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Wooldoor Sockbat is a character from the adult cartoon show Drawn Together.

He is a bizarre children's show character in the mold of SpongeBob SquarePants and Stimpy with many of the typical reality-defying behaviors as seen in the Looney Tunes cartoons and the Tex Avery-directed MGM animated shorts. He is also good friends with Xandir, Spanky, and sometimes Captain Hero. Most of his humor revolves around his childlike innocence, his happy-go-lucky nature, or his general strangeness; he is often used to assume a variety of professions to fit the needs of the scene. Among reality show archetypes, he represents the attention-starved weirdo. Wooldoor is the least mature out of all the main characters, reaching puberty in "Clum Babies"; though it should be noted that Ling-Ling is far younger in actual calendar years, despite being a fully grown individual of his species. He is voiced by James Arnold Taylor. Originally, Wooldoor's role was to have been that of a bipolar drug addict. However, creators Jeser and Silverstein decided to change this when Comedy Central producers protested, noting that the cast's personalities were getting too dark, and they needed a character who was innocent and childlike to contrast with the darker tendencies of the others; though Wooldoor does indeed have a dark side, he rarely shows it. In original artwork for the show, Wooldoor's nose was yellow (like the rest of his skin), and he wore socks with sandals. He was called Wooldoor Jebediah Sockbat by Unusually Flexible Girl. Wooldoor is originally described as a "Whacky Whatchamacallit", but the species are named "sockbats". Some of his ancestors were exterminated in a holocaust.

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