Posts by Peter Briggs

Jeff Boomhauer in King of the Hill

His full name is Jeffrey Dexter Boomhauer III (voiced by Mike Judge), but is almost exclusively called Boomhauer. Among the group, he’s considered the voice of reason despite being his speech being nearly incomprehensible. If you want to practice your impression, check out this link.

Gunnery Sergeant Hartman in Full Metal Jacket

“I am Gunnery Sergeant Hartman, your senior drill instructor.” Played by former, actual drill instructor R. Lee Ermey, he is the verbally abrasive, physically abusive, authoritarian marine corps drill instructor in Full Metal Jacket. Seemingly fueled by hatred, he’s armed to the teeth with an unlimited arsenal of nicknames and insults, ready to preemptively annihilate any cadet in his path. He wears the standard drill instructor uniform.

The San Franpsycho from Scooby Doo

In season 2, episode 8 of “What’s New, Scooby Doo?” the cleverly named San Franpsycho is harassing competitors at the Grind Games, a skateboarding competition in San Fransisco. He’s menacing, hostile, and downright destructive, but in the end he’s no match for a skateboarding Scooby Doo. You know what they say, “if you can’t Doo the time, don’t Doo the crime.”

Vincenzo Coccotti in True Romance

In the 1993 film True Romance, Vicenzo Coccotti (Christopher Walken) is the consigliere to “Blue” Lou Boyle in Detroit. His cool, calm and collected personality is shattered when Clarence Worley’s father, Clifford Worley (Dennis Hopper), insults his Sicilian heritage. In addition to the costume, practice saying, “you’re a cantaloupe,” in your best Walken impression.

Liberty Belle and Zoya the Destroya in GLOW

Best friends Ruth Wilder (Alison Brie) AKA Zoya the Destroya and Debbie Eagan (Betty Gilpin) AKA Liberty Belle are at the heart of Netflix’s GLOW series. Their relationship is strained when Ruth has an affair with Debbie’s husband, an event that leads to hostility in the ring. The characters of the show are based on original characters from the 80’s.

Nurse Joy from Pokémon

After a long day of training or running back to the Pokémon Center from the gym, Nurse Joy will always greet you with her friendly and outgoing personality. Treat your Pokémon right to stay on her good side. Check out this tutorial to help create that signature Nurse Joy hairstyle. We hope to see you again!

Stan Uris

In the 2017 version of Stephen King’s It, Stan Uris (Wyatt Oleff) is member of the Losers Club. He suffers from OCD which is displayed through his neat and clean appearance. Be sure to keep your posture correct, deny the things you see, recite bird names aloud from your trusty guidebook, and stand all the way in the back for pictures.