"Why don't we just turn on the pool faucet as usual, Sir?"
"Ladies, Gentlemen, and you too, Master Monty."
It is revealed in the Best of Buster Day episode segment, Maid to Re-order, that Grovely lives in Monty's Mansion with his family. Although he has a fairly primary role in this episode, his appearance and personality differ. He is much older and his hair is gray. He also has a mustache, which is also gray. This version of him has a wife and two kids (one boy, one girl), and he seems slightly kinder. This incarnation appeared to be based on Max's one-time butler, Jeeves, from the Life in the 90's episode segment, Paper Trained, implying that the two butlers were merged into a single character for the episode, having Jeeves' design and Grovely's identity and voice.