| Sarah G. Lato
| Character Information
Sarah is an anthropomorphic ice cream cone. The ice cream portion of her body is yellow, and the cone is orange in coloration, with brown stripes. She has thin legs and arms the same color as her head.
In her initial appearances, she seemed to be soft-spoken, and rarely made speaking appearances. In "The Fan," however, she is revealed to be highly delusional, and somewhat eccentric. She is somewhat of a stalker, as revealed in "The Fan." She seems to see things played out as a sort of sitcom, with herself as a character, even carrying around a tape recorder that plays a laugh track, and accompanying music. Sarah is also extremely obsessed with Gumball and Darwin, whom she views as her only friends, and appears to also fantasize about marrying one of them. Gumball and Darwin were the first people who spoke to her at Elmore Junior High.
- "The Banana": She is in Mr. Small's class.
- "The Apology": She is in Miss Simian's class.
- "The Skull": She is on the school bus.
- "The Bet": She is in Miss Simian's class.
- "The Dream": She is in Miss Simian's class.
- "The Sidekick": She is in the school cafeteria.
- "The Pony": She appears in Ripley 2000.
- "The Storm": She is in Miss Simian's class.
- "The Photo": She can be seen in one of the school corridors.
- "The Voice": Sarah has her first speaking role in this episode. She is seen eating her lunch on the school stadium benches. Gumball and Darwin apologize to Sarah for never talking to her and actually having something to apologize for. She then makes her head fall off.
- "The Promise": She is seen riding the school bus.
- "The Boombox": She is one of the students celebrating Miss Simian's (false) retirement.
- "The Tape": She is seen talking with Carmen and Masami, when they get coins rained on them by Tobias.
- "The Sweaters": She has her first major role in this episode. She has transferred from Richwood High, and she compliments how "hardcore" Gumball and Darwin are, which inadvertently causes rift between them and Carlton and Troy.
- "The Finale": She gets knocked over by Gumball and Darwin in school, and later, she is among the angry crowd attacking the Wattersons at the end of the episode.
- "The Fan": Her second major role.
- "The Coach": She is one of the victims of Jamie's bullying.
- "The Joy": She is behind Darwin when he shows the back of his head is burning, melted.
- "The Recipe": She participates in the swimming class.
- "The Name": Zach licks her at the bus stop.
- "The Fraud": She is in the corridor with the Eggheads, Penny, and Carmen.
- "The Void": She's part of the cheerleading squad.
- "The Move": She throws a small piece of herself at Tobias when he tries to date her.
- "The Law": She is in a line for ice cream. Later, her head falls off when the Doughnut Sheriff drives on the sidewalk.
- "The Allergy": A piece of herself smears all over Teri's face at the schoolyard.
- "The Bros": She is seen in the school bus.
- "The Mirror": She is seen in the schoolyard.
- "The Lie": She is seen inside the school bus, listening to Gumball talk about Sluzzle Tag.
- "The Butterfly": Patrick accidentally knocks her over.
- "The Saint": She hugs Alan, but is chased away by Carmen.
- "The Oracle": She is one the many people who want to be the 1,000,000th costumer.
- "The Safety": She is one of the students who watch the safety video in horror. Later, at the end, she, along with Carmen, Tobias, Banana Joe and Leslie salute Gumball and Darwin as they walk passed them in the hallway, followed by each of them slapping themselves in the face.
- "The Society": She appears at the school play auditions, and later as a member of the secret society.
- "The Countdown": She (and alternate versions of herself) can be seen in Miss Simian's classroom.
- "The Return": She is on the School Bus, wondering where Gumball & Darwin are.
- "The Check": She appears in Darwin's charity fantasy, where she, Carmen, Tobias, Masami, Carrie, and Leslie have been turned into zombies as result of Darwin's toxic waste management.
- "The Pest": She appears in Billy's puppet show.
- "The Gift": She is one of the many Elmore Junior High students rushing to the mall to get Masami a Mic Graves original (she's one of the few who made it the furthest, until Darwin melted her).
- "The Comic": Her third major role. She tries to be the person Gumball and Darwin will save.
- "The Uploads": She appears briefly at the end in a viral video, happily cuddling a pillow with Gumball and Darwin's faces on it.
- "The Hug": While trying to hide from Hot Dog Guy, Gumball knocks her down, drops a physics book on her head and tries to hide in her locker, but ends up messing up is face.
- "The Wicked":
- "The Traitor": She briefly appears in the episode.
- "The Advice": She gets injured by Gumball and Darwin.
- "The Girlfriend": She says "Hey, guys." to Gumball and Darwin, which enrages Jamie. Sarah states she is overreacting, causing her to go balistic. As a result, Jamie does things to her offscreen (...and it's not pretty).
- "The Points":
- "The Scam":
- "The Bus": She is on the hijacked School Bus.
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- Sarah appears as the first new student of Miss Simian's class.
- She seems to be one of the tallest girls in school (excluding Tina).
- According to character models, she was originally named Dolly.
- She had her first speaking role in "The Voice."
- She was originally a student at Richwood High, which is odd as she now attends junior high.
- She is named after the show's producer, Sarah Fell.
- Despite being considered a new student in "The Sweaters," she appeared in 13 episodes before it.
- Her middle initial and surname are a play on "gelato," the Italian word for "ice cream."
- Her last name "gelato" was revealed in "The Fan".
- She is a mangaka, a person who draws manga.
- She is apparently also a cannibal, just like Doughnut Sheriff, as she is seen eating a vanilla ice cream cone in "The Fan," "The Law," and "The Butterfly."
- According to character designer William Laborie, Sarah was originally a replacement for Molly in Season 2, right before the events of "The Void."