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  • Chief Herbert Dumbrowski, also known as The Chief', or simply Herbert by his close associates, is a main character of T.U.F.F. Puppy. In "Internal Affairs", it is revealed that his full name is Herbert Dumbrowski. Whoops! We shouldn't have said his name because that's private. He was once T.U.F.F.'s number one agent during his youth. But as he became the chief, he succumbed to various age-related detriments, including a bionic foot, artificial hip, false teeth, and short-term memory loss. {C Although he is small, he still retains combat skills, as well as super strength for a flea, considering he is able to "judo-flip" criminals as big as gorillas.
  • The Chief 20px|Typ wyścigu|link=|text-bottom 20px|Występowanie|link=|text-bottom 20px|Długość toru|link=|text-bottom 20px|Segmenty|link=|text-bottom 20px|Zakręty|link=|text-bottom 20px|Odblokowywana przez|link=|text-bottom 20px|Inne|link=|text-bottom The Chief – to wyścig typu sprint który występuje w Need for Speed: Underground 2.Odbywa się w Beacon Hill.
  • The Chief of Police is the Chief of the force that H. Boyled originally worked for before becoming freelance. Despite their present conflicts, H. Boyled and the Chief seem to have had a past friendship.
  • Unlike most Fremennik, who tried to survive the God Wars by moving in nomadic tribes, The Chief chose to lend his combat services in exchange for pay. This ultimately led to his service to Zamorak, for whom he fought near the end of his life. Players fight The Chief in the "Barbarism Starts at Home" level of the Saradomin Strikes campaign. The Chief, along with soldiers such as Pazuzu, attempts to combat Saradominist forces west of the River Lum, near what is now the Misthalanian Gunnarsgrunn. It was during this fight that he ultimately met his death.
  • The Chief is the fire chief for the Sesame Street Engine Co., as seen in A Visit to the Sesame Street Firehouse. An affable older gentleman, the Chief takes Big Bird, Grover, and Ernie on a grand tour of their facilities, and explains the special equipment, vehicles, and techniques needed to fight fires.
  • The Chief is the angry and frustrated boss of the Action League in Action League Now!. He yells at the Action League for their mistakes and back-talking. He got a heart transplant from Bill the Lab Guy in the episode "Tears of a Clone". He is voiced by Collin M. McGee in the majority of the episodes, while he was voiced by Victor Hart for the first few episodes.
  • Vernon Haskell tricks Dean into visiting the Chief as a joke. Dean realizes he's been "had", and the Chief says he hasn't been had until he's been had by the Chief. He then asks for Dean's safeword.
  • The Chief is the unnamed head chief of the Pupununu Village. He rules over the village with his two daughters,Jeera and Zaria. Their mother is never mentioned, thus remains unknown to even being alive. He is notable for his long accents on Pupununu, his crown, and his large gut. He is most notable among the villagers for being a beautiful buttar player. Although he does not rule with an iron fist, he is strict, and has a slight habit of banishing villagers (including the "Banisher"). In the Un-aired Pilot, The Chief looked completely different, if he was even the same character.
  • The chief gives orders through radio and is very hot tempered and a workaholic. Once a normal police officer he rose through the ranks and tackled big gangs like the capelli family and years later he then established a new police force called Pursuit Force and has recruited all the Pursuit Force cops since then.
  • The Chief is a tough but good-natured flea who runs T.U.F.F. headquarters. In "Internal Affairs", it's revealed that his real name is Herbert Dumbrowski, he has a bionic foot, and has short term memory loss.
  • The Chief is a supporting character from the animated series, Teamo Supremo. The chief of police, who does not take kindly to Teamo taking the police matters into their own hands. He has a daughter named Patience, and a wife. He was a former US Cold War secret agent named Epsilon. A recurring joke with the chief is when he takes a villain away, he'll make a witty line that ends with jail, prison, etc. (e.g.: "Let's go! You and droid boy have Front row seats.... IN JAIL!!!"). He once tried to operate as a costumed superhero himself in the episode "The Cheif's new groove," using the code-name 'Lawman', but made a hash of it since his 'gadgets' consisted of an umbrella and an eggwhisk.
  • The Chief was a warship created by the Wookiees in the time of the New Republic to aid in the war against the Yuuzhan Vong.
  • The Chief also seems to enjoy playing Dag-Nab-It, a knife throwing game. If the hero is a thief, then he can also challenge The Chief to a game.If the hero should happen to walk in front of The Chief while he is playing, then the hero may be killed by a flying knife. He attended the hero ceremony after the land had been saved.
  • A leader of Action League NOW! He is a crime-fighting hero. He boss everybody around. The boss of the Action League, the Chief is an angry, frustrated man who frequently yells at the Action League for their mistakes and unintended backtalk. His catchphrase is "Blast it!" and "You morons!" He once got a heart transplant from Bill the Lab Guy. He also once successfully awoke from a coma, induced by the Flesh's carelessness, after having had to listen to all of incidents in which the League had injured him during his extended sleep.
  • The Chief is the head of the Washington branch of CONTROL. Not much is known about his personal history or even his full name due to that being top secret classified information. The only part of his name that was revealed, was that his first name was Thaddeus [Episode #8: "The Day Smart Turned Chicken"]. His cover identity is "Harold Clark", head of the "Potomac Greeting Card Company"; a third name is used when KAOS arranges for Smart and the Chief to be called back to active military duty, the Chief's cover name then was "Johndoe" (John Doe) [Episode #98: "Temporarily Out of CONTROL".].
  • The Chief was the given name of a Fremennik mercenary active during the God Wars. The Chief appears only in the FunOrb strategy game Armies of Gielinor. Unlike most Fremennik, who tried to survive the God Wars by moving in nomadic tribes, The Chief chose to lend his combat services in exchange for pay. This ultimately led to his service to Zamorak, for whom he fought near the end of his life.
  • The Chief is an unnamed character in the episode "Jungle Jitterbugs". He is the leader of a tribe in Amazon. In the episode, the village is suffering from a serious drought which the lake has been dried out. The chief ordered his witch doctor to solve the drought. But the methods are useless. One day, the witch doctor finds fours Smurfs (Smurfette, Brainy, Clumsy and Jokey), and brings them to him. They thinks that the Smurfs, which are creatures that they never seen, can makes the "rain god" gives rain, so they decided to fly the Smurfs by a catapult. Just when the Smurfs are flown, Vanity accidentally arrives the village with his jitterbug disease. The Chief thinks that he is dancing the "rain dance" so he let Vanity keep on dancing instead of flying the other Smurfs. Finally, the sky ra
Employees
Movies
  • ''Detective H. Boyled and the Board Factory Murder
Season
  • 4
Appeared
Alignment
  • Good
  • Neutral
Length
  • 1836.0
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  • 88674
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  • 7.32
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  • And Justice for None
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  • Victor Hart , Collin M. McGee
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  • Particle/energy shielding
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  • N/A
Obraz
  • The chiew.jpg
Row 4 title
  • Last Appearance
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  • Class 0.8
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  • Male
Row 1 title
  • Portrayed by
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  • beacon
Row 2 title
  • Gender
max accel
  • 4570.0
Unlock
  • No
Quest
  • No
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  • I've Been Workin' On Derailroad
Row 3 title
  • First Appearance
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Box Title
  • The Chief
Voice
Complement
  • TIE Defender, B-Wing, Skipray blastboat
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Eyes
  • blue
Residence
Status
  • Alive
Appearance
Affiliation
Member
  • Yes
DE
  • Der Chef
Hair
  • red
Actor
Name
  • Chief
  • The Chief
Text
  • "Oh, you ain't been had till you been had by the Chief."
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First
  • Season 9
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  • 648.0
Shows
  • Teamo Supremo
Available
  • No
Author
  • The Chief
Members
  • Yes
Aliases
  • Commissioner
Rodzaj
Max Speed
  • 995.0
Alias
  • Epsilon
  • Real name unknown
Model
  • Unknown
Party
  • None
Voice Actor
  • Unknown
Planet
Base
Update
  • Armies of Gielinor: Saradomin Strikes Campaign
Shop
  • No
Species
Manufacturer
  • Numerous groups
Distance
  • 4.550000
Enemies
  • E.V.I.L.
  • The numerous villains
  • Vladimir Trelliak
Class
  • Warship
Cost
  • 300
  • N/A
Fr
  • Le Chef
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  • The Chief
Home
  • The State
Universe
Pt
  • O Chefe do Jornal
Occupation(s)
  • Director of I.J.L.S.A.
Groups
  • The Force
Occupation
  • Chief of Police
  • Chief of a village
  • Chief of police
Show
ID
  • 1404
ES
  • El jefe
Family
  • Patience
Release
  • 2010-02-12
Engine
  • Custom
Friends
  • Governor Kevin, Mr. Paulson, Teamo Supremo
Gender
  • Male
Race
RealName
Source
Quote
  • "The only thing I hate worse than bad guys is meddling kids."
Hull
  • Durasteel
Armament
  • DBY-828 heavy turbolaser, medium turbolasers, turbolaser cannons, point defense, Tractor beam projectors, heavy proton torp tubes, gravity cannon
Features
  • God Wars mercenary.
Location
  • N/A
abstract
  • None.
  • Chief Herbert Dumbrowski, also known as The Chief', or simply Herbert by his close associates, is a main character of T.U.F.F. Puppy. In "Internal Affairs", it is revealed that his full name is Herbert Dumbrowski. Whoops! We shouldn't have said his name because that's private. He was once T.U.F.F.'s number one agent during his youth. But as he became the chief, he succumbed to various age-related detriments, including a bionic foot, artificial hip, false teeth, and short-term memory loss. {C Although he is small, he still retains combat skills, as well as super strength for a flea, considering he is able to "judo-flip" criminals as big as gorillas.
  • The Chief 20px|Typ wyścigu|link=|text-bottom 20px|Występowanie|link=|text-bottom 20px|Długość toru|link=|text-bottom 20px|Segmenty|link=|text-bottom 20px|Zakręty|link=|text-bottom 20px|Odblokowywana przez|link=|text-bottom 20px|Inne|link=|text-bottom The Chief – to wyścig typu sprint który występuje w Need for Speed: Underground 2.Odbywa się w Beacon Hill.
  • The Chief of Police is the Chief of the force that H. Boyled originally worked for before becoming freelance. Despite their present conflicts, H. Boyled and the Chief seem to have had a past friendship.
  • The Chief is an unnamed character in the episode "Jungle Jitterbugs". He is the leader of a tribe in Amazon. In the episode, the village is suffering from a serious drought which the lake has been dried out. The chief ordered his witch doctor to solve the drought. But the methods are useless. One day, the witch doctor finds fours Smurfs (Smurfette, Brainy, Clumsy and Jokey), and brings them to him. They thinks that the Smurfs, which are creatures that they never seen, can makes the "rain god" gives rain, so they decided to fly the Smurfs by a catapult. Just when the Smurfs are flown, Vanity accidentally arrives the village with his jitterbug disease. The Chief thinks that he is dancing the "rain dance" so he let Vanity keep on dancing instead of flying the other Smurfs. Finally, the sky rains and the drought is solved with Vanity's "rain dance". However, The chief and his men are worried while Vanity keeps on dancing as the jitterbug disease is cannot be cured, the lake is going to be flooded. He ordered his men to stop Vanity from dancing, but they all failed. Suddenly, a cheetah attacked the village, everyone is running away, he is tripped when he is running and the cheetah is approaching him, luckily, Vanity's dance attracted the cheetah away and saved his life. Vanity also jumped into a pot of potion brewed by the witch doctor to hide from the cheetah, since then, his jitterbug disease is cured accidentally by the witch doctor's potion. The village chief wanted Vanity to be the new witch doctor as he had ended the drought, but the Smurf refused, pointing out that it was the current Witch doctor’s potion which cured him of his jitterbug sickness. So in the end, the chief let the witch doctor continue his job while Vanity and the other Smurfs went on their way.
  • Unlike most Fremennik, who tried to survive the God Wars by moving in nomadic tribes, The Chief chose to lend his combat services in exchange for pay. This ultimately led to his service to Zamorak, for whom he fought near the end of his life. Players fight The Chief in the "Barbarism Starts at Home" level of the Saradomin Strikes campaign. The Chief, along with soldiers such as Pazuzu, attempts to combat Saradominist forces west of the River Lum, near what is now the Misthalanian Gunnarsgrunn. It was during this fight that he ultimately met his death.
  • The Chief is the fire chief for the Sesame Street Engine Co., as seen in A Visit to the Sesame Street Firehouse. An affable older gentleman, the Chief takes Big Bird, Grover, and Ernie on a grand tour of their facilities, and explains the special equipment, vehicles, and techniques needed to fight fires.
  • The Chief is the angry and frustrated boss of the Action League in Action League Now!. He yells at the Action League for their mistakes and back-talking. He got a heart transplant from Bill the Lab Guy in the episode "Tears of a Clone". He is voiced by Collin M. McGee in the majority of the episodes, while he was voiced by Victor Hart for the first few episodes.
  • Vernon Haskell tricks Dean into visiting the Chief as a joke. Dean realizes he's been "had", and the Chief says he hasn't been had until he's been had by the Chief. He then asks for Dean's safeword.
  • The Chief is the unnamed head chief of the Pupununu Village. He rules over the village with his two daughters,Jeera and Zaria. Their mother is never mentioned, thus remains unknown to even being alive. He is notable for his long accents on Pupununu, his crown, and his large gut. He is most notable among the villagers for being a beautiful buttar player. Although he does not rule with an iron fist, he is strict, and has a slight habit of banishing villagers (including the "Banisher"). In the Un-aired Pilot, The Chief looked completely different, if he was even the same character.
  • The chief gives orders through radio and is very hot tempered and a workaholic. Once a normal police officer he rose through the ranks and tackled big gangs like the capelli family and years later he then established a new police force called Pursuit Force and has recruited all the Pursuit Force cops since then.
  • The Chief is a tough but good-natured flea who runs T.U.F.F. headquarters. In "Internal Affairs", it's revealed that his real name is Herbert Dumbrowski, he has a bionic foot, and has short term memory loss.
  • The Chief was the given name of a Fremennik mercenary active during the God Wars. The Chief appears only in the FunOrb strategy game Armies of Gielinor. Unlike most Fremennik, who tried to survive the God Wars by moving in nomadic tribes, The Chief chose to lend his combat services in exchange for pay. This ultimately led to his service to Zamorak, for whom he fought near the end of his life. Players fight The Chief in the "Barbarism Starts at Home" level of the Saradomin Strikes campaign. The Chief, along with soldiers such as Pazuzu, attempts to combat Saradominist forces west of the River Lum, near what is now the Misthalanian Gunnarsgrunn. It was during this fight that he ultimately met his death.
  • The Chief is a supporting character from the animated series, Teamo Supremo. The chief of police, who does not take kindly to Teamo taking the police matters into their own hands. He has a daughter named Patience, and a wife. He was a former US Cold War secret agent named Epsilon. A recurring joke with the chief is when he takes a villain away, he'll make a witty line that ends with jail, prison, etc. (e.g.: "Let's go! You and droid boy have Front row seats.... IN JAIL!!!"). He once tried to operate as a costumed superhero himself in the episode "The Cheif's new groove," using the code-name 'Lawman', but made a hash of it since his 'gadgets' consisted of an umbrella and an eggwhisk.
  • The Chief was a warship created by the Wookiees in the time of the New Republic to aid in the war against the Yuuzhan Vong.
  • The Chief also seems to enjoy playing Dag-Nab-It, a knife throwing game. If the hero is a thief, then he can also challenge The Chief to a game.If the hero should happen to walk in front of The Chief while he is playing, then the hero may be killed by a flying knife. He attended the hero ceremony after the land had been saved.
  • A leader of Action League NOW! He is a crime-fighting hero. He boss everybody around. The boss of the Action League, the Chief is an angry, frustrated man who frequently yells at the Action League for their mistakes and unintended backtalk. His catchphrase is "Blast it!" and "You morons!" He once got a heart transplant from Bill the Lab Guy. He also once successfully awoke from a coma, induced by the Flesh's carelessness, after having had to listen to all of incidents in which the League had injured him during his extended sleep.
  • The Chief is the head of the Washington branch of CONTROL. Not much is known about his personal history or even his full name due to that being top secret classified information. The only part of his name that was revealed, was that his first name was Thaddeus [Episode #8: "The Day Smart Turned Chicken"]. His cover identity is "Harold Clark", head of the "Potomac Greeting Card Company"; a third name is used when KAOS arranges for Smart and the Chief to be called back to active military duty, the Chief's cover name then was "Johndoe" (John Doe) [Episode #98: "Temporarily Out of CONTROL".].
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