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Kindergarteners

    Yogurt Cup Kid 
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Debut: Season 6, "The Spinoffs"

A yogurt cup kid. They appeared in “The Spinoffs”.



    Kayvon 
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Voiced by: Unknown (The Anybody)
Debut: Season 3, "The Name"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Decisions"

Banana Joe’s cousin who is in kindergarten. He is an apple and his mother (Banana Joe’s aunt) has also been seen a few times.



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    Charlie-Ann 
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Voiced by: Teresa Gallagher
Debut: Season 4, "The Comic"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Drama"

Another kindergartener and a strawberry who inexplicably was a newborn baby after her first appearance in “The Comic” (in her second appearance in “The Wicked”) even though in her first appearance and all after her second she was about 4 or 5. She’s also friends with Billy. In "The Comic", Billy called her Suzy, but in "The Spinoffs", she calls herself Charlie-Ann.



    Blue Cyclops Kid 
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Voiced by: None
Debut: Season 3, "The Saint"
Last appearance: Season 6,"The Ghouls"

A blue cyclops humanoid creature and another kindergartener.



    Octopus Kid 
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Voiced by: Teresa Gallagher (The Grades)
Debut: Season 3, "The Saint"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Ghouls"
An octopus kid who is in kindergarten. She has no limbs and just floats though the air like the other octopus that goes to Elmore Junior High.

    Rosie 
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Voiced by: Unknown (The Third, The Law) Alix Wilton Reagan (The Butterfly, The Saint)
Debut: Season 1, "The Third"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Brain"

Another little kid, She’s never been seen in kindergarten. She is a bunny.



  • Accessory-Wearing Cartoon Animal: Wears a flower on her head.
  • Cheerful Child: In “The Saint”.
  • Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: She didn't make any appearances between "The Nest" (mid-Season 4) until "The Brain" (mid-Season 6).
  • Enfante Terrible: In “The Third” she is super greedy.
  • Free-Range Children: In "The Curse", she's shown as a plane passenger alone, despite being a toddler. It's possible that there was a supervision offscreen.
  • Funny Animal: A rabbit.
  • Greed: In “The Third”, Gumball asks to borrow her tricycle. She agrees, but only if he gives her 50 bucks. When he agrees to give her 20 bucks she increases the price to $70.
  • Jerkass Ball: In “The Law” she called Gumball, Darwin, and Donut Cop wusses and in “The Third” she charges a ton of money so Gumball could borrow her tricycle to save his friendship with Darwin.
  • The Other Darrin: She was voiced by an unknown voice actesss in “The Third”, another unknown voice actress in “The Law”, and was voiced by Alix Wilton Reagan from “The Butterfly” onwards.

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Medical Professionals

    Bandage Doctor 
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Voiced by: Dan Russell
Debut: Season 2, "Christmas"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Slip"

The Wattersons’ doctor. He is a living bandage like most medical professionals on the show.



    Nurse 
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Voiced by: Maria Teresa Creasey (The Boss and The Anybody) Alix Wilton Reagan (The Slide)
Debut: Season 2, "Christmas"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Slip"

A bandage nurse who is also a paramedic at the Elmore Hospital. She first appeared trying and failing to keep Marvin from exploding in “Christmas”. She later makes a speaking appearance in “The Boss”, when she asks Margaret a question, not knowing that Margaret only says “meh”.



    Dr. Old Man Reaching For A Jar Of Olives 
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Voiced by: Unknown (The Nemesis) Dan Russel (The Compilation)
Debut: Season 4, "The Nemesis"
Last appearance: Season 5, "The Choices"

An old surgeon who was introduced in “The Nemesis”.



    Dexter Keane 
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Voiced by: Unknown
Debut: Season 3, "The Shell"
Last appearance: Season 5, "The Cycle"

Alan’s father. A red balloon with a mustache and a drawn on face with glasses. He made his first appearance in “The Shell”, in the play audience, and made his first speaking role in “The Saint”, being turned into balloon animals by the creepy clown. According to “The Traitor”, he is a surgeon, but how he does it is unknown because he only has one “limb” (his string).



    Twitchy Scientist 
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Voiced by: Dan Russell
Debut: Season 3, "The Saint"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Wish"

An eccentric pig scientist who twitches and squeals a lot who first appeared in “The Saint” and returned in “The Compilation” and "The Wish".



    Dr. Butt 
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Voiced by: Dan Russell (The Goons) Adam Long (The Fuss)
Debut: Season 1, "The Goons"
Last appearance: Season 5, "The Fuss"

A butt doctor. In “The Goons”, Gumball mistakes him for Richard’s butt. In “The Pizza”, he gets mad when a movie is spoiled. In “The Comic”, he turns into a superhero. In “The Fuss”, he gets a new design and voice and Gumball touches his face and butt. He farts out of his face when he is angry or sad.



    Bandage Paramedics 
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Voiced by: Unknown (both of them, The Prank), Dan Russell (One of them, Christmas) Dan Russel and Maria Teresa Creasey (Both of them, The Stars) Stephan Ashton Frank (One, The Diet)
Debut: Season 1, "The Prank"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Parents"

Two bandage paramedics. One is named Eddie, the other’s name is unknown. It is impossible to tell which is which, (except in “The Prank” when they are named), because they look exactly the same.



  • Animate Inanimate Object: Bandages.
  • Astonishingly Appropriate Appearance: Bandages and paramedics.
  • Fan Nickname: Someone on the Wikia made up the name Arthur for the one that wasn’t named.
  • Fully Dressed Cartoon Animal: Bandages who wear clothes.
  • Jerkass Ball: Both of them refuse to help Felicity in “The Stars” and one gave her a bad review for being pushy when she needed help.
  • New Job as the Plot Demands: They’re both usually paramedics, but both of them are also physicians and one of them is a surgeon.
  • The Other Darrin: They were voiced by unknown voice actors in “The Prank”, Maria Teresa Creasey and Dan Russell in “The Stars”, and one was voiced by Stephan Ashton Frank in “The Diet”, one was voiced by Dan Russell in “The Anybody” and “Christmas”, and one was voiced by an unknown voice actor in “The Lady”.

    Teri's mother 
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She and her husband as origamis.
Debut: Season 5, "The Potato"
A paper woman who works as a doctor and has a website. She has never made a proper appearance in the show.

  • The Ghost: She is only mentioned by her daughter in "The Virus", and in "The Potato" she is shown as a plain origami.
  • Gonk: Implied, since Gumball and Darwin freaked out after seeing a picture of her.
  • Paper People: Like her daughter and husband.
  • No Name Given

Humanoids

    Yellow Old Man 
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Voiced by: Hasn’t spoken
Debut: Season 1, "The Debt"
Last appearance: Season 1, "The Poltergeist"

A yellow old man who looks similar to Marvin, is bean shaped, and has red lips who is friends with Louie, Marvin, and Donald.



    Blue Person 
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Voiced by: None
Debut: Season 4, "The Romantic"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Wish"
A blue humanoid who appears in "The Romantic" and "The Wish".

    Hexagon Lady 
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Voiced by: Alix Wilton Reagan
Debut: Season 2, "The Watch"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Decisions"

A lady who did a lot of internet dating, but is now in a relationship with the cowboy. She also works at the mall and Chanax. When she works at the mall she wears a shirt. She also has a different default pose when she’s standing than other characters, seen in her picture.



  • Accessory-Wearing Cartoon Animal: She has a gold chain belt and a gold chain necklace.
  • Bare Your Midriff: In "The List", where she wears a blue crop top and red pants. Normally she doesn't wear any clothes to begin with.
  • Cartoon Creature: She’s a skinny black humamoid with a hexagon for a head and waist and skinny limbs.
  • Distracted by the Sexy: Marvin is because of her in “The Tag”. Previously, in “The Watch”, they went on a date but he was too old for her. In “The Shippening”, Sarah ships them together.
  • Jerkass Ball: In “The Schooling” she goes insane and beats people like Tony up to get a better deal on something. In “The Intelligence” she tries to force Gumball and Darwin to tell her where the Internet is.
  • Muscles Are Meaningless: She is extremely skinny (like Larry, Rob, etc.) but still managed to hurt Tony who is much bigger than her in “The Schooling”.
  • New Job as the Plot Demands: At the mall she does multiple jobs. In “The Mothers”, she was a product demonstrator, and in “The Limit”, she does massages. In “The Founder” she works at Chanax. She works at the town hall in "The Understanding," and the recycling center in "The Possession."
  • Nice Girl: Most of the time. She tries to be nice, even when Richard was harassing her in “The Diet”.
  • Noodle People: She's very thin.
  • No Name Given

    Karen 
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Voiced by: Sandra Searles Dickinson, Teresa Gallagher ("The Painting")
Debut: Season 1, "The End"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Decisions"

Larry’s girlfriend. A running gag that mostly happened in Season 1 is the Wattersons (or Sarah) ruining the moment right as Larry is about to propose to her. She calls him by his full name, Laurence. She works a lot of office jobs and at the mall.



  • Cartoon Creature: She looks like an axotyl, but has ever been referred to as such.
  • Cephalothorax
  • Jerkass Ball: She attacks Gumball in “The Oracle” and went insane and beats people up in “The Schooling”. In “The Intelligence” she tries to force Gumball and Darwin to tell her where the Internet is.
  • New Job as the Plot Demands: At the mall she is the product demonstrator. She also works at the help desk, the Rainbow Factory, and Chanax as a receptionist. She also works as a waitress at Joyful Burger, along with the pear moman.
  • Running Gag: Mentioned above.
  • Series Continuity Error: She mentions she has a daughter in “The Boredom”, even though she is dating Larry and is not married to him because of the Wattersons and Sarah. Although she could have had the child with her ex, or out of wedlock.
  • Nice Girl: She is.
  • The Other Darrin: She was voiced by Sandra Searles Dickinson in all of her appearances besides “The Painting”, where she is voiced by Teresa Gallagher.
  • Sphere Eyes

    Joao Diga 
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Voiced by Javier Fernandez Pena
Debut: Season 6, “The Cage”
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Buddy"
A strong Russian fist cage fighter.

    Blue Lady 
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Voiced by: Alix Wilton Reagan (The Sucker), Naomi McDonald (The Anybody onwards)
Debut: Season 6, "The Rival"
'''Last appearance: Season 6, "The Decisions"

A humanoid orange woman. She wears a different outfit when she’s at her job than when she’s just seen on her free time.



    Jazelle 
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Debut: Season 5, "The Cycle"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Revolt"

The woman Harold replaced Jackie with in “The Cycle”, mistakenly believing he was a millionaire. She makes minor appearances now.



    Hairy Hobo 
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Voiced by: Various (Season 1) Dan Russel (Season 2 onwards)
Debut: Season 1, "The DVD"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Decisions"

A hairy hobo wearing a trench coat. He wears a hat that he also uses to collect donations. He is kind of eccentric.



  • Ambiguously Gay: In “The Misunderstandings”, he thinks Gumball asked him out on a date and he happily accepts.
  • Cartoon Creature: He may be the same species as Principal Brown.
  • Cloud Cuckoo Lander: Like in “The Faith”, “The Gripes”, “The Misunderstandings”, “The Saint”, and the times where he chose to spend the little money he has on going to the movies (three times) or taking the public bus.
  • Continuity Nod: In “The Castle”, he stole Gumball’s clothes. In “The Plan”, his next appearance (in Gumball’s imagination), Gumball imagines him wearing his clothes.
  • Fully Dressed Cartoon Animal: In “The Misunderstandings”, Gumball thinks he is about to be flashed when the hobo opens his trenchcoat, but it turns out he was wearing clothes underneath the trenchcoat.
  • Jerkass Ball: In “The DVD” he refuses to give Gumball and Darwin their money back even when he is rich and in “The Castle” he takes over the Wattersons' house and steals Richard’s credit card.
  • No Name Given
  • The Other Darrin: He was voiced by someone unknown in “The DVD”, another unknown voice actor in “The Ghost”, and Dan Russell from “The Castle” onwards.
  • Running Gag: Him becoming a millionaire but losing all his money right after. Happens in “The DVD” (offscreen), “The Saint”, “The List”, and “The Castle”.

    Creepy Clown 
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Voiced by: Mic Graves (The Procrastinators, The Compilation, "The Ghouls, "The Heart") Dan Russell (The Saint)
Debut: Season 3, "The Procrastinators"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Heart"

A creepy clown who freaks Gumball out in “The Procrastinators”, and turns Dexter and Jessica into balloon animals in “The Saint”. In “The Compilation”, he returns and sings in the Wattersons' house window, and in “The Choices” and “The News”, he drives a car. He is a ghoul in “The Ghouls”.



    Old Lady and Little Timmy 
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Voiced by: Unknown (Timmy), Liza Ross (Old Lady)
Debut: Season 6, "The Schooling"

Two characters seen in "The Schooling". The old lady tells Gumball and Darwin she hasn't seen her son since 1975, in New Jersey, and tells Gumball to sing a song so he can come back. After he sings, Little Timmy finally finds his mother again. Both of them only appeared in one episode.



    Hot Dog Guy Lookalike 
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Voiced by: Unknown
Debut: Season 4, "The Awkwardness"
Last appearance: Season 4, "The Disaster"
A man who inexplicably has a forehead identical to Hot Dog Guy's. He first appears in "The Awkwardness", where Gumball mistakes him for HDG, and then reappears in "The Rerun", but this time Gumball thinks he's Darwin.

    Mother and Son/Mother and Baby 
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Voiced by: Richard Overall (Humanoid son) None (Son’s mother, lightbulb baby, lightbulb baby’s mother)
Debut: Season 1, "The End" (mothers, son) “The Mustache (lightbulb baby)
Last appearance: Season 1, "The Mustache" (Pear-shaped mother), "The Curse" (Mother and Son)
Two mothers with children that were seen in Season 1. One of them is a purple colored humanoid with a similar toddler child, and other is a pear-shaped woman with a lightbulb-shaped baby.

  • Ambiguously Absent Parent: Like Felicity, neither of the mothers' husbands was shown. As they were written out of the show and replaced by Felicity and Billy this will never be explained.
  • Barefoot Cartoon Animal: Mother and Son don't wear shoes.
  • Cartoon Creature: Both pairs.
  • Cephalothorax: The second mother has a pear-shaped body and legs, somewhat similar to Karen.
  • Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: After Season 1, they didn't make a single appearance, not even one of the sons in kindergarten (but the mother and baby appeared in the comics after Season 1). Since they were confirmed to be prototypes for Felicity and Billy (or at least Mother and Son only), there was no need for them to show up again.
  • Cover Innocent Eyes and Ears: Humanoid mother does this to her son in "The Mustache".
  • Early Installment Character-Design Difference: Mother and Son were early designs for Felicity and Billy, that made it to the show in the first season.
  • Fully Dressed Cartoon Animal: The mother and Son.
  • Mama Bear: Pear-shaped mother seems to be this since she gets angry at adult Gumball and Darwin for holding her baby.
  • Nice Hat: Mother and Son both wear Mickey Mouse-like hats.
  • No Name Given: None of them were referred to by name.
  • Recurring Extra: In the first season.
  • Troperrific: For cameo characters who only made a few appearances in one season, they still have many tropes.
  • Sphere Eyes: The pear-shaped mother has this.
  • Suspiciously Similar Substitute: Mother and Son were replaced by Felicity and Billy, while Mother and Baby seem to have been replaced by two of the shape people, a mother and a baby.
  • Stunned Silence: Humanoid mother's reaction to the adult Watterson children playing.
  • The Voiceless: Out of the four, only the humanoid son spoke.

    Farmer 
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Voiced by: Dan Russell (The News) Unknown (The Founder)
Debut: Season 5, "The News"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Revolt"
A farmer who made his first appearance in “The News”. He later appeared in “The Founder” where it’s revealed he works at Chanax.

    Judge 
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Voiced by Unknown
Debut: Season 4, "The Love"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Parents"
A judge who first appeared in “The Love” and later appeared in “The Parents”. He is an anus and ballsack.

    John 
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Voiced by Various
Debut: Season 2, "The Bumpkin"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Web"
An orange security guard humanoid. He also has other jobs.

  • Cartoon Creature: An orange humanoid, like Felicity.
  • Fully Dressed Cartoon Animal: The pants are the same color as his skin.
  • Jerkass Ball: He jumps out the window instead of helping people in “The Heist”. He tries to force Gumball and Darwin to tell him where the internet is in “The Intelligence”.
  • New Job as the Plot Demands: A security guard for multiple places, a Chanax employee, a cop, a government agent, a repairman, and more.
  • Palette Swap: In “The Founder”, there’s is a guard who looks exactly like him named Al (John also appears in that episode) and another unnamed guard who also looks exactly like him. In “The Worst” a guard who works at the rainbow factory and also looks exactly like him is named Steve Dennis. There are also several other guards who use his character model but recolored. All of the sailors look like him too.
  • The Other Darrin: He was voiced by many unknown voice actors, Simon Lipkin in “The Founder”, and Stephan Ashton Frank in “The Lady”.

    Guard 2 
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Voiced by: Unknown ("The Limit", "The Loophole, "The Shippening")
Debut: Season 2, "The Limit"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Shippening"
An orange security guard humanoid. He also has other jobs.

  • No Name Given
  • The Other Darrin: He was voiced by an unknown actor in "The Limit," and unknown actors in “The Loophole” and “The Shippening.
  • Palette Swap: A green version of him appears in “The Butterfly”.

    Teal Tow Truck Driver 
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Voiced by: Stefan Ashton Frank (The Pony) Dan Russell (The Pact) Unknown (The Understanding)
Debut: Season 2, "The Pony"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Understanding"

A teal version of John but he wears different clothing and does different jobs.



    Green Security Guard 
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Voiced by Unknown (The End) Stefan Ashton Frank (The Mothers)
Debut: Season 1, “The End”
Last appearance: Season 3, "The Mothers"
A green security guard. He appeared in “The End”, “The Mothers”, and “The Safety”.

    Green John 
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Voiced by: Unknown
Debut: Season 3, “The Mothers”
Last appearance: Season 5, "The Worst"
A green version of John. He is also a security guard and appeared in “The Mothers," "The Traitor," and “The Worst”

    Red Security Guard 
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Voiced by: Unknown
Debut: Season 3, “The Safety”
Last appearance: Season 5, "The Worst"
A red security guard. He appeared in “The Safety” and “The Worst”.

    Fingathing 
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Voiced by: None
Debut: Season 1, “The End”
Last appearance: Season 5, "The List"
A purple and yellow thing. He usually appears in flashbacks in Season 1.

  • Cartoon Creature
  • Living Prop: He only exists to be a classmate of Nicole and Richard when they were young, and his only appearance in the present has him as a background character.
  • Out of Focus: He hasn’t been seen much after Season 1, but he was in a yearbook photo in “The List”.
  • The Voiceless

    Mr. Russo 
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Voiced by: Unknown
Debut: Season 3, “The Coach”
Last appearance: Season 3, "The Spoiler"
Jamie’s father, and Coach Russo’s husband. He is a golf tee. His body looks exactly like Jamie’s but colored green.

    Green Sailor 
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Voiced by: None
Debut: Season 3, “The Boss”
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Decisions"
A green humanoid. He looks like a guard, but has different clothing and face. He appeared in “The Boss”, “The Choices”, “The Stars”, and "The Decisions".

    Hazmat Workers 
Debut: Season 5, "The Uncle"
Last appearance: Season 5, "The Best"

Fat men

    Cowboy 
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Voiced by Dan Russell (The Nest) Unknown (The Schooling), Unknown ("The Slip")
Debut: Season 2, "The Sidekick"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Decisions"

A cowboy background character usually seen walking in the mall or driving his car. He rarely speaks (only thrice, in “The Nest”, “The Schooling”, and "The Slip"). He is dating the hexagon lady, according to “The Schooling”.



  • Accessory-Wearing Cartoon Animal: He’s some overweight purple humanoid creature, and wears a cowboy hat and boots.
  • Black Bead Eyes
  • Cartoon Creature: A fat purple humanoid.
  • Nice Hat: A cowboy hat. Gumball makes fun of it in “The Guy”.
  • No Name Given
  • The Other Darrin: He is voiced by Dan Russell in “The Nest” and an unknown actor in “The Schooling”. He was voiced by an unknown actor in "The Slip".
  • Palette Swap: Another humanoid character who is married to an ugly woman and got a tattoo in “The Fuss” uses his character model except is green, has a different voice, wears clothes, has a different hat and has different shoes. This other character also appeared in “The Founder”.
  • Sphere Eyes

    Pantsbully 
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Voiced by: Dan Russell (usually) Unknown ("The Third," "The Dress")
Debut: Season 1, "The Third"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Decisions"
A blue bean shaped blob who only wears boots, a hat with a blue skull design on it, and light blue underpants. He is a truck driver and a hot dog vendor. In Season 2, his design changed drastically.

  • Cartoon Creature: A bean-like blob.
  • Early Installment Character-Design Difference: Look at his current design and compare with his Season 1 design. It changed very drastically.
  • Half-Dressed Cartoon Animal: Underwear, a hat, and boots.
  • Hidden Depths: According to “The Debt”, he knows CPR, suggesting he is, or was, a medical doctor.
  • Informed Attribute: He is portrayed as fat in “The Dress”, “The Sidekick”, and “The Limit”, but, he doesn’t look overweight for a bean (which is what he’s meant to look like). Especially considering he has extremely skinny limbs.
  • New Job as the Plot Demands: Besides a hot dog vendor and a truck driver, he works underground in the sewers, and may be a medical doctor because he knows CPR. In "The Third" he was a construction worker because it was the beggining of the show and the creators hadn't made the Construction Workers until Season 2.
  • Nice Hat: Black with a blue skull design on it.
  • The Other Darrin: He is voiced by an unknown voice actor in “The Third” and another unknown actor in “The Debt”, but every episode after that he is voiced by Dan Russell.
  • Sphere Eyes

    Melted Cheese Guy 
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Voiced by: Unknown (All episodes but “The Traitor”, “The Schooling”, “The Awareness”, “The Parents”, and "The Slip") Dan Russell (The Parents)
Debut: Season 2, "The Sidekick"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Decisions"

A fat melted cheese guy. According to “The Uploads”, his Elmore Stream-It name is Athsma_75. He has been seen as a referee more than once (for a nerd-off in “The Line” and Joao and Mr. Corneille’s fight in “The Cage”) and was the coach at Elmore Junior High when Nicole was young.



  • Abhorrent Admirer: He is in love with Karen, but Karen is already dating Larry.
  • Anthropomorphic Food: Melted cheese.
  • Half-Dressed Cartoon Animal: He wears underwear. He also wears a hat. When he is a referee he wears other clothes.
  • New Job as the Plot Demands: A referee for “MMMMA” cage fight in “The Cage, and a truck driver in “The Boredom” He was the coach at Elmore Junior High when Nicole was young.
  • No Name Given
  • Older Than They Look: When Nicole was a preteen, he was the coach at Elmore Junior High and looked exactly the same as he does now, meaning he must be around his 50s at least. However, he doesn't sound this age. He sounded different in the flashback though.
  • The Other Darrin: He is voiced by someone unknown from “The Love” to “The Cage”. In “The Awareness”, “The Schooling”, “The Parents”, “The Traitor”, and "The Slip," he is voiced by someone else.

    Tony 
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Voiced by: Dan Russell (Christmas), Unknown (The Pony), Stephan Ashton Frank (The Law-The Stars) Unknown (The Founder)
Debut: Season 2, "The Christmas"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Decisions"

Also known as “Neck Beard”. A fat yellow man who is often seen jogging. He has ears and is yellow which makes him look like Pikachu. When he is jogging he wears a pink tracksuit and pink shoes, and when he isn’t he wears a white tank-top with no pants or shoes. In “The Father”, he is a truck driver and in “The Founder” he works at Chanax.



  • Cartoon Creature: A yellow fat humanoid with bunny ears.
  • Fully Dressed Cartoon Animal: The outfit depends on the episode.
  • New Job as the Plot Demands: Works at Chanax and is a truck driver.
  • No Name Given: Until "The Founder", he was known just as Neck Beard.
  • The Other Darrin: He was voiced by Dan Russell in “Christmas”, an unknown actor in “The Pony”, and another unknown actor in “The Founder”. In every other episode, he is voiced by Stephan Ashton Frank.
  • Running Gag: People making fun of him for being fat, and him jogging all the time and for some reason him never losing any weight.
  • Sphere Eyes
  • Ungrateful Bastard: In “The Nuisance”, he wants the Wattersons out of Elmore even though Gumball and Darwin saved his life in “The Saint”, and Nicole saved his life “The Nest”.

    Green Guy 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/green_man.jpg
Voiced by: None
Debut: Season 4, "The Romantic"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The One"

A character who looks very similar to Tony, except has no outline, has green skin and lips, is naked, and has a cowboy hat. He first appeared in “The Romantic” and makes a few more appearances later, usually walking in the mall.



    The Green Cowboy 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/20190415_132544.jpg
Voiced by: Stephan Ashton Frank
Debut: Season 5, "The Fuss"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Founder"
A character who uses the same design as the cowboy except he is green and has different clothes and no visible hair. He first appeared in “The Fuss” and later appeared in “The Founder”. He has a zombie for a wife. He works at Chanax. In “The Founder”, he has different tattoos.

Office workers

    Charlie 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/charlie_4.jpg
Voiced by: Unknown (Season 1) Kerry Shale (Season 3)
Debut: Season 1, "The End"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Father"

A cloud office worker who wears a belt and hat that look like they’re made out of the same material that he is and the hat floats above his head like Quattro’s. He looks like Mr. Small, and his design is most likely an edited version of one of Mr. Small’s prototype designs.



  • Animate Inanimate Object: A cloud person.
  • Fully Dressed Cartoon Animal: His clothes are made of cloud though like the rest of his body.
  • New Job as the Plot Demands: He works at Chanax, but in “The Curse”, he is a truck driver.
  • The Other Darrin: Was voiced by Kerry Shale in “The Extras”, and an unknown actor in “The Painting”,
  • Out of Focus: Doesn't appear at all in Season 5 (apart from a brief cameo in "The News" in the news intro), and is no longer shown as a Chanax employee when he was one of the first ones to appear working there (along with Lenny and Paperball).

    Paperball 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/gossip.png
Voiced by: Unknown (The Painting) Dan Russell (The Helmet, The Job, The Kids, The Boss, The Founder, and "The Future")
Debut: Season 1, "The End"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Factory"

An office worker who was revealed in “The Boss” to have had an evil 300 year old guy attached to the back of him his whole life using him as his slave. In that episode, Mr. Chanax dies and the employee is freed. His name was revealed on a picture of the yearbook design from "The Wand" and "The List" (in the former, his name was cropped out, and in the latter, a picture of Gumball's birth covered his name).



  • Accessory-Wearing Cartoon Animal: He is a crumpled up ball of newspaper with limbs and after “The Helmet” has a face (except he doesn’t have a face after that in “The Sidekick”) and wears only glasses even before he had eyes.
  • A Dog Named "Dog": A paperball named Paperball.
  • Animate Inanimate Object: Crumpled up ball of newspaper.
  • Cephalothorax
  • New Job as the Plot Demands: A weatherman on the news, a Chanax employee, and a Rainbow Factory employee.
  • No Name Given: He always had a name, but it wasn't known until the design for Nicole's yearbook was revealed
  • The Other Darrin: He is voiced by an unknown actor in “The Painting”, but every episode after that he is voiced by Dan Russell, but the voice sounds different every time.
  • Paper People
  • Series Continuity Error: In “The Boss”, Mr. Chanax uses the same body as him, but Mr. Chanax’s corpse is framed in “The Apprentice”, even though he was seen as himself many times after “The Boss”.

    Lenny Smith 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/3dcubeofficeworker.png
Voiced by: Unknown (The Painting) Dan Russell (The Extras) Stephan Ashton Frank (The Apprentice)
Debut: Season 1, "The End"
Last appearance: Season 5, "The Worst" (real appearance) "The News" (news intro)

A green 3D cube office worker. He has a black mustache and a business suit with a tie. He appears to be friends with Paperball and Charlie.



    Spray-Paint Bottle 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/spray_paint_can.png
Voiced by: Hugo Harold-Harrison
Debut: Season 2, "The Finale"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Decisions"

One of the prisoners who also works as a repossession worker and at Chanax.



  • Accessory-Wearing Cartoon Animal: He wears some sort on pin even though he has no shirt.
  • Animate Inanimate Object: A spray-paint bottle.
  • Mistaken for Pedophile: He hangs around Elmore Junior High in “The Singing”, despite being an adult, and talks to a student there. The fact that he is a prisoner doesn't help.
  • New Job as the Plot Demands: He is a repossession worker and works at Chanax. He has jobs even though he’s a criminal and is on the run from the police and is always in and out of prison. His ability to work at Chanax may have to do with the fact that his friend and partner in crime is the CEO.
  • No Name Given
  • Running Gag: His spray being used. Richard used it to create a fake parking spot in “The Parking”, Nicole jumped on him which caused him to spray the dolphin man turning his eyes red permanently in “The Choices”, and he used it himself to spray Margaret in “The Butterfly” to get a $20 bill.
  • Would Hit a Girl: He sprayed Margaret in the face to get a $20 bill.

    Green Goblin 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/goblin_3.png
Voiced by: Alex Jordan (CEO of Chanax, The Apprentice Onwards)
Debut: Season 2, "The Finale"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Revolt"

A prisoner in the quartet and a repossession worker who also works at the Rainbow Factory, salts roads, and is the CEO of Chanax. He is very strong, strong enough to punch Richard through a prison wall in “The Finale”. In “The Boss” he has the ability to teleport.



  • Cartoon Creature: A goblin.
  • Corrupt Corporate Executive: He's the vice president turned CEO of a company that literally runs on the souls of its workers. He also laughs off Mr. Small's warnings of damage to the coral reef. In The Founder he implements all of Richard's ludicrous and dangerous workplace environment ideas after mistaking him for Chanax's founder. Case in point, when it turns out Richard accidentally lied his way to the top, the Goblin compliments him for thinking like a businessman.
  • Fully Dressed Cartoon Animal: He wears different clothes when he works as the CEO of Chanax than when he is a prisoner or a reposession worker.
  • New Job as the Plot Demands: He is a repossession worker, works at the Rainbow Factory, and is the CEO of Chanax. Despite being a criminal, being on the run from the police, and being in and out of prison, he is able to work.
    • Then again, it's also likely that there are multiple goblins who look identical, although in “The Fury”, the CEO goblin was driving a car and when the rest of his gang are seen robbing a bank the goblin isn’t with them, and the whole gang work at Chanax.
  • No Name Given
  • The Other Darrin: In “The Check”, “The Money”, “The Potato”, and “The Signature”, he is voiced by different unknown actors. Every other appearance he is voiced by Alex Jordan.

    Butterknife 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/bnife.png
Voiced by: Unknown (The Money) Dan Russel (The Faith) Unknown (The Founder)
Debut: Season 2, "The Finale"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Decisions"

A member of the prisoner quartet. He works as a reposession worker and at Chanax.



  • Animate Inanimate Object: A butterknife with some butter left on him. He’s also got red eyes like his friend the dolphin man even though he has no explanation for it like the dolphin guy does.
  • New Job as the Plot Demands: He’s a repossession worker and works at Chanax. How he is able to work is unknown considering he is a criminal, is on the run from the cops, and is in and out of prison. His working at Chanax may have something to do with the fact that his friend and partner in crime is the CEO.
  • No Name Given
  • Older Than They Look: He looks the same age as his partners, but in "The Choices", they were preteens (except the Goblin, who didn't appear), while he was already old enough to drive a car (and already had red eyes, before the dolphin man got them). This may be an error similar to Hot Dog Guy, the 8-bit dog, and Scythe being seen driving cars despite studying at Elmore Junior High.
  • The Other Darrin: He is voiced by an different unknown actors in “The Money” and “The Founder”, but in “The Faith”, he is voiced by Dan Russell.

    Dolphin Man 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/dolphinhq.png
Voiced by: Stephan Ashton Frank (The Check) Unknown (The Founder) Unknown (The Schooling) Unknown ("The Sucker", The Ad, "The Ghouls")
Debut: Season 2, The Finale
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Decisions"

A dolphin who looks like a bird/dolphin mix and has a blowhole who is in the prisoner quartet. He works at Chanax, is a garbage man, drives a truck to salt roads, and is a repossession worker.



  • Butt-Monkey: In Season 6, he gets injured in almost every appearance.
  • Fully Dressed Cartoon Animal: He is a dolphin and wears clothes. When he works at Chanax he wears a business suit.
  • Funny Animal: He is a dolphin who looks like a cross between a dolphin (what he is) and a bird. We know he is a dolphin because he has a blowhole.
  • Hidden Depths: According to “The Schooling” he has kids and a wife. He only said he has kids but if he has kids he probably has a wife.
  • Jerkass Ball: In “The Schooling” he beats people up for a discount item. He is also a prisoner for an unknown reason.
  • Mistaken for Pedophile: He was hanging around Elmore Junior High in “The Singing”, but is an adult and was hanging out with a student there, the 8-bit dog. It doesn't help that he is a prisoner.
  • New Job as the Plot Demands: He is a garbage man, works at Chanax, and is a repossession worker. How he is able to work despite being a criminal on the run from the police, and in and out of prison is unknown. The fact that he works at Chanax might have something to do with his friend and partner in crime being the CEO.
  • No Name Given
  • The Other Darrin: He is voiced by different unknown actors in “The Schooling” and “The Founder”. In “The Check” he is voiced by Stephan Ashton Frank. In "The Sucker", “The Ad”, “The Ghouls”, he has the same voice which is provided by an unknown actor.
  • Sphere Eyes: And they’re red because Nicole jumped on his friend the spray-paint bottle and he accidentally sprayed him in the face when they were young. This was shown in “The Choices”.

    Mr. Yoshida 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/mizzdayozheeda.png
Voiced by: Togo Igawa
Debut: Season 4, "The Gift"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Ghouls"

Nicole’s boss, Yuki’s husband, and Masami’s father. The owner of the Rainbow Factory. He is unintentionally sexist in “The Worst”.



    Leonard Daniels 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/yellow_guy.png
Voiced by: Unknown
Debut: Season 4, "The Awkwardness"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Decisions"

A small yellow lightbulb who says “I don’t mind” after being injured or when he does something for somebody. He also works at the Rainbow Factory and as a mailman.



    Soulless Office Worker 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/soulless_office_worker.png
Voiced by: Unknown (The Boss) Kerry Shale (The Stars) Unknown (The Founder)
Debut: Season 3, "The Boss"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Mess"

A skeleton and office worker at the Rainbow Factory and Chanax and a taxi driver. Before “The Boss”, his and other workers’ souls were owned by Mr. Chanax. His soul was freed at the end but he was still forced to work by the green goblin, who became the new CEO.



    Fake Muriel 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/psfix_20170606_162001.jpg
Voiced by Naomi McDonald
Debut: Season 5, "The Catfish"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Decisions"

She first appeared in “The Catfish”, working at the mall, where Granny Jojo attempted to kill her, believing she had an affair with Louie. She later appeared in “The Founder”, where it is revealed she works at Chanax.



    Dolphin Woman 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/dolphinwoman.png
Voiced by: Richard Overall
Debut: Season 6, "The One"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Agent"

A lady who works at Chanax with a weird voice. She appeared on a bus in “The One”, at the mall in “The Faith”, at Chanax in “The Founder”, and at the supermarket in "The Spinoffs".



    Mike 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/clippits.png
Voiced by: Various
Debut: Season 1, "The End"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Wish"

A clipboard man who looks exactly the same as other clipboard men. He works as a cop, at Chanax, at the Rainbow Factory, and as a researcher. He was revealed to be called Mike in “The Extras”. His voice was robotic in “The Genius”, but wasn’t before that in “The End”, and from “The Extras” onwards. Another clipboard guy is called Jimbo.



  • Animate Inanimate Object
  • Cephalothorax
  • Cloud Cuckoo Lander: In “The Boredom”, he thinks things like time machines and lightsabers are useless and throws them away.
  • New Job as the Plot Demands: He is usually an office worker at Chanax and the Rainbow Factory, in “The Curse” he was a cop, and in “The Genius”, “The Boredom”, and “The Faith” he was a researcher/scientist.
  • The Other Darrin: He is voiced by many different unknown actors in different episodes. In “The Boss” he is voiced by Stephan Ashton Frank.

    George A. Cooper 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/mrcooper.png
Voiced by: Unknown
Debut: Season 4, "The Others"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Revolt"

Clare’s father who works at the Rainbow Factory.



    Lozenge Lady 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/adobe_20170714_151936.jpg
Voiced by: Hasn’t spoken
Debut: Season 3, "The Boss"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Future"

A woman who works at Chanax in “The Boss” and "The Future" and the Rainbow Factory in “The Deal”.



    Cupcake Woman 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/cupcake_woman_seasontwo.png
Voiced by: Sandra Searles Dickinson
Debut: Season 1, "The DVD"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Revolt"

An elderly woman who is always sarcastic and has a deadpan expression. She works at many different places, and despises most of them.



    Martin Peaches 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/pupcake.png
Voiced by: Simon Lipkin
Debut: Season 4, "The Signature"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Revolt"

A cupcake man who looks similar to The Cupcake Woman. He works at multiple places and doesn’t take most of his jobs seriously. In “The Signature”, he didn’t pay attention to Nicole and messed with his computer instead, in “The Heist”, he made it seem like Larry was being a coward and he was being heroic to Donut Cop but they were both being cowards. In “The Founder” he makes fun of Nicole for being a “dinosaur”. In “The Nest” his name was spoken by Kip Schlezinger but it wasn’t known who he was talking about. In “The Worst” it is revealed that’s his name.



  • Anthropomorphic Food: A cupcake.
  • New Job as the Plot Demands: He worked at the bank, the town hall, the Rainbow Factory, and he hands out medals to people who win marathons. He doesn’t take the first two jobs listed seriously. He also works at Chanax as a receptionist.

    Carmen’s Father 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/carmens_dad.png
Voiced by: Stefan Ashton Frank (The Gripes and The Founder) Unknown (Australian Promo)
Debut: Australian promo/Season 3, "The Gripes"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Decisions"

Carmen’s father, and Carmen’s Mother’s wife. Usually only seen in the background or when they need a random adult to appear on screen. He debuted in an Australian promo for the show before its first episode aired. Strangely, he didn’t appear in the show until the third season and he had a different design. He has a mustache. Carmen got her body shape from him, despite her mother making a different body shape. He works at Chanax.



    Fenton Benson 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/thecornyguy.png
Voiced by: Stephan Ashton Frank
Debut: Season 2, "The Castle"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Decisions"

Also known as Jeff Benson. A corn cob married to Susan. He is an office worker and is usually a pretty nice guy. He wears a belt, but no shirt (his leaves act as his shirt) or pants.



  • Accessory-Wearing Cartoon Animal: He wears a belt and shoes. His leaves also act as his shirt.
  • Anthropomorphic Food: A corn cob.
  • Happily Married: To Susan.
  • Jerkass Ball: In “The Nuisance” he wants the Watterson deported and in “The Schooling” he beats up people for a discount item.
  • New Job as the Plot Demands: He has worked at the Rainbow Factory, Chanax (although he was seen working there in “The Kids”, and fired, but he got his job back as seen in “The Founder”), and as an auctioneer at the mall.
  • Nice Guy: Most of the time.
  • Sudden Name Change: His name was stated as Jeff in “The Check”, but in “The Worst”, he is called Fenton, and in "The Factory", he is called Mr. Freaves. That said, the former was in Darwin's Imagine Spot. It's possible, too, that he took his surname from his wife and "The Factory" either took place before their marriage or they divorced at some point.

Elmore News

    Mike the Microphone Guy 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/news_reporter.png
Voiced by: Kerry Shale (usually) Stephan Ashton Frank (The Diet) Dan Russell ("The Oracle")
Debut: Season 3, "The Oracle"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Web"

The on-set news reporter whose head is the microphone and isn’t attached to his body. He holds his head up to people to interview them. He is friends with his cameraman, Cam.



  • Non-Human Head: His body is humanoid, while his head is a microphone.
  • The Other Darrin: In most of his appearances he is voiced by Kerry Shale, but in “The Diet”, he is voiced by Stephan Ashton Frank.
  • Those Two Guys: With his cameraman, Cam.
  • The Voice: In "The Job", a news reporter's voice is heard, but he doesn't appear because the character design wasn't made yet.

    Cam 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/camera_guy.png
Voiced by: Unknown
Debut: Season 3, "The Oracle"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Cage"

Mike’s cameraman who is his best friend.



    Kip Schlezinger 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/kip_schlezinger.png
As a human
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/kip_schlezinger_28puppet29.png
As a puppet
Played by: Alex Jordan (Voice, "The News") Dan Russell (Voice, every episode except "The News") Richard Overall (Live-action human, Season 3-The News)
Debut: Season 3, "The Law"
Last appearance: Season 5, "The News"



  • Animate Inanimate Object: In “The News”, the American version, he is a paper doll.
  • The Other Darrin: In most of his appearances he is voiced by Dan Russell, but in “The News” he is voiced by Alex Jordan. He is also played by Richard Overall in most of his appearances but in “The News” he is played by a puppet.

    Phil 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/weathermanphil.png
Voiced by: Adam Long
Debut: Season 5, "The News"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Revolt"

A weatherman and Chanax employee.



Police

    Jolly Hamburger 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/burger_guy.png
Voiced by: Dan Russel (most episodes) Unknown (The Boredom)
Debut: Season 2, "The Flakers"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Understanding"

A police officer and hamburger. He is considered overweight. He is revealed to be married to a moose in “The Shippening”, however he didn’t know she was a moose until he put on glasses.



    Male Coffee Cop 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/coffeecop.png
Voiced by: Dan Russel (Season 3 and 4) Maria Teresa Creasey (Season 5)
Debut: Season 3, "The Name"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Cage"

A coffee cup and police officer.



    Female Coffee Cop 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/0171a253_46df_46b5_8e1c_487d55040004_6.jpg
Voiced by: Maria Teresa Creasey
Debut: Season 6, "The Father"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Understanding"

A coffee cup and police officer. In “The Shippening”, she and the donut cop fall in love and it wasn’t because of Sarah and they may be currently dating.



    Earl 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/hotdogpolice_1.png
Voiced by: Unknown (The Bus) Unknown (The Heist and The Founder)
Debut: Season 3, "The Friend"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Founder"

A hot dog and police officer.



    Soda Can Cop 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/sodacop_5.png
Voiced by: Simon Lipkin (The Shippening)
Debut: Season 3, "The Friend"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Shippening"

A soda can with soda in him who is a cop.



    Frank 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/20190530_105659_6.jpg
Voiced by: Dan Russel (The Friend) Unknown (The Shippening, The Understanding, and "The Decisions")
Debut: Season 2, "The Finale"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Decisions"

A french fry police officer. There are a bunch of other french fry police officers who look very similar to him and normal sized french fries which were eaten.



Other

    Charlie-Ann’s mother 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/suzys_mother.png
Voiced by: None
Debut: “The Diet”
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Drama"

Charlie-Ann’s mother. She was in “The Diet” and “The Drama”.



    Teller 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/20190530_111155.jpg
Voiced by: Adam Long
Debut: Season 6, "The Schooling"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Understanding"

A bank teller. He first appeared in “The Schooling”, telling Gumball to rob the Dolphin Man, and later appeared with Leonard, Martin, The Cupcake Woman, Mike, another clipboard man, and the Hexagon Lady running out of the bank after Siciliana sets off a smoke bomb.



    Manly Warrior 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/000000000000001.png
Voiced by: Clive Russell
Debut: Season 3, "The Kids"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Wish"

An extremely short bus driver dwarf. First appears in “The Kids” and gets a segment in “The Boredom”. He rides on a dragon with Colin and Felix more than once.



    Yellow Wig 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/20190530_111524.jpg
Debut: Season 1, "The Dress"
Last appearance: Season 3, "The Void"
A yellow wig. He pops his eyes out at Idaho in "The Dress", and barks while walking the tan dog in "The Void".

    Drum Kit Guy 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/drumkitguy.png
Debut: Season 3, "The Extras"
Voiced by Ben Bocquelet
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Decisions"

    Exercise Bacon 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/sexercisebacon.png
Voiced by: Unknown (The Extras)
Debut: Season 1, "The DVD"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Revolt"

A red piece of bacon. Gets a skit in “The Extras” where he says that he is a bacon man and then passes out in Colin and Felix’s egg yolk.



    Shooting Star 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/starguy.png
Voiced by: Dan Russel (Usually) Unknown (The Mustache)
Debut: Season 1, "The Mustache"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Slip"

A shooting star who is the host of Win or Don’t Win.



    Dr. Literature 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/doctor_literature.png
Voiced by: Teresa Gallagher (The Saint) Maria Teresa Creasey (The Cycle) Unknown (The Founder)
Debut: Season 3, "The Saint"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Founder"



    Milk Guy 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/amilkguyimproved.png
Voiced by: Dan Russell (The Parking) Simon Lipkin (The Faith) Unknown (The Brain) Unknown ("The Wish")
Debut: Season 4, "The Parking"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Decisions"

A milk carton man who works in the security booth of the mall parking lot and the hospital. He’s also a mailman.



    Kayvons’s Mother 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/applepeople.png
Voiced by None
Debut: Season 3, "The Countdown"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Decisions"

Kayvon’s mom and Banana Joe’s aunt. It is unknown if she is the sister of Banana Barbara or Banana Bob.



    Paper Woman 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/20190530_112042.jpg
Voiced by: Maria Teresa Creasey
Debut: Season 3, "The Name"
Last appearance: Season 4, "The Signature"

A woman made of a bunch of papers who speaks and moves slowly. She works at the town hall.



    Bobby 
Voiced by: None
Debut: Season 3, “The Butterfly”
Hanks son. He only appeared in “The Butterfly”.

    Daisy the Donkey 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/season_2_daisy.png
Voiced by Jessica McDonald ("The World"), Kyla Rae Kowalski ("The Night")
Debut: Season 2, "The World" (as a character)
Last appearance: Season 4, "The Night" (as a character)

The protagonist of the Daisy the Donkey show and also Anais' favorite doll. She also appears on a cereal box named "Daisy Flakes".


  • Badass Adorable: Even though she is a doll.
    • In "The Night", she dreams about torturing Anais.
    • In "The Uploads" and "The News", she fights Sally.
  • Creepy Doll: She can talk, despite the fact that she is a doll.
  • Out of Focus: In Season 6.

    Hand Mall Cop 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/handy_man.png
Voiced by Unknown
Debut: Season 4, "The Awkwardness"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Faith"
A mall cop who is a giant hand.

    Blue Elephant 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/blue_elephant.png
Voiced by: Unknown
Debut: Season 1, "The Debt"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Decisions"

An elderly blue elephant whose nose moves when he talks because his mouth isn’t visible.



    Byrdie 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/20190604_212005.jpg
Voiced by: Naomi McDonald
Debut: Season 5, "The Slide"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Revolt"

A puppet woman who Rocky fell in love with in “The Slide”. She makes background cameos after that episode.



    Carmen’s Mother 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/carmensmom_transparent.png
Debut: Season 3, "The Shell"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Schooling"

Carmen’s mother and Carmen’s father’s wife. She is usually only seen with her husband. She has a different body shape than her husband and daughter. According to "The Voice", she has a prickly relationship with her daughter.



    Susan Benson 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/screenshot_20190604_212213_gallery.jpg
Debut: Season 4, "The Sale"
Voiced by: Alix Wilton Reagan
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Wish"

Fenton’s wife. She is a mushroom. She first appeared in “The Sale”, almost buying The Robinson’s house. She is pretty sensible, not wanting to buy the house because the neighbors were terrible and she knew that the “oil” wasn’t oil but rather raw sewage.



    Jessica Keane 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/jessica_128.png
Voiced by: Unknown
Debut: Season 3, "The Shell"
Last appearance: Season 5, "The Cycle"

Alan’s mother. A yellow balloon with a drawn on face. She made her first appearance in “The Shell”, in the play audience, and her first speaking role in “The Saint”, where the creepy clown turned her into a balloon animal.



  • Animate Inanimate Object: A balloon.
  • Happily Married: Probably, according to “The Traitor”, she used to travel with her husband a lot, and on the day of her operation, Dexter tried to give her the best day ever because she was scared about the operation.
  • Nice Girl: She decided to drop her dream of becoming an actress to devote her life to charity, and even though Gumball and Darwin botched her surgery causing causing her to be talking out of her butt (literally), she still thanks them.

    Anton’s Parents 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/antons_parents_0.png
Voiced by: None
Debut: Season 3, "The Recipe"
Last appearance: Season 5, "The List"

Anton’s mother and father. They look exactly like him but they are bigger and the mother wears lipstick. The father used to have a mustache, Darwin mentioned he did in “The Recipe”, but when he was seen from the front in “The Shell” he didn’t have it.



    Floppy Disk 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/floppy_disk.png
Voiced by: Steve Furst ("The Internet") Unknown ("The Founder")
Debut: Season 2, "The Internet"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Founder"

An elderly floppy disk man. He is a cyber police and works at Chanax.



    Marshmallow Firemen 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/marshmallow_firefighters.png
Debut: Season 5, "The News"
Voiced by: Unknown
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Cringe"
Marshmallows who are firemen that appear in "The News" and "The Cringe".

    Sussie’s parents 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/sussie27sparents.png
Played by: Maria Teresa Creasey (Voice, mother, "The Love") Unknown (Face, mother) Mic Graves (face and voice, father) Teresa Gallagher (mother, "The Origins: Part Two")
Debut: Season 2, "The Pony"
Last appearance: Season 4, "The Love"

Sussie’s mother and father. Two chins like Sussie. The father has facial hair, and the mother wears a wig. In “The Pony” they are at Sussie’s birthday party, in “The Pizza”, the mother rips her wig off after a movie is spoiled, in “The Butterfly”, the father is almost crushed by Hector but ends up inside his nose instead. In “The Origins: Part 2”, They both accidentally drop Sussie as a baby causing her brain to become damaged, in “The Love” they go to a fancy restaurant and gross out everyone around them, and in “The Weirdo”, Sussie talks about them. The father is a lawyer, and the family is rich because of this.



  • Cartoon Creature: Both are chins.
  • Fully Dressed Cartoon Animal: Both wear clothes.
  • Good Parents: The father was willing to pay Gumball and Darwin $1000 just to stay at Sussie’s party. However, they also dropped her as a baby, but that was an accident. That also may be a small amount to them, as they are rich.
  • No Name Given: Neither of them have known names.
  • The Other Darrin: The mother was voiced by Teresa Gallagher in “The Origins: Part 2”, but was voiced by Maria Teresa Creasey in “The Love”.

    Idaho’s parents, uncle, and sister 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/idahos_family.png
Voiced by: None (Father, Mother, and sister) Unknown (Uncle)
Debut: Season 2, "The Bumpkin"
Last appearance: Season 5, "The List" (parents)

Idaho’s uncle, sister, mother, and father. They were first seen in “The Bumpkin”. The mother and father later appeared in “The Shell” and “The List”. The sister was mentioned in an Elmore Stream-It video on the show’s YouTube channel. The mother was mentioned in “The Goons” and the father was mentioned in “The Best”. The uncle and sister only appeared once.



  • Accessory-Wearing Cartoon Animal: The mother wears a bonnet. The uncle wears glasses and has a beard.
  • Anthropomorphic Food: They’re all potatoes.
  • Cephalothorax: They all are, like Idaho.
  • Living Prop: The mother, father, and sister have never interacted with another character, spoken, and stayed in one spot the whole time in the episode(s) they appeared in. All three of them have been mentioned by Idaho in different episodes though.
  • No Name Given: None of them have known names.

    Maria 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/maria_1.png
Voiced by: Sandra Searles Dickinson
Debut: Season 6, "The Lady"

An old lady who hangs out with Samantha, Violet and Angela, which are actually men: Richard, Marvin and the Gray Constuction Man, respectively. She is the only out of them that actually is a lady.



  • Captain Ersatz: She is designed to look like Sophia from The Golden Girls, with Samantha, Angela and Violet strongly resembling Blanche, Dorothy, and Rose respectively.
  • Lady in Red: She wears a red coat, though she isn't really attractive.
  • Token Human: She is one of the few animated humans.

    Swiss Cheese 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/20190604_210254.jpg
Debut: Season 3, "The Triangle"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Anybody"
Voiced by: Kerry Shale
A swiss cheese who appears in "The Triangle" and "The Anybody".

    Teenager 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/4_1_0.png
Voiced by: Max Cazier
Debut: Season 6, "The Brain"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Slip"

A teenager who appears in “The Brain” who is the cashier at Elmore Shopping and proceeds to sing about dill pickles. He reappears in "The Ghouls" and "The Slip".



    Bobby (Manager) 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/4_2_1.png
Voiced by: Teresa Gallagher
Debut: Season 6, "The Brain"

The manager of Elmore Shopping. They are a little kid and a dog. They only appeared in one episode, in Anais’ dream.



    Baby 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/20190604_210704.jpg
Voiced by: James Almeida O'Brien
Debut: Season 6, "The Brain"

Bobby’s higher-up at Elmore Shopping. He is a bottle. He only appeared in one episode, in Anais’ dream.



    Pear Woman 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/pear_1.png
Voiced by: Unknown
Debut: Season 6, "The Father"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Ad"

A pear lady who is a waitress at Joyful Burger.



    Cow Woman 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/cow_woman.png
Debut: Season 6, "The Cringe"
Voiced by Unknown
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Decisions"
A cow lady who appeared in "The Cringe", "The Schooling", "The Possession", "The Web," "The Heart," "The Revolt," and "The Decisions."

    Dr. Man 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/dr_man.png
Voiced by Unknown
Debut: Season 6, "The Anybody
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Heart"
A doctor who appeared in "The Anybody" and "The Heart"

    Julius Oppenheimer Sr. 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/julius_oppenheimer_sr_0.png
Debut: Season 6, "The Sucker"
Voiced by Unknown
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Decisions"
Julius' father who appears in "The Sucker" and "The Decisions."

    Actress 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/screenshot_20190604_214105_gallery.jpg
Debut: Season 6, "The Wish"
Voiced by Unknown
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Revolt"
An actress who appeared in "The Wish" and "The Revolt".

    Oval People 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/bottle_family.png
Voiced by None
Debut: Season 2, "Christmas"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Parents" (Son), "The Decisions" (Father)

Two ovals. One is the father and one is the son. The son is an adult, in “The Parents”, the son was in kindergarten when Nicole was, meaning he is about her age. The father is also older than he looks as he looked the same too in the flashback. The father has a wife, revealed in “The Oracle”. They have two unused designs; one was used for the pentagon guy and square kid, and other was used for Muriel and the nerdy teapot (though the teapot kid was scrapped)



    Eggman 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/s01e03mkv_snapshot_1324__20141112_212729_1.jpg
Voiced by: Unknown (The Dress) Adam Long (The Blame)
Debut: Season 1, "The End"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Wish"

An adult egg guy. He has a mustache, and according to “The Blame”, has a daughter. He looks like Colin and Felix, and may be related to them.



    Mr. Poop 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/mrpoop.png
Voiced by: None
Debut: Season 1, "The Kiss"
Last appearance: Season 5, "The Nuisance"

A living turd. He has never spoken, always appearing only in the background. He usually appears once a season, but he didn’t appear in Season 4, and appeared thrice in Season 2. His last name was revealed on his model sheet, like Rosie's first name.



    Archie the Duck 
Debut: Season 3, "The Triangle"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Web"
Voiced by Hugo Harold-Harrison
Elmore Junior High's mascot.

    Mrs. Tootmorsel 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/ochosmom.png
Voiced by: Teresa Gallagher
Debut: Season 2, "The Phone"

Ocho’s mother. She is also a giant video game spider. She appeared only in “The Phone”, but was mentioned in “The Club," “The Uncle," and "The Spinoffs."



    Tattoo Artist 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/screenshot_20190604_214312_gallery.jpg
Voiced by: Stefan Ashton Frank (The Fuss) Unknown (The Lady)
Debut: Season 5, "The Fuss"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Revolt"

A dog tattoo artist at the tattoo parlor in Elmore Mall.



    Debbie 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/debbbie.png
Voiced by Alix Wilton Reagan
Debut: Season 6, "The Rival"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Decisions"

A peapod girl who probably goes to Elmore Junior High and is Julius’s girlfriend.



    Brown Owl 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/brown_owl.png
Voiced by: None
Debut: Season 1, "The Wand"
Last appearance: Season 1, "The Ape"

A brown owl. He is only seen in flashbacks in Season 1.



    Beanie Bird 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/stonerbird.png
Voiced by: None
Debut: Season 1, "The Third"
Last appearance: Season 1, "The Ape"

An owl in a beanie. He only appears in flashbacks in Season 1 and a picture in the Wilson’s house in “The Third” and “The Party”.



    Rooster Waiter 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/chickenwaiter.png
Voiced by Unknown
Debut: Season 2, "The Game"
Last appearance: Season 5, "The Singing"

A rooster who is a waiter. He appeared in “The Game”, “The Love”, and “The Singing”.



    Green Teapot 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/teapot.jpg
Voiced by Unknown
Debut: Season 5, "The Choices"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Slip"

A teapot. He was originally going to appear in "Christmas" with his child but got replaced by the Oval People. He appeared in "The Choices," "The Cycle," and "The Slip".



    Pest Controller 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/pestcontroller.png
Voiced by: Adam Long
Debut: Season 3, "The Shell"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Decisions"

A giant cockroach and pest controller.



    Pilot 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/pilot_0.png
Voiced by: Unknown (The Blame, The Slap)
Debut: Season 4, "The Nest"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Faith"

A pilot.



    Dog Guard 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/dogcop.png
Voiced by None
Debut: Season 5, "The Heist"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Heart"

A dog. He is a prison guard, because in “The Heist” he was in Richard’s Imagine Spot as a guard, and he appeared in "The Heart", letting Mr. Robinson out of his cell.



    James “Jim” O’Brien 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/jamesobrien.png
Voiced by Unknown
Debut: Season 5, "The Worst"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Web"

Nicole’s coworker at the Rainbow Factory. He is Employee of the Month in “The Worst” and “The Deal”.



    Ghosts 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/screenshot_20190604_214647_gallery.jpg
Debut: Season 2, "Halloween"
Last appearance: Season 5, "The Deal"
Voiced by: Various
The ghosts who appeared in "Halloween", "The Compilation", and "The Deal".

    Sphere Citizens 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/shl6.png
Debut: Season 3, "The Shell"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Decisions"

Characters of many shapes and colors who only appear to fill large crowds, normally at an audience.



    Albert 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/albert_the_pervert_tawog_clipped.png
Voiced by Unknown
Debut: Season 1, "The Responsible"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Web"

A slime guy that works as a babysitter and is the mall janitor.



    Muriel 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/muriel_6.png
Voiced by: Jessica McDonald
Debut: Season 5, “The Catfish”
A teapot. She appeared in “The Catfish”.

    Masked Crooks 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/screenshot_20190604_214638_gallery_8.jpg
Debut: Season 5, "The Box'
Voiced by: Unknown
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Father"
Masked crooks who appear in "The Box" and "The Father"

    Mr. Gruber 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/thedeliveryguy.png
Voiced by: Rob Rackstraw
Debut: Season 6, “The Slip”
A bald eagle. He's one of Elmore's delivery guys.

Shape People

    Ed 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/20190604_211145.png
Voiced by: None (he doesn’t speak English)
Debut: Season 1, "The End"
Last appearance: Season 5, "The Line"
A blue triangle and the husband of the Black Pentagon and father of the Black Rectangle. He speaks a weird language. Apparently, him and his family are a different “race” than the rest of the characters, like Juke.

    Black Pentagon 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/20190604_211159.png
Voiced by None (she doesn’t speak English)
Debut: Season 1, "The End"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Revolt"
A black pentagon and the wife of Ed and mother of the Black Rectangle. She also speaks a weird language. Her and her family are a different “race” than the rest of the characters, like Juke.

    Black Rectangle 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/20190604_211222.png
Voiced by None (he doesn’t speak English)
Debut: Season 1, "The End"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Revolt"
A black rectangle and the son of Ed and the Black Pentagon, but he’s still an adult, because he was in flashbacks in “The Ape” and “The Wand”. He also speaks a weird language. Him and his parents are a different “race” than the rest of the characters, like Juke.

    Triangle Mother 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/20190604_211540.png
Voiced by Alix Wilton Reagan
Debut: Season 4, "The Wicked"
Last appearance: Season 5, "The Slide"
A blue triangle who is the mother of The Square Baby and The Shape Baby and the wife of The Pentagon Father.

    Pentagon Father 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/20190604_211555.png
Voiced by: Unknown (The Blame)
Debut: Season 2, "The Bumpkin"
Last appearance: Season 4, "The Blame"
A blue pentagon who is the father of The Square Baby and The Shape Baby and the husband of The Triangle Mother.

    Square Baby 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/20190604_211609.png
Debut: Season 3, "The Law"
Voiced by None
Last appearance: Season 5, "The Weirdo"
A blue square who is a baby and is the son of The Triangle Woman and The Pentagon Father and the brother of The Shape Baby.

    Shape Baby 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/20190604_211523.png
Voiced by None
Debut: Season 4, "The Wicked"
A darker blue square who is the son of The Triangle Mother and The Pentagon Father and the brother of The Square Baby. He appeared in “The Wicked” having just been born, and was mentioned in “The Blame” by his father as having been playing games and The Pentagon Father believes it turned his eyes square even though they were square when he was born.

    Yellow Triangle 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/20190604_211505.png
Voiced by None
Debut: Season 3, "The Allergy"
Last appearance: Season 5, "The News"
A yellow triangle. She is the mother of The Square Kid and wife of The Pentagon Guy.

  • Cartoon Creature: A yellow triangle.
  • Living Prop: Has never said or done anything but push the stroller with the Square Baby in “The Allergy”, walk in the mall in “The Oracle” and “The Disaster” and watch the Wattersons' house burn in “The News”.
  • No Name Given
  • The Speechless

    Pentagon Guy 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/20190604_211418.png
Debut: Season 3, "The Oracle"
Voiced by: None
Last appearance: Season 5, "The News"
A blue pentagon who looks almost exactly like The Pentagon Father and who is the husband of The Yellow Triangle and father of The Square Kid.

    Square Kid 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/20190604_211435.png
Debut: Season 4, "The Disaster"
Voiced by None
Last appearance: Seasom 5, "The News"
An orange square who is the son of The Yellow Triangle and The Pentagon Guy.

Animals

    Rainbow Bird 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/screenshot_20190604_220638_gallery.jpg
Voiced by Unknown
Debut: Season 3, "The Extras"
Last appearance: Season 4, "The Compilation"
A bird who appears in "The Extras" and "The Compilation."

    Sausage Dog 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/sausagedog.png
Debut: Season 2, “The Game”
Voiced by: Unknown
Last appearance: Season 5, "The Petals"
A dog who is literally a wiener. He is owned by Hot Dog Guy. He can actually speak. He is a very old dog, because 8 years ago he was an adult.
  • Anthropomorphic Food: Not anthropomorphic, but is a sausage.
  • Series Continuity Error: In “The Stars”, the cupcake woman owns him, but Hot Dog Guy usually owns him. She may have a job walking dogs though.
  • Talking Animal: He is a non-anthropomorphic sausage that acts like a dog and can talk.

    Tan Dog 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/hairy_dog.png

Debut: Season 2, “The Game”
Voiced by: Dan Russell
Last appearance: Season 4, "The Origins: Part Two"
A tan dog. The yellow wig owns him. He can also talk. He is a very old dog, because he was an adult dog 8 years ago.

    Forest Creatures 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/worldcreatures.png
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/screenshot_20190530_112855_youtube.jpg
Bird
Debut: Season 1, "The Kiss" (bird), "The Picnic" (the rest)
Last appearance: Season 1, "The Picnic" (Bird) Season 2, "The World (Evil Squirrel, Evil Tree, Tentacle Monster, Caterpillar) Season 3, "The Question" (Giant Monster, Griffin)
A bird, tentacle monster, griffin, giant monster, caterpillar, evil squirrel, and an evil tree.

    Brown Dog 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/dogs_6.png
The one on the right.
Debut: Season 4, "The Origins: Part Two"
Voiced by: None
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Slip"
A brown dog. It appeared in “The Origins: Part 2”, “The Vision” and “The Slip”. The dog is a very old dog, because they were an adult dog 8 years ago. It is unknown if the dog is a male or female dog, and it is unknown who owns them.

  • Funny Animal: The dog is a non-anthropomorphic dog, but the dog acts like a normal dog, and has not spoken.

    Duck 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/duck_2.png
Debut: Season 2, "The Colossus"
Last appearance: Season 5, "The Guy"
A duck who appears in many episodes like "The Traitor" and "The Guy".

    Alligator 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/20190415_080218.jpg
Debut: Season 6, “The Anybody”
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Slip"
Voiced by Unknown
An evil alligator. He appeared in “The Anybody” and “The Slip”.

    Cyclops Dog 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/bluedog.png
Voiced by: None
Debut: Australian promo/Season 1, "The Dress"
Last appearance: Season 5, "The Console"
A blue dog with one eye. Gary owns the dog. It is unknown if the dog is a female or male.

  • Big Eater: The dog ate an entire soccer ball in "The Dress".
  • Call a Smeerp a "Rabbit": A blue creature with one eye that acts like a dog.
  • Palette Swap: There's a red version in "The Countdown" and a robotic version in "The Game" (the latter may belong to Bobert).
  • Series Continuity Error: Louie owns the dog in “The Knights”, and Gumball, Darwin, and Anais imagine that he owns the dog in “The Plan”, but usually Gary owns the dog. Tony also owns the dog in “The Countdown”, and the dog is red in this episode, instead of blue, however that could mean that the red one was a different dog who looks similar.

    Wilfred 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/20190415_075656.jpg
Voiced by: None
Debut: Season 4, “The Nest”
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Decisions"
A poodle. This dog belongs to Marvin in "The Nest, but belongs to the Hexagon Lady in "The Decisions". The dog is aggressive, in “The List”, Gumball petted the dog and the dog bit him. It is unknown if the dog is a male or female.

    Cube Dogs 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/cubedoggy.png
Voiced by: None
Debut: Season 1, “The DVD”
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Anybody"
Three dogs who are made of cubes like Lenny. It is unknown if they are males or females, and they are police dogs. They are very aggressive.

    Purple Squirrel 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/squireel.png
Voiced by: Unknown (The Kiss) Unknown (The Question)
Debut: Season 1, “The Kiss”
Last appearance: Season 3, "The Question"
A purple squirrel. He appeared in “The Kiss” and “The Question”. He was supposed to appear in “The Law”, but didn’t.

    Pink Squirrel 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/cuteevilpinksquirrel.png
Voiced by: None
Debut: Season 2, “The Voice”
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Sucker"
A pink squirrel. This squirrel can’t talk.

    Rats 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/rats_2.png
Season 2 onwards
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/thekiss18.png
Season 1
Voiced by: Richard Overall (two of them)
Debut: Season 1, “The Kiss”
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Anybody"
A bunch of rats. Two of them sing in “The Singing”, and one of them mentions he has 170 kids and that he is going to die soon. They all look the same. In "The Kiss", two were seen but looked completely different, as that was before the show changed the art style for non-anthropomorphic animals.

  • Amazing Technicolor Wildlife: In "The Kiss", one was green and other was pink.
  • Even the Rats Won't Touch It: Not even them want to eat the grease from Richard's Joyful Burger meal that burned through the pavement into the sewer, even though they were starving.
  • Funny Animal: Non-anthropomorphic rats that talk.
  • The Other Darrin: They are voiced by an unknown actor in “The Kiss” and Richard Overall in “The Singing”.
  • Skewed Priorities: They didn't want to eat at a fancy restaurant just because it had bad reviews, even though they were starving.
  • Talking Animal: As shown in "The Kiss" and "The Singing".

    Martin 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/martin_0_3.png
Voiced by: None
Debut: Season 4, “The Nemesis”
Last appearance: Season 5, "The Weirdo"
Alison’s pet cat who she believes is a “real boy”. He is a pretty aggressive cat.

    Pigeons 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/pigeons.png
Voiced by: Unknown (One of them, The Extras)
Debut: Season 1, “The End”
Last appearance: Season 6, "The BFFS"
A bunch of black birds that look like crows. They are pigeons, but don’t look like pigeons. Alison likes feeding them because she’s an old lady. They all look the same.

    Kitty 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/kitty_1_1.png
Voiced by: None
Debut: Season 4, “The Nest”
Last appearance: Season 5, "The Console"
Gary’s cat. He is a white cat. He appeared in “The Nest” and “The Console”. His design was originally made in the early development of the show, even before the early reel, but wasn't used until Season 4.

    Sheep 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/sheepfromgumball.png
Voiced by: None
Debut: Season 2, “The Game”
Last appearance: Season 4, "The Check"
A white sheep. She appeared in “The Game” and “The Check”.

    Dragon 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/dragonjpg.jpg
Debut: Season 5, "The Boredom"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Vegging"
The dragon who appears in "The Boredom" and "The Vegging".

    Squirrels 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/squirrel_1_9.png
Debut: Season 4, "The Wicked"
Last appearance: Season 6, "The Possession"
The squirrels who first appear in "The Wicked".
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