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Jerry voiced by Matt Mariska — Jerry is the show's other main character and Dave's best friend, fellow programmer, and office-mate. Unlike Dave, Jerry is hard-working, responsible, and tidy. However, usually under Dave's negative influence, Jerry will succumb to sinful pleasures, often with disastrous outcomes. Jerry's running gags throughout the series deal with his unrequited crush on fellow programmer Mary who constantly rejects himfixing the damage Dave causes, wetting himself when nervous or threatened, and his allusion to having closeted sexual feelings for men. Larrity voiced by Andy Sipes — Mr. Larrity is the current head of GameaVision, a Texan billionaire who bought the company from Steve Wozniakdespite the fact that he knows nothing about video games, only that they're sure to make him rich.
Larrity often employs various illegal methods to make his fortune. In addition to being ignorant, Larrity is violent, manic, bigoted, and misogynistic. Despite his apparent stupidity, Larrity can be quite cunning and manipulative. He treats his employees with no respect, but still cares about them to some degree, particularly for Dave, Jerry, and Benny who he sees as his surrogate sons. Larrity and Black Steve also share a begrudging respect for each other over their shooting prowess. Larrity's extremely muscular and borderline retarded son. He is appointed by his father as GameaVision's Head Supervisor.
Dean has limited viddeo with the other employees, doesn't participate in any of the programming, and doesn't even seem to do any actual work, aside from helping his dad cover up Davew illegal activities. He often uses violence to solve problems. Todd voiced by Dana Snyder — Todd is GameaVision's resident fantasy game designer, an obese year-old geek who is always seen wearing a horned helmet. On any given day, Dave turns up the top 10 stories that are important, moving, hilarious, and just weird. Next Draft finds the signal in all the noise. Add that to his drop-dead sexiness and you've got yourself an indispensable newsletter. A consistently informative and entertaining guide to some of the best stories on the web, with a healthy mix of news you should know, want to know, and prefer to pretend you didn't read.
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Don Van Natta Jr. I read NextDraft the way I breathe, and for the same reason. This also extends to cameos from well known video game developers, who appear in the show pitching their ideas to GameaVision for the games that would later make them famous, usually to be rejected, insulted, and sometimes injured or killed off. Episode structure[ edit ] A screenshot from "Code Monkeys", showcasing elements of Davees show: Code Monkeys is presented as though it were an 8-bit video game. In keeping with this format, characters, backgrounds adlt other objects are rendered with an 8-bit color palette, occasionally vidro to viseo animating specific objects.
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Characters also use similar methods to show emotions, such as air humping usually to exaggerate sexuality or awesomenessor throwing up the sign of the horns. The show is entirely computer animated, with the exception of the "game crash" scene in "Todd Loses His Mind", and is done in-house at the G4 studios in Los Angeles. The original music for the show, video game-styled underscore, is composed by Jon and Al Kaplan. Other music prominently featured in the series includes music by Los Angeles heavy metal group Tinhorn. Jonathan Coulton 's song " Code Monkey " serves as the theme song of the show. A constant slacker, he focuses his attention more on playing games than actually making them.
Dave is also a frequent cannabis user; he claimed that most of his game ideas were conceived while he was high. Dave often grosses out his co-workers by either throwing up in front of them, having his pants down at inopportune moments, humping random people or objects, or performing other lewd acts. A rampant hedonistthe only things that seem to motivate Dave are money, drugs, and sex. Most of the show's and characters' predicaments are caused by Dave's erratic and impulsive actions. While he considers Jerry to be his best friend, Dave often insults him and manipulates his emotions.
Despite his quirks, Dave has a flair to all of his actions and is a competent game programmer. Jerry voiced by Matt Mariska — Jerry is the show's other main character and Dave's best friend, fellow programmer, and office-mate. Unlike Dave, Jerry is hard-working, responsible, and tidy.