The characters of The Jetsons include: Jetson, the patriarch of the Jetson family. He is the husband of Jane and the father of Judy and Elroy Jetson. His personality is that of a well-meaning, caring father, but he is often befuddled and stressed out by the problems of both his work and family lives.
In addition to getting fired every episode, George is also on the receiving end of a lot of slapstick. He hates it when other men flirt with Jane. Has a cartoonishly large nose. Although he's oogled a few other women, he really does love his wife, Jane. His wife Jane is a redhead; coincidentally George is one too.
Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He may be bossy and loud, but he deeply loves his family. He's overprotective of Judy because of how boy-crazed she is. His voice got higher and goofier in the 80's revival and movie. Elroy Jetson, the only son and youngest child of the family. Good grades, a genius with technology, and he's also quite the athlete. A futuristic version of the same. He's gifted with technology having built several robots and gadgets throughout the show's run. Wise Beyond His Years: He's very intelligent for someone still in elementary school.
Janet Waldo , Tiffany , Danica Mc Kellar Judith "Judy" Angela Jetson is the sixteen-year-old daughter of George and Jane Jetson who acts just like a normal teenage girl only with more futuristic tastes. Her default outfit shows off a little bit of the belly. She usually acts much like a typical rebellious American teenage daughter whose interests include clothes, hanging out with boys, and revealing secrets to her diary. Judy is very fond of a futuristic rock singer named "Jet Screamer".
She enjoys shopping, boys, and fashions. She's obsessed with boys, to the point where George often feels uncomfortable. Represented in the theme song by a wild jazz trumpet solo, courtesy of Pete Candoli. She has white hair and is an attractive teenager.
Judy is this for no boy in particular. Often, the object of her affections will be some famous rock star, whom she inevitably meets and then forgets about by the next episode. She actually does look like her mother. She is the wife of George and the mother of Judy and Elroy Jetson. She doesn't appreciate George ogling another woman. She has terrible driving skills, turning her driving instructor, a gangster and her husband into nervous wrecks "Jane's Driving Lesson".
She genuinely loves and supports George. She is a homemaker although it is Rosie who does most of the work. Although she is usually pleasant natured, she is quite protective of her family and she can be angered whenever they are threatened. Mum Looks Like a Sister: She doesn't look any different than Judy.
In the first episode it is revealed that she's She's sweet, motherly, and tries to be kind to everyone. Though she has her limits. Don Messick , Frank Welker Astro is the family dog. Don't lay a finger on George or Elroy; he'll make you regret it. He can talk, but it doesn't mean he's too bright. He does get George hurt through his own stupidity as shown in the ending credits, but he means well.
Although most of what he says starts with an R. Rosie, the Robot Maid Voiced by: In the original run from the 60s she appeared in only two episodes. Not the case in the 80's revival where she regularly appeared. Possibly the Trope Codifier. Usually she makes sarcastic comments. She was introduced by a robot salesperson as an "old-fashioned" model in the very first episode she appeared.
Other characters Voiced by: While he was usually portrayed as a Mean Boss to George in the series, in The Movie he veers into straightforward Corrupt Corporate Executive territory, without almost any of his redeeming qualities of the series. While he isn't exactly a bad man, he is often the main antagonist of George in many chapters and plots focused in him. And effectively he is the main antagonist of The Movie.
Shows shades of this in the main series. He's greedy and has fired George, at least once an episode. Veers straightly in this territory in The Movie: George Jetson Job Security: He's basically the Donald Trump of cartoons; in that he's often firing people.
His temper goes off once an episode. To his wife Stella. He can be harsh towards his employees, especially George, but he cares for them too. Especially when he's about to fire George. The most iconic example in media. He's often like this to George. For his size, he has a huge temper. He sounds almost unrecognisably soft spoken at the start of the original series. Mel Blanc gave him a more gravelly bellow as the series continued, especially in the 80s revival, by which point you'd wonder if Yosemite Sam were one of his ancestors.
Spencer Cogswell Corrupt Corporate Executive: He is a more straight-up example than Spacely, who is more a Mean Boss than these. Sure Spacely has Jerkass moments, but he does have redeeming qualities unlike Cogswell. He looks hardly any different from Fred Flintstone's boss, Mr. All of Spacely's abrasiveness, with none of the redeeming qualities.
He doubles on any of Spacely's vices as a businessman.