Billy (The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy: Seasons 5-6)

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Billy (The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy: Seasons 5-6)
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"And besides, it’s fun to smash stuff!"
Gender: Male
Type: Idiotic Psychopath
Age: 9
Species: Human
Portrayed by: Richard Steven Horvitz
Status: Alive
Media of Origin: 'The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy'


Billy is one of the two title characters from The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy and voiced by Richard Steven Horvitz. He along with Mandy are the owners and best friends of the Grim Reaper.

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 Sucks Now

  1. His stupidity has gone from being hilarious to irritating.
  2. He used to be much more cheerful and carefree, but now has become a much bigger nuisance towards everyone, mostly General Skarr.
  3. He along with Mandy are huge bullies towards Grim.
  4. He refuses to follow Grim and Mandy's orders and does what he wants.
  5. His voice can be grating to listen to whenever he yells or screams.
  6. He does much more grosser things than he already does, like for instance, it is revealed that he poops in General Skarr's garden and eats his flowers.
  7. He was at his worst in the episode "Everything Breaks", where he says that he smashes stuff just because he thinks it's fun.
  8. He is also just as mean as Mandy is, evident when:
  9. 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.
  10. He along with Mandy barely get punished for their actions.

Redeeming Qualities

  1. He was much better and more tolerable in the first four seasons.
  2. He still has his hilarious moments whenever he is in character.
  3. There were still a few moments he cares about Grim and Mandy.
  4. Richard Steven Horvitz did a good job voicing him, except when he yells or screams, as said earlier.

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