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"Sometimes it's OK to get dirty."
— Kevin, Animal Crossing: New Leaf
"Sometimes it's OK to get dirty."
Species Personality Gender
Pig Jock Male
Birthday April 26th
Initial phrase weeweewee
Initial clothes After School Jacket
Appearances Animal Crossing: New Leaf
Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer

Kevin (イノッチ, Inotchi) is a jock, pig villager in the Animal Crossing series. He first appeared in Animal Crossing: New Leaf. His name is a reference to the American actor Kevin Bacon, and his catchphrase may be a reference to the children's nursery rhyme, "This Little Piggy."


Kevin is an orange pig with dark brown stripes on the side of his head, similar to a tabby cat's. He has large black dots as his eyes. He has freckles on his cheeks. His ears flop down, and are visibly light blue on the inside. He has a typical cartoon pig's light pink snout. His initial outfit, the After School Jacket, is a red shirt under a black jacket.


Below is a brief description of the jock personality. For more information, click here.

Kevin is a villager under the jock personality, as a jock he will appear competitive and brotherly to the player. He will usually ask the player to participate in his contests, either catching a bug or fish. He will appear concerned about the player's fitness, along with unintentionally offending snooty or lazy villagers, as they appear to have conflicting lifestyles. The jock personality is considered the male equivalent to peppy villagers, as a result Kevin will get along with those villagers, along with uchi and other jock villagers. He will be easy to befriend if the player wins his contests or always takes his side when having arguments with other villagers.


Since Kevin's house seems to be themed after a park, some players may mistake him for a lazy villager. His house consists of a Phone Box, two Cupid Benches, a Barber's Pole, an Iron Frame, a Steamroller and a Sawhorse. His CD Player plays K.K. Island.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
French Jean-Bon Pun on the noun "Jambon" meaning "ham"

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