Tino Tonitini






Ms. Tonitini, Tino's Father


Tish Katsufrakis, Carver Descartes, Lor MacQuarrie


Captain Dreadnaught and Tasha


Sports and clowns

First Appearance

"Crush Test Dummies"

Last Appearance

"Tino's Dad"

Tino Tonitini is one of the four main characters of The Weekenders. Unlike his counterparts, Tino usually assumes the role as the narrator in most episodes, although he sometimes is assisted by his friends, and often ends each show with his catch phrase, "Later days". He is voiced by Jason Marsden.

Appearance and Personality

Physical Appearance

Tino is 12 years of age and is of average height and build for his age. He is slender, with short blonde hair and slightly tanned skin.


Tino can be very sarcastic, slightly paranoid on a variety of subjects, witty, and sometimes immature. He gets through his days and situations by cutting smart, sarcastic and witty remarks whenever annoyed, insulted, or offended. When threatened, he can occasionally be a bit of a coward, but despite his sometimes neurotic and flighty personality, he has proven on many occasions to be resourceful and brave. Tino is generally the most tolerant, patient and accepting of his friends, although he does have a slight peeve for the stereotypical nerd. On the whole, he is well-rounded, open-minded and more than willing to accompany or help his friends through their many hardships and adventures.

Hobbies and Interests

Tino has a high degree of interest in comic books, his favorite being the fictional Captain Dreadnaught series of which he possesses almost every edition ever published. When not with his friends, he can usually be found in his room reading a Captain Dreadnought comic book or listening to music by his favorite band, Chum Bucket.

Tino is known for being the conspiracy theorist of the group, having irrational fears of a variety of things, including clowns, danger, sports, insects, injuries, accidents and more. However, Tino has managed to face his fears on several occasions, proving to others that he is not easily discouraged, although sometimes easily frightened. For example, in "Clown" he successfully endures clown traps, courtesy of his friends, in order to "increase his tolerance" of clowns.


  • Standard Outfit - a short sleeved blue t-shirt with a navy blue stripe, light colored pants, blue shoes.
  • - A short sleeved red t-shirt, blue jeans, blue shoes.
  • - A short sleeved lime green t-shirt with a diamond emblem in the center, blue athletic shorts, blue shoes.
  • - A short sleeved navy blue t-shirt, denim shorts, red flip-flops. Tino would wear these flip flops indoors as well.
  • - A long sleeved shirt with white and blue stripes, blue athletic shorts, blue shoes.
  • - A short sleeved blue button down shirt, khaki shorts, blue shoes.
  • - A short sleeved blue t-shirt with red sleeves and a T on the front worn over a long sleeved white shirt, blue jeans, blue shoes
  • - Blue Striped Pajamas for when he goes to sleep.


  • Tino is the only character in the group to have only 1 parent living with him. Tino's dad only appears in the series finale "Tino's Dad".
  • Tino is afraid of clowns.



Tino dressed like an adult in "Grow Up"

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