Charles Thompson

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Charles Thompson
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Chunky
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Charles Edward Thompson, also known as "Chunky", is friends with Connie, Whit and Lucy Cunningham-Schultz.

History

Although his participation during the struggle is never heard, Charles is mentioned by Billy MacPherson as being a member of The Israelites during the Darkness Before Dawn saga (along with others including Courtney Vincent and Erica Clark).

Quotes

Henry Thomas: Ready for the test?
Charles Thompson: I think so, but I’m a little fuzzy on the French and Indian war.
Henry Thomas: That is the test, Charles.
Charles Thompson: Oh, then I guess I’m not as ready as I thought.

#265: “War of the Words”

Charles Thompson: Mom, I can't sleep!
Maureen Thompson: Count sheep.
Charles Thompson: I can't count sheep. It makes me hungry.
Maureen Thompson: Count horses!
Charles Thompson: But Mom...
Maureen Thompson: Good night, Charles!

#208: “Pipe Dreams”

Charles Thompson: I put on pants every day. To go to school or to play. I like pants. Sometimes I wear pants of blue, or brown to go with my shoe. I like pants. Sometimes I feel sorry for ants. Because they can't wear pants. I like pants. Pants cover my legs so that I can go. Without them I would be cold I know. I like pants. I like them so.

#307: “Poetry in Slow Motion”

Brenda Perry: So, how's The Good Samaritan coming?
Charles Thompson: He's purple.
Brenda Perry: What?
Charles Thompson: He was a grape-flavored Popsicle. But I figure, he'd be pretty purple anyways after getting beat up.

#343: “The Pretty Good Samaritan”

Charles Thompson: If you need me, I’ll be weeping in the corner booth.

#269: “Fences”

John Whittaker: You know, you two might just start a trend.
Charles Thompson: You mean of people painting their hair blue?
John Whittaker: Actually I was thinking more of responsibility and forgiveness.

#252: “The Bad Hair Day”

Eugene Meltsner: Your choices have left you somewhat... maladroit.
Connie Kendall: What?! What did you call me?
Charles Thompson: Uh oh!
Henry Thomas: What did he call her?
Charles Thompson: I think he called her a malatroid.

#265: “War of the Words”

Glenn Adams: I mean, bad posture never killed anyone, as far as I know. The worst thing it could do is cripple you for life... and that's not even really likely if—
Charles Thompson: I DON'T have bad posture!
Glenn Adams: Pfft! Not if you're a chimpanzee...

#343: “The Pretty Good Samaritan”

Charles Thompson: That was just me talking. I do that a lot.

#218: “A Class Act”

Charles Thompson: If you need me, I’ll be shaking nervously in the corner booth.

#269: “Fences”

Glenn Adams: Charles! Charles!
Charles Thompson: What?!!
Glenn Adams: Do you always... breathe like that?

#343: “The Pretty Good Samaritan”

Charles Thompson: Is your sister as smart as you?
Rusty Gordon (Malone): ...Maybe even smarter.

#307: “Poetry in Slow Motion”

Charles Thompson: I've got better things to do than to get my hands dirty helping you! Stay away from me!

#343: “The Pretty Good Samaritan”

Mrs. Bavaqua: Thompson, when the dirty water goes down the drain, where does it go?
Charles Thompson: <beat> Back into the pipe?
Mrs. Bavaqua: You beat all, Thompson.

#208: “Pipe Dreams”

Charles Thompson: How could this guy ever live with himself again? He was the most selfish, horrible man who ever lived, and didn’t deserve to have any friends! And that’s exactly what happened to him! He never had any friends! After he passed by that man on the road, he went home and stayed there, and watched television and ate popcorn all day for the next twenty years, ’cause nobody wanted to be around him!

#343: “The Pretty Good Samaritan”


Episodes

Charles Thompson is voiced by Mark Shillinger, has appeared in 11 episodes, and has received an average user rating of 87.4%.


Charles Thompson has been mentioned in 1 episode.