|“||Traitors to Saporia pay with their lives.||„|
|~ Andrew threatening to kill Varian for betraying him.|
Hubert, also known as Andrew, is a major antagonist in Tangled: The Series, being the main antagonist in the episodes "Under Raps" and "Rapunzel's Return". He is a visitor from out of town who forms a relationship with Cassandra in hopes of using her to steal a journal to help the Separatists of Saporia rise up and take over Corona.
He was voiced by Dean Winters.
Andrew is the leader of the Separatists of Saporia, an organization hellbent on revenge against Corona. Andrew was tasked with stealing King Herz Der Soone's old journal which holds many secrets that can help the Separatists of Saporia. Andrew sent many requests to the Captain of the Guards to look at the book to "Study It" but he denied all the requests. he sent Cassandra to deliver the message of rejection but instead, Cassandra offers him to look at the book when it is open to the public an offer Andrew accepted.
In Corona, Andrew forms a relationship with Cassandra in hopes of getting close to the Journal after a double date with Rapunzel and Eugene Cassandra offers to take Andrew to see the book in private. while Cassandra has her back turned he grabs a knife ready to stab (possibly to kill or injure her) but Cassandra saw this coming she knew that he was a fraud from day one because he spelled bibliophilic wrong but then suddenly Rapunzel comes it to warn Cassandra about Andrew this gives Andrew enough time to get the upper hand against them and demands they cuff themselves to the wall. luckily Eugene shows up and picks the lock on the handcuffs the run after Andrew who is escaping on his Hot Air Balloon they manage to get on and a fight between Andrew and Cassandra starts, he is ultimately defeated by Cassandra in a swordfight
He is later arrested and put in jail where he meets Varian. Andrew takes advantage of him by pretending to be his friend so he convinces him to break out of jail together and take over the kingdom. So at some point, they do just that they break out to over the kingdom along with Separatists of Saporia. he uses Clementine's Magic Wand and Varian's chemicals to erase the king and queen's memories so he can rule Corona or now New Saporia from behind the scenes
Eventually, Rapunzel and her friends return to Corona she heads over to the castle to see her parents but realizes that something is not right that's when Andrew and the Separatists arrive and tells her everything that they have done. They get into a fight which Varian, Andrew, and the Saporians are able to get the upper hand then Andrew pulls out a chemical bomb which he throws at them exploding but the group is able to survive and escape.
Later he is seen with Varian making the chemical to erase the people of Corona memories but Varian messes up and is splattered over the wall which Clementine comments that the chemicals could be useful for something else, giving Andrew an idea.
Later on, Rapunzel tries to sneak back into the castle which ends in her getting caught and thrown in jail. Rapunzel tries to reason with Varian, who admits he wants to erase everyone's memories because he believes that no one will forgive him and hopes they can start as friends again, but then Andrew reveals that he and the Separatists changed their plans and they are planning to use Varian's chemical formula to destroy Corona. Varian then realizes how evil Andrew and the Saporians are. So Varian turns on them but he accidentally throws a bath bomb at them then Andrew locks Varian up with Rapunzel and Pascal. Then he and the Separatists are walking away by planning to destroy Corona.
Then he and the Separatists load the barrels onto a ship to drop the barrels of chemicals to destroy Corona, he sends Kai to send the king and queen far away to watch their kingdom fall and then get rid of them. But before they drop any barrels Rapunzel caught one of the barrels with her hair than Rapunzel and Varian stow away on the ship to stop them. They all get into a fight and later Andrew takes care of Varian and hangs him over the ship threatening to kill him for betraying Saporia, but Pascal knocks him back and off the edge but the chemical surrounds his head sending him away from the ship In Andrew's last act of vengeance, he cuts the rope to the hot air balloon planning to drop all the chemicals on Corona at once not caring that the Separatists are on it.
He floats away smiling. But in the end, Andrew did fail because Rapunzel and Varian were able to save Corona and free Quirin from the amber. It's then shown that Andrew and his goons are in jail still inside their bubbles with Kai holding them like balloons.
Plus Est En Vous
Andrew makes a brief cameo in the "Living Happily Ever After" Reprise song where he and his crew are shown to still have chains on their wrists (including the Stabbington Brothers).
Andrew initially appears as a kind, extremely friendly and smart man who loves Cassandra, and has a great interest in Corona's history and also preferred traveling in his hot air balloon than in transports which exploits animals.
But after he gets close to the book his true personality is revealed as a vengeful, cold, deceitful and boneheaded who is obsessed with getting the book so the Separatists of Saporia can get their revenge against Corona.
Although at the end, he did state that he was starting to like Cassandra, so it is possible that he did truly love her, he even asked about her while fighting Eugene in "Rapunzel's Return".
After he takes over Corona he becomes even crazier and tyrannical, having all of Corona's citizens mine for him and punishes them badly if they refuse. and later tries to destroy Corona killing hundreds possibly thousands of people and not caring one bit, not even for his own Separatists.
- During their first confrontation, Cassandra questions whether or not "Andrew" is his real name, to which he replies, "It's Hubert..."
- In the promos leading up to the premiere of the episode "Under Raps", Andrew was sold as a potential love interest for Cassandra.
- "Andrew" stupidly misspelled the word "Bibliophile" in his letters.