"Look behind you."
|Birthday||September 11th (Virgo)|
|Initial phrase||li'l dude|
|Initial clothes||Five-Ball Tee|
Just a little bit of milky,
One spoonful of sugar
|Favorite song||K.K. Rally|
|Appearances||AF, AF+, AC, AFe+, WW, CF, NL, HHD|
|Regional names|| Gogo |
"I AM BEHIND YOU!"Peewee (ダンベル, Danberu?) is a cranky gorilla villager in the Animal Crossing series. His name is a joke on his size and personality - "peewee" usually indicating size with relation to youth when Peewee is in fact large and adult. His initial phrase, "Li'l dude," also relates to this or because he is larger than most people he speaks to. He has appeared in every game so far. He appears on the album cover for K.K. Fusion.
— Picture quote, Animal Crossing: Wild World
AppearancePeewee is a black and blue gorilla with huge nostrils, who initially wears a 5 ball shirt. He appears to have black pupils in his eyes. If the player creates any designs, then he will wear them. If there is more than one player in the town, he will tell the player that did not create the design and that the design is "much better than your bargin-basement designs".
Below is a brief description of the cranky personality. For more information, click here.
Peewee is a cranky villager, which means he is stubborn and easily annoyed when things are not going his way. He will appear rude and belittling towards the player at first, but will eventually warm up to them, considering them his only friend. He will find the usual hobbies of fishing, bug catching, fossil hunting, fashion, and furniture collecting considerably more interesting compared to other village types, adding more reason behind the hobbies than other villagers. He will get along with other cranky villagers and snooty villagers, who share the same interests and meaningful discussions. He will often suggest planting false information or pull pranks on peppy and normal villagers when no interesting events are happening in the town and will upset jock and lazy villagers.
In New Leaf, Peewee's house is almost completely changed. It has the cardboard table, high-end stereo that plays K.K. Rally, a drum set, a wall fan, a modern bed, a kettle, and a few more drums including the taiko drum. He has the wood paneling wall and a concrete floor.