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McSquizzy

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Background information
Films: Open Season
Open Season 2
Open Season 3
Open Season: Scared Silly
Species: Eastern gray squirrel
Shorts: None
Games: Open Season: The Game
Open Season 2: The Game
Open Season 3: The Game
Voice: Billy Connolly (Open Season, Open Season 2)
André Sogliuzzo (Open Season 3)
Lee Tockar (Open Season: Scared Silly)
Michael Gough (Open Season: The Game, Open Season 2: The Game, Open Season 3: The Game)
Other information
Gender: Male
Alias: The Squizzmeister (sometimes by Elliot in Open Season 2)
Friends: Boog
Elliot
Ursa
Buddy
Mr. Weenie
Ian
Reilly
Serge
Deni
Giselle
Gisela
Giselita
Elvis
Furry Tail Clan
Quote: "OY!"
Fate: Protects the Timberline National Forest with his best friends and rides on Mr. Weenie (Open Season)
Goes to Elliot and Giselle's wedding (Open Season 2)
Goes on the guys' trip (Open Season 3)


"Ready! Fire!"
―McSquizzy commanding the Furry Tail Clan to attack[src]

McSquizzy is a character in the Open Season franchise. He is one of Boog's best friends and the Furry Tail Clan's leader.

Biography

Beginnings

Nothing is known about McSquizzy's past.

In Open Season

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In Open Season 2

Mcquizzy dog

McSquizzy disguised as a pug

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In Open Season 3

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In Open Season: Scared Silly

Coming soon!

Personality

McSquizzy is usually grumpy, short-tempered, bitter, territorial, irritable, and selfish. However, he is shown by using his anger off at others that are greatly bothered by him, making him not all bad.

He has somewhat of a dislike for Elliot due to his idiotic, confused personality. However, he doesn't completely hate him as he has assisted him on missions.

Appearance

McSquizzy is an Eastern gray squirrel. He has dark brown eyes.

Quotes

Coming soon!

Trivia

  • McSquizzy is based on Maurice and Mort from the Madagascar franchise.
  • Once, he was confused to be a red squirrel.
  • In Open Season 3, André Sogliuzzo disguised his voice as Billy Connolly since Connolly did not reprise his role. Fans of the film had praised Sogliuzzo for his impression of Connolly.

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