Marital Status: Divorced
Occupation: Fake-News Reporter
AP is a simple frog, he moved to Gulf City to start his career in newscasting but due to his foul mouth and terrible bigoted attitude, he loses more jobs than he gets hired for. Despite this, AP is dedicated to 2 things in life, Fright Supremacy, and Warm Pockets.
After Ghastly’s studio was shut down, AP was forced to move into Ghastly’s haunted house, and now spends his days freeloading, cursing immigrants, and getting his friends into trouble with any and every authority figure available to them.
AP has quickly become ghastly’s closest living confidant, and the two host Gulf City’s Saturday Night Streams and The Fright Power Hour together (Check Listings).
Richard Specter and Ghastly repeatedly refer to AP as “The Vessel” during season 0, though AP has no idea why. In fact, he doesn’t know very much outside of his own realm of experience and opinion. AP is a conservative, to say the least, and even though he has dedicated himself to the persuit of Fright Supremacy, he still absolutely despises immigrants, minorities, and homosexuals, despite being best friends with the leader of a special interest group dedicated to ghost rights. The great whale has taken a special interest in AP’s entanglement, though neither Ghastly nor Specter seem to know exactly why.
AP’s taste in news isn’t the most conventional. To say he is a tabloid news reporter would be a compliment. Most of the news he reports is “tailored” at best, and purely fictional at worst. Even so, you can catch AP on “The Young Keks” on the Free Press of Kekistan Channel, as well as doing the weather report on “Tonkasaw’s Morning Kumite”, where he is a former internet bloodsports champion.
On thing’s for sure, the only thing more bleak than AP’s outlook on news, is his career prospects as a legitimate journalist.
Video: Amphibian Psycho
AP can be seen in most episodes of Gulf City as well as the cartoon shorts. Ghastly and AP are the main protagonists of the Gulf City cartoon.