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Up to date as of February 02, 2010
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From Muppet Wiki

The Muppets' family photos displayed in Muppets from Space.
A Doozer family.
The Tutter Family Reunion

A list of relatives of Muppet characters, both on screen and in books. In the case of long-running characters, the source listed is the character's first appearance.

Abby Cadabby

The Amazing Mumford

Artie Springer

Artie and Marty Pipkin

Baby Bear

Bean Bunny


Betty Lou


The Big Bad Wolf

Big Bird

International cousins:

Big Mean Carl

Bill the Bubble Guy

Bob Cratchit

Cookie Monster

Cotterpin Doozer

Count von Count


Emmet Otter


Fozzie Bear

Forgetful Jones

Fughetta Faffner

Gobo Fraggle



Guy Smiley

Harry the Duck

Herry Monster

Hoots the Owl

  • Athena, granddaughter -- Sesame Street

Johnny Fiama

Junior Gorg

  • Pa Gorg, father -- Fraggle Rock
  • Ma Gorg, mother -- Fraggle Rock
  • Queen Esmerelda, grandmother -- Fraggle Rock

Kermit the Frog

King Goshposh

King Ploobis

Ma Gorg

  • Queen Esmerelda, mother -- Fraggle Rock
  • Pa Gorg, husband -- Fraggle Rock
  • Junior Gorg, son -- Fraggle Rock

Marjory the Trash Heap

Miss Piggy

Moishe Oofnik

Moosey Mouse

Mother Goose

Mr. Johnson

Mr. Snuffleupagus




  • Uncle Koala -- Bear in the Big Blue House, "What's in the Mail, Today?"

Oscar the Grouch

Phil van Neuter

  • Composta Heap, wife -- Muppets Tonight episode 104
  • Mulch, brother-in-law -- Muppets Tonight episode 104
  • Zelda Rose, mother --Muppets Tonight episode 208

Pip and Pop

Prairie Dawn

Roosevelt Franklin


Rowlf the Dog


Slimey the Worm

Squire Trelawney



Telly Monster

Thomas Twiddlebug



  • Astoria, wife -- The Muppet Show episode 413

Wrench Doozer

Zippity Zap


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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Final Fantasy Wiki

Brother in Final Fantasy X-2.
"Who is the leader? I am! I give the orders around here!!"

Brother (アニキ, Aniki) is a non-player character from the game Final Fantasy X and is featured in a more prominent role in Final Fantasy X-2. He is an Al Bhed, and is Cid's son. As such, he is also Rikku's brother and Yuna's cousin. He is also a blitzball player who can be recruited for the Besaid Aurochs in Final Fantasy X and starts as a blitzball player for the Gullwings in Final Fantasy X-2. As he seems to be Rikku's only sibling, but also older, the term may be a friendly Japanese-style honorific rather than his actual name.



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Early Life

Not much is known about Brother's life before Final Fantasy X. What is known, however, is that he attempted to chase off a fiend that attacked a young Rikku at the beach with a Thunder spell, but missed and hit Rikku instead. This event severely traumatizes Rikku and leaves her with severe astraphobia from that day.

Final Fantasy X

Brother is first met in the beginning of the game on the Salvage Ship. His posse manhandles Tidus, whom they believe to be a fiend in human form. Rikku persuades him not to kill Tidus, and Brother tells him in comical sign language that he has to do work for the Al Bhed if he wants to live. He sends Tidus and Rikku on a mission to salvage what would later be the Airship that transports the party all over Spira.

Brother is not seen again until the party reaches Lake Macalania. He sends a giant machina weapon at the player party and shuts off all magic and aeon. After the weapon is destroyed, Rikku explains to Brother in the Al Bhed language that she'd become a guardian, though Brother wants nothing to do with it. Wakka, an Al Bhed hater, overhears this conversation and gets annoyed at Rikku.

Brother returns when the party, sans Yuna, reaches Home and pilots the airship to safety. He opposes Cid's plan to destroy Home but is forced to comply, and leads the surviving Al Bhed in a prayer for their former sanctuary. During the final fight with Sin, Brother begins to use a little English.

Final Fantasy X-2

Brother plays a bigger role in Final Fantasy X-2 than he did in its predecessor. Sometime after the start of the Eternal Calm, Cid and Brother had a falling out. He and Buddy traveled to Spira's north, where they found the Celsius after being led to it by a gull. Freezing and without any food, Buddy and Brother ate the gull to survive, and in its honor they named their group the Gullwings.

Brother is the leader of the Gullwings which he formed with Rikku and his friend Buddy. His attempts to lead the group and maintain order are comical, especially when he is up against the combined force of YRP. Throughout the game, he speaks in broken English, which he has been learning in order to communicate with Yuna. In keeping with the traditional Japanese perception of cousins, Brother's crush on Yuna is not halted by his blood relation to her, much to the protest of many fans. A one point, Brother reveals the depth of his affection to Barkeep: having watched her grow as a person during the time they'd shared, he came to love the Yuna with her back to him, "looking ahead into the distance." He is also hit repeatedly by varying characters (mostly Rikku and Buddy) for some of his comments made towards and/or about Yuna.

If you go through several missions where you have contact with Cid, he will come aboard the Celsius and attempt to make peace with his "wayward" children, but will only end up causing an argument, after which all three of them will contemplate their futures.

Other Appearances

In Final Fantasy X-2 International + Last Mission, he's a playable character along with Buddy and others.


Final Fantasy X

Brother is the best "free-agent" blitz player available for you to hire in the early and mid-game. He boasts very good starting PA, SH, and BL stats, and is one of the fastest swimmers in Spira. His stats allow him to dominate the sphere pool until blitzball reaches its later stages, as such, he is a handy addition to the Aurochs, especially early on in your Blitzball career. Brother's best position is MF, as it allows him to take advantage of all of his stats.

Airship - Bridge
Key Techniques
Wither Tackle 2
Nap Tackle
Sphere Shot


LV 1 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 60 70 80 90 99
HP 105 265 500 775 1,090 1,445 1,840 2,275 2,750 3,265 3,820 5,050 6,440 7,990 9,700 9,999
SP 75 75 75 76 76 77 78 79 80 81 83 85 89 92 96 99
EN 8 11 15 18 21 25 28 31 34 36 39 44 49 53 56 59
AT 6 7 9 10 12 14 16 18 21 23 25 30 36 42 48 54
PA 14 17 20 23 26 29 31 33 35 37 39 41 43 44 44 44
BL 13 18 21 23 26 28 29 31 32 34 35 37 40 42 44 45
SH 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 22 23 24 26 29 32 35 39 42
CA 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 3 4 5 6 8 10 13 17 20

Final Fantasy X-2

In Final Fantasy X-2, Brother is a starting player for the Gullwings Blitzball Team alongside the YRP.


LV Start Max
SP 40 40
EN 4 42
AT 2 12
PA 2 43
BL 4 21
SH 1 51
CA 1 10
RNG 36 115
REC 40 200
RCH 60 60

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Up to date as of February 07, 2010
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From Lostpedia

Brother Campbell
Brother Campbell
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Eddington, Scotland, UK
In Australia...
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Desmond's supervisor at the monastery

S1 - S2 - S3 - MP - S4 - S5 - S6


Brother Campbell is the leader of the Eddington Monastery in Scotland. Campbell offered work for a distraught Desmond (who briefly attended this monastery in "Catch-22"). However, one night Campbell discovered Desmond drunk on the wine the monastery makes and as a result, he fired him. He gave Desmond one last job -- to load wine into Penny's car, introducing them to each other.

Interestingly, Campbell's desk has a framed photograph of himself with Daniel Faraday's mother, Eloise Hawking outside the monastery.


  • Campbell is of Scottish and Gaelic origin, and its meaning is "crooked mouth". Name of a famous Scottish Highland clan, referring to the facial feature.
  • His name may be a reference to Joseph Campbell, the scholar and mythological researcher.
  • His name may also be a reference to the important science fiction writer John Wood Campbell, Jr.
  • His name may be an allusion to George Campbell [1], rhetorician and philosopher, whose work was initially influenced by David Hume. From Wikipedia: Cambell's first major publication, A Dissertation in Miracles (1762), was directed against David Hume's attack on miracles in An Enquiry concerning Human Understanding. Campbell was influenced by Hume, but took particular issue with his philosophical strictures.

Unanswered questions

  • What is his full name?
  • What is his relationship to Ms. Hawking?
Brother Campbell with Ms Hawking

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