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Started as criminal (head of the street gang), but later joined the police academy.
played by Bobcat Goldthwait
7.2 / 10
The misadventures of new cadets in Police Academy.
Sergeant in seaside resort of Saint-Tropez.
Griffinsí one year old child who behaves like an adult.
Malcolm's mother - the real head of the family.
Veteran policeman that has to show the ropes to PC Penrose.
South Park rather inapt police officer.
Captain Mauser took over from Harris the part of bad guy in the academy - always plotting against Mahoney and rest of the cadets.
The black character behind the academy - always tries to takeover the position of Lassard.
Doctor who due to miastake is forced to share his flat with Kotek family.
Head nurse in 4077 and Frank Burns' not-so-secret lover. Together with Burns they try hard to force Pierce to follow the army rules.
Divorced mother and owner of a fitness club for women.
Police officer that keeps coming to Meldrum house for good meals.
Despite being the bishop he is very reasonable and understanding man when it comes to religion. He just canít stand deanís approach to many aspects of life.
Overprotecting mother of Ray and Robert.
Rayís wife that tries to run the house and cope with his mother.
Chrisí loud-mouthed mother.
Head of the family, Jim runs his construction company together with Andy. He does some really stupid things and hopes his wife wonít find out about it.
Basilís wife - always hanging on the phone, taking good care for her nails, annoying Basil and not stoping him from making fool of himself.
Owner of Fawlty Towers, a hotel in Torquay. He isnít one of those happy-go-lucky people - thatís for sure. He isnít happy about anything - visitors annoy him, his wife annoys him, his staff annoys him even garden gnomes.
Detective of the Police Squad.
Boyfriend of Jane and owner of science fiction media store.
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