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Ted Thompson
Clique Jocks
Gender Male
Kissable No
Missions This Is Your School
Jock Boss Fight
Making a Mark
Complete Mayhem
Voice Actor Alex Cendese
"Sniff my jockstrap, punk!"
— Ted

Ted Thompson is a character in Bully, and is the leader of the Jocks at Bullworth Academy. He was voiced by Alex Cendese.

Character description

Ted is the only medium-sized Jock other than Bo. He has dark brown hair, blue eyes, and is referred to as "pretty-boy" by Jimmy. He is generally seen wearing slate grey school slacks, a Letterman jacket half-way buttoned up, and white gym shoes with blue laces. In the wintertime, he simply buttons up his jacket and wears beige school slacks. During the mission Complete Mayhem, he's seen wearing his football jersey alongside his school slacks.

A mistake on the official Bully website stated his name as Ted Sinclair.


Ted is rarely seen without Damon, and he also dates Mandy. He is the star quarterback of the Bullworth Bullhorns football team as well as the team captain. His team number is 0 (not to be confused with Bo's number of 00). He is apparently so successful in football that he even has his own personal trainer and often asks people to call him whenever he is hurt or loses a fight.

Ted is very into "scoring" with girls, and he's quite misogynistic; his campaign for the School Presidential Elections consists of banners saying "Don't be a nerd, be a man, vote for Ted" with pictures of him with Mandy and Christy. He also intends to make moves on Ms. Philips as soon as he graduates. He is also obsessed with football, with most of his dialogue consisting mainly of football references. His insults usually combine these football metaphors with "your mom" jokes, for example, he will sometimes say "Your mom catches my long bomb!". While fighting he also throws football references into the mix such as "I'm penetrating your defense!". He is also indicated to be not particularly bright, as his idea of a history-making prank was for Jimmy to take a dump on the steps of town hall.

Surprisingly, despite being the clique leader of the Jocks, who are on top of the school's clique hierarchy, Ted is the weakest clique leader in the game aside from Earnest, mainly because of his 200 HP which is relatively low for someone of this position. Although still a good fighter and capable of defeating the average Bullworth student and clique member in combat, without stat modifications he is very unlikely to defeat Derby, Johnny, or Edgar, and is hopeless against Russell. Due to normally being weaker than Damon, the latter sometimes talks behind Ted's back, saying that the Jocks would be more respected if he led the faction and occasionally claims he's the real leader of the Jocks. However, whenever Damon is around Ted, he acts very servile and tends to repeat everything Ted says. It's probable that the real reason Ted is the clique leader is simply because he's the star quarterback and the Football team's captain.

Justin aspires to be his friend, despite the fact that they're in different cliques. Ted also mockingly calls Algie his "little buddy".

Ted shares a last name with Sheldon Thompson. However, since they're of different races, Sheldon's last name was given on the Soundboard which gave Ted a different last name, and Thompson is a common last name anyway, it's highly unlikely they're related.

Role in game

Ted campaign poster

Poster for Ted's School Presidential campaign.

As the clique leader of the Jocks, Ted is mainly off screen during the game. He appears three times in Chapter 1, first in the Cafeteria watching Damon and Juri arm-wrestle, second in the football field training with the team, and later in the audience alongside Damon and Mandy during Jimmy's fight with Russell. He runs for class president against Earnest in Chapter 1, but doesn't make an actual appearance during that mission although posters of him are hung all around the school. After that, he doesn't appear until the start of Chapter 4, where he and Damon bully Pete by knocking him down and stepping on him.

Ted remains behind the scenes right until Jimmy's fight with him on the football field. He hurls explosive-rigged footballs at Jimmy, but is defeated when Jimmy throws the balls back and uses them to knock out Ted's linemen. Eventually Jimmy knocks out all of Ted's defenders. Without them, Ted doesn't put up much of a fight, and is knocked out as soon as Jimmy tackles or punches him.

During the mission Making a Mark, Ted is seen kissing up to Jimmy and comments on how he is running the school so fairly. Ted is the one that has the idea of a history making prank, which was for Jimmy to take a dump on the steps of town hall. He also chases off Petey when he tries to talk to Jimmy about some problems. Gary later manages to turn Ted and the Jocks against Jimmy, but unlike the other clique leaders, he isn't seen during The Gym is Burning. During the school-wide riot, Ted, along with Damon and Bo, vandalizes the Library.

Unused dialogue for Complete Mayhem reveals that originally, after Jimmy defeated all of the clique leaders, Seth would block the way towards the main building, then Ted would join in, telling him that “You better let Jimmy in” and help Jimmy beat the prefect up. A video about this can be found here:  https://youtu.be/d63DJI-A-Jg

Meeting Ted During Free Roam

  • In the mission The Slingshot, if you end the mission early by knocking out Gary with the slingshot, or by jumping out of the tree, you can walk over to Ted, who will be in his football gear. He is located towards the middle of the group, and his jersey number is 0.


  • If enabled to free roam via hex editor, he will be as territorial as Damon, attacking the Nerds (or Jimmy, if his Jock respect is below 50%) that walk around the fountain.
  • He shares the same last name as Flash Thompson from the Spiderman comics, who is also a star football player and frequently bullies people, it is unknown if this was intentional or a coincidence however.
  • Ted has an unused style. The main aspects of it is that he has an unique block, can block Jimmy’s unblockable attacks, can recover faster from breaker attacks, and is able to dodge projectiles. He likely blocks much more often than the other Jocks, too. It’s possible that this style went unused because it would make Ted more up to par with the other clique leaders (Aside from Earnest), which would diminish Damon’s status as the toughest jock and his claims that the clique would be more respected if he led it since he is stronger than Ted. A video featuring this style can be found.
  • In the boss fight against Ted, Jimmy is told to "Sack Ted" to finally beat him and get the Jocks under Jimmy's control. "Sacking" means "to tackle (the quarterback) behind the line of scrimmage before the quarterback is able to throw a pass", in other words, just tackle Ted before he gets too far. This is why Ted has such low health during the fight against him and his clique during The Big Game.