|First appearance:||Conker's Bad Fur Day (2001)|
|Character type:||Rideable Character
"I hate red! Go away!"
Bugger Lugs is a large, black bull that appears in the central grass field of the Poo Cabin in the Windy chapter of Conker's Bad Fur Day and Conker: Live & Reloaded. His appearance is based on Toro the Bull from the Looney Tunes/Merrie Melodies short "Bully For Bugs".
The Bull, like most stereotypical bulls, hates the color red, despite his eyes being red, and it just so happens that Conker is a Red Squirrel. After Conker opens up the valve to release some Prune Juice, a target appears. Conker has to make the Bull run into it. Hitting the target opens a gate allowing Marta the cow to enter the Bull's field.
In both games his role is the same (naturally). Conker must first get him to run into a target to let the cows into the pasture. Then he must have him run into the target on the wall, upon doing so the bull will be immobile, allowing Conker to get onto his back to ride him. His controls are simple; the control stick steers him (though it is difficult), and B makes him charge. Once Marta is on the grate (taking a dump) the bull must run into her and kill her. The same is done for the other two cows (presumably Mavis and Olive, cows Marta has mentioned before), but once more than the last. After the final cow, the bull bucks Conker off and is left standing on the grate, which cannot hold him. He makes a reference to his weight (referencing Fat Bastard off the Austin Powers trilogy) and falls through the grate. After Conker learns how to swim underwater, the bull can then be seen floating around underwater, dead.
- He slightly resembles BigButt from Banjo-Kazooie.
- His name is implied to be Bugger Lugs as referred to by Marta, but she also may just be insulting him as Bugger Lugs is also a term used to describe someone who is grumpy and rude. It is currently unknown whether this is his name or not.
- In Conker's Bad Fur Day he has black marks on the tip of his horns. In Conker: Live & Reloaded, he has blood on the tip of his horns.