| Margaret Robinson
| Character Information
Mrs. Robinson has the same basic body structure as her husband. The main difference is that she has much larger hips and is much skinnier. Her head is also not directly a part of her body, as it is attached to her neck.
Her yarn-like blonde wig is very plentiful, and most of it is kept up in a large beehive hairstyle, while the rest forms her bangs. She also wears a light-brown and white polka-dotted bow on her hair. Like her husband, she has a very large and protruding nose below her two beady eyes, which are bordered by what seems to be purple eye shadow.
Her usual outfit consists of a white and brown zig-zagging shirt and a pair of dark brown jeans. She also appears to wear white pumps.
Similar to her husband, Mrs. Robinson is rarely ever in a happy mood. She makes no attempts at verbal communication, and instead, she merely grunts and mutters her words resentfully. Even though she loves her husband very much, they almost never get along and it seems that they are always angry about something. In one instance, she was about to marry someone else when Mr. Robinson was sick, showing that she is not actually loyal to her husband. Greater insight into her personality and the reason for it comes in the episode "The Wicked," when Gumball and Darwin are confronted by Mr. Robinson in the attic.
"Margaret is, and always will be, a mystery. Nothing happened in her life to justify the way she is. Some people aren't looking for anything logical; they can't be bought, reasoned, or negotiated with. Sometimes man just wants to watch the world burn." - Gaylord Robinson
Mrs. Robinson also seems to have sadistic tendencies, such as cutting the flowers off of plants for no reason and only attending Mr. Robinson's performance to see him fail. It seems her personality is not the result of childhood trauma or incident, but because she was simply born that way. According to her manufacturer's tag seen in "The Wicked" during the maternity ward scene, it details that Mrs. Robinson is "Seventy percent cotton, thirty percent polyester and made in the fiery pits of the underworld." No explanation is given for her actions or attitude, and her husband's only answer to it is that she is evil, just because she is evil.
In addition, Margaret seems very unfaithful to the marriage between her and her husband, often leaving him for other men. This trait is displayed both in "The Boss," in which she leaves her husband after taking his wallet, and "The Slide," in which she is seen using the dating service Trawlr despite the fact that she is in a marriage that is decades-old.
- "The Debt": She watches her husband sing and dance on the stage.
- "The Genius": (mentioned)
- "The Poltergeist": She kicks her husband out of the house, but gets back with him at the end with the help of Gumball and Darwin.
- "The Wand": She and her husband spot Richard in the backyard, and are affected by his "powers." She later appears at the end when her husband finds the wand.
- "The Car": Her first major role. Gumball and Darwin annoy her and Gaylord, and she suggests him that they do their chores. Later they discover their car has been destroyed. They then get arrested for defacing the Wattersons' car in retaliation.
- "The Colossus": She and Gaylord are seen sitting on the couch after Hector destroys their house.
- "Halloween": She drops her milk and cookies after hearing Gumball and Darwin as ghosts speak through a moose's head hung in their house.
- "Christmas": She and her husband appear in the "Christmas is Cancelled" number. They also appear at the end along with the rest of Elmore.
- "The Virus": A laser beam from Gumball's microwave burns her and her husband's turkey.
- "The Tag": She brings bags of groceries to their house.
- "The Boss": She is with Mr. Robinson when he has his accident. She takes his wallet, goes on a cruise, and nearly marries one of the Sailors.
- "The Butterfly": She fights many people in Elmore for a $20.00 Bill.
- "The Question": Her car gets hijacked by Larry.
- "The Spoiler": She and her husband are in the theater, watching a movie.
- "The Crew": She throws objects at the senior citizens.
- "The Sale": She is reading a magazine on the couch.
- "The Routine": She is outside with her husband when Richard drives to the store.
- "The Wicked": Her second major role. It is revealed that she is very evil and causes mischief around Elmore.
- "The Love": Her third major role. There is a flashback of her and Mr. Robinson.
- "The Nest": She passes out when a turtle hits her in the face with a shovel.
- "The Night": Her dream is about a fight with Gaylord.
- "The Code": She is seen cleaning the house when the Watterson kids hack Mr. Robinson's computer.
- "The Slide": She is one of the people Rocky meets on Trawlr.
- "The Stars": She watches her house get destroyed by termites.
- "The Singing": She throws a briefcase at her husband's face.
- "The Petals": She is seen pouring weed killer on flowers.
- "The Father": She drives a car.
- "The Neighbor": (mentioned)
- "The Anybody": She and Mr. Robinson are visited by Gumball.
- "The Intelligence": She is on trial for being suspected to be a witch.
- "The Understanding": She gives her husband a lighter.
- "The Ghouls": She is in the song "All Hail All Hallow's Eve!."
- "The Agent": She thinks her husband cut her hair.
- "The Heart" (voice and picture only)
- "The Revolt": She laughs at her husband.
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- Her ex-boyfriend is one of the sailors.
- The only thing she can say is "meh.”
- Mr. Robinson and Rocky Robinson are the only characters who are shown to understand what she says when she talks.
- Her hair is much more gray than usual in later on seasons.
- She is shown to be very mean in "The Wicked." She has done the following as a child, as revealed in said episode:
- Despite "The Wicked" proving that she is 100% evil, she does love her husband, as seen in "The Poltergeist," "The Boss," and "The Love," and even helps him in "The Debt" and "The Car."
- She has cheated on her husband twice. Once in "The Boss," and once in "The Slide."
- It is shown in "The Wicked" that she was apparently created in the fiery pits of the Underworld.
- She has been living in Elmore most of her life, as shown in "The Wicked."
- Her hair is revealed to be a wig in "The Car," when Gumball and Darwin hit it with their ball, causing it to fall off.