James Isaac Neutron is an extremely intelligent boy who uses scientific knowledge and inventions to solve problems, most of which he causes himself. He is 10 years old in the first season, 11 in the second season, and 12 in the third and final season. His name is a reference to Isaac Newton.  He is the son of Judy and Hugh Neutron. Although he is a genius, he is a kid at heart and has more often than not proven so. Due to the events in Retroville, Jimmy is key in resolving most situations. Jimmy will usually exclaim “Gotta think. . . ” when he begins formulating a solution for the dilemma, accessing a vast wealth of information gathered during the dilemma. Once he has developed a plan, he usually exclaims “Brain blast!”, his catchphrase. His best friends are Sheen Estevez, Carl Wheezer and his robot dog Goddard. He and Cindy Vortex have a dislike for each other, although it is revealed in later episodes that they secretly love each other.
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