Vincent is probably my other "favourite child" aside from Nick.
He's a TV-head cat that I tend to draw with no anatomy whatsoever. He's kind of like Urnam's character, Radium, in that sense.
Vincent has a static arm on his right side. He lost it somehow, but never to fret. Because he's (part-television I guess,) he grew a new arm. It isn't like a regular paw, and has clunky, large claws at the end of his large static arm. The arm tends to glitch a lot. Sometimes, when he is extremely angry or distressed, it starts to glitch up so much that he is unable to use it to stand, and must use his other three legs as support.
Vincent is very nice, slightly shy, and a pushover. He speaks in either binary code, or switches channels to create an audio cut to form a sentence. Sometimes, he'll let his friends watch television on his face, as he sits patiently. He'll do anything for his friends, but if they were ever to abuse his kindness, well, he couldn't do much about it. Vincent would be very hurt, but wouldn't hold a grudge for too long.
To kill Vincent, the only way is to smash his TV head or damage it in some way beyond repair. If you damage his body, it will eventually heal, but if you were to damage it to a certain point, it would turn to static. Vincent can survive with his entire body being static, but that would make him much weaker and have less control over his body. If he were to get emotional/upset/angry when in this form, tremors and glitches would rack his whole body and leave him immobile on the ground.
When he is sleeping, the television will turn to static, emitting a low glow. His former right front arm was purple, so there is a purple tinge to his static (optional). His tail drips blue ink.