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Juke is a supporting character in The Amazing World of Gumball. He is a student that transferred to Elmore from his homeland Boomboxembourg. No one ever understands what he is saying, because he only speaks in music mode. He can speak in voice mode too, but it requires the switch behind his head to be switched to "voice." Because he cannot reach the switch, due to his very short arms, he asks other students to switch it for him. He is animated in "Squiggle Vision," similar to Ed, Edd 'n Eddy, the first season of Home Movies, and many other shows.
Juke is a "stereo-headed kid," which means his head looks like a radio. He wears a brown shirt, grey jeans, and white sneakers. He is fairly short and quite overweight (although never referred to as such), with short stubby legs and arms. Juke's only means of verbal communication is through beat boxing noises. Because no one can understand this language, he often has to use hand gestures to get his points across. He has a switch at the back of his head, which allows him to switch between voice or music. However, he is unable to reach said switch. In Season 2 onwards, he acquires eyebrows, and his eyes change colors depending on his mood. His shirt is different color as well and the top of his head is darker grey. The buttons on his head are a darker grey color, too.
- "The Third": He is seen in the school hallway.
- "The End": He is seen at the park with Teri.
- "The Dress": He helps Gumball wearing a dress win the P.E. class race.
- "The Quest": He directs Gumball and Darwin to Anais' Daisy plush.
- "The Pressure": He is seen in the cafeteria.
- "The Mystery": He is seen in the library.
- "The Gi": He joins in the students in laughing at Gumball and Darwin's costumes.
- "The Kiss": He is cheering on Gumball to forget about Granny Jojo's kiss.
- "The Party": He is seen playing the music at Rachel's party.
- "The Picnic": He is seen on the school bus.
- "The Sock": Darwin informs him of his monobrow.
- "The Mustache": He is in the school gym playing dodge ball with the students.
- "The Meddler": He is seen playing the music at Gumball's cheerleader audition.
- "The Helmet": He is in the school cafeteria.
- "The Fight": He is seen cheering on the fight. Later, in the cafeteria, he asks Rocky to give him ice cream.
- "The Knights": He is seen waiting outside the school.
- "The Apology": He is seen in the fight crowd.
- "The Hero": He makes a cameo appearance outside of Food N' Stuff.
- "The Storm": He is seen playing basketball with Tobias.
- "The Sidekick": He is seen in the school cafeteria.
- "The Photo": He makes a cameo appearance in the school hall.
- "The Storm": He is seen on the school playground playing basketball with Tobias.
- "The Voice": He is seen in the school cafeteria.
- "The Promise": He is seen riding the school bus.
- "The Boombox": This is his first major role. Gumball and Darwin are trying to understand what he's saying.
- "The Sweaters": He is seen talking with Masami.
- "The Internet": He's seen outside the Watterson house playing basketball with Tobias.
- "The Finale": He gets pantsed in the school hallway by Gumball. Later, he's seen in the school bus, and is eaten by Kenneth.
- "The Joy": He gets infected by the Joy Virus.
- "The Recipe": He was seen at the pool with the other students.
- "The Name": : He was standing next to Coach, and he was hit by a basketball.
- "The Move": : He is in the Schoolyard.
- "The Mothers": He is seen in class.
- "The Bros": He participates in the basketball match.
- "The Mirror": He is in Miss Simian's classroom.
- "The Lie": He gets off the school bus, which crashed into Miss Simian's classroom.
- "The Safety": He can be seen at the Schoolyard chasing a basketball on one of Darwin's cameras.
- "The Society": He can be seen at the Schoolyard.
- "The Spoiler": He is seen in the school cafeteria. He later partially spoils the plot of "The Screamening" movie.
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- His early concept art depicted him with brown pants and shoes, as opposed to his final design, in which he wears blue jeans and white sneakers.
- Juke's name comes from "jukebox," which is a machine that plays records that was common in the 1950s-1970s, and is usually found in public establishments.