' ice cream soda, causing them to spit it out.

Some episodes have hinted The Mole may be living in poverty. In Hear Today, Gone Tomorrow, he plays the trombone for money. In We're Scrooged!, it is implied that he is raising money for donation, when he actually spends the money on a new toy (though it is possible that he was buying the toy for the charity). This is further explored in the False Alarm episode, where he is dressed in shabby clothes and appears to live homeless. However, in other episodes such as Blind Date, he appears with a house, a car, and good clothes to wear.

While his blindness is often cause for characters dying and getting harmed, The Mole himself seems to be an overall kind-hearted character. In Blind Date, he is more than prepared to take his date to several nice places, like a lookout point and a movie theater, despite not being able to see these things himself. In Out of Sight, Out of Mime, he is seen giving trick-or-treaters a large amount of candy. He also helps out other characters regularly in group events, such as birthday parties, cleaning the environment, and building houses. In All Flocked Up, he also tries to help a bird get back to its nest, though he accidentally takes Lumpy's heart instead.

The Mole survives in most of the episodes he appears in, but he does die in Happy Trails Pt. 1, Class Act, Remains to be Seen (but was later revived as a zombie), From Hero to Eternity, Party Animal, Don't Yank My Chain, Doggone It, Concrete Solution, Who's to Flame?, Gems the Breaks, A Hole Lotta Love, Mime to Five, Idol Curiosity, Home Is Where the Hurt Is, Aw, Shucks!, A Sight for Sore Eyes, Hear Today, Gone Tomorrow, The Carpal Tunnel of Love, the Happy Tree Friends: False Alarm episodeWrath of ConBreaking WindAll In VeinNo Time Like the Present, Pet Peeve, and Spare Tire.

He was called "The Mole" in episode title cards until the Season 3 episode A Sucker for Love (except for a goof in Wipe Out!), with "Mole" being used in The Chokes on You and further episodes.

The Mole's Episodes

Starring Roles

Season 1

Season 2

TV Series

Season 3

Season 4

Shorts

Featuring Roles

Season 2

TV Series

Season 3

Season 4

Shorts

Appearance Roles

Season 1

Season 2

TV Series

Season 3

Season 4

HTF Break Roles

Shorts

Love Bites Role

Shorts

The Mole's Mistakes

Because he is blind, The Mole is prone to mistaking objects for other things and never noticing it. Here is a list of the many errors he has made over the course of the series.

  1. Sniffles' head for a bowling ball in Spare Me
  2. Mime's head for a pumpkin in Out of Sight, Out of Mime
  3. Disco Bear's head for a watermelon in Ipso Fatso
  4. A flower, a frog, Sniffles' foot, and Giggles' heart for litter in Every Litter Bit Hurts
  5. Mime's head for a ketchup dispenser in Chew Said a Mouthful
  6. In See What Develops:
    1. A gumball machine for a camera
    2. Mime's skin for a roll of film
  7. In A Sight for Sore Eyes:
    1. A lawnmower for a dog
    2. Chunks of Handy's brain for dog waste
    3. Cuddles' cup for a trash can
    4. A pear for a light bulb
  8. In Wipe Out!:
    1. Handy's heart for a handkerchief
    2. Lumpy for a surf board
  9. A bottle of poison and a bottle of bowling ball polish for hair care products in Easy Comb, Easy Go
  10. In We're Scrooged!:
    1. A small rock for a coin
    2. Lumpy's teeth for a toy (though in his defense, everyone else in the episode confused Toothy's body parts for toys)
  11. In Can't Stop Coffin:
    1. A coffin for a refrigerator
    2. Cuddles' eyeball for an apple
  12. Lumpy for Giggles in Blind Date
  13. Flaky for a pin-the-tail-on-the-donkey board in Party Animal
  14. Toothy's eye for a scoop of ice cream in The Carpal Tunnel of Love
  15. Lumpy's heart for a baby bird in All Flocked Up
  16. Handy's heart for an apple in one of the Comics
  17. A soda can machine for Lumpy in Wingin' It
  18. Lumpy's hand for dough/doughnuts in The Chokes on You
  19. Cuddles' coin for a button and a couch for a patient in In a Jam
  20. Giggles' stomach for a tire in Spare Tire.

Occupations and Careers

HTF Moments - Mole the Airport Security 1

The Mole as airport security.

For more information, see List of Occupations
  1. Secret Agent/Spy - Mole in the City
  2. Construction Worker - Concrete Solution
  3. Firefighter - Who's to Flame?
  4. Environmental Volunteer - Every Litter Bit Hurts
  5. Hot Dog Vendor - Chew Said a Mouthful
  6. Newspaper Photographer - See What Develops
  7. Ship Captain - Idol Curiosity
  8. Christmas Play Light Effects Helper - Class Act
  9. Surf Shack Owner - Wipe Out!
  10. Airport Security - Wingin' It
  11. Barber - Easy Comb, Easy Go
  12. Blood Drive Worker - In a Jam
  13. Ice Cream Vendor - The Carpal Tunnel of Love
  14. Donation Collector - We're Scrooged!
  15. Hobo - False Alarm episode
  16. Street Musician - Hear Today, Gone Tomorrow
  17. Music Store Owner - Autopsy Turvy (Double Whammy Part II)
  18. Security Guard - Wrath of Con
  19. Lumberjack - Milk Pong
  20. Paramedic - A Sucker for Love
  21. Doughnut Shop Worker - The Chokes on You
  22. Cameraman - Breaking Wind
  23. Starter - By The Seat Of Your Pants
  24. Delivery Man - All In Vein; Buns of Steal

Fates

Deaths

Seen on Computer and TV

Lumpy about to dine.

The Mole beheaded in All In Vein.

  1. Happy Trails Pt. 1: Dies when a school bus crashes. (Death not seen)
  2. Class Act: Dies in an explosion.
  3. Remains to be Seen: Is hit by Flippy's truck.
  4. From Hero to Eternity: Is sucked into a whirlpool and burned by lava.
  5. Party Animal: Gets impaled by Flaky's quills after popping her.
  6. Don't Yank My Chain: Has his head sliced in half by a log saw.
  7. Doggone It: Is mauled by Whistle while in his car.
  8. Concrete Solution: Is impaled by a large set of sharp wires.
  9. Who's to Flame?: Dies when the town explodes.
  10. Gems the Breaks: Is disintegrated by Splendid's laser.
  11. A Hole Lotta Love: Has his head crushed by the ground while in a drill machine.
  12. Mime to Five: Is eaten by killer ducks. (Death not seen)
  13. Home is Where The Hurt is: Is decapitated by a Dutch door.
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    In reality, a door can't really do this. This was caused by Lumpy.

  14. Aw, Shucks!: Has his head crushed by a huge piece of popcorn.
  15. A Sight for Sore Eyes: Dies when a pear he put in a lamp explodes.
  16. Hear Today, Gone Tomorrow: Is crushed by Russell's truck.
  17. The Carpal Tunnel of Love: Is sliced in half by a wire.
  18. Happy Tree Friends False Alarm episode: Gets his body smashed in with a hammer by Nutty.
  19. Wrath of Con: Is killed in a building collapse.
  20. Breaking Wind: Dies when the earth is set on fire.
  21. All In Vein: Is beheaded by a crossing barrier.
    S4E7 ST The Mole

    Proof The Mole has eyes.

  22. No Time Like the Present: Is decapitated by broken glass.
  23. Pet Peeve: Has his head sliced in half by a windshield.
  24. Spare Tire: Is killed in a car explosion.

Debatable Deaths

  1. Idol Curiosity: Drowns in a shipwreck.

Additional

  1. Overkill DVD box set: Is killed by Flippy's bomb while walking towards it. (Death not seen)
  2. False Alarm (video game): Is hit in the head by a hammer in an achievement icon.
  3. Dumb Ways To Die: Dies in a car crash.

Injuries

Seen on Computer and TV

What happened!

He only has half of his glasses, yet they stay there without falling off.

  1. Class Act: Is impaled through the eye and out the other side of his head with his cane.
  2. Stealing the Spotlight: Has his thumb set on fire by Lumpy's extreme Christmas lights
  3. Don't Yank My Chain:
    1. Is beaten up by Lumpy.
    2. Falls down a jagged cliff and a well.
  4. Autopsy Turvy (Double Whammy Part II): Steps on a piece of glass.
  5. False Alarm: Has his entire body stuck in a burning barrel.

Additional

  1. HTF Beta Version: Skins the side of his head with a razor.

Number of Kills

Character Number of Times Killed Episodes
Cuddles 4 Class Act (Along with Nutty, Toothy, Lumpy, Sniffles, Giggles, Lifty, Shifty, and Flaky)
Home Is Where the Hurt Is
In a Jam
Buns of Steal
Giggles 2 Class Act (Along with Nutty, Toothy, Lumpy, Sniffles, Lifty, Shifty, and Flaky)
Every Litter Bit Hurts
Toothy 4 Class Act (Along with Nutty, Toothy, Lumpy, Sniffles, Giggles, Lifty, Shifty, and Flaky)
Who's to Flame?
Idol Curiosity
Spare Tire
Lumpy 9 Pitchin' Impossible
Class Act (Along with Nutty, Toothy, Lumpy, Sniffles, Giggles, Lifty, Shifty, and Flaky)
Blind Date
Who's to Flame?
Idol Curiosity
Wipe Out! (Along with Cro-Marmot and Nutty)
Milk Pong (ending 2)
The Chokes on You
Spare Tire
Petunia 3 Pitchin' Impossible
Class Act (Along with Nutty, Toothy, Lumpy, Sniffles, Giggles, Lifty, Shifty, and Flaky)
Blind Date
Handy 6 Class Act (Along with Nutty, Toothy, Lumpy, Sniffles, Giggles, Lifty, Shifty, and Flaky)
Blind Date
See What Develops (Along with Mime)
A Sight for Sore Eyes
Wipe Out!
Pet Peeve (Along with Sniffles)
Nutty 4 Class Act (Along with Nutty, Toothy, Lumpy, Sniffles, Giggles, Lifty, Shifty, and Flaky)
Who's to Flame?
See What Develops
A Sucker for Love
Sniffles 3 Class Act (Along with Nutty, Toothy, Lumpy, Sniffles, Giggles, Lifty, Shifty, and Flaky)
A Sight for Sore Eyes
Buns of Steal (Along with Lifty and Shifty)
Pop 3 Class Act (Along with Nutty, Toothy, Lumpy, Sniffles, Giggles, Lifty, Shifty, and Flaky)
Who's to Flame? (Along with Disco Bear)
Spare Tire
Cub 1 Class Act (Along with Nutty, Toothy, Lumpy, Sniffles, Giggles, Lifty, Shifty, and Flaky)
Flaky 4 Class Act (Along with Nutty, Toothy, Lumpy, Sniffles, Giggles, Lifty, Shifty, and Flaky)
Party Animal
Who's to Flame? (Along with Disco Bear)
See What Develops
Disco Bear 4 Class Act (Along with Nutty, Toothy, Lumpy, Sniffles, Giggles, Lifty, Shifty, and Flaky)
Blind Date
Who's to Flame?
See What Develops
Russell 2 Class Act (Along with Nutty, Toothy, Lumpy, Sniffles, Giggles, Lifty, Shifty, and Flaky)
Idol Curiosity (Along with Sniffles and The Cursed Idol)
Lifty 2 Class Act (Along with Nutty, Toothy, Lumpy, Sniffles, Giggles, Lifty, Shifty, and Flaky)
Buns of Steal
Shifty 2 Class Act (Along with Nutty, Toothy, Lumpy, Sniffles, Giggles, Lifty, Shifty, and Flaky)
Buns of Steal
Mime 3 Class Act (Along with Nutty, Toothy, Lumpy, Sniffles, Giggles, Lifty, Shifty, and Flaky)
Chew Said a Mouthful
See What Develops
Cro-Marmot 1 Class Act (Along with Nutty, Toothy, Lumpy, Sniffles, Giggles, Lifty, Shifty, and Flaky)
Fliqpy 1 Class Act (Along with Nutty, Toothy, Lumpy, Sniffles, Giggles, Lifty, Shifty, and Flaky)
Splendid 1 Class Act (Along with Nutty, Toothy, Lumpy, Sniffles, Giggles, Lifty, Shifty, and Flaky)
Lammy 1 Spare Tire
Generic Tree Friends 37+ 18 in Pitchin' Impossible
19+ in Class Act (Along with Nutty, Toothy, Lumpy, Sniffles, Giggles, Lifty, Shifty, and Flaky)
Others 5 The Reindeer in Class Act (Along with Nutty, Toothy, Lumpy, Sniffles, Giggles, Lifty, Shifty, and Flaky)
Elephant Balloon Vendor, Pig Child, and The Rat from Mole in the City
1 frog from Every Litter Bit Hurts
1 cat (possibly Mittens) in Blind Date
Date 13

The Mole kills Lumpy.

Additional

Miscellaneous

  1. Sing-A-Long: Runs over Cuddles and Nutty with his car.
  2. TV series volume 3 DVD cover: The Mole cuts Cuddles' upper head off with scissors.

Games

  1. Strandead: Impales Giggles in the eye with an umbrella.

Episodes Survived by Season

Season Number of Appearances Deaths Survived
1 3 1 2
2 6 2 4
TV Series 25 14 11
3 12 4 8
4 4 2 2
Love Bites 1 0 1
HTF Break 2 0 2
Other Episodes 4 2 2

Survival Rate

  • Internet series: 57.89%
  • Breaks & Love Bites: 100%
  • TV series: 48%
  • Total Rate: 57.89%

Trivia

  • In Blind Date, The Mole was supposed to go on a date with Giggles. Due to a misunderstanding, however, he goes on a date with Lumpy instead. He is, however, seen with Giggles in the Love Bites short Cold Hearted.
  • The credits of the Halloween episode Can't Stop Coffin state that The Mole is voiced by Dean MacDonald. However, The Mole does not speak at all. This is a joke that was also used in the previous episode, Read 'em and Weep, with Cro-Marmot. In reality, Dean MacDonald is an animator of Happy Tree Friends.
  • The Mole's deaths usually involve his head, vehicles, and explosions.
  • Most of The Mole's kills are slow or painful to the other characters.
  • The Mole has an interest in photography, as he sometimes takes pictures carefully. This can be seen in See What Develops and Tongue in Cheek, and he takes pictures in Mole in the City.
  • He only dies in 25 out of the 57 episodes he appears in.
  • The Mole is the sixteenth character to die in the TV series.
  • He is the only handicapped character with more kills than deaths.
  • He is the only male character to appear in all of Disco Bear's starring roles and survive all three.
  • The Mole is the most frequent victim of Mime.
  • The Mole is the first character to kill Lumpy and Petunia.
  • Without his Class Act kills, his kill count would drop from 102 to 68.
  • The Wrong Side of the Tracks, Dunce Upon a Time, and Double Whammy Part I are the only TV episodes to feature Handy and Lumpy without The Mole.
  • He, Russell and Splendid are the only main characters to have had their official name change during the show (in The Mole's case from 'The Mole' in Pitchin' Impossible to 'Mole' in The Chokes on You).
  • The Mole has buckteeth, as can be seen in Pet Peeve. If he has a triangular frown like the other characters is still unknown.
  • He is usually seen with Handy and Lumpy, especially in Don't Yank My Chain, Concrete Solution, and No Time Like the Present. This trio makes up "No Hands, No Eyes, and No Brain"
  • Mel from Growing Up Fisher is similar to The Mole in that they both blind men that are often trusted with ironic jobs (both official and unofficial) that he should not be able to.
  • He is the only character to co-star with Splendid, and not be killed (occurring in See What Develops).
  • He is the only handicapped main character without any known mental disorder.
  • He, Cro-Marmot and Mr. Pickels are the only main characters not to make an audible noise once in the series.
  • The Mole is one of the few characters to eat/drink the remains of another character, the others are Giggles, Lumpy, Petunia, Flaky, Cuddles, (Offscreen) Russell, and both sides of Flippy.
  • Despite his high survival rate he dies in two out of his three TV starring roles, A Sight for Sore Eyes and Don't Yank My Chain.
  • He is one of the few characters who is named after what animal he is. The others are Cub, Disco Bear, Cro-Marmot, Lammy and Mr. Pickels (who is a fruit).
  • The Mole is able to eat things off-screen, as is shown in the episodes Blind Date and Can't Stop Coffin, even though we never see his mouth, similar to how Handy and Cro-Marmot can perform hand-related tasks off-screen.
  • He is often the last character to die. The only episodes where he is the first to die are A Hole Lotta Love, Concrete Solution, Hear Today, Gone Tomorrow, and Pet Peeve.
  • In Remains to be Seen, he is seen walking over the hills during the credits. This makes him the first character to be seen during a credit sequence. The only other one to date is Pop in Just Desert.
  • He is one of the characters who do not die in their debut episodes, the others being Lumpy, Handy, Petunia, Splendid, Flippy, Flaky, Mime, Cro-Marmot, Disco Bear, Lammy, and Mr. Pickels.
  • The Mole is one of the eight characters wearing clothes. The others are Mime, Disco Bear, Flippy, Russell, Lammy, Pop and Lumpy.
  • The Mole is one of the only two characters who have killed Lumpy more than the number of times Lumpy has killed them back. The other character is Cro-Marmot (Debatable).
  • The only main character he has not yet killed is Mr. Pickels.
  • He, Handy, Petunia, Cro-Marmot, and Toothy are the only main characters to not star on their own in the TV series.
  • He is the only character to co-star with Splendid and survive.
  • He is the first victim of Handy, Flaky, and Mime in the TV series.
  • The Mole is one of three characters to have just his name and not "starring" or "and" in his starring card in the first season of the TV series. The others are Lifty and Shifty, because of a goof in the opening credits of As You Wish.
  • A goof in his character design is that his ears are on the top rather than the sides of his head.
  • Although he almost never notices his mistakes, he may have some vision or other reliable senses. An example of this is in Wrath of Con, where he actually notices that Sniffles is missing his pass (though this could be explained by Sniffles' annoyed grunt when he notices he is missing his pass and The Mole could have picked up on this).
  • Despite his overall kind nature, The Mole seems to be extremely stubborn, acting like he can see when he cannot. Others speculate that he is a sadist and only pretends not to notice.
  • Along with Cro-Marmot and Mr. Pickels, he is the only character never to make audible noises.
  • He and Toothy are the last characters to be killed in the Season 1 finale.
  • The Mole has had the second most careers out of all the characters, with only Lumpy having more.
  • Cuddles, Handy, and Lumpy appear in all of his starring roles in the TV series. Handy is the only character to die in every episode.
  • The Mole has the fourth most appearances in the TV series.
  • The Mole has never killed anyone nor himself in Disco Bear's starring roles.
  • In Internet Season 3, his alliterate sentence is: Myopic, meandering marches most often lead to macabre mishaps.
    • This is unusual, as myopic means nearsighted, but The Mole is blind.
    • Also, macabre means disturbing or horrifying because of the involvement with or depiction of death and injures, making his alliterate sentence the only one so far that acknowledges the show's violent nature.
  • The Mole is one of the two characters who regularly wear glasses, the other being Sniffles.
  • Despite his three starring roles in the TV series, only one mainly focuses on him, that episode being A Sight for Sore Eyes.
  • The Mole's head has gotten slightly bigger since the TV series.
  • If you choose The Mole in the Vision-O-Rama feature on the Third Strike DVD, the movie theater's screen will show nothing, even though the music and sounds from Spin Fun Knowin' Ya can be heard. This is obviously a joke on how he is blind, so he would not see anything on the screen.
  • The episode Mole in the City is the only time The Mole successfully completes his objective. Due to this, it may be likely that The Mole is better suited at being a spy than living as a normal citizen.
  • All In Vein is the only episode so far where The Mole expresses sadness.
  • Spare Me, Clause For Concern, and Buns of Steal are the only regular episodes where The Mole appears without Lumpy.
  • The only characters who have not killed The Mole are Cuddles, Cub, Disco Bear, Cro-Marmot, Lammy, and Mr. Pickels.
  • To date, The Mole has killed Lumpy more times than any other character in the series has, with a total of 9 times. This also makes Lumpy his most frequent victim.
  • His starring card in the TV series is similar to Splendid's TV starring card.
  • In some episodes, The Mole appears to be photo-aware (able to tell the difference between light and dark) instead of completely blind. In Gems the Breaks, he can tell both that the light changes and that Splendid's heat vision is in his way; in Stealing the Spotlight, though he somehow survives Lumpy's Christmas lights, he does attempt to shield his eyes from them; in A Sight for Sore Eyes, he notices when his light bulb malfunctions; and in Who's to Flame?, though it takes time, while in the sewer, he clearly notices that he is in a dark area and attempts to rectify that by lighting a match.
  • Some people thought that The Mole had no eyes, but this may have been proven false in the Dumb Ways to Die - HTF Edition.
    • Though this may be false altogether due to the fact that Dumb Ways to Die - HTF Edition was not made by Mondo Media.
  • The Mole is one of the few characters with more than 100 kills. The others are Lumpy, Sniffles, Pop, Mime, and Fliqpy.

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