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Tambry (born in the mid-1990s) is one of Wendy Corduroy's friends and a cellphone addict. She is currently in a relationship with Robbie Valentino.


Season 1

Tambry is seen throughout "The Inconveniencing" as one of Wendy's friends. She goes with them to the abandoned Dusk 2 Dawn convenience store, but barely interacts with the other teenagers, preferring to stay on her phone, texting and updating her status. In the store, she texts instead of partying, although Wendy notices that she looked up from her phone more than usual, which meant she was having fun. She is the first person to disappear once the ghosts attack, ending up trapped in a security monitor because they didn't like her doing normal teenage things like texting. After she is trapped, she changes her "status" to "Ahhhhhhhhhhh!." Dipper later saves her and the rest of the teens by doing the Lamby Lamby Dance for the ghosts.

Tambry has small appearances in several episodes afterwards, like when she makes a cameo in "Dipper vs. Manliness" at Greasy's Diner, texting while sitting in a booth.

She is seen in "Double Dipper" as one of the people watching Mabel and Pacifica Northwest compete for the Party Crown while partying herself in the background.

In "The Time Traveler's Pig," Tambry is seen riding the Ferris wheel with Thompson at the Mystery Fair.

Flyer for Tambry's Summerween party.

In "Summerween," Robbie and Wendy mention her, saying that they are going to a party at her house while her parents are out of town.

In "Boss Mabel," she is seen at the Mystery Shack, hanging out with Wendy.

In "Gideon Rises," she is in the crowd cheering Gideon as he announces the opening of Gideonland.


In "Mabel's Scrapbook: Heist Movie," Tambry can be seen in the audience for Pony Heist.

Season 2

In "Scary-oke," she attends the "Mystery Shack is Back" party. She takes a picture of a shirtless Thompson with her phone's camera, to his chagrin. She promises not to send it to anyone, but then pushes the "send all" button.

Tambry next appears in "Soos and the Real Girl," interacting with a clerk at the store "Overalls Are Cool Now" in the Gravity Malls.

In "Blendin's Game," Dipper and Mabel travel back in time and meet younger versions of Tambry and Wendy. Young Tambry blurts out to Dipper that young Wendy thinks he's cute, causing Wendy to push her off her tricycle.

Tambry and Robbie on a date.

In "The Love God," she is tricked into going on a date with Robbie by Mabel (who sent her a text signed "Your secret admirer"). The date goes badly until Mabel spikes their chili fries with a love potion, causing them to fall in love with each other.

In "Northwest Mansion Mystery," she and Robbie attend the Northwest Fest after Pacifica opens the gates to Northwest Manor for the common folk. During the end credits, she walks in on Agent Powers and Agent Trigger arguing (while dressed like a couple). She remarks that she's "not even gonna ask," and walks away.

In "The Stanchurian Candidate," she and Robbie are in the grocery store behind Stan as he buys light bulbs, Robbie with his arm around her shoulder.

In "The Last Mabelcorn," an image of her from "The Love God" is shown as Bill Cipher mentions picking his next pawn.

In "Dipper and Mabel vs. the Future," she is seen in a group picture in Mabel's scrapbook of summer memories.

In "Weirdmageddon Part 1," she is mentioned by Wendy when she explains to Dipper that, during the events of Weirdmageddon, Bill's forces managed to capture Tambry along with Nate, Lee, and Thompson during a game of Truth or Dare at the cemetery.

In "Weirdmageddon 2: Escape From Reality," she is seen as part of Bill's Throne. A duplicate version of her also appears inside Mabel's Bubble.

In "Weirdmageddon 3: Take Back The Falls," she is in the crowd of people after the throne was disassembled, and during the attempted activation of the Zodiac. She is later seen in town with the rest of the residents during the final scenes of the series after Gravity Falls is returned to normal.


Tambry is in many ways a stereotypical teenager. She enjoys texting and using social networking sites to constantly update her status[1][3], even more so than other teens, and rarely looks up from her cellphone, as seen in "The Inconveniencing." She tends to be downbeat and apathetic to most things, giving off a somewhat gloomy demeanor. Robbie is the only person for whom she has shown more interest in than her phone.


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Tambry has the appearance of an emo/scene girl. She has light brown skin and short purple hair with a pink highlight in front of her left ear. She wears a purple and white shirt with a purple skirt, light purple leggings, and decorated black boots, along with two black earrings. She also carries around her phone, which takes up most of her time.[3] She used a a black flip cell phone in Season 1 and uses a black smartphone in Season 2. She carries a black handbag in "The Inconveniencing" and "The Love God."


Season 1


Season 2



"My friend thinks you're cute."
—A young Tambry telling Dipper Pines that (young) Wendy thinks he's cute.

"Yeah, the cemetery used to be fun; now it's just depressing."
—Tambry in The Love God.

"Don't call me Tambers."
—Tambry to Nate.


  • Some TV captioning misspells her name as "Tambri" instead of Tambry as an error.
  • Wendy and her have known each other for at least ten years, making them long-time pals.
  • In "The Love God" it is revealed that Nate used to have a crush on her until she and Robbie started dating and became a couple for the rest of the show.
  • Tambry is the only member out of the teenagers who didn't sign Dipper and Mabel's goodbye letter in the series finale.
  • The flyer advertising her party in "Summerween" has the phrase "Not S+P Approved" printed on the front. This is a direct jab at Disney's Standards & Practices department, which rejected the original text "Bottles Will Be Spun" claiming that "We don't want to send the wrong message to our audience".[5]


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