StoryMr. Bounce was very small and like a rubber ball. He just couldn't keep himself on the ground! He bounced all over the place! And, as you can imagine, that made things rather difficult. Last week, for instance, Mr. Bounce was out walking when he came to a farm. He climbed over the farm gate, and you can guess what happned next, can't you? He jumped from the gate, and...bounced right into the duck pond! BOUNCE went Mr. Bouce. SPLASH went Mr. Bounce. "QUACK," went the ducks. The other morning, for instance, Mr. Bounce was in bed. He woke up, and jumped out of bed, and you can guess what happened next, can't you? Bounce bounce bounce bounce! That happens quite often, which probably explains why Mr. Bounce leaves his bedroom door open every night! After he had picked himself up, Mr. Bounce went inside his house and sat down to think. Mr. Bounce bounced off the chair and banged his head on the ceiling. "OUCH!" said Mr. Bounce. "This is ridiculous," Mr. Bounce thought to himself, rubbing his head. "I must do something to stop all this bounceing about." He thought and thought. "I know," he thought. "I'll go to see the doctor!
The Mr. Men Show
In the 2008 TV series The Mr. Men Show, he looks the same except he is bigger and his hat has a stripe on it. He has an Indian accent in the US version and an Irish-Scottish accent in the UK version. His bouncing about causes chaos for the other Mr. Men and Little Misses in Dillydale, especially when he's out in public. In the UK and US Versions, he is voiced by Sam Gold and Simon Greenall. He is first seen in Physical.
- He was Little Miss Scary's assistant in Dark & Up And Down.
- Despite his size, his legs are longer when wearing shoes, as seen in Physical and Shoes.
- His house has beams under it for support.
- A running gag is when he is with Mr. Strong, he always knocks off Mr. Bounce, and he starts bouncing away (US only).
- He danced like Mr. Grumpy in Dance.
- He is one of the 12 characters with no visible nose, but he still sneeze in Sneezes and Hiccups.
- He is one of few characters (other four being Little Miss Chatterbox, Little Miss Helpful, Mr. Scatterbrain, and Mr. Happy) with a love for animals.
- He is seen patting a goat in Fair.
- He is one of the four yellow characters.
- He was seen once without his hat in Sleep.
- In the original cartoon, his bouncing fashion just like Pom Pom's, though that episode was made years before Pom Pom was made.
- He's one of the many characters who might not care if Mr. Bump gets hurt.
- He was treated like an object when on a plane shown in Flying and Eyeglasses.
- He is the Circular & Yellow Like Mr. Happy, Except he is smaller.
- He doesn't care much if Mr. Rude is acting rude and has bad manners.
- He seems to like wearing Miss Scary's masks in The Dark.
- His first line is "Wheee!" (Physical)
- He once said "You can never bounce too much." in Parties.
- In Mr. Men and Little Miss, his hat was red instead of pink.
- His US voice is similar to that of Apu de Beaumarchais from The Simpsons.
- His Wow Wow Wubbzy counterpart is Wubbzy because they're both small, yellow and can bounce.
- His Winnie the Pooh Counterpart is Tigger because they both bounce.
- His Homestar Runner counterpart is Pom Pom, because they are both yellow, round, and can bounce.
- His My Little Pony counterpart is Pinkie Pie, they both bounce.
- His Looney Tunes counterpart is Hippety Hopper, they are Both Bouncy.
- His Hanna-Barbera counterpart is Yakky Doodle because they are both small and yellow.
- His Herbs counterpart is Pashana Bedhi because they are both Indian.
- His Budgie the Little Helicopter counterpart is Dell because they are both small and yellow.
- His Dark and Light Elemental Ages from Warlord counterpart is Marlene of Scottland, beacause both have an Irish accent.
- His Poddington Peas counterpart is Jump-Pea because they both jump up high.
- His Simpsons counterpart is Apu because they are both have an Indian accent.
- His Pokemon counterpart is Igglybuff because they are both small, round, and bounce a lot.
- His Boblins counterpart is Yam Yam because they are both yellow and bounce a lot.
- His A Little Curious counterpart is Bob the Ball because they both bounce and are round.
- His Camp Lazlo counterpart is Raj because they both have an Indian accent.
- His The Proud Family counterpart is Zoey Howzer because both have an Irish accent.
- His Punch Out!! Nintendo counterpart is Aran Ryan because both has Irish accent.
- His Flappy Bird counterpart is Flappy Bird because they are both yellow and they both bounce.
- His Codename Kids Next Door counterpart is Fanny because they both have a mixture of an Irish and Scottish accent.
- His Disney counterpart is Jiminy Cricket because they are both small and bounce.
International publications & translations
Mr. Bounce appears under the titles:
- Monsieur Bing (French)
- Don Saltarin (Spanish)
- Meneer Stuiter/Meneertje Stuiterbal (Dutch)
- Ο Κύριος Χοροπηδούλης (Greek)
- 蹦跳先生 (Taiwan)
- Unser Herr Hupf (German).
List of characters
This is a list of Mr. Men, Little Miss and other special characters that appear in this book.
- Mr. Happy ( TV )(Cameo)
- Mr. Skinny(TV)
- Mr. Daydream(TV)
- Mr. Impossible(TV)
- Mr. Greedy(TV)
Title character other appearances
This is a list of other books that the title character has appeared in.
- Mr. Grumble
- Little Miss Jealous
- A Very Happy Day For Mr. Happy (TV)(cameo)
- Mr. Bounce Finds Paradise (TV) (His own episode of the 1995 cartoon)
- Mr. Tickle Saves The Day (TV)
- Mr. Jelly's Show of Bravery (TV)
- An Unforgettable Sunday for Little Miss Tiny (TV)
- That's Enough, Little Miss Bossy (TV)
- Mr. Nonsense's Strange Illness (TV)
- Little Miss Helpful Goes To The Fair (TV)
- Mr. Men
- Mr. Tickle Mr. Greedy Mr. Happy Mr. Nosey Mr. Sneeze Mr. Bump Mr. Snow Mr. Messy Mr. Topsy-Turvy Mr. Silly
- Mr. Uppity Mr. Small Mr. Daydream Mr. Forgetful Mr. Jelly Mr. Noisy Mr. Lazy Mr. Funny Mr. Mean Mr. Chatterbox
- Mr. Fussy Mr. Bounce Mr. Muddle Mr. Dizzy Mr. Impossible Mr. Strong Mr. Grumpy Mr. Clumsy Mr. Quiet Mr. Rush
- Mr. Tall Mr. Worry Mr. Nonsense Mr. Wrong Mr. Skinny Mr. Mischief Mr. Clever Mr. Busy Mr. Slow Mr. Brave
- Mr. Grumble Mr. Perfect Mr. Cheerful Mr. Cool Mr. Rude Mr. Good Mr. Nobody
- Little Miss
- Little Miss Bossy Little Miss Naughty Little Miss Neat Little Miss Sunshine Little Miss Tiny Little Miss Trouble Little Miss Helpful Little Miss Magic Little Miss Shy Little Miss Splendid
- Little Miss Late Little Miss Scatterbrain Little Miss Greedy Little Miss Giggles Little Miss Twins Little Miss Chatterbox Little Miss Dotty Little Miss Lucky Little Miss Star Little Miss Fickle
- Little Miss Contrary Little Miss Busy Little Miss Quick Little Miss Wise Little Miss Tidy Little Miss Brainy Little Miss Stubborn Little Miss Curious Little Miss Fun Little Miss Somersault
- Little Miss Scary Little Miss Bad Little Miss Whoops Little Miss Princess
- Special Mr. Men
- Mr. Cheeky Mr. Christmas Mr. Birthday Little Miss Jealous Little Miss Christmas Little Miss Birthday Little Miss Stella Mr. Stupid
- Non-English Mr Men
- Mr. Crosspatch Mr. No Little Miss All-Goes-Well Little Miss Brilliant Little Miss Busy-Body Little Miss Careful Little Miss Loud Little Miss Prim Little Miss Selfish Little Miss Vain Little Miss Yes
- Misc. Mr Men
- Little Miss Calamity Little Miss Daredevil Mr. Scatterbrain Mr. Stubborn Other Mr. Men Caveman Mummy Grandfather Clock Mr. Magic Mr. Roundy Mr. Squary Mr. Beefeater Mr. Funny (Beafeater) Mr. Metal Mr. Fussy's unnamed releative Mr. Spendy
- Appeared in other Stories
- Mr. Miserable Mr. Right Mr. Thrifty Little Miss Thrifty Mr. Penny Mr. Prudence Wilfred the Wizard Mr. All-Goes-Wrong Little Miss Nobody
|The Mr. Men Show Characters|
| Season 1 Characters
Little Miss Sunshine • Little Miss Naughty • Little Miss Scary • Mr. Lazy • Mr. Nervous • Mr. Messy • Mr. Quiet • Mr. Stubborn • Little Miss Helpful • Mr. Bounce • Mr. Small • Little Miss Chatterbox • Mr. Persnickety (Mr. Fussy Season 2) • Mr. Grumpy • Mr. Nosey • Mr. Scatterbrain • Mr. Happy • Mr. Bump • Mr. Rude • Little Miss Whoops • Mr. Noisy • Little Miss Calamity (Season 1 Only) • Little Miss Daredevil • Mr. Strong • Mr. Tickle