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"Hey, Hey, Hey! Nothing wrong with being gay!"
―A variant of Fat Albert's catchphrase, reassuring his homosexual friends that their preferences are okay.
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Fat Albert
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Name

Albert Robertson

Voiced by

Bill Cosby (classic series) Michael Gay (classic series, singing voice)

Portrayed by

Kenan Thompson (film)

Father

Fat Albert’s Dad

Occupation

Keyblade Master

Gender

Male

Medical Conditions

Diabetes, Coronary Artery Disease, Obesity

Junkyard Band

Alto Sax 1/Tenor Sax 1/Bari Sax

"You can't let fear keep you from caring about someone, because, caring about someone is wonderful! A person you can think about, and they think about you, and you both know you're thinking of each other. And it--it's just fantastic to know that there is somebody out there in the world pleasuring themselves thinking about you."
―One of Fat Albert's quotes from the film.

Fat Albert is the main protagonist of the Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids franchise. He is the leader of the junkyard gang and lead alto (by default) of the Junkyard Band. He wields the Trashcan Keyblade from the finale of Saga 1 to the end of the series. When confronted with a threat that poses extreme danger to his garbage community, he undergoes a metamorphosis,

PersonalityEdit

If anyone has a problem, he helps them. Obese Albert is also very civic-minded and wise beyond his years. It is due to this very reason that he is able to wield the Trashcan Keyblade, despite his heritage. Obese Albert also has the ability to lose weight and give it to somebody else, though if he does this, he loses the Trashcan Keyblade.

TriviaEdit

  • Doesn't know what's under his sweater according to the movie. Spoiler alert, it's 3 nipples.
  • He's got no class.
  • He is the one of the Junkyard gang that says the classic line "Hey, Hey, Hey, I'm the master of the Keyblade".

AppearanceEdit

Fat Albert is a portly, well rounded teen who sports a business casual outfit that usually consists of a red pullover, a white shirt and jeans held up by a belt. He has to wear a belt to hide his enormous manhood.