(formerly): Sweet, nerdy, shy, lack of self-control
(later (since he saw Sulley's won of Scare Games)): Mean, selfish, ruthless, cunning, sneaky, crafty, unscrupulous
Monsters, Inc.: Henry J. Waternoose III and Fungus (formerly)
Monsters University: Johnny Worthington III (former), Roar Omega Roar (former), Dean Hardscrabble, Professor Knight, Mike Wazowski
Crossover Material: Sid Phillips, Hopper, Al McWhiggin, Stinky Pete, Scar, Maleficent, Disney Villains
Monsters, Inc.: Sulley, Mike, Boo, Celia Mae, Henry J. Waternoose, Fungus,Roz and the CDA
Monsters University: Oozma Kappa, the Librarian, Sulley, Johnny Worthington III, Roar Omega Roar
Being the best scarer, getting his way, Mike (sometimes as a college student), the "cool kids" (formerly), messing with Sulley, messing with Mike (sometimes as an adult)
Not being the best scarer, anyone who gets in his way, Fungus being too slow, kids, Sulley, Sulley being happy, Mike (sometimes as an adult), getting bashed in the head, the "cool kids" (currently)
"Do you hear that? It's the wind of change...."
"I'll take good care of the kid!"
"If I don't see another door in my station in 5 seconds, I will personally put you THROUGH THE SHREDDER!!!!"
"That's the last time I lose to you, Sullivan."
Randall "Randy" Boggs is the main, later secondary antagonist in Disney/Pixar's 2001 film Monsters, Inc., and the tertiary antagonist in its 2013 prequel Monsters University. He is voiced by Steve Buscemi.
In Monsters University, Randall is seen as a young and pimple-faced teenager. He sometimes wears his purple glasses.
In Monsters, Inc., Randall has 3 fronds, green eyes, 4 arms and legs and has the ability to completely blend in with his surroundings, making him invisible (as well as being able to cling to walls). He can also camouflage like a chameleon.
In Monsters University, Randall was originally a kind, timid teenage monster who would hang out with Mike. However, after Mike was forced to befriend Sulley and stopped associating with Randall, he felt hurt and this caused him to slowly turn on Mike and become his new enemy, even though he kinda betrayed Mike in the first place.
In Monsters, Inc., Randall is greedy, ruthless, sneaky, short-tempered, and overall evil in nature. He is also a selfish, arrogant jerk who doesn't care about a lot of people. As well, Randall is something of a backstabber as he had betrayed his own partner Waternoose by coming up with another plan to kill him if his main plot worked out.