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    Gus and Wally (Rocket Monkeys)

    Gus and Wally
    No, not the ones from Mission Hill, we meant the ones that go "WE LOVE BANANA-NA-NA-NA-NA-NA-NANAS!"
    Gender: Male
    Type: Braindead and Immature Astronaut Monkeys
    Species: Monkey
    Portrayed by: Seán Cullen (Gus)
    Mark Edwards (Wally)
    Status: Alive
    Media of origin: Rocket Monkeys
    First appearance: I Am Not a Banana
    Last appearance: The Last Peel


    Gus and Wally are the main protagonists who are astronaut monkeys from the infamous Teletoon TV series Rocket Monkeys. They are a pair of monkeys who go on various missions and adventures, such as clashing with Lord Peel and his army. Gus is voiced by Seán Cullen, while Wally is voiced by Mark Edwards.

    Why They Don't Deserve to Eat Bananas

    1. Their personalities are too inconsistent. For example, Gus is as dumb or dumber as Wally, but then he acts like the brains of the two.
    2. Their names are too similar to the positively portrayed gay couple of the same name from Mission Hill, which is even more disturbing given the fact that they are brothers, which gives off a potential incest reference.
    3. They enjoy being gassy and usually fart at Yay-OK's face.
    4. They provide loads of disgusting toilet and gross-out humor, especially in the third season. Examples include, but are not limited to:
      • Wally making several "Tinkles" in several episodes such as "The Other Room", "A Fistful of Sniggets", and "Room to Panic".
      • Wally making a long, excessive fart in "Smell Monkey Smell".
      • Wally pooping his pants during "poopy time" in "Monkey's Best Friend".
      • Wally eating bugs in the orange-suited monkey's back in "Dude, Where's My Dad?"
      • Gus and Wally sharing their internal body parts and a lasagna that is shaped like a diary in "Sharing is Caring".
      • Gus pooping his suit twice and peeing his suit once in "So Mature".
      • Gus pooping in the potted plant, albeit offscreen by Yay-OK, in "Monkey in the Mirror".
      • Gus and Wally implying that they poop their suits in the same episode.
      • Gus pooping on the fountain and Wally peeing in the toilet in "The Other Room".
    5. Unlike Yay-OK, Gus and Wally are pointless protagonists, and they have no character development whatsoever.
    6. Speaking of which, Wally is the worst character from the show due to being a complete moron who causes mayhem with his mere presence.
    7. They even twerked a couple of times.
    8. Both of them make disgusting faces which might offend some audiences, like Wally making this face for example. Heck, even when Gus gouges his eyeballs using his finger and his brain using his tail, which is very disturbing and disgusting.
    9. They are both immature and brain-dead.
    10. Wally's voice is generally very annoying to listen to.
    11. They are one of the reasons why the show is disliked.
    12. Both of them annoy Lord Peel every time they encounter him.
      • In fact, they are responsible for Lord Peel's misery and "villainy".
    13. Their designs are mediocre and ugly-looking.
    14. Gus is a horrible brother towards Wally, forcing him to do things he doesn't want and sometimes being outright abusive. Sounds familiar?.
      • He also apologizes a lot but never learns anything, just repeating the same mistakes and apologizing again.
      • One of the things he does is cast Wally aside to win a contest, switching him with YAY-OK.
      • He bullied Wally for having a shorter and more common tail, letting YAY-OK treat him like dirt.
    15. Gus is rather neglectful towards his pet Inky, while Wally is constantly annoying him, claiming he likes him more.

    Redeeming Qualities

    1. They can be funny at times.
    2. They are likable in some episodes such as "Princess Nefarious" and "Ships, Trips and Wormholes".
      • They are also likable in some bad episodes such as "Chimpsky-A-Go-Go".
      • In "Monkey Too Young" Gus is annoying, telling Wally he is too young to do anything, but it's because he cares about his brother, unlike most other episodes.
      • Every once in a while, Wally is at least likable trying to prove himself as a hero such as in "Monkey Too Young".
      • They are much more likable in the 2008 pilot. Gus is grumpy, but sane and sympathetic, and Wally is childish and not bright, but is thoughtful towards Gus.
    3. Despite his mistreatment towards him, Gus deeply cares about Wally and can even be overprotective.
    4. The monkeys are often called out for their selfishness, especially in later episodes.
    5. Séan Cullen does a good job voicing Gus.

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