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The Red Guys are characters in [[Don't Hug Me I'm Scared 6]]. 
 
The Red Guys are characters in [[Don't Hug Me I'm Scared 6]]. 
   
There are multiple characters that closely resemble [[Red Guy]] that appeared throughout the episode. The characters are nearly identical to Red Guy. The primary difference being the fact that the Red Guys of this universe wear suits. They seem to have even less interest in lessons than Red Guy in the normal series, seeing as they all boo him and state that the song "sounds really boring" and that they "do not like it." The characters seem to all work in an office. It is possible that there is a large universe in which the Red Guys live seeing as they are shown in a bar as well as an office showing the idea of there being lots of places there.  The original Red Guy is shown in this series to possibly be a nudist as the other main puppets wear clothes and the Red Guys of this universe wear clothes
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There are a group of characters that closely resemble [[Red Guy|Red Guy.]] They all have pretty much the same personality as Red Guy, the primary difference being that they all wear clothes They seem to have even less interest in creativity than Red Guy, seeing as one of them shoots down his idea of the file singing and dancing and they boo him when he sings the Creativity Song. The characters all seem to work in an office. 
   
 
== Appearances ==
 
== Appearances ==
The characters seem to look like humans in furry red suits with red moplike heads and eyes resting on top. Over the red fursuits, they wear a suit very similar to the main Red Guy in episodes 1-4 (as well as making cameos in episode 5).  
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The characters resemble humans in furry red suits with long hair (resembling a mop) and eyes resting on top. They all wear business suits.   
   
 
== Role in series ==
 
== Role in series ==
The Red Guys only make one appearance, in episode six. However, it arguably has one of the most important roles in the series. In the scene depicting Red Guy in the real world, they teach him that the real world is even more boring than the lessons he is constantly subjected to. They also seem to have some odd association with Roy, as he makes an appearance in the bar scene being the only one who does not boo (although this may be due to an inability to speak). 
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The Red Guys only make one appearance in episode six. They are arguably some of the most prominent characters in the series. They appear in the scene where Red Guy has been transported to the real world, and they teach him that the real world is even more boring than the lessons he is constantly subjected to. They also seem to have some strange association with Roy, as he makes an appearance in the bar scene being the only one who does not jeer at Red Guy (although this may be due to an inability to speak). 
   
 
== Personality ==
 
== Personality ==
The Red Guys are shown to be satisfied with working in a boring job where they are subjected to menial tasks such as "filing files" for hours on end. The characters seem to dislike Red Guy's creative and unique personality and want him to assimilate to their boring lives. They are shown to mimic creativity shown in the scene where a red guy is shown mashing keys on a piano in an attempt to show creativity when, in reality, they are just mashing random keys
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The Red Guys are shown to be satisfied with working in a boring office, where they are subjected to menial tasks such as "filing files" for hours on end. The characters seem to dislike Red Guy's creative and unique personality and want him to assimilate to their boring lives. They are shown to mimic creativity shown in the scene where one is shown slamming a piano in an attempt to show creativity when in reality, he is just hitting random keys
   
 
== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==
* It is possible that these Red Guys are only a creation of Roy since they seem to disappear when Roy sees Red Guy and wishes to speak to him.
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* The Red Guys all seem to be male.
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* The Red Guys are voiced by [[Joe Pelling]]. It is possible that these Red Guys were also a simulation created by Roy, since they seem to disappear when Roy sees Red Guy and wishes to speak to him.
* It is also possible that the Red Guys are obsessed with files as they seem to include files in everything they say.
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* All the Red Guys seem to have the same personality. This might imply that they are a metaphor for Red Guy having a problem with who he is and how he feels about the lessons.
 
* The Red Guys seem identical to Red Guy even in personality possibly implying that the Red Guys are a metaphor for Red Guy having a problem with who he is and how he feels about the lessons.
 
* The Red Guys have the same voice as Red Guy.
 
   
 
== Quotes ==
 
== Quotes ==
* "Can you file these files for me."
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* "Can you file these files for me?
 
* "No... that sounds really boring"
 
* "Yeah, so I was like that isn't even the same bucket!"
 
 
* "Hahaha bucket friend"
 
   
* "So I am the cool guy, I guess... laid back and sad..."
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* "No... that sounds really boring".
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* "Yeah, so I was like 'That isn't even the same bucket!'"
   
* "Yeah, so nowadays I hurt my leg to [death/today]."
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* "So I am the cool guy, I guess... Laid back and sad."
   
* "Huh? Well, that's rude... no clothes..."
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* "Well, that's rude. No clothes."
* "BOO!"
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* "BOO! I don't like it!"
* "I don't like it!"
 
 
* "It's not very good at all!"
 
* "It's not very good at all!"
* "Get off!"
 
* "Go away!"
 
* "No."
 
 
[[Category:Characters]]
 
[[Category:Characters]]
 
[[Category:Minor Characters]]
 
[[Category:Minor Characters]]

Revision as of 12:29, March 14, 2020

The Red Guys are characters in Don't Hug Me I'm Scared 6

There are a group of characters that closely resemble Red Guy. They all have pretty much the same personality as Red Guy, the primary difference being that they all wear clothes They seem to have even less interest in creativity than Red Guy, seeing as one of them shoots down his idea of the file singing and dancing and they boo him when he sings the Creativity Song. The characters all seem to work in an office. 

Appearances

The characters resemble humans in furry red suits with long hair (resembling a mop) and eyes resting on top. They all wear business suits.   

Role in series

The Red Guys only make one appearance in episode six. They are arguably some of the most prominent characters in the series. They appear in the scene where Red Guy has been transported to the real world, and they teach him that the real world is even more boring than the lessons he is constantly subjected to. They also seem to have some strange association with Roy, as he makes an appearance in the bar scene being the only one who does not jeer at Red Guy (although this may be due to an inability to speak). 

Personality

The Red Guys are shown to be satisfied with working in a boring office, where they are subjected to menial tasks such as "filing files" for hours on end. The characters seem to dislike Red Guy's creative and unique personality and want him to assimilate to their boring lives. They are shown to mimic creativity shown in the scene where one is shown slamming a piano in an attempt to show creativity when in reality, he is just hitting random keys

Trivia

  • The Red Guys all seem to be male.
  • The Red Guys are voiced by Joe Pelling. It is possible that these Red Guys were also a simulation created by Roy, since they seem to disappear when Roy sees Red Guy and wishes to speak to him.
  • All the Red Guys seem to have the same personality. This might imply that they are a metaphor for Red Guy having a problem with who he is and how he feels about the lessons.

Quotes

  • "Can you file these files for me?
  • "No... that sounds really boring".
  • "Yeah, so I was like 'That isn't even the same bucket!'"
  • "So I am the cool guy, I guess... Laid back and sad."
  • "Well, that's rude. No clothes."
  • "BOO! I don't like it!"
  • "It's not very good at all!"
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