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    "Don't let your kids watch this!" - Robbie Rotten

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    "And don't forget the olives!"

    The Grunt Brothers" (Frank, Tony, Bing, Dean, Sammy, and Perry, who isn't pictured)) are humanoid like creatures and the main characters of the MTV show The Brothers Grunt. They were ordered to find Perry after he escaped when he was picked as the chosen one. Whenever they're in the human world, the humans don't seem to mind or just ignore them whenever they're around. They're all voiced by Doug Parker.

    Why They Are Grunts

    1. Their designs are ugly, extremely crude, and very disturbing.
    2. They are supposed to look for their brother Perry but they don't seem to know what they're doing and just interact with the humans around them instead.
    3. They don't do that much except for wailing and flailing their limbs.
    4. Their voices are extremely annoying to listen to and it sounds like a duck getting strangled.
    5. They do several gross stuff like coming out of toilets or having their hands in their underpants.
    6. They have little to no character development.
    7. They are very bad at fitting with humans.


    • The Grunts' names are based on real-life 1950s vocalists, such as Frank (Sinatra), Tony (Bennett), Bing (Crosby), Dean (Martin), Sammy (Davis Jr.), and Perry (Como).


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