He is also shown to be exceptionally skilled in swimming, basketball, and guitar.
When the boys oversleep the next morning and realize that Wheels will be late for an appointment, Joey drives him there in Snake's parents' rusty 1976 Oldsmobile despite lacking a license to drive; the resulting minor accident leads Snake's parents to discover what had happened and lose confidence in Snake. Although Wheels eventually pleads guilty, Snake refuses to forgive him for twelve years (Id.; "Mother and Child Reunion (2)", DNG ep. Part of Claude's face is off and shows only skull, so it was indicated Claude had shot himself in the head. Though liked by nearly everyone as a friend or pleasant acquaintance, Snake is generally unsuccessful with women, owing largely to his lack of self-confidence and desire to be the "good guy". Snake is paired with Spike Nelson for what is to be one of their final class assignments of grade 11; studying in the Nelsons' kitchen, Spike watches Snake playfully carry Spike's young daughter Emma (portrayed by toddler Ashlee Henricks) ("Three's a Crowd", DH ep. Unbeknownst to Snake, this triggers romantic feelings in Spike toward him, and she daydreams of him initiating a passionate kiss.
Despite his lazy attitude, he was good in school, running for president.
He also had a passion for music, starting a band named Zit Remedy.
He is also the stepfather-in-law of Spinner Mason, and the godfather of Connor De Laurier. He is also friends with co-workers Daphne Hatzilakos, Darryl Armstrong, Dom Perino, and Winnie Oh.
His best friends are Joey Jeremiah and Derek Wheeler. As an authority figure, he has watched out for and befriended Emma, J. Yorke, Manny Santos, Toby Isaacs, Paige Michalchuk, Sean Cameron, Darcy Edwards, Liberty Van Zandt, Alli Bhandari, Eli Goldsworthy, Clare Edwards, Holly J.