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| Tobias Wilson
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Tobias Wilson is a supporting character in The Amazing World of Gumball. He is a student in Miss Simian's class at Elmore Junior High. His first appearance was in "The Third," when he became Darwin's friend for ten dollars. He was given many redesigns in Season 2, including eyebrows, smaller feet, and recolored shoes. Tobias is so multicolored, that both those infected with the Joy Virus, and even Miss Simian mistake him for an infected.
Tobias appears to be a multi-colored fluffy cloud-like humanoid. Most of his body is colored red, but the lower part is orange, and his top hair part is blue. He has a medium sized mouth with blue lips. He wears a headband like the others in his family, and he wears red and white shoes.
In Season 2, like many other characters, such as Darwin and Penny, the shadow that he has on his arms and legs disappear, so they won't look like he is either wearing a shirt or pants. He also acquires eyebrows.
Tobias is a show-off. He believes that he is a heavily built jock, but, in reality, he isn't at all. Despite him not having a good, athletic build, he is obsessed with sports, and is always trying to hone his scrawny physique. He also seems to have a big ego. Like Gumball, Tobias has a crush on Penny, and is jealous that Gumball has adventures and he doesn't. However, as shown in one Elmore Stream-It clip, he may have a crush on Idaho's sister as well, despite the fact she is only around three. Because of his inflated ego, Tobias is more confident in his abilities to court Penny than Gumball is. Tobias can also be somewhat of a bully sometimes, such as when he was tossing Anais' plush Daisy doll around on the bus, and seemed quite eager to hurt Gumball in "The Knights". Also, in "The Uploads", Tobias found it funny when his father got hurt from falling off a skateboard that he placed in front of a staircase for a prank.
- Main article: Tobias Wilson/Relationships
- "Early reel" (debut)
- "The Third": His first major role.
- "The End": He greets Gumball, who is pretending to get married to his love interest.
- "The Dress": He chews gum, blows GumballOopsEggWobbleUnderpants, and tries to get the balloon Gumball to go left.
- "The Quest": he throws Daisy out of the bus.
- "The Pressure": He has fun with Gumball, Darwin, and Banana Joe.
- "The Ghost": He flees from Carrie, who is possessing Gumball.
- "The Mystery": He tells Darwin that he has toilet paper on his feet.
- "The Gi": He makes fun of Gumball and Darwin.
- "The Kiss": He and Banana Joe host "The Sounds of Suffering".
- "The Party": He appears multiple times throughout this episode, such as blackmailing Rachel and partying with Rob.
- "The Robot": He makes fun of Bobert by calling him a robo-dork and mentioning that he isn't a real boy.
- "The Picnic": He is on the bus.
- "The Goons": He and Darwin are the two people that may have won The Dumb Race.
- "The Sock": Idaho doesn't invite him to his party.
- "The Mustache": He appears in the gym.
- "The Club": He and Banana Joe are seen as part of the football club.
- "The Ape": He fools around in Miss Simian's classroom.
- "The Curse": He and his family are seen at Daisyland.
- "The Meddler": He makes a brief cameo.
- "The Helmet": He is in the cafeteria.
- "The Fight": He cheers on Gumball's fight with Tina.
- "The Knights": He fight Gumball over Penny. This is also his third major role.
- "The Fridge": He makes a cameo in the marching band.
- "The Flower": He runs a marathon, and is knocked out by Gumball (who is possessed by Jealousy)
- "The Banana": He walks out of Miss Simian's classroom. (Which Mr. Small was teaching in).
- "The Phone": He makes a brief cameo o the bus.
- "The Apology": His eyes set on fire after looking at Miss Simian's butt.
- "The Words": He makes a brief cameo in the Schoolyard, sings "What He Thinks About Us!", is offended by Darwin for a pose he commonly makes, and cheers on Gumball and Darwin's fight.
- "Christmas": He and idaho are cheering Masami to snow.
- "The Watch": He is seen in the cafeteria.
- "The Bumpkin": He is in the schoolyard.
- "The Sidekick": His fourth major role, Gumball and Darwin try to get a video game from him, and later kidnap his mom.
- "The Dream": He appears in Gumball's dream, flattening as if he had no bones.
- "The Photo": He appears looking at his picture.
- "The Storm": He is mixed with Banana Joe and Leslie by Masami.
- "The Voice": Gumball and Darwin "apologize" to him.
- "The Promise": He attacks Darwin as a wolf.
- "The Boombox": He and the Eggheads appear in the science lab.
- "The Tape": He fails to greet Penny, makes a cameo in Miss Simian's classroom, and is filmed failing to impress the ladies.
- "The Sweaters": He is seen talking to Carmen.
- "The Internet": He watches Gumball's embarrassing video.
- "The World": He is knocked out by a basketball.
- "The Finale": He calls everyone to cheer on Richard and Patrick's fight.
- "The Fan": He is seen in the background of the cafeteria.
- "The Coach": He bounces on the trampoline at his house.
- "The Joy": He isn't infected because he is multicolored, and later can strangely be seen infected.
- "The Recipe": He freaks out after Anton dies.
- "The Name": He is seen in a flashback from "The Knights" and is defeated by Zach.
- "The Extras": He makes another brief cameo.
- "The Fraud": He makes a cameo in the cafeteria.
- "The Move": His fifth major role, he is knocked out by Clayton's kung-fu move.
- "The Allergy": Darwin sneezes his colors onto Banana Joe.
- "The Mothers": His sixth major role, his mother, Banana Joe's mother, and Gumball and Darwin's mother compete in a mom-off.
- "The Bros": He and Banana Joe stare at Gumball and Darwin dancing.
- "The Mirror": He is in Miss Simian's classroom.
- "The Pizza": He is chased by the Eggheads.
- "The Lie": He appears in Miss Simian's classroom after Rocky crashes his bus.
- "The Butterfly": He appears dancing in Miss Simian's classroom.
- "The Saint": Alan gives him CPR in a flashback.
- "The Safety": He is horrified by the safety video.
- "The Society": Gumball attacks him to get chips from a vending machine, and later spies on him while on his back. He also becomes part of the secret society.
- "The Spoiler": He talks about The Screamening.
- "The Countdown": He is seen in certain dimensions.
- "The Nobody": He walks by when Gumball and Darwin think of a personality for Rob.
- "The Return": He mentions how his hat hadn't gotten made fun of.
- "The Crew": He doesn't appear, but is mentioned in passing by Gumball and Darwin when aging themselves.
- "The Check": A zombie version of him appears at the Toxic Waste Disposal Site.
- "The Pest": He is seen in Billy's puppet show.
- "The Gift": He races to get the Mic Graves for Masami.
- "The Upgrade": He appears in the montage of fails of Bobert's new system.
- "The Comic": He sings LaserHeart's theme.
- "The Uploads": He appears in a video.
- "The Hug"
- "The Wicked"
- "The Bus"
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- In an early concept poster, Tobias was originally going to have no lips.
- Unlike most other characters, Tobias only has 3 fingers.
- However, in some cases, he does have 4 fingers depending on the circumstances.
- He is one of the many child characters in the series that is voiced by an adult, namely Rupert Degas & Hugo Harold-Harrison in Seasons 1 and 2, respectively.
- Wearing a headband may be a family tradition, as he, his sister, and his mother each wear one regularly. The only member of the family that does not wear one is his father.
- Tobias may have won The Dumb Race in "The Goons," along with Darwin.
- In the episode "The Third," it is shown that he can change his colors at will.
- He is named after Tobi Wilson, one of the show's writers.
- In the online PC game Spit Ball Wars, Tobias has a completely different design.
- When changing his colors in the episode "The Third," the sound he makes is similar to the one made by Mario when walking in the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) port of the arcade game Donkey Kong.