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Carlos

Carlos was a character in the holodeck program Crusher 54. He was a dark haired human who sported a moustache and was one the patrons of Bridge Club disco, the 1975 Brooklyn setting of the program.

He had something of a reputation, known for having two left feet and being something of a grabber. When Deanna Troi spent some time with Beverly Crusher using the program Beverly warned her to avoid Carlos. (TNG comic: "Captain's Pleasure")


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DC Comics

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Muppet

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

From Muppet Wiki

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Carlos is a Hispanic friend of Betty Lou, as seen in a 1980 Sesame Street sketch. Carlos offers to teach Betty Lou some Spanish words, and the pair duet on the song "Amigo." For Plaza Sesamo, the lyrics are reversed, so the song becomes "My Friend," with Carlos teaching a monolingual Betty Lou some English words.


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Fallout

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Carlos
Biography
race: Human, Hispanic
affiliation: None
role: Beggar
location: outside Rivet City
Gameplay
appearances: Fallout 3
quests: Water Beggars
Statistics
karma: Neutral
SPECIAL: 6 ST, 5 PE, 4 EN, 4 CH, 4 IN, 6 AG, 4 LK
Technical
base id: 000C6E95
ref id: 000C6E96

Carlos is a homeless man sitting across the bridge from Rivet City in the year 2277.

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Interactions with the player character

Main article: Water Beggars

He is asking for Purified Water. If the PC decides to give him purified water, they will gain +50 Karma. If you refuse to give Carlos any water, you will later find his dead body at the same location he was.

  • Carlos cannot be mezzed.

Inventory

Apparel Weapon Other item On death
Wasteland Settler Outfit - - -

Notes

  • Carlos may die regardless of whether the PC gives him water or not. After death, his corpse may eventually disappear.
  • If Carlos is killed from the highest point of Rivet City with the guard present he will not attack and no Rivet City resident will be hostile and the guard will say "Good Riddance"

Appearances

Carlos only appears in Fallout 3.

Bugs

  • If you find the bridge to Rivet City extended before you speak to the intercom and you scare Carlos to run across the bridge, then speak to the intrcom and the bridge will dissapear. Carlos will fall to his death or fall into the water. The bridge will continue to move across, and the PC can then go into Rivet City.
  • If you save your game while standing next to him, kill him, and load your game, he may appear to be lying the way you killed him but without any limb's missing, but if you talk to him he will return to sitting (confirmed on PS3).
Rivet City

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GTA

Up to date as of February 09, 2010

From Grand Theft Wiki

Carlos is a character who appears as a minor character in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories. Carlos is a member of Los Cabrones who Umberto Robina sends to pick up a package, in a race, from Downtown, Vice City. Carlos can be killed by the player.

GTA Vice City Stories Mission Appearances



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Lostpedia

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From Lostpedia

This is a disambiguation page. A number of articles are associated with the title Carlos.
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Carlos may refer to:


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Tibia

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From TibiaWiki

File:Carlos.gif NPC Carlos
Location: Small island south of Rookgaard.
Occupation: Hungry Nobleman
Notes: Carlos was implemented into the game during the summer update of 2008. Carlos explains how to change your outfit, and how to sell items to NPCs.
Items traded: Sells: Nothing Buys:

Food:
Meat 2 gp

Ham 2 gp
See the entire NPC list.

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Transformers

Up to date as of February 05, 2010
(Redirected to Carlos Lopez article)

From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

Carlos is a human from the Unicron Trilogy continuity family.
Holy frijoles!

Carlos Lopez is a typical kid. He goes to school, he likes to skateboard, he hangs around giant transforming alien robots, fantasizes about holographic dead girls, and happily propagates ethnic stereotypes.

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Fiction

Animated continuity

Armada

Voice Actor: Matt Hill (US), Yukie Maeda (Japan)

One day, Carlos and his best friend Rad went exploring into the caverns deep beneath the local observatory. Inside, they found the curious remains of a clearly artificial construction, seemingly far in advance of human technology. Rad discovered a glowing green pentagonal artifact half buried in the rubble, and against Carlos' advice, his friend was drawn towards the strange object. Touching it, the entire structure began to shake, suddenly springing to life as thousands of computers lit up the walls.

At home, Alexis felt the tremors and used her computer to pinpoint the epicenter of the apparent earthquake as the mountain caverns that Rad and Carlos were exploring. Similarly, the scientists and researchers at the observatory were baffled by the sudden movement of the Earth. As Rad and Carlos made their escape with the artifact, a bright light engulfed the chamber they were in, simultaneously shutting down all electronic equipment in Licoln, as well as emitting three distinctly coloured distress signals beams into the sky.

One beam, green, reached an ancient starship wreck on the dark side of the moon, causing it to fire hundreds of smaller beams of green light at the Earth. The two remaining signal beams, coloured red and purple, continued deep into space until it reached a cold, distant metal world.

Emerging from the cave with Rad, Carlos turned to see a huge glowing purple sphere of pulsating energy floating in mid-air, which soon solidified into a huge robot. This being was Megatron, supreme leader of the evil Decepticons. As he tried to take the object Rad had found, which had now revealed itself to be High Wire, a sought-after Mini-Con, suddenly another massive robot ordered Megatron to stand down. He was Optimus Prime, leader of the heroic Autobots. As the pair grappled, Rad mused that somehow this was all his fault. First Encounter

Carlos just happens to sound just like Ironhide and Beachhead in G.I. Joe: Spy Troops. He is also easily the most annoyingly petulant of the human children that befriend the Autobots.

Energon

Voice Actor: Matt Hill (US), Yukie Maeda (Japan)

In 2020, Carlos was posted on the Earth Federation's space station orbiting Mars. During a surprise attack by Alpha Quintesson's Terrorcons, he uttered the immortal phrase "Holy frijoles", thus proving he isn't a horrible ethnic stereotype.

Later, Hot Shot inquired about the attack, but Carlos was unable to provide any additional information. Cybertron City

Cybertron

Apparently Carlos wants to be the next Ricardo Montalbán.

He's still alive. Yay?


Dreamwave comics continuity

Armada

No, really. HE WANTS TO TELL YOU ABOUT THE TRANSFORMERS.
I want to tell you about the Transformers!

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Energon


Trivia

  • According to the now-defunct TV Tokyo Micron Legend website, Carlos was 12 years old at the start of Armada. The page also stated that he is good at sports, loves rap and skateboarding, and has been friends with Rad since kindergarten.
  • According to the Reader's Digest Transformers Armada Official Guidebook, Carlos was ten years old at the start of Armada. It also specified that he enjoyed hip-hop, and that while he was not a great student, he was an excellent mechanic. Although this particular bit of his character didn't make it into the animated series, it was an important part of his role in the Dreamwave comics.
  • When startled, Carlos yells "Holy frijoles!"

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