- "I am a good person. People like me. I have many friends. I am good at what I do."
- — Dr. Bambillo
Dr. Bambillo wears a brown jacket over a white shirt with red tie. He is black and has a black flat top and a mustache. During the winter, he wears a black scarf and buttons up his jacket fully.
Dr. Bambillo is a fairly rude and arrogant person. He uses medically-themed insults such as "mental patient" and "human waste." As a psychiatrist, he often gossips about his patients, calling Gary "clinically delusional" (and also worrying about his being out of control) and refers to Damon as a "psycho." When talking to other townsfolk, he'll often suggest art therapy or other touchy-feely solutions for their problems. He makes an almost verbatum direct reference to the "I've got a fever, and the only prescription is more cowbell" line from Saturday Night Live while fighting, except that he says, "I've got a fever and the only prescription is more ass-whooping!"
Dr. Bambillo apparently owns Mental Dental in Bullworth Town. He holds a doctorate in psychiatry and a degree in anthropology. Ironically, given his profession, he's personally insecure, and reassures himself of his standing in society. He can also be encountered superstitiously trying to avoid the cracks on the sidewalks for fear of bad luck, and he worries about whether he gave a patient the wrong dosage amongst many other things. Dialogue from him indicates that he violates numerous clinical ethics, such as hitting patients. He freaks out irrationally when a rat is thrown in front of him, possibly indicating musophobia. His conversational dialogue states that he thinks he may be emotionally attached to some of his patients. He appears to have a habit of forgetting if he locked his car or not.
Role in gameEdit
Dr. Bambillo does not play any major role in the game, but he gives Jimmy an errand to find his lost dog, and he is delivered a package of food by Jimmy on behalf of Mr. Huntingdon. A glitch can happen during Chapter 1 where Dr. Bambillo can appear on campus before the gates open.