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Squirrel Boy TV Show Facts

Squirrel Boy follows the antics of nine year-old Andy and his pet squirrel Rodney.
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Not every kid has a squirrel for a pet but Andy Johnson does! Squirrel Boy follows the adventures of a nine year-old boy and his mischievous pet squirrel named Rodney. Check out this hit Cartoon Network show!

Squirrel Boy - Main Characters

  • Andy Johnson - Andy is Rodney's owner, though it usually seems the other way around. Andy lets Rodney lead him into all sorts of trouble, though he'll sometimes create a little trouble of his own.
  • Rodney J. Squirrel - Rodney is a small red squirrel who belongs to Andy. He's silly, childlike and lives in a cardboard box.
  • Bob Johnson - Bob is Andy's dad and he doesn't really like Rodney. He's not a very happy man, and he grumbles about everything from his hairloss to losing the cheese-log eating contest.
  • Lucille Johnson - Lucille is Andy's mom, who doesn't talk very much but sure likes to sing. She's a very cheerful person, in contrast to her grumpy husband.
  • Leon - Leon is a blue squirrel who is friends with Rodney and lives in the Johnson's backyard.
  • Squirrel Boy - Fun Facts

  • Andy is voiced by Pamela Adlon who voices Bobby Hill in King of the Hill.
  • Andy is allergic to cashews.
  • The series was created by Everett Peck who is also the creator of Duckman.
  • Rodney is voiced by Richard Horvitz, who voices Billy on The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy.
  • Squirrel Boy - Quotes

    "How about we work together to get Salty Mike back." - Andy
    "Aw, that's the most stupidest thing I've ever heard." - Kyle

    "On the ount of three. One..." - Andy
    "Ahh! Sorry it slipped." - Rodney

    "Andy, what did I tell you about pets touching your food?" - Bob Johnson
    "It's okay Mr. J. Andy's hands are clean." - Rodney

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