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"Welcome to Weird."- The Show's Tagline

Y-Guy logo (Dude2000 variant) 
The Logo used from Season 13-present 
Genre: Slice of life
Creator: IAmBagel
Invader Rob 
Writer: IAmBagel
Invader Rob
Mr Pookie
and a few others on rare occasions. 
Director: IAmBagel
Invader Rob
Developer: IAmBagel
Invader Rob 
Starring: Y-Guy
Cool Dude
Professor Carrotstein
Professor Zing-Whatt 
Voices: IAmBagel
Sean Marquette
E.G. Daily
David Cross
Niel Patrick Harris
Dan Green
Tara Strong
Jerry Trainor 
Opening theme: TBA 
End theme: TBA 
Number of seasons: 14 
Number of episodes: 238 (+7 Specials)
(+3 Films) 
List of episodes: List of Y-Guy episodes 
Executive producer: IAmBagel
Invader Rob 
Producer: HomestarSB9 
Asst. producer: Doug.scheer (2000-2012)
MattBoo (2012-2015) 
Production Company: Y-Guy Studios (2000-2012)
Family Fanon Favorites Entertainment (2012-2015) 
Runtime: 22 minutes (without breaks)
(11-12 minutes per segment) 
Original Channel: Nickelodeon 
Picture format: SDTV (2000-2009)
HDTV (2009-2015) 
First aired: February 18, 2000 
Last aired: April 24, 2015 
Related: Randit & Mark

Y-Guy® is an Emmy-Award winning American animated television series, created by IAmBagel and Invader Rob. The series follows the adventures of Y-Guy and his group of friends having adventures in the surrealistic city of Crazville, U.W. The series popularity promoted the release of a media franchise, and is Nickelodeon's second highest rated show, behind Spongebob Squarepants. A feature film based off the series titled Y-Guy: The Movie was released in theaters on June 10, 2005, and two sequels were released in 2007 and 2013.


The series focuses on the misadventures of Y-Guy, Mango, Hearty, Gum and Cool Dude, who live in the crazy surrealistic city of Crazville. While attempting to deal with the problems every kid faces (School, homework, responsibility, etc.) they also have to deal with pathetic and devious villains, as, unfortunately, Crazville is a hot spot for amateur villains, which includes Professor Carrotstein, their arch-nemesis.


Main Characters

  • Y-Guy: The main protagonist and title character of the show. He often acts friendly and is very brave and caring, but despite this, he is very reckless, destructive and is somewhat self-centered. He is voiced by IAmBagel , the creator of the show.
  • Mango: Y-Guy's best friend since early childhood. He often acts as the voice of reason towards Y-Guy's reckless and self-serving behavior. At times, Mango can be a little selfish and greedy. Other times, he is very irritable and curious, and is very loyal to his friends. He is voiced by Sean Marquette
  • Hearty : A heart who Y-Guy kinda has a crush on. She is the smartest of the group and is also very tough and serious. However, she is very anti-social and is implied to have a dark past. She is voiced by E.G. Daily
  • Gum: A piece of gum who can stretch at long distances and morph into different shapes. He is often considered the scaredy-cat of the group, often overreacting and worrying. Despite his cowardice, he is very knowledgeable in many talents and is often considered to be the friendliest of the main five. He and Cool Dude have a small rivalry between them, as they are always bickering over petty things. He is voiced by Dee Bradley Baker
  • Cool Dude: One of the most popular kids in school, who thinks he is popular because of his personality, but in reality, he is only popular because if his foolish attempts to gain attention. Despite acting self-centered, he is very supportive of his friends and often encourages them. He is voiced by Neil Patrick Harris


  • Professor Carrotstein : The main antagonist of the series. Professor Carrotstein is a living carrot (formerly a human), seeking revenge against the world for insulting and outcasting him from society simply because of his new form. He is often grumpy and full of himself, but has shown to care for a few people. He is voiced by Dan Green (2000-2011, 2013, 2015) and Travis Willingham (2011-2014).
  • RACK: A brown robot created to assist Professor Carrostein. However, he does the exact opposite. He isn't smart at all and often forgets that he's even evil, but is very proficient in fighting. He is voiced by Jerry Trainor
  • Bryce McMillions: A greedy and controlling millionaire, who plans to have the entire world converted into a factory. He is a master manipulator and a high IQ, but the only thing holding him back is his employees. Voiced by Tom Kenny
  • The Internet King: The self-proclaimed "king" of the Internet, who is actually the online alias of a lonely teenage boy. Voiced by Kevin McDonald
  • Becky: A teenaged girl who possesses strange powers. She is the only villian to ever succeed in defeating the gang. Voiced by Monica Rial

Secondary Characters

  • Professor Zing-Whatt: A professor who usually helps the gang with their adventures. She used to be Y-Guy's babysitter, and often acts as a mother figure for the gang. She is voiced by Tara Strong
  • Awkward: One of Y-Guy's fellow classmates. He is somewhat of a bully and often makes up rumors to get attention, though nobody really pays any attention to him. Voiced by Jeff Bergman
  • Mrs. Roop: The gang's sadistic teacher. Her behavior is often influenced by soap operas she always watches on television, to the point where she acts out certain scenes in front of the students. She is also implied to have some sort of mental disorder. She is voiced by Carolyn Lawrence
  • Mr. Glitch: A computer teacher who knows nothing about computers. Y-Guy and Mango are known to mess with him.
  • M-Mom: Y-Guy's mother. Voiced by E.G. Daily
  • D-Dad: Y-Guy's Dad. He owns a hardware store. Voiced by Jeff Bennet
  • S-Sister: Y-Guy's sister who is always annoying Y-Guy and his friends. Voiced by Tara Strong
  • Annoying Nose: An ancient being created long ago for the sole purpose of annoying people to literal death. Voiced by Invader Rob
  • Nurse Pysopath: Crazville Middle School's insane nurse. Voice by Grey DeLise
  • Brian the Brain: Y-Guy's brain, who seems to have a mind of it's own.

Minor Characters

  • Idiot Man: A fictional super hero who Y-Guy brought to life in "Super Zero Or Super Hero?". He always thinks evil is around, even when evil ISN'T around, thus causing his reckless crusade against evil, which leads him to trouble in the real world. Voiced by Billy West
  • Rude Dude: Cool Dude's rude cousin who hates everything. Voiced by Dee Bradley Baker
  • Ding-A-Ling Lerp and The Herpy-Derps: A rock band who get help from Y-Guy and the group to become famous again. 
  • Potato: Mango's pet gorilla. Voiced by Dee Bradley Baker
  • Cake: Mango's cousin. 
  • Senorita Fanservice: The gang's Spanish teacher. She is very busty




Country Network(s) Premiere date Timeslot
United States

Nicktoons 1000

February 18, 2000
• May 1, 2002
• February 7, 2013

  • March 1, 2014
  • May 4, 2014

Fridays/Saturdays at 7:30 PM (new episodes) (2000–present)
Weekdays (reruns) (2000–present)
• Weekdays (reruns) (2002–present)
• Weekdays (reruns) (2013–present)

  • Everyday (reruns & specials) (2014–present)
  • Every day (reruns) (2014–present)
United Kingdom

Nicktoons 1000

March 3, 2000
• July 22, 2002
• March 18, 2013

  • April 13, 2014

Fridays at 5:30 PM (new episodes) (2000–present)
Weekdays (reruns) (2000–present)
•Weekdays (reruns) (2002–present)
•Weekdays (reruns) (2013–present)

  • Every day (reruns) 2014–present
Australia and New Zealand Nickelodeon April 15, 2000 Sundays at 10:30 AM (new episodes) (2000–present)
Weekdays (reruns) (2000–present)
Latin America Nickelodeon May 31, 2000 Wednesdays at 6:00 PM (dubbed, new episodes) (2000–present)
Weekdays (dubbed, reruns) (2000–present)
Japan TV Tokyo
July 8, 2000
• September 27, 2001
Fridays at 9:00 AM (dubbed, new episodes) (2000–present)
Weeknights at 6:00 PM (dubbed reruns)(2000–present)
• Weekdays at 4:00 PM (dubbed, reruns) (2000–present)
Canada YTV September 2, 2000 Saturdays at 7:00 PM (new episodes) (2000–present)
Weekdays (reruns) (2000–present)
France, Wallonia & French-speaking African countries Gulli
November 16, 2000 Tuesdays at 9:00 AM (dubbed, new episodes, Nickelodeon) (2000–present)


Main Articles: Y-Guy: The Movie, Y-Guy 2: Space War and Y-Guy: Back in Time

Y-Guy's popularity started to increase during 2002, so IAmBagel and Invader Rob decided that they should make a feature film based on the series, titled "Y-Guy: The Movie" which was released on June 10, 2005. The film centers around Crazville being suddenly taken over by a mysterious villain, which prompts Y-Guy and the gang to form an unlikely alliance with Professor Carrotstein in an attempt to save their town. The film was a box office success and was also received positive reviews from fans and critics.

Due to the film's popularity, the crew immediately began work on "Y-Guy 2: Space War" ,which was released on November 16, 2007. The film centers around Y-Guy and the gang being transported to an alien planet in an attempt to help the planet win an intergalactic war. The film was positively received and did well at the box office, though not to the extent of it's predecessor.

In Early 2011, it was announced that a new Y-Guy film was going to be released in late 2012, but was pushed to Summer 2013. The film, titled "Y-Guy: Back in Time", follows Y-Guy and the gang, as they are sent into the past due to a freak accident. While in the past, they meet their ancestors. They soon discover weird portals appearing in town, and when Mango enters one, he discovers that the portals lead to the year 2050, where Carrotstein is ruler of the universe, and they learn that he plans to enslave everybody from the past. So now Y-Guy and the gang must team up with their ancestors to save the past. It was released on June 7, 2013, and has received positive reviews.

Film Release date Revenue Rank Budget Reference
United States Foreign Worldwide All time domestic All time worldwide
Y-Guy: The Movie June 10, 2005 $103,730,052 $78,041,252 $181,771,304 TBA TBA $30,000,000
Y-Guy 2: Space War November 16, 2007 $96,142,337 $80,116,937 $176,259,274 TBA TBA $35,000,000
Y-Guy: Back in Time June 7, 2013 $159,002,391 $131,869,369 $290,871,760 TBA TBA $45,000,000
List indicator(s)
(A) indicates the adjusted totals based on current ticket prices (calculated by Box Office Mojo).
Film Rotten Tomatoes Metacritic
Y-Guy: The Movie 70% (112 reviews) 63% (39 reviews)
Y-Guy 2: Space War 68% (95 reviews) 61% (36 reviews)
Y-Guy: Back in Time 79% (110 reviews) 68% (40 reviews)
Average ratings


  • Y-Guy was supposed to be colored white, not green. It was said that it was a printer typo. But since everyone liked that color for Y-Guy after they saw it, they decided to make green the color for Y-Guy
  • In character development, Professor Zing-Whatt was supposed to be Professor Carrotstein's wife. But the crew didn't like the idea, so they scrapped the idea, but they later decided to have the both of them dating in high school and eventually breaking up due to Carrotstein turning evil.
  • Doug.scheer, a Director and Asst. Producer, was fired from Nickelodeon Studios in 2012 after allegedly stealing animated materials from competing animated cartoons. An appeal by Nickelodeon Studio in 2014 asked if he would like another chance to work correctly with the crew, but he declined the offer.
  • Despite his name, Y-Guy is sort-of shaped like a V.
  • Beside the Creator voicing Y-Guy, the Co-Creator, Invader Rob voices some minor characters like Mr.Main, Dimmy and The Annoying Nose.
  • The large popularity of this show actually inspired many shows and companies.
  • The series is also famous for starting writer and animator Sr.Wario's career.
  • Professor Carrotstein barely makes appearences in episodes since late 2011. This is due to the fact that his voice actor, Dan Green, is taking a break from voice acting due to the death of his wife.
  • In several foreign language dubs of the show, Y-Guy is often renamed to Y-Boy or Y-Kid.

Voice Cast

English Voices

  • IAmBagel as Y-Guy, Awkward, additional voices
  • Sean Marquette as Mango
  • E.G. Daily as Hearty, additional voices
  • Dee Bradley Baker as Gum, additional voices
  • Neil Patrick Harris as Cool Dude
  • Dan Green as Professor Carrotstein (2000-2011, 2013-2015)
  • Travis Willingham as Professor Carrotstein (2011-2014), additional voices
  • Jerry Trainor as RACK
  • Tara Strong as Professor Zing-Whatt.


Japanese Voices

  • Akira Ishida as Y-Guy
  • Kappei Yamaguchi as Mango
  • Megumi Toyoguchi as Hearty
  • Tomokazu Seki as Gum
  • Nobuyuki Kobushi as Cool Dude
  • Koji Ishii as Professor Carrotstein
  • Ryo Hirohashi as Professor Zing-Whatt and Mrs. Roop
  • Hiro Yuki as RACK, Awkward and Mr. Glitch



Main article: Y-Guy/Gallery


Mango (to IAmBagel)00:34

Mango (to IAmBagel)

An animated music video by MattBoo featuring the cast of Y-Guy and Mango with his theme song

The Daily Life of Y-Guy00:15

The Daily Life of Y-Guy

An animated video by TheChromePerson about the usual day Y-Guy has, involving a fight with Professor Carrotstein.

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