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|“||Oooooh! Someone's salty! Real or not though, people love me. Does anybody love you? Blitzo?||„|
|~ Robo Fizz stating his superiority over Blitzo before they fight.|
Robo Fizz is the main antagonist of the second episode "Loo Loo Land" in the first season of Helluva Boss.
He is a robotic entertainer at the knock-off theme park Loo Loo Land and Blitzo's rival and former co-worker. He is established as being a robot knockoff of the as of yet unseen character, Fizzarolli. He also mentioned to have been shipped from a place a called Big Ozzie's Factory, so it's presumed that there are more Robo Fizzes.
He is voiced by Alex Brightman, who also plays the Broadway role of Beetlejuice.
Robo Fizz resembles a harlequin with red, white, yellow, and black coloring. His limbs appear to be more like tentacles than proper jointed limbs. He often speaks with a stutter and often sparks indicating that he is in a state of disrepair.
Before the start of the series, Robo Fizz was a robot version of a popular jester named Fizzarolli built at a factory called Big Ozzie's Factory. He was than shipped to Loo Loo Land, which was a rip-off of Lucifer's Lu Lu World, and became a circus performer and entertained children and worked with Blitzo, who was a clown at the time. Unlike Robo Fizz, none of the kids liked Blitzo and hated his jokes. Sometime later, Blitzo quit his job while Robo Fizz continued to perform.
Many years later, Stolas decided to take his daughter, Octavia, to Loo Loo Land and brought Blitzo, Moxxie, and Millie along to be they bodyguards. At the circus, Robo Fizz than sings a song about Loo Loo Land along with his band of animatronics, much to Octavia's annoyance. After the show, Robo Fizz ends up noticing Blitzo in the audience and decides to mock the imp over how unpopular he was when he worked at the park. Blitzo, then bites back by pointing out how Robo Fizz is nothing more than a robotic knockoff of the actual Fizzarolli. Regardless, Robo Fizz retorts by stating that unlike Blitzo, people love him. Blitzo responds by firing his Sniper Rifle at Robo Fizz, prompting the two to start fighting. Robo Fizz than wraps around Blitzo and throws him out of the circus tent causing him to crash into a stand selling torches, setting the tent and eventually the whole park on fire, destroying the other animatronics, and exposing Robo Fizz's robotic endoskeleton, all while continuing his fight with Blitzo.
As the end, Stolas finally decided that Octavia was too old for Loo Loo Land and Robo Fizz is eventually eaten whole by one of the park's dragons. It is unknown if he is still alive or not.
Personality and Traits
Robo Fizz is extremely disdainful and belligerent, as he mocked Blitzo and had no qualms getting in a fight that ended with Loo Loo Land being burned to the ground.
Powers and Abilities
Robo Fizz is shown to be extremely flexible, since he can wrap around Blitzo and can move his limbs in an unnatural way reminiscent of a rubber-hose cartoon. He can also turn his head at a 90 degree angle, and was able to catch a bullet with his teeth. His most dangerous ability is cartwheel so fast it that he can destroy anything in his path in a way not unlike Sonic the Hedgehog's Spin Dash.
- Robo Fizz made an appearance in the Helluva Boss season one trailer, setting on a big demon's shoulder, which is presumed to be Asmodeus, the ruler of the Lust Ring of Hell. Although, it remains unknown if it's the same Robo Fizz, a different Robo Fizz, or the real Fizzarolli.
- Robo Fizz was the first character to pronounce Blitzo’s name with the ‘o’ at the end. The second being Verosika in the following episode.
- In Loo Loo Land, there are posters of Robo Fizz that advertises his sexual services. Meaning he was also built for sexual pleasure.
- Robo Fizz could possibly be the main or secondary antagonist of Helluva Boss or at least a recurring foe, since the season one trailer featured his silhouette in a yet to be released episode.
- During his song, he sings about how there isn't any copyright infringement to be found in Loo Loo Land. However, directly after in his song he copies a lyric from Charlie's song from the pilot of Hazbin Hotel.
- Ironically enough, Loo Loo Land is a rip-off of Lu Lu World, a theme park owned by Lucifer, Charlie's father, which proves that his lyric of "No copyright infringement to be seen" is a blatant lie.