| Character Information
The Moon of Elmore has arms, legs, and visible buttocks when male, as shown in "The End" when he was "mooning" the Sun. He seems to be an annoyance to the Sun, as also shown in "The End." His first appearance was in "The Debt," when he was playing "I Spy" with Saturn. In the game Splash Master, he is a real moon instead of his cartoon appearance. He also makes an appearance in "The World," where he is again "mooning" Earth and the Sun.
Originally, the moon was male. Later, a female variation was added, and in "The Love," was trying to ask the Sun out.
- "The Debt": He is seen playing "I Spy" with Saturn.
- "The End": He appears during the eclipse, "mooning" the Sun.
- "The Car": He is mentioned by Gumball when reading a Dodj or Daar card.
- "The Job": He appears when Richard turns the Sun into the Moon.
- "The Sidekick": He briefly appears when Gumball resets his imaginary video game.
- "The World": He appears once again, "mooning" Earth and the Sun.
- "The Love": Her first major role. The female variation is seen talking to the Sun.
- "The Night": His second major role. He examines the dreams and nightmares of Elmore's residents.
- "The Compilation": He appears during "Weird Like You And Me."
- "The Disaster": He appears when Rob uses the remote to change daytime to nighttime. He has no face in this appearance.
- "The Boredom": The female variation is seen talking to the Sun.
- "The Code": He appears briefly while Darwin is recreating the Elmoreflix experience.
- "The Box": The female variation is orbiting around an infected Earth in Anais’ imagination.
- "The Deal": The male gets a firework stuck in his eye and screams. He looks different in this episode.
- "The Ghouls": The female variation howls during "All Hail All Hallow's Eve!"
- "The Inquisition": They appear when Gumball and Darwin high-five in space. It is unclear which gender the character is in this episode.
[as he's "mooning" the Sun] "Duuuuuude, you just got moooooooooned!"
|—the Moon in "The End"|
- The Moon, Saturn, and the Sun are the oldest characters in the series.
- When the Moon plays "I Spy" with Saturn, he has a different voice and design. This implies that this is a different Moon.
- The Moon appears as a female in the "The Love" onwards.
- Like the Sun, he either appears with a face or without a face.
- The Moon is the only character to appear in "The Inquisition" to be neither a faculty member or a student of Elmore Junior High at some point.