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|Wall Buddy (Character)|
|Occupation:||Separating people apart of there roommates|
|Appears in:||"Wall Buddy"|
Wall Buddy is the main antagonist from the episode Wall Buddy.
Wall Buddy is a voice-activated machine that consists of a seemingly endless amount of walls that can stretch and shift in all directions and even create windows and doors, originally to separate and/or rearrange rooms. It's CPU is a black box with a number field and a red, round camera lens on it. Underneath the lens is the machine's reset-button.
When Mordecai and Rigby gave it too many commands at the same time, Wall Buddy started to overload and eventually malfunction, which caused it to create a giant maze of walls through the entire house and park. The duo managed to stop Wall Buddy by hitting the reset-button on it's CPU.
- Wall Buddy's CPU looks almost identical to HAL 9000, the computer from Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey.
- The way Wall Buddy creates the wallmaze with highspeed in the end of the episode resembles the way the lightcycles from the movie Tron create walls behind them while driving.