PersonalityAlthough LeFou is far from stupid, he is still portrayed as something of a bumbler. He looks up to Gaston as his hero and takes all the abuse Gaston inflicts on him. Despite this, he seems to share something of a love/hate relationship with Gaston, as the two have been shown to get along with no problem, and Gaston mostly hurts LeFou when the latter makes a smart remark at Gaston's expense. He has been dropped, hit in the head with the barrel of a gun, squashed underneath a chair, thrown into a muddy pond and a pile of snow, and has still shown loyalty to Gaston.
Otherwise, LeFou is much smarter than he looks. He successfully manages to trick Maurice into describing the Beast in front of the madhouse guards in order to convince them Maurice is insane, and acts as the de facto leader of the lynch mob while Gaston is hiding in the shadows.
During Gaston's failed attempt to marry Belle, LeFou is the conductor of an improvised musical band, conducting the band in an impossibly-fast version of the Bridal Chorus. After Belle's rejection of Gaston, LeFou asks him how his proposal went, prompting Gaston to throw LeFou into the mud in his frustration, to which he replies "Touchy!". Later, LeFou and the other villagers cheer up Gaston at the local tavern by singing a song about how great he is.
When Gaston enacts his plan to blackmail Belle into marriage with help from Monsieur D'Arque, the owner of the local madhouse, LeFou is tasked with standing guard in Belle's home until Belle and her father, Maurice, return. When they do, LeFou rushes off to tell Gaston and D'Arque. They soon appear with a lynch mob, and LeFou successfully convinces the madhouse guards that Maurice is insane by having Maurice describe the Beast again, but the plan falls apart when Belle uses the Magic Mirror to prove Maurice isn't insane
In his jealousy, Gaston rallies the crowd to attack the Beast's castle and leave none alive, and LeFou walks by his side. Once inside, he picks up Lumiere to light his way, and Lumiere's signal begins the battle. During the battle, LeFou attempts to get his revenge on Lumiere by waving a torch perilously close to Lumiere's head, melting him slightly, but Cogsworth intervenes and pokes LeFou in the bottom with a pair of scissors. He is last seen fleeing the castle with the rest of the rioters after the chef frightens them with his huge flames. It is left unrevealed if he ever found out that Gaston died against the Beast, but it is likely that Gaston's absence from then on would give him that exact message.
LeFou often appeared alongside Gaston as one of the guests in House of Mouse. He also appears in Mickey's House of Villains. In the episode "Everybody Loves Mickey" LeFou and some of the villagers performed the song Let's Slay the Beast.
Role in the series
Lefou reprises his role from the series, but he and the villagers turn on Gaston cause of Either Shen or Icky reveling his betrail. in retrosect, wherther Scroopfan will have Lefou in the louge is his to deside, it's because Lefou is both abused by gaston, and a comical character. another reason for having him and the villaigers turn on Gaston cause Scroopfan does not like the idea of the villagers hating the louge because of what Fagin done, and also ain't a fan of some of them getting killed. in an unrelated note, he is the star of various spoof videos of "Strike up the band" videos with the band playing various music conducted by him, before interupted by Gaston.
Lefou will soon reprise his "Let's Slay the Beast" House of Mouse number in a future movisode where he and the Angry Villager People team up with the Shell Louge Squad to take down an actual evil monster hiding in the Beast's Castle.