This article has not been given a name, as such, the name Beefeaters, is purely conjectural.
The beefeaters and the Minions
They are chubby men and are armed with lances for defending intruders, and they wear black hats and uniforms with yellow crown sign on it.
The guards order them to put their hands in the air, but Stuart goes toward, activates Hypno-Hat and sings. Soon, the guards are mesmerized and start to dance with the rhythm, and they even take off their clothes, kick away their shoes, and shake their long hair. So the Minions continue moves to the tower to find the crown.
The guards are later seen in the knighting coronation of Kevin, when Stuart plays his new guitar wildly while they again dances with the music, still long-haired and barebacked. They are also seen at the post-credit, Revolution, and they are mesmerized again by Stuart.
- The song Stuart sings and the hair shaking scene of Tower Guards originally appear in the 1967 musical Hair by Off-Broadway.
- It's never revealed that whether the beefeaters recover from the effect of Hypno-Hat afterwards.