| Please note the following:
|"I want my f**king bottle! I'm hungry! Wah! Ahh!"|
— Benjamin's first words (Mr. Goodman's Baby!)
Benjamin Franklin Goodman is the illegitimately-biological son of Goodman and the baby brother of Richard Goodman. He was conceived during a one-session stand between Goodman and his personal yoga instructor. He was then given to Mario by Goodman, who was attempting to ditch the baby and not pay child support. He serves as the main antagonist in Mr. Goodman’s Baby!.
Likes and Dislikes
- Cows being turned into a filet mignon, peppercorn, with blue cheese crumbles, and a side of asparagus.
- Learning the sounds of being rich (formerly)
- The Bahamas
- Bubble baths
- Lamborghinis (Porsche, Lamborghini, Ferrari, etc.)
- Private Jets
- Money Guns
- Crystal's breasts
- Sh*tting cash
- Mario (rarely)
- Shrimp cocktails
- See N' Says
- Learning the farm animals and farm animals in general
- Being poor
- Learning the sounds of being rich
- Instruments in general (Possibly)
- Going outside
- Mario (Most of the Time )
- Brooklyn T. Guy
- Drunk people
- Mario's house
- Compared to Richard, Benjamin is as bad (if not worse) as his brother as he'll cuss, cry, and do anything to make the lives of the people he hates miserable.
- It's never explained how Benjamin can talk, but it's likely that he's either just good at speaking great words and sentences better and clearly, or can speak because being rich allows him to ignore the laws of nature.
- He most likely speaks solely for comedic purposes.
- He's likely based on the Boss Baby from DreamWorks' The Boss Baby, as both are spoiled, whiny, and very smart. But the difference is that the Boss Baby has emotion for people, while Benjamin stays spoiled for the rest of the video.
- It is believed by some fans Goodman possibly created Benjamin with Cody's B-B-B-Baby Machine! and lied about the yoga instructor, and that he dumped him on Mario to torture him for missing his house payment.
- Goodman states that he named Benjamin after the person on his favorite piece of money, Benjamin Franklin, who was one of the founding fathers of the United States.