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Yeoman Janice Rand and Beauregard in 2266.

Beauregard (also known as Gertrude) was a carnivorous Weeper plant that was kept in the botanical garden aboard the USS Enterprise in 2266.

The plant was named Beauregard by Yeoman Janice Rand, who suggested the plant was a male when it purred in her presence. However, Lieutenant Hikaru Sulu, who was caring for the plant, decided that the plant was female and that Gertrude was an appropriate name. When the M-113 creature boarded the Enterprise posing as Ensign Green, Beauregard sensed that Green was not human and became highly agitated. (TOS episode: "The Man Trap")

In 2290, Hikaru Sulu visited a Delvin cat trap plant on the USS Excelsior named Gertrude. The plant had gold and red fronds. (TLE novel: Excelsior: Forged in Fire)

In 2294, Commander Anik asked Commander Rand about her time with Sulu aboard the Enterprise, and Rand told her that many of her days aboard were spent with Sulu and Beauregard in the botanical garden. (TOS novel: The Captain's Daughter)


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Muppet

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Performer:
Design Team:
Michael Frith • (designer)
Mari Kaestle • (builder)
Beau in 2009

Beauregard is the thick but lovable janitor at the Muppet Theater who took over the mantle from George the Janitor beginning in episode 310 of The Muppet Show. He also does duty as one of the Stagehands. Although he tries to be helpful, his dimwitted efforts frequently result in disaster. Affectionately known as Beau (or Bo), his slow wit is often exploited by characters who use him to their own purposes. He has a characteristic blink and often turns to the camera and says, "Right." Bo has superhuman strength, which is illustrated by his ability to effortlessly lift and carry around objects that are far too heavy to carry, such as an anvil, couch or piano.

Beaker has occasionally assisted Beauregard with stagehand duties.

Bo appeared onstage in various sketches and skits, including an appearance in the Veterinarian's Hospital sketch in episode 501. However, Bo was more comfortable backstage. It was here that a bunch of rats convinced him that he was an honorary rat, so that he would let them eat food out of the refrigerator (episode 503). To his delight, they even elected him president. When Kermit delivered an ultimatum -- either the rats go or Beau does -- Beau heroically took the burden upon himself, offering to leave.

Beauregard originally wore a gray jacket over his plaid shirt, but sometime during the fourth season, he stopped wearing the jacket.

Beauregard's most notable movie appearance was in The Great Muppet Caper, where he played a taxi driver. He brought Kermit, Fozzie and Gonzo to the Happiness Hotel -- and right through the front door, into the lobby. Bo makes an oft-quoted joke in the film -- when Kermit says that they'll catch the thieves red-handed, Bo asks, "What color are their hands now?" It was also in this film that Beauregard once again displayed his heroic side by grappling with Nicky Holiday while the rest of the Muppets played "keep away" with the Fabulous Baseball Diamond.

Bo's other major role was in the 1990 special The Muppets at Walt Disney World, where he dragged Miss Piggy onto a series of thrill rides.

He has also made occasional cameo appearances in other Henson projects, including The Muppets Take Manhattan, Muppets Tonight, and The Muppets: A Celebration of 30 Years. He had a brief, non-speaking cameo in the 2002 TV-movie It's a Very Merry Muppet Christmas Movie. Bo returned into a speaking role on Disney Xtreme Digital in 2009, teaming up with Bobo the Bear in a series of videos called "Better Living with Bobo". Beauregard also starred in a book, Bo Saves the Show.

It is revealed in The Muppet Show On Tour that he calls his mop "Belleregard."

In the book Of Muppets and Men, Dave Goelz explains that Beauregard was based on the clumsy Wendell Porcupine from Emmet Otter's Jug Band Christmas. The main reason why Bo never became a star was because the writers thought he was too passive; he didn't desire anything. This made Beauregard difficult to write for.

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Yugioh

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Yu-Gi-Oh!

Beauregard

Beauregard

Kanji

大原

Rōmaji

Ōhara

English

Beauregard

Debut (Anime)

Yu-Gi-Oh! GX - Episode 016

Appears in

Yu-Gi-Oh! (Duel Monsters) GX

Gender

Male

Deck(s)

Goblin

Seiyū (Japanese)
Voice actor(s) (English)

Beauregard, known in the Japanese version as Ohara, is a Ra Yellow duelist. Beauregard is a heavy set duelist who's dream is to be a game designer, but is lacking when it comes to Dueling talent. Beauregard plays the part of the duelist called "Duel Giant", while Brier gave him instructions via a radio headset during duels. The duo did this to win cards by bullying Obelisk Blue students into unauthorized Ante Duels. Eventually, word gets around to Crowler who then "hires" Jaden to defeat the "Duel Giant" with hopes that he'll be able to evict him from the academy if he fails. At midnight, Jaden and his friends meet up with the Duel Giant and challenges him to a game. Eventually, he discovers Brier and Beauregard's trick, and convinces the two to battle him out in the open in exchange for not turning them in.

Beauregard made a cameo in episode 179, watching Jaden's Graduation ceremony.

Deck

When Beauregard and Brier duel along side each other as the "Duel Giant", they use a Goblin Deck, which includes high-ATK strength creatures such as "Giant Orc" that can have its drawback removed by the Union Monster "Second Goblin".

Duel Giant's Deck
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Gender Male  +

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