Billy (The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy, seasons 5 and 6)
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During the first four seasons, he was a simple-minded, yet charming character. But during the last two seasons, a more malicious side of his personality is shown.
Why He's Stupider Now
- His stupidity has gone from being hilarious and funny to irritating, unfunny, and stale.
- He used to be much more cheerful and carefree, but now has become a much bigger nuisance towards everyone, mostly General Skarr.
- He and Mandy have become huge bullies towards Grim.
- He now refuses to follow Grim and Mandy's orders and does what he wants.
- His voice, while still good for the most part, can be grating to listen to at times, particularly when he yells or screams.
- He provides much more gross out humor than he already did in the first four seasons. For instance, in one episode it is revealed that he poops in General Skarr's garden and eats his flowers.
- He was at his worst in the episode "Everything Breaks", where he says that he smashes stuff just because he thinks it's fun.
- He is also just as mean as Mandy is, which is evident when:
- In the episode "The Love That Dare Not Speak Its Name", he repeatedly assaults Grim just because Blandy had a crush on the latter instead of him.
- In the episode "Be A-Fred, Be Very A-Fred", he blames Grim for making Fred Fredburger cry when it was actually his own fault along with Mandy.
- He was much meaner to Jeff in the second film Billy & Mandy: Wrath of the Spider Queen, where he refuses to have Jeff marry Velma and calls her ugly.
- He is responsible for everything that occurred in the crossover special "The Grim Adventures of the KND". The only difference is that Mandy was just speeding things up.
- He barely gets punished for his actions, making him a Karma Houdini (and an Idiot Houdini, due to his idiotic behavior).
- He was a much better and more tolerable character in the first four seasons.
- He still has his hilarious moments whenever he is in character.
- There were still a few moments where he cares about Grim and Mandy.
- Richard Steven Horvitz did a good job voicing him, except when he yells or screams, as said earlier.
- He did get his comeuppance in "Detention X" where he was sent to a dimension full of things that he was scared of/didn't like.