|This article is for the different forms that Boone Wiseman takes on missions in different dimensions.|
Forms are sorted in the alphabetical order of the worlds, with unknown/unnamed worlds listed at the bottom.
Normal appearanceWhen he isn't zapped into another dimension, Boone is tall and broad with brown hair and olive green eyes. He wears a black baseball cap with the bill pointed backwards, and he has braces. Also, he wears a pale green sleeveless shirt with stripes, camouflage cargo shorts, and black flip-flops.
In Alien World, Boone replaces an alien from the Purple People.
In Arabian World, Boone replaces a genie in a magic lamp.
Although bound to the lamp, Boone has magical powers that he can use to create or transform anything he likes.
In Ball World, Boone replaces a football.
Without arms or legs, Boone can only move by rolling and bouncing. Bouncing is hard for him to do, since he isn't round.
In Cereal World, Boone replaces the Be Well Beaver, a cereal mascot for a kale flakes cereal.
After eating kale, Boone gains strength and energy.
Boone is not fond of this form, unenthusiastic about kale but liking that it gives him power.
In Clown World, Boone replaces a clown police commissioner.
Boone contains the key to activate the giant whoopee cushion in his nose.
In Demon World, Boone replaces a human.
Boone is very terrified of this world, asking Sashi to lighten up while she reveals the mission and hoping Penn would carry him.
In Dinosaur Cowboy World, Boone replaces a western doctor.
At first, Boone loses his excitement for the world when he realizes that he is just a doctor with a stethoscope and a bag full of leeches. Later, once he and Penn discover that there are dinosaurs in this world, their happiness returns.
In Galaxy World, Boone replaces an alien.
In Giant Monster World, Boone is a giant ape monster with a horn on his head.
Boone has a lot of strength as a monster, albeit making it difficult for him to not create a lot of damage. He is also able to toot his horn.
In Knight World, Boone replaces a wizard.
With his magic staff, Boone can use magic, giving speed to the catapult Penn and Sashi ride to the castle.
In Musical Fairytale World, Boone replaces a fairy godmother.
With wings on his back, Boone can fly, and having a magic wand, Boone can transform or create things.
In part because he is angry at Penn, Boone brags that he pulls off his look better than Penn.
In the North Pole, Boone replaces one of Santa's reindeer.
Being a reindeer that pulls Santa's sleigh, Boone has the ability to fly, his antlers glowing green in the process.
In Ocean World, Boone replaces the wise crab man.
Boone is the only one able to open a magic lock that holds the magic trident. However, Boone is terrified of water, so Penn has to help him find a way to overcome his fear. At last, when Boone unintentionally breaks his jellyfish protection, Boone is exposed to the water and comes to enjoy it.
In Old English World, Boone replaces a playwright.
He calls his form "a fit for a Boone."
In Outer Space Court World, Boone replaces the chief supreme justice of the United States.
Boone doesn't have a physical appearance in this world. Instead, he takes on the role of the unseen narrator.
In Plush Toy World, Boone replaces a plush ape.
Given velcro hands, Boone proclaims himself with the best form out of the three. However, he has some issues with them when twice, he accidentally rips off Penn's left arm.
In Space World, Boone replaces a crew member on a spaceship.
In Superhero World, Boone replaces a superhero with a large brain.
He has telepathic abilities and can hover, though not fly.
In Temple World, Boone replaces an adventurer.
In Zombie World, Boone is a fast food manager.
He becomes a zombie by eating a burger because he eats when he gets nervous. He gets cured with the fries in the end, yet gets stuck in a loop of eating burgers and fries, reverting from zombie to normal, until Sashi knocks him out.
Boone occasionally gets carried away with his manager role, not taking Penn's attitude lightly.
Other unknown worlds
- Boone replaces an astronaut (seen on the poster)