The Inspector is usually accompanied by Sergeant Deux Deux. the Inspector usually tells Deux Deux, whenever Deux Deux says "Si",: "Don't say 'Sí', say 'Oui'", to which Deux Deux would reply "Sí, I mean 'Oui'". In Reaux, Reaux, Reaux Your Boat, Deux Deux was advised not to say "Oui-sick", but "Seasick". At a time of panic, Deux Deux exclaims "¡Holy frijoles!", meaning "Holy beans!". Sometimes, Deux Deux ends up as the winner, when he arrests the culprit, usually without much of a struggle, as in The Pique Poquette of Paris and Ape Suzette. While both characters bore the brunt of the slapstick, a sense of dedication to the police force and repeated attempts would achieve mixed success, as the Inspector and Deux Deux would generally either apprehend the wanted criminal or recover the item assigned to them. Pat Harrington, Jr. provided the voice for the Inspector and also supplied the voice of the Inspector's assistant, Spanish gendarme named Deux Deux, a common French nickname for Eduard/Eduardo. The frustrated Commissioner was voiced primarily by Paul Frees. Larry Storch, Marvin Miller, and Mark Skor also alternated providing the Commissioner's voice as well.