Heroes Wiki

-Welcome to the Hero/Protagonist wiki! If you can help us with this wiki please sign up and help us! Thanks! -M-NUva


Heroes Wiki
Andy in childs play.jpg
This article's content is marked as Mature
The page Pim contains mature content that may include coarse language, sexual references, and/or graphic violent images which may be disturbing to some. Mature pages are recommended for those who are 18 years of age and older.

If you are 18 years or older or are comfortable with graphic material, you are free to view this page. Otherwise, you should close this page and view another page.

Pim is one of the two main protagonists of the animated comedy series Smiling Friends (alongside Charlie).

He is a small, pink critter employed by Smiling Friends, a company that seeks to bring joy to their clients. He, alongside his best friend Charlie, go on episodic adventures usually aiming to achieve their employer’s ends. He is portrayed as unwieldy enthusiastic about his job and stands a contrast to Charlie’s more grounded pessimism.

He is voiced by Michael Cusack.


Pim is commonly characterized as overtly energetic and optimistic, wholly dedicated to his job to cheer up his clients. Despite his naivety and lack of social understanding, he is on great terms with his best friend Charlie, whom he supports despite their occasionally clashing mindsets.

His dedication to his job is showcased by his eagerness to help out his company outside of his typical duties, such as through fetching firewood, and denying himself a potential relationship with Jennifer simply if it meant cheering up Shrimp, a client of his.

However, his eagerness to experience fun and desire for adventure did at one point cause friction between him and Charlie, such as when he became deeply jealous of Charlie become hailed as a hero in the Enchanted Forest to the point of him becoming a spiteful and bitter husk of his former self. However, Pim immediately came back to his senses upon Mip’s death, apologizing to Charlie for behavior and abandoning his jealousy for the sake of his job and friendship.

External Links