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The squirrel is briefly shown in "The Duke," and is known as one of Jake's enemies because Jake will not publish his letter in his newspaper column "Begs the Question." Whenever this squirrel appears on the screen, it seems that he plays the same quick-tempo song. He has a high-pitched voice. He is seen reading a newspaper article, but becomes angry when he sees that his letter was not answered. He tries to make Jake notice his letter after dropping it, but this fails when Jake just walks over it. At the Grand Meeting of Ooo Royalty, the squirrel, disguised as the turtle chairman of the meeting, plots to kill Jake with the help of Marquis of Nuts, who was trying to kill Finn. Jake claims not to know the squirrel at all, making him even more angry. Although the outcome of the battle was not revealed, Finn and Jake most likely won.
He appeared as a toy in "All the Little People." He returns in "Princess Potluck" where he tries on multiple occasions to hit Jake with an arrow until he succeeds at the end of the episode, again angrily screaming "You son of a bleep-blob!"
In the episode "Normal Man," he appears near the summit of the mountain to attack Jake. Doing so however, Jake has no recollection of who the individual is.
The squirrel is red with a dark red stripe on his tail. He has a little tuft of fur at the top of his head and a larger tuft on the back of his head. He has blue eyes that turn red when he becomes angry. He will also foam at the mouth if he is angered. He also has freckles.
You son of a Bleep-Blop!
—Squirrel's signature insult to Jake
- "The Duke" (debut)
- "All the Little People" (as a toy)
- "Princess Potluck"
- "Water Park Prank" (pictured, credits only)
- "Hot Diggity Doom"
- "The Comet" (cameo)
- "Normal Man"
- He along with The Earl of Lemongrab, Lumpy Space Princess, Tiffany, Ricardio, Magic Man, and Donny were pictured in the credits of "Water Park Prank" as one of those who can't return to Wet Pipes Water Park.
- He seems to have some deep seated psychosis or mental trauma, and may have been attempting to use Jake's advice column as a form of psychological therapy.