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Lucky Piquel
Background information
Feature films
Short films
Television programs Bonkers
Video games Bonkers
Park attractions
Portrayed by
Portrayed by
Voice Jim Cummings
Performance model
Inspiration Eddie Valiant from Who Framed Roger Rabbit
Honors and awards
Character information
Full name Lucky Shirley Piquel
Other names Pickle, Detective Lucky Piquel, Detective Piquel, Agent Piquel
Personality Grumpy, hot-tempered, annoyed, humiliated
Appearance Obese, brown hair, mustachioed, small feet
Occupation Bonkers' boss (formerly)
Hollywood police detective (formerly)
FBI agent
Alignment Good
Goal To get Bonkers out of his hair.
Home Hollywood (formerly)
Washington, D.C.
Relatives Dilandra Piquel (wife), Marilyn Piquel (daughter)
Allies Bonkers, Miranda Wright, Leonard Kanifky, Toots
Enemies Grumbles the Grizzly, The Collector, Mr. Doodles, Lillith DuPrave, Al Vermin
Powers and abilities
Fate Becomes an FBI agent and moves to Washington, D.C..

Lucky Piquel is one of the main characters in Bonkers. He was Bonkers D. Bobcat's original partner in the Los Angeles police department.


With his large build and clumsy demeanor, Lucky Piquel has been depicted as the traditional bumbling police officer. While he can never fully understand Bonkers or any of the Toon partners who have become his allies, he tries hard to help the Toons look up to him, as he has thought of himself as the senior officer in the Toon Division. However, because of his by-the-book beliefs and procedures, the Toony antics from his partners sometimes prove too much for the newly promoted detective lieutenant, and as such, he has a very short temper which has driven him close to insanity numerous times.

Role in the series

Lucky Piquel first appeared in the pilot episode Going Bonkers, where he was a nightly patrolman dreaming of making his mark in the Hollywood Police Department. He'd had his chance (or, at least, he'd thought he'd had his chance) when Bonkers was credited for rescuing Donald Duck from a mugger. In reality, Lucky had made the collar, but Chief Kanifky (who always seemed to mispronounce Lucky's last name as "Pickle") recognized Lucky's large build in the newspaper photo and figured the patrolman had assisted Bonkers in the mugger's capture. As such, Lucky was promoted to the rank of Detective Lieutenant, and senior officer in a newly founded "Toon Division", partnered with Bonkers D. Bobcat and several other Toon objects.

With Bonkers having lost most of his assets upon being let go from the Hollywood Studios, Lucky offered him a place at his house, with the rest of the Piquel family. At first, he was about to change his mind about Bonkers living there (after realizing that Bonkers was a toon actor), but his daughter, Marilyn, and his wife, Dilandra Piquel ("Dyl" for short), both grew to love Bonkers almost instantly.

Several cases would be solved by the Toon Division before Lucky found himself being offered a transfer to Washington, D.C., to work with the FBI. Realizing that this was the big break he was waiting for, he readily accepted, and moved himself and his family to the nation's capital, being accompanied by several of the Toons from his office—including Broderick Radio, Bonker's pet horn Toots, and Fall Apart Rabbit.


  • He is very to similar to Eddie Valiant in the sense that the two both have sidekicks that annoy them and also hates Toons.
  • Munglet the criminal in the Quack Pack episode "Island of the Not-So-Nice" is similar to him.
  • As revealed in "Once In a Blue Toon," his middle name is Shirley, a name he got from his father. He also has a 53' waistline.
  • He once dreamed of being a horror writer in "The Dimming,"
  • He used to hate Christmas in "Miracle at the 34th Precinct," but after getting the new pair of slippers he wanted, he began to like Christmas.
  • He also dreamed of opening his own amusement park, as revealed in "Fall Apart Land."
  • As revealed in "Stressed to Kill," whenever Lucky's stress levels go up, he begins to behave animal-like.
  • He was voiced by Jim Cummings, who also voiced the series' titular character.
  • Also revealed in "Stressed to Kill," bringing the criminal he is assigned to stop is his only most effective way to lower his stress.


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Heroes: Bonkers D. Bobcat | Fall-Apart Rabbit | Leonard Kanifky | Francine Kanifky | Fawn Deer | Skunky Skunk | W.W. Wacky | Ludwig Von Drake | Mad Hatter | March Hare | Toots | Harry Handbag | The Mean Old Wolf | Jitters A. Dog | Slap, Sniffle and Plop | Charlie Pig | Maggie Toon | Alto | Mac the Bass | Pops Clock | Roderick Lizzard | Tuttle Turtle | Tanya Trunk | Tiny | Linda Quipps | Sgt. Frank Grating | Bucky Buzzsaw | Smarts | Grumbles Grizzly | Rita | Broderick the Radio | Police Light | Scribble
The Wrights: Miranda Wright | Shirley Wright | Timmy Wright
The Piquels: Lucky Piquel | Dilandra Piquel | Marilyn Piquel
Villains: The Collector | Mr. Doodles | Ma Parker | Wooly and Bully | Flaps the Elephant | Chick and Stu | Wacky Weasel | Wolf | Baabara | Mikey Muffin | Dr. Blade | Helga | Pitts | Mr. Malone and the Ape | Holio Kalimari | Scatter Squirrel | Katya Legs-go-on-a-lot | Turbo, Banshee and Kapow | Mammoth Mammoth | Crunchy | Lilith DuPrave | Warris and Donald | Hoagie, Knuckles, and Chumps | Toon Pencil | Weather Toons | Mole | Al Vermin | Seymour Sleazebottom and Limo | Wild Man Wyatt | Louse A. Nominous | Squash and Stretch | The Rat | T.J. Finger | Gloomy the Clown | Giggles the Frog | Mr. Blackbenblue | Two-Bits | Mr. Big | Z-Bot
Cameos: Mickey Mouse | Donald Duck | Goofy | Pete | Dumbo | Hyacinth Hippo | Ben Ali Gator | Tyrannosaurus Rex | Chernaborg | Honest John and Gideon | Monstro | Br'er Bear | Lady | Tramp | The Doorknob | Big Bad Wolf | Jasper and Horace | Marsupilami | Darkwing Duck | Shere Khan | Greasy | Ferdinand the Bull


Toontown | Hollywood | Rubber Room Toon Club | Wackytoon Studios


Raw Toonage shorts and compilations: "Petal to the Metal" | "Spatula Party" | "Sheerluck Bonkers" | "Bonkers in Space" | "Draining Cats and Dogs" | "Get Me to the Church on Time" | "Ski Patrol" | "Get Me a Pizza (Hold the Minefield)" | "Dogzapoppin'" | "Trailmix Bonkers" | "Quest for Firewood" | "Gobble Gobble Bonkers" | "The Rubber Room Song" | "O Cartoon! My Cartoon!" | "If" | "Goldijitters and the 3 Bobcats"
Lucky Piquel episodes: "Going Bonkers" | "In the Bag" | "Is Toon Fur Really Warm?" | "The Cheap Sheep Sweep" | "Calling All Cars" | "Hear No Bonkers, See No Bonkers" | "Tune Pig" | "Fall Apart Bomb Squad" | "Out of Sight, Out of Toon" | "Basic Spraining" | "Hamster Houseguest" | "I Oughta Be in Toons" | "Color Me Piquel" | "Once in a Blue Toon" | "In Toons We Trust" | "The Final Review" | "Luna-Toons" | "The Day the Toon Stood Still" | "Fall Apart Land" | "A Wooly Bully" | "Weather or Not" | "Stay Tooned" | "Hand Over the Dough" | "The Dimming" | "Imagine That" | "The Good, the Bad, & the Kanifky" | "Stand-In Dad" | "Never Cry Pig" | "Cereal Surreal" | "Time Wounds All Heels" | "Poltertoon" | "The Greatest Story Never Told" | "Toon with No Name" | "Frame That Toon" | "Seems Like Old Toons" | "Stressed to Kill" | "Get Wacky" | "A Fine Kettle of Toons" | "Comeback Kid" | "Miracle at the 34th Precinct" | "New Partners on the Block"
Miranda Wright episodes: "Love Stuck" | "Witless for the Prosecution" | "The Stork Exchange" | "Toon for a Day" | "Trains, Toons and Toon Trains" | "Of Mice and Menace" | "Tokyo Bonkers" | "Springtime for the Iguana" | "The Toon That Ate Hollywood" | "Dog Day AfterToon" | "Quibbling Rivalry" | "The 29th Page" | "Do Toons Dream of Animated Sheep?" | "Fistful of Anvils" | "What You Read Is What You Get" | "CasaBonkers" | "Cartoon Cornered" | "When the Spirit Moves You" | "Bobcat Fever"


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