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* Despite his small size, Mini-Me is a powerful and effective fighter, once giving Austin a considerable thrashing until the spy took advantage of his small size and flushed him out into space through a toilet. Despite being a clone of Dr. Evil, Mini-Me is shown to be far stronger and tougher than his larger counterpart as seen in ''Goldmember'' when they are lifting weights in prison. He was also given a significant beating in ''Goldmember'', in which he was tied in a pillowcase by Austin and slammed through shelves and glass tables, only to stand up without a scratch.
 
* Despite his small size, Mini-Me is a powerful and effective fighter, once giving Austin a considerable thrashing until the spy took advantage of his small size and flushed him out into space through a toilet. Despite being a clone of Dr. Evil, Mini-Me is shown to be far stronger and tougher than his larger counterpart as seen in ''Goldmember'' when they are lifting weights in prison. He was also given a significant beating in ''Goldmember'', in which he was tied in a pillowcase by Austin and slammed through shelves and glass tables, only to stand up without a scratch.
 
* Upon seeing Mini-Me, [[Nigel Powers|Nigel]] says, "Blimey, I thought I smelled cabbage," thinking he is a carny (referring back to a quip from the [[Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery|first film]]). Mini-Me is appropriately confused by the remark.
 
* Upon seeing Mini-Me, [[Nigel Powers|Nigel]] says, "Blimey, I thought I smelled cabbage," thinking he is a carny (referring back to a quip from the [[Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery|first film]]). Mini-Me is appropriately confused by the remark.
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* When Mini-Me becomes Austin's sidekick, he begins to dress like him. The reason for this is unknown, though it may be as a way to rid himself of Dr. Evil's appearance. However, he eventually stops dressing like this as shown at the end of the third film.
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* When Mini-Me becomes Austin's sidekick, he begins to dress like him. The reason for this is unknown, although it may be as a way to rid himself of Dr. Evil's appearance. However, he eventually stops dressing like this as shown at the end of the third film.
 
* It is unknown why Mini-Me is unable to speak.
 
* It is unknown why Mini-Me is unable to speak.
 
* A memorable gag had him passing a series of notes to [[Foxxy Cleopatra]], first stating she was so beautiful, she must be the clone of an angel. When she smilingly disagreed, the second note asked if she was sure she did not have a little clone in her. The third asked if she would like to. As seen by Nigel's reaction to Mini-Me's genitals ("My word! You're a tripod!" and "If you ever get tired, you can use it as a kickstand"), he seems to have a large penis, which may or may not also fall under the "1 / 8" rule. He uses this as an advantage at the end of ''Goldmember'' when he gets Britney Spears' cellphone number.
 
* A memorable gag had him passing a series of notes to [[Foxxy Cleopatra]], first stating she was so beautiful, she must be the clone of an angel. When she smilingly disagreed, the second note asked if she was sure she did not have a little clone in her. The third asked if she would like to. As seen by Nigel's reaction to Mini-Me's genitals ("My word! You're a tripod!" and "If you ever get tired, you can use it as a kickstand"), he seems to have a large penis, which may or may not also fall under the "1 / 8" rule. He uses this as an advantage at the end of ''Goldmember'' when he gets Britney Spears' cellphone number.

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