"I command you to listen to me!"
Father (Wide-shoe seller)
Sam Puckett, His father's job
Dilben is the son of a man who sells wide-footed shoes to wide-footed women, which he is quite embarrassed of. He gets so out of hand with it that he falsely tells his tenants that his father is the landlord. He bosses Sam and Cat around for having a goat and not being over 18 years old, which violates the contract of the building. His father eventually catches him and ends his evil scheme.
Dilben is a rude and bossy boy. He likes to boss around the residents of the building by acting like the landlord's son.
Dilben and his father have a bad relationship because Dilben is embarrassed by his father's job, in which he sells shoes to wide-footed women. Dilben's dad is also angry with him for his choice of wearing capes.
His relationship with Sam is a bad one. He seems to have more issues with Sam than Cat since Cat always tries to be nice to him on account of being the "son" of the landlord. Every single time he went to Sam and Cat's apartment, he wounds up leaving with his clothes switched and losing his cape.
Sam: [Opens the door] Yeah?
Dilben: Let me in!
Dilben: [Walks into the apartment] Thank you! Ahoy! I knew I smelt an animal!
Dilben: You're not allowed to have that beast in this building.
Sam: Why are you wearing a cape?
Dilben: Because I am.
Sam: Are you a magician?
Dilben: No! I wear a cape because I like capes.
Sam: Weirdos like capes.
Dilben: See this here? [Holds out piece of paper]
Dilben: This paper.
Sam: Did something poop on your forehead?
Dilben: I command you to listen to me! This says residents of this building may keep cats or small dogs. No other animals allowed.
Sam: Are caped weirdos allowed?
Dilben: You're new to this building aren't you?
Dilben: Well, I happen to be a big deal around here. And you have one day to get rid of that goat.
Sam: That's not a goat.
Dilben: "Is too."
Sam: It's a cat.
Dilben: That's a lie.
Sam: Small dog.
Dilben: Another lie!
Sam: So, you have no friends?
Dilben: Irrelevant! Sign this to show you have been warned about your goat.
Sam: I'm not signing anything.
Dilben: You will sign it. Or I won't leave.
- Dilben pretended that the landlord of the building was his father.
- Dilben's father sells wide-footed shoes to wide-footed women, and Dilben is embarrassed by that.
- Dilben likes wearing capes, which his father doesn't like.
- He is disliked by Cat, Sam, Dice and Nona.
- He claims to be unpopular.
- He seems to have a habit of invading privacy.
- He seems somewhat similar to Nevel Papperman from iCarly.
- The cape and the curled hair could be a reference to Superman.