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Codename: Kids Next Door TV Show Facts

Get the 411 on the candy-powered kid super-agents, the Kids Next Door!
Courtesy of Cartoon Network

Who do you call when your bedtime's too early, your homework is stackin' up and your 'rents idea of dessert is steamed beets? The Kids Next Door! These 10 year-old secret agents fight for your right to candy, late bedtimes and less homework in the Codename: Kids Next Door cartoon. Here's the 411 on the heroes, villains and action in this goofy super-spy show!

Codename: Kids Next Door - Main Characters

  • Numbuh 1 - Nigel Uno is the bald dude with the sunglasses and cool accent. He's the leader and strategy master of the KND team.
  • Numbuh 2 - Hoagie Pennywhistle Gilligan Jr. is a pudgy genius with a wacky hat, goggles and a brain like a superpowered computer. He builds most of the team's gadgets and cracks the most jokes.
  • Numbuh 3 - Kuki Sanban is the sweetest member of the team. She's asian and has the nickname "The Flirt" but if you mess with he, she'll turn your butt inside out (ow!)
  • Numbuh 4 - Wallabee "Wally" Beatles is the blonde-haired tough guy and team butt-kicker.
  • Numbuh 5 - Abigail "Abby" Lincoln, this girl is the oldest member of the KND and has the biggest dose of chill
  • Lizzie Divine - Numbuh 1's girlfriend worries about her "Nigie" a lot and really tries to help him out, even when it makes her annoying.
  • Numbuh 86 - Fanny Fullbright is a super-agent and the Head of Decommissioning in the KND spy organization.
  • Numbuh 362 - Nobody knows this agent's real name but she's in charge of the whole KND!
  • The Hamsters - These furry guys generate the power to run the super-cool KND gadgets!
  • Codename: Kids Next Door - The Villains

  • The Delightful Children From Down The Lane - This team of villains are lead by Father and are the KND's main pain-in-the-butt.
  • Father - The leader of TDCFDTL is a no-fun grown-up villain.
  • Cree Lincoln - Numbuh 5's sis and ex-agent Numbuh 11, now she's Father's top agent!
  • Chad - Ex-agent Numbuh 274 used to be the best, but now he's a B.R.A. (Battle Ready Armor) wearing goon who works for Father.
  • The Destructively Nefarious Kids (DNK) - This anti-KND team lives in a mirror world in Numbuh 4's pool!
  • Mr. Boss - Another villain leader, if he ever teamed up with Father, it would get sticky!
  • The Toilenator - A villain with, um, toilet powers. [kwlink 5411]Ick
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    Numbuh4

    Numbuh4 wrote:

    Uh... Numbuh 362 does have a name.
    commented: Sun Aug 26, 2012

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