Milo (Fish Hooks)

Not to be confused with Milo from Mars Needs Moms.
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"HAWT DAWG!!!!!!"
Gender: Male
Type: Mean-spirited and Lazy Idiot
Age: 17
Species: Siamese fighting fish
Portrayed by: Kyle Massey
Status: Alive
Media of origin: Fish Hooks

Milo is the main protagonist of the Disney Channel animated series Fish Hooks. He is a Siamese fighting fish, who is the brother of Oscar and is best friends with Bea.

Bad Qualities

  1. He's a rip-off of both SpongeBob SquarePants from the show of the same name and Flapjack from The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack due to him being a bumbling yet adventurous person. However, how he is written is really bad because of these pointers seen below.
  2. His voice (while decent) can be very stereotypical and annoying.
  3. His design is pretty ugly, even for a fish. It looks more like a colorful ghost with hair and big lips rather than an actual fish.
  4. He is a very mean-spirited character, who gets Oscar into many stressful and dangerous situations; which goes to the point where he passes out in one episode.
  5. He is also very lazy. In fact, he even wears Oscar's underwear at times, all for no good reason.
  6. His catchphrase, "Hawt dawg!" can get old and very annoying for some people.
  7. He gets what he wants through manipulation and deceit, much like Johnny Test from seasons 4-6 of Johnny Test (2005).
  8. He somehow gained a lot of friends later on, despite some of them being his mortal enemies.
  9. He can be annoyingly stupid, like when he asked Oscar what would happen if he were to stick his head up a pipe, and did it anyways despite there being a sign not to. It can get to the point that his stupidity is more irritating than funny.

"Hawt Dawg!" Qualities

  1. He is shown to care for his brother and his friend Bea, like when he saved Oscar and Bea from the Cat.
  2. He does improve in seasons 2 and 3, though that's not saying much.
  3. In the season 2 episode, "Fish Lips Sink Ships", he tries to prevent Bea from exposing Mr. Baldwin's secret, although he let it slip in the first place.
  4. Despite being irresponsible and always being the brunt of Oscar's situations, he does his best with helping him.
  5. He does have consequences for his actions.
  6. His human design in "Pool Party Panic" isn't too bad, since he looks much better.
  7. Though stereotypical and annoying, Kyle Massey did a decent job voicing him.


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