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    SwaySway and Buhdeuce
    "Quazy CUZ WE CAN('T)!"
    Gender: Male
    Type: Incredibly Obnoxious, Annoying, Idiotic, and Unfunny Duo of Ducks
    Age: Unknown
    Species: Ducks
    Portrayed by: Robbie Daymond
    Eric Bauza
    Status: Alive
    Media of origin: Breadwinners


    SwaySway and Buhdeuce are the main protagonists of the infamous Nickelodeon show Breadwinners. They are a pair of ducks who deliver bread all around Pondgea. SwaySway is voiced by Robbie Daymond, while Buhdeuce is voiced by Eric Bauza.

    Why They're "Quazy Cuz They Can't"

    1. Like Fanboy and Chum Chum from the series of the same name (coincidentally, both are Nickelodeon shows and characters), both of them are pale rip-offs of both SpongeBob SquarePants and Patrick Star from SpongeBob SquarePants, except that they are much more hyperactive, obnoxious, destructive and gross, and far less likable, to the point where they make the respective versions of the characters from seasons 6b and 7 and seasons 6-9a of SpongeBob and Patrick seem likable, mature, funny, cheerful, intelligent, tolerable and not boring or annoying characters. Besides, they are also rip-offs of Beavis and Butt-Head from the TV show of the same name, especially considering their personalities and behavior.
      • Th two are very similar to Fanboy and Chum Chum and they aren't any better than the other duo themselves.
    2. The two twerk a lot, especially SwaySway (who is the tall, thin green duck in blue). Buhdeuce (who is the short, fat green duck in red) is known to punch things with his buttocks, which is called a "booty kick".
      • Not only do they twerk, they also fart a lot as well. It’s worse in "PB&J", where they did a "farty punch".
      • Both of them provide lots of disgusting toilet humor and butt humor.
    3. They're one-dimensional and show little emotions other than being overly hyperactive, hip, radical, and obnoxious.
    4. They aren't afraid of breaking laws and being flat-out creepy. One instance has the two breaking into an all-girl summer camp so SwaySway can seduce a female duck, Jenny Quackles with a love drug disguised as bread (meaning SwaySway is being perverted). Another instance has them chasing T-Midi with chainsaws.
      • They even became villains or anti-villains in some episodes such as "Buhdeuce Goes Berserks", "Bad to the Duck Bone" and "Love Loaf".
    5. Their character designs look badly unfinished and laughably lazy like they were drawn by a 5-year-old. They barely even look like ducks (or any other birds in general), and more like slime blobs or frogs with orange lipstick or even mutated green peas with legs.
    6. They often torture others with their stupidity and selfishness.
    7. Their friendship wasn't as charming in season 2 as it was in season 1, since their character got even worse as the series progressed. They began being horrible to each other. SwaySway was especially bad in "Wolf Head Bread" and Buhdeuce in "Unlucky Duckies".
    8. They are extremely sadistic, to the point of chasing T-Midi with chainsaws in "A Crustmas Carol".
    9. SwaySway became more pathetic in Season 2, being a more selfish and whiny crybaby than in Season 1.

    Redeeming Qualities

    1. They're slightly more likable in the YouTube pilot episode, and fully likable/tolerable in some episodes like "Great White Shark Bread".
    2. They do care about other characters at times, especially each other; SwaySway is often protective of Buhdeuce, especially in season 1.
    3. They can be very funny at times and have their share of heartwarming moments on the show.
    4. Robbie Daymond and Eric Bauza voice them pretty well.
    5. They do (if rarely) get comeuppance for their actions.
    6. SwaySway has a nice singing voice.
    7. They do their best to fix their mistakes (in case they realize them).

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