Gary first appears in his place of business in "Soos and the Real Girl," where he explains to a curious Stan who Will E. Badger is. When Stan expresses a desire to purchase the robot, Gary dismisses him as an "old man" unfit to work in the field of animatronics, and proceeds to clean throw-up out of the ball-pit. He is later seen talking to Will E. as Stan breaks into the restaurant to steal the animatronic badger.
Gary is a stereotypical underachiever with an inflated sense of self. While apparently adept at his job of handling animatronics and cleaning up after sick children, he overestimates the amount of skill necessary for the job. He seems to harbor a degree of contempt for the elderly, and he is quick to point out the flaws of others while ignoring his own.
AppearanceGary has an average build, sporting long brown hair and a moderate skin tone, save for notable tan lines around his eyes. He has a gap in his teeth, and four short hairs growing out of his chin. He wears gold earrings, a red, short-sleeved polo shirt, gold belt and fanny-pack, black pants, and brown cowboy boots with gold spurs. He frequently sports a brown cowboy hat and a name tag.
- 205. "Soos and the Real Girl"
- 219. "Weirdmageddon 2: Escape From Reality" (no lines)
- 220. "Weirdmageddon 3: Take Back The Falls" (no lines)
"You're in over your head, Gramps. Animatronics is a young man's game. You couldn't handle the hardcore life of a pizza robot manager."
"Hey, you, barfing in the ball-pit! Gary's on the case."
"Good show, man, way to warm them up! I wish I was more like you."
- Similar to his voice actor Paul Scheer, Gary has a gap in his teeth.
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