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| Character Information
Teri is a slightly crumpled paper cutout of a bear. Her design resembles that of a school kid doodling on a piece of folder paper, and then cutting it out – some parts of her coloring are messier. She is usually seen wearing a blazer, which is commonly used for school uniforms or formal occasions.
In Season 2, she acquires eyebrows, though the rest of her design remains unchanged.
In "The Origins: Part Two," she is shown to be smaller and her facial features are crudely drawn, resembling a child's drawing.
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, such as believing to have gone deaf because no one had spoken to her in the past five minutes. Because of this, Teri spends most of her time in the nurse's office.
She is a germaphobe, as seen in "The Words" and "The Virus;" as such, she goes to extreme lengths to protect herself from potential diseases and usually urges her classmates to do the same. Although kind and sensitive at heart, she frequently comes across as self-centered due to her fears.
- The early reel (debut)
- "The Third" (cameo)
- "The End" (cameo)
- "The Dress" (cameo)
- "The Pressure"
- "The Ghost" (cameo)
- "The Mystery" (cameo)
- "The Gi" (cameo)
- "The Kiss" (cameo)
- "The Party"
- "The Genius"
- "The Mustache" (cameo)
- "The Date" (on Penny's painting)
- "The Ape" (cameo)
- "The Curse" (photo on the wall)
- "The Meddler" (cameo)
- "The Fight" (cameo)
- "The Fridge"
- "The Flower" (cameo)
- "The Phone" (cameo)
- "The Apology" (cameo)
- "The Words" (cameo)
- "The Skull" (cameo)
- "The Virus" (1st major role)
- "The Storm" (cameo)
- "The Hero"
- "The Game" (cameo)
- "The Tape" (cameo)
- "The Coach" (cameo)
- "The Joy" (cameo)
- "The Recipe" (cameo)
- "The Void" (cameo)
- "The Move"
- "The Allergy"
- "The Bros" (cameo)
- "The Lie" (cameo)
- "The Mirror" (cameo)
- "The Safety" (on one of the monitors)
- "The Society"
- "The Spoiler" (cameo)
- "The Countdown" (cameo)
- "The Triangle"
- "The Money" (cameo)
- "The Return" (cameo)
- "The Pest"
- "The Gift"
- "The Upgrade" (cameo)
- "The Comic" (cameo)
- "The Uploads"
- "The Origins: Part Two"
- "The Girlfriend"
- "The Advice"
- "The Points"
- "The Bus"
- "The Night"
- "The Compilation"
Much like her relationship with Gumball and Darwin, Teri always collides with the nurse seeing her treating to the students wrong and overact with her, which makes the nurse usually ignore Teri more than she usually does with the other students.
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- Her name is a pun on the fact that you tear paper easily.
- In her concept art, Teri was wider, and un-crumpled. She also lacked a collar and buttons on her dress.
- In the early reel, Teri was male, as he was blown into the girl's bathroom, eliciting quite a commotion. Gumball also refers to Teri as "Paper Boy".
- A writer of the show suggests that Teri is skilled at paper craft and origami. This is supported by her reading a book on origami on two occasions: in "The Quest," and in "The Mystery."
- Because Teri is made out 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 can use a pencil to draw anything on her face or body, such as a teardrop or a facemask in "The Virus," or clothes in "The Night."
- In the latter episode, she is also shown to draw a sleep mask before going to bed.
- 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 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.
- In "The Mystery," if you look closely in the yearbook, you can see that Teri is in her early reel design.
- It is revealed in "The Origins: Part Two" that when she was younger, her facely was crudely drawn.