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    Monty Butterworth (Johnny Test)

    Monty Butterworth
    "Watch it, dimwits!"
    Gender: Male
    Type: Annoying Clichéd Mean Rich Boy
    Age: 11
    Species: Human
    Portrayed by: Ian James Corlett
    Status: Alive
    Media of origin: Johnny Test
    First appearance: Mush, Johnny, Mush
    Last appearance: Johnny vs. The Dukenator


    Monty Butterworth is a minor antagonist of the American-Canadian animated series Johnny Test. He is a spoiled rich kid and an enemy of Bling-Bling Boy and Johnny Test, who was first seen in "Mush, Johnny, Mush" and later appeared in "Johnny vs. The Dukenator".

    He was voiced by Ian James Corlett.


    Why He Needs to Watch It

    1. He's really just a stereotypical mean popular boy who has nothing unique about him whatsoever.
    2. He's also pretty pointless and serves pretty much no purpose other than to be a nuisance.
    3. He is also a complete jerk to people for no reason such as when he told Johnny and Dukey to move it really rudely.
    4. He's really just Bling-Bling Boy again but without the charm and likability as him.
    5. His voice is also pretty annoying to listen too with Ian James Corlett doing a somewhat bad job voicing him just like the way he voiced Roley in the 2015 Bob the Builder reboot.
    6. He also gloats nonstop which can also get really annoying.
    7. He is also a complete cheater like when in "Mush, Johnny, Mush" when he went past everyone before the race even started and throwing a snowball at Johnny and Dukey to slow them down and making everyone slip on ice and not caring if they get hurt or not, granted, everyone else was also cheating in the episode but still.
    8. He was at his absolute worst in "Johnny vs. The Dukenator" when he kicked Johnny and Dukey out the fancy dog spa and controlling Dukey to betray Johnny to kick him out again.
    9. Overall, he's a very pointless and clichéd character who just exists to be a rich jerk with no redeeming qualities whatsoever (not counting the redeeming qualities bellow).

    Redeeming Qualities

    1. He got his comeuppance in "Mush, Johnny, Mush" when he got stuck on the sign and being called a loser by Eugene and in "Johnny vs. The Dukenator" when he got controlled by the collar instead of Dukey which means he thankfully isn't a karma houdini.
    2. His design is okay.
    3. Thankfully, he didn't appear in any future episodes in both the original show or the 2021 Netflix reboot, which can make him pretty easy to forget about.

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