The show mostly revolves around the freaky citizens of Eastmoor, Texas. The Show also features parodies, heavy weapons, bleeped out profanity and senseless but humorous violence. The show mostly depends on parodies and spoof as it's primary form of comedy. While Alex Cromwell is largely responsible for plot direction and script writing, most of the actors ad-libbed their own lines and invented their own ideas and personas.
These characters have appeared on more than one episode with major parts.
- Johnny Darkness
Johnny Darkness, a Metalhead, that lives in the town of Eastmoor, Texas. Throughout the series, Johnny is bothered by Booger's frequent Country Music which has resulted in violent action from Johnny (Season One Only). Johnny also plays in a band. He also has been known for his trademark sunglasses, which he wears every episode. Even though he hates Booger, Johnny rather be on his side than a terrorists. Johnny can be killed off if the viewer made the wrong choice in episode 42, Though this may be considered non-canon. In the other endings, Johnny moved to Wisconsin to spy on the Wisconsin Cheese Terrorists.
- Booger J. Johnson
Booger, a redneck, that loves country music and plays it almost 24 hours a day. He speaks in a thick Southern United States accent and is portrayed as extremely stupid and foolish. Throughout the series, Booger has been killed and then has come back to life. He always wears a green hat and a green short sleeve shirt and a boonie hat. No one has ever seen his entire face. Booger began a country music career at the end of the series.
- Bret Mitchells
A singer in a hit band known as "Poisoned",he calls everyone "Baby" portraying stereotypical super stardom. As confirmed by the creator, "Bret Mitchells is a parody of Bret Michaels. Bret is also fond of a liquid drug called "Monkey Space Juice" which is so good that he can see purple. Bret Mitchells marketed his own brand of Monkey Space Juice at the end of the show, but it was later banned because of illegal substances found in it.
A Drunken Insane Jester who belonged to bands like Barking Insane Robot Klowns and The Puppy Kickers. Mckenzie was the singer for Johnny's Band. He has outbreaks of insanity at times and has been known to kill people. Mckenzie re-opened his casino at the end of Season 3, only to have it shut down because of cheating blackjack dealers.
Bert is one of Johnny's trusted bandmates. He talks sometimes and is portrayed as being a retard, but able to get the job done. Bert became a professor at Eastmoor Tech University, but was later fired for being 'too intelligent'.
- Alex Cromwell
Creator of The Eastmoor Project, He appears to dress like Alex Delarge from A Clockwork Orange on some episodes, in addition he also is much more insane than the real person. He is quite derranged and has a pet black cat named Sherri. He also seems to have a very angry jack russel.
- The Chrome
A secret society that is the enemy of Alex Cromwell and the characters of The Eastmoor Project. They wear chrome masks and listen to Haddaway on their CD player.
Stereotypical perverted gay person, Gaysha has her own cooking show on the Freaky Gay Guy Cooking Network.
- Bob Sock
The most evil sock puppet on the face of the planet! He is the record producer of the Johnny Darkness Band. He is also the leader of the Chrome. He has ruined careers of musicans and bands like Jon Bovi and Metal Lica.
Not much is known about PervertGoat, it is assumed that it is perverted and dressed like a goat. He also has a pet goat and has a poster of Catwoman actress Julie Newmar on his wall. He can be seen harrassing various people at Zob Rombie's Halloween Freak Fest.
List of Episodes
The Eastmoor Project has received criticism for making for of groups/people and for being violent in nature. In response to criticism of the large amount of violence in season 2, season 3 episodes cut back considerably on the level of violence, with blood being in small quantities or censored by black and white filters. Stereotypes were also cut back in season 3 up until episode 42 where stereotypical aspects were seen in full force.