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Cryer Kid is a student at Third Street School and a minor character in Recess. Cryer Kid is slender and of average height. He has brown hair. He wears a yellow polo shirt with a white T-shirt underneath, brown shorts, white socks, and red-brown sneakers. Cryer Kid is known for crying whenever a kid needs him to cry. He often charges them for crying. He usually uses this as a distraction for other kids. In his first speaking appearance in "Teacher's Lounge," the Recess Gang ask him to cry for them to distract Miss Finster so the kids can get inside the building during recess to investigate the teachers' lounge which he does after he's paid by Gretchen, along with Mikey for his two Winger Dingers. He also appears at the beginning of the episode "The Shiner" crying, for an unknown reason, until Randall tells him about T.J. getting a black eye, where he then goes to tell the other kids. The last noticable appearance of Cryer Kid was in "The Candidates," when T.J. pays him to cry so Vince can "comfort" him to appear sensitive to the other kids voting for him to become class president. 

Cryer Kid

Voice: Steven

Father: Unknown mother

Mother: Unknown father 

Friends: TJ Detweiler, Vince LaSSao, Ashley Spinelli, Gretchen Grundler, Mikey Blumberg, Gus Griswald, Randall Weems (sometimes), Menlo, Miss Finster, Principal Prickly, Miss Grotke, the Ashleys, Scribe Kid, Jordan and Jerome, King Bob and other good Third Street School students 

Enemies: Earwin Lawson, Gelman, Conrad Mundy, Greg Skeens, Sue Bob Murphy, Lazy Kid, Randall Weems (sometimes), Chucko Kowalski, Jocko, Buster, Cheay, Koreo and Kurst the Worst 

Likes: Distracting troublemakers with his crying, hanging out with his fellow students and doing as the Recess Gang say

Dislikes: Being picked on, being bullied by bullies (especially Gelman), troublemakers causing trouble (mainly Lawson) and being framed by troublemakers



TriviaEdit

His first name was stated Bradley; his last name hasn't been revealed.

Although he played an important part in the episode "Teacher's Lounge," Cryer Kid remained a background character for the rest of the series.

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