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| Carrie Krueger
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Carrie Krueger is a supporting character in The Amazing World of Gumball. She is a depressed ghost who is in Miss Simian's class at Elmore Junior High. Her first appearance was a cameo in "The Third" and her first major appearance was in "The Ghost." It is revealed in "The Mirror," that a man named the Snatcher (formerly known as Vladus Lokowitchki) is her father.
In Season 1, Carrie is a white, translucent ghost with a hairclip that resembles a skull with wings. Her arms rest in front of her body and her hair covers her left eye, though sometimes it will swing over to her right. She also has magenta and cyan lining around her, making her seem like a 3D anaglyph image. When her teeth are visible, they are shown to be sharp and pointed. She normally has black eyebrows.
In Season 2, Carrie's appearance is slightly changed due to the change in the show's animation style. Her head becomes slightly more rectangular, and she now has a shoulder on each side of her body, which her arms now hang from. She also becomes a darker color, and her outline gets thicker, like the other 2D characters on the show with outlines.
Carrie is a stereotypical "emo" who enjoys being miserable (although she considered and once referred to herself as a 'punk rock chick' in "The Pony"). Unlike most emo kids, who usually only hang out with other emos, Carrie is a social floater who will talk to anyone, possibly because Elmore Junior High lacks other emos. She regularly interacts with the other girls and usually participates in Gumball and the rest of the class' antics. However, in "The Third," she is found talking to Rachel.
In "The Ghost," she claims pain is the only emotion she can feel. Despite this, she has shown other emotions and has been seen smiling on occasion. In "Halloween," Carrie blushes when Darwin kisses her, a sign of feeling love. She is capable of compassion, as she seemed genuinely concerned for Gumball and Darwin's safety. At the end of the episode, she was visibly upset when she thought they had been trapped in the underworld.
In "The Pony," a softer side of her was shown when she saw A Pony's Tail by mistake and admitted that she found it touching. It would seem that at heart, she is also ultimately very selfless, as indicated in "The Scam," when she was willing to stay with Gargaroth forever if it meant saving her friends and the school. She also appeared to be quite shy when interacting with Darwin, whom she had developed a crush on, as she was unable to ask him if she could borrow his body and if he wanted to do something together without sounding sheepish and nervous. However, in "The Matchmaker" she has somewhat overcome that trait, as she has become more honest about her feelings for him.
Carrie can enter a person's body, possessing them. This forces the person to do whatever Carrie wants to do. However, the victim may be able to retain some degree of control, as seen in "The Ghost" when Gumball struggles with himself.
She can levitate objects, turn invisible, and teleport. She can also use spells by speaking in Latin. Most of these powers are demonstrated in "The Scam," though her teleporting ability seems to be slightly inaccurate in "Halloween."
"The Matchmaker" has also shown her to be skilled at making potions.
- Main article: Carrie Krueger/Relationships
- "The Third": She is seen talking to Rachel while Gumball and Darwin are watching Tina squish Anton, Idaho, and Ocho.
- "The Dress": She joins with the students in worshiping the new "girl."
- "The Quest": She is seen tossing Anais' doll to another bully; Tobias.
- "The Pressure": She is hanging out with Molly, Teri, Penny, Carmen, Masami and Leslie in Molly's tree house.
- "The Ghost": Her first major role. She uses Gumball's body to eat food.
- "The Mystery": She is sitting and reading about Gothic Clothing with Teri and Juke in the library.
- "The Gi": She joins the other students in laughing at Gumball.
- "The Kiss": She is cheering for Gumball to forget about Granny Jojo's kiss.
- "The Party": She is one of Gumball's date candidates because she has got "spirit."
- "The Robot": She joins the other girls in fawning over the "new" Gumball.
- "The Genius": She is seen reading The Secrets of Chicken Wings in the library.
- "The Curse": She is seen talking to Carmen.
- "The Meddler": She is the first one to notice Nicole holding Gumball's hand.
- "The Knights": She can be seen outside of the school.
- "The Flower": She exorcises the Jealousy out of Gumball.
- 'The Banana": She can be seen in class.
- "Halloween": Her second major role. She takes Gumball, Darwin and Anais in to a haunted house.
- "The Apology": She can be seen in class.
- "The Words": Darwin sings about her being an "Emo Freak."
- "Christmas": She possesses a turkey that Miss Simian purchases, then wishes everyone a merry Christmas.
- "The Pony": She helps Gumball and Darwin to rent a DVD and reappears later in the episode as Gumball and Darwin get the DVD back from her.
- "The Dream": She is seen in Miss Simian's class.
- "The Sidekick": She is seen in the School Cafeteria.
- "The Photo": She tries to take a school yearbook photo.
- "The Storm": She is a part of the group of kids that despises Alan and Carmen's relationship and also confronts Gumball for kissing Carmen.
- "The Voice": She is seen where Gumball is apologizing to her when he doesn't know why he is doing that.
- "The Promise": She is seen riding the school bus, and later waiting in line for the release of "The Tale of Zelmore."
- "The Boombox": She is one of the students who celebrate Miss Simian's (false) retirement.
- "The Tape": She has her own video segment, and later gets hit on by Tobias.
- "The Internet": She is one of the students laughing at Gumball's embarrassing video.
- "The Finale": She is one of the spectators at Richard and Patrick's fight.
- "The Fan": She appears outside the school, talking to Carmen.
- "The Coach": She remarks how Coach's rigorous coaching had made her feel "actually alive."
- "The Recipe": She is on the school bus.
- "The Name": When Zach told her that they were going to win the battle of the bands, she tells him that she isn't in a band and neither is Zach and even told him that he didn't know the name of a band.
- "The Void": She is at the schoolyard when Gumball is talking about Molly.
- "The Move" She slaps knocked out Tobias when Gumball and Darwin make him try to date her.
- "The Allergy": She appears on the school bus.
- "The Bros": She appears in the girl's room when Darwin tries to spy on Penny.
- "The Mirror": Her third major role. Her father is also revealed.
- "The Lie": She appears at the back of the school bus.
- "The Saint": She and Sarah hug Alan, but are chased away by Carmen.
- "The Oracle": She appears in one of Banana Barbara's paintings.
- "The Spoiler": She is seen on Elmore Plus.
- "The Countdown": She appears in Miss Simian's classroom.
- "The Return": She appears on the school bus, and is talking to Tobias about his new hat.
- "The Others": She appears at Clare's ceremony.
- "The Pest": She appears in the cafeteria.
- "The Gift": She is seen at Masami's birthday party.
- "The Comic": She sings LaserHeart's theme song.
- "The Hug": She is in the cafeteria.
- "The Girlfriend": She is seen in class.
- "The Parasite": She floats by Gumball's table in the cafeteria.
- "The Love": She sings "What is Love?" with several other characters.
- "The Points": Her picture appears in the game Tobias is playing.
- "The Night": She is seen in her room sleeping and dreaming.
- "The Blame": She is locked in the library with other students and appears during "Books Are Violent."
- "The Fury": She is seen in class.
- "The Compilation": She is seen singing "Nobody's A Nobody."
- "The Scam": Her fourth major role. Gumball, Darwin and her scam people using her powers and a ghost story which is later revealed to be true.
- "The Disaster": She is seen when Rob rewinds through the intro.
- "The Stories": She hides from Molly with other people and helps in the scenario to give her a real story to tell.
- "The Vision": She is sent to a happy camp in Alan's vision.
- "The Code": She can be seen in the cafeteria.
- "The Test": She is in the schoolyard with Masami.
- "The Slide": She is seen leaving after school.
- "The Loophole": She leaves class with the other students.
- "The Potato": She appears in a flashback singing Idaho a birthday song with the other students.
- "The Matchmaker: Her fifth major role. She helps Gumball make Teri fall in love with Darwin.
- "The Console": She is one of the people Gumball summons to defeat the Gamechild.
- "The Sorcerer": She plays football in Coach's class.
- "The Uncle": She is in the cafeteria.
- "The Singing": She is seen fooling around in Miss Simian's classroom.
- "The Best": Gumball breaks her phone.
- "The Worst": She is seen in the school bus.
- "The Deal": She is seen "marrying" Darwin in Nicole and Richard's room.
- "The One"
- Jessica McDonald (US/UK/NZ/AUS/CAN)
- Zselyke Szabó (Hungary, Season 1)
- Anna Lomboni (Hungary, Season 2-present)
- Afrodita Androne (Romania, Seasons 1-3)
- Orly Tagar (Israel, Season 1)
- Orly Katan (Israel, Season 2-present)
- Maria Lyttkens (Sweden)
- Álfrún Helga Örnólfsdóttir (Iceland)
- Adriana Torres (Brazil)
- Raili Raitala (Finland)
- Anita Sokołowska (Poland, Season 2)
- Joanna Pach (Poland, Season 3-present)
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- Main article: Carrie Krueger/Quotes
- In the early reel, Carrie heavily resembled Boo from the Mario franchise.
- Back in early production, Carrie had a simple black outline instead of her usual 3D anaglyph outline.
- Her first name may be a reference to the Stephen King novel Carrie.
- Her last name is revealed in "The Tape." It is a reference to Freddy Krueger, an iconic horror movie character. However, using British subtitles, it is known as "Sugar."
- In "The Ghost," while Carrie was going on a junk food spree in Gumball's body, she took the pickle out of the burger before eating it, implying that Carrie dislikes pickles.
- Carrie's 3D anaglyph outline is a reference to old B-horror movies that were occasionally in 3D.
- Despite Carrie's form as a ghost, she can still hold and manipulate physical objects with her hands.
- Her reflection does not show up in mirrors, which is based on the superstition that undead things do not have reflections. However, when she possesses someone or otherwise inhabits their body, the person will see her reflection instead of their own.
- She knew how to get rid of Jealousy; although she stated that she just read it off of the Internet and didn't expect it to work.
- Carrie was possessed by the Jealousy spirit in "The Flower," which is ironic because she is a spirit herself.
- In "Halloween," Carrie reveals the reason she is not invisible is that she was born a ghost.
- This contradicts her earlier statements (as well as those of the creator and writers) about her having a body when she was younger. However, it can be interpreted that she was born a ghost but acquired a body at some point before losing it.
- This is later confirmed due to her being the child of Vladus Lokowitchki and an unknown ghost in a mirror.
- In "Halloween," it was revealed that Carrie can teleport, albeit with low accuracy.
- However, in "The Scam," she teleports with better accuracy.
- She was one of the only people in Elmore Junior High who was not infected with the Joy Virus.
- In Season 2, in some Indian language dubs, Carrie's name is changed to Meghana.
- In the Icelandic dub, Carrie's name is changed to Karen due to the fact that "Carrie" sounds similar to "Korri", a male name in Icelandic.
- As of Season 5, she seems to be a lot more outgoing and is seen smiling more.
- In "The Mirror," Vladus Lokowitchki is revealed to be her father.
- It is also revealed in this episode that if one calls her name (or any ghost's name) five times, it will teleport her to them, much to her annoyance. This is used again by Gumball in a later episode, "The Matchmaker" (although he only called her name three times instead of five times).