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**In the French dub, he is portrayed as a giant known as Gigantus.
 
**In the French dub, he is portrayed as a giant known as Gigantus.
 
***Gigantus literally means "Giantus" in the Greek language, while taking the suffix "-us" from the end of the Greek giants' names. This is a direct reference to the Greek mythology of giants.
 
***Gigantus literally means "Giantus" in the Greek language, while taking the suffix "-us" from the end of the Greek giants' names. This is a direct reference to the Greek mythology of giants.
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***Despite him being portrayed differently in the French dub as a giant, he is still referred to as a "monster" by the characters of the dub.
 
*In "[[Race Up Mystery Mountain]]", he knows how to open the portal to [[Mystery Mountain]].
 
*In "[[Race Up Mystery Mountain]]", he knows how to open the portal to [[Mystery Mountain]].
 
*Although smaller than the [[Ninjalinos]], he can lift [[Sticky Splat|sticky splats]] off easily.
 
*Although smaller than the [[Ninjalinos]], he can lift [[Sticky Splat|sticky splats]] off easily.

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Teeny Weeny

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Splat Monster


Trivia

  • In "Meet An Yu," his name is revealed to be Teeny-Weeny, or Teeny for short. Though, his name was mentioned before in the title card in "Catboy and the Teeny Weeny Ninjalino".
    • Initially, he was originally nicknamed Tiny Ninjalino before he was called by his real name.
  • He seems to like Catboy a lot, as seen in "Catboy and the Teeny Weeny Ninjalino".
  • In "The Splat Monster", he becomes a giant splat monster.
    • In the French dub, he is portrayed as a giant known as Gigantus.
      • Gigantus literally means "Giantus" in the Greek language, while taking the suffix "-us" from the end of the Greek giants' names. This is a direct reference to the Greek mythology of giants.
      • Despite him being portrayed differently in the French dub as a giant, he is still referred to as a "monster" by the characters of the dub.
  • In "Race Up Mystery Mountain", he knows how to open the portal to Mystery Mountain.
  • Although smaller than the Ninjalinos, he can lift sticky splats off easily.
  • Before Season 3, he was originally considered a minor character and deuteragonist in which he made one appearance in each of the first two seasons.
    • In Season 3 and onwards, he received a temporary antagonistic role and became the major character, this lasted until "Clash on Mystery Mountain," he betrays Night Ninja and decides to help An Yu when she got trapped in the gong again, before the PJ Masks freed her.
  • He is the first reformed villain of the series who becomes an ally of the PJ Masks.
  • Teeny's Splat Monster form may have been inspired from Marvel supervillain, Vemon.
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