| Character Information
Teri seems to be a slightly crumpled version of a cut out bear. Her design resembles that of a school kid doodling on a piece of folder paper, and then cutting it out. She is usually seen wearing a blazer, which is commonly used for school uniforms or formal occasions.
She is able to move in three dimensions, showing the back of her wrists, which have no drawings on them. From this and the fact that most doodled cut out dolls only have drawings on one side, it can be assumed that her back is completely blank.
Teri is a hypochondriac, meaning that she has a habit of believing that she has a number of ailments that are more than likely all in her head. Because of this, Teri spends most of her time in the nurse's office. Aside from this, Teri seems to be a member of the Elmore Junior High cheerleading squad and is also one of the Treehouse Girls.
She also seems to be a bit self-centered, but once you manage to get past this, Teri is a very kind and sensitive soul.
- "The Pressure" (first appearance)
- "The Ghost"
- "The Mystery"
- "The Gi"
- "The Kiss"
- "The Party"
- "The Genius"
- "The Mustache"
- "The Date" (Penny's Illustration)
- "The Ape"
- "The Curse"
- "The Meddler"
- "The Fight"
The gallery for Teri can be found here.
- In "The Mystery", Teri is shown in Penny's painting of the cheerleaders.
- In her concept art, Teri was wider and uncrumpled. She also lacked a collar and buttons on her dress.
- In the Early Reel, Teri was apparently male as Teri accidentally falling into the girl's bathroom elicits quite a commotion.
- A writer of the show suggests that Teri is skilled at papercraft and origami. This is supported by her reading a book on origami on two occasions: in "The Quest" and in "The Mystery".
- Being made of paper, she is very fragile and physically weak. An example was when she "slapped" Gumball in "The Party".
- She may like Leslie since she was with him in "The Party".
- She likes to scribble fake tattoos on her arm (according to James Lamont's formspring).
- Her first major role is in "The Virus".
- In "The Phone", it is shown that Teri plays the xylophone, the marimba specifically.
- In "The Flower", Teri was unaffected by the rain, despite being made of paper.
- In "The Words", it is revealed that Teri is a germaphobe.
- In "The Words", it is revealed that if Teri stands in the light, you can see inside of her.
- In "The Virus", it is revealed that Teri's mother is a doctor. Which explains why she is such a germaphobe.