In "The Golf War," when Mabel and Pacifica have a mini-golf match, all of the Lilluputtians had a contest to see which faction was best at helping Mabel to win. When Mabel putts her golf ball into the Miners' hole, the two Lilluputtians who catch her ball are warned that there is a deadly gas leak in the hole. If they were to continue on, they would die.
Big Henry stepped forward and volunteered to bring the golf ball to the end of the hole. Despite the pleas of a young Lilliputtian named Polly, he takes the golf ball and carts it to the end of the course, losing his life in the process. Before he dies, he takes out a drawing Polly drew of the two of them, and dies with tears streaming down his face.
Big Henry is stockier and bigger (as implied by his name) than the rest of the Lilliputtians. He is blue and has spots of other shades of blue on his neck. His face is stoic and he wears a typical miner's suit without a helmet. He carries a large hammer. He has four fingers.
- 203. "The Golf War"
"I will take it."
"Go home Polly."
"Come on Big Henry, you can do this."
- During the ending credits of "The Golf War," there is a cryptogram that reads "NLMXQWWN IIZ LZFNF." Once decoded using the Vigenère cipher, it reads "REMEMBER BIG HENRY."
- Big Henry could be a reference to the folklore of John Henry and the song Big John, two large men who died in a mine or tunnel. John Henry was killed when he outraced a steam drill while Big John died while saving 20 men in a collapsing mine. They are two miners honored for their heroic actions within each story.
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