Just like what you would expect from someone who broadcasts every possible television show in existence, the TV is wise and efficient in terms of getting things done, for example, he had a "go-to" attitude when he assisted Cyborg with finding the lost remote. He has a "father" like relationship with Cyborg, commenting how proud he was on how Cyborg grew up. He also has a side of humor, where he briefly joked with the Teen Titans after they were saved from zombie mode, by suggesting they all go out and hike, or go to a museum to take in some culture (when it was proven the Titans need TV in order to stay sane). Despite all that, he admits that he doesn't know how to work the buttons on himself, and in order to turn himself on, or change the channel, he needs the remote control.
The TV and Cyborg get along very well. Cyborg spent most of his childhood growing up watching the TV, and the TV reveals that Cyborg was his favorite kid watching grow up into the man he is now. He also expressed he loved him in a son type of way, where Cyborg felt the same and shared a hug. The TV helped Cyborg get his zombie friends back due to them not watching enough TV and succeeded along with the help of Cyborg.
- Oil Drums (debut; only appearance)
- His voice actor, Dwight Schultz, has voiced characters in other Cartoon Network shows, like Dr. Animo in the Ben 10 series, Mung Daal in Chowder, and Eddie the Squirrel in CatDog.
Voice in other languages
- Lajos Csuha (Hungarian)
- Marek Robaczewski (Polish)
- ? (Italian, Romanian)