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Phillipe the Flea is one of the five main acts of B.J. Sweeney's Big Top Circus.
Phillipe the Flea has a gold tooth. He is a green French flea who wears a white shirt and socks with a red belt. He also has two white wristbands around both of his wrists.
History and PersonalityEdit
Phillipe the Flea is a neat freak and perfectionist. He refuses to perform without a new clean tent. He lives with his troupe of fleas underneath a small umbrella. He is somewhat of an entertainer.
In the television series, he is a happy go lucky flea. He acts like a gentleman toward ladies. He speaks with an American accent instead of a French one like in the game. His catchphrase is "Good heavens! What a mess!" He is also eco friendly and loves recycling. Like Rocky from Paw Patrol, he hates getting wet. He is voiced by Billy Crystal in Putt Putt and His Circus Friends and Charlie Finn in Yo Putt Putt.
Phillipe the Flea has a talent of speaking in different accents and is a trained linguist. He also has a talented singing voice and can also play various instruments as a trained musician, such as accordion, bagpipes, guitar and more. He can also translate other languages as an interpreter. During his circus act, he does a mime act. Besides miming, he can also do acrobatic somersaults and loves skateboarding.
- According to Bette Bandwagon, the fleas originally came from a museum.