History Characters / TheAmazingWorldOfGumball

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* [[Characters/TheAmazingWorldOfGumballOtherCitizensOfElmore Other Citizens of Elmore]][[note]]Banana Bob and Banana Barbara, Felicity Parham, Patrick Fitzgerald, The Chimera, Granny Jojo, Mrs. Jötunheim, Laurence "Larry" Needlemeyer, Mr. Rex, Richwood High Tennis Team, Gaylord Robinson, Margaret Robinson, Sal Left Thumb, Senior Citizens, Sheriff, Video Game Store Manager, Harold Wilson, Jackie Wilson, Rachel Wilson, [[spoiler:Frankie Watterson]][[/note]]
* [[Characters/TheAmazingWorldOfGumballOther Other]][[note]]Anton Clones, Mr. Cuddles, Evil Turtle, Kenneth, The Solar System, Timmy/The Internet, Virus, [[spoiler:Elmore/The World]], [[spoiler:Zach]][[/note]]

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* [[Characters/TheAmazingWorldOfGumballOtherCitizensOfElmore Other Citizens of Elmore]][[note]]Banana Bob and Banana Barbara, Felicity Parham, Patrick Fitzgerald, The Chimera, Granny Jojo, Mrs. Jötunheim, Laurence "Larry" Needlemeyer, Mr. Rex, Richwood High Tennis Team, Gaylord Robinson, Margaret Robinson, Sal Left Thumb, Senior Citizens, Sheriff, Video Game Store Manager, Harold Wilson, Jackie Wilson, Rachel Wilson, [[spoiler:Frankie [[spoiler: Yuki Yoshida, Frankie Watterson]][[/note]]
* [[Characters/TheAmazingWorldOfGumballOther Other]][[note]]Anton Clones, Mr. Cuddles, Evil Turtle, Kenneth, The Solar System, Timmy/The Internet, Virus, [[spoiler:Elmore/The World]], [[spoiler:Zach]][[/note]]World, Zach]][[/note]]
6th May '16 1:06:21 PM PinkCelebi
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* [[Characters/TheAmazingWorldOfGumballStudentsOfElmoreJuniorHigh Students of Elmore Junior High]][[note]]Alan Kean, Anton, Banana Joe, Billy Parham, Bobert, Carmen, Carrie Kruger, Clare Cooper, Clayton, Detention Kids, The Eggheads, Green Bear Guy, Hector Jötunheim, Hot Dog Guy, Idaho, Jamie, Juke, Leslie, Masami Yoshida, Molly Collins, Ocho, Penny Fitzgerald, Sarah G. Lato, Sussie, Teri, Tina Rex, Tobias Wilson, William, [[spoiler;Rob/Dr. Wrecker]][[/note]]

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* [[Characters/TheAmazingWorldOfGumballStudentsOfElmoreJuniorHigh Students of Elmore Junior High]][[note]]Alan Kean, Anton, Banana Joe, Billy Parham, Bobert, Carmen, Carrie Kruger, Clare Cooper, Clayton, Detention Kids, The Eggheads, Green Bear Guy, Hector Jötunheim, Hot Dog Guy, Idaho, Jamie, Juke, Leslie, Masami Yoshida, Molly Collins, Ocho, Penny Fitzgerald, Sarah G. Lato, Sussie, Teri, Tina Rex, Tobias Wilson, William, [[spoiler;Rob/Dr.[[spoiler:Rob/Dr. Wrecker]][[/note]]
5th May '16 7:19:07 PM creader
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* [[Characters/TheAmazingWorldOfGumballTheWattersons The Wattersons]]
* [[Characters/TheAmazingWorldOfGumballStudentsOfElmoreJuniorHigh Students of Elmore Junior High]]
* [[Characters/TheAmazingWorldOfGumballElmoreJuniorHighStaff Elmore Junior High Staff]]
* [[Characters/TheAmazingWorldOfGumballOtherCitizensOfElmore Other Citizens of Elmore]]
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* [[Characters/TheAmazingWorldOfGumballTheWattersons The Wattersons]]
Wattersons]][[note]]Gumball Watterson, Darwin Watterson, Anais Watterson, Nicole Watterson, Richard Watterson[[/note]]
* [[Characters/TheAmazingWorldOfGumballStudentsOfElmoreJuniorHigh Students of Elmore Junior High]]
High]][[note]]Alan Kean, Anton, Banana Joe, Billy Parham, Bobert, Carmen, Carrie Kruger, Clare Cooper, Clayton, Detention Kids, The Eggheads, Green Bear Guy, Hector Jötunheim, Hot Dog Guy, Idaho, Jamie, Juke, Leslie, Masami Yoshida, Molly Collins, Ocho, Penny Fitzgerald, Sarah G. Lato, Sussie, Teri, Tina Rex, Tobias Wilson, William, [[spoiler;Rob/Dr. Wrecker]][[/note]]
* [[Characters/TheAmazingWorldOfGumballElmoreJuniorHighStaff Elmore Junior High Staff]]
Staff]][[note]]Principal Nigel Brown, Coach, Mr. Corneille, The Nurse, Miss Lucy Simian, Rocky Robinson, Steve Small[[/note]]
* [[Characters/TheAmazingWorldOfGumballOtherCitizensOfElmore Other Citizens of Elmore]]
Elmore]][[note]]Banana Bob and Banana Barbara, Felicity Parham, Patrick Fitzgerald, The Chimera, Granny Jojo, Mrs. Jötunheim, Laurence "Larry" Needlemeyer, Mr. Rex, Richwood High Tennis Team, Gaylord Robinson, Margaret Robinson, Sal Left Thumb, Senior Citizens, Sheriff, Video Game Store Manager, Harold Wilson, Jackie Wilson, Rachel Wilson, [[spoiler:Frankie Watterson]][[/note]]
* [[Characters/TheAmazingWorldOfGumballOther Other]]Other]][[note]]Anton Clones, Mr. Cuddles, Evil Turtle, Kenneth, The Solar System, Timmy/The Internet, Virus, [[spoiler:Elmore/The World]], [[spoiler:Zach]][[/note]]
4th Aug '15 8:38:32 AM creader
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!!Other

[[folder:Anton Clones]]
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/anton_clones.png
-->Voiced by Stefan Ashton Frank (Ant-One)

Numerous clones of Anton that Darwin and Gumball made in "The Recipe" using an everyday toaster. Among them, only the first two clones were named: the burnt first one, who named himself "Ant-One", and the second, which Gumball and Darwin named "Ant-Two".
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* EvilTwin: After surviving being burnt, Ant-One comes out of the garbage can to try and replace the original Anton.
* ExpendableClone: Although Darwin and Gumball worry about getting in trouble for making them, almost all of them die, and nothing seems to come of it.
* LiteralGenie: They're so naive that they'll follow whatever orders they hear first as literally as possible, even taking "split up" to mean "tear yourself in half".
* NotEnoughToBury: [[spoiler:Ant-One falls into a pool and is [[FoldSpindleMutilation torn to pieces by the grate of the drain he's sucked into]].]]
* SoleSurvivor: [[spoiler:Ant-Two is the only clone left at the end of "The Recipe". The "real" Anton also died, but he was just a different line of clones that would presumably be replaced again by his parents, raising the question of exactly what happened to Ant-Two.]]
* TooDumbToLive: All but Ant-One have even fewer self-preservation instincts than the real Anton, even directly causing their own deaths just because some random people told them to.
* VerbalTic: Ant-Two repeats the last words of something someone else said.
** [[SelfDemonstratingArticle Something someone else said!]]
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Mr. Cuddles]]
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/mrcuddles.png

Penny's pet tarantula who was thought to have died in "The Date". He seems to really, really hate Gumball.
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[[hardline]]
* BusCrash: He wasn't with the Fitzgerald family when they were standing outside their burning house at the end of "The Bros". [[FridgeHorror That implies]], probably accidentally, that Mr. Cuddles died in the fire or was already dead for some other reason.
* FluffyTheTerrible: Despite the name, he's a tarantula, and a fairly aggressive one.
* TalkingAnimal: Like all animals in Elmore, he showed that he could talk in "The World", but doesn't do it normally.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Kenneth]]
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/kennethisback.png

A strange creature accidentally created when Darwin and Gumball's "gross jar" is heated in a microwave. He eats basically anything and eventually any''one'', growing larger all the time.
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* ILoveNuclearPower: Gumball claims Kenneth was created by "the atomic power of the microwave", though microwaves actually have nothing to do with nuclear radiation.
* ItCameFromTheFridge: Kenneth originated when a bunch of gross stuff Gumball put in a jar was put in the microwave.
* MiracleGroMonster: It's voracious eating habits let it keep growing and growing until, after a few days at most, it goes from approximately football-sized to two stories tall.
* MonsterOfTheWeek: Kenneth is not mentioned after "The Microwave" until he [[TheBusCameBack reappears]] in "The Finale" when Richard takes him out of storage.
* MuckMonster: Kenneth body looks like it's made of mud or sludge. Rather than being industrial waste, he's simply made of all the gross things Gumball could collect, including used tissues, bird poop, belly-button lint, and spoiled milk that was swallowed then regurgitated.
* SealedEvilInACan: In "The Finale", it turns out Kenneth was dealt with offscreen by reducing him to his original size again, putting him in his original jar, and freezing it. He's unsealed as part of the Watterson family's LastDance.
* UglyCute: In-universe, Gumball and Darwin [[AdmiringTheAbomination certainly think Kenneth, as their "son", is cute]], and Anais reluctantly describe it using these exact words. At least before he starts growing to tremendous proportions after ''eating people alive.''
[[/folder]]

[[folder:The Solar System]]
-->Voiced by Kerry Shale (sun)

In the universe of this show, it's not just things on Earth that are alive, but Earth itself and other celestial bodies.
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[[hardline]]
* UsefulNotes/BritishAccents: In "The Debt", the moon and Saturn have Estuary accents. All the planets and the moon have generic American accents in every other scenes until "The Question", where ''every'' planet (but not the sun) has an Estuary accent.
* GeniusLoci: They're cable of thinking, speaking [[SpaceIsNoisy with each other and people on Earth]], and ''singing''.
* SmugSuper: They're bigger than you, will live longer than you, and flat out tell Gumball that his life and everyone else's are insignificant. What they ''don't'' get is that even their existence is finite, and end up [[TooDumbToLive wasting the rest of their lives rubbing their superiority into the face of someone who can't hear them]].
* TimeAbyss: Since they're planets, they've been "alive" for billions of years and will be for billions more.
* WeirdMoon: The moon has visible ''butt cheeks'', which it enjoys shoving into Earth's face, sometimes while singing.
* WeirdSun: The sun can swing around the horizon to complain about people making too much noise at night. In "The Dress" it was even small and close enough for a balloon to float into it.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Virus]]
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/datvirus.png
-->Voiced by Kerry Shale

A [[TalkingAnimal sentient virus]] and leader of a new strain that mutated on Gumball's unwashed hand. Teri forced Gumball to wash that hand, killing all his soldiers and setting him off for revenge.
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* AdaptiveAbility: It's constantly mutating, causing it to gain strange properties such as {{flight}} and infecting ''computers'' instead of people.
* AvengingTheVillain: The virus was the commander of a virus army and SoleSurvivor of Gumball washing his hands. He swears he'll avenge them by infecting and killing Gumball, his family, his friends, and everyone else until [[OmnicidalManiac "nothing is left alive on the surface of the Earth".]]
* EvilSoundsDeep: Played with; anytime it's in closeup, it's voice sounds very deep. Farther shots, however, show that its voice is extremely high-pitched from a subjective perspective because it's so small.
* ExtraEyes: It has three eyes, though given it's a virus ''any'' of the eyes are "extras".
* GutturalGrowler: It speaks with a very guttural voice.
* MonsterOfTheWeek: He's dead by the end of the episode he premiered in.
* MultiArmedAndDangerous: It has eight tentacle-like protrusion that it uses like two legs and six arms.
* NoNameGiven: As a virus, he probably doesn't even have a name.
* ProudWarriorRaceGuy: It speaks of infecting a body like waging a war and [[NobodyCallsMeChicken is extremely offended at Gumball calling it a coward]].
* UndignifiedDeath: [[{{Pride}} For the sake of proving its might]], it agrees to fight mano-a-mano against Gumball, [[TooDumbToLive who is millions of times his size]], and is immediately TrampledUnderfoot.
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[[folder:'''Spoiler Character''']]
!!Elmore/The World
Not only is every individual object in the Elmore alive and sentient, but Elmore in its totality seems to possess some sort of intelligence. Although it hasn't talked or shown a face like any of the others objects or the planets, "The Void" heavily implies the world itself was responsible for the void's creation and "mistakes" being sent into it.
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[[hardline]]
* GeniusLoci: Elmore is able to decide what things the world would be better without, then send them to the void. Mostly, it gets rid of dated fads and inefficient technology, but people may go out as well.
* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: Its modus operandi is pretty much that of an author who doesn't mind [[RetCon changing their world retroactively]] or doing terrible things to their characters for the sake of making the story more interesting.
* RealityWarper: The world can send things and people to another dimension, suppress most memories of them, and coverup evidence that they ever existed. Given the void's pattern flashed at the end of "The Kids", it might also be responsible for Gumball and Darwin's voice changing. It doesn't have absolute power, however, as Mr. Small, Darwin, and Gumball were able to remember anyway and break Molly out of the void before they were all sealed in.
* TotalitarianUtilitarian: If it will make the world better, it will take people and make them spend the rest of their life in an infinite nothingness with nothing but other mistakes for company. Naturally, it also wants to keep this a secret, even if it means sealing people who it ''didn't'' think of as mistakes in that same void. Of course, since ''it'' is the world, utilitarianism and [[ItsAllAboutMe selfishness]] are one and the same.
* WalkingSpoiler: Simply knowing that the world has a will of its own is a major part of the twist of "The Void".
[[/folder]]

[[folder:'''Spoiler Character''']]
!!Zach
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/zachwatterson.png
-->Voiced by Jacob Hopkins

An intolerable split personality Gumball develops upon finding out his real first name in "The Name".
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* AssholeVictim: Gumball more or less kills Zach, albeit in self-defense and maybe by accident. Considering Zach was an independent consciousness, this might have significant moral implications... but he's such a jackass that no one gives it a second thought.
* CoolCat: Zach definitely ''tries'' to invoke the "confident" form of this trope, even wearing sunglasses, but everyone just thinks he's a tremendous douche. He even proudly declares that "There's a new cat in town!" shortly after appearing.
* CoolShades: He suddenly starts wearing neon-purple rimmed shades from nowhere, which [[SubvertedTrope really aren't very cool looking]], and work more like SinisterShades.
* CrazyPrepared: One genuine skill he demonstrates it planning all sorts of tricks to delay the other Wattersons, even putting a trap in his pocket for when they'd try to frisk him.
* EvilCounterpart: To Gumball. They both [[ItsAllAboutMe have huge egos]] [[ButtMonkey and usually fall flat on their face because they try to look cool]]. However, while Gumball [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold can show compassionate and empathy belatedly]], Zach is a straight up {{jerkass}}. Also, unlike Gumball, who recognizes his own failures, and lives with them, Zach refuses to acknowledge any of his shortcomings or losses, going so far as to alter the memories of his/Gumball's failures to turn them into victories.
* EvilSoundsDeep: When Zach is in control, Gumball speaks in a deeper voice. However, it's so obviously affected that instead of being intimidating it just makes Zach sound like more of a poser. In his last scene in Gumball's mind, however, his voice starts getting pitched down and slightly distorted, being more of a genuine example of this trope.
* FascinatingEyebrow: He's raising one of this eyebrows almost constantly, which leads Darwin to tell him he "spent the whole day with one eyebrow raised, behaving like a horrible jock".
* IdenticalTwinIDTag: You can tell when Zach is controlling Gumball's body because he pops the ([[RuleOfFunny non-existent]]) collar on Gumball's sweater.
* IRejectYourReality: He maintains he disillusions of greatness and popularity in the face of all evidence and words of others. He goes so far as to [[SelfServingMemory consciously and completely alter his memory of events]] so he'll look better in them.
-->'''Zach:''' Hey Carrie, I think we really nailed the song last night. Weíre totally gonna win the battle of the bands, man.\\
'''Carrie:''' Youíre not in a band. Iím not in a band. I bet you canít even give me the name of a band. \\
'''Zach:''' Psh, yeah, like... Germany.
* {{Jerkass}}: Zach is amazingly impolite, has an almost pathological [[ItsAllAboutMe disregard for and lack of awareness of other people]], and literally won a contest for being obnoxious.
* JerkJock: Zach ''thinks'' he's a jock, despite not being on any sports teams, not being able to ride his skateboard well, and generally not being any more athletic than Gumball was before.
* NoBodyLeftBehind: When Gumball finally beats Zach at something, bits of him start chipping off, showing a bright light in his silhouette as his torn to pieces. Although this of course wasn't really a "body" to start with.
* SmallNameBigEgo: For all the misplaced confidence Gumball has expressed, Zach is ''[[ADarkerMe much worse]]'' in this regard than Gumball ever was. Gumball would always acknowledges his shortcomings eventually; Zach does not and seems to believe his own hype with all his heart.
* SplitPersonality: Gumball initially seems to be acting obnoxious when he finds his real name, but Zach becomes a separate entity before he even notices.
* SplitPersonalityTakeover: He attempts to do this by [[SelfServingMemory altering Gumball's memories]] until he's erased.
* SuperPoweredEvilSide: Played with. There isn't as much focus on Zach being evil as being a huge jerk, though he really ''is'' evil, as he planned to erase Gumball's original personality so he didn't have to share. He's also not really that much better at most things than Gumball, he's just extremely confident and obnoxious. But when [[BattleInTheCenterOfTheMind mentally confronting]] his other, less-confident side, said confidence provides a tremendous advantage. But it's also his biggest weakness, as Gumball is mentally resilient enough take losing all the time, but the one time Zach is forced to face defeat ''it literally destroys him''.
* SmugSnake: His boundless pride directly leads to Gumball beating him.
* ThirdPersonPerson: Zach always refers to himself in third person, likely to emphasize he's not Gumball, and it's definitely the "arrogant" form.
* TheUnapologetic: He accidentally ''bites part of a kids face off'' and shows no regrets for it, because "Zach does what he wants".
-->''Zach doesn't apologize, he uses his charm.''
* UndignifiedDeath: Zach is destroyed in Gumball's mindscape, then Gumball immediately ''farts'', his body literally [[StealthPun clearly out the hot air]].
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\n[[foldercontrol]]\n\n\n!!Other\n\n[[folder:Anton Clones]]\nhttp://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/anton_clones.png\n-->Voiced by Stefan Ashton Frank (Ant-One)\n\nNumerous clones of Anton that Darwin and Gumball made in "The Recipe" using an everyday toaster. Among them, only the first two clones were named: the burnt first one, who named himself "Ant-One", and the second, which Gumball and Darwin named "Ant-Two".\n----\n[[hardline]]\n* EvilTwin: After surviving being burnt, Ant-One comes out of the garbage can to try and replace the original Anton.
* ExpendableClone: Although Darwin and Gumball worry about getting in trouble for making them, almost all of them die, and nothing seems to come of it.
* LiteralGenie: They're so naive that they'll follow whatever orders they hear first as literally as possible, even taking "split up" to mean "tear yourself in half".
* NotEnoughToBury: [[spoiler:Ant-One falls into a pool and is [[FoldSpindleMutilation torn to pieces by the grate of the drain he's sucked into]].]]
* SoleSurvivor: [[spoiler:Ant-Two is the only clone left at the end of "The Recipe". The "real" Anton also died, but he was just a different line of clones that would presumably be replaced again by his parents, raising the question of exactly what happened to Ant-Two.]]
* TooDumbToLive: All but Ant-One have even fewer self-preservation instincts than the real Anton, even directly causing their own deaths just because some random people told them to.
* VerbalTic: Ant-Two repeats the last words of something someone else said.
** [[SelfDemonstratingArticle Something someone else said!]]
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Mr. Cuddles]]
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/mrcuddles.png

Penny's pet tarantula who was thought to have died in "The Date". He seems to really, really hate Gumball.
----
[[hardline]]
* BusCrash: He wasn't with the Fitzgerald family when they were standing outside their burning house at the end of "The Bros". [[FridgeHorror That implies]], probably accidentally, that Mr. Cuddles died in the fire or was already dead for some other reason.
* FluffyTheTerrible: Despite the name, he's a tarantula, and a fairly aggressive one.
* TalkingAnimal: Like all animals in Elmore, he showed that he could talk in "The World", but doesn't do it normally.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Kenneth]]
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/kennethisback.png

A strange creature accidentally created when Darwin and Gumball's "gross jar" is heated in a microwave. He eats basically anything and eventually any''one'', growing larger all the time.
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[[hardline]]
* ILoveNuclearPower: Gumball claims Kenneth was created by "the atomic power of the microwave", though microwaves actually have nothing to do with nuclear radiation.
* ItCameFromTheFridge: Kenneth originated when a bunch of gross stuff Gumball put in a jar was put in the microwave.
* MiracleGroMonster: It's voracious eating habits let it keep growing and growing until, after a few days at most, it goes from approximately football-sized to two stories tall.
* MonsterOfTheWeek: Kenneth is not mentioned after "The Microwave" until he [[TheBusCameBack reappears]] in "The Finale" when Richard takes him out of storage.
* MuckMonster: Kenneth body looks like it's made of mud or sludge. Rather than being industrial waste, he's simply made of all the gross things Gumball could collect, including used tissues, bird poop, belly-button lint, and spoiled milk that was swallowed then regurgitated.
* SealedEvilInACan: In "The Finale", it turns out Kenneth was dealt with offscreen by reducing him to his original size again, putting him in his original jar, and freezing it. He's unsealed as part of the Watterson family's LastDance.
* UglyCute: In-universe, Gumball and Darwin [[AdmiringTheAbomination certainly think Kenneth, as their "son", is cute]], and Anais reluctantly describe it using these exact words. At least before he starts growing to tremendous proportions after ''eating people alive.''
[[/folder]]

[[folder:The Solar System]]
-->Voiced by Kerry Shale (sun)

In the universe of this show, it's not just things on Earth that are alive, but Earth itself and other celestial bodies.
----
[[hardline]]
* UsefulNotes/BritishAccents: In "The Debt", the moon and Saturn have Estuary accents. All the planets and the moon have generic American accents in every other scenes until "The Question", where ''every'' planet (but not the sun) has an Estuary accent.
* GeniusLoci: They're cable of thinking, speaking [[SpaceIsNoisy with each other and people on Earth]], and ''singing''.
* SmugSuper: They're bigger than you, will live longer than you, and flat out tell Gumball that his life and everyone else's are insignificant. What they ''don't'' get is that even their existence is finite, and end up [[TooDumbToLive wasting the rest of their lives rubbing their superiority into the face of someone who can't hear them]].
* TimeAbyss: Since they're planets, they've been "alive" for billions of years and will be for billions more.
* WeirdMoon: The moon has visible ''butt cheeks'', which it enjoys shoving into Earth's face, sometimes while singing.
* WeirdSun: The sun can swing around the horizon to complain about people making too much noise at night. In "The Dress" it was even small and close enough for a balloon to float into it.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Virus]]
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/datvirus.png
-->Voiced by Kerry Shale

A [[TalkingAnimal sentient virus]] and leader of a new strain that mutated on Gumball's unwashed hand. Teri forced Gumball to wash that hand, killing all his soldiers and setting him off for revenge.
----
[[hardline]]
* AdaptiveAbility: It's constantly mutating, causing it to gain strange properties such as {{flight}} and infecting ''computers'' instead of people.
* AvengingTheVillain: The virus was the commander of a virus army and SoleSurvivor of Gumball washing his hands. He swears he'll avenge them by infecting and killing Gumball, his family, his friends, and everyone else until [[OmnicidalManiac "nothing is left alive on the surface of the Earth".]]
* EvilSoundsDeep: Played with; anytime it's in closeup, it's voice sounds very deep. Farther shots, however, show that its voice is extremely high-pitched from a subjective perspective because it's so small.
* ExtraEyes: It has three eyes, though given it's a virus ''any'' of the eyes are "extras".
* GutturalGrowler: It speaks with a very guttural voice.
* MonsterOfTheWeek: He's dead by the end of the episode he premiered in.
* MultiArmedAndDangerous: It has eight tentacle-like protrusion that it uses like two legs and six arms.
* NoNameGiven: As a virus, he probably doesn't even have a name.
* ProudWarriorRaceGuy: It speaks of infecting a body like waging a war and [[NobodyCallsMeChicken is extremely offended at Gumball calling it a coward]].
* UndignifiedDeath: [[{{Pride}} For the sake of proving its might]], it agrees to fight mano-a-mano against Gumball, [[TooDumbToLive who is millions of times his size]], and is immediately TrampledUnderfoot.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:'''Spoiler Character''']]
!!Elmore/The World
Not only is every individual object in the Elmore alive and sentient, but Elmore in its totality seems to possess some sort of intelligence. Although it hasn't talked or shown a face like any of the others objects or the planets, "The Void" heavily implies the world itself was responsible for the void's creation and "mistakes" being sent into it.
----
[[hardline]]
* GeniusLoci: Elmore is able to decide what things the world would be better without, then send them to the void. Mostly, it gets rid of dated fads and inefficient technology, but people may go out as well.
* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: Its modus operandi is pretty much that of an author who doesn't mind [[RetCon changing their world retroactively]] or doing terrible things to their characters for the sake of making the story more interesting.
* RealityWarper: The world can send things and people to another dimension, suppress most memories of them, and coverup evidence that they ever existed. Given the void's pattern flashed at the end of "The Kids", it might also be responsible for Gumball and Darwin's voice changing. It doesn't have absolute power, however, as Mr. Small, Darwin, and Gumball were able to remember anyway and break Molly out of the void before they were all sealed in.
* TotalitarianUtilitarian: If it will make the world better, it will take people and make them spend the rest of their life in an infinite nothingness with nothing but other mistakes for company. Naturally, it also wants to keep this a secret, even if it means sealing people who it ''didn't'' think of as mistakes in that same void. Of course, since ''it'' is the world, utilitarianism and [[ItsAllAboutMe selfishness]] are one and the same.
* WalkingSpoiler: Simply knowing that the world has a will of its own is a major part of the twist of "The Void".
[[/folder]]

[[folder:'''Spoiler Character''']]
!!Zach
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/zachwatterson.png
-->Voiced by Jacob Hopkins

An intolerable split personality Gumball develops upon finding out his real first name in "The Name".
----
[[hardline]]
* AssholeVictim: Gumball more or less kills Zach, albeit in self-defense and maybe by accident. Considering Zach was an independent consciousness, this might have significant moral implications... but he's such a jackass that no one gives it a second thought.
* CoolCat: Zach definitely ''tries'' to invoke the "confident" form of this trope, even wearing sunglasses, but everyone just thinks he's a tremendous douche. He even proudly declares that "There's a new cat in town!" shortly after appearing.
* CoolShades: He suddenly starts wearing neon-purple rimmed shades from nowhere, which [[SubvertedTrope really aren't very cool looking]], and work more like SinisterShades.
* CrazyPrepared: One genuine skill he demonstrates it planning all sorts of tricks to delay the other Wattersons, even putting a trap in his pocket for when they'd try to frisk him.
* EvilCounterpart: To Gumball. They both [[ItsAllAboutMe have huge egos]] [[ButtMonkey and usually fall flat on their face because they try to look cool]]. However, while Gumball [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold can show compassionate and empathy belatedly]], Zach is a straight up {{jerkass}}. Also, unlike Gumball, who recognizes his own failures, and lives with them, Zach refuses to acknowledge any of his shortcomings or losses, going so far as to alter the memories of his/Gumball's failures to turn them into victories.
* EvilSoundsDeep: When Zach is in control, Gumball speaks in a deeper voice. However, it's so obviously affected that instead of being intimidating it just makes Zach sound like more of a poser. In his last scene in Gumball's mind, however, his voice starts getting pitched down and slightly distorted, being more of a genuine example of this trope.
* FascinatingEyebrow: He's raising one of this eyebrows almost constantly, which leads Darwin to tell him he "spent the whole day with one eyebrow raised, behaving like a horrible jock".
* IdenticalTwinIDTag: You can tell when Zach is controlling Gumball's body because he pops the ([[RuleOfFunny non-existent]]) collar on Gumball's sweater.
* IRejectYourReality: He maintains he disillusions of greatness and popularity in the face of all evidence and words of others. He goes so far as to [[SelfServingMemory consciously and completely alter his memory of events]] so he'll look better in them.
-->'''Zach:''' Hey Carrie, I think we really nailed the song last night. Weíre totally gonna win the battle of the bands, man.\\
'''Carrie:''' Youíre not in a band. Iím not in a band. I bet you canít even give me the name of a band. \\
'''Zach:''' Psh, yeah, like... Germany.
* {{Jerkass}}: Zach is amazingly impolite, has an almost pathological [[ItsAllAboutMe disregard for and lack of awareness of other people]], and literally won a contest for being obnoxious.
* JerkJock: Zach ''thinks'' he's a jock, despite not being on any sports teams, not being able to ride his skateboard well, and generally not being any more athletic than Gumball was before.
* NoBodyLeftBehind: When Gumball finally beats Zach at something, bits of him start chipping off, showing a bright light in his silhouette as his torn to pieces. Although this of course wasn't really a "body" to start with.
* SmallNameBigEgo: For all the misplaced confidence Gumball has expressed, Zach is ''[[ADarkerMe much worse]]'' in this regard than Gumball ever was. Gumball would always acknowledges his shortcomings eventually; Zach does not and seems to believe his own hype with all his heart.
* SplitPersonality: Gumball initially seems to be acting obnoxious when he finds his real name, but Zach becomes a separate entity before he even notices.
* SplitPersonalityTakeover: He attempts to do this by [[SelfServingMemory altering Gumball's memories]] until he's erased.
* SuperPoweredEvilSide: Played with. There isn't as much focus on Zach being evil as being a huge jerk, though he really ''is'' evil, as he planned to erase Gumball's original personality so he didn't have to share. He's also not really that much better at most things than Gumball, he's just extremely confident and obnoxious. But when [[BattleInTheCenterOfTheMind mentally confronting]] his other, less-confident side, said confidence provides a tremendous advantage. But it's also his biggest weakness, as Gumball is mentally resilient enough take losing all the time, but the one time Zach is forced to face defeat ''it literally destroys him''.
* SmugSnake: His boundless pride directly leads to Gumball beating him.
* ThirdPersonPerson: Zach always refers to himself in third person, likely to emphasize he's not Gumball, and it's definitely the "arrogant" form.
* TheUnapologetic: He accidentally ''bites part of a kids face off'' and shows no regrets for it, because "Zach does what he wants".
-->''Zach doesn't apologize, he uses his charm.''
* UndignifiedDeath: Zach is destroyed in Gumball's mindscape, then Gumball immediately ''farts'', his body literally [[StealthPun clearly out the hot air]].
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!!Other Citizens of Elmore

[[folder:Banana Bob and Banana Barbara]]
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-->Voiced by Mic Graves (Bob), Sandra Searles Dickinson (Barbara)

Banana Joe's parents, two other [[AnthropomorphicFood bananas.]]

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!!Other Citizens of Elmore

[[folder:Banana Bob and Banana Barbara]]
!!Other

[[folder:Anton Clones]]
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-->Voiced by Mic Graves (Bob), Sandra Searles Dickinson (Barbara)

Banana Joe's parents,
Stefan Ashton Frank (Ant-One)

Numerous clones of Anton that Darwin and Gumball made in "The Recipe" using an everyday toaster. Among them, only the first
two other [[AnthropomorphicFood bananas.]]clones were named: the burnt first one, who named himself "Ant-One", and the second, which Gumball and Darwin named "Ant-Two".



* AlliterativeName: Both of them.
* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Barbara wears a polka-dot ribbon. Bizarrely, Bob's mustache was shown in "The Shell" to actually be a detachable accessory.
* TheChewToy: Barbara is subject to a large amount of prat-falls in "The Mothers", many of them caused by [[TheKlutz her extreme clumsiness.]]
* HiddenDepths: Banana Bob used to be a musician. And a bank robber.
* LookalikeLovers: They're basically identical save their TertiarySexualCharacteristics, as seen in "The Shell" where it's revealed that Banana Bob's mustache is detachable and, without it, his voice is very high and girl-like.
* MadOracle: In "The Shell" it's implied that Banana Barbara paints portraits that predict the future. "The Oracle" shows that she's been doing it for years, though Banana Joe never noticed because all of them were of the Watterson family. And any time she's seen making one, she [[ThousandYardStare stares around blankly]].
* ObliviouslyEvil: Banana Bob mentions in "The Oracle" that people threw their hands up and gave him money any time he put on a [[BlatantBurglar balaclava]] (or "bananaclava" as he calls it) and walked into a bank, not understanding that those people thought he was robbing them.
* SpeciesSurname: Like their son, "Banana" is their family name even though it's their first.
* TertiarySexualCharacteristics: Barbara has eyelashes, lipstick, and a bow while Bob has a mustache. In "The Shell," Banana Bob's mustache is detachable and the only thing keeping his voice masculine, which carries some odd implications.

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* AlliterativeName: Both EvilTwin: After surviving being burnt, Ant-One comes out of them.
the garbage can to try and replace the original Anton.
* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Barbara wears a polka-dot ribbon. Bizarrely, Bob's mustache was shown ExpendableClone: Although Darwin and Gumball worry about getting in "The Shell" to actually be a detachable accessory.
* TheChewToy: Barbara is subject to a large amount of prat-falls in "The Mothers", many
trouble for making them, almost all of them caused die, and nothing seems to come of it.
* LiteralGenie: They're so naive that they'll follow whatever orders they hear first as literally as possible, even taking "split up" to mean "tear yourself in half".
* NotEnoughToBury: [[spoiler:Ant-One falls into a pool and is [[FoldSpindleMutilation torn to pieces
by [[TheKlutz her extreme clumsiness.the grate of the drain he's sucked into]].]]
* HiddenDepths: Banana Bob used to be a musician. And a bank robber.
* LookalikeLovers: They're basically identical save their TertiarySexualCharacteristics, as seen in
SoleSurvivor: [[spoiler:Ant-Two is the only clone left at the end of "The Shell" where it's revealed Recipe". The "real" Anton also died, but he was just a different line of clones that Banana Bob's mustache is detachable and, without it, would presumably be replaced again by his voice is very high and girl-like.
* MadOracle: In "The Shell" it's implied that Banana Barbara paints portraits that predict
parents, raising the future. "The Oracle" shows that she's been doing it for years, though Banana Joe never noticed question of exactly what happened to Ant-Two.]]
* TooDumbToLive: All but Ant-One have even fewer self-preservation instincts than the real Anton, even directly causing their own deaths just
because all of them were of the Watterson family. And any time she's seen making one, she [[ThousandYardStare stares around blankly]].
* ObliviouslyEvil: Banana Bob mentions in "The Oracle" that
some random people threw their hands up and gave him money any time he put on a [[BlatantBurglar balaclava]] (or "bananaclava" as he calls it) and walked into a bank, not understanding that those people thought he was robbing them.
told them to.
* SpeciesSurname: Like their son, "Banana" is their family name even though it's their first.
* TertiarySexualCharacteristics: Barbara has eyelashes, lipstick, and a bow while Bob has a mustache. In "The Shell," Banana Bob's mustache is detachable and
VerbalTic: Ant-Two repeats the only thing keeping his voice masculine, which carries some odd implications.last words of something someone else said.
** [[SelfDemonstratingArticle Something someone else said!]]



[[folder:Billy and Felicity Parham]]
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-->Voiced by Richard Overall (Billy), Sandra Searles Dickinson (Felicity)

A mother and child who are both [[CartoonCreature abstract blobs]] colored orange and blue, respectively.

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[[folder:Billy and Felicity Parham]]
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[[folder:Mr. Cuddles]]
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-->Voiced by Richard Overall (Billy), Sandra Searles Dickinson (Felicity)

A mother and child
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Penny's pet tarantula
who are both [[CartoonCreature abstract blobs]] colored orange and blue, respectively.was thought to have died in "The Date". He seems to really, really hate Gumball.



* AbusiveParents[=/=]HilariouslyAbusiveChildhood: Billy does not have a very good mom.
** In "The Extras," she crashed her car (with her son in it) into a house and left him in there while she walked out and beaned herself on the head with a shovel.
** In "The Gripes," she threw her son in the trunk of the car and buckled up her groceries [[HypocriticalHumor as she accused Gumball's father of being a bad parent]].
** In "The Law," she leaves her son behind when she hijacks the ice cream truck and goes on a crime spree.
** In "The Butterfly," she shoved her own son out of the way when he was chasing after the $20 bill that the hairy hobo lost. [[LaserGuidedKarma Fortunately, she got what was coming to her when Mrs. Robinson shoved her out of the way to get the $20 bill]].
* AscendedExtra: They started as {{Recurring Extra}}s throughout season 2[[labelnote:before that]]A completely different-looking boy, who once spoke with the same voice as Billy, and his mother were seen several times in the first season[[/labelnote]], then they got a skit in "The Extras" and major roles in "The Law" and "The Egg".
* AxCrazy: Felicity, and ''how''.
* BlueOrangeContrast: Not only are they blue and orange, but the mother has blue lips.
* ChildProdigy: Billy is about as smart as Anais, and a bit more of an InsufferableGenius.
* {{Hipster}}: Billy seems rather disdainful of suburban living. He [[BirdsOfAFeather gets along with Anais very well]], celebrating how they'll do hipster things like tour Europe and get tattoos, [[spoiler:until she admits she likes Daisy the Donkey, which he thinks is a mindless show that exists solely to sell merchandise]].
* RichBitch: It's not clear exactly how rich they are, but they're both pretty stuck up. When it appears to them that Gumball and Darwin were being arrested, the mother assumes it's because they went to public school.
* SphereEyes
* StepfordSmiler: Beneath her cheery demeanor, Felicity is bitchy at best and mentally deranged at worst. In their skit in "The Extras" when she got tired of Billy's pestering, she crashed her car into their house and knocked herself out with a shovel so she didn't have to listen to him. In "The Law," the sight of Gumball not being stopped by the Doughnut Sheriff (who was fired) for ''jaywalking'' enrages her so much that she immediately figures law and order doesn't exist anymore, hijacks Larry's ice cream truck, leaving her son behind, and plows through Elmore until she reaches the police department and threatens to kill the Chief of Police with an ice cream cone. "The Egg" is pretty much an entire episode of her making catty remarks about The Wattersons while barely trying to keep her cheerfulness at bay.
* {{Tuckerization}}: Their last name comes from one of the show's writers, Joe Parham.
* UnexplainedAccent: Billy has a British accent[[note]]specifically ReceivedPronunciation, so it's probably not even one of the show's British voice actors NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent[[/note]], even though his mother and the rest of Elmore do not.
* UnnamedParent: Until "The Egg", Felicity's name was never stated.

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* AbusiveParents[=/=]HilariouslyAbusiveChildhood: Billy does not have a very good mom.
** In
BusCrash: He wasn't with the Fitzgerald family when they were standing outside their burning house at the end of "The Extras," she crashed her car (with her son in it) into a house and left him in there while she walked out and beaned herself on the head with a shovel.
** In "The Gripes," she threw her son
Bros". [[FridgeHorror That implies]], probably accidentally, that Mr. Cuddles died in the trunk of fire or was already dead for some other reason.
* FluffyTheTerrible: Despite
the car name, he's a tarantula, and buckled up her groceries [[HypocriticalHumor as she accused Gumball's father of being a bad parent]].
** In "The Law," she leaves her son behind when she hijacks the ice cream truck and goes on a crime spree.
** In "The Butterfly," she shoved her own son out of the way when
fairly aggressive one.
* TalkingAnimal: Like all animals in Elmore,
he was chasing after the $20 bill showed that the hairy hobo lost. [[LaserGuidedKarma Fortunately, she got what was coming to her when Mrs. Robinson shoved her out of the way to get the $20 bill]].
* AscendedExtra: They started as {{Recurring Extra}}s throughout season 2[[labelnote:before that]]A completely different-looking boy, who once spoke with the same voice as Billy, and his mother were seen several times in the first season[[/labelnote]], then they got a skit
he could talk in "The Extras" and major roles in "The Law" and "The Egg".
* AxCrazy: Felicity, and ''how''.
* BlueOrangeContrast: Not only are they blue and orange,
World", but the mother has blue lips.
* ChildProdigy: Billy is about as smart as Anais, and a bit more of an InsufferableGenius.
* {{Hipster}}: Billy seems rather disdainful of suburban living. He [[BirdsOfAFeather gets along with Anais very well]], celebrating how they'll do hipster things like tour Europe and get tattoos, [[spoiler:until she admits she likes Daisy the Donkey, which he thinks is a mindless show that exists solely to sell merchandise]].
* RichBitch: It's not clear exactly how rich they are, but they're both pretty stuck up. When it appears to them that Gumball and Darwin were being arrested, the mother assumes it's because they went to public school.
* SphereEyes
* StepfordSmiler: Beneath her cheery demeanor, Felicity is bitchy at best and mentally deranged at worst. In their skit in "The Extras" when she got tired of Billy's pestering, she crashed her car into their house and knocked herself out with a shovel so she didn't have to listen to him. In "The Law," the sight of Gumball not being stopped by the Doughnut Sheriff (who was fired) for ''jaywalking'' enrages her so much that she immediately figures law and order
doesn't exist anymore, hijacks Larry's ice cream truck, leaving her son behind, and plows through Elmore until she reaches the police department and threatens to kill the Chief of Police with an ice cream cone. "The Egg" is pretty much an entire episode of her making catty remarks about The Wattersons while barely trying to keep her cheerfulness at bay.
* {{Tuckerization}}: Their last name comes from one of the show's writers, Joe Parham.
* UnexplainedAccent: Billy has a British accent[[note]]specifically ReceivedPronunciation, so it's probably not even one of the show's British voice actors NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent[[/note]], even though his mother and the rest of Elmore
do not.
* UnnamedParent: Until "The Egg", Felicity's name was never stated.
it normally.



[[folder:Patrick Fitzgerald]]
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-->Voiced by Dan Russell

Penny's father, another [[AnimateInanimateObject living peanut]] [[MixAndMatchCritters with antlers]]. [[spoiler:Although beneath his shell he's presumably a spectral shapeshifter with antlers like his daughter.]]

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[[folder:Patrick Fitzgerald]]
[[folder:Kenneth]]
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-->Voiced by Dan Russell

Penny's father, another [[AnimateInanimateObject living peanut]] [[MixAndMatchCritters with antlers]]. [[spoiler:Although beneath his shell he's presumably
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A strange creature accidentally created when Darwin and Gumball's "gross jar" is heated in
a spectral shapeshifter with antlers like his daughter.]]microwave. He eats basically anything and eventually any''one'', growing larger all the time.



* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Normally wears only sandals with socks under them. When at work he also wears a hardhat and when jogging he replaces the sandals with tennis shoes and adds sweatbands.
* BlackBeadEyes: Like his daughter, his eyes look like this, but actually seem to be holes in his shell.
* EarlyBirdCameo: Gumball, Darwin, and Nicole run through his backyard in "The DVD", when he wouldn't get a speaking role until "The Date" later that season.
* FatIdiot: Subverted. Mr. Fitzgerald is scarily on the ball when it comes to parenting, and seems to be a very authoritative and strict person, despite his size - which, given what the Fitzgeralds are like under their shells, may not be indicative of his weight anyway.
* LargeAndInCharge: The biggest in the Fitzgerald household.
* OnlySaneMan: Has a justified grudge against the Wattersons, [[PapaWolf and Gumball in particular]], but is unusually quick to put it aside as events dictate. Was pretty much the only Elmore resident who was willing to work ''with'' the Wattersons in some way during the events of "The Finale" (by taking a fall in a "Dad Fight" between him and Richard, as things had clearly gotten well out of hand with the crowd and all).
* OverprotectiveDad: He refuses to let Penny see Gumball after his family makes a bad impression in "The Knights", and flat-out refuses to even let her say anything about it. "The Shell" implies a lot of this is because their whole family are secretive about what they're like under their shells, but this ends up backfiring and making Penny feel ashamed after she leaves her shell. Since "The Shell," however, Patrick hasn't been as overprotective or as antagonistic to Gumball: In "The Spoiler," he still feels the need to eavesdrop over Gumball and Penny's phone conversation, but he's notably less hostile towards Gumball than he was before and actually feels bad about revealing a major plot point in ''The Screamening''.
* PapaWolf: To Penny. The fact that she likes [[IdiotHero Gumball]] doesn't help. However, as of "The Shell" (when Gumball called him out on hurting Penny's feelings when she was freaking out over her new form, then consoled him and told him that "parenting is hard" and went through hell to get Penny back to her default form and back to her father), Patrick has loosened up a bit.
* UglyGuyHotWife: His wife isn't fat like he is, though he seems to be in much better shape than Richard.
* UnnamedParent: His given name (Patrick) wasn't stated until "The Shell". The same episode played with it by Gumball repeatedly calling him some variation of "Robert", when the audience would have no idea that he was wrong.

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* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Normally wears only sandals with socks under them. When at work he also wears a hardhat and when jogging he replaces ILoveNuclearPower: Gumball claims Kenneth was created by "the atomic power of the sandals with tennis shoes and adds sweatbands.
* BlackBeadEyes: Like his daughter, his eyes look like this, but
microwave", though microwaves actually seem have nothing to be holes do with nuclear radiation.
* ItCameFromTheFridge: Kenneth originated when a bunch of gross stuff Gumball put
in his shell.
a jar was put in the microwave.
* EarlyBirdCameo: Gumball, Darwin, MiracleGroMonster: It's voracious eating habits let it keep growing and Nicole run through his backyard in growing until, after a few days at most, it goes from approximately football-sized to two stories tall.
* MonsterOfTheWeek: Kenneth is not mentioned after
"The DVD", when he wouldn't get a speaking role Microwave" until "The Date" later that season.
* FatIdiot: Subverted. Mr. Fitzgerald is scarily on the ball when it comes to parenting, and seems to be a very authoritative and strict person, despite his size - which, given what the Fitzgeralds are like under their shells, may not be indicative of his weight anyway.
* LargeAndInCharge: The biggest
he [[TheBusCameBack reappears]] in the Fitzgerald household.
* OnlySaneMan: Has a justified grudge against the Wattersons, [[PapaWolf and Gumball in particular]], but is unusually quick to put it aside as events dictate. Was pretty much the only Elmore resident who was willing to work ''with'' the Wattersons in some way during the events of
"The Finale" (by taking a fall in a "Dad Fight" between when Richard takes him and Richard, as out of storage.
* MuckMonster: Kenneth body looks like it's made of mud or sludge. Rather than being industrial waste, he's simply made of all the gross
things had clearly gotten well out of hand with the crowd and all).
* OverprotectiveDad: He refuses to let Penny see
Gumball after his family makes a bad impression in "The Knights", could collect, including used tissues, bird poop, belly-button lint, and flat-out refuses to even let her say anything about it. "The Shell" implies a lot of this is because their whole family are secretive about what they're like under their shells, but this ends up backfiring and making Penny feel ashamed after she leaves her shell. Since "The Shell," however, Patrick hasn't been as overprotective or as antagonistic to Gumball: spoiled milk that was swallowed then regurgitated.
* SealedEvilInACan:
In "The Spoiler," he still feels Finale", it turns out Kenneth was dealt with offscreen by reducing him to his original size again, putting him in his original jar, and freezing it. He's unsealed as part of the need to eavesdrop over Watterson family's LastDance.
* UglyCute: In-universe,
Gumball and Penny's phone conversation, but he's notably less hostile towards Gumball than he was Darwin [[AdmiringTheAbomination certainly think Kenneth, as their "son", is cute]], and Anais reluctantly describe it using these exact words. At least before and actually feels bad about revealing a major plot point in ''The Screamening''.
* PapaWolf: To Penny. The fact that she likes [[IdiotHero Gumball]] doesn't help. However, as of "The Shell" (when Gumball called him out on hurting Penny's feelings when she was freaking out over her new form, then consoled him and told him that "parenting is hard" and went through hell
he starts growing to get Penny back to her default form and back to her father), Patrick has loosened up a bit.
* UglyGuyHotWife: His wife isn't fat like he is, though he seems to be in much better shape than Richard.
* UnnamedParent: His given name (Patrick) wasn't stated until "The Shell". The same episode played with it by Gumball repeatedly calling him some variation of "Robert", when the audience would have no idea that he was wrong.
tremendous proportions after ''eating people alive.''



[[folder:The Chimera]]
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A large, strange creature made of many different parts (mostly Lego bricks, a Barbie doll leg, a plastic shark's head, and a leg from an action figure of The Thing from The Fantastic Four). He pretended to be an imaginary friend created by Anais, Darwin, and Gumball but was actually a creation of a lonely toymaker who outlived him.
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[[folder:The Chimera]]
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A large, strange creature made
Solar System]]
-->Voiced by Kerry Shale (sun)

In the universe
of many different parts (mostly Lego bricks, a Barbie doll leg, a plastic shark's head, this show, it's not just things on Earth that are alive, but Earth itself and a leg from an action figure of The Thing from The Fantastic Four). He pretended to be an imaginary friend created by Anais, Darwin, and Gumball but was actually a creation of a lonely toymaker who outlived him.
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other celestial bodies.
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* {{Adorkable}}: His social skills are rather poor because he'd previously never talked with anyone but his creator. Gumball even tells Anais that [[LonelyTogether she finally found someone as socially awkward as her]], [[HellYesMoment to her delight]].
* BizarreTasteInFood: He eats hair.
* DetachmentCombat[=/=]PullingThemselvesTogether: Although he doesn't use them to fight, The Friend can remotely control his detachable pieces and reassemble himself at will. He shows this off by [[LosingYourHead taking his head off]] then comes together again after being blown to pieces.
* DoesNotKnowHisOwnStrength: He barely nudges a pinata and it's sent flying into the sky.
* {{Living Toy|}}: An old toymaker made him because he was lonely.
* MisunderstoodLonerWithAHeartOfGold: After his creator died, he started wandering around at random and his appearance made people scared of him even though he's actually quite nice.
* MixAndMatchCritters: And a [[OurMonstersAreWeird rather bizarre one]] even by Elmore standards: his body is a collection of LEGO-like blocks, his left arm is robot-like and has a buzzsaw, the right arm is like a giant action figure's arm, his right leg is like a mannequin's, his left like [[Comicbook/FantasticFour Ben Grimm's]], and he has a shark's head with long hair.
* NotSoImaginaryFriend: He shows up right after Anais, Darwin, and Gumball try to make up an imaginary friend together, and pretends to be the friend they made up.
* NoNameGiven: He never uses any name, isn't ask for one, and might not have one.
* OddFriendship: He forms one with Anais.

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* {{Adorkable}}: His social skills are rather poor because he'd previously never talked UsefulNotes/BritishAccents: In "The Debt", the moon and Saturn have Estuary accents. All the planets and the moon have generic American accents in every other scenes until "The Question", where ''every'' planet (but not the sun) has an Estuary accent.
* GeniusLoci: They're cable of thinking, speaking [[SpaceIsNoisy
with anyone but his creator. each other and people on Earth]], and ''singing''.
* SmugSuper: They're bigger than you, will live longer than you, and flat out tell
Gumball that his life and everyone else's are insignificant. What they ''don't'' get is that even tells Anais that [[LonelyTogether she finally found someone as socially awkward as her]], [[HellYesMoment to her delight]].
* BizarreTasteInFood: He eats hair.
* DetachmentCombat[=/=]PullingThemselvesTogether: Although he doesn't use them to fight, The Friend can remotely control his detachable pieces
their existence is finite, and reassemble himself at will. He shows this off by [[LosingYourHead taking his head off]] then comes together again after being blown to pieces.
* DoesNotKnowHisOwnStrength: He barely nudges a pinata and it's sent flying
end up [[TooDumbToLive wasting the rest of their lives rubbing their superiority into the sky.
face of someone who can't hear them]].
* {{Living Toy|}}: An old toymaker made him because he was lonely.
TimeAbyss: Since they're planets, they've been "alive" for billions of years and will be for billions more.
* MisunderstoodLonerWithAHeartOfGold: After his creator died, he started wandering WeirdMoon: The moon has visible ''butt cheeks'', which it enjoys shoving into Earth's face, sometimes while singing.
* WeirdSun: The sun can swing
around at random and his appearance made the horizon to complain about people scared of him making too much noise at night. In "The Dress" it was even though he's actually quite nice.
* MixAndMatchCritters: And a [[OurMonstersAreWeird rather bizarre one]] even by Elmore standards: his body is a collection of LEGO-like blocks, his left arm is robot-like
small and has a buzzsaw, the right arm is like a giant action figure's arm, his right leg is like a mannequin's, his left like [[Comicbook/FantasticFour Ben Grimm's]], and he has a shark's head with long hair.
* NotSoImaginaryFriend: He shows up right after Anais, Darwin, and Gumball try to make up an imaginary friend together, and pretends to be the friend they made up.
* NoNameGiven: He never uses any name, isn't ask
close enough for one, and might not have one.
* OddFriendship: He forms one with Anais.
a balloon to float into it.



[[folder:Granny Jojo]]
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-->Voiced by Sandra Searles Dickinson

Richard's mother, another [[AmazingTechnicolorPopulation pink]] [[FunnyAnimal rabbit.]]

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[[folder:Granny Jojo]]
[[folder:Virus]]
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-->Voiced by Sandra Searles Dickinson

Richard's mother, another [[AmazingTechnicolorPopulation pink]] [[FunnyAnimal rabbit.]]
Kerry Shale

A [[TalkingAnimal sentient virus]] and leader of a new strain that mutated on Gumball's unwashed hand. Teri forced Gumball to wash that hand, killing all his soldiers and setting him off for revenge.



* CharacterizationMarchesOn: Rather than being overly protective, in the first season she seemed extremely ''apathetic'', not wanting to do anything in "The Kiss" but watch TV all day and uncaringly telling Richard that magic wasn't real in a flashback in "The Wand". Compare with episodes like "The Authority" and "The Man," where it's established that she was an overprotective parent to Richard and lied to him about why his father wasn't around.
* DecemberDecemberRomance: With Louie (the MickeyMouse {{Expy}}); [[ParentWithNewParamour when Richard finds out]], he freaks.
* GrossUpCloseUp: We constantly get this of her putting on her lipstick in "The Kiss".
* FreudianExcuse: "The Man" implies that [[spoiler:Richard's father leaving him and his mother 42 years ago when he was very young]] is part of why she's so overprotective.
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: Like her granddaughter, but unlike her son, she wears shoes.
* MiniatureSeniorCitizen: In the first season she was noticeably shorter than Richard or Nicole. [[ArtEvolution Her second season design]] is barely taller than Anais.
-->'''Granny Jojo:''' (inside, talking about the kids outside) See, this is exactly the kind of thing I was worried about. \\
'''Nicole:''' How would you know? You're not even tall enough to look out the window!
* MyBelovedSmother: She thinks a mother has to protect her family from everything [[ScareEmStraight by making them scared of everything.]] Richard's such a FatIdiot because she had him sit around eating all day, never learning how to do anything himself.
* TheNicknamer: Calls Gumball "the blue one" Darwin "walking fish" and "fish kid".
* ObnoxiousInLaws: Both Nicole and Richard prefer to be as far away as possible whenever she visits. She has an extremely low opinion of Nicole as a mother that she vocalizes regularly, yet also leans on her for ridiculous demands, making her waste one of her only four days off to be her chauffeur.
* VagueAge: In "The Man" she states herself to be 63 years old, yet she already looked old when Richard was a kid, and he's now thought to be between 40 and 50 years of age.
* ScrewPolitenessImASenior: She's very blunt, [[HeyYou doesn't bother to remember her grandkids names]], and she made Anais carry a suitcase that's clearly too heavy for her.

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* CharacterizationMarchesOn: Rather than being overly protective, in the first season she seemed extremely ''apathetic'', not wanting to do anything in "The Kiss" but watch TV all day and uncaringly telling Richard that magic wasn't real in a flashback in "The Wand". Compare with episodes like "The Authority" and "The Man," where it's established that she was an overprotective parent to Richard and lied to him about why his father wasn't around.
* DecemberDecemberRomance: With Louie (the MickeyMouse {{Expy}}); [[ParentWithNewParamour when Richard finds out]], he freaks.
* GrossUpCloseUp: We
AdaptiveAbility: It's constantly get this of her putting on her lipstick in "The Kiss".
* FreudianExcuse: "The Man" implies that [[spoiler:Richard's father leaving him and his mother 42 years ago when he was very young]] is part of why she's so overprotective.
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: Like her granddaughter, but unlike her son, she wears shoes.
* MiniatureSeniorCitizen: In the first season she was noticeably shorter than Richard or Nicole. [[ArtEvolution Her second season design]] is barely taller than Anais.
-->'''Granny Jojo:''' (inside, talking about the kids outside) See, this is exactly the kind of thing I was worried about. \\
'''Nicole:''' How would you know? You're not even tall enough
mutating, causing it to look out the window!
* MyBelovedSmother: She thinks a mother has to protect her family from everything [[ScareEmStraight by making them scared of everything.]] Richard's
gain strange properties such as {{flight}} and infecting ''computers'' instead of people.
* AvengingTheVillain: The virus was the commander of
a FatIdiot because she had him sit around eating all day, never learning how to do anything himself.
* TheNicknamer: Calls
virus army and SoleSurvivor of Gumball "the blue one" Darwin "walking fish" washing his hands. He swears he'll avenge them by infecting and "fish kid".
* ObnoxiousInLaws: Both Nicole
killing Gumball, his family, his friends, and Richard prefer to be as far away as possible whenever she visits. She has an everyone else until [[OmnicidalManiac "nothing is left alive on the surface of the Earth".]]
* EvilSoundsDeep: Played with; anytime it's in closeup, it's voice sounds very deep. Farther shots, however, show that its voice is
extremely low opinion high-pitched from a subjective perspective because it's so small.
* ExtraEyes: It has three eyes, though given it's a virus ''any''
of Nicole as the eyes are "extras".
* GutturalGrowler: It speaks with
a mother very guttural voice.
* MonsterOfTheWeek: He's dead by the end of the episode he premiered in.
* MultiArmedAndDangerous: It has eight tentacle-like protrusion
that she vocalizes regularly, yet also leans on her for ridiculous demands, making her waste one of her only four days off to be her chauffeur.
* VagueAge: In "The Man" she states herself to be 63 years old, yet she already looked old when Richard was a kid,
it uses like two legs and he's now thought to be between 40 and 50 years of age.
six arms.
* ScrewPolitenessImASenior: She's very blunt, [[HeyYou NoNameGiven: As a virus, he probably doesn't bother to remember her grandkids names]], even have a name.
* ProudWarriorRaceGuy: It speaks of infecting a body like waging a war
and she made Anais carry [[NobodyCallsMeChicken is extremely offended at Gumball calling it a suitcase that's clearly too heavy for her.coward]].
* UndignifiedDeath: [[{{Pride}} For the sake of proving its might]], it agrees to fight mano-a-mano against Gumball, [[TooDumbToLive who is millions of times his size]], and is immediately TrampledUnderfoot.



[[folder:Mrs. Jötunheim]]
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-->Voiced by Sandra Searles Dickinson

Hector's mother, a grumpy witch who has to keep her son calm to keep him from destroying Elmore.

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[[folder:Mrs. Jötunheim]]
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-->Voiced by Sandra Searles Dickinson

Hector's mother, a grumpy witch who has
[[folder:'''Spoiler Character''']]
!!Elmore/The World
Not only is every individual object in the Elmore alive and sentient, but Elmore in its totality seems
to keep her son calm to keep him from destroying Elmore.possess some sort of intelligence. Although it hasn't talked or shown a face like any of the others objects or the planets, "The Void" heavily implies the world itself was responsible for the void's creation and "mistakes" being sent into it.



* AbsurdlyYouthfulMother: {{Inverted|Trope}}; she looks far too old to have a middle school-aged son. Possibly whatever species she is [[YoungerThanTheyLook looks like that regardless of age]], or giants like Hector grow more slowly than "regular" people.
* BlueCollarWarlock: She is a rather comical mixture of a traditional witch (she lives in a cave, uses a MagicCauldron, knows about magic spells, and flies on a broom) and an everyday person (she goes into town like everyone else, she works as a custodian, and she has a son in middle school).
* {{Expy}}: Her character design is heavily based on [[Film/SpiritedAway Yubaba]].
* InterspeciesRomance: Her husband is stated to be a giant even bigger than Hector, implying she's a member of some WitchSpecies, rather than a giant that shrank with old age. [[HotSkittyOnWailordAction And she's not even as big as a human.]]
* GoodIsNotNice: Mrs. Jötunheim is fairly unpleasant to talk to, but is the main thing keeping Hector from destroying the town and helps Gumball from the Snatcher in "The Mirror" without asking for anything in return.
* MiniatureSeniorCitizen: Even Gumball towers over her.
* MyBelovedSmother: She's extremely controlling of everything Hector sees and does, even vetoing his online friend invitations and heavily censoring his comics. [[PlayingWithATrope However,]] this isn't to protect Hector, it's to keep him calm, protecting everyone else ''from'' him.
* WickedWitch: She turns out to really be a witch, as Gumball had guessed, and has a lot of the visual traits, including discolored warty skin, [[SinisterSchnoz a big nose]], and a {{witch broom}}, [[SubvertedTrope but isn't really evil.]]

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[[hardline]]
* AbsurdlyYouthfulMother: {{Inverted|Trope}}; she looks far too old GeniusLoci: Elmore is able to have a middle school-aged son. Possibly whatever species she decide what things the world would be better without, then send them to the void. Mostly, it gets rid of dated fads and inefficient technology, but people may go out as well.
* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: Its modus operandi
is [[YoungerThanTheyLook looks like pretty much that regardless of age]], an author who doesn't mind [[RetCon changing their world retroactively]] or giants like Hector grow doing terrible things to their characters for the sake of making the story more slowly than "regular" people.
interesting.
* BlueCollarWarlock: She is a rather comical mixture of a traditional witch (she lives in a cave, uses a MagicCauldron, knows about magic spells, RealityWarper: The world can send things and flies on a broom) people to another dimension, suppress most memories of them, and an everyday person (she goes into town like everyone else, she works as a custodian, and she has a son in middle school).
* {{Expy}}: Her character design is heavily based on [[Film/SpiritedAway Yubaba]].
* InterspeciesRomance: Her husband is stated to be a giant even bigger than Hector, implying she's a member of some WitchSpecies, rather than a giant
coverup evidence that shrank with old age. [[HotSkittyOnWailordAction And she's not even as big as a human.]]
* GoodIsNotNice: Mrs. Jötunheim is fairly unpleasant to talk to, but is
they ever existed. Given the main thing keeping Hector from destroying void's pattern flashed at the town and helps Gumball from the Snatcher in end of "The Mirror" without asking Kids", it might also be responsible for anything in return.
* MiniatureSeniorCitizen: Even
Gumball towers over her.
* MyBelovedSmother: She's extremely controlling of everything Hector sees
and does, even vetoing his online friend invitations Darwin's voice changing. It doesn't have absolute power, however, as Mr. Small, Darwin, and heavily censoring his comics. [[PlayingWithATrope However,]] this isn't Gumball were able to protect Hector, it's remember anyway and break Molly out of the void before they were all sealed in.
* TotalitarianUtilitarian: If it will make the world better, it will take people and make them spend the rest of their life in an infinite nothingness with nothing but other mistakes for company. Naturally, it also wants
to keep him calm, protecting everyone else ''from'' him.
* WickedWitch: She turns out to really be
this a witch, secret, even if it means sealing people who it ''didn't'' think of as Gumball had guessed, mistakes in that same void. Of course, since ''it'' is the world, utilitarianism and [[ItsAllAboutMe selfishness]] are one and the same.
* WalkingSpoiler: Simply knowing that the world
has a lot will of its own is a major part of the visual traits, including discolored warty skin, [[SinisterSchnoz a big nose]], and a {{witch broom}}, [[SubvertedTrope but isn't really evil.]]twist of "The Void".



[[folder:Laurence "Larry" Needlemeyer]]
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-->Voiced by Kerry Shale

A skinny man [[RockMonster made of rock]] who works many different jobs throughout Elmore.

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[[folder:Laurence "Larry" Needlemeyer]]
[[folder:'''Spoiler Character''']]
!!Zach
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-->Voiced by Kerry Shale

A skinny man [[RockMonster made of rock]] who works many different jobs throughout Elmore.
Jacob Hopkins

An intolerable split personality Gumball develops upon finding out his real first name in "The Name".



* BarrierMaiden: He holds so many jobs that his continued employment is required to keep Elmore's economy (and society as a whole) from spontaneously collapsing.
* CartoonCreature: [[https://twitter.com/#!/benbocquelet/status/171333727501295616 He's suppose to be]] a [[RockMonster rock-man]], but his design makes this slightly hard to tell.
* ChewToy: He can hardly make an appearance where something terrible doesn't happen to him -- usually at the hands of the Watterson family.
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: Wears a shirt plus LongPants.
* FunnySchizophrenia: In "The Game", he takes a pizza being ordered to his own address from a PrankCall, then argues with ''himself'' over who pays for it, ultimately throwing the pizza in his own face.
-->'''Larry:''' I think all these jobs are messing with my head.
* HumiliationConga: Goes through one at the hands of Gumball and Darwin in "The Laziest", as they get him fired while causing his car to be destroyed and girlfriend to dump him. [[UnexplainedRecovery He's back to normal by his next appearance.]]
* NewJobAsThePlotDemands: Runs pretty much every shop in town and does a lot of other jobs as well that isn't already covered by other characters. {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d in the "The Finale" where it is explained that because of the Wattersons' constant antics, he has to take on more than one job in order to pay for all the damage they caused for him. In "The Pizza", it turns out he's the ''only'' one in town doing many of these things (including pest control worker[[note]]even though "The Shell" showed that a cockroach, ironically, is the town's pest control worker...unless he got fired for shooting Nicole with a tranquilizer dart while trying to subdue Penny during her shapeshifting freak-out and Larry took over[[/note]], police station accountant, and roadside repairman), and if he goes, the town's economy falls.
* ThatManIsDead: He used to be "Lazy Larry", the laziest person in Elmore, but after he lost that title to Richard he's been trying to get his life together and doesn't like being called "Lazy Larry" anymore.

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* BarrierMaiden: He holds so many jobs AssholeVictim: Gumball more or less kills Zach, albeit in self-defense and maybe by accident. Considering Zach was an independent consciousness, this might have significant moral implications... but he's such a jackass that his continued employment is required no one gives it a second thought.
* CoolCat: Zach definitely ''tries''
to keep Elmore's economy (and society as invoke the "confident" form of this trope, even wearing sunglasses, but everyone just thinks he's a whole) tremendous douche. He even proudly declares that "There's a new cat in town!" shortly after appearing.
* CoolShades: He suddenly starts wearing neon-purple rimmed shades
from spontaneously collapsing.
nowhere, which [[SubvertedTrope really aren't very cool looking]], and work more like SinisterShades.
* CartoonCreature: [[https://twitter.com/#!/benbocquelet/status/171333727501295616 CrazyPrepared: One genuine skill he demonstrates it planning all sorts of tricks to delay the other Wattersons, even putting a trap in his pocket for when they'd try to frisk him.
* EvilCounterpart: To Gumball. They both [[ItsAllAboutMe have huge egos]] [[ButtMonkey and usually fall flat on their face because they try to look cool]]. However, while Gumball [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold can show compassionate and empathy belatedly]], Zach is a straight up {{jerkass}}. Also, unlike Gumball, who recognizes his own failures, and lives with them, Zach refuses to acknowledge any of his shortcomings or losses, going so far as to alter the memories of his/Gumball's failures to turn them into victories.
* EvilSoundsDeep: When Zach is in control, Gumball speaks in a deeper voice. However, it's so obviously affected that instead of being intimidating it just makes Zach sound like more of a poser. In his last scene in Gumball's mind, however, his voice starts getting pitched down and slightly distorted, being more of a genuine example of this trope.
* FascinatingEyebrow:
He's suppose to be]] a [[RockMonster rock-man]], but his design makes raising one of this slightly hard eyebrows almost constantly, which leads Darwin to tell.
tell him he "spent the whole day with one eyebrow raised, behaving like a horrible jock".
* ChewToy: He IdenticalTwinIDTag: You can hardly make tell when Zach is controlling Gumball's body because he pops the ([[RuleOfFunny non-existent]]) collar on Gumball's sweater.
* IRejectYourReality: He maintains he disillusions of greatness and popularity in the face of all evidence and words of others. He goes so far as to [[SelfServingMemory consciously and completely alter his memory of events]] so he'll look better in them.
-->'''Zach:''' Hey Carrie, I think we really nailed the song last night. Weíre totally gonna win the battle of the bands, man.\\
'''Carrie:''' Youíre not in a band. Iím not in a band. I bet you canít even give me the name of a band. \\
'''Zach:''' Psh, yeah, like... Germany.
* {{Jerkass}}: Zach is amazingly impolite, has
an appearance where something terrible almost pathological [[ItsAllAboutMe disregard for and lack of awareness of other people]], and literally won a contest for being obnoxious.
* JerkJock: Zach ''thinks'' he's a jock, despite not being on any sports teams, not being able to ride his skateboard well, and generally not being any more athletic than Gumball was before.
* NoBodyLeftBehind: When Gumball finally beats Zach at something, bits of him start chipping off, showing a bright light in his silhouette as his torn to pieces. Although this of course wasn't really a "body" to start with.
* SmallNameBigEgo: For all the misplaced confidence Gumball has expressed, Zach is ''[[ADarkerMe much worse]]'' in this regard than Gumball ever was. Gumball would always acknowledges his shortcomings eventually; Zach does not and seems to believe his own hype with all his heart.
* SplitPersonality: Gumball initially seems to be acting obnoxious when he finds his real name, but Zach becomes a separate entity before he even notices.
* SplitPersonalityTakeover: He attempts to do this by [[SelfServingMemory altering Gumball's memories]] until he's erased.
* SuperPoweredEvilSide: Played with. There isn't as much focus on Zach being evil as being a huge jerk, though he really ''is'' evil, as he planned to erase Gumball's original personality so he didn't have to share. He's also not really that much better at most things than Gumball, he's just extremely confident and obnoxious. But when [[BattleInTheCenterOfTheMind mentally confronting]] his other, less-confident side, said confidence provides a tremendous advantage. But it's also his biggest weakness, as Gumball is mentally resilient enough take losing all the time, but the one time Zach is forced to face defeat ''it literally destroys him''.
* SmugSnake: His boundless pride directly leads to Gumball beating him.
* ThirdPersonPerson: Zach always refers to himself in third person, likely to emphasize he's not Gumball, and it's definitely the "arrogant" form.
* TheUnapologetic: He accidentally ''bites part of a kids face off'' and shows no regrets for it, because "Zach does what he wants".
-->''Zach
doesn't happen to him -- usually at the hands of the Watterson family.
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: Wears a shirt plus LongPants.
* FunnySchizophrenia: In "The Game",
apologize, he takes a pizza being ordered to uses his own address from a PrankCall, then argues with ''himself'' over who pays for it, ultimately throwing the pizza in his own face.
-->'''Larry:''' I think all these jobs are messing with my head.
charm.''
* HumiliationConga: Goes through one at the hands of Gumball and Darwin in "The Laziest", as they get him fired while causing his car to be UndignifiedDeath: Zach is destroyed and girlfriend to dump him. [[UnexplainedRecovery He's back to normal by in Gumball's mindscape, then Gumball immediately ''farts'', his next appearance.]]
* NewJobAsThePlotDemands: Runs pretty much every shop in town and does a lot of other jobs as well that isn't already covered by other characters. {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d in
body literally [[StealthPun clearly out the "The Finale" where it is explained that because of the Wattersons' constant antics, he has to take on more than one job in order to pay for all the damage they caused for him. In "The Pizza", it turns out he's the ''only'' one in town doing many of these things (including pest control worker[[note]]even though "The Shell" showed that a cockroach, ironically, is the town's pest control worker...unless he got fired for shooting Nicole with a tranquilizer dart while trying to subdue Penny during her shapeshifting freak-out and Larry took over[[/note]], police station accountant, and roadside repairman), and if he goes, the town's economy falls.
* ThatManIsDead: He used to be "Lazy Larry", the laziest person in Elmore, but after he lost that title to Richard he's been trying to get his life together and doesn't like being called "Lazy Larry" anymore.
hot air]].




[[folder:Richwood High Tennis Team]]
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-->Voiced by Hugo Harold-Harrison (Carlton), Fergus Craig (Troy), Steve Furst (Mr. Kreese)

A trio of [[StylisticSuck poorly-animated]] (looking similar to how humans are animated in most 1980s cartoons, like ''GIJoeARealAmericanHero'' or anything by {{Filmation}}) humans: two high-school tennis players named Carlton and Troy and their coach, Mr. Kreese. They're the only humans to appear on the show in person (not counting Santa Claus, who may be a sort of elf/fairy).
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* AmbiguouslyBrown: Troy has a somewhat dark skin tone, but it might just be a tan.
* BunnyEarsLawyer: In spite of their delusional behavior, Carlton and Troy are actually extremely skilled at playing tennis. The one time Gumball actually tried to return one of their serves, the spin alone was enough to tear the racket out of his hand.
* DefeatMeansFriendship: Ironically it's after ''they'' win that Darwin and Gumball get their respect. They're impressed that Gumball managed to keep playing after a minor injury, despite neither one trying to win before or after it.
* TheDividual: Carlton and Troy are, for most purposes, the same person.
* {{Expy}}: Carlton/Troy and Mr. Kreese blatantly parody the arrogant but honorable student/ruthless coach dynamic of Johnny and John Kreese in ''Film/TheKarateKid''. Although unlike John Kreese, Mr. Kreese has a HeelFaceTurn.
* ImpossiblyTackyClothes: They wear extremely stereotypical [[OutdatedOutfit 1980s clothing]], including tennis shoes and high-socks with rainbow highlights, long wavy hair, rectangular shades, and brightly color sweaters worn as both clothing and accessories for the shoulder and waist at the same time.
* ManChild: Mr. Kreese engages in UnsportsmanlikeGloating with all the grace, eloquence, and enthusiasm of a five-year old.
* NonStandardCharacterDesign: Their designs look like they're from a 70s or 80s cartoon made by Creator/{{Filmation}} or Creator/{{Sunbow|Entertainment}}. Even with the show's extremely diverse art style they're all ''very'' out of place.
* OpposingSportsTeam: Relentlessly parodied: all three continuously insist that they're "more hardcore" than Darwin and Gumball, despite facing no disagreement, and [[TheThingThatWouldNotLeave won't stop bothering them]] until the two accept their challenge to prove it.
* {{Retraux}}: Their 80s-ness extends not just to their clothes and character design, but also their ''animation'': their movement are all very choppy, they make flamboyant mannerisms reminiscent of ''Anime/SpeedRacer'', [[http://theamazingworldofgumball.wikia.com/wiki/File:Sweatershardcore.png closeups]] show them with non-uniform outlines and bleeding colors to make them look like they're cel-animated, and there are some [[StylisticSuck deliberate art errors]] like Carlton suddenly having freckles for just one scene.
* RichBastard: Carlton threatens to have his rich dad [[SavingTheOrphanage bulldoze Elmore Junior High to make a golf course]] if Gumball and Darwin don't have a tennis match with them.
* TokenHuman: They are the only human character seen in-person. However, Carlton, Troy, Mr. Kreese, and the background characters of Richwood High are animated rather than live-action like the humans shown on television, so they [[AmbiguouslyHuman might not be quite the same thing]].
* WrongGenreSavvy: All of them act like they're in a cheesy 80s sports movie when they're really in an episode of a cartoon parodying those movies. Unfortunately, their presence seems [[InfectiousInsanity to cause almost everyone else to act the same.]]
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[[folder:Gaylord Robinson]]
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-->Voiced by Rupert Degas (Season 1), Stefan Ashton Frank (Season 2 onward)

The Watterson's cranky neighbor who appears to be [[CartoonCreature a sort of Muppet creature]] or a [[LivingToys muppet come to life]]. In spite of his attitude, Gumball and Darwin adore him.
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* BigOlUnibrow
* CrankyNeighbor[=/=]GrumpyOldMan: Mr. Robinson's smug sense of superiority toward the Wattersons is one of his only sources of enjoyment, and he's constantly trying to find something wrong with them, going so far as to camp in his trash can all day to find out if they were using it without his permission. He even sometimes drives his car around town, trying to make as many people miserable as possible.
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal
* HappilyMarried: He and his wife Margaret are "happily" married because they argue, ''a lot''.
* HiddenDepths: Despite his uptight personality, he has a love of dance, and gives a big musical performance in his first episode.
* HopelessWithTech[=/=]TechnologicallyBlindElders: He doesn't know how to program his alarm clock (he says this himself ''as he sees someone else is doing it'') and mistakes a video camera for a musical instrument.
* LookalikeLovers: Broadly; he and his wife are both CGI muppets with the same nose and color scheme, but their hair and body shapes are entirely different. Strangely, their son has his father's body shape, but neither the color or nose his parents share.
* MarionetteMotion: [[InvokedTrope Invoked]], given [[Creator/JimHenson what]] [[TheMuppetShow he's based]] [[{{Muppet}} off of]].
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Margaret Robinson]]
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-->Voiced by Teresa Gallagher

Mr. Robinson's wife, another [[CartoonCreature muppet creature]], who speaks only in mumbles.
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* CrankyNeighbor: She doesn't go out of her way to antagonize the Watterson as much, but clearly hates them as well and enjoys cutting flowers from her garden just because she can.
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal
* HappilyMarried: See Mr. Robinson's entry above.
* HartmanHips: Her body shape is basically a tiny torso on top of large, egg-shaped hips.
* LookalikeLovers
* TheUnintelligible: She speaks only in unintelligible grunts and grumbles. Her husband [[IntelligibleUnintelligible can understand her]] at least, albeit with some difficulty.
* YourCheatingHeart: In "The Boss," while Mr. Robinson was in the hospital, suffering from a stuffing deficiency, she ran off to go on an island vacation and nearly married one of the sailors she met there.
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[[folder:Sal Left Thumb]]
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-->Voiced by Kerry Shale

A [[AnimateInanimateObject giant thumb print]] and resident career criminal. Though not seen often in the series, his face is shown on a lot of wanted posters posted on walls, fences, and in stores (with a cash reward of $25 if caught).
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* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Only wears a mask.
* AmericanAccents: Has a thick Bronx-accent.
* AstonishinglyAppropriateAppearance: He's a criminal and a walking piece of forensic evidence.
* BlatantBurglar: He's always shown wearing a DominoMask, except a flashback that showed him as a kid.
* ImprobableWeaponUser: He uses a ''[[FunnySpoon spoon]]'' to rob people. He never actually uses it for anything but threatening people; it's basically a [[ExaggeratedTrope very over-the-top]] form of FamilyFriendlyFirearms.
* SphereEyes
* VerbalTic: Says 'suckers' a lot, which is what eventually gets him in trouble at the end of "The Spoon".
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[[folder:Senior Citizens]]
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-->Voiced by Dan Russell (Marvin), Maria Teresa Creasey (Betty, Season 3), Gillian Hanna (Betty, Season 4 on), Shane Rimmer (Louie)

A group of old people usually seen sitting together on a lawn. They include [[FunnyAnimal a mouse]] named Louie, [[CartoonCreature a red jelly bean-looking blob]] named Marvin Finklehimer, a lady who appears to be [[AnimateInanimateObject a segment of a green chalkboard]] named Betty, and a man [[CartoonCreature that looks like a collection of plaid patterns]].
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* AscendedExtra: Marvin and Louie end up getting major roles in "The Watch" and "The Man", respectively.
* CoolOldGuy: Louie shows himself to be a very friendly and amiable person, despite Richard's refusal to let him date his mother. He can also dance (sort of).
* DecemberDecemberRomance: Louie is dating Granny Jojo.
* FeudingFamilies: Marvin hated the Wattersons because they'd been feuding with his family for generations over the possession of an old watch. They stop once both sides realize no one actually cares about the thing, but the feud briefly resumed once they find out it's worth a lot of money--then ends again when the watch is destroyed.
* RatedMForManly: Louie went against Richard in a "man off" and won every single event.
* ScatterbrainedSenior: When Louie is off his meds, he mistakes a trash can for a young man trying to compete with him in a dance contest.
* ViolentGlaswegian: The plaid man has a Scottish accent and agrees to let Gumball have his scooter if he can beat him in a fight, though [[SubvertedTrope he immediately gives up]] once he realizes he can't even get out of his chair.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Sheriff]]
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-->Voiced by Lewis [=MacLeod=] (Season 1), Dan Russell (Season 2 on)

The [[AnthropomorphicFood donut]] police officer most often seen around Elmore.
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* BadassDriver: [[ExaggeratedTrope Taken to a ridiculous extent]] at the end of "The Law", where he drove a truck off the road using a ''stroller'' instead of one of the bikes conveniently located next to it.
* CarnivoreConfusion: His [[TrademarkFavoriteFood favorite food]] is doughnuts.
* {{Cephalothorax}}
* DonutMessWithACop: He's a cop ''and'' a living doughnut, as well as the page image.
* DrivesLikeCrazy: When he was trying to show that he could be "cool", he goes on a driving spree where snaking through mailboxes was the least crazy thing he did ("Darn, missed all of them!").
* EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep[=/=]NoNameGiven: He's never addressed by name and only even addressed by rank in "The Car".
* {{Expy}}: He has a lot in common with Chief Wiggum from ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', though Doughnut Sheriff is slightly more competent than Chief Wiggum is. They're both even voiced with an Edward G. Robinson impression, and [[https://twitter.com/benbocquelet/status/618494419508043777 Wiggum is specifically cited as inspiration for the voice]].
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: Like ''Spongebob Squarepants'', being a full dressed {{Cephalothorax}} results in him having [[DetachedSleeves sleeves for a shirt that isn't on his body.]]
* PoliceAreUseless: Zigzagged. There are times where he is competent and does his job, but for every time that happens, there are at least three or four times he does something reckless that, in the real world, would have gotten him thrown off the force years ago.
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[[folder:Video Game Store Manager]]
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-->Voiced by Dan Russell

The diminutive [[CartoonCreature plush toy-like]] manager of the Ripley 2000 video store.
----
[[hardline]]
* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal[=/=]FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: Either he's wearing some kind of coveralls (with teddy bear ears) or that's part of his body and the only article of clothing is his tie.
* TheBusCameBack: He was originally just a OneShotCharacter in "The Refund", then suddenly made a reappearance in "The Question" (on the part where Larry goes mad from the realization that his life is a grind) more than two seasons later.
* HonestJohnsDealership: He absolutely refuses to give refunds for anything under any circumstances, and sold a paper shredder claiming it was a game console.
* {{Jerkass}}[=/=]MeanBoss: He makes Laurence admit it was ''his'' fault that there was traffic which caused him to be late (and probably make him say it like he means it). Then he hangs up on him.
* KillerRabbit: Subverted; despite what Needlemeyer insists, he's physically capable of nothing more than slight annoyance. The person he was attacking just happened to be a complete wuss.
* MoneyFetish: He makes ''[[WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants Mr. Krabs]]'' look generous.
* TheNapoleon: Short and incredibly aggressive.
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[[folder:Harold Wilson]]
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-->Voiced by Kerry Shale

Tobias's father and Jackie's HenpeckedHusband, another [[CartoonCreature many-colored stylized cloud]]
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* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Wears only a tie and the front of a collar--he doesn't even wear shoes like his son does.
* {{Cephalothorax}}
* DirtyCoward: When Harold and his wife think they're in danger, he claims he can handle it, [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere but then just runs away, leaving her behind]].
* HenpeckedHusband: In "The Castle," he stays with the Wattersons because Jackie won't let him be himself at home. Taken to extremes in "The Pizza," when Harold is shown on a leash and barking when Jackie emerges from the wrecked van, symbolizing how Harold is treated like a dog[[note]]or, if you want to get vulgar, "is a bitch."[[/note]]
* NoSenseOfPersonalSpace: He likes poking people for no reason, and even went to the Watterson house in "The Castle" so his wife wouldn't stop him.
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[[folder:Jackie Wilson]]
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-->Voiced by Teresa Gallagher

Tobias's mother, also a [[CartoonCreature rainbow cloud person]], albeit a [[BizarreSexualDimorphism very different looking one.]]
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* AmericanAccents: She has a very nasally Joisey accent, similar to [[WesternAnimation/SouthPark Sheila Brovlofski]].
* {{Jerkass}}: many of her scenes shows her as an unpleasant and rude person.
* LikeParentLikeChild: In "The Mothers" she shows herself to be a lot like Tobias, even working with him to cheat at the Mom-off.
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[[folder:Rachel Wilson]]
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-->Voiced by Jessica [=MacDonald=]

Tobias's older sister, another [[CartoonCreature many-colored cloud person]].
----
[[hardline]]
* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: She hasn't appeared since season one (except in a picture), as Ben Bocquelet some other staff members really don't like her.
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: [[HumanoidFemaleAnimal Unlike her brother and dad]], she and her mom wear clothing on their bodies.
* SingleWomanSeeksGoodMan: Rachel gave [[NiceGuy Darwin]] a smooch after he helped clean up the mess the party left before her parents came home.
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!!Other

[[folder:Anton Clones]]
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-->Voiced by Stefan Ashton Frank (Ant-One)

Numerous clones of Anton that Darwin and Gumball made in "The Recipe" using an everyday toaster. Among them, only the first two clones were named: the burnt first one, who named himself "Ant-One", and the second, which Gumball and Darwin named "Ant-Two".
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* EvilTwin: After surviving being burnt, Ant-One comes out of the garbage can to try and replace the original Anton.
* ExpendableClone: Although Darwin and Gumball worry about getting in trouble for making them, almost all of them die, and nothing seems to come of it.
* LiteralGenie: They're so naive that they'll follow whatever orders they hear first as literally as possible, even taking "split up" to mean "tear yourself in half".
* NotEnoughToBury: [[spoiler:Ant-One falls into a pool and is [[FoldSpindleMutilation torn to pieces by the grate of the drain he's sucked into]].]]
* SoleSurvivor: [[spoiler:Ant-Two is the only clone left at the end of "The Recipe". The "real" Anton also died, but he was just a different line of clones that would presumably be replaced again by his parents, raising the question of exactly what happened to Ant-Two.]]
* TooDumbToLive: All but Ant-One have even fewer self-preservation instincts than the real Anton, even directly causing their own deaths just because some random people told them to.
* VerbalTic: Ant-Two repeats the last words of something someone else said.
** [[SelfDemonstratingArticle Something someone else said!]]
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[[folder:Mr. Cuddles]]
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Penny's pet tarantula who was thought to have died in "The Date". He seems to really, really hate Gumball.
----
[[hardline]]
* BusCrash: He wasn't with the Fitzgerald family when they were standing outside their burning house at the end of "The Bros". [[FridgeHorror That implies]], probably accidentally, that Mr. Cuddles died in the fire or was already dead for some other reason.
* FluffyTheTerrible: Despite the name, he's a tarantula, and a fairly aggressive one.
* TalkingAnimal: Like all animals in Elmore, he showed that he could talk in "The World", but doesn't do it normally.
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[[folder:Kenneth]]
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A strange creature accidentally created when Darwin and Gumball's "gross jar" is heated in a microwave. He eats basically anything and eventually any''one'', growing larger all the time.
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[[hardline]]
* ILoveNuclearPower: Gumball claims Kenneth was created by "the atomic power of the microwave", though microwaves actually have nothing to do with nuclear radiation.
* ItCameFromTheFridge: Kenneth originated when a bunch of gross stuff Gumball put in a jar was put in the microwave.
* MiracleGroMonster: It's voracious eating habits let it keep growing and growing until, after a few days at most, it goes from approximately football-sized to two stories tall.
* MonsterOfTheWeek: Kenneth is not mentioned after "The Microwave" until he [[TheBusCameBack reappears]] in "The Finale" when Richard takes him out of storage.
* MuckMonster: Kenneth body looks like it's made of mud or sludge. Rather than being industrial waste, he's simply made of all the gross things Gumball could collect, including used tissues, bird poop, belly-button lint, and spoiled milk that was swallowed then regurgitated.
* SealedEvilInACan: In "The Finale", it turns out Kenneth was dealt with offscreen by reducing him to his original size again, putting him in his original jar, and freezing it. He's unsealed as part of the Watterson family's LastDance.
* UglyCute: In-universe, Gumball and Darwin [[AdmiringTheAbomination certainly think Kenneth, as their "son", is cute]], and Anais reluctantly describe it using these exact words. At least before he starts growing to tremendous proportions after ''eating people alive.''
[[/folder]]

[[folder:The Solar System]]
-->Voiced by Kerry Shale (sun)

In the universe of this show, it's not just things on Earth that are alive, but Earth itself and other celestial bodies.
----
[[hardline]]
* UsefulNotes/BritishAccents: In "The Debt", the moon and Saturn have Estuary accents. All the planets and the moon have generic American accents in every other scenes until "The Question", where ''every'' planet (but not the sun) has an Estuary accent.
* GeniusLoci: They're cable of thinking, speaking [[SpaceIsNoisy with each other and people on Earth]], and ''singing''.
* SmugSuper: They're bigger than you, will live longer than you, and flat out tell Gumball that his life and everyone else's are insignificant. What they ''don't'' get is that even their existence is finite, and end up [[TooDumbToLive wasting the rest of their lives rubbing their superiority into the face of someone who can't hear them]].
* TimeAbyss: Since they're planets, they've been "alive" for billions of years and will be for billions more.
* WeirdMoon: The moon has visible ''butt cheeks'', which it enjoys shoving into Earth's face, sometimes while singing.
* WeirdSun: The sun can swing around the horizon to complain about people making too much noise at night. In "The Dress" it was even small and close enough for a balloon to float into it.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Virus]]
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-->Voiced by Kerry Shale

A [[TalkingAnimal sentient virus]] and leader of a new strain that mutated on Gumball's unwashed hand. Teri forced Gumball to wash that hand, killing all his soldiers and setting him off for revenge.
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[[hardline]]
* AdaptiveAbility: It's constantly mutating, causing it to gain strange properties such as {{flight}} and infecting ''computers'' instead of people.
* AvengingTheVillain: The virus was the commander of a virus army and SoleSurvivor of Gumball washing his hands. He swears he'll avenge them by infecting and killing Gumball, his family, his friends, and everyone else until [[OmnicidalManiac "nothing is left alive on the surface of the Earth".]]
* EvilSoundsDeep: Played with; anytime it's in closeup, it's voice sounds very deep. Farther shots, however, show that its voice is extremely high-pitched from a subjective perspective because it's so small.
* ExtraEyes: It has three eyes, though given it's a virus ''any'' of the eyes are "extras".
* GutturalGrowler: It speaks with a very guttural voice.
* MonsterOfTheWeek: He's dead by the end of the episode he premiered in.
* MultiArmedAndDangerous: It has eight tentacle-like protrusion that it uses like two legs and six arms.
* NoNameGiven: As a virus, he probably doesn't even have a name.
* ProudWarriorRaceGuy: It speaks of infecting a body like waging a war and [[NobodyCallsMeChicken is extremely offended at Gumball calling it a coward]].
* UndignifiedDeath: [[{{Pride}} For the sake of proving its might]], it agrees to fight mano-a-mano against Gumball, [[TooDumbToLive who is millions of times his size]], and is immediately TrampledUnderfoot.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:'''Spoiler Character''']]
!!Elmore/The World
Not only is every individual object in the Elmore alive and sentient, but Elmore in its totality seems to possess some sort of intelligence. Although it hasn't talked or shown a face like any of the others objects or the planets, "The Void" heavily implies the world itself was responsible for the void's creation and "mistakes" being sent into it.
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[[hardline]]
* GeniusLoci: Elmore is able to decide what things the world would be better without, then send them to the void. Mostly, it gets rid of dated fads and inefficient technology, but people may go out as well.
* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: Its modus operandi is pretty much that of an author who doesn't mind [[RetCon changing their world retroactively]] or doing terrible things to their characters for the sake of making the story more interesting.
* RealityWarper: The world can send things and people to another dimension, suppress most memories of them, and coverup evidence that they ever existed. Given the void's pattern flashed at the end of "The Kids", it might also be responsible for Gumball and Darwin's voice changing. It doesn't have absolute power, however, as Mr. Small, Darwin, and Gumball were able to remember anyway and break Molly out of the void before they were all sealed in.
* TotalitarianUtilitarian: If it will make the world better, it will take people and make them spend the rest of their life in an infinite nothingness with nothing but other mistakes for company. Naturally, it also wants to keep this a secret, even if it means sealing people who it ''didn't'' think of as mistakes in that same void. Of course, since ''it'' is the world, utilitarianism and [[ItsAllAboutMe selfishness]] are one and the same.
* WalkingSpoiler: Simply knowing that the world has a will of its own is a major part of the twist of "The Void".
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[[folder:'''Spoiler Character''']]
!!Zach
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-->Voiced by Jacob Hopkins

An intolerable split personality Gumball develops upon finding out his real first name in "The Name".
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[[hardline]]
* AssholeVictim: Gumball more or less kills Zach, albeit in self-defense and maybe by accident. Considering Zach was an independent consciousness, this might have significant moral implications... but he's such a jackass that no one gives it a second thought.
* CoolCat: Zach definitely ''tries'' to invoke the "confident" form of this trope, even wearing sunglasses, but everyone just thinks he's a tremendous douche. He even proudly declares that "There's a new cat in town!" shortly after appearing.
* CoolShades: He suddenly starts wearing neon-purple rimmed shades from nowhere, which [[SubvertedTrope really aren't very cool looking]], and work more like SinisterShades.
* CrazyPrepared: One genuine skill he demonstrates it planning all sorts of tricks to delay the other Wattersons, even putting a trap in his pocket for when they'd try to frisk him.
* EvilCounterpart: To Gumball. They both [[ItsAllAboutMe have huge egos]] [[ButtMonkey and usually fall flat on their face because they try to look cool]]. However, while Gumball [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold can show compassionate and empathy belatedly]], Zach is a straight up {{jerkass}}. Also, unlike Gumball, who recognizes his own failures, and lives with them, Zach refuses to acknowledge any of his shortcomings or losses, going so far as to alter the memories of his/Gumball's failures to turn them into victories.
* EvilSoundsDeep: When Zach is in control, Gumball speaks in a deeper voice. However, it's so obviously affected that instead of being intimidating it just makes Zach sound like more of a poser. In his last scene in Gumball's mind, however, his voice starts getting pitched down and slightly distorted, being more of a genuine example of this trope.
* FascinatingEyebrow: He's raising one of this eyebrows almost constantly, which leads Darwin to tell him he "spent the whole day with one eyebrow raised, behaving like a horrible jock".
* IdenticalTwinIDTag: You can tell when Zach is controlling Gumball's body because he pops the ([[RuleOfFunny non-existent]]) collar on Gumball's sweater.
* IRejectYourReality: He maintains he disillusions of greatness and popularity in the face of all evidence and words of others. He goes so far as to [[SelfServingMemory consciously and completely alter his memory of events]] so he'll look better in them.
-->'''Zach:''' Hey Carrie, I think we really nailed the song last night. Weíre totally gonna win the battle of the bands, man.\\
'''Carrie:''' Youíre not in a band. Iím not in a band. I bet you canít even give me the name of a band. \\
'''Zach:''' Psh, yeah, like... Germany.
* {{Jerkass}}: Zach is amazingly impolite, has an almost pathological [[ItsAllAboutMe disregard for and lack of awareness of other people]], and literally won a contest for being obnoxious.
* JerkJock: Zach ''thinks'' he's a jock, despite not being on any sports teams, not being able to ride his skateboard well, and generally not being any more athletic than Gumball was before.
* NoBodyLeftBehind: When Gumball finally beats Zach at something, bits of him start chipping off, showing a bright light in his silhouette as his torn to pieces. Although this of course wasn't really a "body" to start with.
* SmallNameBigEgo: For all the misplaced confidence Gumball has expressed, Zach is ''[[ADarkerMe much worse]]'' in this regard than Gumball ever was. Gumball would always acknowledges his shortcomings eventually; Zach does not and seems to believe his own hype with all his heart.
* SplitPersonality: Gumball initially seems to be acting obnoxious when he finds his real name, but Zach becomes a separate entity before he even notices.
* SplitPersonalityTakeover: He attempts to do this by [[SelfServingMemory altering Gumball's memories]] until he's erased.
* SuperPoweredEvilSide: Played with. There isn't as much focus on Zach being evil as being a huge jerk, though he really ''is'' evil, as he planned to erase Gumball's original personality so he didn't have to share. He's also not really that much better at most things than Gumball, he's just extremely confident and obnoxious. But when [[BattleInTheCenterOfTheMind mentally confronting]] his other, less-confident side, said confidence provides a tremendous advantage. But it's also his biggest weakness, as Gumball is mentally resilient enough take losing all the time, but the one time Zach is forced to face defeat ''it literally destroys him''.
* SmugSnake: His boundless pride directly leads to Gumball beating him.
* ThirdPersonPerson: Zach always refers to himself in third person, likely to emphasize he's not Gumball, and it's definitely the "arrogant" form.
* TheUnapologetic: He accidentally ''bites part of a kids face off'' and shows no regrets for it, because "Zach does what he wants".
-->''Zach doesn't apologize, he uses his charm.''
* UndignifiedDeath: Zach is destroyed in Gumball's mindscape, then Gumball immediately ''farts'', his body literally [[StealthPun clearly out the hot air]].
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* [[Characters/TheAmazingWorldOfGumballStudentsOfElmoreJuniorHigh Students of Elmore Junior High]]
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!!Elmore Junior High Staff

[[folder:Principal Nigel Brown]]
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-->Voiced by Lewis [=MacLeod=] (Season 1), Steve Furst (Season 2 onward)

The school's principal (and band teacher in such episodes as "The Fridge" and "The Triangle") [[CartoonCreature who can be best described as a furry slug.]] He and Miss Simian have a strong attraction to each other and barely bother to hide it.

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!!Elmore Junior High Staff

[[folder:Principal Nigel Brown]]
!!Other Citizens of Elmore

[[folder:Banana Bob and Banana Barbara]]
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-->Voiced by Lewis [=MacLeod=] (Season 1), Steve Furst (Season 2 onward)

The school's principal (and band teacher in such episodes as "The Fridge" and "The Triangle") [[CartoonCreature who can be best described as a furry slug.]] He and Miss Simian have a strong attraction to each
Mic Graves (Bob), Sandra Searles Dickinson (Barbara)

Banana Joe's parents, two
other and barely bother to hide it.[[AnthropomorphicFood bananas.]]



* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Only wears glasses, though his fur is sometimes [[FurIsClothing treated as if it were an object of clothing]]. He may also be wearing high heels under his fur, which produce his loud clopping footsteps.
* BerserkButton: Apparently he does not take cheating on a math test well and will give whoever he catches cheating a spring break's worth of detention.
* CartoonCreature: Even ''Principal Brown himself'' doesn't know what species he is.
-->''"I tried to hibernate until spring, but it turns out that whatever I am doesn't do that."''
* DeanBitterman: Principal Brown can be rather petty, once giving Gumball detention specifically because it might have messed up his face, although sometimes he's the ReasonableAuthorityFigure reacting to something ridiculous Gumball or Darwin did.
* EyeGlasses: His eyebrows are clearly on top of his glasses. He once [[TheGlassesComeOff took off his glasses]] dramatic, showing he had ''another'' pair of glasses under that while the glasses he took off still had irises and eyebrows on them.
* HumiliationConga: He's quite prone to these:
** In "The Mystery" he was slammed with a door [[spoiler:by Mrs. Simian]], leaving him dizzy and causing him to fall down the stairs, covering himself in toilet paper, then smashed into Penny's painting and falling into some burning chemicals, causing him to fall down MORE stairs and wrapping himself in more toilet paper, then finally landing inside Gumball's locker.
** In "The Meddler', Gumball crashes into him and he spills his hot coffee all over his face. He douses the coffee with a can of paint, burning his eyes; he washes off the paint with chlorine for the pool, burning off all his hair; and he finishes by neutralizing the chlorine with fertilizer, painfully growing his hair back. He is unscathed by the end of it, but he gives Gumball detention for potentially damaging his face.
** Happens in "The Sock", though at a smaller scale. In this episode he has his head set on fire, and later he throws himself out of a window to "rescue" Miss Simian.
** In "The Apology" Miss Simian repeatedly trashes his office in rage every time she fails to get Gumball and Darwin in trouble. So he glues everything down. [[FailureIsTheOnlyOption And it all gets stuck to him.]]
* MoralityPet: He is probably the ''sole'' being that Miss Simian shows a soft side to.
* OfficialCouple: With Miss Simian.
* PhonyDegree: "The Fraud" shows his degree in teaching is fake. He's worried about being exposed, but everyone who knows agrees to keep is secret so long as he actually focuses on his job.
* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: Usually he's not (in "The Burden," he stops caring about being a principal at exactly 4:00 in the afternoon, especially if it's a weekend and he has plans with Miss Simian), but in "The Apology" he refuses to punish Gumball or Darwin unless he's given solid evidence and he threatens to fire Miss Simian if she keeps trying to frame them, in spite of his personal feelings for her. WordOfGod and the episode "The Sock" reveal that his relationship with Miss Simian is cutting into his professionalism.
* RedOniBlueOni: Blue Oni to Miss Simian's Red Oni.
* TotallyRadical: In "The Fraud", where he tries to keep Gumball and Darwin silent from discovering that he had a fake diploma, one attempt was dressing up in a hip-hop outfit and speaking in 2010s terms such as piercings, hashtag, YOLO, selfies and swag. This went on until Mr. Small had to hit him with a cafeteria tray for being a Jerkass and attempting to be cool.

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* AlliterativeName: Both of them.
* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Only Barbara wears glasses, though his fur is sometimes [[FurIsClothing treated as if it were an object of clothing]]. He may also be wearing high heels under his fur, which produce his loud clopping footsteps.
* BerserkButton: Apparently he does not take cheating on
a math test well and will give whoever he catches cheating a spring break's worth of detention.
* CartoonCreature: Even ''Principal Brown himself'' doesn't know what species he is.
-->''"I tried to hibernate until spring, but it turns out that whatever I am doesn't do that."''
* DeanBitterman: Principal Brown can be rather petty, once giving Gumball detention specifically because it might have messed up his face, although sometimes he's the ReasonableAuthorityFigure reacting to something ridiculous Gumball or Darwin did.
* EyeGlasses: His eyebrows are clearly on top of his glasses. He once [[TheGlassesComeOff took off his glasses]] dramatic, showing he had ''another'' pair of glasses under that while the glasses he took off still had irises and eyebrows on them.
* HumiliationConga: He's quite prone to these:
** In "The Mystery" he
polka-dot ribbon. Bizarrely, Bob's mustache was slammed with a door [[spoiler:by Mrs. Simian]], leaving him dizzy and causing him to fall down the stairs, covering himself in toilet paper, then smashed into Penny's painting and falling into some burning chemicals, causing him to fall down MORE stairs and wrapping himself in more toilet paper, then finally landing inside Gumball's locker.
** In "The Meddler', Gumball crashes into him and he spills his hot coffee all over his face. He douses the coffee with a can of paint, burning his eyes; he washes off the paint with chlorine for the pool, burning off all his hair; and he finishes by neutralizing the chlorine with fertilizer, painfully growing his hair back. He is unscathed by the end of it, but he gives Gumball detention for potentially damaging his face.
** Happens
shown in "The Sock", though at Shell" to actually be a smaller scale. In this episode he has his head set on fire, and later he throws himself out detachable accessory.
* TheChewToy: Barbara is subject to a large amount
of a window to "rescue" Miss Simian.
** In
prat-falls in "The Apology" Miss Simian repeatedly trashes his office in rage every time she fails to get Gumball and Darwin in trouble. So he glues everything down. [[FailureIsTheOnlyOption And it all gets stuck to him.Mothers", many of them caused by [[TheKlutz her extreme clumsiness.]]
* MoralityPet: He is probably the ''sole'' being that Miss Simian shows a soft side to.
* OfficialCouple: With Miss Simian.
* PhonyDegree: "The Fraud" shows his degree in teaching is fake. He's worried about being exposed, but everyone who knows agrees
HiddenDepths: Banana Bob used to keep is secret so long be a musician. And a bank robber.
* LookalikeLovers: They're basically identical save their TertiarySexualCharacteristics,
as he actually focuses on his job.
* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: Usually he's not (in "The Burden," he stops caring about being a principal at exactly 4:00 in the afternoon, especially if it's a weekend and he has plans with Miss Simian), but
seen in "The Apology" he refuses to punish Gumball or Darwin unless he's given solid evidence and he threatens to fire Miss Simian if she keeps trying to frame them, in spite of his personal feelings for her. WordOfGod and the episode "The Sock" reveal Shell" where it's revealed that Banana Bob's mustache is detachable and, without it, his relationship with Miss Simian voice is cutting into his professionalism.
very high and girl-like.
* RedOniBlueOni: Blue Oni to Miss Simian's Red Oni.
* TotallyRadical:
MadOracle: In "The Fraud", where he tries to keep Gumball and Darwin silent from discovering Shell" it's implied that Banana Barbara paints portraits that predict the future. "The Oracle" shows that she's been doing it for years, though Banana Joe never noticed because all of them were of the Watterson family. And any time she's seen making one, she [[ThousandYardStare stares around blankly]].
* ObliviouslyEvil: Banana Bob mentions in "The Oracle" that people threw their hands up and gave him money any time
he had put on a fake diploma, one attempt [[BlatantBurglar balaclava]] (or "bananaclava" as he calls it) and walked into a bank, not understanding that those people thought he was dressing up in a hip-hop outfit robbing them.
* SpeciesSurname: Like their son, "Banana" is their family name even though it's their first.
* TertiarySexualCharacteristics: Barbara has eyelashes, lipstick,
and speaking in 2010s terms such as piercings, hashtag, YOLO, selfies a bow while Bob has a mustache. In "The Shell," Banana Bob's mustache is detachable and swag. This went on until Mr. Small had to hit him with a cafeteria tray for being a Jerkass and attempting to be cool.the only thing keeping his voice masculine, which carries some odd implications.



[[folder:Coach]]
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-->Voiced by Dan Russell

A [[CartoonCreature red, cube-like person]] who takes over Miss Simian's/Mr. Small's duty as P.E. teacher in the third season, starting with the episode, "The Coach".

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[[folder:Coach]]
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[[folder:Billy and Felicity Parham]]
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-->Voiced by Dan Russell

Richard Overall (Billy), Sandra Searles Dickinson (Felicity)

A mother and child who are both [[CartoonCreature red, cube-like person]] who takes over Miss Simian's/Mr. Small's duty as P.E. teacher in the third season, starting with the episode, "The Coach".abstract blobs]] colored orange and blue, respectively.



* BaitAndSwitchTyrant: When introduced in "The Coach", she seems like a blowhard DrillSergeantNasty, not letting Darwin and Gumball use their excuse note for gym, exhausting everyone in class, talking about ridiculous stories of her accomplishments, and seeming to [[TeachersPet overly favor Jamie]]. Halfway into the episode, she keeps Jamie from beating up Gumball and makes her apologizes, to everyone's completely shock. From that point, it becomes clearly she's just a regular gym coach, even if she's overbearing and somewhat dense.
* {{Cephalothorax}}
* TheCobblersChildrenHaveNoShoes[=/=]{{Hypocrite}}: She's in charge of physical fitness and goes on about how necessary it is, but she's in such terrible shape (literally and figuratively) that she gets exhausted running even the shortest distance. [[spoiler:On the other hand, her daughter is very physically fit.]] Ironically, she's much better at her job than most of the staff, as her introduction has most of the students getting the first real workout they've had in their lives.
* TheComicallySerious: She always speaks in a declarative monotone even when describing completely ridiculous situations where gym class lessons would come in handy.
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: Something she has in common with [[spoiler:her daughter.]]
* LadyLooksLikeADude: Despite the voice and gender-neutral-to-masculine appearance, Coach is actually a woman, something Gumball and Darwin didn't realize until the end of her introductory episode. [[spoiler:Specifically, she's Jamie's mom.]]
* LarynxDissonance: Like Tina, she is female but voiced by a man--the ''same'' man who [[TheOtherDarrin previously]] voiced Tina, in fact.
* MasculineGirlFeminineBoy[=/=]TinyGuyHugeGirl: She's a giant red cube with a man's voice; her husband is a tiny green man with an effeminate voice. Given [[spoiler:her daughter looks somewhat like her father but nothing like her]], this is probably also an InterspeciesRomance.
* TheMunchausen: She claims to have won at least three gold medals. The only proof she has are pictures (or just one picture) where she looks exactly the same as she does now and takes up the entire picture, and some of the details are blatant nonsense[[labelnote:like]]She mentions winning in 1986 and 1996 for unspecified gymnastic events and in 1988 for Taekwondo. Gymnastic events are held at the Summer Olympics, which ''weren't held'' in 1986, and if they were, they wouldn't be held in 1988 or 1996. Olympic gymnast also tend toward a rather narrow age range (about 16-18), so one attending two games over ten years apart is astoundingly unlikely.[[/labelnote]].
* RapunzelHair: She's a [[ZigZaggingTrope very odd]] example. Her hair goes all the way down to her butt, but she's a {{Cephalothorax}}. This creates a strange paradox where he hair can look short or very long depending on if you're comparing it to her face or her body.
* RunningGag: Trying (and failing) to whistle.
* SarcasmBlind: She demonstrates this when trying to explain the use for skills learned in P.E.
-->'''Coach:''' Let me paint you a picture. You're being chased by another pack of angry dogs. You've reached a ravine [[BenevolentArchitecture with only asymmetric bars allowing you to reach the other side]]. They want your pen. What do you do? \\
'''Gumball:''' I guess I'd just turn on my jet pack, fly over the ravine, land in my flying car, and drive ''to space.''\\
'''Coach:''' [[HypocriticalHumor That's completely unrealistic.]]
* SportsHeroBackstory: Coach claims to have won gold medals at several different Olympic events, but it's pretty obvious that's she's making it all up.

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* BaitAndSwitchTyrant: When introduced in AbusiveParents[=/=]HilariouslyAbusiveChildhood: Billy does not have a very good mom.
** In
"The Coach", Extras," she seems like a blowhard DrillSergeantNasty, not letting Darwin and Gumball use their excuse note for gym, exhausting everyone in class, talking about ridiculous stories of crashed her accomplishments, and seeming to [[TeachersPet overly favor Jamie]]. Halfway car (with her son in it) into a house and left him in there while she walked out and beaned herself on the episode, head with a shovel.
** In "The Gripes,"
she keeps Jamie from beating up Gumball and makes threw her apologizes, to everyone's completely shock. From that point, it becomes clearly she's just a regular gym coach, even if she's overbearing and somewhat dense.
* {{Cephalothorax}}
* TheCobblersChildrenHaveNoShoes[=/=]{{Hypocrite}}: She's
son in charge of physical fitness and goes on about how necessary it is, but she's in such terrible shape (literally and figuratively) that she gets exhausted running even the shortest distance. [[spoiler:On the other hand, her daughter is very physically fit.]] Ironically, she's much better at her job than most trunk of the staff, as car and buckled up her introduction has most of the students getting the first real workout they've had in their lives.
* TheComicallySerious: She always speaks in a declarative monotone even when describing completely ridiculous situations where gym class lessons would come in handy.
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: Something she has in common with [[spoiler:her daughter.]]
* LadyLooksLikeADude: Despite the voice and gender-neutral-to-masculine appearance, Coach is actually a woman, something Gumball and Darwin didn't realize until the end of her introductory episode. [[spoiler:Specifically, she's Jamie's mom.]]
* LarynxDissonance: Like Tina, she is female but voiced by a man--the ''same'' man who [[TheOtherDarrin previously]] voiced Tina, in fact.
* MasculineGirlFeminineBoy[=/=]TinyGuyHugeGirl: She's a giant red cube with a man's voice; her husband is a tiny green man with an effeminate voice. Given [[spoiler:her daughter looks somewhat like her father but nothing like her]], this is probably also an InterspeciesRomance.
* TheMunchausen: She claims to have won at least three gold medals. The only proof she has are pictures (or just one picture) where she looks exactly the same as she does now and takes up the entire picture, and some of the details are blatant nonsense[[labelnote:like]]She mentions winning in 1986 and 1996 for unspecified gymnastic events and in 1988 for Taekwondo. Gymnastic events are held at the Summer Olympics, which ''weren't held'' in 1986, and if they were, they wouldn't be held in 1988 or 1996. Olympic gymnast also tend toward a rather narrow age range (about 16-18), so one attending two games over ten years apart is astoundingly unlikely.[[/labelnote]].
* RapunzelHair: She's a [[ZigZaggingTrope very odd]] example. Her hair goes all the way down to her butt, but she's a {{Cephalothorax}}. This creates a strange paradox where he hair can look short or very long depending on if you're comparing it to her face or her body.
* RunningGag: Trying (and failing) to whistle.
* SarcasmBlind: She demonstrates this when trying to explain the use for skills learned in P.E.
-->'''Coach:''' Let me paint you a picture. You're being chased by another pack of angry dogs. You've reached a ravine [[BenevolentArchitecture with only asymmetric bars allowing you to reach the other side]]. They want your pen. What do you do? \\
'''Gumball:''' I guess I'd just turn on my jet pack, fly over the ravine, land in my flying car, and drive ''to space.''\\
'''Coach:'''
groceries [[HypocriticalHumor That's as she accused Gumball's father of being a bad parent]].
** In "The Law," she leaves her son behind when she hijacks the ice cream truck and goes on a crime spree.
** In "The Butterfly," she shoved her own son out of the way when he was chasing after the $20 bill that the hairy hobo lost. [[LaserGuidedKarma Fortunately, she got what was coming to her when Mrs. Robinson shoved her out of the way to get the $20 bill]].
* AscendedExtra: They started as {{Recurring Extra}}s throughout season 2[[labelnote:before that]]A
completely unrealistic.]]
* SportsHeroBackstory: Coach claims to have won gold medals at
different-looking boy, who once spoke with the same voice as Billy, and his mother were seen several different Olympic events, times in the first season[[/labelnote]], then they got a skit in "The Extras" and major roles in "The Law" and "The Egg".
* AxCrazy: Felicity, and ''how''.
* BlueOrangeContrast: Not only are they blue and orange,
but the mother has blue lips.
* ChildProdigy: Billy is about as smart as Anais, and a bit more of an InsufferableGenius.
* {{Hipster}}: Billy seems rather disdainful of suburban living. He [[BirdsOfAFeather gets along with Anais very well]], celebrating how they'll do hipster things like tour Europe and get tattoos, [[spoiler:until she admits she likes Daisy the Donkey, which he thinks is a mindless show that exists solely to sell merchandise]].
* RichBitch: It's not clear exactly how rich they are, but they're both pretty stuck up. When it appears to them that Gumball and Darwin were being arrested, the mother assumes
it's because they went to public school.
* SphereEyes
* StepfordSmiler: Beneath her cheery demeanor, Felicity is bitchy at best and mentally deranged at worst. In their skit in "The Extras" when she got tired of Billy's pestering, she crashed her car into their house and knocked herself out with a shovel so she didn't have to listen to him. In "The Law," the sight of Gumball not being stopped by the Doughnut Sheriff (who was fired) for ''jaywalking'' enrages her so much that she immediately figures law and order doesn't exist anymore, hijacks Larry's ice cream truck, leaving her son behind, and plows through Elmore until she reaches the police department and threatens to kill the Chief of Police with an ice cream cone. "The Egg" is
pretty obvious that's she's much an entire episode of her making it all up.catty remarks about The Wattersons while barely trying to keep her cheerfulness at bay.
* {{Tuckerization}}: Their last name comes from one of the show's writers, Joe Parham.
* UnexplainedAccent: Billy has a British accent[[note]]specifically ReceivedPronunciation, so it's probably not even one of the show's British voice actors NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent[[/note]], even though his mother and the rest of Elmore do not.
* UnnamedParent: Until "The Egg", Felicity's name was never stated.



[[folder:The Nurse]]
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-->'''Voiced by:''' Teresa Gallagher, Sandra Searles Dickinson ("The Coach")
The school's put-upon nurse, [[AnimateInanimateObject a living adhesive bandage]], who has to deal with Gumball and Darwin trying to get out of gym class, Teri the paper bear's hypochondria, and `Miss Simian's bad attitude.

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[[folder:The Nurse]]
[[folder:Patrick Fitzgerald]]
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-->'''Voiced by:''' Teresa Gallagher, Sandra Searles Dickinson ("The Coach")
The school's put-upon nurse,
-->Voiced by Dan Russell

Penny's father, another
[[AnimateInanimateObject a living adhesive bandage]], who has to deal peanut]] [[MixAndMatchCritters with Gumball and Darwin trying to get out of gym class, Teri the paper bear's hypochondria, and `Miss Simian's bad attitude.antlers]]. [[spoiler:Although beneath his shell he's presumably a spectral shapeshifter with antlers like his daughter.]]



* AstonishinglyAppropriateAppearance: She's a nurse and a living band-aid--as are most of the other medical personnel in the show, including doctors and paramedics (barring Dr. Butt as seen in "The Goons" and the pig doctor from "The Saint").
* DrJerk: Having to put up with Gumball and Darwin looking for doctor's notes, Teri's {{hypochondria}} and other general craziness has left her a tad cantankerous.
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: Assuming the dress and shoes aren't just part of her body.
* ImADoctorNotAPlaceholder: When people keep sending Bobert her way for fixing, she reminds them she isn't a mechanic. Miss Simian points out that Elmore has all kinds of weird students, so she should just shut up and deal with it.
* NerdGlasses: She wears enormously oversized eye glasses--or rather lenses inexplicably attached to her face.
* NiceHat: A white nurse hat with a red cross.
* NoNameGiven: Like the Sheriff, no one has ever called her by name.
* SphereEyes

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* AstonishinglyAppropriateAppearance: She's AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Normally wears only sandals with socks under them. When at work he also wears a nurse hardhat and a living band-aid--as are most of when jogging he replaces the other medical personnel in the show, including doctors sandals with tennis shoes and paramedics (barring Dr. Butt as seen adds sweatbands.
* BlackBeadEyes: Like his daughter, his eyes look like this, but actually seem to be holes in his shell.
* EarlyBirdCameo: Gumball, Darwin, and Nicole run through his backyard
in "The Goons" and the pig doctor from DVD", when he wouldn't get a speaking role until "The Saint").
Date" later that season.
* DrJerk: Having FatIdiot: Subverted. Mr. Fitzgerald is scarily on the ball when it comes to parenting, and seems to be a very authoritative and strict person, despite his size - which, given what the Fitzgeralds are like under their shells, may not be indicative of his weight anyway.
* LargeAndInCharge: The biggest in the Fitzgerald household.
* OnlySaneMan: Has a justified grudge against the Wattersons, [[PapaWolf and Gumball in particular]], but is unusually quick
to put up it aside as events dictate. Was pretty much the only Elmore resident who was willing to work ''with'' the Wattersons in some way during the events of "The Finale" (by taking a fall in a "Dad Fight" between him and Richard, as things had clearly gotten well out of hand with the crowd and all).
* OverprotectiveDad: He refuses to let Penny see Gumball after his family makes a bad impression in "The Knights", and flat-out refuses to even let her say anything about it. "The Shell" implies a lot of this is because their whole family are secretive about what they're like under their shells, but this ends up backfiring and making Penny feel ashamed after she leaves her shell. Since "The Shell," however, Patrick hasn't been as overprotective or as antagonistic to Gumball: In "The Spoiler," he still feels the need to eavesdrop over
Gumball and Darwin looking for doctor's notes, Teri's {{hypochondria}} Penny's phone conversation, but he's notably less hostile towards Gumball than he was before and other general craziness actually feels bad about revealing a major plot point in ''The Screamening''.
* PapaWolf: To Penny. The fact that she likes [[IdiotHero Gumball]] doesn't help. However, as of "The Shell" (when Gumball called him out on hurting Penny's feelings when she was freaking out over her new form, then consoled him and told him that "parenting is hard" and went through hell to get Penny back to her default form and back to her father), Patrick
has left her loosened up a tad cantankerous.
bit.
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: Assuming the dress and shoes aren't just part of her body.
* ImADoctorNotAPlaceholder: When people keep sending Bobert her way for fixing, she reminds them she
UglyGuyHotWife: His wife isn't a mechanic. Miss Simian points out fat like he is, though he seems to be in much better shape than Richard.
* UnnamedParent: His given name (Patrick) wasn't stated until "The Shell". The same episode played with it by Gumball repeatedly calling him some variation of "Robert", when the audience would have no idea
that Elmore has all kinds of weird students, so she should just shut up and deal with it.
* NerdGlasses: She wears enormously oversized eye glasses--or rather lenses inexplicably attached to her face.
* NiceHat: A white nurse hat with a red cross.
* NoNameGiven: Like the Sheriff, no one has ever called her by name.
* SphereEyes
he was wrong.



[[folder:Miss Lucy Simian]]
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-->Voiced by Lewis [=MacLeod=] (season 1), Hugo Harold-Harrison (season 2 onward)

An [[TimeAbyss impossibly ancient]] [[FunnyAnimal monkey]] who teaches at Elmore Junior High. Her and Principal Brown have a strong attraction to each other and barely bother to hide it.
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[[folder:Miss Lucy Simian]]
[[folder:The Chimera]]
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-->Voiced
org/pmwiki/pub/images/partychimera.jpg

A large, strange creature made of many different parts (mostly Lego bricks, a Barbie doll leg, a plastic shark's head, and a leg from an action figure of The Thing from The Fantastic Four). He pretended to be an imaginary friend created
by Lewis [=MacLeod=] (season 1), Hugo Harold-Harrison (season 2 onward)

An [[TimeAbyss impossibly ancient]] [[FunnyAnimal monkey]]
Anais, Darwin, and Gumball but was actually a creation of a lonely toymaker who teaches at Elmore Junior High. Her and Principal Brown have a strong attraction to each other and barely bother to hide it.
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outlived him.
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* ZeroPercentApprovalRating: Loathed by the entire town, Principal Brown excluded. Even Rocky, a NiceGuy who claims to like everybody, admits to her face that he hates her.
* ActionSurvivor: Of the joy virus in "The Joy". [[spoiler:She also ends up being the FinalGirl.]]
* ApatheticTeacher: She admits in "The Butterfly" that she doesn't care about the children's education, though you wouldn't either if you've been teaching since the Stone Age.
* ArtEvolution[=/=]EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: In Season 1, she was originally [[http://images1.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20120916111634/theamazingworldofgumball/images/thumb/3/3a/MissSimian2.png/200px-MissSimian2.png a rigid blocky character]] with a rather prominent shade of gray, and had a polka-dotted dress. In Season 2, she is given more color, a completely pink dress, a more rounded body, better computer animation, and some slightly noticeable FanDisservice JigglePhysics in her much more saggier boobs.
* BaldOfEvil[=/=]GirlsWithMoustaches: She's technically bald with a beard. Given she's a monkey, this wouldn't be especially notable if it weren't for it being pointed out to her in "The Boombox" by Principal Brown, showing she had not noticed before.
* BarefootCartoonAnimal: Wears a full dress but no shoes. Given her feet are realistically primate-like, she probably couldn't fit them in a regular pair of shoes.
* ElderlyImmortal[=/=]LongLived: It's unknown if she's lived 300,000 years because of actual immortality or a naturally long lifespan, but either way she looks quite old.
* EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys: Judging by her face and red bottom, she's some sort of mandrill or baboon. Despite clearly having a tail (not pictured here, but visible on the show), she's still often called an ape.
* FanDisservice: What her body shows (on both the season one and season two designs, with the season two design being more obvious since the CGI is more refined).
* ItsAllAboutMe: Her mug even says, "I Love Myself"
* JerkWithAHeartOfJerk: In "The Ape", she was a complete JerkAss to Nicole when she was young and would even use Gumball and Darwin just to get the Teacher Award. She was given a choice to either get the form with the signature on the car and fall out of the bridge or get off the car and redeem herself by staying friends with the Wattersons. [[IgnoredEpiphany She went "Nah!" to the latter and does the former, which leads to her fall]].
* MeaningfulName: [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lucy_%28Australopithecus%29 Lucy]] is also the nickname of an important hominid fossil.
* NominalHero: In "The Joy", while she's doing it for purely selfish reasons (recognition, not liking the sight of so much happiness, etc.), she still tries to stop the spread of the titular G-Rated ZombieApocalypse (even though she failed).
* NotSoAboveItAll: She's a {{Jerkass}} to end all Jerkasses...but she loves a good party.
* OfficialCouple: With Principal Brown.
* PetTheDog: She showed herself to not be ''completely'' heartless in "The Apology," as she gave up her attempts to frame or catch Gumball and Darwin when they attempted to actually get in trouble to save her dignity, her job and her relationship, and even attempted to clean up the mess they made to keep them out of trouble. Even when Darwin completely milks the fact that she's actually saying sorry for her behavior, she just chuckles. It's a surprisingly sweet moment for such a mean character.
* RedOniBlueOni: Red Oni to Principal Brown's Blue Oni.
* SadistTeacher: {{Zig Zagg|ingTrope}}ed; she's almost always portrayed as grumpy, self-centered, and mean-spirited when Principal Brown isn't present, but if this translates to actively picking on her students or Gumball specifically varies by the episode.
* SpeciesSurname: Although a bit wider than "species", as "simian" is an infraorder (a taxonomy level between an order and a family).
* TimeAbyss: At least 300,000 years old. She's so old, she taught during the Stone Age and her father's skeleton is currently on display at a natural history museum.

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* ZeroPercentApprovalRating: Loathed by the entire town, Principal Brown excluded. Even Rocky, a NiceGuy who claims to like everybody, admits {{Adorkable}}: His social skills are rather poor because he'd previously never talked with anyone but his creator. Gumball even tells Anais that [[LonelyTogether she finally found someone as socially awkward as her]], [[HellYesMoment to her face that delight]].
* BizarreTasteInFood: He eats hair.
* DetachmentCombat[=/=]PullingThemselvesTogether: Although
he hates her.
* ActionSurvivor: Of the joy virus in "The Joy". [[spoiler:She also ends up being the FinalGirl.]]
* ApatheticTeacher: She admits in "The Butterfly" that she
doesn't care about the children's education, though you wouldn't either if you've been teaching since the Stone Age.
* ArtEvolution[=/=]EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: In Season 1, she was originally [[http://images1.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20120916111634/theamazingworldofgumball/images/thumb/3/3a/MissSimian2.png/200px-MissSimian2.png a rigid blocky character]] with a rather prominent shade of gray,
use them to fight, The Friend can remotely control his detachable pieces and had a polka-dotted dress. In Season 2, she is given more color, a completely pink dress, a more rounded body, better computer animation, and some slightly noticeable FanDisservice JigglePhysics in her much more saggier boobs.
* BaldOfEvil[=/=]GirlsWithMoustaches: She's technically bald with a beard. Given she's a monkey,
reassemble himself at will. He shows this wouldn't be especially notable if it weren't for it off by [[LosingYourHead taking his head off]] then comes together again after being pointed out blown to her in "The Boombox" by Principal Brown, showing she had not noticed before.
pieces.
* BarefootCartoonAnimal: Wears DoesNotKnowHisOwnStrength: He barely nudges a full dress but no shoes. Given her feet are realistically primate-like, she probably couldn't fit them in a regular pair of shoes.
pinata and it's sent flying into the sky.
* ElderlyImmortal[=/=]LongLived: It's unknown if she's lived 300,000 years {{Living Toy|}}: An old toymaker made him because of actual immortality or a naturally long lifespan, but either way she looks quite old.
he was lonely.
* EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys: Judging by her face MisunderstoodLonerWithAHeartOfGold: After his creator died, he started wandering around at random and red bottom, she's some sort his appearance made people scared of mandrill or baboon. Despite clearly having a tail (not pictured here, but visible on the show), she's still often called an ape.
* FanDisservice: What her body shows (on both the season one and season two designs, with the season two design being more obvious since the CGI is more refined).
* ItsAllAboutMe: Her mug
him even says, "I Love Myself"
* JerkWithAHeartOfJerk: In "The Ape", she was a complete JerkAss to Nicole when she was young and would even use Gumball and Darwin just to get the Teacher Award. She was given a choice to either get the form with the signature on the car and fall out of the bridge or get off the car and redeem herself by staying friends with the Wattersons. [[IgnoredEpiphany She went "Nah!" to the latter and does the former, which leads to her fall]].
* MeaningfulName: [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lucy_%28Australopithecus%29 Lucy]] is also the nickname of an important hominid fossil.
* NominalHero: In "The Joy", while she's doing it for purely selfish reasons (recognition, not liking the sight of so much happiness, etc.), she still tries to stop the spread of the titular G-Rated ZombieApocalypse (even
though she failed).
* NotSoAboveItAll: She's a {{Jerkass}} to end all Jerkasses...but she loves a good party.
* OfficialCouple: With Principal Brown.
* PetTheDog: She showed herself to not be ''completely'' heartless in "The Apology," as she gave up her attempts to frame or catch Gumball and Darwin when they attempted to
he's actually get in trouble to save her dignity, her job and her relationship, and quite nice.
* MixAndMatchCritters: And a [[OurMonstersAreWeird rather bizarre one]]
even attempted to clean up by Elmore standards: his body is a collection of LEGO-like blocks, his left arm is robot-like and has a buzzsaw, the mess right arm is like a giant action figure's arm, his right leg is like a mannequin's, his left like [[Comicbook/FantasticFour Ben Grimm's]], and he has a shark's head with long hair.
* NotSoImaginaryFriend: He shows up right after Anais, Darwin, and Gumball try to make up an imaginary friend together, and pretends to be the friend
they made to keep them out of trouble. Even when Darwin completely milks the fact that she's actually saying sorry for her behavior, she just chuckles. It's a surprisingly sweet moment for such a mean character.
up.
* RedOniBlueOni: Red Oni to Principal Brown's Blue Oni.
* SadistTeacher: {{Zig Zagg|ingTrope}}ed; she's almost always portrayed as grumpy, self-centered, and mean-spirited when Principal Brown
NoNameGiven: He never uses any name, isn't present, but if this translates to actively picking on her students or Gumball specifically varies by the episode.
* SpeciesSurname: Although a bit wider than "species", as "simian" is an infraorder (a taxonomy level between an order
ask for one, and a family).
might not have one.
* TimeAbyss: At least 300,000 years old. She's so old, she taught during the Stone Age and her father's skeleton is currently on display at a natural history museum.OddFriendship: He forms one with Anais.



[[folder:Rocky Robinson]]
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-->Voiced by Lewis [=MacLeod=] (Season 1), Hugo Harold-Harrison (Season 2), Simon Lipkin (Season 3)

Mr. and Mrs. Robinson's estranged son and a [[CartoonCreature muppet creature]] like his parents (even though he's orange and they're blue). He works numerous non-teaching positions at Elmore Junior High (mostly the janitor, the cafeteria worker, and the bus driver).

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[[folder:Rocky Robinson]]
[[folder:Granny Jojo]]
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-->Voiced by Lewis [=MacLeod=] (Season 1), Hugo Harold-Harrison (Season 2), Simon Lipkin (Season 3)

Mr. and Mrs. Robinson's estranged son and a [[CartoonCreature muppet creature]] like his parents (even though he's orange and they're blue). He works numerous non-teaching positions at Elmore Junior High (mostly the janitor, the cafeteria worker, and the bus driver).
Sandra Searles Dickinson

Richard's mother, another [[AmazingTechnicolorPopulation pink]] [[FunnyAnimal rabbit.]]



* AlliterativeName: '''Ro'''cky '''Ro'''binson.
* BarefootCartoonAnimal: Unlike his parents, he wears no shoes.
* BlackSheep: His father disowned him because he won't take a respectable job, is a deadbeat who never graduated from school, and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking dresses like a Canadian]].
* BlandNameProduct : He wears an [[Music/AcDc AB/CD]] shirt in season one. From season two to now, the logo was changed to "Bisou" and stylized after the logo for the band "KISS".
* {{Catchphrase}}: "Word."
* LikeFatherUnlikeSon[=/=]WhiteSheep: His parents are both very mean, grumpy, and serious, but Rocky himself is friendly, happy, and laid-back.
* MellowFellow: Rocky is very calm and relaxed, generally only losing his cool when in danger or pain.
* NewJobAsThePlotDemands: He fills pretty much every non-teaching, non-administrative job at school, usually the janitor, the cafeteria worker, and the bus driver.
* NiceGuy: In "The Ape" he tells Mrs. Simian that not even ''he'' likes her... and he likes everybody!
* ReplacementGoldfish: Becomes a literal replacement goldfish for Darwin in "The Genius", who Nicole and Richard insist on calling "Rockwin".

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* AlliterativeName: '''Ro'''cky '''Ro'''binson.
* BarefootCartoonAnimal: Unlike his parents, he wears no shoes.
* BlackSheep: His father disowned him because he won't take a respectable job, is a deadbeat who never graduated from school, and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking dresses like a Canadian]].
* BlandNameProduct : He wears an [[Music/AcDc AB/CD]] shirt
CharacterizationMarchesOn: Rather than being overly protective, in the first season one. From season two to now, the logo was changed to "Bisou" and stylized after the logo for the band "KISS".
* {{Catchphrase}}: "Word."
* LikeFatherUnlikeSon[=/=]WhiteSheep: His parents are both very mean, grumpy, and serious, but Rocky himself is friendly, happy, and laid-back.
* MellowFellow: Rocky is very calm and relaxed, generally only losing his cool when in danger or pain.
* NewJobAsThePlotDemands: He fills pretty much every non-teaching, non-administrative job at school, usually the janitor, the cafeteria worker, and the bus driver.
* NiceGuy: In "The Ape" he tells Mrs. Simian that
she seemed extremely ''apathetic'', not even ''he'' likes her... and he likes everybody!
* ReplacementGoldfish: Becomes a literal replacement goldfish for Darwin
wanting to do anything in "The Genius", who Kiss" but watch TV all day and uncaringly telling Richard that magic wasn't real in a flashback in "The Wand". Compare with episodes like "The Authority" and "The Man," where it's established that she was an overprotective parent to Richard and lied to him about why his father wasn't around.
* DecemberDecemberRomance: With Louie (the MickeyMouse {{Expy}}); [[ParentWithNewParamour when Richard finds out]], he freaks.
* GrossUpCloseUp: We constantly get this of her putting on her lipstick in "The Kiss".
* FreudianExcuse: "The Man" implies that [[spoiler:Richard's father leaving him and his mother 42 years ago when he was very young]] is part of why she's so overprotective.
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: Like her granddaughter, but unlike her son, she wears shoes.
* MiniatureSeniorCitizen: In the first season she was noticeably shorter than Richard or Nicole. [[ArtEvolution Her second season design]] is barely taller than Anais.
-->'''Granny Jojo:''' (inside, talking about the kids outside) See, this is exactly the kind of thing I was worried about. \\
'''Nicole:''' How would you know? You're not even tall enough to look out the window!
* MyBelovedSmother: She thinks a mother has to protect her family from everything [[ScareEmStraight by making them scared of everything.]] Richard's such a FatIdiot because she had him sit around eating all day, never learning how to do anything himself.
* TheNicknamer: Calls Gumball "the blue one" Darwin "walking fish" and "fish kid".
* ObnoxiousInLaws: Both
Nicole and Richard insist prefer to be as far away as possible whenever she visits. She has an extremely low opinion of Nicole as a mother that she vocalizes regularly, yet also leans on calling "Rockwin".her for ridiculous demands, making her waste one of her only four days off to be her chauffeur.
* VagueAge: In "The Man" she states herself to be 63 years old, yet she already looked old when Richard was a kid, and he's now thought to be between 40 and 50 years of age.
* ScrewPolitenessImASenior: She's very blunt, [[HeyYou doesn't bother to remember her grandkids names]], and she made Anais carry a suitcase that's clearly too heavy for her.



[[folder:Steve Small]]
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-->Voiced by Rupert Degas (season 1), Adam Long (season 2 onward)

The [[CartoonCreature humanoid covered in fluffy hair]] who acts as Elmore Junior High's guidance counselor.

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[[folder:Steve Small]]
[[folder:Mrs. Jötunheim]]
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-->Voiced by Rupert Degas (season 1), Adam Long (season 2 onward)

The [[CartoonCreature humanoid covered in fluffy hair]]
Sandra Searles Dickinson

Hector's mother, a grumpy witch
who acts as Elmore Junior High's guidance counselor.has to keep her son calm to keep him from destroying Elmore.



* AbsurdlyYouthfulMother: {{Inverted|Trope}}; she looks far too old to have a middle school-aged son. Possibly whatever species she is [[YoungerThanTheyLook looks like that regardless of age]], or giants like Hector grow more slowly than "regular" people.
* BlueCollarWarlock: She is a rather comical mixture of a traditional witch (she lives in a cave, uses a MagicCauldron, knows about magic spells, and flies on a broom) and an everyday person (she goes into town like everyone else, she works as a custodian, and she has a son in middle school).
* {{Expy}}: Her character design is heavily based on [[Film/SpiritedAway Yubaba]].
* InterspeciesRomance: Her husband is stated to be a giant even bigger than Hector, implying she's a member of some WitchSpecies, rather than a giant that shrank with old age. [[HotSkittyOnWailordAction And she's not even as big as a human.]]
* GoodIsNotNice: Mrs. Jötunheim is fairly unpleasant to talk to, but is the main thing keeping Hector from destroying the town and helps Gumball from the Snatcher in "The Mirror" without asking for anything in return.
* MiniatureSeniorCitizen: Even Gumball towers over her.
* MyBelovedSmother: She's extremely controlling of everything Hector sees and does, even vetoing his online friend invitations and heavily censoring his comics. [[PlayingWithATrope However,]] this isn't to protect Hector, it's to keep him calm, protecting everyone else ''from'' him.
* WickedWitch: She turns out to really be a witch, as Gumball had guessed, and has a lot of the visual traits, including discolored warty skin, [[SinisterSchnoz a big nose]], and a {{witch broom}}, [[SubvertedTrope but isn't really evil.]]
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Laurence "Larry" Needlemeyer]]
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-->Voiced by Kerry Shale

A skinny man [[RockMonster made of rock]] who works many different jobs throughout Elmore.
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* AlliterativeName: The first letters of his first and last name begin with a "S".
* AmericanAccents: He had a slight Dixie (Southern U.S.) accent in the first season. Season two on, he had a stereotypical hippie voice.
* CharacterizationMarchesOn: In season one, Mr. Small's hippie-like tendencies weren't so pronounced and it was generally implied that he was much meaner and more shiftless than he let on, whereas after that he seems to genuinely be a complete doormat. And, as mentioned in the AmericanAccents entry above, his first voice actors played him with a Southern accent.
* ChewToy: Him being injured as the result of the protagonist's actions has become a RunningGag since the end of season one.
* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Even besides his deliberately "hippie" behavior, he's done strange things like writing an ''extremely'' long poem from the point of view of a shoe and thinking he's become one with the universe when he woke up in a room full of foam.
* DrillSergeantNasty: He's the judge for cheerleading tryout and is [[SchoolClubsAreSeriousBusiness extremely serious about it]] for a team [[ClubStub with about six members]].
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal
* HippieTeacher: A counselor variant. Though he's rather less patient than the typical example.
* MoodSwinger: Can go from an easy-going hippie to an enraged maniac in a snap.
* NewAgeRetroHippie: Right down to the rainbow shirt, temporarily having a diet that was just sunlight, talking about "the man," having a hippie van named Janis (possibly named after JanisJoplin), and even being a ''literal cloud''. There's even [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar a few moments implying he is indeed a stoner]]; drinking herbal tea that makes him black out and on "The Void," he can bounce through the dimension of the world's mistakes because he's, "...used to feeling spaced out."
* NothingButSkinAndBones: On a few occasions where he wears skin-tight clothes (or any type of revealing clothes, like the midriff-bearing holistic doctor outfit he wore in "The Allergy," the tattered clothes he had in "The Pizza," and when he wore nothing but a loincloth in "The Void") we can see his ribcage with a disturbing amount of detail. Justified as he starved himself on a diet of sunlight and (rarely) eats meat.
* LargeHam:
-->"Don't hate me because I'm ''beautiful!''"
* PissTakeRap: Has one about honesty; while dressed in a ''bear costume''.
* PsychoPsychologist: Mr. Small is the school's counselor but really needs therapy more than any of his students. Especially in the first season, where he often showed himself to be violently bipolar. Seasons two and three had him more as spacey and paranoid.
* ScareEmStraight: Does this to Gumball and Darwin by showing them a grotesque diagram of the soul of a liar. This can also be applied to his sock puppet, the Silence Snake, whom he uses to scream at people and shock them into shutting up.
* SphereEyes
* StrawVegetarian: In "The Castle" he states he's only a vegetarian so he can rub his superiority over not eating meat in everyone's faces. In "The Pizza," it's revealed that in dire survival situations, he will turn to cannibalism, but only if the person about to be eaten hasn't had any antibiotics or anything that's not considered organic. Principal Brown in "The Fraud" mentions that he hates vegetarians because they're boring, always go shirtless, and have a smug superiority to them, which may or may not be how he really feels about Mr. Small.
* {{Tuckerization}}: Named after a friend of the show's creator that also works in animation--the same one that made his character design, in fact.
* UnmovingPlaid: His rainbow-patterned shirt [[http://theamazingworldofgumball.wikia.com/wiki/File:HeyNewGirl.png played this straight]] a few times in season one. Every other time it's a {{downplayed|trope}} example, because the pattern will rotate and shift as his body parts move, but [[http://theamazingworldofgumball.wikia.com/wiki/File:Photopreview5.png does not change when his shirt gets folded]].

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* AlliterativeName: The first letters of his first and last name begin with a "S".
* AmericanAccents:
BarrierMaiden: He had a slight Dixie (Southern U.S.) accent in the first season. Season two on, he had a stereotypical hippie voice.
* CharacterizationMarchesOn: In season one, Mr. Small's hippie-like tendencies weren't
holds so pronounced and it was generally implied many jobs that he was much meaner and more shiftless than he let on, whereas after that he seems to genuinely be a complete doormat. And, as mentioned in the AmericanAccents entry above, his first voice actors played him with continued employment is required to keep Elmore's economy (and society as a Southern accent.
whole) from spontaneously collapsing.
* CartoonCreature: [[https://twitter.com/#!/benbocquelet/status/171333727501295616 He's suppose to be]] a [[RockMonster rock-man]], but his design makes this slightly hard to tell.
* ChewToy: Him being injured as He can hardly make an appearance where something terrible doesn't happen to him -- usually at the result hands of the protagonist's actions has become Watterson family.
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: Wears
a RunningGag since the end of season one.
shirt plus LongPants.
* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Even besides his deliberately "hippie" behavior, he's done strange things like writing an ''extremely'' long poem from the point of view of a shoe and thinking he's become one with the universe when he woke up in a room full of foam.
* DrillSergeantNasty: He's the judge for cheerleading tryout and is [[SchoolClubsAreSeriousBusiness extremely serious about it]] for a team [[ClubStub with about six members]].
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal
* HippieTeacher: A counselor variant. Though he's rather less patient than the typical example.
* MoodSwinger: Can go from an easy-going hippie to an enraged maniac in a snap.
* NewAgeRetroHippie: Right down to the rainbow shirt, temporarily having a diet that was just sunlight, talking about "the man," having a hippie van named Janis (possibly named after JanisJoplin), and even being a ''literal cloud''. There's even [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar a few moments implying he is indeed a stoner]]; drinking herbal tea that makes him black out and on
FunnySchizophrenia: In "The Void," Game", he can bounce takes a pizza being ordered to his own address from a PrankCall, then argues with ''himself'' over who pays for it, ultimately throwing the pizza in his own face.
-->'''Larry:''' I think all these jobs are messing with my head.
* HumiliationConga: Goes
through one at the dimension hands of the world's mistakes because he's, "...used to feeling spaced out."
* NothingButSkinAndBones: On a few occasions where he wears skin-tight clothes (or any type of revealing clothes, like the midriff-bearing holistic doctor outfit he wore in "The Allergy," the tattered clothes he had in "The Pizza," and when he wore nothing but a loincloth in "The Void") we can see his ribcage with a disturbing amount of detail. Justified as he starved himself on a diet of sunlight and (rarely) eats meat.
* LargeHam:
-->"Don't hate me because I'm ''beautiful!''"
* PissTakeRap: Has one about honesty; while dressed in a ''bear costume''.
* PsychoPsychologist: Mr. Small is the school's counselor but really needs therapy more than any of his students. Especially in the first season, where he often showed himself to be violently bipolar. Seasons two and three had him more as spacey and paranoid.
* ScareEmStraight: Does this to
Gumball and Darwin in "The Laziest", as they get him fired while causing his car to be destroyed and girlfriend to dump him. [[UnexplainedRecovery He's back to normal by showing them his next appearance.]]
* NewJobAsThePlotDemands: Runs pretty much every shop in town and does
a grotesque diagram lot of other jobs as well that isn't already covered by other characters. {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d in the "The Finale" where it is explained that because of the soul of a liar. This can also be applied Wattersons' constant antics, he has to his sock puppet, take on more than one job in order to pay for all the Silence Snake, whom he uses to scream at people and shock them into shutting up.
* SphereEyes
* StrawVegetarian:
damage they caused for him. In "The Castle" he states Pizza", it turns out he's only a vegetarian so he can rub his superiority over not eating meat the ''only'' one in everyone's faces. In town doing many of these things (including pest control worker[[note]]even though "The Pizza," it's revealed Shell" showed that in dire survival situations, he will turn to cannibalism, but only if a cockroach, ironically, is the town's pest control worker...unless he got fired for shooting Nicole with a tranquilizer dart while trying to subdue Penny during her shapeshifting freak-out and Larry took over[[/note]], police station accountant, and roadside repairman), and if he goes, the town's economy falls.
* ThatManIsDead: He used to be "Lazy Larry", the laziest
person about to be eaten hasn't had any antibiotics or anything that's not considered organic. Principal Brown in "The Fraud" mentions that he hates vegetarians because they're boring, always go shirtless, and have a smug superiority to them, which may or may not be how he really feels about Mr. Small.
* {{Tuckerization}}: Named
Elmore, but after a friend of the show's creator he lost that also works in animation--the same one that made title to Richard he's been trying to get his character design, in fact.
* UnmovingPlaid: His rainbow-patterned shirt [[http://theamazingworldofgumball.wikia.com/wiki/File:HeyNewGirl.png played this straight]] a few times in season one. Every other time it's a {{downplayed|trope}} example, because the pattern will rotate
life together and shift as his body parts move, but [[http://theamazingworldofgumball.wikia.com/wiki/File:Photopreview5.png does not change when his shirt gets folded]].doesn't like being called "Lazy Larry" anymore.



!!Other Citizens of Elmore

[[folder:Banana Bob and Banana Barbara]]
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-->Voiced by Mic Graves (Bob), Sandra Searles Dickinson (Barbara)

Banana Joe's parents, two other [[AnthropomorphicFood bananas.]]

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!!Other Citizens of Elmore

[[folder:Banana Bob and Banana Barbara]]
[[folder:Richwood High Tennis Team]]
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-->Voiced by Mic Graves (Bob), Sandra Searles Dickinson (Barbara)

Banana Joe's parents,
Hugo Harold-Harrison (Carlton), Fergus Craig (Troy), Steve Furst (Mr. Kreese)

A trio of [[StylisticSuck poorly-animated]] (looking similar to how humans are animated in most 1980s cartoons, like ''GIJoeARealAmericanHero'' or anything by {{Filmation}}) humans:
two other [[AnthropomorphicFood bananas.]]high-school tennis players named Carlton and Troy and their coach, Mr. Kreese. They're the only humans to appear on the show in person (not counting Santa Claus, who may be a sort of elf/fairy).



* AlliterativeName: Both of them.
* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Barbara wears a polka-dot ribbon. Bizarrely, Bob's mustache was shown in "The Shell" to actually be a detachable accessory.
* TheChewToy: Barbara is subject to a large amount of prat-falls in "The Mothers", many of them caused by [[TheKlutz her extreme clumsiness.]]
* HiddenDepths: Banana Bob used to be a musician. And a bank robber.
* LookalikeLovers: They're basically identical save their TertiarySexualCharacteristics, as seen in "The Shell" where it's revealed that Banana Bob's mustache is detachable and, without it, his voice is very high and girl-like.
* MadOracle: In "The Shell" it's implied that Banana Barbara paints portraits that predict the future. "The Oracle" shows that she's been doing it for years, though Banana Joe never noticed because all of them were of the Watterson family. And any time she's seen making one, she [[ThousandYardStare stares around blankly]].
* ObliviouslyEvil: Banana Bob mentions in "The Oracle" that people threw their hands up and gave him money any time he put on a [[BlatantBurglar balaclava]] (or "bananaclava" as he calls it) and walked into a bank, not understanding that those people thought he was robbing them.
* SpeciesSurname: Like their son, "Banana" is their family name even though it's their first.
* TertiarySexualCharacteristics: Barbara has eyelashes, lipstick, and a bow while Bob has a mustache. In "The Shell," Banana Bob's mustache is detachable and the only thing keeping his voice masculine, which carries some odd implications.

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* AlliterativeName: Both AmbiguouslyBrown: Troy has a somewhat dark skin tone, but it might just be a tan.
* BunnyEarsLawyer: In spite
of them.
* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Barbara wears a polka-dot ribbon. Bizarrely, Bob's mustache was shown in "The Shell" to
their delusional behavior, Carlton and Troy are actually be a detachable accessory.
* TheChewToy: Barbara is subject
extremely skilled at playing tennis. The one time Gumball actually tried to a large amount return one of prat-falls in "The Mothers", many their serves, the spin alone was enough to tear the racket out of them caused by [[TheKlutz her extreme clumsiness.]]
his hand.
* HiddenDepths: Banana Bob used to be a musician. And a bank robber.
* LookalikeLovers:
DefeatMeansFriendship: Ironically it's after ''they'' win that Darwin and Gumball get their respect. They're basically identical save impressed that Gumball managed to keep playing after a minor injury, despite neither one trying to win before or after it.
* TheDividual: Carlton and Troy are, for most purposes, the same person.
* {{Expy}}: Carlton/Troy and Mr. Kreese blatantly parody the arrogant but honorable student/ruthless coach dynamic of Johnny and John Kreese in ''Film/TheKarateKid''. Although unlike John Kreese, Mr. Kreese has a HeelFaceTurn.
* ImpossiblyTackyClothes: They wear extremely stereotypical [[OutdatedOutfit 1980s clothing]], including tennis shoes and high-socks with rainbow highlights, long wavy hair, rectangular shades, and brightly color sweaters worn as both clothing and accessories for the shoulder and waist at the same time.
* ManChild: Mr. Kreese engages in UnsportsmanlikeGloating with all the grace, eloquence, and enthusiasm of a five-year old.
* NonStandardCharacterDesign: Their designs look like they're from a 70s or 80s cartoon made by Creator/{{Filmation}} or Creator/{{Sunbow|Entertainment}}. Even with the show's extremely diverse art style they're all ''very'' out of place.
* OpposingSportsTeam: Relentlessly parodied: all three continuously insist that they're "more hardcore" than Darwin and Gumball, despite facing no disagreement, and [[TheThingThatWouldNotLeave won't stop bothering them]] until the two accept
their TertiarySexualCharacteristics, as seen in "The Shell" where it's revealed that Banana Bob's mustache is detachable and, without it, his voice is very high and girl-like.
challenge to prove it.
* MadOracle: In "The Shell" it's implied that Banana Barbara paints portraits that predict the future. "The Oracle" shows that she's been doing it for years, though Banana Joe never noticed because all of them were of the Watterson family. And any time she's seen making one, she [[ThousandYardStare stares around blankly]].
* ObliviouslyEvil: Banana Bob mentions in "The Oracle" that people threw
{{Retraux}}: Their 80s-ness extends not just to their hands up clothes and gave him money any time he put on a [[BlatantBurglar balaclava]] (or "bananaclava" as he calls it) character design, but also their ''animation'': their movement are all very choppy, they make flamboyant mannerisms reminiscent of ''Anime/SpeedRacer'', [[http://theamazingworldofgumball.wikia.com/wiki/File:Sweatershardcore.png closeups]] show them with non-uniform outlines and walked into bleeding colors to make them look like they're cel-animated, and there are some [[StylisticSuck deliberate art errors]] like Carlton suddenly having freckles for just one scene.
* RichBastard: Carlton threatens to have his rich dad [[SavingTheOrphanage bulldoze Elmore Junior High to make
a bank, not understanding that those people thought he was robbing golf course]] if Gumball and Darwin don't have a tennis match with them.
* SpeciesSurname: Like their son, "Banana" is their family name even though it's their first.
* TertiarySexualCharacteristics: Barbara has eyelashes, lipstick, and a bow while Bob has a mustache. In "The Shell," Banana Bob's mustache is detachable and
TokenHuman: They are the only thing keeping his voice masculine, which carries some odd implications.human character seen in-person. However, Carlton, Troy, Mr. Kreese, and the background characters of Richwood High are animated rather than live-action like the humans shown on television, so they [[AmbiguouslyHuman might not be quite the same thing]].
* WrongGenreSavvy: All of them act like they're in a cheesy 80s sports movie when they're really in an episode of a cartoon parodying those movies. Unfortunately, their presence seems [[InfectiousInsanity to cause almost everyone else to act the same.]]



[[folder:Billy and Felicity Parham]]
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-->Voiced by Richard Overall (Billy), Sandra Searles Dickinson (Felicity)

A mother and child who are both [[CartoonCreature abstract blobs]] colored orange and blue, respectively.

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[[folder:Billy and Felicity Parham]]
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[[folder:Gaylord Robinson]]
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-->Voiced by Richard Overall (Billy), Sandra Searles Dickinson (Felicity)

A mother and child
Rupert Degas (Season 1), Stefan Ashton Frank (Season 2 onward)

The Watterson's cranky neighbor
who are both appears to be [[CartoonCreature abstract blobs]] colored orange a sort of Muppet creature]] or a [[LivingToys muppet come to life]]. In spite of his attitude, Gumball and blue, respectively.Darwin adore him.



* AbusiveParents[=/=]HilariouslyAbusiveChildhood: Billy does not have a very good mom.
** In "The Extras," she crashed her car (with her son in it) into a house and left him in there while she walked out and beaned herself on the head with a shovel.
** In "The Gripes," she threw her son in the trunk of the car and buckled up her groceries [[HypocriticalHumor as she accused Gumball's father of being a bad parent]].
** In "The Law," she leaves her son behind when she hijacks the ice cream truck and goes on a crime spree.
** In "The Butterfly," she shoved her own son out of the way when he was chasing after the $20 bill that the hairy hobo lost. [[LaserGuidedKarma Fortunately, she got what was coming to her when Mrs. Robinson shoved her out of the way to get the $20 bill]].
* AscendedExtra: They started as {{Recurring Extra}}s throughout season 2[[labelnote:before that]]A completely different-looking boy, who once spoke with the same voice as Billy, and his mother were seen several times in the first season[[/labelnote]], then they got a skit in "The Extras" and major roles in "The Law" and "The Egg".
* AxCrazy: Felicity, and ''how''.
* BlueOrangeContrast: Not only are they blue and orange, but the mother has blue lips.
* ChildProdigy: Billy is about as smart as Anais, and a bit more of an InsufferableGenius.
* {{Hipster}}: Billy seems rather disdainful of suburban living. He [[BirdsOfAFeather gets along with Anais very well]], celebrating how they'll do hipster things like tour Europe and get tattoos, [[spoiler:until she admits she likes Daisy the Donkey, which he thinks is a mindless show that exists solely to sell merchandise]].
* RichBitch: It's not clear exactly how rich they are, but they're both pretty stuck up. When it appears to them that Gumball and Darwin were being arrested, the mother assumes it's because they went to public school.
* SphereEyes
* StepfordSmiler: Beneath her cheery demeanor, Felicity is bitchy at best and mentally deranged at worst. In their skit in "The Extras" when she got tired of Billy's pestering, she crashed her car into their house and knocked herself out with a shovel so she didn't have to listen to him. In "The Law," the sight of Gumball not being stopped by the Doughnut Sheriff (who was fired) for ''jaywalking'' enrages her so much that she immediately figures law and order doesn't exist anymore, hijacks Larry's ice cream truck, leaving her son behind, and plows through Elmore until she reaches the police department and threatens to kill the Chief of Police with an ice cream cone. "The Egg" is pretty much an entire episode of her making catty remarks about The Wattersons while barely trying to keep her cheerfulness at bay.
* {{Tuckerization}}: Their last name comes from one of the show's writers, Joe Parham.
* UnexplainedAccent: Billy has a British accent[[note]]specifically ReceivedPronunciation, so it's probably not even one of the show's British voice actors NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent[[/note]], even though his mother and the rest of Elmore do not.
* UnnamedParent: Until "The Egg", Felicity's name was never stated.

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* AbusiveParents[=/=]HilariouslyAbusiveChildhood: Billy does not have a very good mom.
** In "The Extras," she crashed her car (with her son in it) into a house
BigOlUnibrow
* CrankyNeighbor[=/=]GrumpyOldMan: Mr. Robinson's smug sense of superiority toward the Wattersons is one of his only sources of enjoyment,
and left him in there while she walked out and beaned herself on the head he's constantly trying to find something wrong with a shovel.
** In "The Gripes," she threw her son
them, going so far as to camp in the trunk of the his trash can all day to find out if they were using it without his permission. He even sometimes drives his car around town, trying to make as many people miserable as possible.
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal
* HappilyMarried: He
and buckled up her groceries [[HypocriticalHumor as she accused Gumball's father his wife Margaret are "happily" married because they argue, ''a lot''.
* HiddenDepths: Despite his uptight personality, he has a love
of being a bad parent]].
** In "The Law," she leaves her son behind when she hijacks the ice cream truck
dance, and goes on gives a crime spree.
** In "The Butterfly," she shoved her own son out of the way when
big musical performance in his first episode.
* HopelessWithTech[=/=]TechnologicallyBlindElders: He doesn't know how to program his alarm clock (he says this himself ''as
he was chasing after the $20 bill that the hairy hobo lost. [[LaserGuidedKarma Fortunately, she got what was coming to her when Mrs. Robinson shoved her out of the way to get the $20 bill]].
sees someone else is doing it'') and mistakes a video camera for a musical instrument.
* AscendedExtra: They started as {{Recurring Extra}}s throughout season 2[[labelnote:before that]]A completely different-looking boy, who once spoke LookalikeLovers: Broadly; he and his wife are both CGI muppets with the same voice as Billy, nose and his mother were seen several times in the first season[[/labelnote]], then they got a skit in "The Extras" and major roles in "The Law" and "The Egg".
* AxCrazy: Felicity, and ''how''.
* BlueOrangeContrast: Not only are they blue and orange,
color scheme, but the mother has blue lips.
* ChildProdigy: Billy is about as smart as Anais, and a bit more of an InsufferableGenius.
* {{Hipster}}: Billy seems rather disdainful of suburban living. He [[BirdsOfAFeather gets along with Anais very well]], celebrating how they'll do hipster things like tour Europe and get tattoos, [[spoiler:until she admits she likes Daisy the Donkey, which he thinks is a mindless show that exists solely to sell merchandise]].
* RichBitch: It's not clear exactly how rich they are, but they're both pretty stuck up. When it appears to them that Gumball and Darwin were being arrested, the mother assumes it's because they went to public school.
* SphereEyes
* StepfordSmiler: Beneath her cheery demeanor, Felicity is bitchy at best and mentally deranged at worst. In
their skit in "The Extras" when she got tired of Billy's pestering, she crashed her car into hair and body shapes are entirely different. Strangely, their house and knocked herself out with a shovel so she didn't have to listen to him. In "The Law," son has his father's body shape, but neither the sight of Gumball not being stopped by the Doughnut Sheriff (who was fired) for ''jaywalking'' enrages her so much that she immediately figures law and order doesn't exist anymore, hijacks Larry's ice cream truck, leaving her son behind, and plows through Elmore until she reaches the police department and threatens to kill the Chief of Police with an ice cream cone. "The Egg" is pretty much an entire episode of her making catty remarks about The Wattersons while barely trying to keep her cheerfulness at bay.
* {{Tuckerization}}: Their last name comes from one of the show's writers, Joe Parham.
* UnexplainedAccent: Billy has a British accent[[note]]specifically ReceivedPronunciation, so it's probably not even one of the show's British voice actors NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent[[/note]], even though
color or nose his mother and the rest of Elmore do not.
parents share.
* UnnamedParent: Until "The Egg", Felicity's name was never stated.MarionetteMotion: [[InvokedTrope Invoked]], given [[Creator/JimHenson what]] [[TheMuppetShow he's based]] [[{{Muppet}} off of]].



[[folder:Patrick Fitzgerald]]
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-->Voiced by Dan Russell

Penny's father, another [[AnimateInanimateObject living peanut]] [[MixAndMatchCritters with antlers]]. [[spoiler:Although beneath his shell he's presumably a spectral shapeshifter with antlers like his daughter.]]

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[[folder:Patrick Fitzgerald]]
[[folder:Margaret Robinson]]
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-->Voiced by Dan Russell

Penny's father,
Teresa Gallagher

Mr. Robinson's wife,
another [[AnimateInanimateObject living peanut]] [[MixAndMatchCritters with antlers]]. [[spoiler:Although beneath his shell he's presumably a spectral shapeshifter with antlers like his daughter.]][[CartoonCreature muppet creature]], who speaks only in mumbles.



* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Normally wears only sandals with socks under them. When at work he also wears a hardhat and when jogging he replaces the sandals with tennis shoes and adds sweatbands.
* BlackBeadEyes: Like his daughter, his eyes look like this, but actually seem to be holes in his shell.
* EarlyBirdCameo: Gumball, Darwin, and Nicole run through his backyard in "The DVD", when he wouldn't get a speaking role until "The Date" later that season.
* FatIdiot: Subverted. Mr. Fitzgerald is scarily on the ball when it comes to parenting, and seems to be a very authoritative and strict person, despite his size - which, given what the Fitzgeralds are like under their shells, may not be indicative of his weight anyway.
* LargeAndInCharge: The biggest in the Fitzgerald household.
* OnlySaneMan: Has a justified grudge against the Wattersons, [[PapaWolf and Gumball in particular]], but is unusually quick to put it aside as events dictate. Was pretty much the only Elmore resident who was willing to work ''with'' the Wattersons in some way during the events of "The Finale" (by taking a fall in a "Dad Fight" between him and Richard, as things had clearly gotten well out of hand with the crowd and all).
* OverprotectiveDad: He refuses to let Penny see Gumball after his family makes a bad impression in "The Knights", and flat-out refuses to even let her say anything about it. "The Shell" implies a lot of this is because their whole family are secretive about what they're like under their shells, but this ends up backfiring and making Penny feel ashamed after she leaves her shell. Since "The Shell," however, Patrick hasn't been as overprotective or as antagonistic to Gumball: In "The Spoiler," he still feels the need to eavesdrop over Gumball and Penny's phone conversation, but he's notably less hostile towards Gumball than he was before and actually feels bad about revealing a major plot point in ''The Screamening''.
* PapaWolf: To Penny. The fact that she likes [[IdiotHero Gumball]] doesn't help. However, as of "The Shell" (when Gumball called him out on hurting Penny's feelings when she was freaking out over her new form, then consoled him and told him that "parenting is hard" and went through hell to get Penny back to her default form and back to her father), Patrick has loosened up a bit.
* UglyGuyHotWife: His wife isn't fat like he is, though he seems to be in much better shape than Richard.
* UnnamedParent: His given name (Patrick) wasn't stated until "The Shell". The same episode played with it by Gumball repeatedly calling him some variation of "Robert", when the audience would have no idea that he was wrong.

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* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Normally wears only sandals with socks under them. When at work he also wears a hardhat and when jogging he replaces CrankyNeighbor: She doesn't go out of her way to antagonize the sandals with tennis shoes and adds sweatbands.
* BlackBeadEyes: Like his daughter, his eyes look like this,
Watterson as much, but actually seem to be holes in his shell.
* EarlyBirdCameo: Gumball, Darwin, and Nicole run through his backyard in "The DVD", when he wouldn't get a speaking role until "The Date" later that season.
* FatIdiot: Subverted. Mr. Fitzgerald is scarily on the ball when it comes to parenting, and seems to be a very authoritative and strict person, despite his size - which, given what the Fitzgeralds are like under their shells, may not be indicative of his weight anyway.
* LargeAndInCharge: The biggest in the Fitzgerald household.
* OnlySaneMan: Has a justified grudge against the Wattersons, [[PapaWolf and Gumball in particular]], but is unusually quick to put it aside as events dictate. Was pretty much the only Elmore resident who was willing to work ''with'' the Wattersons in some way during the events of "The Finale" (by taking a fall in a "Dad Fight" between him and Richard, as things had
clearly gotten hates them as well out of hand with the crowd and all).
* OverprotectiveDad: He refuses to let Penny see Gumball after his family makes a bad impression in "The Knights", and flat-out refuses to even let
enjoys cutting flowers from her say anything about it. "The Shell" implies a lot of this is garden just because their whole family are secretive about what they're like under their shells, but this ends up backfiring she can.
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal
* HappilyMarried: See Mr. Robinson's entry above.
* HartmanHips: Her body shape is basically a tiny torso on top of large, egg-shaped hips.
* LookalikeLovers
* TheUnintelligible: She speaks only in unintelligible grunts
and making Penny feel ashamed after she leaves her shell. Since "The Shell," however, Patrick hasn't been as overprotective or as antagonistic to Gumball: grumbles. Her husband [[IntelligibleUnintelligible can understand her]] at least, albeit with some difficulty.
* YourCheatingHeart:
In "The Spoiler," he still feels Boss," while Mr. Robinson was in the need hospital, suffering from a stuffing deficiency, she ran off to eavesdrop over Gumball go on an island vacation and Penny's phone conversation, but he's notably less hostile towards Gumball than he was before and actually feels bad about revealing a major plot point in ''The Screamening''.
* PapaWolf: To Penny. The fact that
nearly married one of the sailors she likes [[IdiotHero Gumball]] doesn't help. However, as of "The Shell" (when Gumball called him out on hurting Penny's feelings when she was freaking out over her new form, then consoled him and told him that "parenting is hard" and went through hell to get Penny back to her default form and back to her father), Patrick has loosened up a bit.
* UglyGuyHotWife: His wife isn't fat like he is, though he seems to be in much better shape than Richard.
* UnnamedParent: His given name (Patrick) wasn't stated until "The Shell". The same episode played with it by Gumball repeatedly calling him some variation of "Robert", when the audience would have no idea that he was wrong.
met there.



[[folder:The Chimera]]
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A large, strange creature made of many different parts (mostly Lego bricks, a Barbie doll leg, a plastic shark's head, and a leg from an action figure of The Thing from The Fantastic Four). He pretended to be an imaginary friend created by Anais, Darwin, and Gumball but was actually a creation of a lonely toymaker who outlived him.
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[[folder:The Chimera]]
[[folder:Sal Left Thumb]]
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-->Voiced by Kerry Shale

A large, strange creature made of many different parts (mostly Lego bricks, a Barbie doll leg, a plastic shark's head, [[AnimateInanimateObject giant thumb print]] and resident career criminal. Though not seen often in the series, his face is shown on a leg from an action figure lot of The Thing from The Fantastic Four). He pretended to be an imaginary friend created by Anais, Darwin, wanted posters posted on walls, fences, and Gumball but was actually in stores (with a creation cash reward of a lonely toymaker who outlived him.
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$25 if caught).
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* {{Adorkable}}: His social skills are rather poor because he'd previously never talked with anyone but his creator. Gumball even tells Anais that [[LonelyTogether she finally found someone as socially awkward as her]], [[HellYesMoment to her delight]].
* BizarreTasteInFood: He eats hair.
* DetachmentCombat[=/=]PullingThemselvesTogether: Although he doesn't use them to fight, The Friend can remotely control his detachable pieces and reassemble himself at will. He shows this off by [[LosingYourHead taking his head off]] then comes together again after being blown to pieces.
* DoesNotKnowHisOwnStrength: He barely nudges a pinata and it's sent flying into the sky.
* {{Living Toy|}}: An old toymaker made him because he was lonely.
* MisunderstoodLonerWithAHeartOfGold: After his creator died, he started wandering around at random and his appearance made people scared of him even though he's actually quite nice.
* MixAndMatchCritters: And a [[OurMonstersAreWeird rather bizarre one]] even by Elmore standards: his body is a collection of LEGO-like blocks, his left arm is robot-like and has a buzzsaw, the right arm is like a giant action figure's arm, his right leg is like a mannequin's, his left like [[Comicbook/FantasticFour Ben Grimm's]], and he has a shark's head with long hair.
* NotSoImaginaryFriend: He shows up right after Anais, Darwin, and Gumball try to make up an imaginary friend together, and pretends to be the friend they made up.
* NoNameGiven: He never uses any name, isn't ask for one, and might not have one.
* OddFriendship: He forms one with Anais.

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* {{Adorkable}}: His social skills are rather poor because he'd previously AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Only wears a mask.
* AmericanAccents: Has a thick Bronx-accent.
* AstonishinglyAppropriateAppearance: He's a criminal and a walking piece of forensic evidence.
* BlatantBurglar: He's always shown wearing a DominoMask, except a flashback that showed him as a kid.
* ImprobableWeaponUser: He uses a ''[[FunnySpoon spoon]]'' to rob people. He
never talked with anyone actually uses it for anything but his creator. Gumball even tells Anais that [[LonelyTogether she finally found someone as socially awkward as her]], [[HellYesMoment to her delight]].
* BizarreTasteInFood: He eats hair.
* DetachmentCombat[=/=]PullingThemselvesTogether: Although he doesn't use them to fight, The Friend can remotely control his detachable pieces and reassemble himself at will. He shows this off by [[LosingYourHead taking his head off]] then comes together again after being blown to pieces.
* DoesNotKnowHisOwnStrength: He barely nudges a pinata and
threatening people; it's sent flying into basically a [[ExaggeratedTrope very over-the-top]] form of FamilyFriendlyFirearms.
* SphereEyes
* VerbalTic: Says 'suckers' a lot, which is what eventually gets him in trouble at
the sky.
* {{Living Toy|}}: An old toymaker made him because he was lonely.
* MisunderstoodLonerWithAHeartOfGold: After his creator died, he started wandering around at random and his appearance made people scared
end of him even though he's actually quite nice.
* MixAndMatchCritters: And a [[OurMonstersAreWeird rather bizarre one]] even by Elmore standards: his body is a collection of LEGO-like blocks, his left arm is robot-like and has a buzzsaw, the right arm is like a giant action figure's arm, his right leg is like a mannequin's, his left like [[Comicbook/FantasticFour Ben Grimm's]], and he has a shark's head with long hair.
* NotSoImaginaryFriend: He shows up right after Anais, Darwin, and Gumball try to make up an imaginary friend together, and pretends to be the friend they made up.
* NoNameGiven: He never uses any name, isn't ask for one, and might not have one.
* OddFriendship: He forms one with Anais.
"The Spoon".



[[folder:Granny Jojo]]
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-->Voiced by Sandra Searles Dickinson

Richard's mother, another [[AmazingTechnicolorPopulation pink]] [[FunnyAnimal rabbit.]]

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[[folder:Granny Jojo]]
[[folder:Senior Citizens]]
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-->Voiced by Sandra Searles Dickinson

Richard's mother, another [[AmazingTechnicolorPopulation pink]]
Dan Russell (Marvin), Maria Teresa Creasey (Betty, Season 3), Gillian Hanna (Betty, Season 4 on), Shane Rimmer (Louie)

A group of old people usually seen sitting together on a lawn. They include
[[FunnyAnimal rabbit.]]a mouse]] named Louie, [[CartoonCreature a red jelly bean-looking blob]] named Marvin Finklehimer, a lady who appears to be [[AnimateInanimateObject a segment of a green chalkboard]] named Betty, and a man [[CartoonCreature that looks like a collection of plaid patterns]].



* CharacterizationMarchesOn: Rather than being overly protective, in the first season she seemed extremely ''apathetic'', not wanting to do anything in "The Kiss" but watch TV all day and uncaringly telling Richard that magic wasn't real in a flashback in "The Wand". Compare with episodes like "The Authority" and "The Man," where it's established that she was an overprotective parent to Richard and lied to him about why his father wasn't around.
* DecemberDecemberRomance: With Louie (the MickeyMouse {{Expy}}); [[ParentWithNewParamour when Richard finds out]], he freaks.
* GrossUpCloseUp: We constantly get this of her putting on her lipstick in "The Kiss".
* FreudianExcuse: "The Man" implies that [[spoiler:Richard's father leaving him and his mother 42 years ago when he was very young]] is part of why she's so overprotective.
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: Like her granddaughter, but unlike her son, she wears shoes.
* MiniatureSeniorCitizen: In the first season she was noticeably shorter than Richard or Nicole. [[ArtEvolution Her second season design]] is barely taller than Anais.
-->'''Granny Jojo:''' (inside, talking about the kids outside) See, this is exactly the kind of thing I was worried about. \\
'''Nicole:''' How would you know? You're not even tall enough to look out the window!
* MyBelovedSmother: She thinks a mother has to protect her family from everything [[ScareEmStraight by making them scared of everything.]] Richard's such a FatIdiot because she had him sit around eating all day, never learning how to do anything himself.
* TheNicknamer: Calls Gumball "the blue one" Darwin "walking fish" and "fish kid".
* ObnoxiousInLaws: Both Nicole and Richard prefer to be as far away as possible whenever she visits. She has an extremely low opinion of Nicole as a mother that she vocalizes regularly, yet also leans on her for ridiculous demands, making her waste one of her only four days off to be her chauffeur.
* VagueAge: In "The Man" she states herself to be 63 years old, yet she already looked old when Richard was a kid, and he's now thought to be between 40 and 50 years of age.
* ScrewPolitenessImASenior: She's very blunt, [[HeyYou doesn't bother to remember her grandkids names]], and she made Anais carry a suitcase that's clearly too heavy for her.

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* CharacterizationMarchesOn: Rather than being overly protective, in the first season she seemed extremely ''apathetic'', not wanting to do anything AscendedExtra: Marvin and Louie end up getting major roles in "The Kiss" but watch TV all day and uncaringly telling Richard that magic wasn't real in a flashback in "The Wand". Compare with episodes like "The Authority" Watch" and "The Man," where it's established that she was an overprotective parent Man", respectively.
* CoolOldGuy: Louie shows himself
to Richard be a very friendly and lied amiable person, despite Richard's refusal to let him about why date his father wasn't around.
mother. He can also dance (sort of).
* DecemberDecemberRomance: With Louie (the MickeyMouse {{Expy}}); [[ParentWithNewParamour when Richard finds out]], he freaks.
is dating Granny Jojo.
* GrossUpCloseUp: We constantly get this of her putting on her lipstick in "The Kiss".
* FreudianExcuse: "The Man" implies that [[spoiler:Richard's father leaving him and
FeudingFamilies: Marvin hated the Wattersons because they'd been feuding with his mother 42 years ago when he was very young]] is part of why she's so overprotective.
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: Like her granddaughter, but unlike her son, she wears shoes.
* MiniatureSeniorCitizen: In
family for generations over the first season she was noticeably shorter than Richard or Nicole. [[ArtEvolution Her second season design]] is barely taller than Anais.
-->'''Granny Jojo:''' (inside, talking
possession of an old watch. They stop once both sides realize no one actually cares about the kids outside) See, this is exactly thing, but the kind of thing I was worried about. \\
'''Nicole:''' How would you know? You're not even tall enough to look
feud briefly resumed once they find out it's worth a lot of money--then ends again when the window!
watch is destroyed.
* MyBelovedSmother: She thinks RatedMForManly: Louie went against Richard in a mother "man off" and won every single event.
* ScatterbrainedSenior: When Louie is off his meds, he mistakes a trash can for a young man trying to compete with him in a dance contest.
* ViolentGlaswegian: The plaid man
has a Scottish accent and agrees to protect her family from everything [[ScareEmStraight by making them scared of everything.]] Richard's such a FatIdiot because she had him sit around eating all day, never learning how to do anything himself.
* TheNicknamer: Calls
let Gumball "the blue one" Darwin "walking fish" and "fish kid".
* ObnoxiousInLaws: Both Nicole and Richard prefer to be as far away as possible whenever she visits. She has an extremely low opinion
have his scooter if he can beat him in a fight, though [[SubvertedTrope he immediately gives up]] once he realizes he can't even get out of Nicole as a mother that she vocalizes regularly, yet also leans on her for ridiculous demands, making her waste one of her only four days off to be her chauffeur.
* VagueAge: In "The Man" she states herself to be 63 years old, yet she already looked old when Richard was a kid, and he's now thought to be between 40 and 50 years of age.
* ScrewPolitenessImASenior: She's very blunt, [[HeyYou doesn't bother to remember her grandkids names]], and she made Anais carry a suitcase that's clearly too heavy for her.
his chair.



[[folder:Mrs. Jötunheim]]
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-->Voiced by Sandra Searles Dickinson

Hector's mother, a grumpy witch who has to keep her son calm to keep him from destroying Elmore.

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[[folder:Mrs. Jötunheim]]
[[folder:Sheriff]]
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-->Voiced by Sandra Searles Dickinson

Hector's mother, a grumpy witch who has to keep her son calm to keep him from destroying
Lewis [=MacLeod=] (Season 1), Dan Russell (Season 2 on)

The [[AnthropomorphicFood donut]] police officer most often seen around
Elmore.



* AbsurdlyYouthfulMother: {{Inverted|Trope}}; she looks far too old to have a middle school-aged son. Possibly whatever species she is [[YoungerThanTheyLook looks like that regardless of age]], or giants like Hector grow more slowly than "regular" people.
* BlueCollarWarlock: She is a rather comical mixture of a traditional witch (she lives in a cave, uses a MagicCauldron, knows about magic spells, and flies on a broom) and an everyday person (she goes into town like everyone else, she works as a custodian, and she has a son in middle school).
* {{Expy}}: Her character design is heavily based on [[Film/SpiritedAway Yubaba]].
* InterspeciesRomance: Her husband is stated to be a giant even bigger than Hector, implying she's a member of some WitchSpecies, rather than a giant that shrank with old age. [[HotSkittyOnWailordAction And she's not even as big as a human.]]
* GoodIsNotNice: Mrs. Jötunheim is fairly unpleasant to talk to, but is the main thing keeping Hector from destroying the town and helps Gumball from the Snatcher in "The Mirror" without asking for anything in return.
* MiniatureSeniorCitizen: Even Gumball towers over her.
* MyBelovedSmother: She's extremely controlling of everything Hector sees and does, even vetoing his online friend invitations and heavily censoring his comics. [[PlayingWithATrope However,]] this isn't to protect Hector, it's to keep him calm, protecting everyone else ''from'' him.
* WickedWitch: She turns out to really be a witch, as Gumball had guessed, and has a lot of the visual traits, including discolored warty skin, [[SinisterSchnoz a big nose]], and a {{witch broom}}, [[SubvertedTrope but isn't really evil.]]
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Laurence "Larry" Needlemeyer]]
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-->Voiced by Kerry Shale

A skinny man [[RockMonster made of rock]] who works many different jobs throughout Elmore.
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* BarrierMaiden: He holds so many jobs that his continued employment is required to keep Elmore's economy (and society as a whole) from spontaneously collapsing.
* CartoonCreature: [[https://twitter.com/#!/benbocquelet/status/171333727501295616 He's suppose to be]] a [[RockMonster rock-man]], but his design makes this slightly hard to tell.
* ChewToy: He can hardly make an appearance where something terrible doesn't happen to him -- usually at the hands of the Watterson family.
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: Wears a shirt plus LongPants.
* FunnySchizophrenia: In "The Game", he takes a pizza being ordered to his own address from a PrankCall, then argues with ''himself'' over who pays for it, ultimately throwing the pizza in his own face.
-->'''Larry:''' I think all these jobs are messing with my head.
* HumiliationConga: Goes through one at the hands of Gumball and Darwin in "The Laziest", as they get him fired while causing his car to be destroyed and girlfriend to dump him. [[UnexplainedRecovery He's back to normal by his next appearance.]]
* NewJobAsThePlotDemands: Runs pretty much every shop in town and does a lot of other jobs as well that isn't already covered by other characters. {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d in the "The Finale" where it is explained that because of the Wattersons' constant antics, he has to take on more than one job in order to pay for all the damage they caused for him. In "The Pizza", it turns out he's the ''only'' one in town doing many of these things (including pest control worker[[note]]even though "The Shell" showed that a cockroach, ironically, is the town's pest control worker...unless he got fired for shooting Nicole with a tranquilizer dart while trying to subdue Penny during her shapeshifting freak-out and Larry took over[[/note]], police station accountant, and roadside repairman), and if he goes, the town's economy falls.
* ThatManIsDead: He used to be "Lazy Larry", the laziest person in Elmore, but after he lost that title to Richard he's been trying to get his life together and doesn't like being called "Lazy Larry" anymore.

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* BarrierMaiden: He holds so many jobs BadassDriver: [[ExaggeratedTrope Taken to a ridiculous extent]] at the end of "The Law", where he drove a truck off the road using a ''stroller'' instead of one of the bikes conveniently located next to it.
* CarnivoreConfusion: His [[TrademarkFavoriteFood favorite food]] is doughnuts.
* {{Cephalothorax}}
* DonutMessWithACop: He's a cop ''and'' a living doughnut, as well as the page image.
* DrivesLikeCrazy: When he was trying to show
that his continued employment is required to keep Elmore's economy (and society as he could be "cool", he goes on a whole) driving spree where snaking through mailboxes was the least crazy thing he did ("Darn, missed all of them!").
* EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep[=/=]NoNameGiven: He's never addressed by name and only even addressed by rank in "The Car".
* {{Expy}}: He has a lot in common with Chief Wiggum
from spontaneously collapsing.
* CartoonCreature:
''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', though Doughnut Sheriff is slightly more competent than Chief Wiggum is. They're both even voiced with an Edward G. Robinson impression, and [[https://twitter.com/#!/benbocquelet/status/171333727501295616 He's suppose to be]] a [[RockMonster rock-man]], but his design makes this slightly hard to tell.
* ChewToy: He can hardly make an appearance where something terrible doesn't happen to him -- usually at
com/benbocquelet/status/618494419508043777 Wiggum is specifically cited as inspiration for the hands of the Watterson family.
voice]].
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: Wears Like ''Spongebob Squarepants'', being a full dressed {{Cephalothorax}} results in him having [[DetachedSleeves sleeves for a shirt plus LongPants.
* FunnySchizophrenia: In "The Game", he takes a pizza being ordered to
that isn't on his own address from a PrankCall, then argues with ''himself'' over who pays for it, ultimately throwing the pizza in his own face.
-->'''Larry:''' I think all these jobs are messing with my head.
* HumiliationConga: Goes through one at the hands of Gumball and Darwin in "The Laziest", as they get him fired while causing his car to be destroyed and girlfriend to dump him. [[UnexplainedRecovery He's back to normal by his next appearance.
body.]]
* NewJobAsThePlotDemands: Runs pretty much every shop in town PoliceAreUseless: Zigzagged. There are times where he is competent and does a lot of other jobs as well his job, but for every time that isn't already covered by other characters. {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d happens, there are at least three or four times he does something reckless that, in the "The Finale" where it is explained that because of real world, would have gotten him thrown off the Wattersons' constant antics, he has to take on more than one job in order to pay for all the damage they caused for him. In "The Pizza", it turns out he's the ''only'' one in town doing many of these things (including pest control worker[[note]]even though "The Shell" showed that a cockroach, ironically, is the town's pest control worker...unless he got fired for shooting Nicole with a tranquilizer dart while trying to subdue Penny during her shapeshifting freak-out and Larry took over[[/note]], police station accountant, and roadside repairman), and if he goes, the town's economy falls.
* ThatManIsDead: He used to be "Lazy Larry", the laziest person in Elmore, but after he lost that title to Richard he's been trying to get his life together and doesn't like being called "Lazy Larry" anymore.
force years ago.



[[folder:Richwood High Tennis Team]]
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-->Voiced by Hugo Harold-Harrison (Carlton), Fergus Craig (Troy), Steve Furst (Mr. Kreese)

A trio of [[StylisticSuck poorly-animated]] (looking similar to how humans are animated in most 1980s cartoons, like ''GIJoeARealAmericanHero'' or anything by {{Filmation}}) humans: two high-school tennis players named Carlton and Troy and their coach, Mr. Kreese. They're the only humans to appear on the show in person (not counting Santa Claus, who may be a sort of elf/fairy).

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[[folder:Richwood High Tennis Team]]
[[folder:Video Game Store Manager]]
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-->Voiced by Hugo Harold-Harrison (Carlton), Fergus Craig (Troy), Steve Furst (Mr. Kreese)

A trio
Dan Russell

The diminutive [[CartoonCreature plush toy-like]] manager
of [[StylisticSuck poorly-animated]] (looking similar to how humans are animated in most 1980s cartoons, like ''GIJoeARealAmericanHero'' or anything by {{Filmation}}) humans: two high-school tennis players named Carlton and Troy and their coach, Mr. Kreese. They're the only humans to appear on the show in person (not counting Santa Claus, who may be a sort of elf/fairy).Ripley 2000 video store.



* AmbiguouslyBrown: Troy has a somewhat dark skin tone, but it might just be a tan.
* BunnyEarsLawyer: In spite of their delusional behavior, Carlton and Troy are actually extremely skilled at playing tennis. The one time Gumball actually tried to return one of their serves, the spin alone was enough to tear the racket out of his hand.
* DefeatMeansFriendship: Ironically it's after ''they'' win that Darwin and Gumball get their respect. They're impressed that Gumball managed to keep playing after a minor injury, despite neither one trying to win before or after it.
* TheDividual: Carlton and Troy are, for most purposes, the same person.
* {{Expy}}: Carlton/Troy and Mr. Kreese blatantly parody the arrogant but honorable student/ruthless coach dynamic of Johnny and John Kreese in ''Film/TheKarateKid''. Although unlike John Kreese, Mr. Kreese has a HeelFaceTurn.
* ImpossiblyTackyClothes: They wear extremely stereotypical [[OutdatedOutfit 1980s clothing]], including tennis shoes and high-socks with rainbow highlights, long wavy hair, rectangular shades, and brightly color sweaters worn as both clothing and accessories for the shoulder and waist at the same time.
* ManChild: Mr. Kreese engages in UnsportsmanlikeGloating with all the grace, eloquence, and enthusiasm of a five-year old.
* NonStandardCharacterDesign: Their designs look like they're from a 70s or 80s cartoon made by Creator/{{Filmation}} or Creator/{{Sunbow|Entertainment}}. Even with the show's extremely diverse art style they're all ''very'' out of place.
* OpposingSportsTeam: Relentlessly parodied: all three continuously insist that they're "more hardcore" than Darwin and Gumball, despite facing no disagreement, and [[TheThingThatWouldNotLeave won't stop bothering them]] until the two accept their challenge to prove it.
* {{Retraux}}: Their 80s-ness extends not just to their clothes and character design, but also their ''animation'': their movement are all very choppy, they make flamboyant mannerisms reminiscent of ''Anime/SpeedRacer'', [[http://theamazingworldofgumball.wikia.com/wiki/File:Sweatershardcore.png closeups]] show them with non-uniform outlines and bleeding colors to make them look like they're cel-animated, and there are some [[StylisticSuck deliberate art errors]] like Carlton suddenly having freckles for just one scene.
* RichBastard: Carlton threatens to have his rich dad [[SavingTheOrphanage bulldoze Elmore Junior High to make a golf course]] if Gumball and Darwin don't have a tennis match with them.
* TokenHuman: They are the only human character seen in-person. However, Carlton, Troy, Mr. Kreese, and the background characters of Richwood High are animated rather than live-action like the humans shown on television, so they [[AmbiguouslyHuman might not be quite the same thing]].
* WrongGenreSavvy: All of them act like they're in a cheesy 80s sports movie when they're really in an episode of a cartoon parodying those movies. Unfortunately, their presence seems [[InfectiousInsanity to cause almost everyone else to act the same.]]

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* AmbiguouslyBrown: Troy has a somewhat dark skin tone, but it might just be a tan.
* BunnyEarsLawyer: In spite
AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal[=/=]FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: Either he's wearing some kind of their delusional behavior, Carlton and Troy are actually extremely skilled at playing tennis. The one time Gumball actually tried to return one of their serves, the spin alone was enough to tear the racket out coveralls (with teddy bear ears) or that's part of his hand.
* DefeatMeansFriendship: Ironically it's after ''they'' win that Darwin
body and Gumball get their respect. They're impressed that Gumball managed to keep playing after a minor injury, despite neither one trying to win before or after it.
* TheDividual: Carlton and Troy are, for most purposes,
the same person.
* {{Expy}}: Carlton/Troy and Mr. Kreese blatantly parody the arrogant but honorable student/ruthless coach dynamic
only article of Johnny and John Kreese in ''Film/TheKarateKid''. Although unlike John Kreese, Mr. Kreese has a HeelFaceTurn.
* ImpossiblyTackyClothes: They wear extremely stereotypical [[OutdatedOutfit 1980s clothing]], including tennis shoes and high-socks with rainbow highlights, long wavy hair, rectangular shades, and brightly color sweaters worn as both
clothing and accessories for the shoulder and waist at the same time.
is his tie.
* ManChild: Mr. Kreese engages in UnsportsmanlikeGloating with all the grace, eloquence, and enthusiasm of a five-year old.
* NonStandardCharacterDesign: Their designs look like they're from a 70s or 80s cartoon made by Creator/{{Filmation}} or Creator/{{Sunbow|Entertainment}}. Even with the show's extremely diverse art style they're all ''very'' out of place.
* OpposingSportsTeam: Relentlessly parodied: all three continuously insist that they're "more hardcore" than Darwin and Gumball, despite facing no disagreement, and [[TheThingThatWouldNotLeave won't stop bothering them]] until the two accept their challenge to prove it.
* {{Retraux}}: Their 80s-ness extends not
TheBusCameBack: He was originally just to their clothes and character design, but also their ''animation'': their movement are all very choppy, they make flamboyant mannerisms reminiscent of ''Anime/SpeedRacer'', [[http://theamazingworldofgumball.wikia.com/wiki/File:Sweatershardcore.png closeups]] show them with non-uniform outlines and bleeding colors to make them look like they're cel-animated, and there are some [[StylisticSuck deliberate art errors]] like Carlton a OneShotCharacter in "The Refund", then suddenly having freckles made a reappearance in "The Question" (on the part where Larry goes mad from the realization that his life is a grind) more than two seasons later.
* HonestJohnsDealership: He absolutely refuses to give refunds
for anything under any circumstances, and sold a paper shredder claiming it was a game console.
* {{Jerkass}}[=/=]MeanBoss: He makes Laurence admit it was ''his'' fault that there was traffic which caused him to be late (and probably make him say it like he means it). Then he hangs up on him.
* KillerRabbit: Subverted; despite what Needlemeyer insists, he's physically capable of nothing more than slight annoyance. The person he was attacking
just one scene.
* RichBastard: Carlton threatens
happened to have his rich dad [[SavingTheOrphanage bulldoze Elmore Junior High to make be a golf course]] if Gumball complete wuss.
* MoneyFetish: He makes ''[[WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants Mr. Krabs]]'' look generous.
* TheNapoleon: Short
and Darwin don't have a tennis match with them.
* TokenHuman: They are the only human character seen in-person. However, Carlton, Troy, Mr. Kreese, and the background characters of Richwood High are animated rather than live-action like the humans shown on television, so they [[AmbiguouslyHuman might not be quite the same thing]].
* WrongGenreSavvy: All of them act like they're in a cheesy 80s sports movie when they're really in an episode of a cartoon parodying those movies. Unfortunately, their presence seems [[InfectiousInsanity to cause almost everyone else to act the same.]]
incredibly aggressive.



[[folder:Gaylord Robinson]]
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-->Voiced by Rupert Degas (Season 1), Stefan Ashton Frank (Season 2 onward)

The Watterson's cranky neighbor who appears to be [[CartoonCreature a sort of Muppet creature]] or a [[LivingToys muppet come to life]]. In spite of his attitude, Gumball and Darwin adore him.

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[[folder:Gaylord Robinson]]
[[folder:Harold Wilson]]
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-->Voiced by Rupert Degas (Season 1), Stefan Ashton Frank (Season 2 onward)

The Watterson's cranky neighbor who appears to be
Kerry Shale

Tobias's father and Jackie's HenpeckedHusband, another
[[CartoonCreature a sort of Muppet creature]] or a [[LivingToys muppet come to life]]. In spite of his attitude, Gumball and Darwin adore him.many-colored stylized cloud]]



* BigOlUnibrow
* CrankyNeighbor[=/=]GrumpyOldMan: Mr. Robinson's smug sense of superiority toward the Wattersons is one of his only sources of enjoyment, and he's constantly trying to find something wrong with them, going so far as to camp in his trash can all day to find out if they were using it without his permission. He even sometimes drives his car around town, trying to make as many people miserable as possible.
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal
* HappilyMarried: He and his wife Margaret are "happily" married because they argue, ''a lot''.
* HiddenDepths: Despite his uptight personality, he has a love of dance, and gives a big musical performance in his first episode.
* HopelessWithTech[=/=]TechnologicallyBlindElders: He doesn't know how to program his alarm clock (he says this himself ''as he sees someone else is doing it'') and mistakes a video camera for a musical instrument.
* LookalikeLovers: Broadly; he and his wife are both CGI muppets with the same nose and color scheme, but their hair and body shapes are entirely different. Strangely, their son has his father's body shape, but neither the color or nose his parents share.
* MarionetteMotion: [[InvokedTrope Invoked]], given [[Creator/JimHenson what]] [[TheMuppetShow he's based]] [[{{Muppet}} off of]].

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* BigOlUnibrow
* CrankyNeighbor[=/=]GrumpyOldMan: Mr. Robinson's smug sense
AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Wears only a tie and the front of superiority toward a collar--he doesn't even wear shoes like his son does.
* {{Cephalothorax}}
* DirtyCoward: When Harold and his wife think they're in danger, he claims he can handle it, [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere but then just runs away, leaving her behind]].
* HenpeckedHusband: In "The Castle," he stays with
the Wattersons because Jackie won't let him be himself at home. Taken to extremes in "The Pizza," when Harold is one of his only sources of enjoyment, shown on a leash and he's constantly trying barking when Jackie emerges from the wrecked van, symbolizing how Harold is treated like a dog[[note]]or, if you want to find something wrong with them, going so far as to camp in his trash can all day to find out if they were using it without his permission. get vulgar, "is a bitch."[[/note]]
* NoSenseOfPersonalSpace:
He even sometimes drives his car around town, trying to make as many likes poking people miserable as possible.
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal
* HappilyMarried: He
for no reason, and even went to the Watterson house in "The Castle" so his wife Margaret are "happily" married because they argue, ''a lot''.
* HiddenDepths: Despite his uptight personality, he has a love of dance, and gives a big musical performance in his first episode.
* HopelessWithTech[=/=]TechnologicallyBlindElders: He doesn't know how to program his alarm clock (he says this himself ''as he sees someone else is doing it'') and mistakes a video camera for a musical instrument.
* LookalikeLovers: Broadly; he and his wife are both CGI muppets with the same nose and color scheme, but their hair and body shapes are entirely different. Strangely, their son has his father's body shape, but neither the color or nose his parents share.
* MarionetteMotion: [[InvokedTrope Invoked]], given [[Creator/JimHenson what]] [[TheMuppetShow he's based]] [[{{Muppet}} off of]].
wouldn't stop him.



[[folder:Margaret Robinson]]
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[[folder:Margaret Robinson]]
[[folder:Jackie Wilson]]
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Mr. Robinson's wife, another [[CartoonCreature muppet creature]], who speaks only in mumbles.

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Mr. Robinson's wife, another Tobias's mother, also a [[CartoonCreature muppet creature]], who speaks only in mumbles.rainbow cloud person]], albeit a [[BizarreSexualDimorphism very different looking one.]]



* CrankyNeighbor: She doesn't go out of her way to antagonize the Watterson as much, but clearly hates them as well and enjoys cutting flowers from her garden just because she can.
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal
* HappilyMarried: See Mr. Robinson's entry above.
* HartmanHips: Her body shape is basically a tiny torso on top of large, egg-shaped hips.
* LookalikeLovers
* TheUnintelligible: She speaks only in unintelligible grunts and grumbles. Her husband [[IntelligibleUnintelligible can understand her]] at least, albeit with some difficulty.
* YourCheatingHeart: In "The Boss," while Mr. Robinson was in the hospital, suffering from a stuffing deficiency, she ran off to go on an island vacation and nearly married one of the sailors she met there.

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* CrankyNeighbor: AmericanAccents: She doesn't go out has a very nasally Joisey accent, similar to [[WesternAnimation/SouthPark Sheila Brovlofski]].
* {{Jerkass}}: many
of her way to antagonize the Watterson scenes shows her as much, but clearly hates them as well an unpleasant and enjoys cutting flowers from her garden just because she can.
rude person.
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal
* HappilyMarried: See Mr. Robinson's entry above.
* HartmanHips: Her body shape is basically a tiny torso on top of large, egg-shaped hips.
* LookalikeLovers
* TheUnintelligible: She speaks only in unintelligible grunts and grumbles. Her husband [[IntelligibleUnintelligible can understand her]] at least, albeit with some difficulty.
* YourCheatingHeart:
LikeParentLikeChild: In "The Boss," while Mr. Robinson was in Mothers" she shows herself to be a lot like Tobias, even working with him to cheat at the hospital, suffering from a stuffing deficiency, she ran off to go on an island vacation and nearly married one of the sailors she met there.Mom-off.



[[folder:Sal Left Thumb]]
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-->Voiced by Kerry Shale

A [[AnimateInanimateObject giant thumb print]] and resident career criminal. Though not seen often in the series, his face is shown on a lot of wanted posters posted on walls, fences, and in stores (with a cash reward of $25 if caught).

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[[folder:Sal Left Thumb]]
[[folder:Rachel Wilson]]
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-->Voiced by Kerry Shale

A [[AnimateInanimateObject giant thumb print]] and resident career criminal. Though not seen often in the series, his face is shown on a lot of wanted posters posted on walls, fences, and in stores (with a cash reward of $25 if caught).
Jessica [=MacDonald=]

Tobias's older sister, another [[CartoonCreature many-colored cloud person]].



* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Only wears a mask.
* AmericanAccents: Has a thick Bronx-accent.
* AstonishinglyAppropriateAppearance: He's a criminal and a walking piece of forensic evidence.
* BlatantBurglar: He's always shown wearing a DominoMask, except a flashback that showed him as a kid.
* ImprobableWeaponUser: He uses a ''[[FunnySpoon spoon]]'' to rob people. He never actually uses it for anything but threatening people; it's basically a [[ExaggeratedTrope very over-the-top]] form of FamilyFriendlyFirearms.
* SphereEyes
* VerbalTic: Says 'suckers' a lot, which is what eventually gets him in trouble at the end of "The Spoon".

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* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Only wears ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: She hasn't appeared since season one (except in a mask.
picture), as Ben Bocquelet some other staff members really don't like her.
* AmericanAccents: Has a thick Bronx-accent.
* AstonishinglyAppropriateAppearance: He's a criminal
FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: [[HumanoidFemaleAnimal Unlike her brother and dad]], she and her mom wear clothing on their bodies.
* SingleWomanSeeksGoodMan: Rachel gave [[NiceGuy Darwin]]
a walking piece of forensic evidence.
* BlatantBurglar: He's always shown wearing a DominoMask, except a flashback that showed him as a kid.
* ImprobableWeaponUser: He uses a ''[[FunnySpoon spoon]]'' to rob people. He never actually uses it for anything but threatening people; it's basically a [[ExaggeratedTrope very over-the-top]] form of FamilyFriendlyFirearms.
* SphereEyes
* VerbalTic: Says 'suckers' a lot, which is what eventually gets him in trouble at
smooch after he helped clean up the end of "The Spoon".mess the party left before her parents came home.



[[folder:Senior Citizens]]
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-->Voiced by Dan Russell (Marvin), Maria Teresa Creasey (Betty, Season 3), Gillian Hanna (Betty, Season 4 on), Shane Rimmer (Louie)

A group of old people usually seen sitting together on a lawn. They include [[FunnyAnimal a mouse]] named Louie, [[CartoonCreature a red jelly bean-looking blob]] named Marvin Finklehimer, a lady who appears to be [[AnimateInanimateObject a segment of a green chalkboard]] named Betty, and a man [[CartoonCreature that looks like a collection of plaid patterns]].

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[[folder:Senior Citizens]]
!!Other

[[folder:Anton Clones]]
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-->Voiced by Dan Russell (Marvin), Maria Teresa Creasey (Betty, Season 3), Gillian Hanna (Betty, Season 4 on), Shane Rimmer (Louie)

A group
Stefan Ashton Frank (Ant-One)

Numerous clones
of old people usually seen sitting together on a lawn. They include [[FunnyAnimal a mouse]] Anton that Darwin and Gumball made in "The Recipe" using an everyday toaster. Among them, only the first two clones were named: the burnt first one, who named Louie, [[CartoonCreature a red jelly bean-looking blob]] himself "Ant-One", and the second, which Gumball and Darwin named Marvin Finklehimer, a lady who appears to be [[AnimateInanimateObject a segment of a green chalkboard]] named Betty, and a man [[CartoonCreature that looks like a collection of plaid patterns]]."Ant-Two".



* AscendedExtra: Marvin and Louie end up getting major roles in "The Watch" and "The Man", respectively.
* CoolOldGuy: Louie shows himself to be a very friendly and amiable person, despite Richard's refusal to let him date his mother. He can also dance (sort of).
* DecemberDecemberRomance: Louie is dating Granny Jojo.
* FeudingFamilies: Marvin hated the Wattersons because they'd been feuding with his family for generations over the possession of an old watch. They stop once both sides realize no one actually cares about the thing, but the feud briefly resumed once they find out it's worth a lot of money--then ends again when the watch is destroyed.
* RatedMForManly: Louie went against Richard in a "man off" and won every single event.
* ScatterbrainedSenior: When Louie is off his meds, he mistakes a trash can for a young man trying to compete with him in a dance contest.
* ViolentGlaswegian: The plaid man has a Scottish accent and agrees to let Gumball have his scooter if he can beat him in a fight, though [[SubvertedTrope he immediately gives up]] once he realizes he can't even get out of his chair.

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* AscendedExtra: Marvin EvilTwin: After surviving being burnt, Ant-One comes out of the garbage can to try and Louie end up replace the original Anton.
* ExpendableClone: Although Darwin and Gumball worry about
getting major roles in trouble for making them, almost all of them die, and nothing seems to come of it.
* LiteralGenie: They're so naive that they'll follow whatever orders they hear first as literally as possible, even taking "split up" to mean "tear yourself in half".
* NotEnoughToBury: [[spoiler:Ant-One falls into a pool and is [[FoldSpindleMutilation torn to pieces by the grate of the drain he's sucked into]].]]
* SoleSurvivor: [[spoiler:Ant-Two is the only clone left at the end of
"The Watch" and "The Man", respectively.
* CoolOldGuy: Louie shows himself to be a very friendly and amiable person, despite Richard's refusal to let him date his mother. He can
Recipe". The "real" Anton also dance (sort of).
* DecemberDecemberRomance: Louie is dating Granny Jojo.
* FeudingFamilies: Marvin hated
died, but he was just a different line of clones that would presumably be replaced again by his parents, raising the Wattersons question of exactly what happened to Ant-Two.]]
* TooDumbToLive: All but Ant-One have even fewer self-preservation instincts than the real Anton, even directly causing their own deaths just
because they'd been feuding with his family for generations over some random people told them to.
* VerbalTic: Ant-Two repeats
the possession last words of an old watch. They stop once both sides realize no one actually cares about the thing, but the feud briefly resumed once they find out it's worth a lot of money--then ends again when the watch is destroyed.
* RatedMForManly: Louie went against Richard in a "man off" and won every single event.
* ScatterbrainedSenior: When Louie is off his meds, he mistakes a trash can for a young man trying to compete with him in a dance contest.
* ViolentGlaswegian: The plaid man has a Scottish accent and agrees to let Gumball have his scooter if he can beat him in a fight, though [[SubvertedTrope he immediately gives up]] once he realizes he can't even get out of his chair.
something someone else said.
** [[SelfDemonstratingArticle Something someone else said!]]



[[folder:Sheriff]]
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-->Voiced by Lewis [=MacLeod=] (Season 1), Dan Russell (Season 2 on)

The [[AnthropomorphicFood donut]] police officer most often seen around Elmore.

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[[folder:Sheriff]]
[[folder:Mr. Cuddles]]
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-->Voiced by Lewis [=MacLeod=] (Season 1), Dan Russell (Season 2 on)

The [[AnthropomorphicFood donut]] police officer most often seen around Elmore.
org/pmwiki/pub/images/mrcuddles.png

Penny's pet tarantula who was thought to have died in "The Date". He seems to really, really hate Gumball.



* BadassDriver: [[ExaggeratedTrope Taken to a ridiculous extent]] at the end of "The Law", where he drove a truck off the road using a ''stroller'' instead of one of the bikes conveniently located next to it.
* CarnivoreConfusion: His [[TrademarkFavoriteFood favorite food]] is doughnuts.
* {{Cephalothorax}}
* DonutMessWithACop: He's a cop ''and'' a living doughnut, as well as the page image.
* DrivesLikeCrazy: When he was trying to show that he could be "cool", he goes on a driving spree where snaking through mailboxes was the least crazy thing he did ("Darn, missed all of them!").
* EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep[=/=]NoNameGiven: He's never addressed by name and only even addressed by rank in "The Car".
* {{Expy}}: He has a lot in common with Chief Wiggum from ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', though Doughnut Sheriff is slightly more competent than Chief Wiggum is. They're both even voiced with an Edward G. Robinson impression, and [[https://twitter.com/benbocquelet/status/618494419508043777 Wiggum is specifically cited as inspiration for the voice]].
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: Like ''Spongebob Squarepants'', being a full dressed {{Cephalothorax}} results in him having [[DetachedSleeves sleeves for a shirt that isn't on his body.]]
* PoliceAreUseless: Zigzagged. There are times where he is competent and does his job, but for every time that happens, there are at least three or four times he does something reckless that, in the real world, would have gotten him thrown off the force years ago.

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* BadassDriver: [[ExaggeratedTrope Taken to a ridiculous extent]] BusCrash: He wasn't with the Fitzgerald family when they were standing outside their burning house at the end of "The Law", where he drove a truck off Bros". [[FridgeHorror That implies]], probably accidentally, that Mr. Cuddles died in the road using a ''stroller'' instead of one of fire or was already dead for some other reason.
* FluffyTheTerrible: Despite
the bikes conveniently located next to it.
name, he's a tarantula, and a fairly aggressive one.
* CarnivoreConfusion: His [[TrademarkFavoriteFood favorite food]] is doughnuts.
* {{Cephalothorax}}
* DonutMessWithACop: He's a cop ''and'' a living doughnut, as well as the page image.
* DrivesLikeCrazy: When
TalkingAnimal: Like all animals in Elmore, he was trying to show showed that he could be "cool", he goes on a driving spree where snaking through mailboxes was the least crazy thing he did ("Darn, missed all of them!").
* EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep[=/=]NoNameGiven: He's never addressed by name and only even addressed by rank
talk in "The Car".
* {{Expy}}: He has a lot in common with Chief Wiggum from ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', though Doughnut Sheriff is slightly more competent than Chief Wiggum is. They're both even voiced with an Edward G. Robinson impression, and [[https://twitter.com/benbocquelet/status/618494419508043777 Wiggum is specifically cited as inspiration for the voice]].
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: Like ''Spongebob Squarepants'', being a full dressed {{Cephalothorax}} results in him having [[DetachedSleeves sleeves for a shirt that isn't on his body.]]
* PoliceAreUseless: Zigzagged. There are times where he is competent and does his job,
World", but for every time that happens, there are at least three or four times he does something reckless that, in the real world, would have gotten him thrown off the force years ago.doesn't do it normally.



[[folder:Video Game Store Manager]]
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-->Voiced by Dan Russell

The diminutive [[CartoonCreature plush toy-like]] manager of the Ripley 2000 video store.

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[[folder:Video Game Store Manager]]
[[folder:Kenneth]]
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-->Voiced by Dan Russell

The diminutive [[CartoonCreature plush toy-like]] manager of
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A strange creature accidentally created when Darwin and Gumball's "gross jar" is heated in a microwave. He eats basically anything and eventually any''one'', growing larger all
the Ripley 2000 video store.time.



* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal[=/=]FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: Either he's wearing some kind of coveralls (with teddy bear ears) or that's part of his body and the only article of clothing is his tie.
* TheBusCameBack: He was originally just a OneShotCharacter in "The Refund", then suddenly made a reappearance in "The Question" (on the part where Larry goes mad from the realization that his life is a grind) more than two seasons later.
* HonestJohnsDealership: He absolutely refuses to give refunds for anything under any circumstances, and sold a paper shredder claiming it was a game console.
* {{Jerkass}}[=/=]MeanBoss: He makes Laurence admit it was ''his'' fault that there was traffic which caused him to be late (and probably make him say it like he means it). Then he hangs up on him.
* KillerRabbit: Subverted; despite what Needlemeyer insists, he's physically capable of nothing more than slight annoyance. The person he was attacking just happened to be a complete wuss.
* MoneyFetish: He makes ''[[WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants Mr. Krabs]]'' look generous.
* TheNapoleon: Short and incredibly aggressive.

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* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal[=/=]FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: Either he's wearing some kind ILoveNuclearPower: Gumball claims Kenneth was created by "the atomic power of coveralls (with teddy bear ears) or that's part the microwave", though microwaves actually have nothing to do with nuclear radiation.
* ItCameFromTheFridge: Kenneth originated when a bunch
of his body gross stuff Gumball put in a jar was put in the microwave.
* MiracleGroMonster: It's voracious eating habits let it keep growing
and the only article of clothing growing until, after a few days at most, it goes from approximately football-sized to two stories tall.
* MonsterOfTheWeek: Kenneth
is his tie.
* TheBusCameBack: He was originally just a OneShotCharacter
not mentioned after "The Microwave" until he [[TheBusCameBack reappears]] in "The Refund", Finale" when Richard takes him out of storage.
* MuckMonster: Kenneth body looks like it's made of mud or sludge. Rather than being industrial waste, he's simply made of all the gross things Gumball could collect, including used tissues, bird poop, belly-button lint, and spoiled milk that was swallowed
then suddenly made a reappearance in regurgitated.
* SealedEvilInACan: In
"The Question" (on the part where Larry goes mad from the realization that his life is a grind) more than two seasons later.
* HonestJohnsDealership: He absolutely refuses to give refunds for anything under any circumstances, and sold a paper shredder claiming
Finale", it turns out Kenneth was a game console.
* {{Jerkass}}[=/=]MeanBoss: He makes Laurence admit it was ''his'' fault that there was traffic which caused
dealt with offscreen by reducing him to be late (and probably make his original size again, putting him say it like he means it). Then he hangs up on him.
* KillerRabbit: Subverted; despite what Needlemeyer insists, he's physically capable of nothing more than slight annoyance. The person he was attacking just happened to be a complete wuss.
* MoneyFetish: He makes ''[[WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants Mr. Krabs]]'' look generous.
* TheNapoleon: Short
in his original jar, and incredibly aggressive.freezing it. He's unsealed as part of the Watterson family's LastDance.
* UglyCute: In-universe, Gumball and Darwin [[AdmiringTheAbomination certainly think Kenneth, as their "son", is cute]], and Anais reluctantly describe it using these exact words. At least before he starts growing to tremendous proportions after ''eating people alive.''



[[folder:Harold Wilson]]
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-->Voiced by Kerry Shale

Tobias's father and Jackie's HenpeckedHusband, another [[CartoonCreature many-colored stylized cloud]]

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[[folder:Harold Wilson]]
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[[folder:The Solar System]]
-->Voiced by Kerry Shale

Tobias's father
Shale (sun)

In the universe of this show, it's not just things on Earth that are alive, but Earth itself
and Jackie's HenpeckedHusband, another [[CartoonCreature many-colored stylized cloud]]other celestial bodies.



* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Wears only a tie and the front of a collar--he doesn't even wear shoes like his son does.
* {{Cephalothorax}}
* DirtyCoward: When Harold and his wife think they're in danger, he claims he can handle it, [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere but then just runs away, leaving her behind]].
* HenpeckedHusband: In "The Castle," he stays with the Wattersons because Jackie won't let him be himself at home. Taken to extremes in "The Pizza," when Harold is shown on a leash and barking when Jackie emerges from the wrecked van, symbolizing how Harold is treated like a dog[[note]]or, if you want to get vulgar, "is a bitch."[[/note]]
* NoSenseOfPersonalSpace: He likes poking people for no reason, and even went to the Watterson house in "The Castle" so his wife wouldn't stop him.

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* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Wears only a tie UsefulNotes/BritishAccents: In "The Debt", the moon and Saturn have Estuary accents. All the planets and the front moon have generic American accents in every other scenes until "The Question", where ''every'' planet (but not the sun) has an Estuary accent.
* GeniusLoci: They're cable
of a collar--he doesn't thinking, speaking [[SpaceIsNoisy with each other and people on Earth]], and ''singing''.
* SmugSuper: They're bigger than you, will live longer than you, and flat out tell Gumball that his life and everyone else's are insignificant. What they ''don't'' get is that
even wear shoes like his son does.
* {{Cephalothorax}}
* DirtyCoward: When Harold
their existence is finite, and his wife think end up [[TooDumbToLive wasting the rest of their lives rubbing their superiority into the face of someone who can't hear them]].
* TimeAbyss: Since
they're in danger, he claims he planets, they've been "alive" for billions of years and will be for billions more.
* WeirdMoon: The moon has visible ''butt cheeks'', which it enjoys shoving into Earth's face, sometimes while singing.
* WeirdSun: The sun
can handle it, [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere but then just runs away, leaving her behind]].
* HenpeckedHusband:
swing around the horizon to complain about people making too much noise at night. In "The Castle," he stays with the Wattersons because Jackie won't let him be himself at home. Taken to extremes in "The Pizza," when Harold is shown on a leash and barking when Jackie emerges from the wrecked van, symbolizing how Harold is treated like a dog[[note]]or, if you want to get vulgar, "is a bitch."[[/note]]
* NoSenseOfPersonalSpace: He likes poking people for no reason, and
Dress" it was even went small and close enough for a balloon to the Watterson house in "The Castle" so his wife wouldn't stop him.float into it.



[[folder:Jackie Wilson]]
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/jackie_wilson.png
-->Voiced by Teresa Gallagher

Tobias's mother, also a [[CartoonCreature rainbow cloud person]], albeit a [[BizarreSexualDimorphism very different looking one.]]

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[[folder:Jackie Wilson]]
[[folder:Virus]]
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/jackie_wilson.org/pmwiki/pub/images/datvirus.png
-->Voiced by Teresa Gallagher

Tobias's mother, also
Kerry Shale

A [[TalkingAnimal sentient virus]] and leader of
a [[CartoonCreature rainbow cloud person]], albeit a [[BizarreSexualDimorphism very different looking one.]]new strain that mutated on Gumball's unwashed hand. Teri forced Gumball to wash that hand, killing all his soldiers and setting him off for revenge.



* AmericanAccents: She has a very nasally Joisey accent, similar to [[WesternAnimation/SouthPark Sheila Brovlofski]].
* {{Jerkass}}: many of her scenes shows her as an unpleasant and rude person.
* LikeParentLikeChild: In "The Mothers" she shows herself to be a lot like Tobias, even working with him to cheat at the Mom-off.

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* AmericanAccents: She AdaptiveAbility: It's constantly mutating, causing it to gain strange properties such as {{flight}} and infecting ''computers'' instead of people.
* AvengingTheVillain: The virus was the commander of a virus army and SoleSurvivor of Gumball washing his hands. He swears he'll avenge them by infecting and killing Gumball, his family, his friends, and everyone else until [[OmnicidalManiac "nothing is left alive on the surface of the Earth".]]
* EvilSoundsDeep: Played with; anytime it's in closeup, it's voice sounds very deep. Farther shots, however, show that its voice is extremely high-pitched from a subjective perspective because it's so small.
* ExtraEyes: It
has three eyes, though given it's a virus ''any'' of the eyes are "extras".
* GutturalGrowler: It speaks with
a very nasally Joisey accent, similar to [[WesternAnimation/SouthPark Sheila Brovlofski]].
guttural voice.
* {{Jerkass}}: many MonsterOfTheWeek: He's dead by the end of her scenes shows her as an unpleasant and rude person.
the episode he premiered in.
* LikeParentLikeChild: In "The Mothers" she shows herself to be a lot MultiArmedAndDangerous: It has eight tentacle-like protrusion that it uses like Tobias, two legs and six arms.
* NoNameGiven: As a virus, he probably doesn't
even working with him to cheat have a name.
* ProudWarriorRaceGuy: It speaks of infecting a body like waging a war and [[NobodyCallsMeChicken is extremely offended
at Gumball calling it a coward]].
* UndignifiedDeath: [[{{Pride}} For
the Mom-off.sake of proving its might]], it agrees to fight mano-a-mano against Gumball, [[TooDumbToLive who is millions of times his size]], and is immediately TrampledUnderfoot.



[[folder:Rachel Wilson]]
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/rachel14.png
-->Voiced by Jessica [=MacDonald=]

Tobias's older sister, another [[CartoonCreature many-colored cloud person]].

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[[folder:Rachel Wilson]]
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/rachel14.png
-->Voiced by Jessica [=MacDonald=]

Tobias's older sister, another [[CartoonCreature many-colored cloud person]].
[[folder:'''Spoiler Character''']]
!!Elmore/The World
Not only is every individual object in the Elmore alive and sentient, but Elmore in its totality seems to possess some sort of intelligence. Although it hasn't talked or shown a face like any of the others objects or the planets, "The Void" heavily implies the world itself was responsible for the void's creation and "mistakes" being sent into it.



* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: She hasn't appeared since season one (except in a picture), as Ben Bocquelet some other staff members really don't like her.
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: [[HumanoidFemaleAnimal Unlike her brother and dad]], she and her mom wear clothing on their bodies.
* SingleWomanSeeksGoodMan: Rachel gave [[NiceGuy Darwin]] a smooch after he helped clean up the mess the party left before her parents came home.

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* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: She hasn't appeared since season one (except in a picture), as Ben Bocquelet some other staff members really don't like her.
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: [[HumanoidFemaleAnimal Unlike her brother
GeniusLoci: Elmore is able to decide what things the world would be better without, then send them to the void. Mostly, it gets rid of dated fads and dad]], she and her mom wear clothing on inefficient technology, but people may go out as well.
* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: Its modus operandi is pretty much that of an author who doesn't mind [[RetCon changing
their bodies.
* SingleWomanSeeksGoodMan: Rachel gave [[NiceGuy Darwin]] a smooch after he helped clean up
world retroactively]] or doing terrible things to their characters for the mess sake of making the party left story more interesting.
* RealityWarper: The world can send things and people to another dimension, suppress most memories of them, and coverup evidence that they ever existed. Given the void's pattern flashed at the end of "The Kids", it might also be responsible for Gumball and Darwin's voice changing. It doesn't have absolute power, however, as Mr. Small, Darwin, and Gumball were able to remember anyway and break Molly out of the void
before her parents came home.they were all sealed in.
* TotalitarianUtilitarian: If it will make the world better, it will take people and make them spend the rest of their life in an infinite nothingness with nothing but other mistakes for company. Naturally, it also wants to keep this a secret, even if it means sealing people who it ''didn't'' think of as mistakes in that same void. Of course, since ''it'' is the world, utilitarianism and [[ItsAllAboutMe selfishness]] are one and the same.
* WalkingSpoiler: Simply knowing that the world has a will of its own is a major part of the twist of "The Void".



!!Other

[[folder:Anton Clones]]
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/anton_clones.png
-->Voiced by Stefan Ashton Frank (Ant-One)

Numerous clones of Anton that Darwin and Gumball made in "The Recipe" using an everyday toaster. Among them, only the first two clones were named: the burnt first one, who named himself "Ant-One", and the second, which Gumball and Darwin named "Ant-Two".

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!!Other

[[folder:Anton Clones]]
[[folder:'''Spoiler Character''']]
!!Zach
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/anton_clones.org/pmwiki/pub/images/zachwatterson.png
-->Voiced by Stefan Ashton Frank (Ant-One)

Numerous clones of Anton that Darwin and
Jacob Hopkins

An intolerable split personality
Gumball made develops upon finding out his real first name in "The Recipe" using an everyday toaster. Among them, only the first two clones were named: the burnt first one, who named himself "Ant-One", and the second, which Gumball and Darwin named "Ant-Two".Name".



* EvilTwin: After surviving being burnt, Ant-One comes out of the garbage can to try and replace the original Anton.
* ExpendableClone: Although Darwin and Gumball worry about getting in trouble for making them, almost all of them die, and nothing seems to come of it.
* LiteralGenie: They're so naive that they'll follow whatever orders they hear first as literally as possible, even taking "split up" to mean "tear yourself in half".
* NotEnoughToBury: [[spoiler:Ant-One falls into a pool and is [[FoldSpindleMutilation torn to pieces by the grate of the drain he's sucked into]].]]
* SoleSurvivor: [[spoiler:Ant-Two is the only clone left at the end of "The Recipe". The "real" Anton also died, but he was just a different line of clones that would presumably be replaced again by his parents, raising the question of exactly what happened to Ant-Two.]]
* TooDumbToLive: All but Ant-One have even fewer self-preservation instincts than the real Anton, even directly causing their own deaths just because some random people told them to.
* VerbalTic: Ant-Two repeats the last words of something someone else said.
** [[SelfDemonstratingArticle Something someone else said!]]

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* EvilTwin: After surviving being burnt, Ant-One comes out of the garbage can to try and replace the original Anton.
* ExpendableClone: Although Darwin and
AssholeVictim: Gumball worry about more or less kills Zach, albeit in self-defense and maybe by accident. Considering Zach was an independent consciousness, this might have significant moral implications... but he's such a jackass that no one gives it a second thought.
* CoolCat: Zach definitely ''tries'' to invoke the "confident" form of this trope, even wearing sunglasses, but everyone just thinks he's a tremendous douche. He even proudly declares that "There's a new cat in town!" shortly after appearing.
* CoolShades: He suddenly starts wearing neon-purple rimmed shades from nowhere, which [[SubvertedTrope really aren't very cool looking]], and work more like SinisterShades.
* CrazyPrepared: One genuine skill he demonstrates it planning all sorts of tricks to delay the other Wattersons, even putting a trap in his pocket for when they'd try to frisk him.
* EvilCounterpart: To Gumball. They both [[ItsAllAboutMe have huge egos]] [[ButtMonkey and usually fall flat on their face because they try to look cool]]. However, while Gumball [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold can show compassionate and empathy belatedly]], Zach is a straight up {{jerkass}}. Also, unlike Gumball, who recognizes his own failures, and lives with them, Zach refuses to acknowledge any of his shortcomings or losses, going so far as to alter the memories of his/Gumball's failures to turn them into victories.
* EvilSoundsDeep: When Zach is in control, Gumball speaks in a deeper voice. However, it's so obviously affected that instead of being intimidating it just makes Zach sound like more of a poser. In his last scene in Gumball's mind, however, his voice starts
getting in trouble for making them, pitched down and slightly distorted, being more of a genuine example of this trope.
* FascinatingEyebrow: He's raising one of this eyebrows
almost constantly, which leads Darwin to tell him he "spent the whole day with one eyebrow raised, behaving like a horrible jock".
* IdenticalTwinIDTag: You can tell when Zach is controlling Gumball's body because he pops the ([[RuleOfFunny non-existent]]) collar on Gumball's sweater.
* IRejectYourReality: He maintains he disillusions of greatness and popularity in the face of
all of them die, evidence and nothing seems words of others. He goes so far as to come [[SelfServingMemory consciously and completely alter his memory of it.
* LiteralGenie: They're
events]] so naive that they'll follow whatever orders they hear first as he'll look better in them.
-->'''Zach:''' Hey Carrie, I think we really nailed the song last night. Weíre totally gonna win the battle of the bands, man.\\
'''Carrie:''' Youíre not in a band. Iím not in a band. I bet you canít even give me the name of a band. \\
'''Zach:''' Psh, yeah, like... Germany.
* {{Jerkass}}: Zach is amazingly impolite, has an almost pathological [[ItsAllAboutMe disregard for and lack of awareness of other people]], and
literally as possible, even taking "split up" to mean "tear yourself in half".
won a contest for being obnoxious.
* NotEnoughToBury: [[spoiler:Ant-One falls into a pool and is [[FoldSpindleMutilation torn to pieces by the grate of the drain JerkJock: Zach ''thinks'' he's sucked into]].]]
a jock, despite not being on any sports teams, not being able to ride his skateboard well, and generally not being any more athletic than Gumball was before.
* SoleSurvivor: [[spoiler:Ant-Two is NoBodyLeftBehind: When Gumball finally beats Zach at something, bits of him start chipping off, showing a bright light in his silhouette as his torn to pieces. Although this of course wasn't really a "body" to start with.
* SmallNameBigEgo: For all
the only clone left at the end of "The Recipe". The "real" Anton also died, but he was just a different line of clones that misplaced confidence Gumball has expressed, Zach is ''[[ADarkerMe much worse]]'' in this regard than Gumball ever was. Gumball would presumably be replaced again by always acknowledges his parents, raising the question of exactly what happened shortcomings eventually; Zach does not and seems to Ant-Two.]]
believe his own hype with all his heart.
* TooDumbToLive: All SplitPersonality: Gumball initially seems to be acting obnoxious when he finds his real name, but Ant-One Zach becomes a separate entity before he even notices.
* SplitPersonalityTakeover: He attempts to do this by [[SelfServingMemory altering Gumball's memories]] until he's erased.
* SuperPoweredEvilSide: Played with. There isn't as much focus on Zach being evil as being a huge jerk, though he really ''is'' evil, as he planned to erase Gumball's original personality so he didn't
have even fewer self-preservation instincts to share. He's also not really that much better at most things than Gumball, he's just extremely confident and obnoxious. But when [[BattleInTheCenterOfTheMind mentally confronting]] his other, less-confident side, said confidence provides a tremendous advantage. But it's also his biggest weakness, as Gumball is mentally resilient enough take losing all the real Anton, even time, but the one time Zach is forced to face defeat ''it literally destroys him''.
* SmugSnake: His boundless pride
directly causing their own deaths just leads to Gumball beating him.
* ThirdPersonPerson: Zach always refers to himself in third person, likely to emphasize he's not Gumball, and it's definitely the "arrogant" form.
* TheUnapologetic: He accidentally ''bites part of a kids face off'' and shows no regrets for it,
because some random people told them to.
"Zach does what he wants".
-->''Zach doesn't apologize, he uses his charm.''
* VerbalTic: Ant-Two repeats UndignifiedDeath: Zach is destroyed in Gumball's mindscape, then Gumball immediately ''farts'', his body literally [[StealthPun clearly out the last words of something someone else said.
** [[SelfDemonstratingArticle Something someone else said!]]
hot air]].




[[folder:Mr. Cuddles]]
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/mrcuddles.png

Penny's pet tarantula who was thought to have died in "The Date". He seems to really, really hate Gumball.
----
[[hardline]]
* BusCrash: He wasn't with the Fitzgerald family when they were standing outside their burning house at the end of "The Bros". [[FridgeHorror That implies]], probably accidentally, that Mr. Cuddles died in the fire or was already dead for some other reason.
* FluffyTheTerrible: Despite the name, he's a tarantula, and a fairly aggressive one.
* TalkingAnimal: Like all animals in Elmore, he showed that he could talk in "The World", but doesn't do it normally.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Kenneth]]
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/kennethisback.png

A strange creature accidentally created when Darwin and Gumball's "gross jar" is heated in a microwave. He eats basically anything and eventually any''one'', growing larger all the time.
----
[[hardline]]
* ILoveNuclearPower: Gumball claims Kenneth was created by "the atomic power of the microwave", though microwaves actually have nothing to do with nuclear radiation.
* ItCameFromTheFridge: Kenneth originated when a bunch of gross stuff Gumball put in a jar was put in the microwave.
* MiracleGroMonster: It's voracious eating habits let it keep growing and growing until, after a few days at most, it goes from approximately football-sized to two stories tall.
* MonsterOfTheWeek: Kenneth is not mentioned after "The Microwave" until he [[TheBusCameBack reappears]] in "The Finale" when Richard takes him out of storage.
* MuckMonster: Kenneth body looks like it's made of mud or sludge. Rather than being industrial waste, he's simply made of all the gross things Gumball could collect, including used tissues, bird poop, belly-button lint, and spoiled milk that was swallowed then regurgitated.
* SealedEvilInACan: In "The Finale", it turns out Kenneth was dealt with offscreen by reducing him to his original size again, putting him in his original jar, and freezing it. He's unsealed as part of the Watterson family's LastDance.
* UglyCute: In-universe, Gumball and Darwin [[AdmiringTheAbomination certainly think Kenneth, as their "son", is cute]], and Anais reluctantly describe it using these exact words. At least before he starts growing to tremendous proportions after ''eating people alive.''
[[/folder]]

[[folder:The Solar System]]
-->Voiced by Kerry Shale (sun)

In the universe of this show, it's not just things on Earth that are alive, but Earth itself and other celestial bodies.
----
[[hardline]]
* UsefulNotes/BritishAccents: In "The Debt", the moon and Saturn have Estuary accents. All the planets and the moon have generic American accents in every other scenes until "The Question", where ''every'' planet (but not the sun) has an Estuary accent.
* GeniusLoci: They're cable of thinking, speaking [[SpaceIsNoisy with each other and people on Earth]], and ''singing''.
* SmugSuper: They're bigger than you, will live longer than you, and flat out tell Gumball that his life and everyone else's are insignificant. What they ''don't'' get is that even their existence is finite, and end up [[TooDumbToLive wasting the rest of their lives rubbing their superiority into the face of someone who can't hear them]].
* TimeAbyss: Since they're planets, they've been "alive" for billions of years and will be for billions more.
* WeirdMoon: The moon has visible ''butt cheeks'', which it enjoys shoving into Earth's face, sometimes while singing.
* WeirdSun: The sun can swing around the horizon to complain about people making too much noise at night. In "The Dress" it was even small and close enough for a balloon to float into it.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Virus]]
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/datvirus.png
-->Voiced by Kerry Shale

A [[TalkingAnimal sentient virus]] and leader of a new strain that mutated on Gumball's unwashed hand. Teri forced Gumball to wash that hand, killing all his soldiers and setting him off for revenge.
----
[[hardline]]
* AdaptiveAbility: It's constantly mutating, causing it to gain strange properties such as {{flight}} and infecting ''computers'' instead of people.
* AvengingTheVillain: The virus was the commander of a virus army and SoleSurvivor of Gumball washing his hands. He swears he'll avenge them by infecting and killing Gumball, his family, his friends, and everyone else until [[OmnicidalManiac "nothing is left alive on the surface of the Earth".]]
* EvilSoundsDeep: Played with; anytime it's in closeup, it's voice sounds very deep. Farther shots, however, show that its voice is extremely high-pitched from a subjective perspective because it's so small.
* ExtraEyes: It has three eyes, though given it's a virus ''any'' of the eyes are "extras".
* GutturalGrowler: It speaks with a very guttural voice.
* MonsterOfTheWeek: He's dead by the end of the episode he premiered in.
* MultiArmedAndDangerous: It has eight tentacle-like protrusion that it uses like two legs and six arms.
* NoNameGiven: As a virus, he probably doesn't even have a name.
* ProudWarriorRaceGuy: It speaks of infecting a body like waging a war and [[NobodyCallsMeChicken is extremely offended at Gumball calling it a coward]].
* UndignifiedDeath: [[{{Pride}} For the sake of proving its might]], it agrees to fight mano-a-mano against Gumball, [[TooDumbToLive who is millions of times his size]], and is immediately TrampledUnderfoot.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:'''Spoiler Character''']]
!!Elmore/The World
Not only is every individual object in the Elmore alive and sentient, but Elmore in its totality seems to possess some sort of intelligence. Although it hasn't talked or shown a face like any of the others objects or the planets, "The Void" heavily implies the world itself was responsible for the void's creation and "mistakes" being sent into it.
----
[[hardline]]
* GeniusLoci: Elmore is able to decide what things the world would be better without, then send them to the void. Mostly, it gets rid of dated fads and inefficient technology, but people may go out as well.
* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: Its modus operandi is pretty much that of an author who doesn't mind [[RetCon changing their world retroactively]] or doing terrible things to their characters for the sake of making the story more interesting.
* RealityWarper: The world can send things and people to another dimension, suppress most memories of them, and coverup evidence that they ever existed. Given the void's pattern flashed at the end of "The Kids", it might also be responsible for Gumball and Darwin's voice changing. It doesn't have absolute power, however, as Mr. Small, Darwin, and Gumball were able to remember anyway and break Molly out of the void before they were all sealed in.
* TotalitarianUtilitarian: If it will make the world better, it will take people and make them spend the rest of their life in an infinite nothingness with nothing but other mistakes for company. Naturally, it also wants to keep this a secret, even if it means sealing people who it ''didn't'' think of as mistakes in that same void. Of course, since ''it'' is the world, utilitarianism and [[ItsAllAboutMe selfishness]] are one and the same.
* WalkingSpoiler: Simply knowing that the world has a will of its own is a major part of the twist of "The Void".
[[/folder]]

[[folder:'''Spoiler Character''']]
!!Zach
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/zachwatterson.png
-->Voiced by Jacob Hopkins

An intolerable split personality Gumball develops upon finding out his real first name in "The Name".
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[[hardline]]
* AssholeVictim: Gumball more or less kills Zach, albeit in self-defense and maybe by accident. Considering Zach was an independent consciousness, this might have significant moral implications... but he's such a jackass that no one gives it a second thought.
* CoolCat: Zach definitely ''tries'' to invoke the "confident" form of this trope, even wearing sunglasses, but everyone just thinks he's a tremendous douche. He even proudly declares that "There's a new cat in town!" shortly after appearing.
* CoolShades: He suddenly starts wearing neon-purple rimmed shades from nowhere, which [[SubvertedTrope really aren't very cool looking]], and work more like SinisterShades.
* CrazyPrepared: One genuine skill he demonstrates it planning all sorts of tricks to delay the other Wattersons, even putting a trap in his pocket for when they'd try to frisk him.
* EvilCounterpart: To Gumball. They both [[ItsAllAboutMe have huge egos]] [[ButtMonkey and usually fall flat on their face because they try to look cool]]. However, while Gumball [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold can show compassionate and empathy belatedly]], Zach is a straight up {{jerkass}}. Also, unlike Gumball, who recognizes his own failures, and lives with them, Zach refuses to acknowledge any of his shortcomings or losses, going so far as to alter the memories of his/Gumball's failures to turn them into victories.
* EvilSoundsDeep: When Zach is in control, Gumball speaks in a deeper voice. However, it's so obviously affected that instead of being intimidating it just makes Zach sound like more of a poser. In his last scene in Gumball's mind, however, his voice starts getting pitched down and slightly distorted, being more of a genuine example of this trope.
* FascinatingEyebrow: He's raising one of this eyebrows almost constantly, which leads Darwin to tell him he "spent the whole day with one eyebrow raised, behaving like a horrible jock".
* IdenticalTwinIDTag: You can tell when Zach is controlling Gumball's body because he pops the ([[RuleOfFunny non-existent]]) collar on Gumball's sweater.
* IRejectYourReality: He maintains he disillusions of greatness and popularity in the face of all evidence and words of others. He goes so far as to [[SelfServingMemory consciously and completely alter his memory of events]] so he'll look better in them.
-->'''Zach:''' Hey Carrie, I think we really nailed the song last night. Weíre totally gonna win the battle of the bands, man.\\
'''Carrie:''' Youíre not in a band. Iím not in a band. I bet you canít even give me the name of a band. \\
'''Zach:''' Psh, yeah, like... Germany.
* {{Jerkass}}: Zach is amazingly impolite, has an almost pathological [[ItsAllAboutMe disregard for and lack of awareness of other people]], and literally won a contest for being obnoxious.
* JerkJock: Zach ''thinks'' he's a jock, despite not being on any sports teams, not being able to ride his skateboard well, and generally not being any more athletic than Gumball was before.
* NoBodyLeftBehind: When Gumball finally beats Zach at something, bits of him start chipping off, showing a bright light in his silhouette as his torn to pieces. Although this of course wasn't really a "body" to start with.
* SmallNameBigEgo: For all the misplaced confidence Gumball has expressed, Zach is ''[[ADarkerMe much worse]]'' in this regard than Gumball ever was. Gumball would always acknowledges his shortcomings eventually; Zach does not and seems to believe his own hype with all his heart.
* SplitPersonality: Gumball initially seems to be acting obnoxious when he finds his real name, but Zach becomes a separate entity before he even notices.
* SplitPersonalityTakeover: He attempts to do this by [[SelfServingMemory altering Gumball's memories]] until he's erased.
* SuperPoweredEvilSide: Played with. There isn't as much focus on Zach being evil as being a huge jerk, though he really ''is'' evil, as he planned to erase Gumball's original personality so he didn't have to share. He's also not really that much better at most things than Gumball, he's just extremely confident and obnoxious. But when [[BattleInTheCenterOfTheMind mentally confronting]] his other, less-confident side, said confidence provides a tremendous advantage. But it's also his biggest weakness, as Gumball is mentally resilient enough take losing all the time, but the one time Zach is forced to face defeat ''it literally destroys him''.
* SmugSnake: His boundless pride directly leads to Gumball beating him.
* ThirdPersonPerson: Zach always refers to himself in third person, likely to emphasize he's not Gumball, and it's definitely the "arrogant" form.
* TheUnapologetic: He accidentally ''bites part of a kids face off'' and shows no regrets for it, because "Zach does what he wants".
-->''Zach doesn't apologize, he uses his charm.''
* UndignifiedDeath: Zach is destroyed in Gumball's mindscape, then Gumball immediately ''farts'', his body literally [[StealthPun clearly out the hot air]].
[[/folder]]
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!!Students of Elmore Junior High

[[folder:Alan]]
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/alan_s2_2802.png
-->Voiced by Kerry Shale (season 1), Hugo Harold-Harrison (season 2 onward)

A [[AnimateInanimateObject balloon with a face drawn on it]] and a sickeningly nice person. He's [[InterspeciesRomance romantically interested]] in Carmen, which has rather obvious problems.

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!!Students of Elmore
!!Elmore
Junior High

[[folder:Alan]]
High Staff

[[folder:Principal Nigel Brown]]
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/alan_s2_2802.org/pmwiki/pub/images/drbrown_3995.png
-->Voiced by Kerry Shale (season Lewis [=MacLeod=] (Season 1), Hugo Harold-Harrison (season Steve Furst (Season 2 onward)

A [[AnimateInanimateObject balloon with a face drawn on it]] The school's principal (and band teacher in such episodes as "The Fridge" and "The Triangle") [[CartoonCreature who can be best described as a sickeningly nice person. He's [[InterspeciesRomance romantically interested]] in Carmen, which has rather obvious problems.furry slug.]] He and Miss Simian have a strong attraction to each other and barely bother to hide it.



* AllBalloonsHaveHelium: He can be re-inflated with a person's breath but still keep floating afterward.
* ApologizesALot: In "The Voice" he even apologizes for making someone feel they need to apologize, and continues to apologize until Gumball pops him to make him stop.
* BerserkButton: Gumball finally managed to find something that irritated Alan in "The Saint": the sound people make when they drag their feet on linoleum. [[spoiler:Actually, that was just a lie just so Gumball would feel better.]]
* {{Bishonen}}: His face looks a LOT different in photos than it does in real life. His ''[[BeautyMark mole]]'' is even beautiful.
--> '''Gumball:''' (Trying to blow Alan away) It's bad enough-[blow]-that you're a million times prettier than I am!-[blow]-I don't need you to rub it in my face-[blow]-on how mature and deep you are! [blow]
* BizarreAlienBiology: Gumball refers to him as a "biological mystery" when he couldn't tell Alan was crying, but Alan explains:
-->'''Alan:''' Air comes in the knot, air comes out the knot.\\
'''Gumball:''' Hmm, hmm... What about the spaghetti, though?\\
'''Alan:''' Spaghetti goes in, [[NoConservationOfEnergy turns into air]], comes back out.\\
'''Gumball:''' (beat) [[ToiletHumor So technically you weren't only crying just now.]]
* CharacterizationMarchesOn: In his few speaking appearances in the first season, he didn't seem particularly nice to anyone.
* FatalAttraction: Alan and Carmen are passionately in love with one another, but because Alan is a balloon and Carmen is a cactus, their relationship is impossible.
* FlyingFace: Alan is just a balloon with a face drawn on it. His lack of limbs is a frequent frustration of his.
* GoodCannotComprehendEvil: Gumball does a bunch of horrible things to Alan in "The Saint" (including framing him for cheating on Carmen and having his parents [[ItMakesSenseInContext tortured by a clown]]) all for the sake of trying to upset. Alan doesn't ''just'' [[TurnTheOtherCheek forgive him immediately]], he views them in such a ridiculously optimistic way as to believe Gumball never did anything bad.
* HeliumSpeech: Justified, as he's a [[AnimateInanimateObject balloon]].
* IncorruptiblePurePureness[=/=]ParodySue: Is ludicrously good and perfect - a PuritySue parody. Gumball spent an entire episode ("The Saint") trying to make him angry. [[spoiler:He completely failed.]]
* InterspeciesRomance: Alan (male balloon) is madly in love with Carmen (female cactus).
* NiceGuy: So nice, that it makes Gumball (and everyone else) ''sick''.
* NotSoAboveItAll: In "The Storm," after Gumball interrupts his speech to Masami for the third time in a row, he breaks his usual behavior to tell him '''''"Just shut-up, O.K.!!!"''''' Alan was also seen as one of the members of Mr. Small's apocalyptic tribe about to cannibalize The Wattersons in "The Pizza."
* RunningGag: He has no hands!
* SickeninglySweethearts: In "The Storm", he is sickeningly sweet with Carmen, much to their classmates' disgust.
* SkintoneSclerae: As his face is drawn on only in black, his eyes lack any coloration, fitting this trope as much as you can consider any of his body to be "skin".
* TertiarySexualCharacteristics: While he's a boy, [[InvertedTrope he has obvious eyelashes that makes him appear to be a girl]].
* TheyKilledKennyAgain: He's been popped on multiple occasions.
* TinyGuyHugeGirl: He's not even half Carmen's size.

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* AllBalloonsHaveHelium: AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Only wears glasses, though his fur is sometimes [[FurIsClothing treated as if it were an object of clothing]]. He can may also be re-inflated with a person's breath but still keep floating afterward.
* ApologizesALot: In "The Voice" he even apologizes for making someone feel they need to apologize, and continues to apologize until Gumball pops him to make him stop.
wearing high heels under his fur, which produce his loud clopping footsteps.
* BerserkButton: Apparently he does not take cheating on a math test well and will give whoever he catches cheating a spring break's worth of detention.
* CartoonCreature: Even ''Principal Brown himself'' doesn't know what species he is.
-->''"I tried to hibernate until spring, but it turns out that whatever I am doesn't do that."''
* DeanBitterman: Principal Brown can be rather petty, once giving
Gumball finally managed detention specifically because it might have messed up his face, although sometimes he's the ReasonableAuthorityFigure reacting to find something ridiculous Gumball or Darwin did.
* EyeGlasses: His eyebrows are clearly on top of his glasses. He once [[TheGlassesComeOff took off his glasses]] dramatic, showing he had ''another'' pair of glasses under
that irritated Alan while the glasses he took off still had irises and eyebrows on them.
* HumiliationConga: He's quite prone to these:
** In "The Mystery" he was slammed with a door [[spoiler:by Mrs. Simian]], leaving him dizzy and causing him to fall down the stairs, covering himself in toilet paper, then smashed into Penny's painting and falling into some burning chemicals, causing him to fall down MORE stairs and wrapping himself in more toilet paper, then finally landing inside Gumball's locker.
** In "The Meddler', Gumball crashes into him and he spills his hot coffee all over his face. He douses the coffee with a can of paint, burning his eyes; he washes off the paint with chlorine for the pool, burning off all his hair; and he finishes by neutralizing the chlorine with fertilizer, painfully growing his hair back. He is unscathed by the end of it, but he gives Gumball detention for potentially damaging his face.
** Happens
in "The Saint": the sound people make when they drag their feet Sock", though at a smaller scale. In this episode he has his head set on linoleum. [[spoiler:Actually, that was just fire, and later he throws himself out of a lie just so window to "rescue" Miss Simian.
** In "The Apology" Miss Simian repeatedly trashes his office in rage every time she fails to get
Gumball would feel better.and Darwin in trouble. So he glues everything down. [[FailureIsTheOnlyOption And it all gets stuck to him.]]
* {{Bishonen}}: His face looks MoralityPet: He is probably the ''sole'' being that Miss Simian shows a LOT different soft side to.
* OfficialCouple: With Miss Simian.
* PhonyDegree: "The Fraud" shows his degree
in photos than it does teaching is fake. He's worried about being exposed, but everyone who knows agrees to keep is secret so long as he actually focuses on his job.
* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: Usually he's not (in "The Burden," he stops caring about being a principal at exactly 4:00
in real life. His ''[[BeautyMark mole]]'' is even beautiful.
--> '''Gumball:''' (Trying to blow Alan away) It's bad enough-[blow]-that you're
the afternoon, especially if it's a million times prettier than I am!-[blow]-I don't need you to rub it in my face-[blow]-on how mature weekend and deep you are! [blow]
* BizarreAlienBiology:
he has plans with Miss Simian), but in "The Apology" he refuses to punish Gumball refers or Darwin unless he's given solid evidence and he threatens to him as a "biological mystery" when he couldn't tell Alan was crying, but Alan explains:
-->'''Alan:''' Air comes
fire Miss Simian if she keeps trying to frame them, in spite of his personal feelings for her. WordOfGod and the knot, air comes out the knot.\\
'''Gumball:''' Hmm, hmm... What about the spaghetti, though?\\
'''Alan:''' Spaghetti goes in, [[NoConservationOfEnergy turns into air]], comes back out.\\
'''Gumball:''' (beat) [[ToiletHumor So technically you weren't only crying just now.]]
* CharacterizationMarchesOn: In
episode "The Sock" reveal that his few speaking appearances in the first season, he didn't seem particularly nice to anyone.
* FatalAttraction: Alan and Carmen are passionately in love with one another, but because Alan is a balloon and Carmen is a cactus, their
relationship is impossible.
* FlyingFace: Alan is just a balloon
with a face drawn on it. His lack of limbs Miss Simian is a frequent frustration of his.
* GoodCannotComprehendEvil: Gumball does a bunch of horrible things to Alan in "The Saint" (including framing him for cheating on Carmen and having
cutting into his parents [[ItMakesSenseInContext tortured by a clown]]) all for the sake of trying professionalism.
* RedOniBlueOni: Blue Oni
to upset. Alan doesn't ''just'' [[TurnTheOtherCheek forgive him immediately]], he views them in such a ridiculously optimistic way as to believe Gumball never did anything bad.
Miss Simian's Red Oni.
* HeliumSpeech: Justified, as he's a [[AnimateInanimateObject balloon]].
* IncorruptiblePurePureness[=/=]ParodySue: Is ludicrously good and perfect - a PuritySue parody. Gumball spent an entire episode ("The Saint") trying to make him angry. [[spoiler:He completely failed.]]
* InterspeciesRomance: Alan (male balloon) is madly in love with Carmen (female cactus).
* NiceGuy: So nice, that it makes Gumball (and everyone else) ''sick''.
* NotSoAboveItAll:
TotallyRadical: In "The Storm," after Fraud", where he tries to keep Gumball interrupts his speech to Masami for the third time and Darwin silent from discovering that he had a fake diploma, one attempt was dressing up in a row, he breaks his usual behavior hip-hop outfit and speaking in 2010s terms such as piercings, hashtag, YOLO, selfies and swag. This went on until Mr. Small had to tell hit him '''''"Just shut-up, O.K.!!!"''''' Alan was also seen as one of the members of Mr. Small's apocalyptic tribe about to cannibalize The Wattersons in "The Pizza."
* RunningGag: He has no hands!
* SickeninglySweethearts: In "The Storm", he is sickeningly sweet
with Carmen, much to their classmates' disgust.
* SkintoneSclerae: As his face is drawn on only in black, his eyes lack any coloration, fitting this trope as much as you can consider any of his body
a cafeteria tray for being a Jerkass and attempting to be "skin".
* TertiarySexualCharacteristics: While he's a boy, [[InvertedTrope he has obvious eyelashes that makes him appear to be a girl]].
* TheyKilledKennyAgain: He's been popped on multiple occasions.
* TinyGuyHugeGirl: He's not even half Carmen's size.
cool.



[[folder:Anton]]
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-->Voiced by Anthony Hull

A [[AnthropomorphicFood piece of toast]] subject to endless and fatal misfortunes.

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-->Voiced by Anthony Hull

Dan Russell

A [[AnthropomorphicFood piece of toast]] subject to endless and fatal misfortunes.[[CartoonCreature red, cube-like person]] who takes over Miss Simian's/Mr. Small's duty as P.E. teacher in the third season, starting with the episode, "The Coach".



* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: He wears only shoes.
* AnimalsHateHim: Ducks and other birds don't hate him, but they do find him ''delicious''.
* BlackBeadEyes

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* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: He wears only shoes.
* AnimalsHateHim: Ducks
BaitAndSwitchTyrant: When introduced in "The Coach", she seems like a blowhard DrillSergeantNasty, not letting Darwin and other birds don't hate him, but they do find him ''delicious''.
* BlackBeadEyes
Gumball use their excuse note for gym, exhausting everyone in class, talking about ridiculous stories of her accomplishments, and seeming to [[TeachersPet overly favor Jamie]]. Halfway into the episode, she keeps Jamie from beating up Gumball and makes her apologizes, to everyone's completely shock. From that point, it becomes clearly she's just a regular gym coach, even if she's overbearing and somewhat dense.



* TheChewToy: Dies frequently, sometimes by literally being chewed on.
* TheDitz: He was one of the contestants in the dumb race and thought a mirror could talk. It's possible some or all of Anton's memories don't pass on to the next clone when he dies, and thus he can't learn anything because he's always dying--or him already being that stupid is why no one notices him forgetting so much.
* GangOfBullies: The website described him as a member of Tina and Jamie's gang, whether he wanted to be or not, but this was almost never shown in the actual show.
* MadeOfPlasticine: One of the reasons he dies so easily. He is just as tough as you would expect a piece of toast to be.
* TheyKilledKennyAgain: He's been eaten (not even [[JustEatHim whole]], actually torn to piece and eaten) several times now. "The Recipe" shows that he's been killed several times [[note]](besides being eaten by birds, Anton has been turned to mush in the school swimming pool, crushed by a bowling ball, had a heart attack while watching a screamer viral video, eaten by Tobias, blown up in chemistry class, put through a paper shredder, blown up in music class from playing a slide whistle, hit in the face with a baseball, slammed between a door frame, and crushed by Tina Rex's foot)[[/note]] and each time, [[ExpendableClone his parents clone him.]] After a montage of his deaths in the same episode, Darwin suggests that they go find out how he keeps coming back by going to his house, because this was getting them nowhere.
-->'''Darwin''': Maybe we should just ask him. \\
'''Gumball:''' Maybe you should've said that before we iced him fifty times in a row.
* TooDumbToLive: Many of his [[TheyKilledKennyAgain frequent deaths]] are a direct result of a lack of basic self-preservation skills. The gym coach once told him to jump into the school pool. By all rights he should know that, as a piece of toast, he'll turn into mush if he gets wet, [[ForgotICouldntSwim yet he jumps in without a second thought.]]

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* TheChewToy: Dies frequently, sometimes by literally being chewed on.
* TheDitz: He was one
TheCobblersChildrenHaveNoShoes[=/=]{{Hypocrite}}: She's in charge of physical fitness and goes on about how necessary it is, but she's in such terrible shape (literally and figuratively) that she gets exhausted running even the shortest distance. [[spoiler:On the other hand, her daughter is very physically fit.]] Ironically, she's much better at her job than most of the contestants in staff, as her introduction has most of the dumb race and thought a mirror could talk. It's possible some or all of Anton's memories don't pass on to students getting the next clone when he dies, and thus he can't learn anything because he's first real workout they've had in their lives.
* TheComicallySerious: She
always dying--or him already being that stupid is why no one notices him forgetting so much.
speaks in a declarative monotone even when describing completely ridiculous situations where gym class lessons would come in handy.
* GangOfBullies: The website described him as a member of Tina FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: Something she has in common with [[spoiler:her daughter.]]
* LadyLooksLikeADude: Despite the voice
and gender-neutral-to-masculine appearance, Coach is actually a woman, something Gumball and Darwin didn't realize until the end of her introductory episode. [[spoiler:Specifically, she's Jamie's gang, whether he wanted to be or not, mom.]]
* LarynxDissonance: Like Tina, she is female
but this was almost never shown in the actual show.
* MadeOfPlasticine: One of the reasons he dies so easily. He is just as tough as you would expect a piece of toast to be.
* TheyKilledKennyAgain: He's been eaten (not even [[JustEatHim whole]], actually torn to piece and eaten) several times now. "The Recipe" shows that he's been killed several times [[note]](besides being eaten by birds, Anton has been turned to mush in the school swimming pool, crushed
voiced by a bowling ball, had a heart attack while watching a screamer viral video, eaten by Tobias, blown up man--the ''same'' man who [[TheOtherDarrin previously]] voiced Tina, in chemistry class, put through fact.
* MasculineGirlFeminineBoy[=/=]TinyGuyHugeGirl: She's
a paper shredder, blown up in music class from playing a slide whistle, hit in the face giant red cube with a baseball, slammed between man's voice; her husband is a door frame, and crushed by Tina Rex's foot)[[/note]] and each time, [[ExpendableClone his parents clone him.]] After a montage of his deaths in tiny green man with an effeminate voice. Given [[spoiler:her daughter looks somewhat like her father but nothing like her]], this is probably also an InterspeciesRomance.
* TheMunchausen: She claims to have won at least three gold medals. The only proof she has are pictures (or just one picture) where she looks exactly
the same episode, Darwin suggests that as she does now and takes up the entire picture, and some of the details are blatant nonsense[[labelnote:like]]She mentions winning in 1986 and 1996 for unspecified gymnastic events and in 1988 for Taekwondo. Gymnastic events are held at the Summer Olympics, which ''weren't held'' in 1986, and if they go find out how were, they wouldn't be held in 1988 or 1996. Olympic gymnast also tend toward a rather narrow age range (about 16-18), so one attending two games over ten years apart is astoundingly unlikely.[[/labelnote]].
* RapunzelHair: She's a [[ZigZaggingTrope very odd]] example. Her hair goes all the way down to her butt, but she's a {{Cephalothorax}}. This creates a strange paradox where
he keeps coming back by going hair can look short or very long depending on if you're comparing it to his house, because her face or her body.
* RunningGag: Trying (and failing) to whistle.
* SarcasmBlind: She demonstrates
this was getting them nowhere.
-->'''Darwin''': Maybe we should just ask him.
when trying to explain the use for skills learned in P.E.
-->'''Coach:''' Let me paint you a picture. You're being chased by another pack of angry dogs. You've reached a ravine [[BenevolentArchitecture with only asymmetric bars allowing you to reach the other side]]. They want your pen. What do you do?
\\
'''Gumball:''' Maybe you should've said that before we iced him fifty times in a row.
* TooDumbToLive: Many of his [[TheyKilledKennyAgain frequent deaths]] are a direct result of a lack of basic self-preservation skills. The gym coach once told him to jump into the school pool. By all rights he should know that, as a piece of toast, he'll
I guess I'd just turn into mush if he gets wet, [[ForgotICouldntSwim yet he jumps on my jet pack, fly over the ravine, land in without a second thought.]]my flying car, and drive ''to space.''\\
'''Coach:''' [[HypocriticalHumor That's completely unrealistic.]]
* SportsHeroBackstory: Coach claims to have won gold medals at several different Olympic events, but it's pretty obvious that's she's making it all up.



[[folder:Banana Joe]]
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-->Voiced by Mic Graves

A constantly jovial and clownish [[AnthropomorphicFood banana.]]

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[[folder:Banana Joe]]
[[folder:The Nurse]]
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-->Voiced by Mic Graves

A constantly jovial
-->'''Voiced by:''' Teresa Gallagher, Sandra Searles Dickinson ("The Coach")
The school's put-upon nurse, [[AnimateInanimateObject a living adhesive bandage]], who has to deal with Gumball
and clownish [[AnthropomorphicFood banana.]]Darwin trying to get out of gym class, Teri the paper bear's hypochondria, and `Miss Simian's bad attitude.



* AbnormalLimbRotationRange: A strange example; his arms, legs, and facial features have a normal range of movement compared to each other, but his banana "body" freely flips around without any horizontal fixed relation to the rest of him.
* AnnoyingLaugh: He frequently makes a harsh "He-he!" sounding laugh in the first season. His laughter from the second season on isn't nearly as loud or annoying.
* {{Autocannibalism}}: It's mentioned in "The Promise" that the last time he went camping, he was left alone in the woods and had to use his banana skin and eat parts of himself to survive. That, and the winter storm that came when he walked home, is why he has no feet.
* BerserkButton: Do not ruin his family's pen. Or his school picture.
* BewareTheNiceOnes: Subverted, as even if you provoke his wrath he's too tiny, weak, and incompetent to be a threat to anyone.
* CatchPhrase: "I'm a banana."
* CharacterizationMarchesOn: His characterization in the first season was all over the place: sometimes he was kind of a jerk or even [[AxCrazy utterly psychotic]] and other times he was cheerful to the point where he literally could not stop making jokes constantly. From the second season on, [[TookALevelInKindness he's a lot nicer]], but still capable of being pushed too far, and is capable of being serious for a minute. He also didn't strip off his peel as much in the earlier episodes.
* ClassClown: Constantly making jokes, but no one really thinks he's funny.
* JigglePhysics: His eyes in the first season were literal googly eyes whose pupils shook around as he moved.
* NiceGuy: He forgives Gumball and Darwin for their numerous and unwarranted attempts at violent revenge "The Banana" and their horrible negligence in "The Promise".
* NoBrows: He has no eyebrows in the first season.
* PlantPerson: A walking, talking banana.
* PungeonMaster: Most of his jokes consists of painful puns.
* SpeciesSurname: Although "Banana" is the first part of his name, it seems to be his surname anyway given he's stated to be from the "Banana family".

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* AbnormalLimbRotationRange: A strange example; his arms, legs, AstonishinglyAppropriateAppearance: She's a nurse and facial features have a normal range living band-aid--as are most of movement compared to each other, but his banana "body" freely flips around without any horizontal fixed relation to the rest of him.
* AnnoyingLaugh: He frequently makes a harsh "He-he!" sounding laugh
other medical personnel in the first season. His laughter from the second season on isn't nearly show, including doctors and paramedics (barring Dr. Butt as loud or annoying.
* {{Autocannibalism}}: It's mentioned
seen in "The Promise" that the last time he went camping, he was left alone in the woods and had to use his banana skin and eat parts of himself to survive. That, Goons" and the winter storm that came when he walked home, is why he has no feet.
pig doctor from "The Saint").
* BerserkButton: Do not ruin his family's pen. Or his school picture.
* BewareTheNiceOnes: Subverted, as even if you provoke his wrath he's too tiny, weak, and incompetent
DrJerk: Having to be a threat to anyone.
* CatchPhrase: "I'm a banana."
* CharacterizationMarchesOn: His characterization in the first season was all over the place: sometimes he was kind of a jerk or even [[AxCrazy utterly psychotic]] and other times he was cheerful to the point where he literally could not stop making jokes constantly. From the second season on, [[TookALevelInKindness he's a lot nicer]], but still capable of being pushed too far, and is capable of being serious for a minute. He also didn't strip off his peel as much in the earlier episodes.
* ClassClown: Constantly making jokes, but no one really thinks he's funny.
* JigglePhysics: His eyes in the first season were literal googly eyes whose pupils shook around as he moved.
* NiceGuy: He forgives
put up with Gumball and Darwin looking for their numerous doctor's notes, Teri's {{hypochondria}} and unwarranted attempts at violent revenge "The Banana" other general craziness has left her a tad cantankerous.
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: Assuming the dress
and their horrible negligence in "The Promise".
* NoBrows: He has no eyebrows in the first season.
* PlantPerson: A walking, talking banana.
* PungeonMaster: Most of his jokes consists of painful puns.
* SpeciesSurname: Although "Banana" is the first
shoes aren't just part of his name, it seems her body.
* ImADoctorNotAPlaceholder: When people keep sending Bobert her way for fixing, she reminds them she isn't a mechanic. Miss Simian points out that Elmore has all kinds of weird students, so she should just shut up and deal with it.
* NerdGlasses: She wears enormously oversized eye glasses--or rather lenses inexplicably attached
to be his surname anyway given he's stated to be from her face.
* NiceHat: A white nurse hat with a red cross.
* NoNameGiven: Like
the "Banana family".Sheriff, no one has ever called her by name.
* SphereEyes



[[folder:Bobert]]
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-->Voiced by Kerry Shale

A socially-ignorant [[RobotKid robot]] who wishes the other students would be his friends--when he's not busy being condescending toward them.

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[[folder:Bobert]]
[[folder:Miss Lucy Simian]]
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-->Voiced by Kerry Shale

A socially-ignorant [[RobotKid robot]]
Lewis [=MacLeod=] (season 1), Hugo Harold-Harrison (season 2 onward)

An [[TimeAbyss impossibly ancient]] [[FunnyAnimal monkey]]
who wishes the teaches at Elmore Junior High. Her and Principal Brown have a strong attraction to each other students would be his friends--when he's not busy being condescending toward them.and barely bother to hide it.



* AIIsACrapshoot: In "The Robot", he decides to steal Gumball's life. Conversely, turning super-obedient in "The Bet" made him a vicious LiteralGenie. He tends to lose control and try to kill Gumball and Darwin with [[AxeCrazy startling regularity]].
* CuteMachines: Appearance-wise, he is quite cute. In terms of personality, he can vary from [[{{Adorkable}} endearing awkward]] to [[InsufferableGenius intolerably smug]] or even [[AIIsACrapshoot frighteningly amoral]].
* CyberCyclops: He has a single, off-center eye.
* DoAnythingRobot: Besides a large variety of weapons [[SuperPoweredRobotMeterMaids of questionable necessity]] and [[AxesAtSchool legality]], Bobert has a large number of other functions like video recording, vocal imitation, and spontaneously growing an extendable fan.
* DoesNotKnowHisOwnStrength: Gumball learns this the hard way when they play punchies.
* IJustWantToBeYou: He tries [[IJustWantToHaveFriends learn how to make friends]] by copying Gumball in "The Robot", but instead decides to become him exactly, [[KillAndReplace steal his life, and try to get rid of the real one.]]
* InsufferableGenius: He's downright condescending towards his classmates despite wanting to be friends with them.
* NoMouth: He doesn't have a mouth, though when he speaks two blacks bars on his face, which are possibly a speaker, light up.
* NukeEm: Is capable of this in his fighting robot form. Hiding behind a nearby chair is enough protection though.
* PintSizedPowerhouse: Even at normal size he can easily [[PunchedAcrossTheRoom punch someone across a room.]]
* SlidingScaleOfRobotIntelligence: Average Joe: knows a lot of math and science and is the best student in school, but has NoSocialSkills.
* TeachersPet: Considers himself to be this.
* TinMan: When some kids says he has no emotions, he seems to agree, despite emoting quite regularly.
* TransformingMecha: Capable of [[TelescopingRobot increasing his size]] into a fighting robot about 5 meters tall.

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* AIIsACrapshoot: In "The Robot", ZeroPercentApprovalRating: Loathed by the entire town, Principal Brown excluded. Even Rocky, a NiceGuy who claims to like everybody, admits to her face that he decides to steal Gumball's life. Conversely, turning super-obedient hates her.
* ActionSurvivor: Of the joy virus
in "The Bet" made him a vicious LiteralGenie. He tends to lose control and try to kill Gumball and Darwin with [[AxeCrazy startling regularity]].
* CuteMachines: Appearance-wise, he is quite cute. In terms of personality, he can vary from [[{{Adorkable}} endearing awkward]] to [[InsufferableGenius intolerably smug]] or even [[AIIsACrapshoot frighteningly amoral]].
* CyberCyclops: He has a single, off-center eye.
* DoAnythingRobot: Besides a large variety of weapons [[SuperPoweredRobotMeterMaids of questionable necessity]] and [[AxesAtSchool legality]], Bobert has a large number of other functions like video recording, vocal imitation, and spontaneously growing an extendable fan.
* DoesNotKnowHisOwnStrength: Gumball learns this
Joy". [[spoiler:She also ends up being the hard way when they play punchies.
* IJustWantToBeYou: He tries [[IJustWantToHaveFriends learn how to make friends]] by copying Gumball in "The Robot", but instead decides to become him exactly, [[KillAndReplace steal his life, and try to get rid of the real one.
FinalGirl.]]
* InsufferableGenius: He's downright condescending towards his classmates despite wanting ApatheticTeacher: She admits in "The Butterfly" that she doesn't care about the children's education, though you wouldn't either if you've been teaching since the Stone Age.
* ArtEvolution[=/=]EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: In Season 1, she was originally [[http://images1.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20120916111634/theamazingworldofgumball/images/thumb/3/3a/MissSimian2.png/200px-MissSimian2.png a rigid blocky character]] with a rather prominent shade of gray, and had a polka-dotted dress. In Season 2, she is given more color, a completely pink dress, a more rounded body, better computer animation, and some slightly noticeable FanDisservice JigglePhysics in her much more saggier boobs.
* BaldOfEvil[=/=]GirlsWithMoustaches: She's technically bald with a beard. Given she's a monkey, this wouldn't be especially notable if it weren't for it being pointed out
to be her in "The Boombox" by Principal Brown, showing she had not noticed before.
* BarefootCartoonAnimal: Wears a full dress but no shoes. Given her feet are realistically primate-like, she probably couldn't fit them in a regular pair of shoes.
* ElderlyImmortal[=/=]LongLived: It's unknown if she's lived 300,000 years because of actual immortality or a naturally long lifespan, but either way she looks quite old.
* EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys: Judging by her face and red bottom, she's some sort of mandrill or baboon. Despite clearly having a tail (not pictured here, but visible on the show), she's still often called an ape.
* FanDisservice: What her body shows (on both the season one and season two designs, with the season two design being more obvious since the CGI is more refined).
* ItsAllAboutMe: Her mug even says, "I Love Myself"
* JerkWithAHeartOfJerk: In "The Ape", she was a complete JerkAss to Nicole when she was young and would even use Gumball and Darwin just to get the Teacher Award. She was given a choice to either get the form with the signature on the car and fall out of the bridge or get off the car and redeem herself by staying
friends with them.
the Wattersons. [[IgnoredEpiphany She went "Nah!" to the latter and does the former, which leads to her fall]].
* NoMouth: He doesn't have a mouth, MeaningfulName: [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lucy_%28Australopithecus%29 Lucy]] is also the nickname of an important hominid fossil.
* NominalHero: In "The Joy", while she's doing it for purely selfish reasons (recognition, not liking the sight of so much happiness, etc.), she still tries to stop the spread of the titular G-Rated ZombieApocalypse (even
though she failed).
* NotSoAboveItAll: She's a {{Jerkass}} to end all Jerkasses...but she loves a good party.
* OfficialCouple: With Principal Brown.
* PetTheDog: She showed herself to not be ''completely'' heartless in "The Apology," as she gave up her attempts to frame or catch Gumball and Darwin
when he speaks two blacks bars on his face, which are possibly a speaker, light up.
* NukeEm: Is capable
they attempted to actually get in trouble to save her dignity, her job and her relationship, and even attempted to clean up the mess they made to keep them out of trouble. Even when Darwin completely milks the fact that she's actually saying sorry for her behavior, she just chuckles. It's a surprisingly sweet moment for such a mean character.
* RedOniBlueOni: Red Oni to Principal Brown's Blue Oni.
* SadistTeacher: {{Zig Zagg|ingTrope}}ed; she's almost always portrayed as grumpy, self-centered, and mean-spirited when Principal Brown isn't present, but if
this in his fighting robot form. Hiding behind translates to actively picking on her students or Gumball specifically varies by the episode.
* SpeciesSurname: Although
a nearby chair bit wider than "species", as "simian" is enough protection though.
* PintSizedPowerhouse: Even at normal size he can easily [[PunchedAcrossTheRoom punch someone across a room.]]
* SlidingScaleOfRobotIntelligence: Average Joe: knows a lot of math
an infraorder (a taxonomy level between an order and science a family).
* TimeAbyss: At least 300,000 years old. She's so old, she taught during the Stone Age
and her father's skeleton is the best student in school, but has NoSocialSkills.
* TeachersPet: Considers himself to be this.
* TinMan: When some kids says he has no emotions, he seems to agree, despite emoting quite regularly.
* TransformingMecha: Capable of [[TelescopingRobot increasing his size]] into
currently on display at a fighting robot about 5 meters tall.natural history museum.



[[folder:Carmen]]
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-->Voiced by Teressa Gallagher (Season 1); Alix Wilton Regan (Season 2 onward)

A [[AnimateInanimateObject cactus]]. She's [[InterspeciesRomance romantically interested]] in Alan, which has rather obvious problems.

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[[folder:Carmen]]
[[folder:Rocky Robinson]]
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-->Voiced by Teressa Gallagher Lewis [=MacLeod=] (Season 1); Alix Wilton Regan 1), Hugo Harold-Harrison (Season 2 onward)

A [[AnimateInanimateObject cactus]]. She's [[InterspeciesRomance romantically interested]] in Alan, which has rather obvious problems.
2), Simon Lipkin (Season 3)

Mr. and Mrs. Robinson's estranged son and a [[CartoonCreature muppet creature]] like his parents (even though he's orange and they're blue). He works numerous non-teaching positions at Elmore Junior High (mostly the janitor, the cafeteria worker, and the bus driver).



* BlackBeadEyes
* FatalAttraction: With Alan, as previously stated.
* InterspeciesRomance: Carmen (female cactus) is madly in love with Alan (male balloon).
* PlantPerson: A walking, talking cactus.
* SickeninglySweethearts: In "The Storm", she is sickeningly sweet with Alan much to their classmates' disgust.
* SingleWomanSeeksGoodMan: Even if the others find Alan's {{nice guy}} personality incredibly sappy and sickening, Carmen wouldn't have him any other way.
* [[TheSmartGuy The Smart Girl]]: Carmen is one of the smartest girls in school according to the website.
* TertiarySexualCharacteristics: Averted. She has no distinguished trait that shows she's female.
* TinyGuyHugeGirl: She's the same size or smaller than most students of Elmore, but certainly a lot larger than Alan.
* UnableToCry: She can cry, but there aren't any tears [[FurryReminder because her body is meant to retain moisture.]]

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* BlackBeadEyes
AlliterativeName: '''Ro'''cky '''Ro'''binson.
* FatalAttraction: With Alan, as previously stated.
BarefootCartoonAnimal: Unlike his parents, he wears no shoes.
* InterspeciesRomance: Carmen (female cactus) BlackSheep: His father disowned him because he won't take a respectable job, is madly a deadbeat who never graduated from school, and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking dresses like a Canadian]].
* BlandNameProduct : He wears an [[Music/AcDc AB/CD]] shirt
in love with Alan (male balloon).
season one. From season two to now, the logo was changed to "Bisou" and stylized after the logo for the band "KISS".
* PlantPerson: A walking, talking cactus.
{{Catchphrase}}: "Word."
* SickeninglySweethearts: LikeFatherUnlikeSon[=/=]WhiteSheep: His parents are both very mean, grumpy, and serious, but Rocky himself is friendly, happy, and laid-back.
* MellowFellow: Rocky is very calm and relaxed, generally only losing his cool when in danger or pain.
* NewJobAsThePlotDemands: He fills pretty much every non-teaching, non-administrative job at school, usually the janitor, the cafeteria worker, and the bus driver.
* NiceGuy:
In "The Storm", she is sickeningly sweet with Alan much to their classmates' disgust.
* SingleWomanSeeksGoodMan: Even if the others find Alan's {{nice guy}} personality incredibly sappy and sickening, Carmen wouldn't have him any other way.
* [[TheSmartGuy The Smart Girl]]: Carmen is one of the smartest girls in school according to the website.
* TertiarySexualCharacteristics: Averted. She has no distinguished trait
Ape" he tells Mrs. Simian that shows she's female.
not even ''he'' likes her... and he likes everybody!
* TinyGuyHugeGirl: She's the same size or smaller than most students of Elmore, but certainly ReplacementGoldfish: Becomes a lot larger than Alan.
* UnableToCry: She can cry, but there aren't any tears [[FurryReminder because her body is meant to retain moisture.]]
literal replacement goldfish for Darwin in "The Genius", who Nicole and Richard insist on calling "Rockwin".



[[folder:Carrie Kruger]]
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-->Voiced by Jessica [=MacDonald=]

An emo ghost girl, though she's more Goth than emo.

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[[folder:Carrie Kruger]]
[[folder:Steve Small]]
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-->Voiced by Jessica [=MacDonald=]

An emo ghost girl, though she's more Goth than emo.
Rupert Degas (season 1), Adam Long (season 2 onward)

The [[CartoonCreature humanoid covered in fluffy hair]] who acts as Elmore Junior High's guidance counselor.



* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: The only part of her body that is visibly clothing is her hair bow.
* AllGirlsLikePonies: Despite everyone else finding ''[[MyLittlePhony A Pony's Tail]]'' impossibly terrible, Carrie loved it, completely shocking herself.
* AllWomenLoveShoes: {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d during "The Flower"
-->'''Jealousy:''' How many pairs of shoes do you need!? You don't even have feet!
* BigEater: She hasn't eaten since she became a ghost, so when she possesses someone's body she'll eat until it ''passes out''.
* BlackBeadEyes
* CuteGhostGirl: Darwin sure seems to think so when he kissed her.
* DeadpanSnarker: Carrie is almost always deadpan and occasionally snarks. She once has her face sucked into a vacuum and distorted, then replied with a flat "Gross."
* DemonicPossession: She can possess someone's body by [[OrificeInvasion flying into their mouth and down their throat.]]
* EmoTeen: Carrie is described as emo, though she has a lot of {{goth}} elements like her occult room decorations and loving the smell of death. One time she even described herself as "punk-rock".
* FriendlyGhost: Despite her morose demeanor, Carrie is good friends with at least some of her classmates, getting very concerned when Darwin and Gumball are turned into ghosts and upset when it seemed they were stuck in the underworld.
* HairDecorations: Has a bow on the side of her head.
* TheHedonist: It's been so long since she's been able to do things like eating, that when she has a body, she'll immediately starting [[BigEater binge-eating]] [[ExtremeOmnivore absolutely anything]] (except, apparently, pickles).
* HeroicBastard[=/=]NomDeMom: When Carrie says her dad's full name, it ends with "Lokowitchki", not "Kruger". Whether this is because her parents never married or for some other reason isn't specified, though in the case of the former it's likely because [[spoiler:her dad turned into the Snatcher before they could.]]
* TheMirrorShowsYourTrueSelf: [[RuleOfFunny Sometimes]] Carrie lacks a reflection or doesn't show up in film (which involves projecting reflections), like when Mr. Small took her class photo.
-->''"I'm not paying for that."''
* PickyEater: When Carrie takes over Gumball's body and starts binge-eating everything in sight, she takes a moment to remove the pickle slice from a hamburger before devouring the whole combo meal.
* LuminescentBlush: She blushes when Darwin kissed her in "Halloween" and in "The Coach" when she said that all the work-out made her feel alive.
* NonHumanHumanoidHybrid: [[spoiler:Carrie's mother was a ghost of unknown species. Her father was a mortal CartoonCreature that looked mostly human.]]
* OurGhostsAreDifferent: In "Halloween" she claims she was ''[[ItRunsOnNonsensoleum born]]'' a ghost[[note]]Neither Gumball or Darwin could guess how that works.[[/note]] which means she stays in the living world and can be seen by anyone, even though other ghost can only come there on Halloween and are InvisibleToNormals. "The Mirror" seemingly provides an actual explanation to this: [[spoiler:Her mom was a ghost and her dad a mortal who used magic to be able to touch her, apparently making her a sort of [[NonHumanHumanoidHybrid half-mortal hybrid]].]] Both of these, however, came after her [[MultipleChoicePast mentioning that she used to have a body.]]
* PeekABangs: Much like Gumball's whiskers, subject to FashionableAsymmetry and AmbidextrousSprite.
* PerpetualFrowner: Usually has a morose expression on her face, though she's sported a [[ScaryTeeth sharp-toothed]] grin a few times.
* ShoutOut: Her name is likely inspired by two famous horror characters: [[Literature/{{Carrie}} Carrie White]] and [[Franchise/ANightmareOnElmStreet Freddy Krueger]]

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* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: AlliterativeName: The only part first letters of her body his first and last name begin with a "S".
* AmericanAccents: He had a slight Dixie (Southern U.S.) accent in the first season. Season two on, he had a stereotypical hippie voice.
* CharacterizationMarchesOn: In season one, Mr. Small's hippie-like tendencies weren't so pronounced and it was generally implied
that he was much meaner and more shiftless than he let on, whereas after that he seems to genuinely be a complete doormat. And, as mentioned in the AmericanAccents entry above, his first voice actors played him with a Southern accent.
* ChewToy: Him being injured as the result of the protagonist's actions has become a RunningGag since the end of season one.
* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Even besides his deliberately "hippie" behavior, he's done strange things like writing an ''extremely'' long poem from the point of view of a shoe and thinking he's become one with the universe when he woke up in a room full of foam.
* DrillSergeantNasty: He's the judge for cheerleading tryout and
is visibly clothing [[SchoolClubsAreSeriousBusiness extremely serious about it]] for a team [[ClubStub with about six members]].
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal
* HippieTeacher: A counselor variant. Though he's rather less patient than the typical example.
* MoodSwinger: Can go from an easy-going hippie to an enraged maniac in a snap.
* NewAgeRetroHippie: Right down to the rainbow shirt, temporarily having a diet that was just sunlight, talking about "the man," having a hippie van named Janis (possibly named after JanisJoplin), and even being a ''literal cloud''. There's even [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar a few moments implying he
is her hair bow.
* AllGirlsLikePonies: Despite everyone else finding ''[[MyLittlePhony A Pony's Tail]]'' impossibly terrible, Carrie loved it, completely shocking herself.
* AllWomenLoveShoes: {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d during
indeed a stoner]]; drinking herbal tea that makes him black out and on "The Flower"
-->'''Jealousy:''' How many pairs
Void," he can bounce through the dimension of shoes do you need!? You don't even have feet!
* BigEater: She hasn't eaten since she became a ghost, so when she possesses someone's body she'll eat until it ''passes out''.
* BlackBeadEyes
* CuteGhostGirl: Darwin sure seems
the world's mistakes because he's, "...used to think so when he kissed her.
* DeadpanSnarker: Carrie is almost always deadpan and occasionally snarks. She once has her face sucked into a vacuum and distorted, then replied with a flat "Gross.
feeling spaced out."
* DemonicPossession: She can possess someone's body by [[OrificeInvasion flying into their mouth and down their throat.]]
* EmoTeen: Carrie is described as emo, though she has
NothingButSkinAndBones: On a lot few occasions where he wears skin-tight clothes (or any type of {{goth}} elements revealing clothes, like her occult room decorations and loving the smell of death. One time she even described herself as "punk-rock".
* FriendlyGhost: Despite her morose demeanor, Carrie is good friends with at least some of her classmates, getting very concerned when Darwin and Gumball are turned into ghosts and upset when it seemed they were stuck in the underworld.
* HairDecorations: Has a bow on the side of her head.
* TheHedonist: It's been so long since she's been able to do things like eating, that when she has a body, she'll immediately starting [[BigEater binge-eating]] [[ExtremeOmnivore absolutely anything]] (except, apparently, pickles).
* HeroicBastard[=/=]NomDeMom: When Carrie says her dad's full name, it ends with "Lokowitchki", not "Kruger". Whether this is because her parents never married or for some other reason isn't specified, though in the case of the former it's likely because [[spoiler:her dad turned into the Snatcher before they could.]]
* TheMirrorShowsYourTrueSelf: [[RuleOfFunny Sometimes]] Carrie lacks a reflection or doesn't show up in film (which involves projecting reflections), like when Mr. Small took her class photo.
-->''"I'm not paying for that."''
* PickyEater: When Carrie takes over Gumball's body and starts binge-eating everything in sight, she takes a moment to remove the pickle slice from a hamburger before devouring the whole combo meal.
* LuminescentBlush: She blushes when Darwin kissed her in "Halloween" and
midriff-bearing holistic doctor outfit he wore in "The Coach" when she said that all Allergy," the work-out made her feel alive.
* NonHumanHumanoidHybrid: [[spoiler:Carrie's mother was a ghost of unknown species. Her father was a mortal CartoonCreature that looked mostly human.]]
* OurGhostsAreDifferent: In "Halloween" she claims she was ''[[ItRunsOnNonsensoleum born]]'' a ghost[[note]]Neither Gumball or Darwin could guess how that works.[[/note]] which means she stays
tattered clothes he had in the living world and can be seen by anyone, even though other ghost can only come there on Halloween and are InvisibleToNormals. "The Mirror" seemingly provides an actual explanation to this: [[spoiler:Her mom was a ghost Pizza," and her dad when he wore nothing but a mortal who used magic loincloth in "The Void") we can see his ribcage with a disturbing amount of detail. Justified as he starved himself on a diet of sunlight and (rarely) eats meat.
* LargeHam:
-->"Don't hate me because I'm ''beautiful!''"
* PissTakeRap: Has one about honesty; while dressed in a ''bear costume''.
* PsychoPsychologist: Mr. Small is the school's counselor but really needs therapy more than any of his students. Especially in the first season, where he often showed himself
to be able violently bipolar. Seasons two and three had him more as spacey and paranoid.
* ScareEmStraight: Does this
to touch her, apparently making her Gumball and Darwin by showing them a sort grotesque diagram of [[NonHumanHumanoidHybrid half-mortal hybrid]].]] Both the soul of these, however, came after her [[MultipleChoicePast mentioning a liar. This can also be applied to his sock puppet, the Silence Snake, whom he uses to scream at people and shock them into shutting up.
* SphereEyes
* StrawVegetarian: In "The Castle" he states he's only a vegetarian so he can rub his superiority over not eating meat in everyone's faces. In "The Pizza," it's revealed
that she used in dire survival situations, he will turn to cannibalism, but only if the person about to be eaten hasn't had any antibiotics or anything that's not considered organic. Principal Brown in "The Fraud" mentions that he hates vegetarians because they're boring, always go shirtless, and have a body.]]
* PeekABangs: Much like Gumball's whiskers, subject
smug superiority to FashionableAsymmetry and AmbidextrousSprite.
them, which may or may not be how he really feels about Mr. Small.
* PerpetualFrowner: Usually has {{Tuckerization}}: Named after a morose expression on her face, though she's sported a [[ScaryTeeth sharp-toothed]] grin friend of the show's creator that also works in animation--the same one that made his character design, in fact.
* UnmovingPlaid: His rainbow-patterned shirt [[http://theamazingworldofgumball.wikia.com/wiki/File:HeyNewGirl.png played this straight]]
a few times.
* ShoutOut: Her name is likely inspired by two famous horror characters: [[Literature/{{Carrie}} Carrie White]]
times in season one. Every other time it's a {{downplayed|trope}} example, because the pattern will rotate and [[Franchise/ANightmareOnElmStreet Freddy Krueger]]shift as his body parts move, but [[http://theamazingworldofgumball.wikia.com/wiki/File:Photopreview5.png does not change when his shirt gets folded]].



[[folder:Clayton]]
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-->Voiced by Rupert Degas (Season 1), Max Cazier (Season 2 onward)

A [[AnimateInanimateObject blob of red clay]] and a compulsive liar.

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[[folder:Clayton]]
!!Other Citizens of Elmore

[[folder:Banana Bob and Banana Barbara]]
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-->Voiced by Rupert Degas (Season 1), Max Cazier (Season 2 onward)

A [[AnimateInanimateObject blob of red clay]] and a compulsive liar.
Mic Graves (Bob), Sandra Searles Dickinson (Barbara)

Banana Joe's parents, two other [[AnthropomorphicFood bananas.]]



* BadLiar[=/=]ConsummateLiar: He's able to lie constantly with complete conviction because [[BelievingTheirOwnLies he convinces himself at the same time]], but people rarely fall for them because they're so ridiculous. Seemingly the only one who believes him is Tobias.
* {{Claymation}}: Although actually computer-animated, Clayton's animation is deliberately similar to a stop motion clay figure.
* IRejectYourReality: In "The Move" he admits he lies so much because he thinks his actual life is boring.
* TheMunchausen: He constantly tells improbably stories about himself and his family.
* NoBrows: His design in the first season lacked eyebrows. Adding them was the most noticeable difference in his second season redesign.
* PoisonousFriend: In "The Skull," Clayton constantly includes Darwin and Gumball in his lies and [[ToxicFriendInfluence causes them to start lying the same way themselves]]. To their credit, Gumball and Darwin figure out he's a bad influence on them almost right away and break it off with him... only for him to attempt to lie his way back into their good graces.
* PunnyName: Clay(ton).
* VoluntaryShapeshifting: He can change into a lot of shapes, including other people (and fake their voices as well). Justified, in that he's a ball of clay and clay can be molded into whatever you want it to be, even though it's still clay, no matter what (which [[FridgeBrilliance also explains why a ball of clay would be a compulsive liar]]).

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* BadLiar[=/=]ConsummateLiar: He's able AlliterativeName: Both of them.
* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Barbara wears a polka-dot ribbon. Bizarrely, Bob's mustache was shown in "The Shell"
to lie constantly with complete conviction because [[BelievingTheirOwnLies he convinces himself at the same time]], but people rarely fall for them because they're so ridiculous. Seemingly the only one who believes him is Tobias.
* {{Claymation}}: Although
actually computer-animated, Clayton's animation be a detachable accessory.
* TheChewToy: Barbara
is deliberately similar subject to a stop motion clay figure.
large amount of prat-falls in "The Mothers", many of them caused by [[TheKlutz her extreme clumsiness.]]
* IRejectYourReality: HiddenDepths: Banana Bob used to be a musician. And a bank robber.
* LookalikeLovers: They're basically identical save their TertiarySexualCharacteristics, as seen in "The Shell" where it's revealed that Banana Bob's mustache is detachable and, without it, his voice is very high and girl-like.
* MadOracle:
In "The Move" he admits he lies so much because he thinks his actual life is boring.
* TheMunchausen: He constantly tells improbably stories about himself and his family.
* NoBrows: His design in
Shell" it's implied that Banana Barbara paints portraits that predict the first season lacked eyebrows. Adding them was the most noticeable difference in his second season redesign.
* PoisonousFriend: In
future. "The Skull," Clayton constantly includes Darwin and Gumball in his lies and [[ToxicFriendInfluence causes Oracle" shows that she's been doing it for years, though Banana Joe never noticed because all of them to start lying were of the same way themselves]]. To Watterson family. And any time she's seen making one, she [[ThousandYardStare stares around blankly]].
* ObliviouslyEvil: Banana Bob mentions in "The Oracle" that people threw
their credit, Gumball hands up and Darwin figure out he's a bad influence gave him money any time he put on them almost right away a [[BlatantBurglar balaclava]] (or "bananaclava" as he calls it) and break it off with him... only for him to attempt to lie his way back into their good graces.
* PunnyName: Clay(ton).
* VoluntaryShapeshifting: He can change
walked into a lot of shapes, including other bank, not understanding that those people (and fake thought he was robbing them.
* SpeciesSurname: Like
their voices as well). Justified, in that he's a ball of clay and clay can be molded into whatever you want it to be, son, "Banana" is their family name even though it's still clay, no matter what (which [[FridgeBrilliance also explains why their first.
* TertiarySexualCharacteristics: Barbara has eyelashes, lipstick, and
a ball of clay would be bow while Bob has a compulsive liar]]).mustache. In "The Shell," Banana Bob's mustache is detachable and the only thing keeping his voice masculine, which carries some odd implications.



[[folder:Detention Kids]]
-->Voiced by Hugo Harold-Harrison (Bomb Guy)

A group of students at Elmore Junior High mostly seen in detention. Includes a [[AnimateInanimateObject a guy with a bomb for a head, a human hand, a giant teddy bear]], [[AnthropomorphicFood a rotten cupcake]], and [[FunnyAnimal a rat]].

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[[folder:Detention Kids]]
[[folder:Billy and Felicity Parham]]
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-->Voiced by Hugo Harold-Harrison (Bomb Guy)

Richard Overall (Billy), Sandra Searles Dickinson (Felicity)

A group of students at Elmore Junior High mostly seen in detention. Includes a [[AnimateInanimateObject a guy with a bomb for a head, a human hand, a giant teddy bear]], [[AnthropomorphicFood a rotten cupcake]], mother and [[FunnyAnimal a rat]].child who are both [[CartoonCreature abstract blobs]] colored orange and blue, respectively.



* ActionBomb: The most prominent one has a bomb for a head. Making him mad causes him to explode, incapacitating him while reducing his head to a much smaller size.
* AnimatedTattoo: The hand has a tattoo of a skull wearing a crown which acts as his face, being capable of moving around and talking.
* DudeLooksLikeALady: The cupcake guy's pink coloration, mouth that looks like it has lipstick on it, and heeled boots cause Darwin and Gumball to mistake him for a (very ugly) girl.
* HelpingHands: One is a giant human hand and wrist [[TattooedCrook covered in tattoos]], one of which acts as his face.
* KillerTeddyBear: One of them is a giant pink teddy bear who comes off as harmless at first until he bashes Darwin and Gumball's heads together and [[VisualPun pops the cupcake guy's cherry]].
* VagueAge: They're at most a grade older than Darwin or Gumball, but mostly seem like they're well into their teens or even adults. It's possible some of them have been held back ''a lot''.
* YouDirtyRat: Their smallest member is a rat with a [[GoodScarsEvilScars facial scar]] that always wears a hoodie.

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* ActionBomb: The most prominent one has AbusiveParents[=/=]HilariouslyAbusiveChildhood: Billy does not have a bomb for very good mom.
** In "The Extras," she crashed her car (with her son in it) into
a head. Making house and left him mad causes him to explode, incapacitating him in there while reducing his she walked out and beaned herself on the head to with a much smaller size.
* AnimatedTattoo: The hand has a tattoo
shovel.
** In "The Gripes," she threw her son in the trunk
of a skull wearing a crown which acts as his face, being capable of moving around the car and talking.
* DudeLooksLikeALady: The cupcake guy's pink coloration, mouth that looks like it has lipstick on it, and heeled boots cause Darwin and Gumball to mistake him for a (very ugly) girl.
* HelpingHands: One is a giant human hand and wrist [[TattooedCrook covered in tattoos]], one of which acts
buckled up her groceries [[HypocriticalHumor as his face.
* KillerTeddyBear: One of them is a giant pink teddy bear who comes off as harmless at first until he bashes Darwin and
she accused Gumball's heads together father of being a bad parent]].
** In "The Law," she leaves her son behind when she hijacks the ice cream truck
and [[VisualPun pops goes on a crime spree.
** In "The Butterfly," she shoved her own son out of
the cupcake guy's cherry]].
way when he was chasing after the $20 bill that the hairy hobo lost. [[LaserGuidedKarma Fortunately, she got what was coming to her when Mrs. Robinson shoved her out of the way to get the $20 bill]].
* VagueAge: They're at most AscendedExtra: They started as {{Recurring Extra}}s throughout season 2[[labelnote:before that]]A completely different-looking boy, who once spoke with the same voice as Billy, and his mother were seen several times in the first season[[/labelnote]], then they got a grade older than Darwin or Gumball, skit in "The Extras" and major roles in "The Law" and "The Egg".
* AxCrazy: Felicity, and ''how''.
* BlueOrangeContrast: Not only are they blue and orange,
but mostly seem the mother has blue lips.
* ChildProdigy: Billy is about as smart as Anais, and a bit more of an InsufferableGenius.
* {{Hipster}}: Billy seems rather disdainful of suburban living. He [[BirdsOfAFeather gets along with Anais very well]], celebrating how they'll do hipster things
like tour Europe and get tattoos, [[spoiler:until she admits she likes Daisy the Donkey, which he thinks is a mindless show that exists solely to sell merchandise]].
* RichBitch: It's not clear exactly how rich they are, but
they're well both pretty stuck up. When it appears to them that Gumball and Darwin were being arrested, the mother assumes it's because they went to public school.
* SphereEyes
* StepfordSmiler: Beneath her cheery demeanor, Felicity is bitchy at best and mentally deranged at worst. In their skit in "The Extras" when she got tired of Billy's pestering, she crashed her car
into their teens or even adults. It's possible some of them have been held back ''a lot''.
* YouDirtyRat: Their smallest member is a rat
house and knocked herself out with a [[GoodScarsEvilScars facial scar]] shovel so she didn't have to listen to him. In "The Law," the sight of Gumball not being stopped by the Doughnut Sheriff (who was fired) for ''jaywalking'' enrages her so much that always wears she immediately figures law and order doesn't exist anymore, hijacks Larry's ice cream truck, leaving her son behind, and plows through Elmore until she reaches the police department and threatens to kill the Chief of Police with an ice cream cone. "The Egg" is pretty much an entire episode of her making catty remarks about The Wattersons while barely trying to keep her cheerfulness at bay.
* {{Tuckerization}}: Their last name comes from one of the show's writers, Joe Parham.
* UnexplainedAccent: Billy has
a hoodie.British accent[[note]]specifically ReceivedPronunciation, so it's probably not even one of the show's British voice actors NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent[[/note]], even though his mother and the rest of Elmore do not.
* UnnamedParent: Until "The Egg", Felicity's name was never stated.



[[folder:The Eggheads]]
-->Voiced by Kerry Shale, Rupert Degas (Season 1), Hugo Harold-Harrison (Season 2 onward)

A pair of intellectual, nerdy [[AnthropomorphicFood eggs]].

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[[folder:The Eggheads]]
[[folder:Patrick Fitzgerald]]
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-->Voiced by Kerry Shale, Rupert Degas (Season 1), Hugo Harold-Harrison (Season 2 onward)

A pair of intellectual, nerdy [[AnthropomorphicFood eggs]].
Dan Russell

Penny's father, another [[AnimateInanimateObject living peanut]] [[MixAndMatchCritters with antlers]]. [[spoiler:Although beneath his shell he's presumably a spectral shapeshifter with antlers like his daughter.]]



* AstonishinglyAppropriateAppearance: They're "eggheads" both literally and figuratively.
* BigOlEyebrows: Their eyebrows are very thick and [[BigOlUnibrow there's a good bit of hair inbetween]].
* {{Cephalothorax}}
* TheDividual: They're almost always shown together and acting in unison.
* LongPants: Their pants and shoes appear as a single black-painted section of their body.
* {{Nerd}}: Both have nasally voices and always talk about academics or science fiction. One has NerdGlasses and braces, the other has a face covered in acne.
* NoNameGiven: They're never referred to by name; "Egghead" is just a FanNickname. On his Formspring, one of the writers came up with the names "Frank" and "Beans".

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* AstonishinglyAppropriateAppearance: They're "eggheads" both literally AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Normally wears only sandals with socks under them. When at work he also wears a hardhat and figuratively.
* BigOlEyebrows: Their eyebrows are very thick and [[BigOlUnibrow there's a good bit of hair inbetween]].
* {{Cephalothorax}}
* TheDividual: They're almost always shown together and acting in unison.
* LongPants: Their pants and
when jogging he replaces the sandals with tennis shoes appear as and adds sweatbands.
* BlackBeadEyes: Like his daughter, his eyes look like this, but actually seem to be holes in his shell.
* EarlyBirdCameo: Gumball, Darwin, and Nicole run through his backyard in "The DVD", when he wouldn't get
a single black-painted section of speaking role until "The Date" later that season.
* FatIdiot: Subverted. Mr. Fitzgerald is scarily on the ball when it comes to parenting, and seems to be a very authoritative and strict person, despite his size - which, given what the Fitzgeralds are like under
their body.
shells, may not be indicative of his weight anyway.
* {{Nerd}}: Both have nasally voices LargeAndInCharge: The biggest in the Fitzgerald household.
* OnlySaneMan: Has a justified grudge against the Wattersons, [[PapaWolf
and always talk about academics or science fiction. One has NerdGlasses Gumball in particular]], but is unusually quick to put it aside as events dictate. Was pretty much the only Elmore resident who was willing to work ''with'' the Wattersons in some way during the events of "The Finale" (by taking a fall in a "Dad Fight" between him and braces, the other has a face covered in acne.
* NoNameGiven: They're never referred to by name; "Egghead" is just a FanNickname. On his Formspring, one
Richard, as things had clearly gotten well out of the writers came up hand with the names "Frank" crowd and "Beans".all).
* OverprotectiveDad: He refuses to let Penny see Gumball after his family makes a bad impression in "The Knights", and flat-out refuses to even let her say anything about it. "The Shell" implies a lot of this is because their whole family are secretive about what they're like under their shells, but this ends up backfiring and making Penny feel ashamed after she leaves her shell. Since "The Shell," however, Patrick hasn't been as overprotective or as antagonistic to Gumball: In "The Spoiler," he still feels the need to eavesdrop over Gumball and Penny's phone conversation, but he's notably less hostile towards Gumball than he was before and actually feels bad about revealing a major plot point in ''The Screamening''.
* PapaWolf: To Penny. The fact that she likes [[IdiotHero Gumball]] doesn't help. However, as of "The Shell" (when Gumball called him out on hurting Penny's feelings when she was freaking out over her new form, then consoled him and told him that "parenting is hard" and went through hell to get Penny back to her default form and back to her father), Patrick has loosened up a bit.
* UglyGuyHotWife: His wife isn't fat like he is, though he seems to be in much better shape than Richard.
* UnnamedParent: His given name (Patrick) wasn't stated until "The Shell". The same episode played with it by Gumball repeatedly calling him some variation of "Robert", when the audience would have no idea that he was wrong.



[[folder:Green Bear Guy]]
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-->Voiced by Simon Lipkin (singing)

What appears to be a [[CartoonCreature green teddy bear]] or a [[AnthropomorphicFood giant sentient Gummy Bear]], as well as a background character who wants to take the stage.
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[[folder:Green Bear Guy]]
[[folder:The Chimera]]
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-->Voiced by Simon Lipkin (singing)

What appears
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A large, strange creature made of many different parts (mostly Lego bricks, a Barbie doll leg, a plastic shark's head, and a leg from an action figure of The Thing from The Fantastic Four). He pretended
to be an imaginary friend created by Anais, Darwin, and Gumball but was actually a [[CartoonCreature green teddy bear]] or creation of a [[AnthropomorphicFood giant sentient Gummy Bear]], as well as a background character lonely toymaker who wants to take the stage.
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outlived him.
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* AscendedExtra: Somewhat. He was a background character until leading a musical number and a HostileShowTakeover in "The Extras". Then he sank back into the background.
* HiddenDepths: He's quite a good singer.
* RecurringExtra: Usually seen in the background of the Elmore Junior High cafeteria.
* VagueAge: He looks and sounds like an adult, yet he's usually seen in a middle school cafeteria.

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\n* AscendedExtra: Somewhat. {{Adorkable}}: His social skills are rather poor because he'd previously never talked with anyone but his creator. Gumball even tells Anais that [[LonelyTogether she finally found someone as socially awkward as her]], [[HellYesMoment to her delight]].
* BizarreTasteInFood:
He was a background character until leading a musical number eats hair.
* DetachmentCombat[=/=]PullingThemselvesTogether: Although he doesn't use them to fight, The Friend can remotely control his detachable pieces
and reassemble himself at will. He shows this off by [[LosingYourHead taking his head off]] then comes together again after being blown to pieces.
* DoesNotKnowHisOwnStrength: He barely nudges
a HostileShowTakeover in "The Extras". Then he sank back pinata and it's sent flying into the background.
sky.
* HiddenDepths: He's quite a good singer.
{{Living Toy|}}: An old toymaker made him because he was lonely.
* RecurringExtra: Usually seen in the background of the Elmore Junior High cafeteria.
* VagueAge: He looks
MisunderstoodLonerWithAHeartOfGold: After his creator died, he started wandering around at random and sounds like an adult, yet his appearance made people scared of him even though he's usually seen in actually quite nice.
* MixAndMatchCritters: And
a middle school cafeteria.[[OurMonstersAreWeird rather bizarre one]] even by Elmore standards: his body is a collection of LEGO-like blocks, his left arm is robot-like and has a buzzsaw, the right arm is like a giant action figure's arm, his right leg is like a mannequin's, his left like [[Comicbook/FantasticFour Ben Grimm's]], and he has a shark's head with long hair.
* NotSoImaginaryFriend: He shows up right after Anais, Darwin, and Gumball try to make up an imaginary friend together, and pretends to be the friend they made up.
* NoNameGiven: He never uses any name, isn't ask for one, and might not have one.
* OddFriendship: He forms one with Anais.



[[folder:Hot Dog Guy]]
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-->Voiced by Dan Russell

A [[AnthropomorphicFood living hot dog]] who's another background character.

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[[folder:Hot Dog Guy]]
[[folder:Granny Jojo]]
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-->Voiced by Dan Russell

A [[AnthropomorphicFood living hot dog]] who's
Sandra Searles Dickinson

Richard's mother,
another background character.[[AmazingTechnicolorPopulation pink]] [[FunnyAnimal rabbit.]]




* AscendedExtra: He was a background character since almost the show's beginning, then had a speaking role in "The Castle" and joined in the HostileShowTakeover in "The Extras".
* CoolShades: He is never seen without his shades.
* OurNudityIsDifferent: He considers his hot dog bun clothing, even after it's pointed out it only covers the sides of his body.
* RecurringExtra: Usually seen in the background of the Elmore Junior High cafeteria.
* VagueAge: Like the Green Bear Guy, he's always seen in a middle school cafeteria, but everything else indicates he's an adult.

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\n* AscendedExtra: He was a background character since almost CharacterizationMarchesOn: Rather than being overly protective, in the show's beginning, then had a speaking role first season she seemed extremely ''apathetic'', not wanting to do anything in "The Castle" Kiss" but watch TV all day and joined uncaringly telling Richard that magic wasn't real in the HostileShowTakeover a flashback in "The Extras".
* CoolShades: He is never seen without his shades.
* OurNudityIsDifferent: He considers his hot dog bun clothing, even after
Wand". Compare with episodes like "The Authority" and "The Man," where it's pointed established that she was an overprotective parent to Richard and lied to him about why his father wasn't around.
* DecemberDecemberRomance: With Louie (the MickeyMouse {{Expy}}); [[ParentWithNewParamour when Richard finds out]], he freaks.
* GrossUpCloseUp: We constantly get this of her putting on her lipstick in "The Kiss".
* FreudianExcuse: "The Man" implies that [[spoiler:Richard's father leaving him and his mother 42 years ago when he was very young]] is part of why she's so overprotective.
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: Like her granddaughter, but unlike her son, she wears shoes.
* MiniatureSeniorCitizen: In the first season she was noticeably shorter than Richard or Nicole. [[ArtEvolution Her second season design]] is barely taller than Anais.
-->'''Granny Jojo:''' (inside, talking about the kids outside) See, this is exactly the kind of thing I was worried about. \\
'''Nicole:''' How would you know? You're not even tall enough to look
out it the window!
* MyBelovedSmother: She thinks a mother has to protect her family from everything [[ScareEmStraight by making them scared of everything.]] Richard's such a FatIdiot because she had him sit around eating all day, never learning how to do anything himself.
* TheNicknamer: Calls Gumball "the blue one" Darwin "walking fish" and "fish kid".
* ObnoxiousInLaws: Both Nicole and Richard prefer to be as far away as possible whenever she visits. She has an extremely low opinion of Nicole as a mother that she vocalizes regularly, yet also leans on her for ridiculous demands, making her waste one of her
only covers the sides of his body.
* RecurringExtra: Usually seen in the background of the Elmore Junior High cafeteria.
four days off to be her chauffeur.
* VagueAge: Like the Green Bear Guy, In "The Man" she states herself to be 63 years old, yet she already looked old when Richard was a kid, and he's always seen in now thought to be between 40 and 50 years of age.
* ScrewPolitenessImASenior: She's very blunt, [[HeyYou doesn't bother to remember her grandkids names]], and she made Anais carry
a middle school cafeteria, but everything else indicates he's an adult.suitcase that's clearly too heavy for her.



[[folder:Hector Jötunheim]]
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-->Voiced by Kerry Shale

A giant covered in colorful fur.

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[[folder:Hector Jötunheim]]
[[folder:Mrs. Jötunheim]]
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-->Voiced by Kerry Shale

A giant covered in colorful fur.
Sandra Searles Dickinson

Hector's mother, a grumpy witch who has to keep her son calm to keep him from destroying Elmore.



* AbsurdlyYouthfulMother: {{Inverted|Trope}}; she looks far too old to have a middle school-aged son. Possibly whatever species she is [[YoungerThanTheyLook looks like that regardless of age]], or giants like Hector grow more slowly than "regular" people.
* BlueCollarWarlock: She is a rather comical mixture of a traditional witch (she lives in a cave, uses a MagicCauldron, knows about magic spells, and flies on a broom) and an everyday person (she goes into town like everyone else, she works as a custodian, and she has a son in middle school).
* {{Expy}}: Her character design is heavily based on [[Film/SpiritedAway Yubaba]].
* InterspeciesRomance: Her husband is stated to be a giant even bigger than Hector, implying she's a member of some WitchSpecies, rather than a giant that shrank with old age. [[HotSkittyOnWailordAction And she's not even as big as a human.]]
* GoodIsNotNice: Mrs. Jötunheim is fairly unpleasant to talk to, but is the main thing keeping Hector from destroying the town and helps Gumball from the Snatcher in "The Mirror" without asking for anything in return.
* MiniatureSeniorCitizen: Even Gumball towers over her.
* MyBelovedSmother: She's extremely controlling of everything Hector sees and does, even vetoing his online friend invitations and heavily censoring his comics. [[PlayingWithATrope However,]] this isn't to protect Hector, it's to keep him calm, protecting everyone else ''from'' him.
* WickedWitch: She turns out to really be a witch, as Gumball had guessed, and has a lot of the visual traits, including discolored warty skin, [[SinisterSchnoz a big nose]], and a {{witch broom}}, [[SubvertedTrope but isn't really evil.]]
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Laurence "Larry" Needlemeyer]]
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-->Voiced by Kerry Shale

A skinny man [[RockMonster made of rock]] who works many different jobs throughout Elmore.
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* ArtEvolution: Sorta. In Season 1, originally the only thing that can be seen of him was usually just his feet due to him being too big to fit in the screen. Other body parts of his would occasionally be seen also, but he never appeared in full body view. In Season 2, he still retains his original depiction but from time to time, his entire body would be shown in full view, most notably in "The Colossus".
* BerserkButton:
** Do ''not'' call him "boring".
** Do ''not'' badmouth his mother.
* TheFaceless: His face was always offscreen in season one. From season two onward his head is visible, but [[BlindingBangs his fur covers all of his facial figures]]. The two exceptions to this so far are a view of his ear when Gumball plays music into it in "The Colossus" and a brief shot in season three's "The Butterfly" showing Hector's mouth and nostrils when he falls down.
* GentleGiant: His mother [[EnforcedTrope makes sure he's always extremely calm and gentle]], because if he wasn't, he'd quickly wreck up the whole town. [[SubvertedTrope In practice]], everyone trying to avoid upsetting him [[HairTriggerTemper has left him rather thin-skinned and easily excited.]] In fact, according to a FreezeFrameBonus on "The Apology," one of the offenses that warrants a suspension from school is "upsetting Hector" (which also counts as "destruction of property").
-->'''Gumball:''' You're not boring, dude. You're nuts.
* MeaningfulName: His last name refers to Jötunheimr, the land of giants from Norse mythology. His first name is from the prefix "hecto-", which is a factor of 100.
* MulticoloredHair: It gradually changes color as you go up his body from purple, to orange, to reddish pink.
* OurGiantsAreBigger: He's taller than the building for the school he attends, and thus is only seen hanging around the playground. Judging by a comment he made about his dad on "The Hero" (he mentions his father's so big that three mountain climbers got stuck in his belly button), '''''he's not even fully grown yet'''''!

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\n* ArtEvolution: Sorta. In Season 1, originally the only thing BarrierMaiden: He holds so many jobs that his continued employment is required to keep Elmore's economy (and society as a whole) from spontaneously collapsing.
* CartoonCreature: [[https://twitter.com/#!/benbocquelet/status/171333727501295616 He's suppose to be]] a [[RockMonster rock-man]], but his design makes this slightly hard to tell.
* ChewToy: He
can be seen of hardly make an appearance where something terrible doesn't happen to him was -- usually just his feet due to him at the hands of the Watterson family.
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: Wears a shirt plus LongPants.
* FunnySchizophrenia: In "The Game", he takes a pizza
being too big ordered to fit in the screen. Other body parts of his would occasionally be seen also, but he never appeared in full body view. In Season 2, he still retains his original depiction but own address from time to time, a PrankCall, then argues with ''himself'' over who pays for it, ultimately throwing the pizza in his entire body would be shown in full view, most notably own face.
-->'''Larry:''' I think all these jobs are messing with my head.
* HumiliationConga: Goes through one at the hands of Gumball and Darwin
in "The Colossus".
* BerserkButton:
** Do ''not'' call
Laziest", as they get him "boring".
** Do ''not'' badmouth
fired while causing his mother.
* TheFaceless: His face was always offscreen in season one. From season two onward
car to be destroyed and girlfriend to dump him. [[UnexplainedRecovery He's back to normal by his head is visible, but [[BlindingBangs his fur covers all next appearance.]]
* NewJobAsThePlotDemands: Runs pretty much every shop in town and does a lot
of his facial figures]]. The two exceptions to this so far are a view of his ear when Gumball plays music into it other jobs as well that isn't already covered by other characters. {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d in the "The Colossus" and a brief shot Finale" where it is explained that because of the Wattersons' constant antics, he has to take on more than one job in season three's order to pay for all the damage they caused for him. In "The Butterfly" showing Hector's mouth and nostrils when he falls down.
* GentleGiant: His mother [[EnforcedTrope makes sure
Pizza", it turns out he's always extremely calm and gentle]], because if he wasn't, he'd quickly wreck up the whole town. [[SubvertedTrope In practice]], everyone ''only'' one in town doing many of these things (including pest control worker[[note]]even though "The Shell" showed that a cockroach, ironically, is the town's pest control worker...unless he got fired for shooting Nicole with a tranquilizer dart while trying to avoid upsetting him [[HairTriggerTemper has left him rather thin-skinned subdue Penny during her shapeshifting freak-out and easily excited.]] In fact, according to a FreezeFrameBonus on "The Apology," one of Larry took over[[/note]], police station accountant, and roadside repairman), and if he goes, the offenses town's economy falls.
* ThatManIsDead: He used to be "Lazy Larry", the laziest person in Elmore, but after he lost
that warrants a suspension from school is "upsetting Hector" (which also counts as "destruction of property").
-->'''Gumball:''' You're not boring, dude. You're nuts.
* MeaningfulName: His last name refers
title to Jötunheimr, the land of giants from Norse mythology. His first name is from the prefix "hecto-", which is a factor of 100.
* MulticoloredHair: It gradually changes color as you go up
Richard he's been trying to get his body from purple, to orange, to reddish pink.
* OurGiantsAreBigger: He's taller than the building for the school he attends,
life together and thus is only seen hanging around the playground. Judging by a comment he made about his dad on "The Hero" (he mentions his father's so big that three mountain climbers got stuck in his belly button), '''''he's not even fully grown yet'''''!doesn't like being called "Lazy Larry" anymore.



[[folder:Idaho]]
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-->Voiced by Kerry Shale (season 1), Hugo Harold-Harrison (season 2 onward)

A [[AnthropomorphicFood potato]] from a farm on the outskirts of Elmore.

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[[folder:Idaho]]
[[folder:Richwood High Tennis Team]]
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-->Voiced by Kerry Shale (season 1), Hugo Harold-Harrison (season 2 onward)

(Carlton), Fergus Craig (Troy), Steve Furst (Mr. Kreese)

A [[AnthropomorphicFood potato]] from a farm trio of [[StylisticSuck poorly-animated]] (looking similar to how humans are animated in most 1980s cartoons, like ''GIJoeARealAmericanHero'' or anything by {{Filmation}}) humans: two high-school tennis players named Carlton and Troy and their coach, Mr. Kreese. They're the only humans to appear on the outskirts show in person (not counting Santa Claus, who may be a sort of Elmore.elf/fairy).



* AmericanAccents: Appalachian.
* BlackBeadEyes
* {{Cephalothorax}}
* CountryMouse: He commutes to school from a farm and doesn't know what a TV is.
* DisneyDeath: When he appears to die in "The Bumpkin", his parents bury him, and after a short time in the "dirt bath" he pops out good as new.
* GoodOlBoy: He's a jovial hick.
* MeaningfulName: He's a potato named after a state famous for producing potatoes.
* PlantPerson: A walking, talking potato.

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* AmericanAccents: Appalachian.
AmbiguouslyBrown: Troy has a somewhat dark skin tone, but it might just be a tan.
* BlackBeadEyes
* {{Cephalothorax}}
* CountryMouse: He commutes to school from a farm
BunnyEarsLawyer: In spite of their delusional behavior, Carlton and doesn't know what a TV is.
* DisneyDeath: When he appears
Troy are actually extremely skilled at playing tennis. The one time Gumball actually tried to die in "The Bumpkin", return one of their serves, the spin alone was enough to tear the racket out of his parents bury him, hand.
* DefeatMeansFriendship: Ironically it's after ''they'' win that Darwin
and Gumball get their respect. They're impressed that Gumball managed to keep playing after a short time in the "dirt bath" he pops out good as new.
* GoodOlBoy: He's a jovial hick.
* MeaningfulName: He's a potato named
minor injury, despite neither one trying to win before or after a state famous it.
* TheDividual: Carlton and Troy are,
for producing potatoes.
most purposes, the same person.
* PlantPerson: A walking, talking potato.{{Expy}}: Carlton/Troy and Mr. Kreese blatantly parody the arrogant but honorable student/ruthless coach dynamic of Johnny and John Kreese in ''Film/TheKarateKid''. Although unlike John Kreese, Mr. Kreese has a HeelFaceTurn.
* ImpossiblyTackyClothes: They wear extremely stereotypical [[OutdatedOutfit 1980s clothing]], including tennis shoes and high-socks with rainbow highlights, long wavy hair, rectangular shades, and brightly color sweaters worn as both clothing and accessories for the shoulder and waist at the same time.
* ManChild: Mr. Kreese engages in UnsportsmanlikeGloating with all the grace, eloquence, and enthusiasm of a five-year old.
* NonStandardCharacterDesign: Their designs look like they're from a 70s or 80s cartoon made by Creator/{{Filmation}} or Creator/{{Sunbow|Entertainment}}. Even with the show's extremely diverse art style they're all ''very'' out of place.
* OpposingSportsTeam: Relentlessly parodied: all three continuously insist that they're "more hardcore" than Darwin and Gumball, despite facing no disagreement, and [[TheThingThatWouldNotLeave won't stop bothering them]] until the two accept their challenge to prove it.
* {{Retraux}}: Their 80s-ness extends not just to their clothes and character design, but also their ''animation'': their movement are all very choppy, they make flamboyant mannerisms reminiscent of ''Anime/SpeedRacer'', [[http://theamazingworldofgumball.wikia.com/wiki/File:Sweatershardcore.png closeups]] show them with non-uniform outlines and bleeding colors to make them look like they're cel-animated, and there are some [[StylisticSuck deliberate art errors]] like Carlton suddenly having freckles for just one scene.
* RichBastard: Carlton threatens to have his rich dad [[SavingTheOrphanage bulldoze Elmore Junior High to make a golf course]] if Gumball and Darwin don't have a tennis match with them.
* TokenHuman: They are the only human character seen in-person. However, Carlton, Troy, Mr. Kreese, and the background characters of Richwood High are animated rather than live-action like the humans shown on television, so they [[AmbiguouslyHuman might not be quite the same thing]].
* WrongGenreSavvy: All of them act like they're in a cheesy 80s sports movie when they're really in an episode of a cartoon parodying those movies. Unfortunately, their presence seems [[InfectiousInsanity to cause almost everyone else to act the same.]]



[[folder:Jamie]]
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-->Voiced by Jessica [=MacDonald=] (seasons 1-2), Maria Teresa Creasey (season 3 onward)

A schoolyard bully that [[CartoonCreature vaguely resembles a minotaur]], animated in 3D.

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[[folder:Jamie]]
[[folder:Gaylord Robinson]]
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-->Voiced by Jessica [=MacDonald=] (seasons 1-2), Maria Teresa Creasey (season 3 Rupert Degas (Season 1), Stefan Ashton Frank (Season 2 onward)

A schoolyard bully that The Watterson's cranky neighbor who appears to be [[CartoonCreature vaguely resembles a minotaur]], animated in 3D.sort of Muppet creature]] or a [[LivingToys muppet come to life]]. In spite of his attitude, Gumball and Darwin adore him.



* BarbaricBully: You don't get much more barbaric than tearing off someone's arm and spitting it at them.
* BlindingBangs: She has these now in season 3.
* CartoonCreature[=/=]MixAndMatchCritters: Has horns like a bull, but a lion's tail and the body of a human. Darwin insults her by claiming she's a "half-cow, half-troglodyte". To make it weirder, her mother is [[spoiler:a giant red cube]] and her father is probably the same species as her but with a pointy hair or hat with straight horns and without a tail.
* ComedicSociopathy: Fed Anton to ducks? Check. Tore off Teri's arm and spat it at her? Check. Made Sarah and Banana Joe into an ice cream sundae? Check!
-->'''Gumball:''' Coach saw what we were all too blind to see. That you're really a sweet, kind... orange thing with, uh, a hat or a wig or some kind of a helmet and horns that we're proud to call our friend.
* EvenBadWomenLoveTheirMamas: As mean as she is, she immediately toes the line anytime her mother ([[spoiler:the Coach]]) is around.
* EvenEvilHasStandards: She's no doubt a bully, but she was just as upset as the others when they thought Gumball kissed Carmen in front of Alan.
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: Although she's easy to mistake as a HalfDressedCartoonAnimal because her shirt is so similar to her skin in color.
* InformedAbility: The characters page on the official website describes her as being a bully because Ms. Simian [[HeldBackInSchool held her back a year]] so she developed an extreme resentment for authority and her new classmates, which was never mentioned in the show. It also says she is Tina's sidekick, but the two were only shown working together once in "The Fight" where Jamie's presence was not commented upon.
* JerkWithAHeartOfJerk: She only apologized to Gumball when Coach came into the scene because she was afraid of getting into trouble, or Coach getting angry.
* PerpetualFrowner: Her default facial expression in season three is a frown. Before that she was, ironically, [[PerpetualSmiler almost always smiling]].
* RedHeadedBully: Her worst acts of bullying include feeding Anton (a piece of toast) to ducks, ripping Teri's (a paper doll) leg off and spitting it back at her ''a la'' a spitball, and turning Sarah and Banana Joe into an ice cream sundae while Sarah staggers around with no head and Joe screams.
* SillyWalk: She doesn't have knees, so she basically goose-steps when she walks.

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* BarbaricBully: You don't get much more barbaric than tearing off someone's arm BigOlUnibrow
* CrankyNeighbor[=/=]GrumpyOldMan: Mr. Robinson's smug sense of superiority toward the Wattersons is one of his only sources of enjoyment,
and spitting it at them.
* BlindingBangs: She has these now in season 3.
* CartoonCreature[=/=]MixAndMatchCritters: Has horns like a bull, but a lion's tail and the body of a human. Darwin insults her by claiming she's a "half-cow, half-troglodyte". To make it weirder, her mother is [[spoiler:a giant red cube]] and her father is probably the same species as her but
he's constantly trying to find something wrong with a pointy hair or hat with straight horns and them, going so far as to camp in his trash can all day to find out if they were using it without a tail.
* ComedicSociopathy: Fed Anton
his permission. He even sometimes drives his car around town, trying to ducks? Check. Tore off Teri's arm make as many people miserable as possible.
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal
* HappilyMarried: He
and spat it at her? Check. Made Sarah and Banana Joe into an ice cream sundae? Check!
-->'''Gumball:''' Coach saw what we were all too blind to see. That you're really a sweet, kind... orange thing with, uh, a hat or a wig or some kind of a helmet and horns that we're proud to call our friend.
his wife Margaret are "happily" married because they argue, ''a lot''.
* EvenBadWomenLoveTheirMamas: As mean as she is, she immediately toes the line anytime her mother ([[spoiler:the Coach]]) is around.
* EvenEvilHasStandards: She's no doubt
HiddenDepths: Despite his uptight personality, he has a bully, but she was just as upset as the others when they thought Gumball kissed Carmen in front love of Alan.
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: Although she's easy to mistake as a HalfDressedCartoonAnimal because her shirt is so similar to her skin in color.
* InformedAbility: The characters page on the official website describes her as being a bully because Ms. Simian [[HeldBackInSchool held her back a year]] so she developed an extreme resentment for authority
dance, and her new classmates, which was never mentioned gives a big musical performance in the show. It also says she is Tina's sidekick, but the two were only shown working together once in "The Fight" where Jamie's presence was not commented upon.
his first episode.
* JerkWithAHeartOfJerk: She only apologized to Gumball when Coach came into the scene because she was afraid of getting into trouble, or Coach getting angry.
* PerpetualFrowner: Her default facial expression in season three is a frown. Before that she was, ironically, [[PerpetualSmiler almost always smiling]].
* RedHeadedBully: Her worst acts of bullying include feeding Anton (a piece of toast) to ducks, ripping Teri's (a paper doll) leg off and spitting it back at her ''a la'' a spitball, and turning Sarah and Banana Joe into an ice cream sundae while Sarah staggers around with no head and Joe screams.
* SillyWalk: She
HopelessWithTech[=/=]TechnologicallyBlindElders: He doesn't have knees, so she basically goose-steps when she walks.know how to program his alarm clock (he says this himself ''as he sees someone else is doing it'') and mistakes a video camera for a musical instrument.
* LookalikeLovers: Broadly; he and his wife are both CGI muppets with the same nose and color scheme, but their hair and body shapes are entirely different. Strangely, their son has his father's body shape, but neither the color or nose his parents share.
* MarionetteMotion: [[InvokedTrope Invoked]], given [[Creator/JimHenson what]] [[TheMuppetShow he's based]] [[{{Muppet}} off of]].



[[folder:Juke]]
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-->Voiced by Beatbox Hobbit (in music mode), Hugo Harold-Harrison (in voice mode)

A short humanoid with a boombox for a head.

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[[folder:Juke]]
[[folder:Margaret Robinson]]
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-->Voiced by Beatbox Hobbit (in music mode), Hugo Harold-Harrison (in voice mode)

A short humanoid with a boombox for a head.
Teresa Gallagher

Mr. Robinson's wife, another [[CartoonCreature muppet creature]], who speaks only in mumbles.



* BigOlUnibrow: His buttons visually invoke a unibrow, but they do not [[ExpressiveMask move with his facial expressions]]. [[ArtEvolution In season two]] he [[SuddenAnatomy gains regular eyebrows]] when necessary.
* ForeignExchangeStudent: He's from some country in a continent called Boomboxembourg.

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* BigOlUnibrow: His buttons visually invoke a unibrow, CrankyNeighbor: She doesn't go out of her way to antagonize the Watterson as much, but they do not [[ExpressiveMask move with his facial expressions]]. [[ArtEvolution In season two]] he [[SuddenAnatomy gains regular eyebrows]] when necessary.
* ForeignExchangeStudent: He's
clearly hates them as well and enjoys cutting flowers from some country in a continent called Boomboxembourg.her garden just because she can.



* LineBoil: Very subdued compared to most examples, but his outline shakes slightly.
* TheUnintelligible: He speaks (and ''writes'') in beat box and as a foreign exchange student everyone assumes he's speaking a foreign language. He actually ''knows'' how to speak English fine, but when a switch on his head is in the wrong position he can only play music instead of talking. Since he can't reach the switch or tell anyone else, it's been stuck like that for over two years.

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* LineBoil: Very subdued compared to most examples, but his outline shakes slightly.
HappilyMarried: See Mr. Robinson's entry above.
* HartmanHips: Her body shape is basically a tiny torso on top of large, egg-shaped hips.
* LookalikeLovers
* TheUnintelligible: He She speaks (and ''writes'') only in beat box unintelligible grunts and as a foreign exchange student everyone assumes he's speaking a foreign language. He actually ''knows'' how to speak English fine, but when a switch on his head is grumbles. Her husband [[IntelligibleUnintelligible can understand her]] at least, albeit with some difficulty.
* YourCheatingHeart: In "The Boss," while Mr. Robinson was
in the wrong position he can only play music instead hospital, suffering from a stuffing deficiency, she ran off to go on an island vacation and nearly married one of talking. Since he can't reach the switch or tell anyone else, it's been stuck like that for over two years.sailors she met there.



[[folder:Leslie]]
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[[folder:Leslie]]
[[folder:Sal Left Thumb]]
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A sensitive [[AnimateInanimateObject flower]].

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A sensitive [[AnimateInanimateObject flower]].giant thumb print]] and resident career criminal. Though not seen often in the series, his face is shown on a lot of wanted posters posted on walls, fences, and in stores (with a cash reward of $25 if caught).



* AmbiguouslyGay: Mostly blatantly shown in "The Mustache", when Gumball's butt suddenly becomes incredibly muscular and Leslie just stares. In "The Pressure", he's shown hanging out with a group of girls throughout the episode, with his presence never being noted; the other male characters mention him when talking about "the girls", and wordlessly joins in their expressions of interest in the idea of watching or kissing boys.
-->'''Leslie:''' There's a lot of things you don't know about me, Gumball.
* GenderBlenderName: Male, despite the name and appearance.
* {{Malaproper}}: He keeps mispronouncing things in "The Words", much to Darwin's annoyance.
* NiceGuy: He was very willing to forgive and make friends with Gumball after his insane feats of jealousy in "The Flower".
* PlantPerson: A walking, talking flower.
* RealMenWearPink: Leslie has pink flower petals and is the only male cheerleader of his school's team.
* StrawVegetarian: {{Inverted|Trope}}; as a plant, he refuses to eat vegetables and tries to bug Penny into ''only'' eating meat.

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* AmbiguouslyGay: Mostly blatantly AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Only wears a mask.
* AmericanAccents: Has a thick Bronx-accent.
* AstonishinglyAppropriateAppearance: He's a criminal and a walking piece of forensic evidence.
* BlatantBurglar: He's always
shown wearing a DominoMask, except a flashback that showed him as a kid.
* ImprobableWeaponUser: He uses a ''[[FunnySpoon spoon]]'' to rob people. He never actually uses it for anything but threatening people; it's basically a [[ExaggeratedTrope very over-the-top]] form of FamilyFriendlyFirearms.
* SphereEyes
* VerbalTic: Says 'suckers' a lot, which is what eventually gets him
in trouble at the end of "The Mustache", when Gumball's butt suddenly becomes incredibly muscular and Leslie just stares. In "The Pressure", he's shown hanging out with a group of girls throughout the episode, with his presence never being noted; the other male characters mention him when talking about "the girls", and wordlessly joins in their expressions of interest in the idea of watching or kissing boys.
-->'''Leslie:''' There's a lot of things you don't know about me, Gumball.
* GenderBlenderName: Male, despite the name and appearance.
* {{Malaproper}}: He keeps mispronouncing things in "The Words", much to Darwin's annoyance.
* NiceGuy: He was very willing to forgive and make friends with Gumball after his insane feats of jealousy in "The Flower".
* PlantPerson: A walking, talking flower.
* RealMenWearPink: Leslie has pink flower petals and is the only male cheerleader of his school's team.
* StrawVegetarian: {{Inverted|Trope}}; as a plant, he refuses to eat vegetables and tries to bug Penny into ''only'' eating meat.
Spoon".



[[folder:Masami]]
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-->Voiced by Jessica [=MacDonald=]

A [[AnimateInanimateObject white cloud]] obsessed with popularity and generally having her way.

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[[folder:Masami]]
[[folder:Senior Citizens]]
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-->Voiced by Jessica [=MacDonald=]

Dan Russell (Marvin), Maria Teresa Creasey (Betty, Season 3), Gillian Hanna (Betty, Season 4 on), Shane Rimmer (Louie)

A group of old people usually seen sitting together on a lawn. They include [[FunnyAnimal a mouse]] named Louie, [[CartoonCreature a red jelly bean-looking blob]] named Marvin Finklehimer, a lady who appears to be [[AnimateInanimateObject white cloud]] obsessed with popularity a segment of a green chalkboard]] named Betty, and generally having her way.a man [[CartoonCreature that looks like a collection of plaid patterns]].



* BlackBeadEyes: Her eyes actually appear to be a pair of holes in her face, but give this appearance.
* AttentionWhore: Masami is always trying to impress the other girls, faking a relationship with Darwin to seem more mature and partially being interested in Alan because she thought they'd make a popular couple.
* FlyingFace: She has no limbs, just a face on a cloud.
* GlowingEyesOfDoom: When she's angry, her eyes have an electric glow to them.
* JerkAss: The most consistently bitchy character in the show.
* ManipulativeBastard: Forces Darwin to be her boyfriend and then fake-cries to make him feel guilty when he tries to break it off then. After Gumball accidentally breaks up Carmen and Alan, she pretends to help them get back together with an OperationJealousy, but she actually wanted to be with Alan and tried to blackmail Gumball into keeping quiet.
* PetTheDog: In "The Tape", she lends her cell phone to Tobias so he can call his mother. She missed the point of his pick-up line, but it ''was'' uncharacteristically nice of her.
* RichBitch: {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d by Darwin in "The Words". One of the lyrics in his song, "What He Thinks About Us," states that Masami only has friends because she's from a rich family.
* SpoiledBrat: Daughter of the rainbow factory owner and has a smug sense of superiority.
* WeatherManipulation: Can pull off minor things like raining and lightning at will, and when she's really angry she can generate a stormy tornado around herself.
* {{Yandere}}: She lies to hook up with Alan in "The Storm" and starts destroying the school when he breaks up with her. She stops once she realizes he's "such a wet cheeseball" and loses interest.

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* BlackBeadEyes: Her eyes actually appear to be a pair of holes in her face, but give this appearance.
* AttentionWhore: Masami is always trying to impress the other girls, faking a relationship with Darwin to seem more mature
AscendedExtra: Marvin and partially being interested in Alan because she thought they'd make a popular couple.
* FlyingFace: She has no limbs, just a face on a cloud.
* GlowingEyesOfDoom: When she's angry, her eyes have an electric glow to them.
* JerkAss: The most consistently bitchy character in the show.
* ManipulativeBastard: Forces Darwin to be her boyfriend and then fake-cries to make him feel guilty when he tries to break it off then. After Gumball accidentally breaks
Louie end up Carmen and Alan, she pretends to help them get back together with an OperationJealousy, but she actually wanted to be with Alan and tried to blackmail Gumball into keeping quiet.
* PetTheDog: In "The Tape", she lends her cell phone to Tobias so he can call his mother. She missed the point of his pick-up line, but it ''was'' uncharacteristically nice of her.
* RichBitch: {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d by Darwin
getting major roles in "The Words". One of the lyrics in his song, "What He Thinks About Us," states that Masami only has friends because she's from a rich family.
* SpoiledBrat: Daughter of the rainbow factory owner
Watch" and has a smug sense of superiority.
* WeatherManipulation: Can pull off minor things like raining and lightning at will, and when she's really angry she can generate a stormy tornado around herself.
* {{Yandere}}: She lies to hook up with Alan in
"The Storm" Man", respectively.
* CoolOldGuy: Louie shows himself to be a very friendly
and starts destroying amiable person, despite Richard's refusal to let him date his mother. He can also dance (sort of).
* DecemberDecemberRomance: Louie is dating Granny Jojo.
* FeudingFamilies: Marvin hated
the school Wattersons because they'd been feuding with his family for generations over the possession of an old watch. They stop once both sides realize no one actually cares about the thing, but the feud briefly resumed once they find out it's worth a lot of money--then ends again when the watch is destroyed.
* RatedMForManly: Louie went against Richard in a "man off" and won every single event.
* ScatterbrainedSenior: When Louie is off his meds,
he breaks up mistakes a trash can for a young man trying to compete with her. She stops him in a dance contest.
* ViolentGlaswegian: The plaid man has a Scottish accent and agrees to let Gumball have his scooter if he can beat him in a fight, though [[SubvertedTrope he immediately gives up]]
once she he realizes he's "such a wet cheeseball" and loses interest.he can't even get out of his chair.



[[folder:Molly Collins]]
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-->Voiced by Jessica [=MacDonald=]

A dorky, black, boxy-looking [[FunnyAnimal sauropod]] who mostly appeared in season one. After being absent in season two, she appeared again in "The Void" with an explanation of why she was gone and why no one realized it.

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[[folder:Molly Collins]]
[[folder:Sheriff]]
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org/pmwiki/pub/images/260px-doughnut_s1_6751.png
-->Voiced by Jessica [=MacDonald=]

A dorky, black, boxy-looking [[FunnyAnimal sauropod]] who mostly appeared in season one. After being absent in season two, she appeared again in "The Void" with an explanation of why she was gone and why no one realized it.
Lewis [=MacLeod=] (Season 1), Dan Russell (Season 2 on)

The [[AnthropomorphicFood donut]] police officer most often seen around Elmore.



* TheBusCameBack: Reappears in "The Void." [[spoiler:Apparently the dynamics of the world deemed her too boring so she got sucked into a void full of bad ideas. Darwin, Mr. Small, and Gumball manage to get her out, and she's eventually seen back in the backgrounds again later in the season, even though she doesn't appear in classroom scenes that often]].
* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Disappears entirely from Miss Simian's class without explanation in season two, save for a single cameo in the background of a photo in "The Words".
* EverythingsBetterWithDinosaurs: A sauropod, although she looks more like a CartoonCreature.
* RetGone: [[spoiler:The reason for her disappearance]].

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* TheBusCameBack: Reappears BadassDriver: [[ExaggeratedTrope Taken to a ridiculous extent]] at the end of "The Law", where he drove a truck off the road using a ''stroller'' instead of one of the bikes conveniently located next to it.
* CarnivoreConfusion: His [[TrademarkFavoriteFood favorite food]] is doughnuts.
* {{Cephalothorax}}
* DonutMessWithACop: He's a cop ''and'' a living doughnut, as well as the page image.
* DrivesLikeCrazy: When he was trying to show that he could be "cool", he goes on a driving spree where snaking through mailboxes was the least crazy thing he did ("Darn, missed all of them!").
* EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep[=/=]NoNameGiven: He's never addressed by name and only even addressed by rank
in "The Void." [[spoiler:Apparently Car".
* {{Expy}}: He has a lot in common with Chief Wiggum from ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', though Doughnut Sheriff is slightly more competent than Chief Wiggum is. They're both even voiced with an Edward G. Robinson impression, and [[https://twitter.com/benbocquelet/status/618494419508043777 Wiggum is specifically cited as inspiration for
the dynamics of the world deemed her too boring so she got sucked into voice]].
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: Like ''Spongebob Squarepants'', being
a void full of bad ideas. Darwin, Mr. Small, dressed {{Cephalothorax}} results in him having [[DetachedSleeves sleeves for a shirt that isn't on his body.]]
* PoliceAreUseless: Zigzagged. There are times where he is competent
and Gumball manage to get her out, and she's eventually seen back does his job, but for every time that happens, there are at least three or four times he does something reckless that, in the backgrounds again later in real world, would have gotten him thrown off the season, even though she doesn't appear in classroom scenes that often]].
* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Disappears entirely from Miss Simian's class without explanation in season two, save for a single cameo in the background of a photo in "The Words".
* EverythingsBetterWithDinosaurs: A sauropod, although she looks more like a CartoonCreature.
* RetGone: [[spoiler:The reason for her disappearance]].
force years ago.



[[folder:Ocho]]
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-->Voiced by Max Cazier

A very-intense spider [[RefugeeFromTVLand from a late 1970s video game]], similar to the aliens from ''Space Invaders''.

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[[folder:Ocho]]
[[folder:Video Game Store Manager]]
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-->Voiced by Max Cazier

A very-intense spider [[RefugeeFromTVLand from a late 1970s
Dan Russell

The diminutive [[CartoonCreature plush toy-like]] manager of the Ripley 2000
video game]], similar to the aliens from ''Space Invaders''.store.



* AxCrazy: He could kill you for the slightest offense.
* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: He hasn't made a proper appearance since "The Tape", which was a Season 2 episode.
* TheDreaded: Gumball lives in fear of the guy when he's near. For good reason.
* FourLeggedInsect: A six-legged spider, but since he's a video game character this was probably an in-universe example caused by sprite limitations.
* HairTriggerTemper: He literally tries to kill Gumball for insulting him. [[ObliviouslyEvil He is not aware this kind of behavior is inappropriate]] because people are too terrified to give an honest answer whenever he asks if he's overreacted.
* MeaningfulName: Ocho is Spanish for Eight, like an 8-bit video game processor, though Ocho is based on [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfVideoGames a graphical style]] that's even older than [[UsefulNotes/The8bitEraOfConsoleVideoGames the games most people think of as "8-bit"]]. Spiders are known to have eight legs, though [[FourLeggedInsect he doesn't]].
* SuddenlyVoiced: He speaks normally in season two.
* TheUnintelligible: Spoke in ArcadeSounds in season one.

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* AxCrazy: He could kill you for the slightest offense.
* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: He hasn't made a proper appearance since "The Tape", which was a Season 2 episode.
* TheDreaded: Gumball lives in fear of the guy when
AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal[=/=]FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: Either he's near. For good reason.
* FourLeggedInsect: A six-legged spider, but since he's a video game character this was probably an in-universe example caused by sprite limitations.
* HairTriggerTemper: He literally tries to kill Gumball for insulting him. [[ObliviouslyEvil He is not aware this
wearing some kind of behavior is inappropriate]] because people are too terrified to give an honest answer whenever he asks if he's overreacted.
* MeaningfulName: Ocho is Spanish for Eight, like an 8-bit video game processor, though Ocho is based on [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfVideoGames a graphical style]]
coveralls (with teddy bear ears) or that's even older part of his body and the only article of clothing is his tie.
* TheBusCameBack: He was originally just a OneShotCharacter in "The Refund", then suddenly made a reappearance in "The Question" (on the part where Larry goes mad from the realization that his life is a grind) more
than [[UsefulNotes/The8bitEraOfConsoleVideoGames the games most people think two seasons later.
* HonestJohnsDealership: He absolutely refuses to give refunds for anything under any circumstances, and sold a paper shredder claiming it was a game console.
* {{Jerkass}}[=/=]MeanBoss: He makes Laurence admit it was ''his'' fault that there was traffic which caused him to be late (and probably make him say it like he means it). Then he hangs up on him.
* KillerRabbit: Subverted; despite what Needlemeyer insists, he's physically capable
of as "8-bit"]]. Spiders are known nothing more than slight annoyance. The person he was attacking just happened to have eight legs, though [[FourLeggedInsect he doesn't]].
be a complete wuss.
* SuddenlyVoiced: MoneyFetish: He speaks normally in season two.
makes ''[[WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants Mr. Krabs]]'' look generous.
* TheUnintelligible: Spoke in ArcadeSounds in season one.TheNapoleon: Short and incredibly aggressive.



[[folder:Penny Fitzgerald]]
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-->Voiced by Teresa Gallagher

A good-natured [[AnimateInanimateObject peanut]] [[MixAndMatchCreatures with antlers.]] [[spoiler:Underneath the peanut shell, she's some sort of ghost-like shapeshifter with antlers.]]

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[[folder:Penny Fitzgerald]]
[[folder:Harold Wilson]]
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-->Voiced by Teresa Gallagher

A good-natured [[AnimateInanimateObject peanut]] [[MixAndMatchCreatures with antlers.]] [[spoiler:Underneath the peanut shell, she's some sort of ghost-like shapeshifter with antlers.]]
Kerry Shale

Tobias's father and Jackie's HenpeckedHusband, another [[CartoonCreature many-colored stylized cloud]]



* ArtEvolution: Went from [[http://images2.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20111212062218/theamazingworldofgumball/images/thumb/f/f1/ThePressure9.png/300px-ThePressure9.png this]] during season 1, to what you see above in season 2 up until the season three episode "The Shell."
* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Only wears shoes and a sweatband on her arms. [[spoiler:After she literally broke out of her shell and revealed that she's a shape-shifting spirit, she no longer wears any clothing normally, but puts the sweatbands back on (plus a third one on her head) when cheerleading.]]
* BeautifulAllAlong: [[spoiler: In "The Shell", it's shown that Penny is a flying, multicolored creature with wings, who morphs into different shapes depending on her mood. Gumball definitely thinks she looks "extraordinary". Penny wasn't by any means "ugly" before, just decent-looking, compared to the form she was hiding beneath.]]
* BlackBeadEyes: Like Masami, her eyes have the appearance of Black Bead Eyes, but actually seem to be holes in her shell--Gumball once said she looked like a "coconut with holes in it". Given her shell turns out to be removable, it could be considered a form of ExpressiveMask.
* TheCheerleader: She is, technically, a cheerleader. But the malicious version described in this trope is averted.
* InterspeciesRomance: With Gumball.
* InvoluntaryShapeshifter: [[spoiler:Her real form inside her shell. How she looks [[PsychoactivePowers depends upon her self-image]] and possibly other emotions, from a rabbit, to a dragon, to a form that looks somewhat similar to how she was with the shell still on. Being distressed or confused causes her to [[ShapeshifterSwanSong rapidly change between forms]]. She still always [[MorphicResonance has antlers]], though.]]
* LittleMissSnarker: Penny can be amazingly snarky when putting down [[CasanovaWannabe Tobias]].
* MoralityPet: {{Downplayed}}. While Gumball is far from anything evil or even a straight {{Jerkass}}, Penny is probably the only person he never speaks sarcastically or cynically towards.
* NiceGirl: Popular, cheerleader, and sweet as can be. In "The Bros", she told Gumball she needed space just so he and Darwin can have time to repair their friendship as the latter was very envious about Penny getting attention from him and she doesn't hold a grudge about it since she also cares for Darwin's well-being.
* NotSoAboveItAll: The end of "The Flower" shows she's capable of the same illogical jealously that Gumball had been going through.
* OfficialCouple: with Gumball
* RelationshipUpgrade: [[spoiler:After their BigDamnKiss at the end of "The Shell" she and Gumball are now dating.]]
* TheRunaway: In "The Shell", she decides to run away from home and [[spoiler:go live in the forest, because she believes everyone, even her dad, thinks she's a monster. Gumball convinces her to come back.]]
* ShapeshifterDefaultForm: [[spoiler:It's not clear whether it's a Type A or B, but when she isn't worried about what other people think of her, under her shell she looks similar to how she did with it on, but with red and orange skin, a larger head, [[WingsDoNothing static]] wing-like appendages, and [[PowerpuffGirlHands no hands or feet]].]]
* SingleTargetSexuality: The only person Penny is romantically interested in is Gumball.
* SingleWomanSeeksGoodMan: Penny is romantically interested in the fundamentally good guy, Gumball. [[spoiler:They become an OfficialCouple after Gumball convinces her she's not the monster she thinks she is.]]
** In "The Sweaters", after she finds out that Gumball (along with Darwin) was challenged to a tennis fight with two kids from Richwood High she gave this bit of dialogue:
-->''Gumball! I heard you're gonna sacrifice yourself to save the school. I know it's heroic and selfless and- (looks aside) kind of attractive. ''
** On their [[spoiler:first date in "The Burden"]], Penny also liked Gumball showing his paternal side to the school's pet hamster. Heck, she even called his side ''"attractive"''.
* SmittenTeenageGirl: With Gumball. Technically, Pennny is "tweenage".
* TinyGuyHugeGirl: Penny is always shown as being taller than Gumball, though by how much varies by scene.
* TwiceShy: Her feelings for Gumball are mutual, but both struggle to confess to each other. [[spoiler: As of "The Shell", they're official.]]

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* ArtEvolution: Went from [[http://images2.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20111212062218/theamazingworldofgumball/images/thumb/f/f1/ThePressure9.png/300px-ThePressure9.png this]] during season 1, to what you see above in season 2 up until the season three episode "The Shell."
* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Only wears Wears only a tie and the front of a collar--he doesn't even wear shoes like his son does.
* {{Cephalothorax}}
* DirtyCoward: When Harold
and a sweatband on his wife think they're in danger, he claims he can handle it, [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere but then just runs away, leaving her arms. [[spoiler:After she literally broke out of her shell and revealed that she's a shape-shifting spirit, she no longer wears any clothing normally, but puts the sweatbands back on (plus a third one on her head) when cheerleading.]]
behind]].
* BeautifulAllAlong: [[spoiler: HenpeckedHusband: In "The Shell", it's shown that Penny is a flying, multicolored creature with wings, who morphs into different shapes depending on her mood. Gumball definitely thinks she looks "extraordinary". Penny wasn't by any means "ugly" before, just decent-looking, compared to the form she was hiding beneath.]]
* BlackBeadEyes: Like Masami, her eyes have the appearance of Black Bead Eyes, but actually seem to be holes in her shell--Gumball once said she looked like a "coconut with holes in it". Given her shell turns out to be removable, it could be considered a form of ExpressiveMask.
* TheCheerleader: She is, technically, a cheerleader. But the malicious version described in this trope is averted.
* InterspeciesRomance: With Gumball.
* InvoluntaryShapeshifter: [[spoiler:Her real form inside her shell. How she looks [[PsychoactivePowers depends upon her self-image]] and possibly other emotions, from a rabbit, to a dragon, to a form that looks somewhat similar to how she was
Castle," he stays with the shell still on. Being distressed or confused causes her to [[ShapeshifterSwanSong rapidly change between forms]]. She still always [[MorphicResonance has antlers]], though.]]
* LittleMissSnarker: Penny can be amazingly snarky when putting down [[CasanovaWannabe Tobias]].
* MoralityPet: {{Downplayed}}. While Gumball is far from anything evil or even a straight {{Jerkass}}, Penny is probably the only person he never speaks sarcastically or cynically towards.
* NiceGirl: Popular, cheerleader, and sweet as can be. In "The Bros", she told Gumball she needed space just so he and Darwin can have time to repair their friendship as the latter was very envious about Penny getting attention from him and she doesn't hold a grudge about it since she also cares for Darwin's well-being.
* NotSoAboveItAll: The end of "The Flower" shows she's capable of the same illogical jealously that Gumball had been going through.
* OfficialCouple: with Gumball
* RelationshipUpgrade: [[spoiler:After their BigDamnKiss at the end of "The Shell" she and Gumball are now dating.]]
* TheRunaway: In "The Shell", she decides to run away from home and [[spoiler:go live in the forest,
Wattersons because she believes everyone, even her dad, thinks she's a monster. Gumball convinces her Jackie won't let him be himself at home. Taken to come back.]]
* ShapeshifterDefaultForm: [[spoiler:It's not clear whether it's a Type A or B, but when she isn't worried about what other people think of her, under her shell she looks similar to how she did with it on, but with red and orange skin, a larger head, [[WingsDoNothing static]] wing-like appendages, and [[PowerpuffGirlHands no hands or feet]].]]
* SingleTargetSexuality: The only person Penny is romantically interested in is Gumball.
* SingleWomanSeeksGoodMan: Penny is romantically interested in the fundamentally good guy, Gumball. [[spoiler:They become an OfficialCouple after Gumball convinces her she's not the monster she thinks she is.]]
** In "The Sweaters", after she finds out that Gumball (along with Darwin) was challenged to a tennis fight with two kids from Richwood High she gave this bit of dialogue:
-->''Gumball! I heard you're gonna sacrifice yourself to save the school. I know it's heroic and selfless and- (looks aside) kind of attractive. ''
** On their [[spoiler:first date
extremes in "The Burden"]], Penny also liked Gumball showing his paternal side Pizza," when Harold is shown on a leash and barking when Jackie emerges from the wrecked van, symbolizing how Harold is treated like a dog[[note]]or, if you want to get vulgar, "is a bitch."[[/note]]
* NoSenseOfPersonalSpace: He likes poking people for no reason, and even went
to the school's pet hamster. Heck, she even called his side ''"attractive"''.
* SmittenTeenageGirl: With Gumball. Technically, Pennny is "tweenage".
* TinyGuyHugeGirl: Penny is always shown as being taller than Gumball, though by how much varies by scene.
* TwiceShy: Her feelings for Gumball are mutual, but both struggle to confess to each other. [[spoiler: As of
Watterson house in "The Shell", they're official.]]Castle" so his wife wouldn't stop him.



[[folder:Sarah G. Lato]]
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-->Voiced by Jessica [=MacDonald=]

An [[AnthropomorphicFood ice cream scoop in a cone]] who transferred to Elmore Junior High in the second season.

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[[folder:Sarah G. Lato]]
[[folder:Jackie Wilson]]
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-->Voiced by Jessica [=MacDonald=]

An [[AnthropomorphicFood ice cream scoop in
Teresa Gallagher

Tobias's mother, also
a cone]] who transferred to Elmore Junior High in the second season.[[CartoonCreature rainbow cloud person]], albeit a [[BizarreSexualDimorphism very different looking one.]]



* AscendedExtra: She was a background character until late in season 2.
* BlushSticker: She has oval-shaped ones on her cheeks at all times.
* HeldBackInSchool: Strangely, she's in Ms. Simian's 7th grade class even though she was previous attending Richwood ''High'', [[FridgeLogic which would imply her transfer involved going back at least two grades]]. This is probably just an oversight on the writers' part.
* HugeSchoolgirl: With the exception of Tina, she's the tallest girl at the school.
* TheMillstone: In "The Sweaters", she keeps pushing for Darwin and Gumball to fight the kids from her old school, [[HypocriticalHumor despite saying they're not to be messed with]], even going behind Gumball and Darwin's backs to provoke them. Some of the pictures in "The Fan" implied Sarah was stalking Darwin and Gumball even before transferring to Elmore, so it's a strong possibility she was solely responsible for Gumball and Darwin's "reputation" at said school that brought the pair in the first place.
-->'''Gumball:''' (watching Sarah hanging around his house) This girl's trouble, man.
* LoonyFan: She's obsessed with following Darwin and Gumball's adventures, sometimes trying to get them into more or fit herself into them.
* LosingYourHead: The ice cream part of her can fall off the cone (as seen in "The Coach" and "The Allergy"), but it doesn't seem to do anything to her. Her body can even move independently, though this is difficult for obvious reasons.
* NewTransferStudent: In "The Sweaters" it's explained she transferred to Elmore Junior High from Richwood High. In "The Fan" she lets it slip that she transferred just to be closer to Darwin and Gumball.
* PunnyName: A gelato (G. Lato) is a frozen Italian dessert that's a lot like ice cream, though Sarah is modeled after American-style ice cream.
* RememberTheNewGuy: Sarah showed up in the background of most of season two, [[InvertedTrope but was introduced in one of the season's last episodes ("The Sweaters") as if she's just transferred then]]. Her one speaking role before that in "The Voice" did show that Darwin and Gumball didn't know her yet.
* SphereEyes
* StalkerWithACrush: Her fascination with Gumball and Darwin goes UpToEleven in "The Fan", including a StalkerShrine and video of her watching them in secret.
* StrawFan: She has a lot of traits of a stereotypical fangirl: she draws [[TerribleArtist very bad]] {{animesque}} fanart and writes overly-dramatic, romantic fanfiction about Gumball, Darwin, [[SelfInsertFic and herself]]. Darwin and Gumball end up humoring her and acting it out to cheer her up (before tearing it to shreds).
* Tuckerization: She is [[http://imaginationstudios.cartoonnetwork.co.uk/video/meet-the-executive-producer-of-gumball/ named after]] the series' executive producer, Sarah Fell.
* WrongGenreSavvy: Aggressively so. Sarah tends to force the boys into whatever kind of story strikes her fancy that week. She even brings her own soundtrack.

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* AscendedExtra: She was a background character until late in season 2.
* BlushSticker:
AmericanAccents: She has oval-shaped ones on a very nasally Joisey accent, similar to [[WesternAnimation/SouthPark Sheila Brovlofski]].
* {{Jerkass}}: many of
her cheeks at all times.
* HeldBackInSchool: Strangely, she's in Ms. Simian's 7th grade class even though she was previous attending Richwood ''High'', [[FridgeLogic which would imply
scenes shows her transfer involved going back at least two grades]]. This is probably just as an oversight on the writers' part.
unpleasant and rude person.
* HugeSchoolgirl: With the exception of Tina, she's the tallest girl at the school.
* TheMillstone:
LikeParentLikeChild: In "The Sweaters", Mothers" she keeps pushing for Darwin and Gumball to fight the kids from her old school, [[HypocriticalHumor despite saying they're not to be messed with]], even going behind Gumball and Darwin's backs to provoke them. Some of the pictures in "The Fan" implied Sarah was stalking Darwin and Gumball even before transferring to Elmore, so it's a strong possibility she was solely responsible for Gumball and Darwin's "reputation" at said school that brought the pair in the first place.
-->'''Gumball:''' (watching Sarah hanging around his house) This girl's trouble, man.
* LoonyFan: She's obsessed with following Darwin and Gumball's adventures, sometimes trying to get them into more or fit
shows herself into them.
* LosingYourHead: The ice cream part of her can fall off the cone (as seen in "The Coach" and "The Allergy"), but it doesn't seem to do anything to her. Her body can even move independently, though this is difficult for obvious reasons.
* NewTransferStudent: In "The Sweaters" it's explained she transferred to Elmore Junior High from Richwood High. In "The Fan" she lets it slip that she transferred just
to be closer to Darwin and Gumball.
* PunnyName: A gelato (G. Lato) is a frozen Italian dessert that's
a lot like ice cream, though Sarah is modeled after American-style ice cream.
* RememberTheNewGuy: Sarah showed up in the background of most of season two, [[InvertedTrope but was introduced in one of the season's last episodes ("The Sweaters") as if she's just transferred then]]. Her one speaking role before that in "The Voice" did show that Darwin and Gumball didn't know her yet.
* SphereEyes
* StalkerWithACrush: Her fascination
Tobias, even working with Gumball and Darwin goes UpToEleven in "The Fan", including a StalkerShrine and video of her watching them in secret.
* StrawFan: She has a lot of traits of a stereotypical fangirl: she draws [[TerribleArtist very bad]] {{animesque}} fanart and writes overly-dramatic, romantic fanfiction about Gumball, Darwin, [[SelfInsertFic and herself]]. Darwin and Gumball end up humoring her and acting it out
him to cheer her up (before tearing it to shreds).
* Tuckerization: She is [[http://imaginationstudios.cartoonnetwork.co.uk/video/meet-the-executive-producer-of-gumball/ named after]]
cheat at the series' executive producer, Sarah Fell.
* WrongGenreSavvy: Aggressively so. Sarah tends to force the boys into whatever kind of story strikes her fancy that week. She even brings her own soundtrack.
Mom-off.



[[folder:Sussie]]
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-->Voiced by Ben Bocquelet (wails, screams, and laughs), Aurelie Charbonnier[[labelnote:*]]Also plays the physical puppet in all seasons[[/labelnote]] (Season 1, speaking), Fergus Craig (Season 2, speaking)

An obnoxious live-action [[CartoonCreature chin puppet]] who can't stop eating and is considered gross and a bit of an outcast.

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[[folder:Sussie]]
[[folder:Rachel Wilson]]
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-->Voiced by Ben Bocquelet (wails, screams, and laughs), Aurelie Charbonnier[[labelnote:*]]Also plays the physical puppet in all seasons[[/labelnote]] (Season 1, speaking), Fergus Craig (Season 2, speaking)

An obnoxious live-action
Jessica [=MacDonald=]

Tobias's older sister, another
[[CartoonCreature chin puppet]] who can't stop eating and is considered gross and a bit of an outcast.many-colored cloud person]].



* {{All Loving Hero}}ine: "Sussie likes everything in the world".
* BigEater: Rarely seen not eating.
* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: She acts extremely spacey. At one point she held a party and "practiced" welcoming guest by randomly opening the door to greet thin air.
* FatBastard: Less bastard and more just plain annoying and gross.
* FatIdiot: Moreso in season 2.
* FatSlob: Complete with JabbaTableManners.
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: Her lower half is shown [[http://theamazingworldofgumball.wikia.com/wiki/File:Ponything.png extremely few times]], but these times show she wears shoes.
* HiddenDepths: In "The Question," she turns out to be more philosophical than she lets out, citing probably the most insightful answer to Gumball and Darwin's question of what's the meaning of life[[note]]that's it's not about the destination; it's about the journey and who you meet along the way and what you decide to do with your life to get the most out of it[[/note]]. She also implies [[SmarterThanYouLook she actually isn't stupid]], she just acts that way because [[ItAmusedMe to her, that's how she enjoys and finds meaning in her life]].
* KindheartedSimpleton: Despite her kookiness, she is (with the exception of Penny), Miss Simian's nicest student.
* ThirdPersonPerson: Bordering on HulkSpeak after her [[TookALevelInDumbass vanishing intelligence]] in season 2.
* VerbalTic: She tends to repeat the last word she hears.

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* {{All Loving Hero}}ine: "Sussie likes everything in the world".
* BigEater: Rarely seen not eating.
* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}:
ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: She acts extremely spacey. At one point she held a party and "practiced" welcoming guest by randomly opening the door to greet thin air.
* FatBastard: Less bastard and more just plain annoying and gross.
* FatIdiot: Moreso in
hasn't appeared since season 2.
* FatSlob: Complete with JabbaTableManners.
one (except in a picture), as Ben Bocquelet some other staff members really don't like her.
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: Her lower half is shown [[http://theamazingworldofgumball.wikia.com/wiki/File:Ponything.png extremely few times]], but these times show [[HumanoidFemaleAnimal Unlike her brother and dad]], she wears shoes.
* HiddenDepths: In "The Question," she turns out to be more philosophical than she lets out, citing probably the most insightful answer to Gumball
and Darwin's question of what's the meaning of life[[note]]that's it's not about the destination; it's about the journey and who you meet along the way and what you decide to do with your life to get the most out of it[[/note]]. She also implies [[SmarterThanYouLook she actually isn't stupid]], she just acts that way because [[ItAmusedMe to her, that's how she enjoys and finds meaning in her life]].
* KindheartedSimpleton: Despite her kookiness, she is (with the exception of Penny), Miss Simian's nicest student.
* ThirdPersonPerson: Bordering
mom wear clothing on HulkSpeak their bodies.
* SingleWomanSeeksGoodMan: Rachel gave [[NiceGuy Darwin]] a smooch
after he helped clean up the mess the party left before her [[TookALevelInDumbass vanishing intelligence]] in season 2.
* VerbalTic: She tends to repeat the last word she hears.
parents came home.



[[folder:Teri]]
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-->Voiced by Teresa Gallagher

A [[AnimateInanimateObject paper cutout]] of a teddy bear girl. Very afraid of germs and catching disease, much to the annoyance of the school nurse.

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[[folder:Teri]]
!!Other

[[folder:Anton Clones]]
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-->Voiced by Teresa Gallagher

A [[AnimateInanimateObject paper cutout]]
Stefan Ashton Frank (Ant-One)

Numerous clones
of a teddy bear girl. Very afraid of germs Anton that Darwin and catching disease, much to Gumball made in "The Recipe" using an everyday toaster. Among them, only the annoyance of first two clones were named: the school nurse.burnt first one, who named himself "Ant-One", and the second, which Gumball and Darwin named "Ant-Two".



* BarefootCartoonAnimal[=/=]FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: Her design isn't detailed enough around the feet to tell if she's supposed to be wearing shoes. Technically she isn't wearing ''any'' clothes, just part of her body shaped like a skirt and drawn-on details that indicate clothing.
* BearyFriendly: She's definitely not violent or intimidating (being about as strong as you'd expect a crumpled piece of paper to be) and is on the school's cheer team, though her obsessive, somewhat egocentric behavior gets on people's nerves.
* TheChewToy: She becomes victim to an incredible amount of physical trauma in season three, likely because being made of paper makes it all BloodlessCarnage. This includes having a hole burned into her face, one arm being torn off by Miss Simian during the Joy virus attack, Jamie ripping off one of her legs, chewing it, and spitting it in her face, and being impaled on Carmen's needles.
* FaceDoodling: Does this to herself at times when necessary (e.g. "The Virus", where she draws tears under her eyes to represent crying, and later draws a surgical mask over her mouth) and was seen passed out and drawn on in "The Party." [[JustifiedTrope Her paper body gives her the capability of erasing face doodles quite easily]].
* {{Hypochondria}}: Much to the annoyance of the school nurse.
-->'''Teri:''' I can feel myself getting ill... \\
'''Nurse:''' Hmm, like Monday, when you thought the foam in your mouth was rabies only to discover it was toothpaste? Or Tuesday, when you thought you broke your leg even though you don't have any bones? Or yesterday, when you thought you'd gone deaf because nobody had spoken to you for five minutes.
* IllGirl: Or at least that what she's worried about being.
* MadLibsCatchPhrase: "You do know that [noun] has more germs on it than a toilet seat?"
* MotorMouth: When something cause her to talk about disease, Teri tends to go on a detailed clip without any letting anyone else talk.
* PaperPeople: A crumpled-up one.
* PunnyName: Being made of paper, she is very "tear-y".
* SkintoneSclerae: Like Alan, she has a drawn-on face with no coloring, though in this case that just happens to make her sclerae white.
* TerrifiedOfGerms: She's constantly spraying things clean while talking about how many germs are covering everything. This is apparently a result of her looking at a lot of pictures of infections her doctor mother posted on her medical website.

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* BarefootCartoonAnimal[=/=]FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: Her design isn't detailed enough around EvilTwin: After surviving being burnt, Ant-One comes out of the feet garbage can to tell if she's supposed to be wearing shoes. Technically she isn't wearing ''any'' clothes, just part of her body shaped like a skirt try and drawn-on details that indicate clothing.
replace the original Anton.
* BearyFriendly: She's definitely not violent or intimidating (being ExpendableClone: Although Darwin and Gumball worry about getting in trouble for making them, almost all of them die, and nothing seems to come of it.
* LiteralGenie: They're so naive that they'll follow whatever orders they hear first
as strong literally as you'd expect a crumpled piece of paper possible, even taking "split up" to be) mean "tear yourself in half".
* NotEnoughToBury: [[spoiler:Ant-One falls into a pool
and is on the school's cheer team, though her obsessive, somewhat egocentric behavior gets on people's nerves.
* TheChewToy: She becomes victim to an incredible amount of physical trauma in season three, likely because being made of paper makes it all BloodlessCarnage. This includes having a hole burned into her face, one arm being
[[FoldSpindleMutilation torn off to pieces by Miss Simian during the Joy virus attack, Jamie ripping off one grate of her legs, chewing it, and spitting it in her face, and being impaled on Carmen's needles.
the drain he's sucked into]].]]
* FaceDoodling: Does this to herself SoleSurvivor: [[spoiler:Ant-Two is the only clone left at times when necessary (e.g. the end of "The Virus", where she draws tears under her eyes to represent crying, and later draws a surgical mask over her mouth) and Recipe". The "real" Anton also died, but he was seen passed out and drawn on in "The Party." [[JustifiedTrope Her paper body gives her just a different line of clones that would presumably be replaced again by his parents, raising the capability question of erasing face doodles quite easily]].
* {{Hypochondria}}: Much
exactly what happened to the annoyance of the school nurse.
-->'''Teri:''' I can feel myself getting ill... \\
'''Nurse:''' Hmm, like Monday, when you thought the foam in your mouth was rabies only to discover it was toothpaste? Or Tuesday, when you thought you broke your leg
Ant-Two.]]
* TooDumbToLive: All but Ant-One have
even though you don't have any bones? Or yesterday, when you thought you'd gone deaf fewer self-preservation instincts than the real Anton, even directly causing their own deaths just because nobody had spoken to you for five minutes.
some random people told them to.
* IllGirl: Or at least that what she's worried about being.
* MadLibsCatchPhrase: "You do know that [noun] has more germs on it than a toilet seat?"
* MotorMouth: When
VerbalTic: Ant-Two repeats the last words of something cause her to talk about disease, Teri tends to go on a detailed clip without any letting anyone someone else talk.
* PaperPeople: A crumpled-up one.
* PunnyName: Being made of paper, she is very "tear-y".
* SkintoneSclerae: Like Alan, she has a drawn-on face with no coloring, though in this case that just happens to make her sclerae white.
* TerrifiedOfGerms: She's constantly spraying things clean while talking about how many germs are covering everything. This is apparently a result of her looking at a lot of pictures of infections her doctor mother posted on her medical website.
said.
** [[SelfDemonstratingArticle Something someone else said!]]



[[folder:Tina Rex]]
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-->Voiced by Dan Russell (Season 1), Stefan Ashton Frank (Season 2 onward)

A 3D [[FunnyAnimal Tyrannosaurus rex]] bully, though despite her fearsome appearance, she's only a bully because everyone expects her to be like her father (who is said to be worse than her).

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[[folder:Tina Rex]]
[[folder:Mr. Cuddles]]
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-->Voiced by Dan Russell (Season 1), Stefan Ashton Frank (Season 2 onward)

A 3D [[FunnyAnimal Tyrannosaurus rex]] bully, though despite her fearsome appearance, she's only a bully because everyone expects her
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Penny's pet tarantula who was thought
to be like her father (who is said have died in "The Date". He seems to be worse than her).really, really hate Gumball.




* ArtEvolution: In Season 1, she originally had a cartoon-like design similar to the old T-Rex depictions. In Season 2, she is given a more realistic design similar to modern T-Rex depictions.
* BarbaricBully: She's a ''pre-historic'' bully.
* TheBully: A very intimidating one.
* DemotedToExtra: Tina is one of the only classmates of Gumball's to have become ''less'' prominent as the show has progressed: In the first season, she was one of the more frequently recurring characters in Elmore Junior High and had two episodes centered around her ("The Quest" and "The Fight"). In the second season, she still appeared normally, but the one episode planned to be about her was scrapped. In the third season, she is seen and talks fairly rarely.
* TheDreaded: Not just the students, but the school's ''counselor'' are terrified of her.
* FemaleMonsterSurprise: The other character have all known her long enough to know Tina is a girl, but her male voice and monstrous, gender-neutral appearance definitely lead most viewers to think she's male until stated otherwise.
* FluffyTheTerrible: Her name is Tina, but with her last name it becomes NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast.
* GonkyFemme: Tina doesn't normally act very feminine, but she did try to be in the cheerleading squad and was upset when Darwin told her trying to act girly doesn't work for a huge tyrannosaurus.
-->'''Darwin:''' And how about you clip those stupid nails?! They're not gonna make you look more feminine. In case you haven't noticed, you're a ten ton sack of reptile flesh!
* EverythingsBetterWithDinosaurs: Not the case, especially not when her dad gets involved...
* HiddenDepths: Tina apparently dreams of being a pianist.
* IAmNotMyFather:
-->'''Tina:''' Everyone thinks I'm a brute, just like my dad. ''But I'm not!''\\
''([[IResembleThatRemark Tina kicks a scrap car away]])''
* JerkassFacade: It is revealed in "The Fight" that she wasn't intentionally bullying Gumball, she just acts that way because of her scary father and the fact that it is what people expect when they see a T-rex that [[DoesNotKnowHisOwnStrength Does Not Know Her Own Strength.]]
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: She shows shades of this from time to time.
* LarynxDissonance: Has a very deep male voice (and is voiced by a man), due to being a Tyrannosaurus.
* MeaningfulName[=/=]PunnyName: T.(na) Rex the T. Rex
* TyrannosaurusRex: The only T. rex in her school.

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\n* ArtEvolution: In Season 1, she originally had a cartoon-like design similar to BusCrash: He wasn't with the old T-Rex depictions. In Season 2, she is given a more realistic design similar to modern T-Rex depictions.
* BarbaricBully: She's a ''pre-historic'' bully.
* TheBully: A very intimidating one.
* DemotedToExtra: Tina is one of
Fitzgerald family when they were standing outside their burning house at the only classmates end of Gumball's to have become ''less'' prominent as the show has progressed: In the first season, she was one of the more frequently recurring characters in Elmore Junior High and had two episodes centered around her ("The Quest" and "The Fight"). In Bros". [[FridgeHorror That implies]], probably accidentally, that Mr. Cuddles died in the second season, she still appeared normally, but the one episode planned to be about her fire or was scrapped. In the third season, she is seen and talks fairly rarely.
* TheDreaded: Not just the students, but the school's ''counselor'' are terrified of her.
* FemaleMonsterSurprise: The
already dead for some other character have all known her long enough to know Tina is a girl, but her male voice and monstrous, gender-neutral appearance definitely lead most viewers to think she's male until stated otherwise.
reason.
* FluffyTheTerrible: Her name is Tina, Despite the name, he's a tarantula, and a fairly aggressive one.
* TalkingAnimal: Like all animals in Elmore, he showed that he could talk in "The World",
but with her last name it becomes NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast.
* GonkyFemme: Tina
doesn't normally act very feminine, but she did try to be in the cheerleading squad and was upset when Darwin told her trying to act girly doesn't work for a huge tyrannosaurus.
-->'''Darwin:''' And how about you clip those stupid nails?! They're not gonna make you look more feminine. In case you haven't noticed, you're a ten ton sack of reptile flesh!
* EverythingsBetterWithDinosaurs: Not the case, especially not when her dad gets involved...
* HiddenDepths: Tina apparently dreams of being a pianist.
* IAmNotMyFather:
-->'''Tina:''' Everyone thinks I'm a brute, just like my dad. ''But I'm not!''\\
''([[IResembleThatRemark Tina kicks a scrap car away]])''
* JerkassFacade: It is revealed in "The Fight" that she wasn't intentionally bullying Gumball, she just acts that way because of her scary father and the fact that
do it is what people expect when they see a T-rex that [[DoesNotKnowHisOwnStrength Does Not Know Her Own Strength.]]
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: She shows shades of this from time to time.
* LarynxDissonance: Has a very deep male voice (and is voiced by a man), due to being a Tyrannosaurus.
* MeaningfulName[=/=]PunnyName: T.(na) Rex the T. Rex
* TyrannosaurusRex: The only T. rex in her school.
normally.



[[folder:Tobias Wilson]]
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-->Voiced by Rupert Degas (season 1), Hugo Harold-Harrison (season 2 onward)

A [[CartoonCreature many-colored stylized cloud]] with a very overinflated self-image.

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[[folder:Tobias Wilson]]
[[folder:Kenneth]]
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-->Voiced by Rupert Degas (season 1), Hugo Harold-Harrison (season 2 onward)

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A [[CartoonCreature many-colored stylized cloud]] with strange creature accidentally created when Darwin and Gumball's "gross jar" is heated in a very overinflated self-image.microwave. He eats basically anything and eventually any''one'', growing larger all the time.



* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Only wears shoes and sweatbands around his wrist and forehead.
* CasanovaWannabe: Showed hints of this in the second season, especially when he tried to make a video about talking to girls in "The Tape". By the third season, he's hitting on and being rejected by every girl in school. He's basically the only person in the whole show [[NiceGirl Penny]] is ''not'' nice to.
* {{Cephalothorax}}
* CharacterizationMarchesOn: Applies not so much to him as to how everyone else treats him: during his first appearance in "The Third", it's pretty obvious to the audience that he's not as great as he claims, yet [[FakeUltimateHero everyone thinks he's genuinely cool and interesting.]] In seasons two and three, he usually portrayed as one of the least popular people in the whole school, despite being a jock.
* DumbJock: Tobias isn't very smart.
* JerkJock: He definitely ''thinks'' he's a jock, and can be pretty well a jerk.
* HopelessSuitor: He constantly goes after Penny in "The Knight", despite her openly rejecting him at every opportunity. His attempts are so hopeless that [[CrazyJealousGuy Gumball]], the guy who was furious over a ''dream'' of Darwin kissing Penny, doesn't see Tobias as any kind of romantic competition.
* NotAZombie: Inverted in "The Joy", as being ignored by all the girls left him the only one not infected with the happiness virus that gives you rainbow drool, but his technicolor appearance made Miss Simian think he was anyway (possibly that's why none of the male infected bothered him either).
* SmallNameBigEgo: He thinks he's super athletic and popular, but he's incredibly scrawny, all the girls hate him, and he's generally thought of as a loser. In "The Voice" he [[LeaningOnTheFourthWall can't understand why]] everything important happens to [[WeirdnessMagnet Gumball]], and thinks [[WrongGenreSavvy if anyone should be the main character it should be him.]]
* {{Tuckerization}}: His name [[https://twitter.com/benbocquelet/status/316286786622070784 comes from]] Tobi Wilson, one of the show's writers.

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* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Only wears shoes and sweatbands around his wrist and forehead.
* CasanovaWannabe: Showed hints
ILoveNuclearPower: Gumball claims Kenneth was created by "the atomic power of this the microwave", though microwaves actually have nothing to do with nuclear radiation.
* ItCameFromTheFridge: Kenneth originated when a bunch of gross stuff Gumball put in a jar was put
in the second season, especially when microwave.
* MiracleGroMonster: It's voracious eating habits let it keep growing and growing until, after a few days at most, it goes from approximately football-sized to two stories tall.
* MonsterOfTheWeek: Kenneth is not mentioned after "The Microwave" until
he tried to make a video about talking to girls [[TheBusCameBack reappears]] in "The Tape". By the third season, Finale" when Richard takes him out of storage.
* MuckMonster: Kenneth body looks like it's made of mud or sludge. Rather than being industrial waste,
he's hitting on and being rejected by every girl in school. He's basically the only person in the whole show [[NiceGirl Penny]] is ''not'' nice to.
* {{Cephalothorax}}
* CharacterizationMarchesOn: Applies not so much to him as to how everyone else treats him: during his first appearance in "The Third", it's pretty obvious to the audience that he's not as great as he claims, yet [[FakeUltimateHero everyone thinks he's genuinely cool and interesting.]] In seasons two and three, he usually portrayed as one
simply made of the least popular people in the whole school, despite being a jock.
* DumbJock: Tobias isn't very smart.
* JerkJock: He definitely ''thinks'' he's a jock, and can be pretty well a jerk.
* HopelessSuitor: He constantly goes after Penny in "The Knight", despite her openly rejecting him at every opportunity. His attempts are so hopeless that [[CrazyJealousGuy Gumball]], the guy who was furious over a ''dream'' of Darwin kissing Penny, doesn't see Tobias as any kind of romantic competition.
* NotAZombie: Inverted in "The Joy", as being ignored by
all the girls left him the only one not infected with the happiness virus gross things Gumball could collect, including used tissues, bird poop, belly-button lint, and spoiled milk that gives you rainbow drool, but his technicolor appearance made Miss Simian think he was anyway (possibly that's why none of the male infected bothered him either).
swallowed then regurgitated.
* SmallNameBigEgo: He thinks he's super athletic and popular, but he's incredibly scrawny, all the girls hate him, and he's generally thought of as a loser. SealedEvilInACan: In "The Voice" he [[LeaningOnTheFourthWall can't understand why]] everything important happens Finale", it turns out Kenneth was dealt with offscreen by reducing him to [[WeirdnessMagnet Gumball]], his original size again, putting him in his original jar, and thinks [[WrongGenreSavvy if anyone should be the main character it should be him.]]
* {{Tuckerization}}: His name [[https://twitter.com/benbocquelet/status/316286786622070784 comes from]] Tobi Wilson, one
freezing it. He's unsealed as part of the show's writers.Watterson family's LastDance.
* UglyCute: In-universe, Gumball and Darwin [[AdmiringTheAbomination certainly think Kenneth, as their "son", is cute]], and Anais reluctantly describe it using these exact words. At least before he starts growing to tremendous proportions after ''eating people alive.''



[[folder:William]]
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A winged eyeball that never talks because he doesn't have a mouth.

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[[folder:William]]
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/s2william_1934.png

A winged eyeball
[[folder:The Solar System]]
-->Voiced by Kerry Shale (sun)

In the universe of this show, it's not just things on Earth
that never talks because he doesn't have a mouth.are alive, but Earth itself and other celestial bodies.



* BewareTheQuietOnes: [[spoiler:He's incredibly powerful and dangerous ''because'' he can't talk, but doesn't know it.]]
* FacelessEye
* {{Flight}}
* IJustWantToHaveFriends: [[spoiler:He was the one after Darwin and Gumball in "The Voice" because he ask them to be friends, they didn't understand him, and seemed to reject him.]]
* TheInformant[=/=]TeachersPet: Described as such for Ms. Simian on the website, but he never does in the actual show (and it seems he ''can't'' because he can't talk).
* MindOverMatter: [[spoiler:He has telekinesis that's strong enough to crush lockers and smash down walls.]]
* {{Oculothorax}}: An eyeball with wings, though he can still blink with fleshy eyelids [[SuddenAnatomy that sudden appear when he needs them]].
* TheSpeechless: He can't speak because he has NoMouth, [[spoiler:but until the end of "The Voice" he didn't know that and assumed everyone was just ignoring him.]]
* WhatTheHellIsThatAccent: [[spoiler:His internal monologue is provided by the show's director, who is clearly trying to mask his British accent but doesn't quite sound American either, or trying to do an impression of AlanRickman and not quite getting it. Whatever it is, it arguably makes him sound creepier.]]

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* BewareTheQuietOnes: [[spoiler:He's incredibly powerful UsefulNotes/BritishAccents: In "The Debt", the moon and dangerous ''because'' he Saturn have Estuary accents. All the planets and the moon have generic American accents in every other scenes until "The Question", where ''every'' planet (but not the sun) has an Estuary accent.
* GeniusLoci: They're cable of thinking, speaking [[SpaceIsNoisy with each other and people on Earth]], and ''singing''.
* SmugSuper: They're bigger than you, will live longer than you, and flat out tell Gumball that his life and everyone else's are insignificant. What they ''don't'' get is that even their existence is finite, and end up [[TooDumbToLive wasting the rest of their lives rubbing their superiority into the face of someone who
can't talk, but doesn't know it.]]
hear them]].
* FacelessEye
TimeAbyss: Since they're planets, they've been "alive" for billions of years and will be for billions more.
* {{Flight}}
WeirdMoon: The moon has visible ''butt cheeks'', which it enjoys shoving into Earth's face, sometimes while singing.
* IJustWantToHaveFriends: [[spoiler:He was WeirdSun: The sun can swing around the one after Darwin and Gumball in horizon to complain about people making too much noise at night. In "The Voice" because he ask them to be friends, they didn't understand him, Dress" it was even small and seemed to reject him.]]
* TheInformant[=/=]TeachersPet: Described as such for Ms. Simian on the website, but he never does in the actual show (and it seems he ''can't'' because he can't talk).
* MindOverMatter: [[spoiler:He has telekinesis that's strong
close enough for a balloon to crush lockers and smash down walls.]]
* {{Oculothorax}}: An eyeball with wings, though he can still blink with fleshy eyelids [[SuddenAnatomy that sudden appear when he needs them]].
* TheSpeechless: He can't speak because he has NoMouth, [[spoiler:but until the end of "The Voice" he didn't know that and assumed everyone was just ignoring him.]]
* WhatTheHellIsThatAccent: [[spoiler:His internal monologue is provided by the show's director, who is clearly trying to mask his British accent but doesn't quite sound American either, or trying to do an impression of AlanRickman and not quite getting it. Whatever it is, it arguably makes him sound creepier.]]
float into it.



[[folder:'''Spoiler Character''']]
!!Rob/Dr. Wrecker
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-->Voiced by Hugo Harold-Harrison (season 2, season 3, "The Nemesis" pre-voice change), Creator/DavidWarner ("The Nemesis" post-voice change)

A skinny blue cyclops. Was seen often in season one and rarely in season two (his last major appearance was in "The Pony"). He appeared in the background of the dimension of the world's mistakes in "The Void" and "The Nobody" established that he escaped the void and is seeking revenge for being ignored.

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[[folder:'''Spoiler Character''']]
!!Rob/Dr. Wrecker
[[folder:Virus]]
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-->Voiced by Hugo Harold-Harrison (season 2, season 3, "The Nemesis" pre-voice change), Creator/DavidWarner ("The Nemesis" post-voice change)

Kerry Shale

A skinny blue cyclops. Was seen often in season one [[TalkingAnimal sentient virus]] and rarely in season two (his last major appearance was in "The Pony"). He appeared in the background leader of the dimension of the world's mistakes in "The Void" and "The Nobody" established a new strain that he escaped the void mutated on Gumball's unwashed hand. Teri forced Gumball to wash that hand, killing all his soldiers and is seeking revenge setting him off for being ignored.revenge.



* ArtEvolution: He was CGI in his background appearances in the first season, but in the second season he switches to a 2D design. In season three's "The Nobody," he returns and is back to being in CGI, but the CGI is more well-done than it was in season one.
* AscendedExtra: His first speaking line is mid Season Two, but he appears before that as a background character
* BigBad: Since Rob needed a new place in life and Elmore basically only had room for villains, he decides to become Gumball and Darwin's ArchNemesis.
* BodyHorror: Escaping from the void caused his body to become all [[OminousVisualGlitch glitchy]] and disfigured. Part of his body even displays the void's background pattern.
* ChekhovsGunman: His cameo in "The Void" turns out to be significant in "The Nobody".
* {{Cyclops}}
* EvilBrit: Rob let Darwin and Gumball change his voice to one with a British accent [[InvokedTrope specifically because they thought it would be a better "evil" voice]].
* FromNobodyToNightmare: After coming back from the void but not remembering who he is, Rob literally calls himself "nobody". Darwin and Gumball suggest he strive for a new place in the world as the worst person ever. Rob then remembers who he is and how they left him behind in the void, and swears to take revenge by destroying everything they care about and taking away everyone they love.
* HarmlessVillain: After swearing vengeance in "The Nobody", Rob's evil plans are all so self-defeating that Gumball and Darwin don't even notice them, and they help Rob [[TookALevelInBadass become more threatening]] in "The Nemesis". His plan to destroy Elmore's dam fails because Elmore doesn't ''have'' a dam, but the ending implies his increased confidence may make him a genuine threat.
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal
* MeaningfulRename: Since "[[TomTheDarkLord Rob]]" wasn't exactly a great villain name, Gumball and Darwin come up with a bunch of new names for him to go by. After many terrible ones they come up with "[[MorallyAmbiguousDoctorate Dr.]] Wrecker".
* TheNondescript: After Darwin and Gumball stop talking to him, they immediately forget who he was or that they even met him. It really says a lot about [[WorldOfWeirdness Elmore]] and [[CastOfSnowflakes it inhabitants]] that a ''blue cyclops'' is considered "nondescript".
* TheNthDoctor: In "The Nemesis", part of Darwin and Gumball's attempt make him a better enemy is to give him a more intimidating voice. His partially-static body could be altered by a television remote, causing him to change voice actor from Hugo Harold-Harrison to Creator/DavidWarner.
* HeartwarmingOrphan: According to "The Nobody":
-->'''Gumball:''' Oh, you know what else is thick? Your mom's chin! \\
'''Rob:''' I don't have a mom.\\
'''Gumball:''' Yeah. I meant your mom's skin. \\
'''Rob:''' I still don't have a mom.
* PutOnABusToHell: He's seen floating around the bad idea dimension in "The Void", indicating he was RetGone. Unlike Molly, Gumball and Darwin do not remember him, so he ends up being left there without comment -- [[TheBusCameBack until it was revealed]] that he actually broke out of the void and has been living in the Wattersons' basement with no memory of who he was until Gumball and Darwin tell him that he can be their worst enemy.
* UnknownRival: Even after he swears to be Darwin and Gumball's nemesis, they still ignore him and immediately forget about him for a long time.
* WalkingSpoiler: The fact that he has any plot significance at all is a rather huge spoiler for "The Nobody" and possibly more.

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* ArtEvolution: He AdaptiveAbility: It's constantly mutating, causing it to gain strange properties such as {{flight}} and infecting ''computers'' instead of people.
* AvengingTheVillain: The virus
was CGI in his background appearances in the first season, but in the second season he switches to commander of a 2D design. In season three's "The Nobody," he returns virus army and is back to being in CGI, but the CGI is more well-done than it was in season one.
* AscendedExtra: His first speaking line is mid Season Two, but he appears before that as a background character
* BigBad: Since Rob needed a new place in life and Elmore basically only had room for villains, he decides to become
SoleSurvivor of Gumball and Darwin's ArchNemesis.
* BodyHorror: Escaping from the void caused
washing his body to become all [[OminousVisualGlitch glitchy]] and disfigured. Part of his body even displays the void's background pattern.
* ChekhovsGunman: His cameo in "The Void" turns out to be significant in "The Nobody".
* {{Cyclops}}
* EvilBrit: Rob let Darwin and Gumball change his voice to one with a British accent [[InvokedTrope specifically because they thought it would be a better "evil" voice]].
* FromNobodyToNightmare: After coming back from the void but not remembering who he is, Rob literally calls himself "nobody". Darwin and Gumball suggest he strive for a new place in the world as the worst person ever. Rob then remembers who he is and how they left him behind in the void, and
hands. He swears to take revenge he'll avenge them by destroying everything they care about infecting and taking away killing Gumball, his family, his friends, and everyone they love.
else until [[OmnicidalManiac "nothing is left alive on the surface of the Earth".]]
* HarmlessVillain: After swearing vengeance EvilSoundsDeep: Played with; anytime it's in "The Nobody", Rob's evil plans are all so self-defeating closeup, it's voice sounds very deep. Farther shots, however, show that Gumball and Darwin don't even notice them, and they help Rob [[TookALevelInBadass become more threatening]] in "The Nemesis". His plan to destroy Elmore's dam fails its voice is extremely high-pitched from a subjective perspective because Elmore it's so small.
* ExtraEyes: It has three eyes, though given it's a virus ''any'' of the eyes are "extras".
* GutturalGrowler: It speaks with a very guttural voice.
* MonsterOfTheWeek: He's dead by the end of the episode he premiered in.
* MultiArmedAndDangerous: It has eight tentacle-like protrusion that it uses like two legs and six arms.
* NoNameGiven: As a virus, he probably
doesn't ''have'' even have a dam, but the ending implies his increased confidence may make him name.
* ProudWarriorRaceGuy: It speaks of infecting
a genuine threat.
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal
* MeaningfulRename: Since "[[TomTheDarkLord Rob]]" wasn't exactly
body like waging a great villain name, war and [[NobodyCallsMeChicken is extremely offended at Gumball calling it a coward]].
* UndignifiedDeath: [[{{Pride}} For the sake of proving its might]], it agrees to fight mano-a-mano against Gumball, [[TooDumbToLive who is millions of times his size]],
and Darwin come up with a bunch of new names for him to go by. After many terrible ones they come up with "[[MorallyAmbiguousDoctorate Dr.]] Wrecker".
* TheNondescript: After Darwin and Gumball stop talking to him, they
is immediately forget who he was or that they even met him. It really says a lot about [[WorldOfWeirdness Elmore]] and [[CastOfSnowflakes it inhabitants]] that a ''blue cyclops'' is considered "nondescript".
* TheNthDoctor: In "The Nemesis", part of Darwin and Gumball's attempt make him a better enemy is to give him a more intimidating voice. His partially-static body could be altered by a television remote, causing him to change voice actor from Hugo Harold-Harrison to Creator/DavidWarner.
* HeartwarmingOrphan: According to "The Nobody":
-->'''Gumball:''' Oh, you know what else is thick? Your mom's chin! \\
'''Rob:''' I don't have a mom.\\
'''Gumball:''' Yeah. I meant your mom's skin. \\
'''Rob:''' I still don't have a mom.
* PutOnABusToHell: He's seen floating around the bad idea dimension in "The Void", indicating he was RetGone. Unlike Molly, Gumball and Darwin do not remember him, so he ends up being left there without comment -- [[TheBusCameBack until it was revealed]] that he actually broke out of the void and has been living in the Wattersons' basement with no memory of who he was until Gumball and Darwin tell him that he can be their worst enemy.
* UnknownRival: Even after he swears to be Darwin and Gumball's nemesis, they still ignore him and immediately forget about him for a long time.
* WalkingSpoiler: The fact that he has any plot significance at all is a rather huge spoiler for "The Nobody" and possibly more.
TrampledUnderfoot.



!!Elmore Junior High Staff

[[folder:Principal Nigel Brown]]
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-->Voiced by Lewis [=MacLeod=] (Season 1), Steve Furst (Season 2 onward)

The school's principal (and band teacher in such episodes as "The Fridge" and "The Triangle") [[CartoonCreature who can be best described as a furry slug.]] He and Miss Simian have a strong attraction to each other and barely bother to hide it.

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!!Elmore Junior High Staff

[[folder:Principal Nigel Brown]]
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-->Voiced by Lewis [=MacLeod=] (Season 1), Steve Furst (Season 2 onward)

The school's principal (and band teacher
[[folder:'''Spoiler Character''']]
!!Elmore/The World
Not only is every individual object
in such episodes as the Elmore alive and sentient, but Elmore in its totality seems to possess some sort of intelligence. Although it hasn't talked or shown a face like any of the others objects or the planets, "The Fridge" Void" heavily implies the world itself was responsible for the void's creation and "The Triangle") [[CartoonCreature who can be best described as a furry slug.]] He and Miss Simian have a strong attraction to each other and barely bother to hide "mistakes" being sent into it.



* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Only wears glasses, though his fur is sometimes [[FurIsClothing treated as if it were an object of clothing]]. He may also be wearing high heels under his fur, which produce his loud clopping footsteps.
* BerserkButton: Apparently he does not take cheating on a math test well and will give whoever he catches cheating a spring break's worth of detention.
* CartoonCreature: Even ''Principal Brown himself'' doesn't know what species he is.
-->''"I tried to hibernate until spring, but it turns out that whatever I am doesn't do that."''
* DeanBitterman: Principal Brown can be rather petty, once giving Gumball detention specifically because it might have messed up his face, although sometimes he's the ReasonableAuthorityFigure reacting to something ridiculous Gumball or Darwin did.
* EyeGlasses: His eyebrows are clearly on top of his glasses. He once [[TheGlassesComeOff took off his glasses]] dramatic, showing he had ''another'' pair of glasses under that while the glasses he took off still had irises and eyebrows on them.
* HumiliationConga: He's quite prone to these:
** In "The Mystery" he was slammed with a door [[spoiler:by Mrs. Simian]], leaving him dizzy and causing him to fall down the stairs, covering himself in toilet paper, then smashed into Penny's painting and falling into some burning chemicals, causing him to fall down MORE stairs and wrapping himself in more toilet paper, then finally landing inside Gumball's locker.
** In "The Meddler', Gumball crashes into him and he spills his hot coffee all over his face. He douses the coffee with a can of paint, burning his eyes; he washes off the paint with chlorine for the pool, burning off all his hair; and he finishes by neutralizing the chlorine with fertilizer, painfully growing his hair back. He is unscathed by the end of it, but he gives Gumball detention for potentially damaging his face.
** Happens in "The Sock", though at a smaller scale. In this episode he has his head set on fire, and later he throws himself out of a window to "rescue" Miss Simian.
** In "The Apology" Miss Simian repeatedly trashes his office in rage every time she fails to get Gumball and Darwin in trouble. So he glues everything down. [[FailureIsTheOnlyOption And it all gets stuck to him.]]
* MoralityPet: He is probably the ''sole'' being that Miss Simian shows a soft side to.
* OfficialCouple: With Miss Simian.
* PhonyDegree: "The Fraud" shows his degree in teaching is fake. He's worried about being exposed, but everyone who knows agrees to keep is secret so long as he actually focuses on his job.
* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: Usually he's not (in "The Burden," he stops caring about being a principal at exactly 4:00 in the afternoon, especially if it's a weekend and he has plans with Miss Simian), but in "The Apology" he refuses to punish Gumball or Darwin unless he's given solid evidence and he threatens to fire Miss Simian if she keeps trying to frame them, in spite of his personal feelings for her. WordOfGod and the episode "The Sock" reveal that his relationship with Miss Simian is cutting into his professionalism.
* RedOniBlueOni: Blue Oni to Miss Simian's Red Oni.
* TotallyRadical: In "The Fraud", where he tries to keep Gumball and Darwin silent from discovering that he had a fake diploma, one attempt was dressing up in a hip-hop outfit and speaking in 2010s terms such as piercings, hashtag, YOLO, selfies and swag. This went on until Mr. Small had to hit him with a cafeteria tray for being a Jerkass and attempting to be cool.

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* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Only wears glasses, though his fur GeniusLoci: Elmore is sometimes [[FurIsClothing treated as if able to decide what things the world would be better without, then send them to the void. Mostly, it were an object gets rid of clothing]]. He dated fads and inefficient technology, but people may also be wearing high heels under his fur, which produce his loud clopping footsteps.
go out as well.
* BerserkButton: Apparently he does not take cheating on a math test well and will give whoever he catches cheating a spring break's worth LeaningOnTheFourthWall: Its modus operandi is pretty much that of detention.
* CartoonCreature: Even ''Principal Brown himself''
an author who doesn't know what species he is.
-->''"I tried
mind [[RetCon changing their world retroactively]] or doing terrible things to hibernate until spring, but it turns out their characters for the sake of making the story more interesting.
* RealityWarper: The world can send things and people to another dimension, suppress most memories of them, and coverup evidence
that whatever I am they ever existed. Given the void's pattern flashed at the end of "The Kids", it might also be responsible for Gumball and Darwin's voice changing. It doesn't do that."''
* DeanBitterman: Principal Brown can be rather petty, once giving
have absolute power, however, as Mr. Small, Darwin, and Gumball detention specifically because it might have messed up his face, although sometimes he's were able to remember anyway and break Molly out of the ReasonableAuthorityFigure reacting void before they were all sealed in.
* TotalitarianUtilitarian: If it will make the world better, it will take people and make them spend the rest of their life in an infinite nothingness with nothing but other mistakes for company. Naturally, it also wants
to something ridiculous Gumball or Darwin did.
* EyeGlasses: His eyebrows are clearly on top
keep this a secret, even if it means sealing people who it ''didn't'' think of his glasses. He once [[TheGlassesComeOff took off his glasses]] dramatic, showing he had ''another'' pair of glasses under as mistakes in that while same void. Of course, since ''it'' is the glasses he took off still had irises world, utilitarianism and eyebrows on them.
[[ItsAllAboutMe selfishness]] are one and the same.
* HumiliationConga: He's quite prone to these:
** In
WalkingSpoiler: Simply knowing that the world has a will of its own is a major part of the twist of "The Mystery" he was slammed with a door [[spoiler:by Mrs. Simian]], leaving him dizzy and causing him to fall down the stairs, covering himself in toilet paper, then smashed into Penny's painting and falling into some burning chemicals, causing him to fall down MORE stairs and wrapping himself in more toilet paper, then finally landing inside Gumball's locker.
** In "The Meddler', Gumball crashes into him and he spills his hot coffee all over his face. He douses the coffee with a can of paint, burning his eyes; he washes off the paint with chlorine for the pool, burning off all his hair; and he finishes by neutralizing the chlorine with fertilizer, painfully growing his hair back. He is unscathed by the end of it, but he gives Gumball detention for potentially damaging his face.
** Happens in "The Sock", though at a smaller scale. In this episode he has his head set on fire, and later he throws himself out of a window to "rescue" Miss Simian.
** In "The Apology" Miss Simian repeatedly trashes his office in rage every time she fails to get Gumball and Darwin in trouble. So he glues everything down. [[FailureIsTheOnlyOption And it all gets stuck to him.]]
* MoralityPet: He is probably the ''sole'' being that Miss Simian shows a soft side to.
* OfficialCouple: With Miss Simian.
* PhonyDegree: "The Fraud" shows his degree in teaching is fake. He's worried about being exposed, but everyone who knows agrees to keep is secret so long as he actually focuses on his job.
* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: Usually he's not (in "The Burden," he stops caring about being a principal at exactly 4:00 in the afternoon, especially if it's a weekend and he has plans with Miss Simian), but in "The Apology" he refuses to punish Gumball or Darwin unless he's given solid evidence and he threatens to fire Miss Simian if she keeps trying to frame them, in spite of his personal feelings for her. WordOfGod and the episode "The Sock" reveal that his relationship with Miss Simian is cutting into his professionalism.
* RedOniBlueOni: Blue Oni to Miss Simian's Red Oni.
* TotallyRadical: In "The Fraud", where he tries to keep Gumball and Darwin silent from discovering that he had a fake diploma, one attempt was dressing up in a hip-hop outfit and speaking in 2010s terms such as piercings, hashtag, YOLO, selfies and swag. This went on until Mr. Small had to hit him with a cafeteria tray for being a Jerkass and attempting to be cool.
Void".



[[folder:Coach]]
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-->Voiced by Dan Russell

A [[CartoonCreature red, cube-like person]] who takes over Miss Simian's/Mr. Small's duty as P.E. teacher in the third season, starting with the episode, "The Coach".

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[[folder:'''Spoiler Character''']]
!!Zach
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-->Voiced by Dan Russell

A [[CartoonCreature red, cube-like person]] who takes over Miss Simian's/Mr. Small's duty as P.E. teacher
Jacob Hopkins

An intolerable split personality Gumball develops upon finding out his real first name
in the third season, starting with the episode, "The Coach".Name".



* BaitAndSwitchTyrant: When introduced in "The Coach", she seems like a blowhard DrillSergeantNasty, not letting Darwin and Gumball use their excuse note for gym, exhausting everyone in class, talking about ridiculous stories of her accomplishments, and seeming to [[TeachersPet overly favor Jamie]]. Halfway into the episode, she keeps Jamie from beating up Gumball and makes her apologizes, to everyone's completely shock. From that point, it becomes clearly she's just a regular gym coach, even if she's overbearing and somewhat dense.
* {{Cephalothorax}}
* TheCobblersChildrenHaveNoShoes[=/=]{{Hypocrite}}: She's in charge of physical fitness and goes on about how necessary it is, but she's in such terrible shape (literally and figuratively) that she gets exhausted running even the shortest distance. [[spoiler:On the other hand, her daughter is very physically fit.]] Ironically, she's much better at her job than most of the staff, as her introduction has most of the students getting the first real workout they've had in their lives.
* TheComicallySerious: She always speaks in a declarative monotone even when describing completely ridiculous situations where gym class lessons would come in handy.
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: Something she has in common with [[spoiler:her daughter.]]
* LadyLooksLikeADude: Despite the voice and gender-neutral-to-masculine appearance, Coach is actually a woman, something Gumball and Darwin didn't realize until the end of her introductory episode. [[spoiler:Specifically, she's Jamie's mom.]]
* LarynxDissonance: Like Tina, she is female but voiced by a man--the ''same'' man who [[TheOtherDarrin previously]] voiced Tina, in fact.
* MasculineGirlFeminineBoy[=/=]TinyGuyHugeGirl: She's a giant red cube with a man's voice; her husband is a tiny green man with an effeminate voice. Given [[spoiler:her daughter looks somewhat like her father but nothing like her]], this is probably also an InterspeciesRomance.
* TheMunchausen: She claims to have won at least three gold medals. The only proof she has are pictures (or just one picture) where she looks exactly the same as she does now and takes up the entire picture, and some of the details are blatant nonsense[[labelnote:like]]She mentions winning in 1986 and 1996 for unspecified gymnastic events and in 1988 for Taekwondo. Gymnastic events are held at the Summer Olympics, which ''weren't held'' in 1986, and if they were, they wouldn't be held in 1988 or 1996. Olympic gymnast also tend toward a rather narrow age range (about 16-18), so one attending two games over ten years apart is astoundingly unlikely.[[/labelnote]].
* RapunzelHair: She's a [[ZigZaggingTrope very odd]] example. Her hair goes all the way down to her butt, but she's a {{Cephalothorax}}. This creates a strange paradox where he hair can look short or very long depending on if you're comparing it to her face or her body.
* RunningGag: Trying (and failing) to whistle.
* SarcasmBlind: She demonstrates this when trying to explain the use for skills learned in P.E.
-->'''Coach:''' Let me paint you a picture. You're being chased by another pack of angry dogs. You've reached a ravine [[BenevolentArchitecture with only asymmetric bars allowing you to reach the other side]]. They want your pen. What do you do? \\
'''Gumball:''' I guess I'd just turn on my jet pack, fly over the ravine, land in my flying car, and drive ''to space.''\\
'''Coach:''' [[HypocriticalHumor That's completely unrealistic.]]
* SportsHeroBackstory: Coach claims to have won gold medals at several different Olympic events, but it's pretty obvious that's she's making it all up.

to:

* BaitAndSwitchTyrant: When introduced in "The Coach", she seems like a blowhard DrillSergeantNasty, not letting Darwin and AssholeVictim: Gumball use their excuse note for gym, exhausting more or less kills Zach, albeit in self-defense and maybe by accident. Considering Zach was an independent consciousness, this might have significant moral implications... but he's such a jackass that no one gives it a second thought.
* CoolCat: Zach definitely ''tries'' to invoke the "confident" form of this trope, even wearing sunglasses, but
everyone just thinks he's a tremendous douche. He even proudly declares that "There's a new cat in class, talking about ridiculous stories of her accomplishments, and seeming to [[TeachersPet overly favor Jamie]]. Halfway into the episode, she keeps Jamie town!" shortly after appearing.
* CoolShades: He suddenly starts wearing neon-purple rimmed shades
from beating up nowhere, which [[SubvertedTrope really aren't very cool looking]], and work more like SinisterShades.
* CrazyPrepared: One genuine skill he demonstrates it planning all sorts of tricks to delay the other Wattersons, even putting a trap in his pocket for when they'd try to frisk him.
* EvilCounterpart: To Gumball. They both [[ItsAllAboutMe have huge egos]] [[ButtMonkey and usually fall flat on their face because they try to look cool]]. However, while
Gumball [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold can show compassionate and empathy belatedly]], Zach is a straight up {{jerkass}}. Also, unlike Gumball, who recognizes his own failures, and lives with them, Zach refuses to acknowledge any of his shortcomings or losses, going so far as to alter the memories of his/Gumball's failures to turn them into victories.
* EvilSoundsDeep: When Zach is in control, Gumball speaks in a deeper voice. However, it's so obviously affected that instead of being intimidating it just
makes her apologizes, Zach sound like more of a poser. In his last scene in Gumball's mind, however, his voice starts getting pitched down and slightly distorted, being more of a genuine example of this trope.
* FascinatingEyebrow: He's raising one of this eyebrows almost constantly, which leads Darwin
to everyone's tell him he "spent the whole day with one eyebrow raised, behaving like a horrible jock".
* IdenticalTwinIDTag: You can tell when Zach is controlling Gumball's body because he pops the ([[RuleOfFunny non-existent]]) collar on Gumball's sweater.
* IRejectYourReality: He maintains he disillusions of greatness and popularity in the face of all evidence and words of others. He goes so far as to [[SelfServingMemory consciously and
completely shock. From that point, it alter his memory of events]] so he'll look better in them.
-->'''Zach:''' Hey Carrie, I think we really nailed the song last night. Weíre totally gonna win the battle of the bands, man.\\
'''Carrie:''' Youíre not in a band. Iím not in a band. I bet you canít even give me the name of a band. \\
'''Zach:''' Psh, yeah, like... Germany.
* {{Jerkass}}: Zach is amazingly impolite, has an almost pathological [[ItsAllAboutMe disregard for and lack of awareness of other people]], and literally won a contest for being obnoxious.
* JerkJock: Zach ''thinks'' he's a jock, despite not being on any sports teams, not being able to ride his skateboard well, and generally not being any more athletic than Gumball was before.
* NoBodyLeftBehind: When Gumball finally beats Zach at something, bits of him start chipping off, showing a bright light in his silhouette as his torn to pieces. Although this of course wasn't really a "body" to start with.
* SmallNameBigEgo: For all the misplaced confidence Gumball has expressed, Zach is ''[[ADarkerMe much worse]]'' in this regard than Gumball ever was. Gumball would always acknowledges his shortcomings eventually; Zach does not and seems to believe his own hype with all his heart.
* SplitPersonality: Gumball initially seems to be acting obnoxious when he finds his real name, but Zach
becomes clearly she's just a regular gym coach, separate entity before he even if she's overbearing and somewhat dense.
notices.
* {{Cephalothorax}}
SplitPersonalityTakeover: He attempts to do this by [[SelfServingMemory altering Gumball's memories]] until he's erased.
* TheCobblersChildrenHaveNoShoes[=/=]{{Hypocrite}}: She's in charge of physical fitness and goes SuperPoweredEvilSide: Played with. There isn't as much focus on about how necessary it is, but she's in such terrible shape (literally and figuratively) Zach being evil as being a huge jerk, though he really ''is'' evil, as he planned to erase Gumball's original personality so he didn't have to share. He's also not really that she gets exhausted running even the shortest distance. [[spoiler:On the other hand, her daughter is very physically fit.]] Ironically, she's much better at her job most things than most of the staff, as her introduction has most of the students getting the first real workout they've had in their lives.
* TheComicallySerious: She always speaks in a declarative monotone even
Gumball, he's just extremely confident and obnoxious. But when describing completely ridiculous situations where gym class lessons would come in handy.
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: Something she has in common with [[spoiler:her daughter.]]
* LadyLooksLikeADude: Despite the voice and gender-neutral-to-masculine appearance, Coach is actually
[[BattleInTheCenterOfTheMind mentally confronting]] his other, less-confident side, said confidence provides a woman, something Gumball and Darwin didn't realize until the end of her introductory episode. [[spoiler:Specifically, she's Jamie's mom.]]
* LarynxDissonance: Like Tina, she is female but voiced by a man--the ''same'' man who [[TheOtherDarrin previously]] voiced Tina, in fact.
* MasculineGirlFeminineBoy[=/=]TinyGuyHugeGirl: She's a giant red cube with a man's voice; her husband is a tiny green man with an effeminate voice. Given [[spoiler:her daughter looks somewhat like her father but nothing like her]], this is probably also an InterspeciesRomance.
* TheMunchausen: She claims to have won at least three gold medals. The only proof she has are pictures (or just one picture) where she looks exactly the same as she does now and takes up the entire picture, and some of the details are blatant nonsense[[labelnote:like]]She mentions winning in 1986 and 1996 for unspecified gymnastic events and in 1988 for Taekwondo. Gymnastic events are held at the Summer Olympics, which ''weren't held'' in 1986, and if they were, they wouldn't be held in 1988 or 1996. Olympic gymnast also tend toward a rather narrow age range (about 16-18), so one attending two games over ten years apart is astoundingly unlikely.[[/labelnote]].
* RapunzelHair: She's a [[ZigZaggingTrope very odd]] example. Her hair goes all the way down to her butt, but she's a {{Cephalothorax}}. This creates a strange paradox where he hair can look short or very long depending on if you're comparing it to her face or her body.
* RunningGag: Trying (and failing) to whistle.
* SarcasmBlind: She demonstrates this when trying to explain the use for skills learned in P.E.
-->'''Coach:''' Let me paint you a picture. You're being chased by another pack of angry dogs. You've reached a ravine [[BenevolentArchitecture with only asymmetric bars allowing you to reach the other side]]. They want your pen. What do you do? \\
'''Gumball:''' I guess I'd just turn on my jet pack, fly over the ravine, land in my flying car, and drive ''to space.''\\
'''Coach:''' [[HypocriticalHumor That's completely unrealistic.]]
* SportsHeroBackstory: Coach claims to have won gold medals at several different Olympic events, but
tremendous advantage. But it's pretty obvious that's she's making it also his biggest weakness, as Gumball is mentally resilient enough take losing all up.the time, but the one time Zach is forced to face defeat ''it literally destroys him''.
* SmugSnake: His boundless pride directly leads to Gumball beating him.
* ThirdPersonPerson: Zach always refers to himself in third person, likely to emphasize he's not Gumball, and it's definitely the "arrogant" form.
* TheUnapologetic: He accidentally ''bites part of a kids face off'' and shows no regrets for it, because "Zach does what he wants".
-->''Zach doesn't apologize, he uses his charm.''
* UndignifiedDeath: Zach is destroyed in Gumball's mindscape, then Gumball immediately ''farts'', his body literally [[StealthPun clearly out the hot air]].




[[folder:The Nurse]]
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-->'''Voiced by:''' Teresa Gallagher, Sandra Searles Dickinson ("The Coach")
The school's put-upon nurse, [[AnimateInanimateObject a living adhesive bandage]], who has to deal with Gumball and Darwin trying to get out of gym class, Teri the paper bear's hypochondria, and `Miss Simian's bad attitude.
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* AstonishinglyAppropriateAppearance: She's a nurse and a living band-aid--as are most of the other medical personnel in the show, including doctors and paramedics (barring Dr. Butt as seen in "The Goons" and the pig doctor from "The Saint").
* DrJerk: Having to put up with Gumball and Darwin looking for doctor's notes, Teri's {{hypochondria}} and other general craziness has left her a tad cantankerous.
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: Assuming the dress and shoes aren't just part of her body.
* ImADoctorNotAPlaceholder: When people keep sending Bobert her way for fixing, she reminds them she isn't a mechanic. Miss Simian points out that Elmore has all kinds of weird students, so she should just shut up and deal with it.
* NerdGlasses: She wears enormously oversized eye glasses--or rather lenses inexplicably attached to her face.
* NiceHat: A white nurse hat with a red cross.
* NoNameGiven: Like the Sheriff, no one has ever called her by name.
* SphereEyes
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[[folder:Miss Lucy Simian]]
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-->Voiced by Lewis [=MacLeod=] (season 1), Hugo Harold-Harrison (season 2 onward)

An [[TimeAbyss impossibly ancient]] [[FunnyAnimal monkey]] who teaches at Elmore Junior High. Her and Principal Brown have a strong attraction to each other and barely bother to hide it.
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* ZeroPercentApprovalRating: Loathed by the entire town, Principal Brown excluded. Even Rocky, a NiceGuy who claims to like everybody, admits to her face that he hates her.
* ActionSurvivor: Of the joy virus in "The Joy". [[spoiler:She also ends up being the FinalGirl.]]
* ApatheticTeacher: She admits in "The Butterfly" that she doesn't care about the children's education, though you wouldn't either if you've been teaching since the Stone Age.
* ArtEvolution[=/=]EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: In Season 1, she was originally [[http://images1.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20120916111634/theamazingworldofgumball/images/thumb/3/3a/MissSimian2.png/200px-MissSimian2.png a rigid blocky character]] with a rather prominent shade of gray, and had a polka-dotted dress. In Season 2, she is given more color, a completely pink dress, a more rounded body, better computer animation, and some slightly noticeable FanDisservice JigglePhysics in her much more saggier boobs.
* BaldOfEvil[=/=]GirlsWithMoustaches: She's technically bald with a beard. Given she's a monkey, this wouldn't be especially notable if it weren't for it being pointed out to her in "The Boombox" by Principal Brown, showing she had not noticed before.
* BarefootCartoonAnimal: Wears a full dress but no shoes. Given her feet are realistically primate-like, she probably couldn't fit them in a regular pair of shoes.
* ElderlyImmortal[=/=]LongLived: It's unknown if she's lived 300,000 years because of actual immortality or a naturally long lifespan, but either way she looks quite old.
* EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys: Judging by her face and red bottom, she's some sort of mandrill or baboon. Despite clearly having a tail (not pictured here, but visible on the show), she's still often called an ape.
* FanDisservice: What her body shows (on both the season one and season two designs, with the season two design being more obvious since the CGI is more refined).
* ItsAllAboutMe: Her mug even says, "I Love Myself"
* JerkWithAHeartOfJerk: In "The Ape", she was a complete JerkAss to Nicole when she was young and would even use Gumball and Darwin just to get the Teacher Award. She was given a choice to either get the form with the signature on the car and fall out of the bridge or get off the car and redeem herself by staying friends with the Wattersons. [[IgnoredEpiphany She went "Nah!" to the latter and does the former, which leads to her fall]].
* MeaningfulName: [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lucy_%28Australopithecus%29 Lucy]] is also the nickname of an important hominid fossil.
* NominalHero: In "The Joy", while she's doing it for purely selfish reasons (recognition, not liking the sight of so much happiness, etc.), she still tries to stop the spread of the titular G-Rated ZombieApocalypse (even though she failed).
* NotSoAboveItAll: She's a {{Jerkass}} to end all Jerkasses...but she loves a good party.
* OfficialCouple: With Principal Brown.
* PetTheDog: She showed herself to not be ''completely'' heartless in "The Apology," as she gave up her attempts to frame or catch Gumball and Darwin when they attempted to actually get in trouble to save her dignity, her job and her relationship, and even attempted to clean up the mess they made to keep them out of trouble. Even when Darwin completely milks the fact that she's actually saying sorry for her behavior, she just chuckles. It's a surprisingly sweet moment for such a mean character.
* RedOniBlueOni: Red Oni to Principal Brown's Blue Oni.
* SadistTeacher: {{Zig Zagg|ingTrope}}ed; she's almost always portrayed as grumpy, self-centered, and mean-spirited when Principal Brown isn't present, but if this translates to actively picking on her students or Gumball specifically varies by the episode.
* SpeciesSurname: Although a bit wider than "species", as "simian" is an infraorder (a taxonomy level between an order and a family).
* TimeAbyss: At least 300,000 years old. She's so old, she taught during the Stone Age and her father's skeleton is currently on display at a natural history museum.
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[[folder:Rocky Robinson]]
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-->Voiced by Lewis [=MacLeod=] (Season 1), Hugo Harold-Harrison (Season 2), Simon Lipkin (Season 3)

Mr. and Mrs. Robinson's estranged son and a [[CartoonCreature muppet creature]] like his parents (even though he's orange and they're blue). He works numerous non-teaching positions at Elmore Junior High (mostly the janitor, the cafeteria worker, and the bus driver).
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* AlliterativeName: '''Ro'''cky '''Ro'''binson.
* BarefootCartoonAnimal: Unlike his parents, he wears no shoes.
* BlackSheep: His father disowned him because he won't take a respectable job, is a deadbeat who never graduated from school, and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking dresses like a Canadian]].
* BlandNameProduct : He wears an [[Music/AcDc AB/CD]] shirt in season one. From season two to now, the logo was changed to "Bisou" and stylized after the logo for the band "KISS".
* {{Catchphrase}}: "Word."
* LikeFatherUnlikeSon[=/=]WhiteSheep: His parents are both very mean, grumpy, and serious, but Rocky himself is friendly, happy, and laid-back.
* MellowFellow: Rocky is very calm and relaxed, generally only losing his cool when in danger or pain.
* NewJobAsThePlotDemands: He fills pretty much every non-teaching, non-administrative job at school, usually the janitor, the cafeteria worker, and the bus driver.
* NiceGuy: In "The Ape" he tells Mrs. Simian that not even ''he'' likes her... and he likes everybody!
* ReplacementGoldfish: Becomes a literal replacement goldfish for Darwin in "The Genius", who Nicole and Richard insist on calling "Rockwin".
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[[folder:Steve Small]]
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-->Voiced by Rupert Degas (season 1), Adam Long (season 2 onward)

The [[CartoonCreature humanoid covered in fluffy hair]] who acts as Elmore Junior High's guidance counselor.
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* AlliterativeName: The first letters of his first and last name begin with a "S".
* AmericanAccents: He had a slight Dixie (Southern U.S.) accent in the first season. Season two on, he had a stereotypical hippie voice.
* CharacterizationMarchesOn: In season one, Mr. Small's hippie-like tendencies weren't so pronounced and it was generally implied that he was much meaner and more shiftless than he let on, whereas after that he seems to genuinely be a complete doormat. And, as mentioned in the AmericanAccents entry above, his first voice actors played him with a Southern accent.
* ChewToy: Him being injured as the result of the protagonist's actions has become a RunningGag since the end of season one.
* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Even besides his deliberately "hippie" behavior, he's done strange things like writing an ''extremely'' long poem from the point of view of a shoe and thinking he's become one with the universe when he woke up in a room full of foam.
* DrillSergeantNasty: He's the judge for cheerleading tryout and is [[SchoolClubsAreSeriousBusiness extremely serious about it]] for a team [[ClubStub with about six members]].
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal
* HippieTeacher: A counselor variant. Though he's rather less patient than the typical example.
* MoodSwinger: Can go from an easy-going hippie to an enraged maniac in a snap.
* NewAgeRetroHippie: Right down to the rainbow shirt, temporarily having a diet that was just sunlight, talking about "the man," having a hippie van named Janis (possibly named after JanisJoplin), and even being a ''literal cloud''. There's even [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar a few moments implying he is indeed a stoner]]; drinking herbal tea that makes him black out and on "The Void," he can bounce through the dimension of the world's mistakes because he's, "...used to feeling spaced out."
* NothingButSkinAndBones: On a few occasions where he wears skin-tight clothes (or any type of revealing clothes, like the midriff-bearing holistic doctor outfit he wore in "The Allergy," the tattered clothes he had in "The Pizza," and when he wore nothing but a loincloth in "The Void") we can see his ribcage with a disturbing amount of detail. Justified as he starved himself on a diet of sunlight and (rarely) eats meat.
* LargeHam:
-->"Don't hate me because I'm ''beautiful!''"
* PissTakeRap: Has one about honesty; while dressed in a ''bear costume''.
* PsychoPsychologist: Mr. Small is the school's counselor but really needs therapy more than any of his students. Especially in the first season, where he often showed himself to be violently bipolar. Seasons two and three had him more as spacey and paranoid.
* ScareEmStraight: Does this to Gumball and Darwin by showing them a grotesque diagram of the soul of a liar. This can also be applied to his sock puppet, the Silence Snake, whom he uses to scream at people and shock them into shutting up.
* SphereEyes
* StrawVegetarian: In "The Castle" he states he's only a vegetarian so he can rub his superiority over not eating meat in everyone's faces. In "The Pizza," it's revealed that in dire survival situations, he will turn to cannibalism, but only if the person about to be eaten hasn't had any antibiotics or anything that's not considered organic. Principal Brown in "The Fraud" mentions that he hates vegetarians because they're boring, always go shirtless, and have a smug superiority to them, which may or may not be how he really feels about Mr. Small.
* {{Tuckerization}}: Named after a friend of the show's creator that also works in animation--the same one that made his character design, in fact.
* UnmovingPlaid: His rainbow-patterned shirt [[http://theamazingworldofgumball.wikia.com/wiki/File:HeyNewGirl.png played this straight]] a few times in season one. Every other time it's a {{downplayed|trope}} example, because the pattern will rotate and shift as his body parts move, but [[http://theamazingworldofgumball.wikia.com/wiki/File:Photopreview5.png does not change when his shirt gets folded]].
[[/folder]]

!!Other Citizens of Elmore

[[folder:Banana Bob and Banana Barbara]]
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-->Voiced by Mic Graves (Bob), Sandra Searles Dickinson (Barbara)

Banana Joe's parents, two other [[AnthropomorphicFood bananas.]]
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* AlliterativeName: Both of them.
* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Barbara wears a polka-dot ribbon. Bizarrely, Bob's mustache was shown in "The Shell" to actually be a detachable accessory.
* TheChewToy: Barbara is subject to a large amount of prat-falls in "The Mothers", many of them caused by [[TheKlutz her extreme clumsiness.]]
* HiddenDepths: Banana Bob used to be a musician. And a bank robber.
* LookalikeLovers: They're basically identical save their TertiarySexualCharacteristics, as seen in "The Shell" where it's revealed that Banana Bob's mustache is detachable and, without it, his voice is very high and girl-like.
* MadOracle: In "The Shell" it's implied that Banana Barbara paints portraits that predict the future. "The Oracle" shows that she's been doing it for years, though Banana Joe never noticed because all of them were of the Watterson family. And any time she's seen making one, she [[ThousandYardStare stares around blankly]].
* ObliviouslyEvil: Banana Bob mentions in "The Oracle" that people threw their hands up and gave him money any time he put on a [[BlatantBurglar balaclava]] (or "bananaclava" as he calls it) and walked into a bank, not understanding that those people thought he was robbing them.
* SpeciesSurname: Like their son, "Banana" is their family name even though it's their first.
* TertiarySexualCharacteristics: Barbara has eyelashes, lipstick, and a bow while Bob has a mustache. In "The Shell," Banana Bob's mustache is detachable and the only thing keeping his voice masculine, which carries some odd implications.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Billy and Felicity Parham]]
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-->Voiced by Richard Overall (Billy), Sandra Searles Dickinson (Felicity)

A mother and child who are both [[CartoonCreature abstract blobs]] colored orange and blue, respectively.
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* AbusiveParents[=/=]HilariouslyAbusiveChildhood: Billy does not have a very good mom.
** In "The Extras," she crashed her car (with her son in it) into a house and left him in there while she walked out and beaned herself on the head with a shovel.
** In "The Gripes," she threw her son in the trunk of the car and buckled up her groceries [[HypocriticalHumor as she accused Gumball's father of being a bad parent]].
** In "The Law," she leaves her son behind when she hijacks the ice cream truck and goes on a crime spree.
** In "The Butterfly," she shoved her own son out of the way when he was chasing after the $20 bill that the hairy hobo lost. [[LaserGuidedKarma Fortunately, she got what was coming to her when Mrs. Robinson shoved her out of the way to get the $20 bill]].
* AscendedExtra: They started as {{Recurring Extra}}s throughout season 2[[labelnote:before that]]A completely different-looking boy, who once spoke with the same voice as Billy, and his mother were seen several times in the first season[[/labelnote]], then they got a skit in "The Extras" and major roles in "The Law" and "The Egg".
* AxCrazy: Felicity, and ''how''.
* BlueOrangeContrast: Not only are they blue and orange, but the mother has blue lips.
* ChildProdigy: Billy is about as smart as Anais, and a bit more of an InsufferableGenius.
* {{Hipster}}: Billy seems rather disdainful of suburban living. He [[BirdsOfAFeather gets along with Anais very well]], celebrating how they'll do hipster things like tour Europe and get tattoos, [[spoiler:until she admits she likes Daisy the Donkey, which he thinks is a mindless show that exists solely to sell merchandise]].
* RichBitch: It's not clear exactly how rich they are, but they're both pretty stuck up. When it appears to them that Gumball and Darwin were being arrested, the mother assumes it's because they went to public school.
* SphereEyes
* StepfordSmiler: Beneath her cheery demeanor, Felicity is bitchy at best and mentally deranged at worst. In their skit in "The Extras" when she got tired of Billy's pestering, she crashed her car into their house and knocked herself out with a shovel so she didn't have to listen to him. In "The Law," the sight of Gumball not being stopped by the Doughnut Sheriff (who was fired) for ''jaywalking'' enrages her so much that she immediately figures law and order doesn't exist anymore, hijacks Larry's ice cream truck, leaving her son behind, and plows through Elmore until she reaches the police department and threatens to kill the Chief of Police with an ice cream cone. "The Egg" is pretty much an entire episode of her making catty remarks about The Wattersons while barely trying to keep her cheerfulness at bay.
* {{Tuckerization}}: Their last name comes from one of the show's writers, Joe Parham.
* UnexplainedAccent: Billy has a British accent[[note]]specifically ReceivedPronunciation, so it's probably not even one of the show's British voice actors NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent[[/note]], even though his mother and the rest of Elmore do not.
* UnnamedParent: Until "The Egg", Felicity's name was never stated.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Patrick Fitzgerald]]
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-->Voiced by Dan Russell

Penny's father, another [[AnimateInanimateObject living peanut]] [[MixAndMatchCritters with antlers]]. [[spoiler:Although beneath his shell he's presumably a spectral shapeshifter with antlers like his daughter.]]
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* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Normally wears only sandals with socks under them. When at work he also wears a hardhat and when jogging he replaces the sandals with tennis shoes and adds sweatbands.
* BlackBeadEyes: Like his daughter, his eyes look like this, but actually seem to be holes in his shell.
* EarlyBirdCameo: Gumball, Darwin, and Nicole run through his backyard in "The DVD", when he wouldn't get a speaking role until "The Date" later that season.
* FatIdiot: Subverted. Mr. Fitzgerald is scarily on the ball when it comes to parenting, and seems to be a very authoritative and strict person, despite his size - which, given what the Fitzgeralds are like under their shells, may not be indicative of his weight anyway.
* LargeAndInCharge: The biggest in the Fitzgerald household.
* OnlySaneMan: Has a justified grudge against the Wattersons, [[PapaWolf and Gumball in particular]], but is unusually quick to put it aside as events dictate. Was pretty much the only Elmore resident who was willing to work ''with'' the Wattersons in some way during the events of "The Finale" (by taking a fall in a "Dad Fight" between him and Richard, as things had clearly gotten well out of hand with the crowd and all).
* OverprotectiveDad: He refuses to let Penny see Gumball after his family makes a bad impression in "The Knights", and flat-out refuses to even let her say anything about it. "The Shell" implies a lot of this is because their whole family are secretive about what they're like under their shells, but this ends up backfiring and making Penny feel ashamed after she leaves her shell. Since "The Shell," however, Patrick hasn't been as overprotective or as antagonistic to Gumball: In "The Spoiler," he still feels the need to eavesdrop over Gumball and Penny's phone conversation, but he's notably less hostile towards Gumball than he was before and actually feels bad about revealing a major plot point in ''The Screamening''.
* PapaWolf: To Penny. The fact that she likes [[IdiotHero Gumball]] doesn't help. However, as of "The Shell" (when Gumball called him out on hurting Penny's feelings when she was freaking out over her new form, then consoled him and told him that "parenting is hard" and went through hell to get Penny back to her default form and back to her father), Patrick has loosened up a bit.
* UglyGuyHotWife: His wife isn't fat like he is, though he seems to be in much better shape than Richard.
* UnnamedParent: His given name (Patrick) wasn't stated until "The Shell". The same episode played with it by Gumball repeatedly calling him some variation of "Robert", when the audience would have no idea that he was wrong.
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[[folder:The Chimera]]
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A large, strange creature made of many different parts (mostly Lego bricks, a Barbie doll leg, a plastic shark's head, and a leg from an action figure of The Thing from The Fantastic Four). He pretended to be an imaginary friend created by Anais, Darwin, and Gumball but was actually a creation of a lonely toymaker who outlived him.
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* {{Adorkable}}: His social skills are rather poor because he'd previously never talked with anyone but his creator. Gumball even tells Anais that [[LonelyTogether she finally found someone as socially awkward as her]], [[HellYesMoment to her delight]].
* BizarreTasteInFood: He eats hair.
* DetachmentCombat[=/=]PullingThemselvesTogether: Although he doesn't use them to fight, The Friend can remotely control his detachable pieces and reassemble himself at will. He shows this off by [[LosingYourHead taking his head off]] then comes together again after being blown to pieces.
* DoesNotKnowHisOwnStrength: He barely nudges a pinata and it's sent flying into the sky.
* {{Living Toy|}}: An old toymaker made him because he was lonely.
* MisunderstoodLonerWithAHeartOfGold: After his creator died, he started wandering around at random and his appearance made people scared of him even though he's actually quite nice.
* MixAndMatchCritters: And a [[OurMonstersAreWeird rather bizarre one]] even by Elmore standards: his body is a collection of LEGO-like blocks, his left arm is robot-like and has a buzzsaw, the right arm is like a giant action figure's arm, his right leg is like a mannequin's, his left like [[Comicbook/FantasticFour Ben Grimm's]], and he has a shark's head with long hair.
* NotSoImaginaryFriend: He shows up right after Anais, Darwin, and Gumball try to make up an imaginary friend together, and pretends to be the friend they made up.
* NoNameGiven: He never uses any name, isn't ask for one, and might not have one.
* OddFriendship: He forms one with Anais.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Granny Jojo]]
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-->Voiced by Sandra Searles Dickinson

Richard's mother, another [[AmazingTechnicolorPopulation pink]] [[FunnyAnimal rabbit.]]
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* CharacterizationMarchesOn: Rather than being overly protective, in the first season she seemed extremely ''apathetic'', not wanting to do anything in "The Kiss" but watch TV all day and uncaringly telling Richard that magic wasn't real in a flashback in "The Wand". Compare with episodes like "The Authority" and "The Man," where it's established that she was an overprotective parent to Richard and lied to him about why his father wasn't around.
* DecemberDecemberRomance: With Louie (the MickeyMouse {{Expy}}); [[ParentWithNewParamour when Richard finds out]], he freaks.
* GrossUpCloseUp: We constantly get this of her putting on her lipstick in "The Kiss".
* FreudianExcuse: "The Man" implies that [[spoiler:Richard's father leaving him and his mother 42 years ago when he was very young]] is part of why she's so overprotective.
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: Like her granddaughter, but unlike her son, she wears shoes.
* MiniatureSeniorCitizen: In the first season she was noticeably shorter than Richard or Nicole. [[ArtEvolution Her second season design]] is barely taller than Anais.
-->'''Granny Jojo:''' (inside, talking about the kids outside) See, this is exactly the kind of thing I was worried about. \\
'''Nicole:''' How would you know? You're not even tall enough to look out the window!
* MyBelovedSmother: She thinks a mother has to protect her family from everything [[ScareEmStraight by making them scared of everything.]] Richard's such a FatIdiot because she had him sit around eating all day, never learning how to do anything himself.
* TheNicknamer: Calls Gumball "the blue one" Darwin "walking fish" and "fish kid".
* ObnoxiousInLaws: Both Nicole and Richard prefer to be as far away as possible whenever she visits. She has an extremely low opinion of Nicole as a mother that she vocalizes regularly, yet also leans on her for ridiculous demands, making her waste one of her only four days off to be her chauffeur.
* VagueAge: In "The Man" she states herself to be 63 years old, yet she already looked old when Richard was a kid, and he's now thought to be between 40 and 50 years of age.
* ScrewPolitenessImASenior: She's very blunt, [[HeyYou doesn't bother to remember her grandkids names]], and she made Anais carry a suitcase that's clearly too heavy for her.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Mrs. Jötunheim]]
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-->Voiced by Sandra Searles Dickinson

Hector's mother, a grumpy witch who has to keep her son calm to keep him from destroying Elmore.
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* AbsurdlyYouthfulMother: {{Inverted|Trope}}; she looks far too old to have a middle school-aged son. Possibly whatever species she is [[YoungerThanTheyLook looks like that regardless of age]], or giants like Hector grow more slowly than "regular" people.
* BlueCollarWarlock: She is a rather comical mixture of a traditional witch (she lives in a cave, uses a MagicCauldron, knows about magic spells, and flies on a broom) and an everyday person (she goes into town like everyone else, she works as a custodian, and she has a son in middle school).
* {{Expy}}: Her character design is heavily based on [[Film/SpiritedAway Yubaba]].
* InterspeciesRomance: Her husband is stated to be a giant even bigger than Hector, implying she's a member of some WitchSpecies, rather than a giant that shrank with old age. [[HotSkittyOnWailordAction And she's not even as big as a human.]]
* GoodIsNotNice: Mrs. Jötunheim is fairly unpleasant to talk to, but is the main thing keeping Hector from destroying the town and helps Gumball from the Snatcher in "The Mirror" without asking for anything in return.
* MiniatureSeniorCitizen: Even Gumball towers over her.
* MyBelovedSmother: She's extremely controlling of everything Hector sees and does, even vetoing his online friend invitations and heavily censoring his comics. [[PlayingWithATrope However,]] this isn't to protect Hector, it's to keep him calm, protecting everyone else ''from'' him.
* WickedWitch: She turns out to really be a witch, as Gumball had guessed, and has a lot of the visual traits, including discolored warty skin, [[SinisterSchnoz a big nose]], and a {{witch broom}}, [[SubvertedTrope but isn't really evil.]]
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Laurence "Larry" Needlemeyer]]
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-->Voiced by Kerry Shale

A skinny man [[RockMonster made of rock]] who works many different jobs throughout Elmore.
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* BarrierMaiden: He holds so many jobs that his continued employment is required to keep Elmore's economy (and society as a whole) from spontaneously collapsing.
* CartoonCreature: [[https://twitter.com/#!/benbocquelet/status/171333727501295616 He's suppose to be]] a [[RockMonster rock-man]], but his design makes this slightly hard to tell.
* ChewToy: He can hardly make an appearance where something terrible doesn't happen to him -- usually at the hands of the Watterson family.
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: Wears a shirt plus LongPants.
* FunnySchizophrenia: In "The Game", he takes a pizza being ordered to his own address from a PrankCall, then argues with ''himself'' over who pays for it, ultimately throwing the pizza in his own face.
-->'''Larry:''' I think all these jobs are messing with my head.
* HumiliationConga: Goes through one at the hands of Gumball and Darwin in "The Laziest", as they get him fired while causing his car to be destroyed and girlfriend to dump him. [[UnexplainedRecovery He's back to normal by his next appearance.]]
* NewJobAsThePlotDemands: Runs pretty much every shop in town and does a lot of other jobs as well that isn't already covered by other characters. {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d in the "The Finale" where it is explained that because of the Wattersons' constant antics, he has to take on more than one job in order to pay for all the damage they caused for him. In "The Pizza", it turns out he's the ''only'' one in town doing many of these things (including pest control worker[[note]]even though "The Shell" showed that a cockroach, ironically, is the town's pest control worker...unless he got fired for shooting Nicole with a tranquilizer dart while trying to subdue Penny during her shapeshifting freak-out and Larry took over[[/note]], police station accountant, and roadside repairman), and if he goes, the town's economy falls.
* ThatManIsDead: He used to be "Lazy Larry", the laziest person in Elmore, but after he lost that title to Richard he's been trying to get his life together and doesn't like being called "Lazy Larry" anymore.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Richwood High Tennis Team]]
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-->Voiced by Hugo Harold-Harrison (Carlton), Fergus Craig (Troy), Steve Furst (Mr. Kreese)

A trio of [[StylisticSuck poorly-animated]] (looking similar to how humans are animated in most 1980s cartoons, like ''GIJoeARealAmericanHero'' or anything by {{Filmation}}) humans: two high-school tennis players named Carlton and Troy and their coach, Mr. Kreese. They're the only humans to appear on the show in person (not counting Santa Claus, who may be a sort of elf/fairy).
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* AmbiguouslyBrown: Troy has a somewhat dark skin tone, but it might just be a tan.
* BunnyEarsLawyer: In spite of their delusional behavior, Carlton and Troy are actually extremely skilled at playing tennis. The one time Gumball actually tried to return one of their serves, the spin alone was enough to tear the racket out of his hand.
* DefeatMeansFriendship: Ironically it's after ''they'' win that Darwin and Gumball get their respect. They're impressed that Gumball managed to keep playing after a minor injury, despite neither one trying to win before or after it.
* TheDividual: Carlton and Troy are, for most purposes, the same person.
* {{Expy}}: Carlton/Troy and Mr. Kreese blatantly parody the arrogant but honorable student/ruthless coach dynamic of Johnny and John Kreese in ''Film/TheKarateKid''. Although unlike John Kreese, Mr. Kreese has a HeelFaceTurn.
* ImpossiblyTackyClothes: They wear extremely stereotypical [[OutdatedOutfit 1980s clothing]], including tennis shoes and high-socks with rainbow highlights, long wavy hair, rectangular shades, and brightly color sweaters worn as both clothing and accessories for the shoulder and waist at the same time.
* ManChild: Mr. Kreese engages in UnsportsmanlikeGloating with all the grace, eloquence, and enthusiasm of a five-year old.
* NonStandardCharacterDesign: Their designs look like they're from a 70s or 80s cartoon made by Creator/{{Filmation}} or Creator/{{Sunbow|Entertainment}}. Even with the show's extremely diverse art style they're all ''very'' out of place.
* OpposingSportsTeam: Relentlessly parodied: all three continuously insist that they're "more hardcore" than Darwin and Gumball, despite facing no disagreement, and [[TheThingThatWouldNotLeave won't stop bothering them]] until the two accept their challenge to prove it.
* {{Retraux}}: Their 80s-ness extends not just to their clothes and character design, but also their ''animation'': their movement are all very choppy, they make flamboyant mannerisms reminiscent of ''Anime/SpeedRacer'', [[http://theamazingworldofgumball.wikia.com/wiki/File:Sweatershardcore.png closeups]] show them with non-uniform outlines and bleeding colors to make them look like they're cel-animated, and there are some [[StylisticSuck deliberate art errors]] like Carlton suddenly having freckles for just one scene.
* RichBastard: Carlton threatens to have his rich dad [[SavingTheOrphanage bulldoze Elmore Junior High to make a golf course]] if Gumball and Darwin don't have a tennis match with them.
* TokenHuman: They are the only human character seen in-person. However, Carlton, Troy, Mr. Kreese, and the background characters of Richwood High are animated rather than live-action like the humans shown on television, so they [[AmbiguouslyHuman might not be quite the same thing]].
* WrongGenreSavvy: All of them act like they're in a cheesy 80s sports movie when they're really in an episode of a cartoon parodying those movies. Unfortunately, their presence seems [[InfectiousInsanity to cause almost everyone else to act the same.]]
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Gaylord Robinson]]
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-->Voiced by Rupert Degas (Season 1), Stefan Ashton Frank (Season 2 onward)

The Watterson's cranky neighbor who appears to be [[CartoonCreature a sort of Muppet creature]] or a [[LivingToys muppet come to life]]. In spite of his attitude, Gumball and Darwin adore him.
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* BigOlUnibrow
* CrankyNeighbor[=/=]GrumpyOldMan: Mr. Robinson's smug sense of superiority toward the Wattersons is one of his only sources of enjoyment, and he's constantly trying to find something wrong with them, going so far as to camp in his trash can all day to find out if they were using it without his permission. He even sometimes drives his car around town, trying to make as many people miserable as possible.
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal
* HappilyMarried: He and his wife Margaret are "happily" married because they argue, ''a lot''.
* HiddenDepths: Despite his uptight personality, he has a love of dance, and gives a big musical performance in his first episode.
* HopelessWithTech[=/=]TechnologicallyBlindElders: He doesn't know how to program his alarm clock (he says this himself ''as he sees someone else is doing it'') and mistakes a video camera for a musical instrument.
* LookalikeLovers: Broadly; he and his wife are both CGI muppets with the same nose and color scheme, but their hair and body shapes are entirely different. Strangely, their son has his father's body shape, but neither the color or nose his parents share.
* MarionetteMotion: [[InvokedTrope Invoked]], given [[Creator/JimHenson what]] [[TheMuppetShow he's based]] [[{{Muppet}} off of]].
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Margaret Robinson]]
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-->Voiced by Teresa Gallagher

Mr. Robinson's wife, another [[CartoonCreature muppet creature]], who speaks only in mumbles.
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* CrankyNeighbor: She doesn't go out of her way to antagonize the Watterson as much, but clearly hates them as well and enjoys cutting flowers from her garden just because she can.
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal
* HappilyMarried: See Mr. Robinson's entry above.
* HartmanHips: Her body shape is basically a tiny torso on top of large, egg-shaped hips.
* LookalikeLovers
* TheUnintelligible: She speaks only in unintelligible grunts and grumbles. Her husband [[IntelligibleUnintelligible can understand her]] at least, albeit with some difficulty.
* YourCheatingHeart: In "The Boss," while Mr. Robinson was in the hospital, suffering from a stuffing deficiency, she ran off to go on an island vacation and nearly married one of the sailors she met there.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Sal Left Thumb]]
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-->Voiced by Kerry Shale

A [[AnimateInanimateObject giant thumb print]] and resident career criminal. Though not seen often in the series, his face is shown on a lot of wanted posters posted on walls, fences, and in stores (with a cash reward of $25 if caught).
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* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Only wears a mask.
* AmericanAccents: Has a thick Bronx-accent.
* AstonishinglyAppropriateAppearance: He's a criminal and a walking piece of forensic evidence.
* BlatantBurglar: He's always shown wearing a DominoMask, except a flashback that showed him as a kid.
* ImprobableWeaponUser: He uses a ''[[FunnySpoon spoon]]'' to rob people. He never actually uses it for anything but threatening people; it's basically a [[ExaggeratedTrope very over-the-top]] form of FamilyFriendlyFirearms.
* SphereEyes
* VerbalTic: Says 'suckers' a lot, which is what eventually gets him in trouble at the end of "The Spoon".
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Senior Citizens]]
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-->Voiced by Dan Russell (Marvin), Maria Teresa Creasey (Betty, Season 3), Gillian Hanna (Betty, Season 4 on), Shane Rimmer (Louie)

A group of old people usually seen sitting together on a lawn. They include [[FunnyAnimal a mouse]] named Louie, [[CartoonCreature a red jelly bean-looking blob]] named Marvin Finklehimer, a lady who appears to be [[AnimateInanimateObject a segment of a green chalkboard]] named Betty, and a man [[CartoonCreature that looks like a collection of plaid patterns]].
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* AscendedExtra: Marvin and Louie end up getting major roles in "The Watch" and "The Man", respectively.
* CoolOldGuy: Louie shows himself to be a very friendly and amiable person, despite Richard's refusal to let him date his mother. He can also dance (sort of).
* DecemberDecemberRomance: Louie is dating Granny Jojo.
* FeudingFamilies: Marvin hated the Wattersons because they'd been feuding with his family for generations over the possession of an old watch. They stop once both sides realize no one actually cares about the thing, but the feud briefly resumed once they find out it's worth a lot of money--then ends again when the watch is destroyed.
* RatedMForManly: Louie went against Richard in a "man off" and won every single event.
* ScatterbrainedSenior: When Louie is off his meds, he mistakes a trash can for a young man trying to compete with him in a dance contest.
* ViolentGlaswegian: The plaid man has a Scottish accent and agrees to let Gumball have his scooter if he can beat him in a fight, though [[SubvertedTrope he immediately gives up]] once he realizes he can't even get out of his chair.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Sheriff]]
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-->Voiced by Lewis [=MacLeod=] (Season 1), Dan Russell (Season 2 on)

The [[AnthropomorphicFood donut]] police officer most often seen around Elmore.
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* BadassDriver: [[ExaggeratedTrope Taken to a ridiculous extent]] at the end of "The Law", where he drove a truck off the road using a ''stroller'' instead of one of the bikes conveniently located next to it.
* CarnivoreConfusion: His [[TrademarkFavoriteFood favorite food]] is doughnuts.
* {{Cephalothorax}}
* DonutMessWithACop: He's a cop ''and'' a living doughnut, as well as the page image.
* DrivesLikeCrazy: When he was trying to show that he could be "cool", he goes on a driving spree where snaking through mailboxes was the least crazy thing he did ("Darn, missed all of them!").
* EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep[=/=]NoNameGiven: He's never addressed by name and only even addressed by rank in "The Car".
* {{Expy}}: He has a lot in common with Chief Wiggum from ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', though Doughnut Sheriff is slightly more competent than Chief Wiggum is. They're both even voiced with an Edward G. Robinson impression, and [[https://twitter.com/benbocquelet/status/618494419508043777 Wiggum is specifically cited as inspiration for the voice]].
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: Like ''Spongebob Squarepants'', being a full dressed {{Cephalothorax}} results in him having [[DetachedSleeves sleeves for a shirt that isn't on his body.]]
* PoliceAreUseless: Zigzagged. There are times where he is competent and does his job, but for every time that happens, there are at least three or four times he does something reckless that, in the real world, would have gotten him thrown off the force years ago.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Video Game Store Manager]]
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-->Voiced by Dan Russell

The diminutive [[CartoonCreature plush toy-like]] manager of the Ripley 2000 video store.
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* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal[=/=]FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: Either he's wearing some kind of coveralls (with teddy bear ears) or that's part of his body and the only article of clothing is his tie.
* TheBusCameBack: He was originally just a OneShotCharacter in "The Refund", then suddenly made a reappearance in "The Question" (on the part where Larry goes mad from the realization that his life is a grind) more than two seasons later.
* HonestJohnsDealership: He absolutely refuses to give refunds for anything under any circumstances, and sold a paper shredder claiming it was a game console.
* {{Jerkass}}[=/=]MeanBoss: He makes Laurence admit it was ''his'' fault that there was traffic which caused him to be late (and probably make him say it like he means it). Then he hangs up on him.
* KillerRabbit: Subverted; despite what Needlemeyer insists, he's physically capable of nothing more than slight annoyance. The person he was attacking just happened to be a complete wuss.
* MoneyFetish: He makes ''[[WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants Mr. Krabs]]'' look generous.
* TheNapoleon: Short and incredibly aggressive.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Harold Wilson]]
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-->Voiced by Kerry Shale

Tobias's father and Jackie's HenpeckedHusband, another [[CartoonCreature many-colored stylized cloud]]
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* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Wears only a tie and the front of a collar--he doesn't even wear shoes like his son does.
* {{Cephalothorax}}
* DirtyCoward: When Harold and his wife think they're in danger, he claims he can handle it, [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere but then just runs away, leaving her behind]].
* HenpeckedHusband: In "The Castle," he stays with the Wattersons because Jackie won't let him be himself at home. Taken to extremes in "The Pizza," when Harold is shown on a leash and barking when Jackie emerges from the wrecked van, symbolizing how Harold is treated like a dog[[note]]or, if you want to get vulgar, "is a bitch."[[/note]]
* NoSenseOfPersonalSpace: He likes poking people for no reason, and even went to the Watterson house in "The Castle" so his wife wouldn't stop him.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Jackie Wilson]]
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-->Voiced by Teresa Gallagher

Tobias's mother, also a [[CartoonCreature rainbow cloud person]], albeit a [[BizarreSexualDimorphism very different looking one.]]
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* AmericanAccents: She has a very nasally Joisey accent, similar to [[WesternAnimation/SouthPark Sheila Brovlofski]].
* {{Jerkass}}: many of her scenes shows her as an unpleasant and rude person.
* LikeParentLikeChild: In "The Mothers" she shows herself to be a lot like Tobias, even working with him to cheat at the Mom-off.
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[[folder:Rachel Wilson]]
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-->Voiced by Jessica [=MacDonald=]

Tobias's older sister, another [[CartoonCreature many-colored cloud person]].
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* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: She hasn't appeared since season one (except in a picture), as Ben Bocquelet some other staff members really don't like her.
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: [[HumanoidFemaleAnimal Unlike her brother and dad]], she and her mom wear clothing on their bodies.
* SingleWomanSeeksGoodMan: Rachel gave [[NiceGuy Darwin]] a smooch after he helped clean up the mess the party left before her parents came home.
[[/folder]]

!!Other

[[folder:Anton Clones]]
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-->Voiced by Stefan Ashton Frank (Ant-One)

Numerous clones of Anton that Darwin and Gumball made in "The Recipe" using an everyday toaster. Among them, only the first two clones were named: the burnt first one, who named himself "Ant-One", and the second, which Gumball and Darwin named "Ant-Two".
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* EvilTwin: After surviving being burnt, Ant-One comes out of the garbage can to try and replace the original Anton.
* ExpendableClone: Although Darwin and Gumball worry about getting in trouble for making them, almost all of them die, and nothing seems to come of it.
* LiteralGenie: They're so naive that they'll follow whatever orders they hear first as literally as possible, even taking "split up" to mean "tear yourself in half".
* NotEnoughToBury: [[spoiler:Ant-One falls into a pool and is [[FoldSpindleMutilation torn to pieces by the grate of the drain he's sucked into]].]]
* SoleSurvivor: [[spoiler:Ant-Two is the only clone left at the end of "The Recipe". The "real" Anton also died, but he was just a different line of clones that would presumably be replaced again by his parents, raising the question of exactly what happened to Ant-Two.]]
* TooDumbToLive: All but Ant-One have even fewer self-preservation instincts than the real Anton, even directly causing their own deaths just because some random people told them to.
* VerbalTic: Ant-Two repeats the last words of something someone else said.
** [[SelfDemonstratingArticle Something someone else said!]]
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Mr. Cuddles]]
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Penny's pet tarantula who was thought to have died in "The Date". He seems to really, really hate Gumball.
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* BusCrash: He wasn't with the Fitzgerald family when they were standing outside their burning house at the end of "The Bros". [[FridgeHorror That implies]], probably accidentally, that Mr. Cuddles died in the fire or was already dead for some other reason.
* FluffyTheTerrible: Despite the name, he's a tarantula, and a fairly aggressive one.
* TalkingAnimal: Like all animals in Elmore, he showed that he could talk in "The World", but doesn't do it normally.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Kenneth]]
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A strange creature accidentally created when Darwin and Gumball's "gross jar" is heated in a microwave. He eats basically anything and eventually any''one'', growing larger all the time.
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* ILoveNuclearPower: Gumball claims Kenneth was created by "the atomic power of the microwave", though microwaves actually have nothing to do with nuclear radiation.
* ItCameFromTheFridge: Kenneth originated when a bunch of gross stuff Gumball put in a jar was put in the microwave.
* MiracleGroMonster: It's voracious eating habits let it keep growing and growing until, after a few days at most, it goes from approximately football-sized to two stories tall.
* MonsterOfTheWeek: Kenneth is not mentioned after "The Microwave" until he [[TheBusCameBack reappears]] in "The Finale" when Richard takes him out of storage.
* MuckMonster: Kenneth body looks like it's made of mud or sludge. Rather than being industrial waste, he's simply made of all the gross things Gumball could collect, including used tissues, bird poop, belly-button lint, and spoiled milk that was swallowed then regurgitated.
* SealedEvilInACan: In "The Finale", it turns out Kenneth was dealt with offscreen by reducing him to his original size again, putting him in his original jar, and freezing it. He's unsealed as part of the Watterson family's LastDance.
* UglyCute: In-universe, Gumball and Darwin [[AdmiringTheAbomination certainly think Kenneth, as their "son", is cute]], and Anais reluctantly describe it using these exact words. At least before he starts growing to tremendous proportions after ''eating people alive.''
[[/folder]]

[[folder:The Solar System]]
-->Voiced by Kerry Shale (sun)

In the universe of this show, it's not just things on Earth that are alive, but Earth itself and other celestial bodies.
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* UsefulNotes/BritishAccents: In "The Debt", the moon and Saturn have Estuary accents. All the planets and the moon have generic American accents in every other scenes until "The Question", where ''every'' planet (but not the sun) has an Estuary accent.
* GeniusLoci: They're cable of thinking, speaking [[SpaceIsNoisy with each other and people on Earth]], and ''singing''.
* SmugSuper: They're bigger than you, will live longer than you, and flat out tell Gumball that his life and everyone else's are insignificant. What they ''don't'' get is that even their existence is finite, and end up [[TooDumbToLive wasting the rest of their lives rubbing their superiority into the face of someone who can't hear them]].
* TimeAbyss: Since they're planets, they've been "alive" for billions of years and will be for billions more.
* WeirdMoon: The moon has visible ''butt cheeks'', which it enjoys shoving into Earth's face, sometimes while singing.
* WeirdSun: The sun can swing around the horizon to complain about people making too much noise at night. In "The Dress" it was even small and close enough for a balloon to float into it.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Virus]]
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-->Voiced by Kerry Shale

A [[TalkingAnimal sentient virus]] and leader of a new strain that mutated on Gumball's unwashed hand. Teri forced Gumball to wash that hand, killing all his soldiers and setting him off for revenge.
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* AdaptiveAbility: It's constantly mutating, causing it to gain strange properties such as {{flight}} and infecting ''computers'' instead of people.
* AvengingTheVillain: The virus was the commander of a virus army and SoleSurvivor of Gumball washing his hands. He swears he'll avenge them by infecting and killing Gumball, his family, his friends, and everyone else until [[OmnicidalManiac "nothing is left alive on the surface of the Earth".]]
* EvilSoundsDeep: Played with; anytime it's in closeup, it's voice sounds very deep. Farther shots, however, show that its voice is extremely high-pitched from a subjective perspective because it's so small.
* ExtraEyes: It has three eyes, though given it's a virus ''any'' of the eyes are "extras".
* GutturalGrowler: It speaks with a very guttural voice.
* MonsterOfTheWeek: He's dead by the end of the episode he premiered in.
* MultiArmedAndDangerous: It has eight tentacle-like protrusion that it uses like two legs and six arms.
* NoNameGiven: As a virus, he probably doesn't even have a name.
* ProudWarriorRaceGuy: It speaks of infecting a body like waging a war and [[NobodyCallsMeChicken is extremely offended at Gumball calling it a coward]].
* UndignifiedDeath: [[{{Pride}} For the sake of proving its might]], it agrees to fight mano-a-mano against Gumball, [[TooDumbToLive who is millions of times his size]], and is immediately TrampledUnderfoot.
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!!Elmore/The World
Not only is every individual object in the Elmore alive and sentient, but Elmore in its totality seems to possess some sort of intelligence. Although it hasn't talked or shown a face like any of the others objects or the planets, "The Void" heavily implies the world itself was responsible for the void's creation and "mistakes" being sent into it.
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* GeniusLoci: Elmore is able to decide what things the world would be better without, then send them to the void. Mostly, it gets rid of dated fads and inefficient technology, but people may go out as well.
* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: Its modus operandi is pretty much that of an author who doesn't mind [[RetCon changing their world retroactively]] or doing terrible things to their characters for the sake of making the story more interesting.
* RealityWarper: The world can send things and people to another dimension, suppress most memories of them, and coverup evidence that they ever existed. Given the void's pattern flashed at the end of "The Kids", it might also be responsible for Gumball and Darwin's voice changing. It doesn't have absolute power, however, as Mr. Small, Darwin, and Gumball were able to remember anyway and break Molly out of the void before they were all sealed in.
* TotalitarianUtilitarian: If it will make the world better, it will take people and make them spend the rest of their life in an infinite nothingness with nothing but other mistakes for company. Naturally, it also wants to keep this a secret, even if it means sealing people who it ''didn't'' think of as mistakes in that same void. Of course, since ''it'' is the world, utilitarianism and [[ItsAllAboutMe selfishness]] are one and the same.
* WalkingSpoiler: Simply knowing that the world has a will of its own is a major part of the twist of "The Void".
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!!Zach
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-->Voiced by Jacob Hopkins

An intolerable split personality Gumball develops upon finding out his real first name in "The Name".
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* AssholeVictim: Gumball more or less kills Zach, albeit in self-defense and maybe by accident. Considering Zach was an independent consciousness, this might have significant moral implications... but he's such a jackass that no one gives it a second thought.
* CoolCat: Zach definitely ''tries'' to invoke the "confident" form of this trope, even wearing sunglasses, but everyone just thinks he's a tremendous douche. He even proudly declares that "There's a new cat in town!" shortly after appearing.
* CoolShades: He suddenly starts wearing neon-purple rimmed shades from nowhere, which [[SubvertedTrope really aren't very cool looking]], and work more like SinisterShades.
* CrazyPrepared: One genuine skill he demonstrates it planning all sorts of tricks to delay the other Wattersons, even putting a trap in his pocket for when they'd try to frisk him.
* EvilCounterpart: To Gumball. They both [[ItsAllAboutMe have huge egos]] [[ButtMonkey and usually fall flat on their face because they try to look cool]]. However, while Gumball [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold can show compassionate and empathy belatedly]], Zach is a straight up {{jerkass}}. Also, unlike Gumball, who recognizes his own failures, and lives with them, Zach refuses to acknowledge any of his shortcomings or losses, going so far as to alter the memories of his/Gumball's failures to turn them into victories.
* EvilSoundsDeep: When Zach is in control, Gumball speaks in a deeper voice. However, it's so obviously affected that instead of being intimidating it just makes Zach sound like more of a poser. In his last scene in Gumball's mind, however, his voice starts getting pitched down and slightly distorted, being more of a genuine example of this trope.
* FascinatingEyebrow: He's raising one of this eyebrows almost constantly, which leads Darwin to tell him he "spent the whole day with one eyebrow raised, behaving like a horrible jock".
* IdenticalTwinIDTag: You can tell when Zach is controlling Gumball's body because he pops the ([[RuleOfFunny non-existent]]) collar on Gumball's sweater.
* IRejectYourReality: He maintains he disillusions of greatness and popularity in the face of all evidence and words of others. He goes so far as to [[SelfServingMemory consciously and completely alter his memory of events]] so he'll look better in them.
-->'''Zach:''' Hey Carrie, I think we really nailed the song last night. Weíre totally gonna win the battle of the bands, man.\\
'''Carrie:''' Youíre not in a band. Iím not in a band. I bet you canít even give me the name of a band. \\
'''Zach:''' Psh, yeah, like... Germany.
* {{Jerkass}}: Zach is amazingly impolite, has an almost pathological [[ItsAllAboutMe disregard for and lack of awareness of other people]], and literally won a contest for being obnoxious.
* JerkJock: Zach ''thinks'' he's a jock, despite not being on any sports teams, not being able to ride his skateboard well, and generally not being any more athletic than Gumball was before.
* NoBodyLeftBehind: When Gumball finally beats Zach at something, bits of him start chipping off, showing a bright light in his silhouette as his torn to pieces. Although this of course wasn't really a "body" to start with.
* SmallNameBigEgo: For all the misplaced confidence Gumball has expressed, Zach is ''[[ADarkerMe much worse]]'' in this regard than Gumball ever was. Gumball would always acknowledges his shortcomings eventually; Zach does not and seems to believe his own hype with all his heart.
* SplitPersonality: Gumball initially seems to be acting obnoxious when he finds his real name, but Zach becomes a separate entity before he even notices.
* SplitPersonalityTakeover: He attempts to do this by [[SelfServingMemory altering Gumball's memories]] until he's erased.
* SuperPoweredEvilSide: Played with. There isn't as much focus on Zach being evil as being a huge jerk, though he really ''is'' evil, as he planned to erase Gumball's original personality so he didn't have to share. He's also not really that much better at most things than Gumball, he's just extremely confident and obnoxious. But when [[BattleInTheCenterOfTheMind mentally confronting]] his other, less-confident side, said confidence provides a tremendous advantage. But it's also his biggest weakness, as Gumball is mentally resilient enough take losing all the time, but the one time Zach is forced to face defeat ''it literally destroys him''.
* SmugSnake: His boundless pride directly leads to Gumball beating him.
* ThirdPersonPerson: Zach always refers to himself in third person, likely to emphasize he's not Gumball, and it's definitely the "arrogant" form.
* TheUnapologetic: He accidentally ''bites part of a kids face off'' and shows no regrets for it, because "Zach does what he wants".
-->''Zach doesn't apologize, he uses his charm.''
* UndignifiedDeath: Zach is destroyed in Gumball's mindscape, then Gumball immediately ''farts'', his body literally [[StealthPun clearly out the hot air]].
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