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Deputy Denny or simply Denny is a rather oddly formed clone of the Sheriff, and the only one with a name. Denny first appeared in the episode "A Sober Sunday" with two other Sheriff clones on trash duty at the police station. Denny is notable because of his caved-in head, the body of a small-child, and being the only clone with a different (child-like) voice, which may suggest he is just a child (though his mustache suggests otherwise). Since his first appearance, Denny has appeared regularly in scenes that feature the Clone Field, though he has made other appearances. In the episode "Sharif", Dan Halen chose Denny as the Sheriff's replacement. Denny's first act as sheriff was arresting some fish and his police car for "suspicion and collusion". It wasn't until the "Sharif" episode that Denny's name was revealed, his previous cameo just had him as an unnamed, and imperfect clone.

In the finale of the show's fifth season "America: Why I love her", it was revealed that while Denny is an imperfect clone, he actually possesses more intelligence than the normal Sheriff clones.

In more recent episodes in the recent seasons of the show, Denny now serves as Deputy of Dougal County, working alongside the Sheriff. Tammi went out with him once in "S9E4". He has a very child like nature, and in the episode "Muscadine Wine" he is seen coloring and drawing pictures with Randy, using crayons from his nose. Denny drawing pictures was previously seen in "Ink Is Thicker Than Blood, Which Is Thicker Than Water", when he was coloring a picture at a restaurant, while acting like a kid.

In some episodes, Denny is shown to be slightly more intelligent than the Sheriff especially when it comes to detective work such as investigating incidents involving the Cuyler family and is somewhat better at seeing though the Early's lies. In the episode "Beware the Butt-Cutter", Denny deduces that Dan Halen was the Butt-Cutter serial killer despite his efforts to frame Early as the Butt-Cutter, but is stopped from arresting Halen by the Sheriff who reminds Denny that Halen is their boss.

Denny also is known to be a party disc jockey, known by the stage name of "DJ DEN-E" (Season 7 Episode 6).

In the episode "A Jailhouse Divided", Denny challenged Sheriff to the job of running for town's sheriff and was going to be elected but that job was given to Sheriff instead. Granny also thought he was a democrat, while removing the "d" in "elect Denny" while it was changed to "Elect Enny."

Deputy Denny's catchphrase is "imma make a change."

Appearance[]

Deputy Denny is a short Sheriff and is a imperfect clone, as his eyes are colored black, has black hair, has a mustache, and wears gray sheriff clothes. He also as a small yellow star, and he holds a large gun. He has a caved-shaped head.

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Trivia[]

  • Deputy Denny is voiced by Squidbillies co-creator Dave Willis who also other characters in the series such as the Narrator, Glenn, Steve, Ellis, and Plumber Bubba.
  • Deputy Denny is the only clone that continually appears in the series, both with the Sheriff and at the clone field.
  • He is the most childish out of all of the clones.
  • A similar character named Phil, who is a Sheriff clone that has the same voice actor and acts very similar to Deputy Denny.
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