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Mr. Lisp is a rich businessman who plans world dominations. He is the overarching antagonist of Spy Kids.




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Lisp hired Fegan Floop and Alexander Minion to build himself an army. Things haven't really made much progress. The first few billion dollars given to Floop was used to mutate captured OSS agents-- who were either thought to be protecting the Third Brain or infiltrating the castle to rescue their captured comrades-- which he used as characters for his TV show, and the Thumb-Thumbs. Floop then demonstrated to Lisp a small hint of his requested army, two of the robot children he had built (they resemble Lisp's son, Johnny, and the president's daughter). But the robots are in still need of their brains. Lisp, running out of patience, gave him a two-day deadline to finish the army, or else everything given to Floop will be lost. He is then escorted back to his helicopter by the two robot kids painfully as they grab both his arms hard and Lisp shouts in pain on the way out.

Two days later, Lisp and his men approached Floop's castle in their helicopters. Minion, who had taken charge of the project, told the army is complete and Floop is indisposed. As Lisp made an entrance to the castle, he was welcomed by Minion and Ms. Gradenko, an ex-member of the OSS. Floop suddenly then announced a problem to Minion, who decided to check the situation. When he came back, Minion had fused hands and three additional heads on his original. Soon, Gregorio and Ingrid Cortez of the OSS and their kids, Carmen and Juni confronted Lisp and his men, with Uncle Machete soon joining the fight. Minion then summoned the 500 robot children, impressing Lisp. The robots then charged at Lisp and his gang and began tossing them into the air, as Floop had reprogrammed them.








  • He, along with Ms. Gradenko and Tick Tock, are the only villains not to be reformed.
  • There's a Philadelphia punk band that shares the same name as Mr. Lisp.
  • In the August 1999 cast draft of the first film, Mr. Lisp and Devlin were originally one character called Devlin Lisp, who would've betrayed the Cortezes. They ended up being split into two characters in the final cut.[1]