Burt Burtonburger (Kid vs. Kat)

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Burt Burtonburger
Burt Burtonburger (Kid vs Kat).png
"Coop, no TV or video games for 3 months."
Gender: Male
Type: Comic Relief Filler Character with No Personality
Usually Brainwashed Character
Age: 37 (Season 1)
38 (Season 2)
Species: Human
Portrayed by: Trevor Devall
Media of origin: Kid vs. Kat


Burt Burtonburger is one of the characters of the Canadian animated series, Kid vs. Kat. He is the head of his household and father of Coop and Millie.

Why He's A Weak And Awful Dad

  1. He has no personality whatsoever. In fact, he lacks so much personality, that he can hardly be considered a character.
  2. Like Millie, he also gets easily fooled by Mr. Kat's tricks and blames Coop for almost everything.
  3. He never believes Coop for all the dirty work Kat has done.
  4. He punishes Coop for almost everything, even for the things he never did, thus making him similar to Stephen Stotch from South Park.
    • Even if it's something Coop really can't do, Burt still blames him for it, which is pretty dumb.
  5. He is a bland comic relief for the series.
  6. He never trusts Coop for anything when it's all Kat's fault.
  7. Whenever other characters blame Coop for Kat's evildoings, he never stands up for him and instead believes that Coop is responsible for all the bad things that happened.
  8. He never disciplines, scolds, or even punishes Millie for the bad things she does but instead tags along with her and spoils her rotten.
  9. He can be considered another example of a bad father.
  10. His design, while passable, looks like a Lawrence Fletcher reject from Phineas and Ferb as well as looking a lot like the father from Calvin and Hobbes.
  11. He is so oblivious of Kat's true identity in a way that's humanly impossible.

Redeeming Qualities

  1. He once found out the truth about Mr. Kat in "Fangs for the Memories", although this was only temporary since most of his memories were from Coop's.
  2. He still cares for his son Coop, despite never trusting him about Mr. Kat's true identity.
  3. His design, despite looking like a Lawrence Fletcher reject as well as looking too similar to Calvin’s father, is passable.
    • Even his past child self is cute, which was only seen in flashbacks.
  4. There are some instances where he can be likable in some episodes.
    • Even his alternate future self in "Kat To The Future Part 2" is more likable.
  5. Even though, since he doesn't even punish Millie for her actions (as seen in WHS#8), he actually did punish her in "Cookie D'Uh", which is definitely perfect karma for her.
  6. It might seem tough dealing with two kids and one animal (who is an alien) in the house, making him a bit understandably sympathetic, though it doesn't entirely excuse all he has done. It could be because his unseen wife isn't there to help him handle the kids prior to whatever happened to her.
    • And for top of that, he can be somewhat sympathetic sometimes, such as the time where he was somewhat abused or tortured, notably by Old Lady Munson.
  7. "Tell Coop I'm sorry I never believed him!"

Trivia

  • His voice actor, Trevor Devall also voiced Dukey Test and Mr. Teacherman from Johnny Test (2005), who replaced Louis Chirillo in Seasons 5-6.

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