Boggy the Kid is the boss of the Wild West Theme, and one of the antagonists of Story Mode. He's an infamous outlaw and he had a gang compose of many cowboys. He seems to be a friend of Tin Can Wally.
He is still the boss of the Wild West Theme. He had the same role.
- He is probably a parody of Billy the Kid.
- His name is quite similar to Boggy B's (the main protagonist of Worms), which might mean Boggy the Kid could be an ancestor of Boggy B.
- Boggy the Kid and another cowboy both presumably died at the end of the Wild West Theme of the Story, as seen in the cutscene after completing "High Noon Hijinx". They fell off a cliff while chasing Professor Worminkle.
- Boggy the Kid said a curse word at the ending cutscene of the mission "High Noon Hijinx" in both Worms 4: Mayhem and Worms: Ultimate Mayhem, saying "That's my goddamn gold!". And other curse words can be heard/seen in both games, too. This could be one of the reasons why the PlayStation 2 version of Worms 4: Mayhem is rated T by the ESRB, while Worms: Ultimate Mayhem is rated E10+.
- However, even though Boggy the Kid said "goddamn" in both games, Worms 4: Mayhem didn't have a language rating but Worms: Ultimate Mayhem did, saying "the words damn and hell can be heard in the dialogue", and said nothing about the word "goddamn". Perhaps the ESRB never noticed that word.