| Felicity Parham
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Felicity Parham is a supporting character in The Amazing World of Gumball. She first appeared in "Christmas" at the hospital. She has a son named Billy and a husband, who was mentioned in "The Extras."
- "Christmas": She is at the hospital when Richard tries to do his good deeds to get back on the nice list.
- "The Bumpkin": She can be seen at a desk when the Wattersons drive their car into The Fitzgeralds' pool.
- "The Authority": She is seen walking her son after Gumball crosses the street.
- "The Hero": She is seen watching Richard's dance in the street (flashback).
- "The Sidekick": She makes a cameo driving a police car.
- "The Tag": She is seen briefly driving her car when the trash can constantly gets ran over.
- "The Limit": She is seen in the supermarket with Billy.
- "The Kids": She is seen across the street from Gumball and Darwin with Billy.
- "The Extras": Her first major role. She is driving in a car with her son Billy. After being easily annoyed, she intentionally crashes her car into her house. Shortly after, she walks out of the debris, and hits her forehead with a spade, "taking a nap." She later appears at the park with Billy screaming at the kissing pizzas.
- "The Gripes": She unknowingly buckles her groceries in her car, then tosses Billy into the trunk, while stating she always knew Richard was a "bad parent."
- "The Law": She flips out after Gumball tries to jaywalk the second time, causing her to hijack Larry's ice cream truck, and drive it through the park.
- "The Mothers": She is in her car at the mall parking lot with Billy.
- "The Shell": She is in the audience watching of the school play.
- "The Burden": She is seen with her son in the park, while Darwin talks to "Chris Morris."
- "The Pizza": She steals parts from the Wattersons' vehicle.
- "The Lie": She sings Sluzzle Tag carols with other citizens at the mall.
- "The Butterfly": She can be seen in the Elmore Wings plane, and, later, she is among the citizens fighting for a $20.00 bill.
- "The Oracle": She is one the many people at the mall who want to be the 1,000,000th costumer.
- "The Spoiler": She can be seen in the cinema, watching The Screamening.
- "The Countdown": She can be seen with Billy, when Gumball attempts parkour.
- "The Egg": Her second major role. She and Billy are invited over to the Watterson home for dinner by Nicole.
- "The Pest" (mentioned)
- "The Parking": She can be seen watching a movie at the cinema.
- "The Routine": She appears running from Mr. Rex.
- "The Romantic": She dances as part of the musical number for Gumball's first clue.
- "The Wicked": She can be seen at the mall.
- "The Traitor": She is at the cinema.
- "The Love": She is seen calling the police because of Richard hugging Billy.
- "The Awkwardness": She is at the mall with Billy.
- "The Nest": She runs away from the Evil Turtle's babies.
- "The Night": She is seen at the mall in Hector's dream.
- "The Misunderstandings": She can be seen at the mall with Billy.
- "The Blame": Her third major role. She tries to ban video games from Elmore.
- "The Compilation": She is interviewed by a news reporter.
- "The Disaster": She is seen at the mall.
- "The Rerun": She is seen at the mall.
- "The Guy": She is seen outside the mall with Billy.
- "The Boredom": She is seen during Sal Left Thumb's song.
- "The Choices": Her younger self is seen protesting with Mr. Small.
- "The Slide": She is one of the people Rocky meets on Trawlr.
- "The Loophole" (mentioned)
- "The Copycats":
- "The Ollie": She first appears in Richard's flashback, and later among the people laughing at Gumball.
- "The Stars":
- "The Ex": She is at the mall.
- "The Sorcerer": She is swallowed by the troll.
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- She seems to have a psychotic side as well, as seen in "The Law." This is also hinted in "The Extras," when she crashes her car into a house (with her son in it), and knocks herself out with a spade shortly afterwards.
- Her name was revealed in "The Egg."
- Her son Billy speaks in a British accent, although she does not.
- She wore blue high-heels in "Christmas" and "The Shell," she also wears shoes in a picture frame in "The Love," but in the rest of her appearances, she is barefoot.
- The Parhams may be named after Joe Parham, a writer for the show.
- She has a husband who has been unseen in the whole series so far but first mentioned in "The Extras."
- Interestingly, in "The Slide," she is shown to have an account on "Trawlr," the in-universe parody of the dating services app Tinder. This might mean that she and her husband have separated and/or spend little time with each other.