Voiced by Mike Schatz
Episode count 21
Species Plutonian
Gender Male
Quote "One man's waste is another man's soap"

Emory is one of the Plutonians. He is Oglethorpe's assistant.


Emory, like Oglethorpe, is a strangely-shaped creature with a high number of "pointy arms" but no fingers. He is green and taller and thinner than Oglehtorpe.


Emory is smarter than Oglethorpe, as Emory has tried to reason in certain situations that Oglethorpe has not, though he is still extremely unintelligent. He seems to be more patient than his friend but has also been known to snap at people. He is also very compliant with Olgethorpe's orders (regardless of how ridiculous they are).


Emory can squirt foul-smelling "soap" from his spikes. He claims he uses it to clean the ship, but Frylock believes the substance is actually waste material. This concept of squirting soap has not been mentioned since "Space Conflict from Beyond Pluto."

Relationships with Other Characters

Since Emory is compliant with almost everything Oglethorpe orders him to do, it's hard to decipher how he truly feels about the other characters.


Oglethorpe and Emory are often depicted to be in the same situation that Frylock and Master Shake are in. They seem to hate each other, without giving any indication as to why to continue being friends. Emory seems to be aware that Oglethorpe is unintelligent and easy-to-anger, yet he continues to stand by Oglethorpe's side. He has been known to lash out on Olgethorpe in certain instances, such as in the film.

The Mooninites

Unlike Oglethorpe, Emory had little interest in getting revenge against Ignignokt and Err in "Spacecataz." He doesn't even appear to be fazed by their pranks in the episode, and even found Err's crank calls funny. This could imply that if Emory didn't interact with Oglethorpe so much, Emory would be a bit of a pacifist.

Aqua Teens and Carl

Emory and Shake have spoken to each other very seldom, so there's not much to say about what they think of one another. Emory seems to be polite with Frylock, who considers Emory and Oglethorpe too incompetent to "take over a bowl full of jello." As far as viewers can tell, Emory and Meatwad have never spoken to each other. Emory and Carl have interacted in the film, but Emory didn't say anything, and Carl chose to speak to the Cybernetic Ghost of Christmas Past from the Future instead.




  • He is named after Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia.
  • If one includes all 13 Season 3 cold openings, Emory has made more non-speaking than any other villain.

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