"Thanks for the fun time, Hot Stuff!"
―Travis, to Angel

Travis is a minor character in Hazbin Hotel.

Appearance

Travis is a Demon of the avian variety, with owl-like "ears", facial disc and short, pointy beak. He has dark gray feathers all over his body with black claws for fingers. His torso has a resemblance to a trenchcoat. His face appears to be a lighter shade of gray with his left eye having a black sclera with a red iris in the shape of a heart. Lastly, he is seen wearing a black trilby with a gray stripe.

History

Travis is first seen at the beginning of the pilot, dropping off Angel Dust after the two finished performing unknown sexual acts in the car. After Angel told him not to disclose what they had done, he makes a crack at Angel before chuckling. Angel acts hurt by his statement and retorts by calling him a "sack of poorly packaged horse shit". He then tells him to say hi to his wife for him before kissing him and playfully calling him "snookums". Travis drives off, disgruntled and trying to repeat what Angel said, but is drowned out by tires squealing.

He makes a short appearance in the ADDICT music video during Angel Dust's pole dance. While admiring Angel up close, the latter kicks him in the face.

He also makes a cameo in the Helluva Boss episode "Spring Broken" among the demon clients who are reading Blitzo's flier.

Trivia

  • Most likely, Travis is bisexual or pansexual, since he has a wife and at the same time had a sexual relationship with Angel Dust.
  • Travis wears a trilby, a felt hat that was popular in the 1920s with regular horse racing. This may suggest that Travis arrived in Hell during this time, if he was human.
  • As shown in ADDICT music video, he is a regular patron of Angel Dust.
  • Travis seems to want to kill someone in the human world, as shown in the episode "Spring Broken".
  • He, alongside Blitzo and Moxxie, so far have made an appearance in both Hazbin Hotel and Helluva Boss as cameos.
  • He shares the same voice actor as Cletus and Wally Wackford.
    • They were all voiced by Broadway actor Don Daryl Rivera, who previously provided the singing voice for the character Jackson Wells on another project that Vivziepop made, Zoophobia.

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