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J.W. is the hidden main antagonist of Tom and Jerry: The Fast and the Furry. He is voiced by John DiMaggio. He is the CEO of the Fabulous Super Race. But his real occupation is a ruthless, dangerous, mean hunter. His only concern is the TV ratings, so he keeps having Tom Cat, whose rotten attitude what the audience loves, brought back into the race whenever Tom gets driven off the course, in order to keep his TV ratings up. He was at first kind, no-nonsense, happy, selfless, nice, cheerful, sweet and helpful. He is later mean, evil, dangerous, cold-blooded, ruthless, aggressive, murderous, rude, power-hungry and bad. He is the main henchman, deputy, and partner-in-crime to the President of Hollywood. He is the Dragon-in-Chief and the Big Bad Wannabe of the movie. Before his arrest, He was violently clobbered by Tom and Jerry before being zapped to a pile of dust.

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  • J.W. is similar to similar villains:
    • King Candy from Wreck-It Ralph:
      • Both are kings of races (The Fabulous Super Race and Sugar Rush)
      • Both have assistants (Irving and Sour Bill)
      • Both meet the main protagonists (Tom and Jerry to J.W., Wreck-It Ralph to King Candy)
      • Both started out to be good
      • Both revealed their true nature to the protagonists (J.W. is revealed to be a ruthless hunter who wants to extend the Fabulous Super Race, King Candy is revealed to be Turbo, who plots to destroy Sugar Rush)
      • Both were defeated while their assistants reform (J.W. gets arrested and King Candy gets burnt by lava)
    • Chester V from Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2.
      • Both are former idols/heroes turned true enemies of the protagonist (Tom and Flint Lockwood.)
      • Both of their true villainy is revealed near the end.
      • Both fail to kill the protagonist's loved ones in the last instant just as the protagonist saves them (J.W. fails to kill Tom as Jerry pushes him away; Chester fails to kill Flint's friends as Flint manages to use the button to move them away from food making machine, which would have turned them into food.)
      • Both get their comeuppance (J.W. is berated by Irving and arrested, just before he can kill Tom and Jerry again; Chester is eaten by a giant cheesespider just before he can escape.)
    • Henry J. Waternoose III from Monsters. Inc.
      • Both try to hide their villainy.
      • Both have former diabolical henchmen (Irving and Randall Boggs.)
      • Both have evil plans of their own (J.W. plots to obey the President of Hollywood's orders and extend the Fabulous Super Race, Waternoose plots to kidnap the children and extract their screams).
      • Both are the former CEO of a company.
      • Both trap the protagonists (J.W. and Irving trap Tom and Jerry in Antarctica; Waternoose traps Mike and Sulley in the Himalayas.)
      • Both get defeated and arrested for their crimes.
    • Tzekel-Kan from The Road to El Dorado.
      • Both were originally loyal to an official (Biff Buzzard and Buzz Blister to J.W.; Chief Tannabok to Tzekel-Kan).
      • Both later betrayed the official for a different plan.
      • Both worked alongside a powerful figure, only to get betrayed in the end (The President of Hollywood and Hernan Cortes).
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