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Character

Mr. Coconuts is Luan's ventriloquist dummy. He is a recurring object in the series.

Biography

Mr. Coconuts is Luan's ventriloquist dummy that she sometimes uses for her comedy material. Lucy and Benny also have one. Like most ventriloquists, Luan moves his lips up and down to project the illusion of speech, by talking through clenched teeth. Whenever she sets up a joke, she has him deliver it, and laughs at his punchlines. Unlike Colonel Crackers, Mr. Coconuts does not have a voice of his own. Up until the ending of "Stage Plight", he was never seen moving when he is not being controlled by Luan.

Appearance

Mr. Coconuts has big eyes, with over-exaggerated pupils that resemble coconuts, hence the name; orange hair in a pompadour, and enlarged dimples, with painted freckles. He wears a yellow barbershop hat, a light blue buttoned jacket, rolled up pants, yellow boots, and a red bow tie.

Alternate Versions and Alter-egos

Lane playing with Mrs. Coconuts.

Main article: Genderbent Royal Woods

"Mrs." Coconuts appears as a female dummy owned by Luan's male counterpart, Lane, in the episode "One of the Boys".

Trivia

  • In "Ties That Bind", Mr. Coconuts angrily glares at Luan after she tells a joke, implying that he, like Luan's siblings, believes her jokes are bad.
  • In "Lock 'n' Loud", it's revealed that Luan sees Mr. Coconuts as her soulmate.
    • In that same episode, Mr. Coconuts became friends with Edwin.
  • In "Tricked!", Luan makes him look like Frankenstein's monster.
  • In "Room with a Feud", Lisa stated that Mr. Coconuts and Edwin are considered "inanimate objects", despite the fact Mr. Coconuts can be controlled by Luan.
  • In "Head Poet's Anxiety", it is revealed that Luan had Mr. Coconuts when she was very young.
  • In "Stage Plight", Mr. Coconuts forms a friendship with Benny's marionette, Mrs. Appleblossom. In Luan's second episode of Listen Out Loud, he seems to have a crush on her.
  • "Feast or Family" reveals that he is two feet tall.
  • In "Dad Reputation", it is revealed that he once did a comedy review with a fellow ventriloquist dummy named Baron Bananas, whose constant banana-related quips nearly ruined his reputation.
  • It's revealed in Listen Out Loud that Luan using him to insult people can sometimes be a nervous tic. However, not every instance of this is a nervous tic, since she used him to insult Lincoln in "Changing the Baby" but was not nervous.


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