|Also Known As||"The Goblin of Boulder Wood" (Prior to Meeting Johan)|
"Pee-brain/Pee-pod" (by Scruple)
|Occupation||Court Jester to the Good King (Current)|
|Alignment||Mischevious, but Good|
|Marital Status||Single (Current)|
|Known Relations||Moxette Smurfette ("Daughter")|
|Residence||The King's Castle|
|Voice Actor||Frank Welker (Original)|
|First Appearance||Original: "The Goblin of Rocky Wood" Comic (1954)
Fanon: "Peewit's Smurfy Creation" Season 1
Straight from the Wiki: Peewit is meant for humorous purposes, being the complete opposite in terms of personality when compared to his best friend. His jokes often don't make sense, are too common, or are too boring; he is not useless, though, because he's always offering to help Johan or Princess Savina whenever they are in trouble. When out on a trip of sorts, he is always seen riding his goat, Biquette. He also works for the king by delivering invitations.
He is a scaredy-cat, for a lack of better words, and doesn't like going into danger; he prefers staying on the safe side, but will dive into trouble just to save his friends. He's a trickster nonetheless and is not afraid to play jokes on unsuspecting people (friend or foe).
His main interests revolve around two things: eating and performing. He adores eating big meals, often consuming more than two times his body weight - and that's not even good enough to fill him. He also likes performing for others, even though he's not exactly the best at it.
The only time he has ever played good music was when he was in the possession of the six-holed magic flute that came from the Smurfs in The Smurfs and the Magic Flute. He used it for playing pranks on people who passed him by in the castle - he resented having it being used on him by Matthew McCreep when he stole it from him.
Fanon Criteria: he is seen in various episodes of Season 1, and by the end of the series, he finds him and his best friend being joined by a new female protagonist.
Relationship with Sir Johan
Their meeting is explained in The Goblin of Boulder Wood where Peewit was pretending to be a goblin in order to get free food. Johan was able to catch him after some struggle, and realized he was simply a boy with his goat, Biquette. At first, they didn't seem to get along that well, but after they worked together to save Princess Savina from a band of rogues, they became friends and have grown closer ever since.
They are seen going on trips to other kingdoms or various landmarks together, bringing some Smurfs with them at times. The two make a good team overall, with Johan having the swordsman techniques and brains while Peewit acts as a distraction of some kind. Johan will sometimes get annoyed by him if he continuously causes trouble, but it may be because he doesn't want his friend to lose his job at their castle. Quite simply, he wants what's best for him.
Season 1 Episodes
Peewit, along with Johan, continue to appear time and again just as they once did in mainstream media.
- Peewit's Smurfy Creation (Ep. 6) -- After discovering the origin of the Smurfette's, Peewit creates his own.
- Peewit's Unsmurfy Mistake (Ep. 7) -- One day while browsing the King's library, Peewit comes across a strange set of volumes which contains ancient spells. When he tries to find one to fix his broken lute, he accidentally comes across a transformation which affects Johan.
- Moxette's Crazy, Stupid Love (Ep. 16) -- He is shocked and thrilled when he finds out his little Smurfette has done something as crazy as turning herself human in pursuit of Johan. He is only upset when Dame Barbara disproves of her attire so much that she is forced to wear "proper lady's dress."
- Kiddie Crushes (Ep. 17) -- He discovers that Lord Balthazar's niece, Denisa, "likes" him and his reaction is anything but ordinary.
- The Thief of Boarsford (Ep. 18) -- Pending...
- The Reluctant Dark Knight (Season Finale) -- In Story One, he and Johan are the main protagonists who meet Falla and quickly befriend her. They first meet the main villains, Gargamel and Scruple (although he has met Scruple previously), when they hear about them attacking the Smurf Village. Against all odds, he is devastated when his best friend is stolen for the side of Evil.
Relationship with Moxette Smurfette
With no heed to Papa Smurf's warning, Peewit is responsible for the creation of Moxette.
In "Peewit's Smurfy Creation," Peewit learns of Smurfette's creation being from a powerful spell, so he sets out to find it and make his own Smurfette. Although Papa Smurf warned him not to meddle with such power, he manages to achieve his goal the following day. When he first tells Johan he has created a Smurfette, his friend tells her she must live amongst her own kind. After some protest, he agrees to take her to the Smurf Village, but along the way, they are surprised (and annoyed) by her mockery talent. When Johan comments on her "moxie," Peewit rejoices and names her "Moxette."
Their relationship is similar to a "father-daughter" bond; from the moment he created her, Peewit believes that Moxette is the most perfect creature in the world. When describing her to others, he often calls her "beautiful," "witty," "amazing," or simply "Smurfy," and eagerly awaits each visit to the Smurf Village to see her as she grows. He is greatly saddened by the pushback he received from his friends to raise her himself and sometimes wishes he had kept her hidden, but is at peace knowing he is still an important part of her life -- just as much of importance as she is to him.
Relationship with Falla Cye
They immediately connect and soon become inseparable in a mother-son bond. He loves having her around, especially when he plays up the "innocent child" role and sways her emotions to get something he wants.
Whenever he is in trouble, he will scream, "Momma!" just so she will come running to his rescue. He greatly admires her ability to break down doors and knock over rogues, no matter their size, with newfound strength and stamina by his calling. And when he is not in any sort of danger, he can easily convince her into carrying him, reading or telling a bedtime story, and singing to him when he is bored on a long ride. If he is lucky, he is even able to sleep with her after having a bad dream. Overall, Peewit loves Falla and never wants her to leave him and Johan.
To be filled in later!
Season 2 Episodes
Without Johan, Peewit clings to Falla and their friendship grows stronger as she substitute's Johan's role during Season 2. They begin to spend more time in King Gerard's realm during this season.
- King Gerard's Squire (Ep. 3) -- While visiting King Gerard's castle, Falla introduces him to a young squire named Josten before they return home.
- Tug-O-War Court Affairs (Ep. 7) -- Pending...
- Josten's Scar (Ep. 8) -- Pending...
- Smurfing Over Troubled Water (Ep. 13) -- Pending...
- A New Squire (Ep. 14) -- Pending...
- Falla's Birthday (Ep. 16) -- Pending...
- Crestfallen Christmas (Ep. 17) -- He is a main character alongside Falla as they venture through the snow to bring justice to robbery victims so they have time to spend the holidays with their loved ones.
- Mechanical Hero (Ep. 21) -- Pending...
- King Gerard's Birthday (Ep. 22) -- Pending...
- Befallen Breckenridge (Ep. 24) -- Pending...
- Mother Nature's (Re)Creation (Ep. 25) -- Pending...
- Peasant for a Day (Ep. 26) -- Pending...
- Blue is the Moonstone (Ep. 28) -- Pending...
- The Princess and the Peewit (Ep. 31) -- Pending...
- Denisa's Birthday Wish (Ep. 32) -- Pending...
- Brainy's Essential Discovery (Ep. 37) -- In Brainy's Imaginarium setting, he appears alongside Johan as a supporting character, having co-created "Bernadette."
- The Dragon of the Far Land (Ep. 38) -- Pending...
- Take Back the Knight (Season Finale) -- Pending...
Peewit has short blonde hair with outgrown bangs, pale skin, and standard black eyes. He is approximately 3'5" in American measurement, and has a large nose and ears compared to his friends.
- Season 1 -- He wears an orange cap, matching leggings and shoes, a pair of blue shorts, and a white-collared shirt with white sleeves, a blue torso piece, and black ties.
- Season 2 -- Pending...
The best choice for Peewit is Frank Welker, who was also the voice talents for Poet, Wild, Clockwork, and Hefty in the original series. He also does Fred Jones and Scooby Doo in the Scooby Doo! series.
The closest follow-up actor would be Cam Clarke, who voiced Peewit in the English dub of The Smurfs and the Magic Flute movie.
- According to a 1998 Peyo Studio short comic made available in The Smurfs & Friends Volume 1, Peewit tells a generic Smurf that he is fluent in Spanish, Italian, and German.
- In "Baby's First Word," he mentions passing Gargamel's hovel in order to bring the Smurflings back to the village. This suggests that he is at least aware of Gargamel's existence, but there is no evidence of them meeting. In Numbuh 404's accounts, this is the assumed case.
- In the original comics by Peyo, his shirt and shorts were green.
- Peewit is estimated by most to be around 9 - 12 years old; he and Scruple are in this range, and (most likely) so are Denisa and Brenda. In Numbuh 404's accounts, he is 11 when introduced.
- Before his death, Peyo stated that Peewit was his favorite character.
- Just like Harmony Smurf, he believes he is the only one with any musical talent and dismisses any negative comments about his music and singing. He does, however, secretly look up to Sir Josten based on his talented voice and playing - he never admits this to anyone except Biquette because she can't speak.
- He is right-handed, but is frequently seen using both hands whenever possible. If needed, he is capable of using his feet to perform certain activities, such as playing an instrument.
- In the 21st Century, he has a descendant named Damien Spiroux.
- His signature song is Send Me an Angel by the 1980s band, Real Life.
- His birthday is September 25th; by the time the sequel to RDK happens, a year has passed and he is almost 12. His zodiac sign is Libra.
- In the non-canonical fanfiction, The Royal Faux, Peewit discovers a villain disguised as Josten plotting to take the King's castle. Unfortunately, he is also caught and forced to help him complete a spell which turns them both into animals so they can get past the drawbridge undetected; he tries to alert his friends, but since he is turned into a goat, they hear only bleating.