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Wilbur Robinson is the son of Franny and Lewis "Cornelius" Robinson and the This article is about the character Wilbur from Meet the Robinsons. Slender, 13 years old, black mohawk hair, brown eyes, navy T-shirt, blue jeans, white sneakers While looking for the Bowler Hat Guy, Wilbur runs into his future mother. Slender, half bald, brown hair and a few hair strands on his bald spot, thick brown Goob is a pale child with black hair, although he has black eyes due to sleep . Despite his reformation at the end of Meet the Robinsons, Bowler Hat Guy. Meet the Robinsons () Wesley Singerman as Wilbur. Or, what's left of it. Lewis: Yikes. Wilbur: Yeah. Dark day at the Robinson household. .. All thanks to that pointy-haired little kid who forgot to lock the garage door. [Adult Yagoobian .
The Robinson eccentricity, it would seem. All the male Robinsons have this eccentricity. Wilbur lives in the Robinson House with his parents, grandparents, great uncles, great aunts, and older cousins. Wilbur Robinson The Robinson member who wants Lewis to fix his memory scanner. His facial expressions and being able to take down a T-Rex. One of Wilbur's favorites is "That is an excellent question" said directly before not answering said question. He acts confident and level headed despite how hectic his time travel shenanigans get.
Franny does this to him: Lewis makes him promise to bring him to his biological mother after everything has blown over. After everything has been sorted out, Wilbur keeps his promise and brings Lewis to his real mother's house.
Thanks to Character DevelopmentLewis decides to leave it a mystery so he can focus on his other—and in his eyes, true—family. Wilbur should probably be glad Lewis didn't overhear him telling Franny that "he Lewis " is an orphan; his tone is almost too casual and treats something deeply painful for Lewis as a footnote. Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Wilbur has his moments of insensitivity, but he does mean well.
Kid from the Future: He turns out to be Lewis's future son. Wilbur came back from the future to protect his dad from the Bowler Hat Guy.
By the end of the movie, we learn that he also ran into a young Franny but didn't even realize it. Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!
The reason Bowler Hat Guy was even able to steal one of the time machines was because Wilbur left the garage door which is where the two of them were located open. Nobody Here but Us Birds: Wilbur does this, while trying to get Lewis to not give up on the memory scanner, resulting in Lewis' annoyance. Wilbur does this with Carl, showing how he will get Lewis to restore his confidence in inventing, specifically repair the memory scanner, by getting Lewis to fix the time machine.
Raven Hair, Ivory Skin: Like mother, like son.
Wesley Singerman: Wilbur
A light complexion with black hair. Near the end of the film. He turns out to be Lewis's son, and since Lewis gave the Bowler Hat Guy the directions he needed to work the time machine, reality was altered. Lewis never met Franny and so Wilbur was never born. Don't worry, he gets better. Part of said plan is to give Lewis one of these, so he will fix the memory scanner. Initially pretends to be one of these to help Lewis stay alert for the Bowler Hat Guy. What the Hell, Hero?
Wilbur gets one from his entire extended family when he reveals his friend's Lewis. Franny Robinson Voiced by: She teaches frogs music.
Franny does martial arts during food fights and attacks a Tyrannosaurus rex to protect Lewis. All of the Other Reindeer: When Lewis meets Franny as kids, she makes a comment that people would call her crazy for thinking she can teach frogs to sing.
Because You Were Nice to Me: The probable reason why Franny took such a liking to Lewis aka Cornelius in the first place is because he believed in her dream to teach frogs to sing, when others didn't. She was able to teach frogs to sing for God's sake! She and Lewis met each other when they were still kids, at the science fair.
Wilbur walks into young! Franny near the beginning of the film, and apparently never figures out who she is. Friend to All Living Things: Judging by her ambition to teach amphibians to not only speak, but sing as well. Who turns out to be the older Lewis. Annoying little girl, I don't have time for this.
I'm on a very important — Franny: Don't sass me, boy! Like Parent, Like Spouse: For her future husband, Lewis. Word of God stated that Franny's body model was used for Lewis's mother as well. As a child, Franny is able to push around Wilbur, who is much taller and older than she is.Meet the Family - Raven’s Home - Disney Channel
As previously mentioned, she attacked a T-Rex when it tried to grab Lewis. Franny is feisty, sweet, and was willing to adopt Lewis the first day she met him. She doesn't because he turns out to be the younger self of her future husband. Black hair and a light complexion. Wears a red bowtie in her head and red heels, she's also one of the good guys. Implied to be this with Gaston. Single Woman Seeks Good Man: When Lewis and Franny first meet at the science fair, Franny gets lovestruck gaze after her future husband tells her he believes in her dream of teaching frogs to sing.
An expert in karate and would rather teach frogs to sing then play with dolls. Cornelius Robinson Click here to see Cornelius Voiced by: He is in charge of Robinson Industries.
Of Robinson Industries, the leading scientific company in the world.
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A brilliant scientist who was responsible for the inventions that led to the good future. He met his future wife, Franny, when they were both kids and at the science fair.
He's this with inventing stuff. His motto isn't "Keep Moving Forward" for nothing. A major plot point, in fact. He kept the same spiky hairstyle he had in his youth when he went by Lewis. This is the reason Wilbur kept Present!
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Lewis' hair covered with a hat. He has shades of this with his wife. After all, she is always right. He's pretty darn good looking, even with wearing a labcoat and his necktie. In reality, Cornelius bares no resemblance to his voice actor. Thanks to the memory scanner, he was able to show what he could do, even owning his own company and building the inventions in them.
Though having a scientist for an adopted mom probably helped matters. Harland Williams The robot butler and honorary member of the Robinson family. Towards the end of the movie, Doris kills Carl by impaling him with her arm weapon.
Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: By Doris, when Carl and Wilbur go to rescue Lewis. Carl is a shiny, golden robot. Carl has shown to be consistently polite and helpful. He is the least strange member of the household Pick Your Human Half: Carl is completely robot in appearance and has the character traits of a human. To the Robinsons, but especially Wilbur.
He is considered part of the family, even he's not blood related, and is treated like a Robinson. He works for the Robinsons and doesn't hide his snarky side. Stephen Anderson Grandma Lucille Voiced by: Lauri Metcalf Uncle Art Voiced by: Adam West Uncle Gaston Voiced by: Don Hall Cousin Tallulah Voiced by: Ethan Sandler Cousin Laszlo Voiced by: Ethan Sandler Uncle Joe Voiced by: Unknown Aunt Billie Voiced by: Ethan Sandler Lefty Voiced by: Nathan Greno The rest of the unique family.
When the T-Rex attacks Lewis, Billie slams its with her lifesize "toy train. When Lewis first meets Grandpa Bud, he is hunting for his false teeth, in quintessential Robinson style. Petunia, her "daughter" Tallulah, and her "son" Laszlo. They show their fiery nature when Petunia's children were arguing while painting the house. A few minutes later, Petunia slaps her husband. Aunt Petunia berates and smacks him around Uncle Art most of the time, Uncle Gaston when food-fighting with Franny.
You don't understand what's at stake here; Uncle Joe's seen the toast! Once the orphanage shut down, as time progressed and as he grew uphis resentment of Lewis grew. As a result of shutting himself from the world for three decades, Goob never properly matured as an adult as his anger caused a stunted mental development. His childlike attitude suggests that he dropped education after finishing middle school, given that he lacked knowledge and common sense for many things in life as a side-effect of his self-destructive obsession of destroying Lewis.
He has displayed extremely childish mannerisms, such as running on the table in the meeting room of Inventco. He also has a habit of committing childish mischief as evil deeds in his terms which greatly crippled his attempts for revenge before meeting DOR and even during his partnership with her. It took many of his misdeeds to fully wake him back to his senses when Doris takes over the future and betrayed him to his death which was erased by Lewis later.
Ultimately, Goob represents a side of Lewis that refuses to let go of past failures in life, as evident in his behavior and outdated outfit. He serves as a parallel to Lewis, as the genius boy would not have given up his intention to find his biological mother had Wilbur Robinson not intervened. Physical appearance Goob is a pale child with black hair, although he has black eyes due to sleep deprivation. He wore a green baseball uniform with white pants, a jacket, and cap. As an adult, he is a tall, skinny man often seen wearing a bowler hat and suit.
He is commonly dressed in black as an adult, but underneath the suit, he still wears the same baseball uniform from when he was a child. Role in the film Goob as a young boy. Michael Yagoobian is Lewis's roommate and is kept up all night by Lewis working on his memory scanner.
As a member of the local Little League team, the Dinos, Goob never really takes an interest in his roommate's inventing. The last game of the season occurs on the same day as the Science Fair. During the 9th inning, he falls asleep and misses the winning catch. The players beat him up and he never lets it go. No one wants to adopt him since he is so angry.
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He also believes that everyone hates him, despite a few that are willing to become a friend, he is too angry to notice. Eventually, the orphanage is closed down and he is left behind. He spends the next 30 years in the orphanage, never changing out of his baseball uniform and listening over the radio tormenting himself listening to Lewis's successes. He finally decides that his current situation is Lewis' fault, reasoning that if Lewis did not work on his project keeping him up all night, he would've caught the ball and could've been adopted.
He threw eggs and toilet-papers Robinson Industries as a pathetic attempt at revenge. She says that she is capable of more things, but Cornelius did not see her as anything else she was capable of doing.
Realizing his simple plan was inferior to what Doris had in mind, Goob added in the sabotage of the Science Fair to the hat's scheme. The two joined forces, and Goob took on the identity of Bowler Hat Guy. He ruins the science fair where Lewis is presenting his memory scanner, then steals the device and takes it to Inventco. Since he doesn't know anything about the scanner, he is thrown out, and at Doris' suggestion, they start to track Lewis for help.
Checking at the orphanage, Goob runs into his past self, who had just returned after being beaten up by his baseball team. After being reminded that Lewis likes to hang out on the roof, future Goob decides to go up there, but not before telling his past self to nurture his hatred and resentment for Lewis.
Upon discovering that Wilbur had followed them to the past, and was now gone, they return to the future and land invisible in the Robinsons' lawn.