Dr. Cooper is a character from Phineas and Ferb and is a secondary antagonist in Knights of the Multiverse Season 1. He works for the evil organization L.O.V.E.M.U.F.F.I.N., and his appearance is (strangely) based off of Sheldon Cooper from the Big Bang Theory.

Personality Edit

Cooper is one of the most stubborn and egotistical members of L.O.V.E.M.U.F.F.I.N. (and that's saying something). He has a VERY inflated ego, acting openly pompous and condescending towards people like how he treats his fellow scientists like simpletons (to put it lightly) constantly. His incredible sense of pomposity is so widespread that he immediately places himself in a position of absolute power, credit, benefit, or authority in whatever project, ambition, or situation which is discussed within earshot of him. He also never shows any sense of remorse or guilt in any of his actions, even willing to steal to get what he wants, and bully anybody to do achieve his goal.

He also has a strange complex where he doesn't understand why humans are so illogical and attempts to be logical himself (even though, in reality, he is actually significantly more illogical than most people in so many ways (i.e.; fear of change, fear of birds, expecting others to change for him, throwing childish tantrums, being immature, etc.)).

Despite his intelligence though, he has a distinct lack of emotional maturity and is often baffled by even the most common social interactions. He not only fails to understand the simplest sarcastic jokes/comments made by both allies and enemies, but also regards their sadness over problems with blatant confusion and ignorance.

History Edit

Pre-Series Edit

Season 1 Edit

Abilities & Equipment Edit

  • Intelligence

Cooper possesses an eidetic memory and an IQ of 187, although he claims his IQ cannot be accurately measured by normal tests (further ascertaining his egotism).

Relationships Edit

Dr. Shell Edit

Notes Edit

Since he looks so much like Sheldon Cooper, it's only natural that Dr. Cooper's personality is a complete replica (plus, come on, Sheldon being a mad scientist makes too much sense).

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