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Anais Errrrrr Watterson
Character Information
Gender: Female ♀
Also known as: Runtus Decepticus (by Gumball in "The Tape")

Clever Girl (by Gumball in "The Password" and Richard in "The Deal") Jimmy (by Gumball and Darwin in "The Refund")

Species: Rabbit
Age: 4
Friends: Daisy the Donkey,
Jodie (one-sided),
Banana Joe (possibly),
Enemies: Billy,
Miss Simian,
Jodie (one-sided),
Chi Chi,
Chi Chi's parents,
Gumball (formerly),
Darwin (formerly),
the tree librarian
Relatives: Gumball (brother)
Darwin (adoptive brother)
Nicole (mother)
Richard (father)
Granny Jojo (paternal grandmother)
Frankie (paternal grandfather)
Louie (paternal step-grandfather)
Daniel (maternal grandfather)
Mary (maternal grandmother)
Occupation: Student
First Appearance: "The Responsible"
Voice: Kyla Rae Kowalewski
Gallery Quotes
Color Scheme
fur Cloth eye other

Anais Errrrrr Watterson is the tritagonist and one of the main characters of The Amazing World of Gumball. She is the youngest member of the Watterson family and the most rational, despite being only four years old. She is in 8th (and later 9th) grade at Elmore Junior High which she attends with her older brothers, Gumball and Darwin, and is in a higher grade than them, as revealed in "The Others."


Early concept

In the early concept, Anais was originally going to be a dark pink rabbit with a tiny pink tail. She had a much more elongated head, as well as elongated eyes. Anais wore a yellow dress with a white trim and red socks. Unlike on the show, her arms and ears were significantly shorter compared to that of her final design. At a later point in development, she most resembled her current design, but with whiskers.

Final design

In the show, Anais is a small pink rabbit with a white-colored tail. She resembles Richard, her father, but is much shorter in stature, has a more feminine appearance, and does not have whiskers. The inside of her mouth is a darker pink, and her tongue is light pink. Her nose is red like her older brother Gumball. "The Castle" reveals she has wide hips similar to Gumball and Nicole.

Anais usually wears an orange dress with a white trim and white socks. She is one of the only members of the Wattersons to wear footwear, along with Darwin and Granny Jojo.

In season 2, her design changes. Her eyes are oval, along with the rest of her family. Her skin is a lighter pink and she is slightly taller and bigger, almost reaching Darwin because her head and body had increased in size.

She was seen in her pajamas in "The Curse," she wore a light blue dress with white trim and light blue socks with a dark blue spot. The second time she appears with pajamas is in "The Castle," but this time, they are pink footless pajamas with a white rabbit silhouette and she wears them barefoot. From this point forward, her pajamas always appear like this.

In season 3, Anais' eyes are permanently round along with the rest of her family, although in one scene of the episode, "The Signature," and "The Compilation," she had oval eyes again.



As shown in "The Rival," Anais was like every innocent, new-born baby, but when she was put alone with Gumball and Darwin, she became dangerous, and was able to outsmart everyone and got away with tormenting her brothers. She eventually made peace with her brothers after Gumball saved her life, but she continued to blame them for things she had done. Throughout the years, she matured and discontinued this behaviour.


Anais is by far the most intelligent member of her family, although her young age prevents her from really being noticed and taken seriously by adults. She is rather mature and rational in the way she acts and speaks. She has been shown on numerous occasions to have a knack for solving problems, such as when she figured a way out of the house when it was flooded in "The Responsible," and the time she developed a complex solution to solve the problem of getting her grandmother's luggage up a flight of stairs in "The Kiss." Even though Anais is four years old, she attends Elmore Junior High because of her extremely high IQ; however, she is not in the same class as her brothers and instead goes to an eighth-grade class located elsewhere in the school. Anais is also a valued member of the school's Physics Club, and her vast knowledge of the subject has saved her from being vaporized by Bobert in his combat form in "The Club."

As shown in "The Remote" and in "The World," Anais knows how to sew, as she sewed up a hole in Daisy, and also sewed a zipper into Daisy.

Anais is a remarkably cunning strategist as well, as revealed in the episodes "The Remote" and "The Password," plotting elaborate schemes, and decoying everybody's perceptions to achieve her goal, though she is often underestimated due to her significantly young age, which she tends to use to her advantage.

Sometimes she is respected for her intelligence like in the episode "The Password," when Gumball says "clever girl" after finding out about Anais' plan to hog the computer all to herself by once again by driving the Watterson family out of the house, similar to the episode "The Remote."


Anais can also be considered the most mature member of her family, aside from her mother. She often takes care of her brothers in many ways, like helping them with their homework, and making their breakfast, as said in "The Responsible." Due to her young age, however, she is prone to occasionally acting childish and still has stuffed animals.


Anais has shown some signs of having her mother's fiery temper. She is often very rude and condescending towards her brother, Gumball, calling him a “slack-jawed, pea-brained dimwit” because she thought on impulse it was Gumball’s fault Darwin was sneezing. When her brother accidentally lost her doll, she was extremely upset and demanding, threatening to tell their mother what had happened. On another occasion, after finally taking Granny Jojo's bags upstairs, when asked to bring them down, she instead grew furious and kicked her suitcase out the window. Also, in "The Vacation," Richard hugged her to protect her, and she violently attacked him, thinking he was a monster. In "The Pest," Gumball and Darwin awoke from their sleep and found Anais violently and mercilessly attacking her stuffed animals because she was angry at Billy for bullying her at school, and even wanted to beat him up, showing that she can be just as angry and violent as her mother.

Infantile tendencies

While Anais is certainly very intelligent and mature for someone her age, there are some occasions that show that she is still just a little kid. She is a huge fan of Daisy the Donkey, as evidenced by her great caution for her Daisy plush toy, and her extreme enthusiasm for the "Daisy on Ice" show. She also knows how to manipulate others by looking cute, as proven in "The Quest." In "The Gift," it is revealed that she believes in the legend of kissing a frog to get a prince.

Social awkwardness

In "The Friend," it is shown that Anais is very socially awkward. She states that she does not have any friends, which is why no one shows up at her party, and in "The Egg," when she met Billy, she had her thumbs under the table twisting them into knots. This awkwardness is shown again in "The Parasite" when she became excessively clingy to Jodie. This social awkwardness is shown once again in "The Guy" when Josh and Anais first meet when they yell at each other instead of talking, and in "The Friend," when she does not know how to make eye contact, smile normally, or make small talk with her friend, Chimera. In "The Buddy," Anais was quick to make Jamie her friend and to get too deep into why. At the end of the episode, Anais did not know what friends do, as she first held Jamie's hand, then tried playing it cool.


Main article: Anais Watterson/Relationships

Episode appearances

Season 1

Season 2

Season 3

Season 4

Season 5

Season 6

Scrapped episodes


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Main article: Anais Watterson/Quotes


  • Alongside Darwin and Granny Jojo, Anais has footwear unlike the rest of her family.
  • In "The Responsible," it is revealed that Anais helps Gumball and Darwin with their homework, and she also makes Gumball and Darwin's breakfast every morning. That may have stopped in "The Wand," as she is not in the episode, and Gumball and Darwin make their own cereal.
  • In some preview pictures, she has whiskers like the rest of her family, except Darwin, but in the show, she does not. This was likely a late change that the creators made for an unknown reason, possibly to make her look younger or cuter.
  • Her name has two different pronunciations in the show: it is usually pronounced according to the name's French origin ('An-ni-ese') but is occasionally pronounced according to English phonetics ('An-ni-is') instead, usually by Darwin and Granny Jojo.
  • Anais has been seen acting dumb six times in the series: in "The Goons," Gumball teaches her how to be dumb; in "The Genius," she acts dumb to trick Principal Brown; in "The Job," she becomes dumb when she switches heads with Gumball; in "The Authority," when she becomes a "Richard"; in "The Castle," where she actually wanted to be dumb on Saturday and in "The Brain," where she gives herself brain damage due to the number of times she facepalms at her family's stupidity.
  • Anais, like her mother, seems to have anger issues, as seen in "The Quest," "The Kiss," "The Tape," and the Elmore Stream-It video "Annoying Brother."
  • Anais is based on and named after creator Ben Bocquelet's younger sister, Anaïs Bocquelet, who works as a computer programmer for EA Games.
  • She shares the same room with Gumball and Darwin, but in "The Date," she is seen having her own room.
  • In "The Vacation," "The Tape," and "The Pest," it is shown that Anais may have inherited Nicole's fighting skills.
  • In "The Pest," it is revealed that due to Gumball stuffing stones in her pockets due to his fear of her growing taller than him, Anais is medically classified as a cephalopod.
  • In some early press release materials, it was stated that Anais attended junior kindergarten class. It is confirmed in "The Others," however, that she is in eighth grade, a grade higher than her brothers.
  • In "The Parasite," in the list of Gumball and Darwin's pros and cons of reading Anais' diary, Anais is claimed to know how to keep someone both alive and in pain for a long time.
  • In "The Choices," it was shown that Anais was already quite intelligent as an infant, as she corrected her misspelled name on her hospital wristband. But in "The Rival," she got her name before the Wattersons depart the hospital.
  • Technically, Anais is the one responsible for the events of "The Joy," along with her father, as she convinced him to hug Gumball and Darwin to begin with.
  • In "The Copycats," Anais is the only Watterson family member who does not have a copycat, due to the copycat family being a parody of Miracle Star, a Gumball ripoff from China, where she also has no ripoff character due to the country's two children policy. In the copycat family's place, they apparently preferred two sons over a daughter.
  • In "The Rival," it was shown that Anais had sadistic tendencies when she was a newborn and had tried to harm Gumball and Darwin multiple times, although since then, she has mostly grown out of it.
  • Like Darwin, her first word was also revealed to be "Gumball," with her first sentence being "Gumball did it."
  • Unlike Gumball and Darwin (whose voice actors were replaced several times by younger successors due to puberty), Anais is the only child of the Wattersons who is still voiced by Kyla Rae Kowalewski since her debut in "The Responsible."
  • Anais is the first character to speak in "The Quest," making her the first character to speak in the show in order of production. In order of airing, Nicole is the first to speak, or Gumball if one counts the early reel.
  • In the show, she is four years old, but in Issue 8, she claims to be an eight-year-old.
  • In seasons 1 and 2, Anais' voice sounded high-pitched, childish and whiny. Starting with season 3, her voice becomes deeper and older-sounding, due to her voice actress going through puberty.
  • In "The Gumball Chronicles: Ancestor Act," it is revealed that Anais' middle name is "Errrrrr," because Richard did not have enough time to pick it out.

Voice Actors

  • Kyla Rae Kowalewski (USA/UK/AU/CAN/NZ)
  • Agnese Marteddu (Italy)
  • Yukiko Hinata (Japan)
  • Mariana Toledo (Latin America)
  • Fernanda Ribeiro (Brazil, seasons 14)
  • Mariana Dondi (Brazil, season 5–present)
  • Alayin Dubois (France)
  • Karin Awda (Middle East, seasons 1–4)
  • Elif Acehan (Turkey, season 1)
  • Didem Atlıhan (Turkey, season 2)
  • Işıl Kılıç (Turkey, season 3–present)
  • Kim Jeong-a (South Korea)
  • Jong Ah Kim (Korea)
  • Martyna Sommer (Poland)
  • Lilla Károlyi (Hungary)
  • Andreea Prossi (Romania, seasons 1–3)
  • Olimpia Botez (Romania, season 4–present)
  • Tia Theodorsen (Norway)
  • Steinunn Lárusdóttir (Iceland)
  • Maja Blennermark (Sweden)
  • Александра Масленникова (Russia)

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Robinson family GaylordMargaretRocky
Fitzgerald family PennyPatrickJudithPollyMr. Cuddles (family pet)
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