"Why do you got to be so... lumpatious?"
Punko (by Jepson)
Los Angeles, California
Jepson (older brother)
Jepson being tortured
Jepson picking him up
Lucas is a minor character on Sam & Cat. He is portrayed by Cole Sand.
He was at Bots, eating with Sam and Cat while they were babysitting him. Unfortunately, his older brother Jepson, who was hated by everyone, was picking him up, much to his dismay. When Jepson arrived, Lucas called him "lumpatious", believing that it was a word. Jepson laughed it off so Sam and Cat tried to convince him that it was a word, but he didn't believe them. Sam and Cat made a bet with him that if they could prove that "lumpatious" is a word, he would walk around in a bikini. If they couldn't, they would have to drink his sweat. Later in the week, Lucas ate at Bots with Sam, Cat, and Dice. Dice was complaining about his noodles being too long, then Jepson arrived. Lucas told him that their mom was picking him up instead, but Jepson said that he just came to give them a preview of sweat drinking by squeezing some into Cat's drink, much to her disgust. To get back at him, Sam almost broke his pinkie. After Jepson left and Sam and Cat as well, Lucas called over Tandy to cut Dice's noodles. After Sam and Cat put "lumpatious" in the dictionary, they, Lucas, and Jepson went to Inside-out Burger where they had Jepson stand on a table while wearing the bikini. To make it worse for him, Lucas tells a motorcycle gang that Jepson thinks that "motorcycles are for wusses". He then leaves with Sam and Cat before the motorcycle gang beat up Jepson.
Lucas is a nice kid except to Jepson. Even Sam doesn't mind being around him. He appears polite, for example by calling Tandy "Sir robot" while everyone else names him by his name.
Like everyone else, Lucas hates Jepson because he is a mean bully, despite the two being brothers.
Lucas: That guy over there said that motorcycles are for wusses.
Lucas: That guy's noodles are too long.
- He's the only known kid babysat who has a teenaged older sibling.
- He hates Jepson as much as everyone else.
- He's one of the few kids Sam tolerates.
- He's the only babysat kid who wasn't shown in Apartment 22.