Just a few little things about them I didn't cover in their drawing bios:
- Victor Evans has a personal vendetta against the Tucker Brothers for some unknown reasons. Whenever he meets one of them or both of them, he threatens to stab, cut, or vivisect them with one of his thousands of knives.
- Ryan Tucker was a rather small, skinny boy. He was picked on quite often by those bigger than him growing up. His parents thought Summer Camp would be good for him when he was around the age of nine. This led to one of the most traumatic events of his life: he was bound to a chair and thrown off a dock and into the lake. The camp counselor on duty saved him, luckily, and he was sent home immediately afterward. He now not only has an intense fear of drowning, but of being tied up or restrained in any way.
- Ryan never intended to be a babysitter. He was at Chuck's house when Chuck received a call from Morton Bowers. Morton was leaving for the evening with his wife and needed a last moment sitter for his son, niece and nephew, and their friends, Dan and Keven. Ryan tagged along, wanting to know what Thornewood Castle was like inside. After about an hour or so of taking care of the kids, Chuck got ANOTHER call from his boss at the supermarket. He had forgotten about having to work and he ran out of the house, leaving poor Ryan to care for the kids alone. Eliott took to rallying the other kids into tying up Ryan, causing him to burst into tears, much to their amusement. Dan and Keven felt the "joke" had gone far enough and they untied Ry. He explained his summer camp episode, making the kids feel terrible for scaring him so much. The rest of the night until bedtime was spent playing video games. Ryan grew to like the kids immensely, and whenever Chuck watched them after that night, he'd be right there with him.
- Even though he puts on a brave front, Brad is actually terrified of horror movies and refuses to watch them. Even if Ryan's with him, he hides his eyes the entire time or will cling to Ryan for dear life.
- The Tucker family is "blessed" with a very speedy metabolism rate. This is how the brothers can basically gorge themselves and never really gain any fat. (Plus, they all workout pretty religiously, so that might have something to do with it, too.)
- Brad sometimes has night terrors, so he will usually sneak into Ryan's room and sleep in a sleeping bag on the floor. After so many nights, Brad's back began to get sore, so Ryan bought himself a trundle bed just in case. (Lucky for Ryan, he has the second largest room in the house, so it easily fits the beds.)
- Before moving into the house they currently live in, the brothers shared a room. This is why Ryan isn't bothered by Brad coming to stay in his new room with him, although Brad finds it embarrassing.
- Brad tends to bully kids at school and once went as far as to convince Roy's cousin, Eliott, that Thornewood was the sight of a grisly murder years ago. Eliott refused to enter the house for a couple of days and it took Brad's confession that it was all a story to get him to go back in. However, further investigation on Eliott's part and later his little sister, Zelda, have uncovered that maybe Brad's story...wasn't fictional...