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Roger Klotz is the school bully in the Nickelodeon/Disney animated series, Doug.

Personality

Roger is the local bully of both Bluffington Elementary School and Beebe Bluff Middle School. The main object of his bullying is Doug Funnie, ever since Doug first moved to town on account of the fact of Doug being the "new kid". Despite being a bully, he can be friendly at times, and is more of a friend to Doug in the Disney episodes, but still has some of his antagonistic traits. Despite his constant bullying and teasing of him though, Roger has maintains no true hatred or grudge towards Doug and it has been revealed on a moderate variety of occasions that he only bullies Doug out of jealousy of his more likeable esteem amongst their peers on account of his kinder and more honest personality. In one episode of the Nickelodeon series, Roger was bullied by Mr. Bone's nephew Percy Femur, leading to having Doug defend him before Mr. Bone found out about his nephew being a jerk.

He lived with his mother and his pet cat, Stinky, in a trailer in Bluffington, until his mother sold the town for a large amount of money, and moved into a mansion, becoming the arch-rival of Beebe Bluff in terms of money. His parents are divorced, and his father lives in Bloatsburg (where Doug originally lived).

Roger's closest friends are Ned Capuhee, Boomer Bledsoe, and Willy White, who are often seen around him. They complete his gang, but are usually nicer than him (though this is usually when he's not around). Later on in the series, Roger develops a crush on Patti Mayonnaise and he and Doug begin to go in for her attention. Aside from them, Roger’s best friend is his pet cat Stinky, who acts the same role to Roger as Porkchop does to Doug, the former whom Stinky rivals and disputes with whenever the two come into contact.

According to the episode "Doug Graduates" (from Nickelodeon), he has been in the sixth grade for three years (counting the year the show takes place), making him two years older than Doug.

Trivia

  • Connie Benge has a secret crush on him in the Disney series as revealed in a Disney Adventures issue.
  • His father works as a circus clown; his mother works as a hairdresser.
  • His garage band in "Doug's No Dummy" is called "Roger and the Ulcers".
  • In the original 1990 pilot, "Doug Can't Dance", Roger has another gang, and his voice was higher pitched.
  • His favorite foods are brownies and hot dogs.
  • Roger once had a crush on Doug's older sister, Judy in a Nickelodeon episode.
  • Roger has always wanted a big plastic cow since he was an toddler.
  • Roger used to have somewhat of a crush on Patti in the pilot episode of the series, but this was dropped later on. A 1993 trading card for the series from Topps lists that he still has a crush on her.
  • He always wanted to own his own gas station.
  • Roger reads Rich Guy magazine in the Disney series.
  • Roger is afraid of vampires and snakes.
  • He secretly attends ballet classes.
  • He likes the Doctor Cop movies.
  • His hair is cutted to resemble bacon in the Nickelodeon series.
  • He has special moments with Judy Funnie in three episodes: "Doug's Worst Nightmare", "Doug in Debt", and she really kisses him in "Doug Gets Booked".
  • Out of all the pairings concerning Roger and female characters, Judy is the one he was most often shipped with.
  • His catchphrase is "Joeycookamonga" and it made its first appearance in "Doug's in the Money", it became his permanent one in "Doug's New School"..
  • Along with Doug, Roger was one of the only characters in the Disney series to get a new voice actor, though his new voice was not as poorly received as Doug's, since Roger's new voice actor (Chris Phillips) sounded closer to Roger's original voice (Billy West).
  • In the live show, he had his same original outfit.
  • In a Nickelodeon episode, when Mr. Bone dumped water on everybody's heads, you may notice his hair looks like his Disney hairstyle when it was wet.

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References


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Media
Disney's Doug(Episode List)Doug's 1st Movie
Characters
Doug FunniePorkchopPatti MayonnaiseSkeeter ValentineConnie BengeRoger KlotzBeebe BluffStinkyJudy FunnieMr. DinkMrs. DinkChalky StudebakerBob WhitePhil FunnieTheda FunnieCleopatra FunnieAl and Moo SleechSkunky BeaumontGuy GrahamFentruck StimmelS.T.U.A.R.T.Herman MelvilleQuailmanQuaildogSupersportSilver SkeeterMaterial GirlDr. RubbersuitGolden SalmonDr. Klotzenstein
Episodes
Season One: "Doug's Last Birthday" • "Doug's New School" • "Doug Grows Up" • "Doug's Hoop Nightmare" • "Doug's Patti Beef" • "Doug: A Limited Corporation" • "Doug's in Debt!" • "Doug's Bloody Buddy" • "Doug's Big Comeback" • "Doug Directs" • "Doug's Movie Madness" • "Doug's Brain Drain" • "Doug: The Big Switch" • "Doug Gets His Wish" • "Doug's Secret Christmas" • "Doug's Hot Dog" • "Doug's Great Opportoonity" • "Doug Gets a Roommate" • "Doug Gets Booked" • "Doug's Minor Catastrophe" • "Doug's Big Panic" • "Doug's Hairy Situation" • "Doug: Oh, Baby" • "Doug's Disappearing Dog" • "Doug's Mural Mania" • "Doug on the Road"
Season Two: "Doug's Secret of Success" • "Doug's Friend's Friend" • "Doug's Chubby Buddy" • "Quailman VI: The Dark Quail Saga" • "Judy, Judy, Judy" • "Doug's Dougapalooza" • "Doug Gets it All" • "Doug's Thanksgiving"
Season Three: "Doug's Midnight Kiss" • "Doug's Older Woman" • "Doug Gets Right Back On!" • "Quailman VII: Quaildad" • "Doug's in the Middle" • "Night of the Living Dougs" • "Doug's Dream House" • "Quailman Takes the Blame" • "Doug and the Bluffington Five" • "Quailman Vs. Supersport" • "Doug's Concert Crisis" • "Quailman Vs. the Annoying S.T.U.A.R.T." • "Quailman Vs. the Whackhammer" • "Judy's Big Admission" • "Quailman Vs. the Quizzler" • "Doug's Sour Songbird" • "Doug's Best Buddy" • "Quailman and the Quintuple Quandary" • "Quailman's Bad Hair Day" • "Beebe Goes Broke" • "Quailman and the L.U.B." • "Patti's Dad Dilemma" • "Quailman: The Un-Quail Saga" • "Doug Cuts School" • "Quailman Vs. the Triad of Terror" • "Doug Plays Cupid" • "Doug: I, Rubbersuit" • "Doug's Adventures On-Line" • "Quailman Vs. the Little Rubber Army" • "Doug's Grand Band Plan" • "Doug's Marriage Madness"

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