Marvin is a precocious, chubby, red-headed two-year-old who considers himself to be the center of the universe…and the boss of his family.
Marvin’s challenged parents are in a never-ending battle for truth, justice and the dream of one day getting their son potty-trained.
Marvin’s parents remember (vaguely) when they had free time. That was, of course, before Marvin came into their lives. But while the Millers realize that caring for a baby, especially one like Marvin, is more than a full-time job, they are thrilled to be parents.
Roy and Bea
Marvin’s doting grandparents who live with him. Roy works part-time delivering pizzas, while Bea works full-time spoiling Marvin with her homemade chocolate-chip cookies.
The family mutt who “tolerates” Marvin and considers him to be his intellectual inferior.
Grandma and Grandpa’s plant-chewing, trash-dumping, mail-carrier-chasing, angry little Schnauzer.