|Relationship||E-Scope (broken up)|
|Friends||Chef Hatchet, E-Scope, Interns, Justin|
|Enemies||Duncan, Harold, Owen|
Chris claims in Monster Cash that the reason why the film lot was abandoned is because the monster went out of control. Its job is to capture each cast member and place them into a bouncehouse near the trailers. It's face is never actually seen throughout the episode up until the very end, when it leans down in front of Duncan and Owen, the last two remaining castmates. It is able to capture everyone, but Owen, who is too heavy to be picked up by the monster, resulting in the machine breaking down. Izzy claims to have gone on a "romantic date" with the monster after it caught everyone. The "date" presumably took place at night when Owen was heading towards the bounce house full of contestants, as Izzy had disappeared during this time. However, she says, "I am so over that monster!" when it crushes the girls' trailer that they earn.
The monster returns again in The Princess Pride. This time it is dressed as a dragon for the second part of the episode's challenge, in which either Justin, Duncan, or Harold has to save Princess Courtney from a tower being guarded by the dragon (monster). It is once again controlled by Chef Hatchet. In this episode, Justin shuts it down with some assistance from Harold, but the shut-down isn't permanent.
In Mutiny on the Soundstage, Duncan has to kiss the monster to pass the challenge. The monster is not controlled by Chef, but instead is controlled by a blond intern. Duncan succeeds in this challenge.
In week one of Best. Game. Ever., the monster is seen to have stepped on a staff member.
- The monster is a parody of a Japanese movie-monster, Godzilla. There are also references to the monster, Clover, from Cloverfield.
- In Mutiny on the Soundstage, Chef said the monster is the alien from the alien movie. However, Chef was the alien, and the monster played no part in the alien challenge.