Mr. Lunt leads a Silly Song called "His Cheeseburger." Without a hat on, he looks more like a gourd which is shown in the song. He was born in New Jersey, which was also mentioned in the song. He is also a member and probably the leader of Boyz in the Sink, a group of veggies who rap and sing.
Mr. Lunt is a yellow colored gourd. He grows a short brown mustache and has a golden tooth. His eyes are unable to be seen because he only squints. You can barely see his eyes when he isn't wearing a hat. Mr. Lunt is often seen wearing a tan hat that looks close to a safari hat. His nose is also quite large.
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Mr. Lunt serves as Mr. Nezzer's assistant in the Nezzer Chocolate Factory.
- Little Elf Helper in "The Toy that Saved Christmas"
- Pirate Lunt in "The Pirates Who Don`t Do Anything on Very Silly Songs"
- Himself in "His Cheeseburger on "Madame Blueberry"
- Haman in "Esther... The Girl Who Became Queen"
- Ophelia and Bjorn in "Lyle the Kindly Viking"
- Pirate Lunt in "The Ulimate Silly Song Countdown"
- Pirate Lunt in "Jonah: A VeggieTales Movie"
- Prince Fredrick in "The Star of Christmas"
- The Tickno Gourd of the Future in "The Wonderful World of Auto- Tainment!"
- Servant and Boyz in Sink in "The Ballad of Little Joe"
- Moe and Sushi Chef in "Sumo of the Opera"
- Otis and Elevated in "Duke and the Great Pie War"
- Professor Rattan in "Minnesota Cuke and the Search For Samson's Hairbrush"
- Ahem in "Lord of the Beans"
- Poncho and Sergeant John Spud in "Sheerluck Holmes and the Golden Ruler"
- Himself in "Larry-Boy and the Bad Apple"
- Pirate Lunt in "Gideon: Tuba Warrior"
- Wyatt and Boyz in Sink in "Moe and the Big Exit"
- Himself in "God Made You Special"
- Farmhand #1 and Scarecrow in "The Wonderful Wizard of Ha's"
- Himself in "Lessons From the Sock Drawer"
- Sedgewick in "The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything: A VeggieTales Movie"
- The Ticket Agent, Wyatt and Himself in "Tomato Sawyer And Huckleberry Larry's Big River Rescue"
- Nurse and Alphonse in "Abe and the Amazing Promise"
- Professor Rattan, Wicker and Waiter Lunt in "Minnsota Cuke and the Search For Noah's Umbrella"
- Himself and Octavius in "Saint Nicholas: A Story of Joyful Giving"
- Minstrel Dave in "Sweetpea Beauty: A Girl After God's Own Heart"
- Morty Bumble in "It's A Meaningful Life"
- Himself in "Happy Together"
- Howard Greenman in "Twas the Night Before Easter"
- Rusty and Mr. Lunt With Wigs in "Princess of the Popstar A Story of Trading Places"
- Ali in "The Little Drummer Boy"
- Boyz in Sink and Bill Scarlet in "Robin Good and His Not So Merry Men"
- Papa Razzi in "The Penniless Princess: God's Little Girl"
- S-Cape in "The League of Incredible Vegetables"
- Injured Man & Friend #1 in "Lettuce Love One Another"
- Little House, Professor Rattan and Papa Bear in "The Little House that Stood"
- Pompous Maximus in "MacLarry and the Stinky Cheese Battle"
- Himself and Roadie Reggie in "Merry Larry and the True Light of Christmas"
- Luntar the Looter and Himself in "Veggies in Space: The Fennel Frontier"
- Roadie Reggie and Professor Rattan in "Celery Night Fever"
- Roadie Reggie and Professor Rattan in "Beauty and the Beet"
- According to Phil Vischer, his inpiration for both the character as well as the voice for Mr. Lunt were inspired by Judge Doom's Toon Patrol from the 1988 live-action/animation hybrid film "Who Framed Roger Rabbit".
- He has been the bad guy in Esther The Girl Who Became Queen, Lyle the Kindly Viking, Duke and the Great Pie War, Moe and the Big Exit, Minnesota Cuke and the Search for Samson's Hairbrush, It's a Meaningful Life (sort of), MacLarry and the Barberbarians, Merry Larry and the Light of Christmas and The Little Drummer Boy.
- Out of these episodes he became a good guy eventually in 5 of them.(Lyle the Kindly Viking, Minnesota Cuke and the Search for Samson's Hairbrush, MacLarry, Merry Larry and the Light of Christmas and It's a Meaningful Life).
- He along with Pa Grape doesn't have exposed eyes like everyone else.
- According to the commentary for "Dave and the Giant Pickle", Mr. Lunt was named after a street in Chicago.