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'''Ron Whitey''' (more commonly known as '''Judge Whitey''') is a male [[Humans|Human]] who is an arbiter of justice, and probably originates from [[New New York]], [[United States of America|USA]], [[Earth]]. He believes that people are never too rich to enjoy a free turkey dog.
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'''Ron Whitey''' (more commonly known as '''Judge Whitey''') is a male [[Humans|Human]] who is an arbiter of justice. He believes that people are never too rich to enjoy a free turkey dog. {{er|4ACV16}}
  
 
== Personality ==
 
== Personality ==
A parodic archetype of the worldview, values, and mannerisms of a "country-club {{w|White Anglo-Saxon Protestant|WASP}}", he is very rich and seems to lack morals. Whitey is preoccupied with money and wealth, but does not know what a bank is until his caddy's chauffeur informs him that "a bank is a place where people put money that isn't properly invested". Judge Whitey is also the reason that the Institute for Criminally Insane Humans is full, and is reminded this by a baliff, who says "that facility has been full ever since you declared that being poor was a mental illness".
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A parodic archetype of the worldview, values, and mannerisms of a "country-club {{w|White Anglo-Saxon Protestant|WASP}}", he is very rich and seems to lack morals. Whitey is preoccupied with [[currency|money]] and wealth, but does not know what a {{cat|bank}} is until his caddy's chauffeur informs him that "a bank is a place where people put money that isn't properly invested". Judge Whitey is also the reason that the Institute for Criminally Insane Humans is full, and is reminded this by a baliff, who says "that facility has been full ever since you declared that being poor was a mental illness".
  
 
== Biography ==
 
== Biography ==
Ron Whitey sentenced [[New New York v. Santa Bender|Santa Bender to be executed at sundown]] {{et|3ACV03}} and [[New New York v. Fry and Bender|Fry and Bender to asylum]] {{et|3ACV11}}, divorced [[Philip J. Fry|Fry]] and [[Turanga Leela|Leela]] {{et|3ACV14}}, attended [[Leela: Orphan of the Stars|Fry's opera]] {{et|4ACV18}}, ironically, was seen as a homeless man due to the actions of the [[Scammer Aliens]] ([[Bender's Big Score|BBS]]), was run over by [[Calculon]], sentencing [[Whitey v. Calculon|him to community service]] ([[The Beast with a Billion Backs|TBWABB]]), attended the [[100th Delivery Party]] {{et|6ACV12}}, and served as the judge in the case [[Mom v. Farnsworth]]. ([[6ACV25]])
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Ron Whitey sentenced Santa {{Bender}} [[New New York v. Santa Bender|to be executed at sundown]] {{er|3ACV03}} and {{Fry}} and Bender [[New New York v. Fry and Bender|to asylum]], {{er|3ACV11}} divorced Fry and {{Leela}}, {{er|3ACV14}} attended [[Leela: Orphan of the Stars|Fry's opera]], {{er|4ACV18}} ironically, was seen as a homeless man due to the actions of the [[Scammer Aliens]], {{er|BBS}} was run over by [[Calculon]], sentencing [[Whitey v. Calculon|him to community service]], {{er|TBwaBB}} attended the [[100th-delivery party]], {{er|6ACV12}} and served as the judge in the case [[Mom v. Farnsworth]]. {{er|6ACV25}}
  
 
== Additional info ==
 
== Additional info ==
 
=== Trivia ===  
 
=== Trivia ===  
*He is one of the few characters who are drawn with eyebrows.
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*Judge Whitey is one of the few characters who are drawn with eyebrows.
 
*As evidenced by his name, Whitey was created to lampoon stereotypes about rich white people.
 
*As evidenced by his name, Whitey was created to lampoon stereotypes about rich white people.
  
 
=== Quotes ===  
 
=== Quotes ===  
 
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<poem>'''Whitey''': The charge is bank robbery. Now, my caddie's chauffeur informs me that a bank is a place where people put money that isn't properly invested. Therefore, robbing a bank is tantamount to that most heinous of crimes, theft of money.</poem>
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<poem>'''Ron Whitey''': The charge is bank robbery. Now, my caddie's chauffeur informs me that a bank is a place where people put money that isn't properly invested. Therefore, robbing a bank is tantamount to that most heinous of crimes, theft of money. {{er|3ACV11}}</poem>
<poem>'''Fry''': I refuse to testify on the grounds that my organs will be chopped up into a patty.
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<poem>'''Fry''': I refuse to testify on the grounds that my organs will be chopped up into a patty. {{er|3ACV11}}
'''Whitey''': Ah, the 67th Amendment.</poem>
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'''Ron Whitey''': Ah, the 67th {{w|list of amendments to the United States Constitution|Amendment}}.</poem>
<poem>'''Whitey''': Counselor, what evidence do you offer to support this new plea of insanity?
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<poem>'''Ron Whitey''': Counselor, what evidence do you offer to support this new plea of insanity? {{er|3ACV11}}
 
'''Hyper-Chicken''': Well, for one, they done hired me to represent them.
 
'''Hyper-Chicken''': Well, for one, they done hired me to represent them.
'''Whitey''': ''[He bangs his gavel.]'' Insanity plea is accepted.</poem>
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''[Judge Whitey bangs his gavel.]''
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'''Ron Whitey''': Insanity plea is accepted.</poem>
 
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Revision as of 17:39, 3 November 2013

Secondary character
Ron Whitey
Ron Whitey.jpg
SpeciesHuman
Planet of originProbably Earth, United States, New New York
ProfessionJudge
RelativesKitty, wife
First appearance"A Tale of Two Santas" (3ACV03)
Episode
Voiced byBilly West

Ron Whitey (more commonly known as Judge Whitey) is a male Human who is an arbiter of justice. He believes that people are never too rich to enjoy a free turkey dog. [4ACV16]

Personality

A parodic archetype of the worldview, values, and mannerisms of a "country-club WASP", he is very rich and seems to lack morals. Whitey is preoccupied with money and wealth, but does not know what a bank is until his caddy's chauffeur informs him that "a bank is a place where people put money that isn't properly invested". Judge Whitey is also the reason that the Institute for Criminally Insane Humans is full, and is reminded this by a baliff, who says "that facility has been full ever since you declared that being poor was a mental illness".

Biography

Ron Whitey sentenced Santa Bender to be executed at sundown [3ACV03] and Fry and Bender to asylum, [3ACV11] divorced Fry and Leela, [3ACV14] attended Fry's opera, [4ACV18] ironically, was seen as a homeless man due to the actions of the Scammer Aliens, [BBS] was run over by Calculon, sentencing him to community service, [TBwaBB] attended the 100th-delivery party, [6ACV12] and served as the judge in the case Mom v. Farnsworth. [6ACV25]

Additional info

Trivia

  • Judge Whitey is one of the few characters who are drawn with eyebrows.
  • As evidenced by his name, Whitey was created to lampoon stereotypes about rich white people.

Quotes

    Ron Whitey: The charge is bank robbery. Now, my caddie's chauffeur informs me that a bank is a place where people put money that isn't properly invested. Therefore, robbing a bank is tantamount to that most heinous of crimes, theft of money. [3ACV11]

    Fry: I refuse to testify on the grounds that my organs will be chopped up into a patty. [3ACV11]
    Ron Whitey: Ah, the 67th Amendment.

    Ron Whitey: Counselor, what evidence do you offer to support this new plea of insanity? [3ACV11]
    Hyper-Chicken: Well, for one, they done hired me to represent them.
    [Judge Whitey bangs his gavel.]
    Ron Whitey: Insanity plea is accepted.

Appearances