|Base of operations|| The Plant |
|Affiliation(s)|| Providence |
Providence Defect Group
|Abilities|| ·Increased intelligence|
·Ability to speak
|Allies||Rex Salazar, Agent Six, Rebecca Holiday, Noah Nixon|
|Enemies||Van Kleiss, Biowulf, Breach, Skalamander, NoFace|
|First appearance||"The Day That Everything Changed"|
|Last appearance||"Endgame, Part 2"|
|Portrayed by:||John DiMaggio|
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Bobo Haha was one of the earliest Providence EVO captures. He is an intelligent chimpanzee who can speak his mind. Despite his darker origins, Bobo has chosen to fight for good in his own gruff way. He is always by Rex Salazar's side and fiercely loyal to the boy who saved him. It is unclear what became of Bobo after the Worldwide Cure.
Little is known about Bobo's past. However, Holiday claimed that before he turned EVO, he was a helper animal trained to entertain and amuse children at a hospital. His owner was supposedly an eccentric philanthropist.
Bobo stated that he has been banned from six different countries for a series of mind-blowing pranks he has pulled on them. These pranks got him captured by Providence numerous times but every time, he was able to escape. The final of these pranks, threatening to "push the button" for caviar in Russia, eventually resulted in his capture by Providence. He later met Rex, a young EVO and future secret weapon of Providence, and Dr. Holiday, future head scientist of Providence. He helped the latter out of a jam and this most likely earned him a job at Providence both as best friend to Rex and gun-toting field agent.
- Main article: History of Bobo Haha (First Season)
- Main article: History of Bobo Haha (Second Season)
- Main article: History of Bobo Haha (Third Season)
Bobo is a fun-loving guy, always up to have a good time and has a particular love for parties and gambling. He especially likes having a good time while fighting enemy EVOs. Bobo's good-hearted fun causes Providence to view him as a bad influence on Rex, since he encourages his rebellious tendencies. He is quick to fire his weapons in battle, preferring not to think about the variables. Despite being close friends with Rex, he shows a general dislike for humans, whom he refers to as "sheep" due to the fact they seem to "blindly follow the crowd".
Aside from his human-level intelligence and the ability to talk, he seems to be a completely normal chimpanzee. He wields a pair of rather large laser pistols in combat, and has a belt with grenades attached to it, but has only used them once.
He is apparently knowledgeable of codes used by Providence, information about locations, and is able to fly a variety of military-grade aircraft as well as use a variety of military-grade weapons (to the point that he once instructed Providence agents on the Broiler). Despite his attitude-problems and gangster personality, Bobo Haha has shown himself to be techno-savvy and intelligent enough to create a fully functional android version of himself to pose as him while on his "Bobo-time". Bobo has also demonstrated the capability of disarming bombs within seconds.
- Main article: Bobo Haha's relationships
- Bobo can cook, but according to him no one appreciates his efforts.
- Bobo is commonly mistaken for a monkey as chimpanzees do not have tails. He even called himself a monkey.
- He has stated that he hates bananas, but has also been seen eating them.
- He hates "mushy stuff"; however, he ironically gets mushy about Rex considering him as family.
- He has a purple tongue.
- He is also camera-shy, as shown when he fainted after going on TV.
- In "Six Minus Six", Six calls him "Hobo Baha".
- He loves listening to heavy metal rock music.
- He apparently likes pizza to the point of ratting Rex out to Agent Six in the episode "The Architect".
- The man who Bobo claims to have worked for before Providence is "a man in a purple hat", much like "the man in a yellow hat" from the Curious George children stories.
- When Rex cured the whole world from EVOs, it is unclear if Bobo was cured or not. He does not speak at the end of the episode, leaving it ambiguous.