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|Occupation:||Protecting Margaret's phone|
|Species:||Tent, Bottle, Answering Machine, Tin cans with strings, and Chalk Board|
|Voiced by:|| Rich Fulcher (Answering Machine)|
William Salyers (String and Cans)
|First appearance:||"Butt Dial"|
|Latest appearance:||"I Like You Hi"|
The Answering Machine is black and looks like a normal answering machine, and seems to be the leader of the group. Whenever he speaks, a plastic part of him moves up and down. After hearing Mordecai sing, he reveals that he'd been wishing to start a band and that Mordecai should call him about joining up, but doesn't get the chance to give Mordecai his number. The Answering Machine is unable to comprehend emotion and/or relationships.
Tin Cans With String
The Tin Cans With String uses its white strings that move up and down whenever it talks. Though there is more than one cord, it only has one voice. Like the Answering Machine, it cannot understand emotion.
The Chalkboard appears as a normal, green chalkboard with white chalk. It draws whatever it wants to say. It moves around on wheels.
Smoke Signal Fire
The Smoke Signal Fire appears as a Hopi Indian blanket, who seems obsessed with burning people, due to the inside of him being fire. These were used to send smoke signals by Native Americans.
Message In a Bottle
The Message In A Bottle appears to be a piece of paper in a bottle, and a cork.
- They enjoy Having a Good Time, and try to join a band with Mordecai and Rigby due to it.
- The Answering Machine is shown to have a phone, even though he does not have hands or any source of transportation.