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Tino Tonitini[3] is the de facto lead character of The Weekenders. He frequently begins each episode by breaking the fourth wall, introducing himself, and describing the situation at hand. As conflict develops during the episode, he usually asks his mother for advice. Of the four main characters, Tino is considered by his friends to be the most neurotic and weird, making his behavior the butt of many jokes. He has an irrational fear of clowns, but is able to develop a certain degree of tolerance towards them. He is also an amateur conspiracy theorist and makes obscure references to things that are bizarre, such as bats being able to breathe underwater. Though he often does things that are considered dorky, such as playing air guitar or laughing maniacally, he has the capacity for intelligent wit and will make remarks that are subtly sarcastic. Tino usually wraps up the episode by stopping after his friends have walked off, turning the camera, and stating the moral of the story. His trademark catchphrase, often delivered as his last line bidding farewell, is "Later days!" Sometimes the other three kids are featured in his place.

Appearance and Personality

Physical Appearance

Tino is 12 years of age of average height and build for his age, slender, with short blonde hair and slightly tanned skin. As seen and mentioned in "Secret Admirer," Tino's head resembles a pumpkin, so Carver sometimes calls Tino "pumpkin pie," much to his annoyance.


Tino is very sarcastic, slightly paranoid on a variety of subjects, witty, and sometimes immature. He gets through his days and situations by cutting smart, sarcastic and witty remarks whenever annoyed, insulted, or offended. When threatened, he can appear to be a bit of a coward and try to back out of something, but despite his neurotic and flighty personality, he has proven on many occasions to be resourceful, and brave. He gets annoyed easily and will often push people into doing things with a lot of pressure. Tino is generally the most tolerant, patient and accepting of his friends, although he does have a slight peeve for the stereotypical nerd. On the whole, he is well-rounded, open-minded and more than willing to accompany or help is friends through their many hardships and adventures.

Hobbies and Interests

Tino has a high degree of interest in comic books, his favorite being the fictional Captain Dreadnaught series of which he possesses almost every edition ever published. When not with his friends, he can usually be found in his room reading a Captain Dreadnought comic book or listening to music by his favorite band, Chum Bukkit.

Tino is known for being the neurotic and paranoid member of the group, having irrational fears of a variety of things, including clowns, danger, sports, insects, injuries, accidents and more. However, Tino has managed to face his fears on several occasions, proving to others that he is not easily discouraged, although easily frightened. For example, he once successfully endures clown camp, courtesy of his friends, in order for him to "increase his tolerance" of clowns.


  • Standard Outfit - a short sleeved blue t-shirt with a navy blue stripe, light colored pants, blue shoes.
  • - A short sleeved red t-shirt, blue jeans, blue shoes.
  • - A short sleeved lime green t-shirt with a diamond emblem in the center, blue athletic shorts, blue shoes.
  • - A short sleeved navy blue t-shirt, denim shorts, flip-flops. Tino would wear these flip flops indoors as well.
  • - A long sleeved shirt with white and blue stripes, blue athletic shorts, blue shoes.
  • - A short sleeved blue button down shirt, khaki shorts, blue shoes.
  • - A short sleeved blue t-shirt with red sleeves and a T on the front worn over a long sleeved white shirt, blue jeans, blue shoes.
  • - Blue striped pajamas for when he goes to sleep.




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The Weekenders | The Weekenders Theme Song


Tino Tonitini | Lor McQuarrie | Carver Descartes | Tish Katsufrakis | Mr. Tonitini | Mrs. Tonitini | Kirk McQuarrie | Penny Descartes | Todd Descartes | Mr. Katsufrakis | Mrs. Katsufrakis | Gloria Duwong | Dixon Payne | Moira Payne | Chloe Montez | Thompson Overman | Candi Brunschwegger | Christie Wilson | Pru | Laird Lambert | Cool Kids | Josh | Ruby | Marie | Tripp Nickerson | Murph | Nona | Rhett | Nail | Bebe Cahill | Dot Cardigan | Marjoram | Tasha | Oliver | Chum Bukkit | Captain Dreadnought


Season One: "Crush Test Dummies / Grow Up" | "Shoes of Destiny / Sense and Sensitivity" | "The Perfect Weekend / Throwing Carver" | "Home@work / To Be or Not to Be" | "Sitters / Band" | "Makeover / The New Girl" | "Party Planning / Pudding Ball" | "Dead Ringer / Carver the Terrible"
Season Two: "Radio Drama / The Tradition" | "To Each His Own / Diary" | "The Invited / Real Fake" | "Super Kids / Crevasse of Dreams" | "Dixon" | "Taking Sides / To Tish" | "Tickets / Vengeance" | "Murph / Uncool World" | "My Punky Valentine / Brain Envy" | "Tish's Hair / I Want to Be Alone!" | "Baskets for Bucks / Pru" | "Talent Show / Relative Boredom" | "New Friends / The Awful Weekend"
Season Three: "Crushin' Roulette / Lucky Shoes" | "Cry / The Perfect Son" | "Listen Up / Never Say Diorama" | "Secret Admirer / The Lone Wolves Club" | "The Most Dangerous Weekend / Charity Case" | "Best / Broken" | "Father's Day / Follow the Leader" | "Careers / Tutor" | "The Tao of Bluke / An Experimental Weekend" | "Celebrity" | "Clown / Testing Dixon" | "Croquembouche / Imperfection" | "The Worst Holiday Ever"
Season Four: "Nevermore" | "Brain Dead / Lor's Will" | "Radio Free Carver / Dinner Party" | "Laundry Day / Penny McQuarrie" | "Tino's Dad"

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