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    Melvin Sneedly (Captain Underpants)

    Melvin Sneedly
    "You guys are so immature."
    Gender: Male
    Type: Egoistical Young Scientist
    Misanthropic Little Snitch
    Age: 11
    Species: Human
    Portrayed by: Jordan Peele (movie)
    Jorge Diaz (TV series)
    Status: Alive
    Media of origin: Captain Underpants
    First appearance: Captain Underpants


    Melvin Sneedly is the main anti-hero of the Captain Underpants franchise. He is one of the only characters in the series that has no sense of humor. In the film adaptation, he is voiced by Jordan Peele.

    Intentional Immature Qualities

    Note: These pointers apply to all of Melvin's incarnations.

    1. The main problem with him is that he is a spoiled young scientist kid who dislikes George and Harold for pulling pranks at school.
    2. He is a total wet blanket, since he hates having fun and has no sense of humor, unlike the other kids.
      • In fact, he even tried to cancel Halloween and later made it illegal.
    3. He is no better in the sixth book where he goes as far as to verbally treat Sulu, his pet hamster turned test subject, very poorly, while trying to create a machine to fuse with a robot so that he can have strength. However, he later ended turning himself into a robotic booger creature dubbed "The Bionic Booger Boy" when he was sneezing as laser-guided karma.
    4. He was at his absolute worst in the seventh book, as when he got Captain Underpants's powers, he starts to use it for selfish purposes, and it even almost got George, Harold, and Mr. Krupp/Captain Underpants killed.
    5. He is shown to be hypocritical when he says to the kids "You guys are so immature!" (his catchphrase), despite the fact that he can be immature at times.
      • Speaking of his catchphrase, it is very annoying.
    6. He is also shown to break promises, as seen in his debut in the second book, when George and Harold made the Invention Convention cancelled, he tattled on them to Mr. Krupp.
    7. He's shown to be a big-time narcissist.
    8. He once went as far as to destroy George and Harold's treehouse. That is not only a heartless thing to do to innocent people, but it is bad for the environment and is also a waste of money and shelter.
    9. He is also a hypocrite, as he berated and sells out George and Harold constantly for breaking school rules, yet Melvin has also broken school rules, such as abusing his pet hamster in class.
    10. He is very selfish and spoiled as after he was defeated and had his superpowers taken from him by George and Harold after the whole booger boy fiasco, Melvin throws a bratty temper tantrum.

    Intentional Mature Qualities

    1. He does have common sense (e.g. deciding on survival or extra credit, and choosing the former over the latter in the end).
    2. Of course, he receives karma for his snooty and sinister behavior. For instance, in the sixth book, he got spanked by Sulu in front of the whole class for threatening to spank him (which was attempted animal abuse).
      • Another good example is in the end of the seventh book by being chased by an angry mob for the actions Mr. Krupp/Captain Underpants did while he was in the former’s body.
    3. Melvin chose to save George and Harold in the season 2 finale of the TV series, since he didn't want to become as evil as his future self.
    4. His hatred of Halloween is very understandable because he was not invited, so he helped out and apologized in the end.
    5. Jordan Peele and Jorge Diaz both did it right when voicing him.
    6. 🎵🎵Check it out, yo, I'm Melvinator S. Y'all goofing with checkers, while I'm playing chess. This is so simple, I do it in my sleep. Then, all you jokers be left in a heap! Everyone sees I'm the best around. Not playing small, I'm the world renown. Look at my name; it's a proper noun. Space showdown-down-down-down!🎵🎵

    Trivia

    • Melvin was based on an smart but annoying classmate Dav met in sixth grade (nicknamed Michael Sneedman to protect his identity).
    • There's even a meme depicting him saying, "I R NOT DOO DOO!" as he sees a sign that says, "U R DOO DOO." on it.

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