|"You have a lot of work to do while patrons eat their pizza in the other room."|
“You act like I'm older, like I should be just like you. Like I should be just like Dad. You never let me be a kid. Dad died, and you expected me to just grow up.”
Oscar lives with his mom, due to the passing of his father. He often helps her out at a nursing home she works at. He seems to have an interest in the "Freddy Fazbear World". He is in his sophomore year of (presumably) high school. His two closest friends are Isaac and Raj, who he spends most of the story with.
Oscar thinks of himself as always getting the short end of the stick, always facing a misfortune of some kind that prevents him from reaching his goal. He is mature and is helpful towards his mother and tries to be optimistic of his circumstances. In spite of his wrongdoings, Oscar is reflective of his actions and tries to rectify his mistakes when possible.
In Out of Stock, Oscar is very wanting of the new Plushtrap Chaser, his favorite character from the Freddy Fazbear world. His frustration reaches its highest point when he and his friends miss the last Plushtrap toy being sold at the Emporium. Overhearing the employees talk about a returned Plushtrap chaser, Oscar proceeds to steal it due to his frustration.
He later regrets his actions, and tries to return it to the store. However, he is unable to. He is very close to his friends, and they joke about each other. While Oscar might not be able to get all he wants, he is thankful for having his mom and his friends.
Towards the end of the story, Oscar has an epiphany about luck: Sometimes luck can't be found but instead is made. When luck is made, one had to know when to grab hold of it.
His father died a few years before the story took place. Ever since then, he had always had to be mature for his mother, which he isn't always ready for. At the start of his story, he was wanting a Plushtrap Chaser, his favorite character from the Freddy Fazbear series. He couldn't get it because he had school. When he got to the mall, he was just in time for the plush to be sold out.
One of them had just been returned, but they wouldn't let him have it. He stole it, with his friends. When they got home, they noticed the toy looked like it had human teeth and eyes. Oscar tried to plug it in, and the electricity went out. The Plushtrap Chaser came alive and could only be stopped in light. He was even able to chew through doors. In a panic, the 3 boys run around trying to escape. The horror finally ends when Oscar jumps in front of a train and almost dies, getting the Plushtrap Chaser run over.
On Halloween night, Oscar helps out his mom at the nursery home, and apologizes for his anger on the phone. The two hug and make up, and Oscar lives happily ever after.
- Oscar's actions in the story somehow have an impact on the epilogues. Because he lured the Plushtrap and got it ran over by the train, it allowed the Stitchwraith to come in and pick up the pieces. This also caused homeless man Grim to see the Stitchwraith and have him get involved in the epilogue's story.