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|“||Just not the right book for you huh, tell me buster, why do you need to read for points anyway. Just read the rest of my book.||„|
|~ Kilgore tells Buster to read the rest of his book.|
Detective Kilgore is the protagonist in the PBS Kids cartoon series Arthur. he appeared on the book called City of Droids, from the first half of the eighth episode "Buster's Book Battle".
He was voiced by Don Dickinson.
The story is entitled City of Droids, about a crime-fighting cyborg detective named Kilgore. Buster is entranced by the story and reads it non-stop. When Buster asks Mr. Ratburn how many points he can get for reading it, he is shocked to learn that IRP has no quiz for City of Droids, or several other books for that matter. Wanting the skateboard for 500 points, Buster takes Francine's advice and reads Loki again. Kilgore and Loki themselves appear in Buster's room as a metaphorical dream sequence, trying to convince Buster to read their books. It results in a physical altercation, with Kilgore getting the better of Loki and forcing him to retreat.
In the end, receiving at least 30 points, Buster chooses City of Droids and cashes in his points on a crazy straw. Francine gets 500 points, but the skateboard is actually much smaller than advertised, irritating her. She then denounces the Loki series. Buster also gives Arthur City of Droids to read.
- He is a parody of Cyborg from Teen Titans.