Brad Green

Brad Green

Brad Green is a fictitious character from the YouTube comedy series The Lenny Leggo Show. He is a fictitious (even from the character's point of view) man portrayed on a Kooky the Beaver PSA who is claimed to have lived his entire life in poverty. The PSA is designed to teach children to stay in school. He was portrayed by Aaron Cosby himself, the creator of The Lenny Leggo Show.

Life StoryEdit

The fictitious story of Brad Green in the PSA starts out with him playing "Five Nights at Freddy's 2" on his computer. His mother (we only see the said person's hand from behind the door) comes in and tells Brad that he needs to do his homework. Brad complains about this task, instead stating that he'd rather sit on his computer all day. The footage immediately freeze-frames, converts to gray-scale, and zooms in on Brad as sad piano music begins playing. The narrator (also Aaron Cosby) explains during an also gray-scale montage of Brad Green weeping and throwing himself on his floor. The narrator tells us that Brad Green eventually reached poverty and became a loser, having failed to find a job due to extreme laziness and lack of education.

At this point, Kooky's voice is heard telling the viewing children that "staying on the computer too much and failing school, ISN'T KOOL!". At this point, we notice that in fine print, it states that Brad's story is actually fictitious and never happened at all in the Lenny Leggo Universe.


  • Brad Green is not animated despite the fact that The Lenny Leggo Show is. This is actually because the ad was originally created for the prototype incarnation "The Lenny Lego Show", which was not animated and also featured regular humans (The main characters were actually bedroom toys during this incarnation) from time to time.
  • In the original advertisement, Brad's mother mis-presents his name as "Tommy". This mistake was not noticed until several months after its original creation, when it was being altered to add Kooky in replacement of a miscellaneous dinosaur character who played the same role when the ad was to be used for The Lenny Lego Show.
  • There is a typo in the micro-print at the bottom of the screen in the last few seconds. The word "Learning" is misspelled as "Leraning". This was an unintentional typo, however, it was decided to leave the typo as is, as it was believed that it would make the commercial funnier.