"That's called cow-tipping! Ha-ha-ha!"
"Whatever. I'll do what I want!"
"You're stupid! You can't add 2+2, you know why? 'Cause you're stupid, stinky, stupid stinky, stupid stinky, stupid stinky, stupid stinky! I could do that a long time!"
Eugene Beady (known by Otis and the other animals as Snotty Boy or simply Snotty) is the quaternary antagonist from the film Barnyard and the main antagonist in its spin-off series Back at the Barnyard, alongside Nora Beady. He is a fat, rude, mean, bratty boy who likes tormenting animals. He also has a laugh similar to that of Nelson Muntz from The Simpsons.
In Barnyard, he and his friends are seen cow tipping, much to Otis' dismay. Otis teams up with the Jersey Cows to teach Snotty a lesson. Back at home, his mother reminds him not to stay up late on a school night. He mocks this, and tells her, "Whatever! I'll do what I want!" He then kicks off his shoes, jumps onto the bed, punches his pillow repeatedly, picks up a stuffed bunny, throws it at the wall where the head board is, and then falls asleep. The cows steal the car of Nora Beady (Snotty's aunt), and drive to Snotty's home. They sneak into his bedroom and tip him over, or as Otis called it, "Boy tipping." Snotty's scream caused his parents to run up to his room, only to see their son petrified as Otis and the Jersey Cows have already escaped. For this, Snotty's father tells him "No more Red Bull."
He appears as a recurring villain in Back at the Barnyard. He is shown to have a pet snake named Stinky McStupidhead, to whom he tried to feed Pip. Pip gets the snake to reform, and he gets vengeance on his cruel owner by swallowing him whole.