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|“||NO, WE GROW OUR OWN. THAT'S WHAT WE DO!||”|
— -Odd Todd
Odd Todd was a former agent at Odd Squad who was previously partnered with Olive. Soon he became bored with Odd Squad and their mission: to fight oddness and do no odd. Believing oddness made the world more interesting, he resigned and started the Todd Squad, which he tried tirelessly to get Olive to join. He was Odd Squad's number one villain and arch-nemesis and tried many times to shut the organization down. He wore a multicolored plaid suit and dark brown hair with a white stripe down the middle. He also had a white eyebrow. After Otto pretended to release the ultimate amount of oddness in an effort to scare Todd away, Todd was so frightened of oddness that he became a gardener, keeping the crazy hair, and eyebrow. His current objective: to grow the best vegetables in the country. In Odds and Ends, it is seen that Todd became a caretaker for retired villains.
In Odd Squad: World Turned Odd, he becomes the leader of Odd Squad in an alternate timeline, and gains a robot suit equipped with a helicopter rotor, allowing him to fly.
His hobbies are noted to include interrupting meetings, drumming in the shower, eating using his feet, and listening to the little band in his mouth.
Todd is suave, extremely smart. While being a villain, he was mischievous, twitchy and angry.
- His agent number was 43. When he was fired, he hid the number randomly around headquarters, like his old desk, on files, boxes, walls, and even stole his own handprint as seen in "Fistful of Fruit Juice".
- He was the leader and only member of the Todd Squad.
- He has ice blue eyes.
- It is currently unknown how his hairstyle has changed from being an agent to a villain.
- When "Training Day" premiered, he turned the Odd Squad website odd. To get it back to normal, you had to click on his body and solve a puzzle.
- He also knows how to speak Centigurp, as seen in the episode "The O Games".
- He also cheats in games and competitions, like he did in "The O Games", when he eliminated Octavia and Oren. The former one was a really serious event because he scored for the other players except for Octavia and got her eliminated and the game tablets were updated so that he wouldn't score for other people in the future.
- He drums in the shower.
- He names all his sandwiches.
- He only eats with his feet.
- He has a tiny band in his mouth.
- His Rock, Paper, Scissors throwing pattern is the same as Olive's.
- His birthday is on April 3rd, which also goes along with his badge number, 43 and 4-3.
- His favorite food is pie.
- His tie size is 27.
- He now owns a garden.
- He knows when Owen goes on break.
- "Zero Effect" (Referenced)
- "My Better Half" (Referenced)
- "The Potato Ultimato" (Referenced)
- "The Odd Antidote" (43)
- "Skip Day" (43)
- "Fistful of Fruit Juice" (43)
- "How to Interrogate a Unicorn" (43)
- "Invasion of the Body Switchers" (43)
- "Double Trouble" (43)
- "Soundcheck Part Deux" (43)
- "Centigurps" Game Ad (43)
- "Odd Squad Soundtrack: Stop The Music" (43)
- "Training Day" (official debut)
- "Trading Places"
- "Bad Lemonade"
- "The O Games"
- "Undercover Olive"
- "O vs. the Ballcano"
- "Now You Don't See Me"
- "Disorder in the Court"
- "O is Not For Over"
- First Day (Mentioned)
- Mid-Day in the Garden of Good and Odd
- Oscar Strikes Back (Picture)
- Odds and Ends
- "It's ODD Todd now!"
- "Hello, Scribbles!"
- "I'll be back!"
- "Who do you want to catch? Me...or the _____?"
- "You say potato, I say french toast with jam."
- “You keep the Odd, I’ll keep the Todd!”
- "Looks like rain. It'll be lovely for my ASPARRRAGUS!"
- "Hello, Otto."
- "Anyway, have a good day!"