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Johnathan was an obese Caucasian man with black hair and big lips. He wore a red flannel shirt, blue pants, and a black belt. His appearance looked like a trucker, a supporting reason for why he wanted the hat. He became fat apparently due to him excessively eating the Eggscellent Challenge 3 times every day for a long time.
Kimble was obsessed with winning the Eggscellent Challenge, but always failed yet he learned from his mistakes each time he failed the challenge. He kept a notebook journal on deducing the universal path to winning and having been excited on figuring out how to win, he told the crowd he figured it out then vanished the same day. Benson and Skips recollected his journal after his death.
Mordecai won the challenge by following Kimble's journal, then finds out Kimble won the challenge but he died from picking the wrong hat and so all that remains of him is his skeleton and clothes.
- It is unknown how long ago he worked at the park before, although it was probably shortly before Mordecai and Rigby became park workers due to Benson and Skips remembering him fondly. However, a commercial that aired earlier in the episode stated that the Eggscellent Challenge comes every 100 years, so he could have possibly worked at the park over 100 years ago. Whatever the circumstance, Benson still knew him.
- Despite his death, he makes a cameo appearance in "Men in Uniform" chasing after the park workers to make fun of them. This could means that this episode takes place before Eggscellent or maybe this was an oversight or goof from the producers.