Thin Bank Employee is a recurring character in Squidbillies.
An unnamed thin bank employee appears as a citizen seen in several episodes (originally debuting in "Office Politics Trouble"). He is shown working at the Dougal County Bank. Also his earlier appearances had him look very thin and he did have small black glasses on. His original design made, it's last appearance in the series, in the episode "The Peep".
In later episodes. He is replaced or given some sort of redesign with a much similar and thinner design who works at a bank as seen in the episode "The Pharaoh's Wad". This one wore white clothes, but later in blue clothes and also is shown speaking in the episode. He appears in the Dougal County Bank. Early speaks to him as he gives his slip to him and the man says "are you here about the lien on your property, or...?". Early then replied "forgive all debts that's what the good lord sir read the damn Bible, sum-bitch".
This same bank owner also attends church on Sunday's in some episodes such as in "Tortuga de Mentiras", "Greener Pastor", and "Cooler-Heads Prevail". It's unknown, if both designs are the same person, or are related to each other.
- "Office Politics Trouble" (Debut)
- "Bubba Trubba"
- "Condition: Demolition"
- "Pile M for Murder".
- "God's Bro"
- "Young, Dumb and Full of Gums
- "The Pharaoh's Wad"
- "Beware The Butt Cutter"
- "The Legend of Kid Squid"
- "Stop, Jammer Time"
- "Hetero-Cephalo Agenda"
- "A Walk To Dignity"
- "Granny Hotfoot"
- "Hybrid To Hell"
- "Southern Pride and Prejudice"
- "The Peep"
- "Greener Pastor"
- "Dove In An Iron Cage"
- "Tortuga de Mentiras"
- "The War on The War on Christmas"
- "Muscadine Wine"
- "Cooler-Heads Prevail"
- "Let ’er R.I.P." (Last Appearance)