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This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (March 2007) In Devo's music videos, early concerts, and short films, the band created a pastiche and parody of the real world via the idea of "Spudland". Many characters and concepts reappeared between videos. Contents 1 Characters 1.1 Booji Boy 1.2 General Boy 1.3 Chinaman 1.4 Soo Bawlz 1.5 Rodney Ethan Rooter ( a.k.a. "Rod The Man") 1.6 Floyd & Boyd Kalimba 1.7 Donut Rooter 1.8 Daddy Know-It-All 1.9 Pliney the Pinhead 1.10 Mongo the Mongoloid 1.11 Dr. Byrthfood 2 Organizations 2.1 Big Entertainment 2.2 Lifeforms Unlimited 2.3 The Pilgrims 2.4 The Smart Patrol 3 Fake bands 3.1 Parcheesi 3.2 The Cumberbuns 3.3 DOVE, The Band of Love 3.4 The Evil Clowns 3.5 The Big Dirty Farmers 3.6 Skunk Man Fly 3.7 The Sex Dolls 4 Notes Characters Booji Boy Main article: Booji Boy Played by Mark Mothersbaugh, Booji is considered the infantile spirit of Devolution. He first appeared in The Truth About De-Evolution as a member of the performing band during the Secret Agent Man segment. He is the son of General Boy. General Boy Main article: General Boy General Boy, played by Robert Mothersbaugh, Sr., the father of Mark, and Bob Mothersbaugh, serves as a representation and parody of authority figures, though General Boy is on the side of Devo. He made his first appearance in The Truth About De-Evolution. Chinaman The Chinaman, played by Gerald Casale, is an embodiment of the stereotypical wise Asian master. He does not appear in music videos, except a brief shot in "Secret Agent Man". He wrote the introduction to Booji Boy's book My Struggle. Chinaman speaks the lyrics to "Social Fools" in the studio / demo version of "Somewhere With Devo". Soo Bawlz Played by Toni Basil. She is the girlfriend of Chinaman. Her only appearances were in a handful of early live performances. She also had her own song "Soo Bawlz", which appears on the B-Side of the Devo single release of "Secret Agent Man". Rodney Ethan Rooter ( a.k.a. "Rod The Man") A parody of music executives, Rod Rooter, played by Michael Schwartz, serves as a higher-up in Big Entertainment, the entertainment conglomerate that owns Devo. His relationship with the band is extremely antagonistic. He sees Devo as a tool for marketing, and is dismissive of their artistic goals. We're All Devo implies that there is an incestual relationship between him and his daughter Donut Rooter. Floyd & Boyd Kalimba From the PC game Adventures of the Smart Patrol. Floyd and Boyd are Rod Rooter's trendy twin henchmen. They are also featured in My Struggle. Donut Rooter Daughter of Rod Rooter. Seemingly obsessed with keeping within ever-changing fashion trends. Played in We're All Devo by Laraine Newman. Daddy Know-It-All The embodiment of all that is corporate evil. He is Rod Rooter's boss, and Rod can be seen ingratiating himself to him in the film The Men Who Make the Music. He doesn't care about who Devo are, as long as they make him more money and are kept in line by Rod. Pliney the Pinhead Mongo the Mongoloid Dr. Byrthfood Dr. Byrthfood, played by Timothy Leary, works for Lifeforms Unlimited and makes sure that Devo are kept in tip top working conditions. He shows nothing but loathing for Rod Rooter. Organizations Big Entertainment A satire of the entertainment industry. Lifeforms Unlimited Lifeforms Unlimited is a bio-engineering company that tries to improve humanity through science. Among their employees are: Dr. Byrthfood (Devo's personal aide) and scientists Sun Wang Pin and Yoni Wang Pin. Lifeforms Unlimited inadvertently creates the horror known as "Turkey Monkey", which spreads the disease osso bucco myelitis. The Pilgrims The Pilgrims are a group of religious zealots led by Reverend Vince Gassale (portrayed by Gerald Casale). The Pilgrims wear business suits topped with pilgrim-style hats. They practice televangelism and believe that disease is God's way of punishing those that are morally unsuitable. The Smart Patrol From the PC game Adventures of the Smart Patrol. The Smart Patrol consist of Jamie Rega, Jeremy Welt, Tanya Olszewski, Max Leidermann, and Grady Sain. (Their music is played by Devo themselves.) The Smart Patrol are the equivalent of a police force in Spudland. Fake bands Devo impersonated a number of fake bands in their videos and performances to satire the music business. Parcheesi Named after the "oldest game", Parcheesi performed the song Midget in the video "Roll Out The Barrel". They are never shown. The full performance of Midget appears on Hardcore Devo: Volume One (1990), the first album of a two-volume collection of 1970s demos. The Cumberbuns A Latin lounge music group, the Cumberbuns produced one album, We Are Degenero with the song Softcore Mutations (an early version of Going Under from the 1981 album New Traditionalists). A recording of this song was played on the Dr. Demento show, introduced by Booji Boy. DOVE, The Band of Love Devo's Christian rock alter-egos, and the only fake Devo band to actually perform live. Dove performs in yellow leisure suits with green accountants visors. They perform Christian versions of Devo songs. Dove has an appearance in the film Pray TV, performing the Devo song "Shrivel Up" (actually miming to the album version), and footage of a Dove performance from the 1979 M-80 Festival appears on both The Complete Truth About De-Evolution, and as a bonus feature on Devo Live 1980. The Evil Clowns Referenced in We're All Devo, The Evil Clowns are Big Entertainment's "mega-metal group". Pictures of the lead singer, Numero Uno, allegedly consist of Mark Mothersbaugh's head pasted on the body of David Lee Roth. The Big Dirty Farmers The Big Dirty Farmers appeared in the only "Club Devo" animation for shockwave.com, performing the song It's All Good. Skunk Man Fly Skunk Man Fly, featured in the Devo song "Chango," were proposed for a later, unfinished installment of "Club Devo", but no material was recorded. The Sex Dolls The Sex Dolls were proposed for an unrealized installment of "Club Devo", with a song and animation, but no material was recorded[1]. Notes ^ "CLUB DEVO Announcement", electricdimension.tripod.com/devo, accessed January 22, 2011. In June 2000, Club DEVO appeared online as an "animated lounge" at Shockwave.com, with one animated song by The Big Dirty Farmers. "Currently scheduled to appear are The Big Dirty Farmers, Booji Boy, Skunkman Fly, The Smart Patrol, The Sex Dolls, and Parcheezi. General Boy will introduce the bands." v · d · eDevo Mark Mothersbaugh · Bob Mothersbaugh · Gerald Casale · Bob Casale · Josh Freese Bob Lewis · Peter Gregg · Fred Weber · Rod Reisman · Jim Mothersbaugh · Alan Myers · David Kendrick Studio albums Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo · Duty Now for the Future · Freedom of Choice · New Traditionalists · Oh, No! It's Devo · Shout · Total Devo · Smooth Noodle Maps · Something for Everybody Live albums DEV-O Live · Now It Can Be Told: DEVO at the Palace · DEVO Live: The Mongoloid Years · Devo Live 1980 · Live in Central Park Compilation albums E-Z Listening Disc · Devo's Greatest Hits · Devo's Greatest Misses · Hardcore Devo: Volume One · Hardcore Devo: Volume Two · Hot Potatoes: The Best of Devo · Adventures of the Smart Patrol · Pioneers Who Got Scalped · Recombo DNA · This is the Devo Box EPs Be Stiff EP · Mechanical Man EP · DEV-O Live · Theme from Doctor Detroit · Watch Us Work It · Song Study EP Singles "Mongoloid" · "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" · "Be Stiff" · "Jocko Homo" · "Come Back Jonee" · "The Day My Baby Gave Me a Surprize" · "Secret Agent Man" · "Filmsy Wrap" · "Girl U Want" · "Whip It" · "Gates of Steel" · "Freedom of Choice" · "Working in a Coal Mine" · "Beautiful World" · "Through Being Cool" · "Jerkin' Back 'n' Forth" · "Peek-a-Boo!" · "That's Good" · "Here to Go" · "Are You Experienced?" · "Baby Doll" · "Disco Dancer" · "Post-Post Modern Man" · "Watch Us Work It" · "Don't Shoot (I'm a Man)" · "Fresh" · "What We Do" Home video releases The Men Who Make the Music · Human Highway · We're All Devo · The Complete Truth About De-Evolution · Devo Live · Devo Live in the Land of the Rising Sun · Devo Live 1980 Related articles Energy Dome · Devo discography · Devo 2.0 · Jihad Jerry & the Evildoers · Church of the SubGenius · The Network · Mutato Muzika · Booji Boy