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    Bob the Dog (Oggy and the Cockroaches)

    Bob the Dog (Oggy and the Cockroaches)
    Oggy and the Cockroaches' equivalent of Spike the Bulldog, but with none of his charm and likability.
    Gender: Male
    Type: Oggy's Angry Next-Door Neighbor
    Species: Bulldog
    Portrayed by: Hugues Le Bars
    Status: Alive
    Media of origin: Oggy and the Cockroaches

    Bob is a large, brown bulldog from the French animated series Oggy and the Cockroaches and its 2022 reboot, Oggy and the Cockroaches: Next Generation. He is Oggy's next door neighbor and usually beats up any character that messes with him, usually Oggy and the Cockroaches.

    He is voiced by the late Hugues Le Bars.

    Intentional Bad Qualities

    1. He is very abusive towards Oggy and beats him up whenever Oggy aggravates him, even over the littlest things.
    2. Not only does he beat up Oggy, but he also beats up other characters such as the Cockroaches and Jack.
    3. His barking and growling can come off scary or loud towards some viewers, especially younger viewers.
    4. He is very destructive and keeps destroying things all around him.
    5. He even does some gross stuff every now and then.
    6. He moves in to Oggy's house after the Cockroaches destroy his house on Homebreaker and takes over the house without sharing it with Oggy.
    7. He usually blames Oggy for stuff he didn’t do whenever the Roaches try to frame him.
    8. He is also an animal abuser such as in The Yak Festival where he keeps abusing his own yak to make sure he wins the festival.
    9. His character started to become somewhat of a Butt-Monkey in later seasons, where he usually gets involved in the other characters' hijinks and keeps getting abused.
    10. He is also shown to be a coward at times such as in The Green Thumb where he screams like a girl after getting stung by a bee.
    11. He was at his absolute worst on Baby Boum, where he bribes a stork to deliver all the babies to Oggy, and laughs at Oggy being forced to take care of the babies at the end of the episode, this makes him come off as a Karma Houdini.
    12. His character started to become much more worse on Oggy and the Cockroaches: The Next Generation, where he started to be a much bigger jerk to Oggy than he ever was before and even go as far as making fun of him.
    13. His nephew in the reboot is just as bad, if not worse than he is, since he usually spoils him and makes sure he gets his way most of the time.
    14. His character in this show is basically Spike Bulldog from Tom and Jerry, but without any of his likable traits (or even a bulldog version of Tom's notorious owner from the Gene Deitch era).

    Good Qualities

    1. To be fair, his character was made to be unlikable in the first place.
    2. To be fair, he was usually trying to mind his own business and beats up Oggy and the Cockroaches whenever they bother him and has a good reason as to why he hates them.
    3. The series wouldn’t be as good without him.
    4. He does show his softer side at times such as in Oggy's Teddy Bear.
    5. His design is alright.
    6. He did receive some character development in season 4 where he started to be on better terms with Oggy.
    7. He usually does get his comeuppance a lot of times such as in The Piggy Bank, Penguin Pandemonium, Copy Cat, Working Cat, Paper Chase, Pharonuf, Magic Carpet Ride, Joey and the Magic Bean, Jack-in-A-Box, Termite-ator, Olivia, The Cube, Olivia's Pimple, The Kitchen Boy, Butterfly Race, (Un)Happy Camper!, Oggy and the Magic Smile, Bicycle Crazy, Gladiator Oggy, The Hunchback from the Cathedral, Oggy and the Tramp, Oggy's Dragon, Oggy's 1001 Nights, The Yak Festival, Oggy Sumo, Little Spoiled Neighbor, In a Pickle, The Best Uncle, Scout's Honor, Princess Piya, and especially High Rise Nightmare.
    8. He can be funny at times.


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