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List of Carmen Sandiego characters

This is a list of fictional characters in the Carmen Sandiego games.

ACME

The Chief

The Chief of the ACME Detective Agency differs greatly in different media. The most notable forms of the character are the live-action Chief depicted by Lynne Thigpen and the computerized Chief featured in Where on Earth is Carmen Sandiego?.

Protagonist characters

Zack and Ivy

Zack and Ivy were the teenage protagonists of Where on Earth is Carmen Sandiego?. They were voiced by Scott Menville and Jennifer Hale respectively.

Chase Devineaux

Chase Devineaux is featured in Carmen Sandiego Word Detective, Carmen Sandiego Math Detective and Carmen Sandiego's ThinkQuick Challenge. He is voiced by Pat Fraley and his last name is pronounced "dev-in-no."

In all three of these games, Chase fulfills the role typically held by the Chief in Carmen Sandiego products in sending the user off on missions and such. It is made clear that he is not actually the Chief since in Carmen Sandiego Word Detective and Carmen Sandiego Math Detective the user occasionally receives messages from an unseen Chief. However, whereas he appears "in person" in Carmen Sandiego's ThinkQuick Challenge, he communicates with the user electronically in the other two games. Chase also informs the user of clues he's found throughout the course of the game. He is often shown to be speaking to the user from an exotic location in which he is presumably hunting for clues.

Chase was one of Carmen Sandiego's partners when she was at ACME. After Carmen left ACME, Chase Devineaux had to go undercover and started working separately from ACME. He started working with ACME again on the Babble-On-Machine Case (depicted in Carmen Sandiego Word Detective) and has since become an ACME Special Agent. In Carmen Sandiego's ThinkQuick Challenge, he is stated to be "ACME's top agent." Chase has red hair and he seems to be around the same age as Carmen. He has a pet falcon named "Phoenix" whom can usually be seen on his shoulder in Carmen Sandiego Word Detective and Carmen Sandiego Math Detective. Phoenix does not appear in Carmen Sandiego's ThinkQuick Challenge.

Jules Argent

Julia "Jules" Argent was once Carmen Sandiego's partner and she still considers Carmen to be the best agent ACME ever had. Jules is experienced with Carmen Sandiego's methods and is full of facts. She keeps a journal to keep track of clues and apparently has a good sense of intuition.

Jules believes that "everyone" at ACME blamed her for Carmen leaving the organization. In fact, Carmen herself considers Jules to be "very opinionated" and claims this made her "a little difficult to work with," although she never specifically states whether this had anything to do with her leaving ACME. Jules looks to be in her early twenties or so and has a vaguely Asian-esque appearance. She mentions owning a cat.

Jules was featured in Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego: Treasures of Knowledge and Carmen Sandiego: The Secret of the Stolen Drums. Jules was voiced in both by Irene Trapp.

Shadow Hawkins

Shadow Hawkins was so arrogant when he started his first assignment, that he thought he could, "catch that ACME traitor and be home in time for dinner." As the case went on though, it became clear, even to him, that Carmen Sandiego wasn't easy to catch. Shadow Hawkins seems to believe gadgets are the answer to everything. He was apparently raised on a horse farm.

Shadow Hawkins was featured in Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego: Treasures of Knowledge and Carmen Sandiego: The Secret of the Stolen Drums. He was voiced in both by Mark Atherlay, although his surname was misspelled "Atherly" in the latter.

Cole Gannon

Cole Gannon (age 17) trained in ACME to be a secret agent after school and on weekends, for 1 year when he had the chance to go after Carmen Sandiego in his first "official" mission. He's a computer genius and a martial arts expert, but he's a little overconfident and doesn't seem to fear very much (ACME is still working with him on this.) In combat, Cole Gannon uses a staff. Cole Gannon was featured in Carmen Sandiego: The Secret of the Stolen Drums, where he was probably voiced by Kevin Miller (given that Miller's name was listed first in the credits.)

ACME Good Guides

  • Ivan Idea - Ivan Idea, an ACME Good Guide and a teenage genius invented the ACME Babble-Link Translator, the ACME Get-A-Clue Case Pad, the ACME Chronoskimmer (a time-traveling device), and just about every other ACME invention. Ivan Idea's hobby is conducting investigations of the Pyramids of Egypt, the Great Wall of China and other past feats of engineering. Ivan Idea likes to study the great inventors of the past. "Ivan Idea" is a pun that sounds like "I've an idea." Ivan Idea was featured in Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?, Where in the U.S.A. is Carmen Sandiego? and Carmen Sandiego's Great Chase Through Time (All of the ACME Good Guides are featured in Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?: Deluxe Edition, and Where in the U.S.A. is Carmen Sandiego?: Deluxe Edition).
  • Herman Nootix - Herman Nootix is an ACME Good Guide and his nose can usually be found in a large stack of books. Herman Nootix is a very serious and hard working scholar. "Herman Nootix" is a play on "hermeneutics". Herman Nootix was featured in Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?,and Where in the U.S.A. is Carmen Sandiego?.
  • Dee Plomassy - Dee Plomassy is an ACME Good Guide. Dee Plomassy's career as a diplomat started in her childhood, when she convinced a classmate who stole third base to return it. Dee Plomassy can speak 19 languages fluently and is frequently called upon by world leaders, impressing people with her grace, her elegance and her very tall turban. "Dee Plomassy" is a play on "diplomacy". Dee Plomassy was featured in Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? and Where in the U.S.A. is Carmen Sandiego?.
  • Renee Santz - Renee Santz, an ACME Good Guide, has been interested in Art since birth, when she drew a perfect copy of the Mona Lisa with her crayons. Renee's father is renowned bassist Red Cheeks, and her mother is the famous architect Fallen Arches. Renee Santz is the head of the ACME orchestra, and her works of painting and sculpture can be found in museums through out the world. "Renee Santz" is a play on "renaissance." Renee Santz is featured in Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? Where in the U.S.A. is Carmen Sandiego? and Carmen Sandiego's Great Chase Through Time.
  • Rock Solid - A geologist, forester, and an ACME Good Guide, Rock Solid may be as big and tough as a rocky mountain bolder, but has a soft heart when it comes to the well being of animals. He is fearless when it comes to exploring realms of the unknown. Rock Solid is featured in Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?, Where in the U.S.A. is Carmen Sandiego? and Carmen Sandiego's Great Chase Through Time.
  • Ann Tickwittee - Ann Tickwittee, an ACME Good Guide, has been interested in archaeology, since she read about the lost city of Troy, and wondered how was it possible to lose an entire city. She graduated from the ACME Institute of Carmenology (ACME's school of Good Guides) with a degree in "Ancient Cities and Other Dusty Stuff." Ann Tickwittee guards the world's treasures, because she wants to be sure that "the past is always present." "Ann Tickwittee" is a play on "antiquity". Ann Tickwittee is featured in Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?, Where in the U.S.A. is Carmen Sandiego?, and Carmen Sandiego's Great Chase Through Time. The "Agent 12" character from Carmen Sandiego: Word Detective seems to be Ann Tickwittee as she sports a similar look and is also voiced by Cynthia Marcucci.
  • Polly Tix - Polly Tix is the youngest ACME Good Guide, and is a wiz when it comes to politics. Her high school recently voted her, "Most Likely to Run a Country ... Any Country!" Polly Tix is still too young to vote. "Polly Tix" is a play on "politics". She is featured in Carmen Sandiego's Great Chase Through Time.
  • Kim Yoonity - Kim Yoonity is a firm believer in the world being just one, big, global village. Kim Yoonity is also the aunt of Rock Solid. Kim Yoonity is one of the most well connected people on the planet Earth, and has the telephone bill to prove it. Kim Yoonity is also an ACME Good Guide. "Kim Yoonnity" is a play on "community". Kim Yoonity is featured in Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? and Where in the U.S.A. is Carmen Sandiego?.
  • Calvin the Caped Camera Kid - Calvin the Caped Camera Kid is a photographer for the ACME Detective Agency. Apparently, he thinks of himself as some kind of superhero, as he flies down on a cape with a rope tied around his waist and take the culprit's picture. What the other end of the rope is attached to is anyone’s guess. Calvin the Caped Camera Kid was featured in Carmen Sandiego: Junior Detective Edition.
  • F-Stop Freddy - ACME loves F-Stop Freddy, as a robot photographer doesn’t need a vacation, paycheck or anything else normal employees need. However, their compared expenses are matched due to all the bills from the robot mechanic shop. F-Stop Freddy was featured in Carmen Sandiego: Junior Detective Edition.
  • Flash Dweebly - Flash Dweeby is the nerdiest photographer for the ACME detective agency. Flash Dweebly was featured in Carmen Sandiego: Junior Detective Edition.
  • Candid Cammie - Candid Cammie is a photographer for the ACME Detective Agency. She would be a great photographer...if she ever opened her eyes. Her name is a pun on that of the television series Candid Camera. Candid Cammie was featured in Carmen Sandiego: Junior Detective Edition.
  • Penelope Paparazzi - Penelope Paparazzi’s motto is "Ladies first," and her career as a photographer for the ACME Detective Agency, proves it. This elegant camera expert has risen to the top, despite the spills and frills that follow her on every assignment. Her last name is a pun on the term Paparazzi used for certain journalists and photographers. Her namesake Penelope is a figure of the Odyssey, attributed to Homer. Her first name was more likely chosen, simply because it started with the same letter as her last name. Penelope Paparazzi was featured in Carmen Sandiego: Junior Detective Edition.
  • Olympia Vu-Finder - Olympia Vu-Finder is a photographer for the ACME detective agency, who’s mother was an athlete and father was a great photographer. Unfortunately, Olympia Vu-Finder does both at the same time. Her first name is probably a reference to the Olympus company which manufactures photographic equipment, as well as the athletic competition of the Olympics. Her last name is a play on the word "viewfinder," a component of a camera. Olympia Vu-Finder was featured in Carmen Sandiego: Junior Detective Edition.

V.I.L.E.

  • Carmen Sandiego - see Carmen Sandiego (character)
  • Carmine - Carmine is Carmen Sandiego's pet cat. She trained her to chase and torment ACME Agents. After an incident involving a very large sack of kitty litter, she was left with the warped mind of a master criminal. Carmen Sandiego recruited her because she is so dedicated to her career. Carmine was featured in Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?,Where in the U.S.A. is Carmen Sandiego?, and Carmen Sandiego: Junior Detective Edition.
  • Rick and Nick ICK - Rick and Nick ICK (their last name is spelled with all caps in the game manual) originally entered their chosen profession as janitors, because they heard if they could "clean up" they'd be rich. The brothers have been fired from every cleaning job they ever had (and for a good reason) so they decided to join V.I.L.E. and attempt to clean up the tracks left by Carmen Sandiego's hench-people. The ICK brothers were featured in Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?, Where in the U.S.A. is Carmen Sandiego?, Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?: Deluxe Edition, and Where in the U.S.A. is Carmen Sandiego: Deluxe Edition.
  • RoboCrook - RoboCrook is Carmen Sandiego's right hand man... er, robot. RoboCrook's history is a mystery, but one things clear, he'll do anything Carmen Sandiego or one of her villains tells him to do. His name is presumably a pan on that of RoboCop, a cyborg police officer. RoboCrook's real name as mentioned in a phone conversation on the show is "RoboCrook Unit-059". RoboCrook is featured in Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? (and also the game show of the same name), and Where in the U.S.A. is Carmen Sandiego?.
  • Baron Grinnit - Baron Grinnit is an aviator who has devoted himself to a life of high flying crime. For years, he has "used his million dollar smile to steal millions." The Baron is Carmen Sandiego's ace in the hole. Baron Grinnit is featured in Carmen Sandiego's Great Chase Through Time, the computer game. "Baron Grinnit" is a play on "grin and bear it."
  • Jane Reaction - Jane Reaction was a "well-behaved kid from a supportive nuclear family" until she had a "personal meltdown". She was once a chemistry wiz and respected scientist, but now she's an accident waiting to happen. Jane Reaction is one of Carmens six Master Thieves. Jane Reaction is featured in Carmen Sandiego's Great Chase Through Time and the computer game and Carmen Sandiego's ThinkQuick Challenge. "Jane Reaction" is a play on "chain reaction."
  • General Mayham - After Mayham was thrown out the Boy Scouts for stealing merit badges, Mayhem formed his own militia and promoted himself to General. General Mayhem brags that he's the greatest military mind in history, and wants to alter history to make that true. General Mayham is featured in Carmen Sandiego's Great Chase Through Time, the computer game. "General Mayham" is a play on "general mayhem."
  • Dee Cryption - Dee Cryption is a hacker with a microchip on her shoulder, and ever since she caught a nasty computer virus, she has been pursuing a program to take over the world's computer networks. However, Dee Cryption's fuzzy logic hasn't helped her reach her goal. Dee Cryption is featured in Carmen Sandiego's Great Chase Through Time, the computer game. "Dee Cryption" is a play on "decryption."
  • Dr. Belljar - A cyborg mad scientist, Dr. Belljar, according to the computer game's manual, works as Carmen Sandiego's computerized scientist-in-residence and plans to rewrite history so as to record himself as the world's greatest scientist. His name apparently refers to bell jars. He appeared on both of the show's seasons, but his appearance was drastically retooled for the second season.
  • Buggs Zapper - Buggs Zapper is a gangster with a fear of insects who wears a pinstriped suit and constantly carries around an old-fashioned bug sprayer. He was introduced in the second season, replacing Baron Wasteland. In the computer game's manual, it is stated that his only goal in life is to "rub out" the single fly that supposedly torments him endlessly. His time era is presumably the 1930s or so. His name is a play on "bug zapper."
  • Medeva - Medeva is a witch from the Middle Ages who speaks in rhyme. According to the computer game's manual, she graduated from a witch's charm school "centuries ago" and even her victims say she's enchanting. Her name seems to be a combination of "Medieval" and "diva", but also seems to refer to Medea, a witch from Greek mythology.
  • Jacqueline Hyde - Jacqueline Hyde is a teenage girl who has a split personality, one ("Jacqueline") being sweet and innocent with the other ("Hyde") being evil and insane. She repeatedly alternates between her personalities with each surfacing over the other for only a few seconds or so. As Jacqueline, she has a normal voice and seems soft-spoken, but as Hyde she yells loudly and has a "modulated" voice. She is either red-haired, strawberry blonde or blonde (the show's graphics make it difficult to tell) and she wears a red blazer, a pink blouse, a red miniskirt and knee-length stockings, perhaps to suggest a traditional schoolgirl uniform. Her clothing may indicate she is from the early-to-mid 20th century. Her name is a play on "Jekyll and Hyde"
  • Sir Vile - Sir Vile is an obsequious Medieval knight who bends to every whim of "Lady Carmen". The computer game's manual describes him as an evil knight in "not-so-shining" armor, who has been in a bad mood since the Middle Ages when he failed to corner the market on round tables. His name, "Sir Vile," implies more than just the fact that he is a knight recruited to work for V.I.L.E., for it is also a play on the term "servile".
  • Baron Wasteland - The archetypical moustached and monocled villain, Baron Wasteland is, as his name suggests, a wealthy aristocrat who loves pollution and enjoys destroying the environment. His name is a play on "barren wasteland" and he is supposedly from the Industrial Era. He left the show after the first season and is the only villain on the show to not be adapted into the newer version of the computer game, although the game featured a different villain holding the title of baron, that being Baron Grinnit ("grin and bear it").
  • Vic the Slick - Vic the Slick is a shrewd salesman-type person with a seedy moustache, shifty eyes and slicked black hair. He wears loud polyester suits and an even louder tie. In one episode of Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?, Vic the Slick tried to hit on Carmen Sandiego by giving her the Isla del Carmen which was located off Mexico. His motto is: "Bad taste is better that no taste at all".
  • Top Grunge - Top Grunge is Carmen Sandiego's big biker with a bad attitude and even worse hygiene habits. He rides on a badly-tuned motorcycle that spits out smoke wherever he goes. His eyes are always covered by large sunglasses. He is featured in Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?. His hobbies include: dumpster diving and trash collecting.
  • Double Trouble - Double Trouble don't have any first names and are simply called "Double Trouble" to avoid confusion. They are mirror twins who are international playboys. Double Trouble's design has reference to the Yin and Yang principle: Black and White in perfect harmony. They move alike, talk alike and steal alike. They even stole the World Trade Center from New York City many years before the September 11 tragedy happened. They're featured in Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?.
  • Contessa - Like her nobility name implies, Contessa is considered herself to be high-class royalty. She's presumably Italian as most of her fashion is mostly styles from Milan. Contessa was one of the original crooks from Season 1, went missing in Seasons 2 and 3 and returned in Season 4 with a new character design. Contessa also pilots a helicopter during some capers. Contessa is featured in Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?. Her motto is: "I may be a thief, but my taste is impeccable.".
  • Wonder Rat - Wonder Rat is completely opposite of a superhero. Wonder Rat is Carmen Sandiego's personal caped criminal who considers himself "The Rat of Steel". Wonder Rat can't fly on his own, so he had to resort to using the Rat-Copter (a different version of Contessa's helicopter) with himself strapped to a bungee cord while the helicopter is on automatic pilot. Wonder Rat was added to Carmen Sandiego's V.I.L.E. Gang in Season 2 of Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?.
  • Patty Larceny - A typical young woman, she likes things that are fashionable &/or cute. She was in the PBS gameshow Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? and the boardgame Where in the U. S. is Carmen Sandiego?. Her name is a play on "petty larceny," which is a case of larceny where the value of the stolen goods is below a certain legally specified amount.
  • Eartha Brute - Carmen Sandiego's super strong woman with a green Marge Simpson-style beehive. Eartha Brute wears a pink singlet uniform complete with weight belt that has the V.I.L.E. initials on the gold plate. Underneath her brutish exterior, it was mentioned in an episode that she loves romantic stories. She is featured in Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?. Her hobbies include: chewing granite and house tossing.
  • Dr. Ima LeZaarde - Space alien or a haughty French scientist? You decide. She appears as both during the gameplay. She once won a prize for her research on extraterrestrial life, not surprising as she is actually an alien. "Ima LeZaarde" is a play on "I'm a lizard." In Carmen Sandiego's ThinkQuick Challenge, she is known as Madame LeZaarde. Madame LeZaarde is one of Carmen Sandiego's top Master Thieves. Dr. Ima LeZaarde was featured in Carmen Sandiego Word Detective, and Carmen Sandiego's ThinkQuick Challenge.
  • A. Leon Being - A. Leon Being is a very odd character with a pale, crescent shaped face, who often wears a tight bodysuit. He lives in a space station, presumably orbiting Earth. His name is a play on 'alien being' and he appears in Carmen Sandiego Math Detective.
  • Cal I. Fornya - Cal I.Fornya is a "cool dude" who is the star of "discount video" surf movies. His charm occasionally got him invited to the homes of the rich and famous, where he discovered another hobby, stealing. When he visited a King’s house he tried to make off with the entire royal beach. Carmen Sandiego was very impressed, and invited him to join V.I.L.E. "Cal I. Fornya" is a play on "California." Cal I.Fornya was featured in Carmen Sandiego: Junior Detective Edition.
  • Hugh Stink - Nobody knows when Hugh Stink took his first bath, but it must have been a bad experience, because he hasn't taken one since. His smell can he advantageous, even police dogs won’t go near him. "Hugh Stink" is a play on "you stink." Hugh Stink was featured in Carmen Sandiego: Junior Detective Edition.
  • Ann Fibian - Ann Fibian is a pale, thin woman who resides in a sunken ship located in the Bermuda triangle. Her name is a play on 'amphibian'. She appears in Carmen Sandiego Math Detective.
  • Telly Phone - Telly Phone has never been spotted without a dialing devise at hand. Telly Phone can break into the private calls of just about anybody Carmen Sandiego needs or wants to hear. "Telly Phone" is a play on "telephone". Telly Phone was featured in Carmen Sandiego: Junior Detective Edition.
  • Jess U. Wait - Slow and steady is too fast for Jess U. Wait. She is always the last villain to be packed up for international stealing sprees and sometimes even misses her get-away car. Carmen Sandiego recruited her because she is a master at out-waiting the authorities. "Jess U. Wait" is a play on "just you wait." Jess U. Wait was featured in Carmen Sandiego: Junior Detective Edition.
  • Stu Pidname - There's no end to Stu Pidname’s energy, he’ll do anything to keep from getting bored . "Stu Pidname" is a play on "stupid name." It isn't clear how the name relates to the character. Stu Pidname was featured in Carmen Sandiego: Junior Detective Edition.
  • Carri Daway - Carri Daway has such a huge voice, that when she made her Broadway debut she shook the whole theater. Her large voice is used by V.I.L.E. to crack foundations. "Carri Daway" is a play on "carried away." Carri Daway was featured in Carmen Sandiego: Junior Detective Edition.
  • Cy Berpunk - When Cy Berpunk was 3 years old, he crawled into the monitor at his dad's computer repair shop. Ever since, he’s "been wired." When it comes to data, Cy Berpunk is a genius. He can even wire up a toaster to open the gold vault at Fort Knox. "Cy Berpunk" is a play on "cyberpunk." Cy Berpunk was featured in Carmen Sandiego: Junior Detective Edition.
  • Manny Mistakes - Manny Mistakes stops at green lights and crosses the street when the lights turn red, puts salt in his coffee and sugar on his French fries. Nobody can confuse ACME pursuers like the unpredictable Manny. "Manny Mistakes" is a play on "many mistakes." Manny Mistakes was featured in Carmen Sandiego: Junior Detective Edition.
  • Ella Vator - Ella Vator is so tall that in college she set a record for pole-vaulting, without using a pole. Ella Vator was apparently made a member of V.I.L.E. because nothing is out of her reach. She even tried to steal the North Star (morning arrived before she could swipe it.) The Chief joked that she might be the daughter of Ella Fitzgerald and Darth Vader. "Ella Vator" is a play on "elevator." Ella Vator was featured in Carmen Sandiego: Junior Detective Edition.
  • Hardley Worthit - Hardley Worthit is a master at avoiding any kind of attention. In school he used to sneak in and out of off-limits rooms without anyone knowing. He's the kind of guy who "the guard locks in the museum because he thinks everyone has left." He’s wanted on all seven continents, but so far nobody has been able to identify him. "Hardley Worthit" is a play on "hardly worth it." Hardley Worthit was featured in Carmen Sandiego: Junior Detective Edition.
  • Dr. Depth - Dr. Depth is an egomaniacal master of the underworld, whose plans for world domination are about as fuzzy as his eyesight. Dr. Depth is one of Carmen Sandiego's top Master Thieves. Dr. Depth was featured in Carmen Sandiego Math Detective, as a miner, and Carmen Sandiego's ThinkQuick Challenge.
  • Snarla Swing - Snarla Swing is a tomb-raider and technology hater who has a penchant for ss...nakess.... Step on her and you will ss...uffer the conss...equencess.... Her hideout is a massive treehouse located in Tanzania, although in ThinkQuick challenge she is shown to live in an Egyptian-style tomb. Snarla Swing is one of Carmen Sandiego's top Master Thieves. Snarla Swing was featured in Carmen Sandiego Word Detective, and Carmen Sandiego's ThinkQuick Challenge.
  • Otto Readmore - Otto Readmore (also known as Gnash) is "the bruiser with a bookworm soul." Otto Readmore has a terrible fear of the dentist. He once won first prize in a pie-eating contest. His hideout is a library located in New York City. "Otto Readmore" is a play on "Ought to read more." In Carmen Sandiego's ThinkQuick Challenge, he is known as "Gnash." Gnash is one of Carmen Sandiego's top Master Thieves. Otto Readmore was featured in Carmen Sandiego Word Detective, and Gnash was featured in Carmen Sandiego's ThinkQuick Challenge.
  • Ill Will - Ill Will is a playwright and an actor. Apparently, he has memorized every one of Shakespeare's plays. His hideout is his playhouse theatre in London. Ill Will was featured in Carmen Sandiego Word Detective.
  • Count Hypno - Count Hypno is "a master of hypnotic rhythms and mind-bending fashion apparel." ACME Agents are advised not to look him in the eye. Count Hypno is one of Carmen Sandiego's top Master Thieves. Count Hypno was featured in Carmen Sandiego's ThinkQuick Challenge.
  • Queen Notalotenkammen - Notalotenkammen is an Egyptian queen. She resides in a treasure filled crypt in Cairo, Egypt. Notalotenkammen is a play on "not a lot in common". Notalotenkammen was featured in Carmen Sandiego Word Detective.
  • Mel Ancholy - Mel Ancholy is a composer. His hideout is his music hall located in Vienna, Austria. His name is a play on "melancholy". Mel Ancholy was featured in Carmen Sandiego Word Detective.
  • Esther Odious - Esther Odious is a very large, rich woman and is never seen without her little, white dog. Her hideout is her massive estate in Monaco. Esther Odious was featured in Carmen Sandiego Word Detective.
  • Doug Grave - Doug Grave is a vampiric grave-digger. His hideout is his creepy graveyard in Hungary. His appearance is very similar to that of Count Dracula, and he is even seen transforming into a bat at one point in the game. His name is a play on "dug grave". Doug Grave was featured in Carmen Sandiego Word Detective.
  • I.I. Captain - I.I. Captain is a very clumsy, peg-legged pirate. His hideout is his pirate ship located in the middle of the Indian Ocean. His name is a play on the saying "Aye, aye, Captain!". I.I. Captain was featured in Carmen Sandiego Word Detective.
  • Nick Furtive - Nick Furtive is a detective. He constantly has a frown plastered on his face, and never, ever smiles. His hideout is his office in Chicago, Illinois. He was featured in Carmen Sandiego Word Detective.
  • Justin Case - A Pre-need lawyer who has Black hair and blue eyes. He once stole a painting from one of Holland's greatest artists. He was featured in the NES version of Where in time is Carmen Sandiego?.
  • Mrs. Sarah Nade - Sarah Nade came from the computer game Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?: Deluxe Edition and was also added to Carmen Sandiego's gang during Season 3 of Where on Earth is Carmen Sandiego?. Sarah Nade is a children's piano teacher by day and punk rocker by night. According to the computer game file, she has a small scar on her left ear shaped like New Jersey and had blonde hair. Sarah Nade's hair in the TV series has a rainbow of colors. Her name is a play on serenade.
  • Kneemoi - Carmen Sandiego's interstellar extra-terrestrial bandit from the planet Roddenberry that has a reputation on 93 planets as a space outlaw. Kneemoi is a pink ball of ectoplasm that can morph into any form she desires. Her name and origin are Star Trek references, as in Leonard Nimoy (hence her last name) and Star Trek's creator Gene Roddenberry (for her planet's name). She was added along with Wonder Rat in Season 2 of Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?.
  • Touchy-Feely Bot - Touchy-Feely Bot is one of Carmen Sandiego's Knowledge Robots with a very dramatic soul. Apparently battling her Music and Art knowledge is a real emotional experience. Touchy-Feely Bot was featured in Carmen Sandiego's ThinkQuick Challenge.
  • Dim Bot - Knowledge Robots, such as Dim Bot for example, eat information, not food, but Dim Bot has the munchies. Dim Bot was featured in Carmen Sandiego's ThinkQuick Challenge.
  • HALie Bot - HALie Bot is a Knowledge Robot with a calm scientific attitude. HALie Bot was featured in Carmen Sandiego's ThinkQuick Challenge. HALie Bot's name is probably a play on HAL 9000 from 2001 A Space Odyssey, and on the word "halibut", although that has little to do with her character.
  • Pure-E Bot - Pure-E Bot is a haughty, bombastic Knowledge Robot with ice-cold geography coursing through her circuits. The "E" is believed by fans to signify "evil". Pure-E Bot was featured in Carmen Sandiego's ThinkQuick Challenge.
  • Synic Bot - If you've ever wondered if artificial intelligence can be cynical, Synic Bot, one of Carmen's KnowBots, might just be the answer. Synic Bot was featured in Carmen Sandiego ThinkQuick Challenge.
  • Bruiser Bot - Bruiser Bot, another KnowBot, has "the heart of a pussycat, but the body of a hydraulic car-crusher." Bruiser Bot was featured in Carmen Sandiego ThinkQuick Challenge.

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