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|Voiced by:||John Cygan|
|Appears in:||"Silver Dude"|
Silver Dude is the main antagonist in the episode of the same name. Silver was a street performer who was making money by doing ball tricks while being painted silver. When Mordecai and Rigby start taking away his business with rapping, however, Silver Dude recorded their rapping and played it while doing his tricks, claiming he wasn't ripping them off. Rigby got angry and attacked him, which upset the God of Street Performing, who decided to host a Street Performing Competition.
Silver kept on ripping off Mordecai and Rigby's rapping, but then they used the power of their rapping by saying how he was just a copy cat and couldn't do anything without his boombox. The song demolished his boombox, and he lost the competition, along with all the money. Silver Dude tried to rap on his own, but just showed that he really sucked, and the people hissed at him for it. He got angry and was about to steal the money until the Guard of Street Performing stopped him, turned him into a mime, and sent him to Street Jail. The audience praised Mordecai and Rigby for their efforts.
- Boombox - His boombox is able to record sounds, play them back, and remix them (singing/speech)
- He is not creative without his boombox.
- He is terrible at rapping.