He is in the Fourth Grade (later the Fifth) and spends most of his time with Miss Finster or spying for her. Just about every kid that inhabits the playground has a strong demise for him - due to his dismay as a snitch.
Miss Finster trusts Randall more than anyone and even entrusted Randall with a personal key to the playground ball storage room, which he has been known to abuse. He is voiced by Ryan O'Donohue.
He has auburn hair and slightly slanted eyes - much like Spinelli. He is hunched in an Igor sort of way, probably due to his bad posture, or because he looks up to both his parents and Miss Finster as his role model. He wears a blue t-shirt, grey trousers, and grey shoes. He has weasel-like features.
Randall is the most hated kid in school for his snitching ways, resulting in him being banned from the Fifth and Sixth Graders' Club. There are times he wants to be accepted but won't stop snitching since he has a friendship with Miss Finster. He also has a standard for snitching, as there are certain things he won't tell on a person for. He sometimes can be an antagonist to the gang. For example, he took over the playground with Menlo in the episode "Partners in Crime."
Randall and Finster have a special friendship. Randall's possible other friends are Barry and Scribe Kid as they, along with Menlo, were all on the same soccer team in the episode "Soccer Boy" and were together at Menlo's Birthday Party in the episode "Some Friend." It is also hinted, in the episode "Randall's Friends," that he has a crush on Spinelli.
- Randall is generally disliked by everyone at Third Street due to his status as a snitch.
- In the feature-length movie "Recess: Taking the Fifth Grade," he was the only Fifth/Sixth Grader that was banned from the Fifth and Sixth Graders' Club. It was stated that this was due to his snitching ways.
- Randall shares the same voice actor as Digger Dave.
- In the episode "The Madness of King Bob," he is mistakenly referred to as Randall C. Weems in lieu of the correct Randall J. Weems (although this may just be a mistake on the part of Hustler Kid.)
- In the episode "Lawson and His Crew," Randall was the equivalent of Gus in Lawson's crew.
- It is said that Randall wrote the code of the Snitch Life.
- Randall appears to be in various classes with little consistency between episodes.
- As demonstrated in the episode "Prince Randall," he has many high-tech, spying devices, which he uses.
- Randall was born either born in 1988 or 1989.
- Randall learned his snitching abilities from his father, who was a snitch as a boy (and still is.)
- Randall was the right-hand man of T.J. in the episode "Economics of Recess."
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