The 16 Worst TMNT Villains That Nobody Cared About

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Vote up the most laughably dumb Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles villains.

Sure, we all love the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, especially the '80s cartoon series. For ten seasons and 193 episodes, we sat in front of our TV sets and sung along with one of the catchiest cartoon themes of all time. But let's be honest, there were a lot of silly villains from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. In fact, many were outright uncreative or just plain stupid.

For every Shredder, Krang, and Rat King, there was a Globfather, Captain Filch, or Grybyx. Even though the show was admittedly campy, there were several dumb Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles villains that surpassed the cheesy threshold. Check out this list of some of the worst villains on Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

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  • 1
    144 VOTES

    Fripp The Polarisoid

    There is no bigger threat to ninjustu-trained teens than a dopey alien visiting Earth on vacation. Granted his camera transports the subject of his photographs into another dimension, but still... gah, he's so dumb.

    144 votes
  • 2
    108 VOTES

    Percival Pifflecoot

    A villain with a Long Island accent who looks like a snooty British gentleman in Egyptian cosplay is somehow doing too much and too little at the same time.

    108 votes
  • 3
    118 VOTES

    Mr. Ogg

    The writers just gave the TMNT their own Mr. Mxyzptlk, but had him drawn to look like a Mr. Spock goblin.

    118 votes
  • 4
    105 VOTES

    Mad Dog McMutt

    A mob boss that resembles a bulldog and eats doggie treats. If you were going to go that far with the concept, why not make him a mutant like all the others?

    105 votes
  • 5
    102 VOTES

    The Badd Family

    A family of thieving hillbillies that stole the Turtle Van from Donatello. Remember, Donnie is supposed to be the smart one.

    102 votes
  • 6
    116 VOTES

    Babyface "The Beaver" Cleaver

    "See, he's a mob boss like Babyface Nelson, but also references an old '50s TV show! Get it? Huh?...I'm fired, aren't I?"

    116 votes