Sewernose de Bergerac is an alligator with bushy brown eyebrows and yellow eyes with crazed, two-colored irises (red and green). He is usually clad in a short red and black cape and a purple cap with a green feather. He is often seen with his two favorite hand puppets, Euripedes and Voltaire.
According to Sewernose himself, he was flushed down a toilet when he was still young. He then lived in the sewers just under the theater, where he learned to appreciate the opera and learned from the best actors and singers who performed there. His love for theater greatly shows in his personality. He loves dramatic entrances, vanishes with a puff of smoke and has his very own puppet show. He thinks of himself as being a great actor and dreams about a starring role in an opera. Most of the time, he is "accompanied" by Euripides and Voltaire, both of them having their "own" unique personalities. He seems to have some sort of multiple personality disorder, thinking that Euripides and Voltaire really are alive (a fact which becomes vital to the plot later in his episode).
Role in the Series
Sewernose is the villain in the episode "A Case of Stage Blight". The Rescue Rangers caught sight of him (or rather his puppets) when he tried to put Clarence Dudley, the lead actor, out of action so he could later take over his part. He failed though and the Rangers followed him into the sewers. While investigating, they were caught by Sewernose, who then entertained himself with his puppet show, using the Rangers as marionettes and taped their mouths and left them on his puppet hook but the rangers escaped. Later, he tried to get hold of Clarence Dudley again. Succeeding this time, he put on Clarence's costume and entered the stage, but when both the cast and the audience realized that the star was an alligator, they tried to flee in panic. Outraged by all these "critics", Sewernose threatened to eat them all. He could only be calmed down by Chip and Dale taking over parts in the opera, causing Sewernose to start acting again. He was later flushed back into the sewers.