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Something the So and So
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Species: Unknown alien
Gender: Male
Occupation: Villain
Friends and Family
Physical Information
Helmet made from a brass teapot, propellor beanie, red footie pajamas with a question mark, white briefs, purple oven mitt, green glove, green cowboy boot, blue swim fin, and a cape
Behind the Scenes
Voiced by:
Sam Riegel [1]

Something the So and So is a character that first appeared in "The It". It is unknown where he currently is on the Galactic Villain Leaderboard, but at the beginning of "The Rager", he was in 10th place.


Something the So-and-So is a humanoid alien slighter taller than Wander. His costume is a mismatched hodgepodge of random clothing, matching his indecisive nature.


Something the So and So is timid and indecisive, often announcing his presence before quickly faltering and stumbling over his words. He has low self-esteem, and almost always gives up before he starts anything. Despite his seemingly pathetic stance, Something has conquered at least two planets.

Powers and Abilities

Something the So and So has demonstrated no notable abilities, nor does he seem to have any minions, weapons, or any amount of power under his control, making his status on the Galactic Villain Leaderboard a mystery.


In "The It", Something the So and So was one of the many villains who was scared off his planet by Lord Hater's deranged game of Tag.

In "The Rager", Something the So and So was seen on the Galactic Villain Board where, surprisingly, he managed to get all the way to the 10th spot and more surprisingly still, he somehow conquered nine planets, but by the end of the episode he fell from the top ten spot once more.

In "The Battle Royale", he was the first one to reach the Ring of Invincibility. He completely messed up his speech, however, resulting in Emperor Awesome telling him to go away and come back when he was better prepared.

In "The Matchmaker", Something the So and So confronted Wander and Sylvia for the first time in hopes of doing something evil to them and the galaxy, but just like before, he fumbled his speech and became uncertain about what to do. Either destroy them, do something with lasers, or use galactic trains to somehow torment the galaxy. Wander then calmly went up to Something the So and So and confessed that normally he would waste 11 minutes stopping or helping him but due to his schedule he simply asked Something the So and So if this was really what he wanted to with his life. The confused villain then began to question his career choice and became unsure to the point where he decided to give up and said goodbye to Wander and Sylvia.


Season 2


"The End of the Galaxy"


  • His speech in "The Battle Royale" was added because the episode was a minute short.[2]
  • According to this tweet, this is not the last time he'll do that.