Judith Fitzgerald is a minor character in The Amazing World of Gumball. She is the mother of Penny and Polly and is married to Patrick. She first appeared for a brief moment in "The DVD" during the chase scene.
Judith Fitzgerald is a presumably a shape-shifting fairy and has a similar appearance to Penny in season 2 and her younger daughter, Polly. Compared to her older daughter, Penny, she is noticeably taller and has smaller antlers than her. She wears grey cowboy boots.
In her early years, she wore a yellow dress and a blonde wig.
Not much is known about her personality. However, she seems to be extremely generous, as she was willing to give Gumball and Darwin large amounts of money, her boots, her ring and even her kidney when she felt they needed help, as seen in "The Gripes." She also has an open mind for the relationship with Gumball and Penny as shown in the episode "The Knights."
In "The Transformation," a sadistic side of her is shown. She tries to threaten Gumball to have Penny go back in her shell by making a cookie that appears to be Gumball getting torn in half.
- "The Gripes": Her first speaking role. She donates to the hobo but then gives the donations to Gumball and Darwin.
- "The Mothers": She fights Nicole and Alison.
- "The Shell": She watches Gumball and Penny's play.
- "The Bros": She watches her house burn down.
- "The Butterfly": She is knocked over by Gary and Sarah.
- "The Saint": She tries to help Tony.
- "The Oracle": She wants to be the millionth customer at the mall.
- "The Romantic" (mentioned)
- "The Wicked": She runs from Mrs. Robinson.
- "The Love": She is on a date with Patrick, and is grossed out by Sussie's parents.
- "The Awkwardness": She is on the public bus.
- "The Misunderstandings" (mentioned)
- "The Blame": She is at the PTA meeting, and is scared when her daughter shapeshifts into a wolf.
- "The Fury": She drives her car in the traffic jam.
- "The Scam": She is outside Elmore Junior High.
- "The Boredom": She is at the mall.
- "The Choices": She is at the hippie protest with Mr. Small.
- "The Cycle": She is at prom night in Richard's flashback.
- "The Diet": She is in the crowd.
- "The Ex": She sings "Happy Birthday" to Penny in a flashback.
- "The Singing": She is on a date with her husband and leaves when Principal Brown starts singing about Miss Simian.
- "The Worst": She is on the bus with Anais.
- "The Nuisance": She wants the Wattersons to move to Ohio, and throws tomatoes at them at the end.
- "The Line": She runs.
- "The List": She watches a concert.
- "The Cringe": She appears in the flashback to "The Awkwardness."
- "The Candidate": She attends the Children's Future Ball.
- "The Schooling": She is in the cinema.
- "The Transformation": Her first major role. She and her family make Gumball decide if they should stay in their shells or not.
- "The Ghouls": She gives candy to Tobias and Banana Joe.
- "The Slip": She is confused by Mr. Gruber's evil laughter.
- "The Mess": She picks up Polly.
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- She plays the bagpipes, and is apparently skilled at them.
- Her first appearance is ironic because she appeared in the series before Penny herself.
- She gave Penny permission to go after Gumball in "The Knights," suggesting that she, unlike her husband, approves of their relationship.
- According to Penny in "The Romantic," she is inept at technology, as she once took a broken computer mouse to a veterinarian.
- Her first name was revealed in "The Transformation."
- She is the only member of the Fitzgerald family whose name does not start with the letter "P."