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Gir gets rejected by Gaz, again. Could they have a relationship? "Gir! Where are Test Subjects #31 and #32?" Gir stuck out his tongue. The relationship between Gaz and GIR is somewhat similar to Gaz's Relationship with Zim in that she hardly has any interaction with the insane S.I.R Unit out of. Gaz has a neutral relationship with GIR and seems to tolerate him better than Dib . to take the test to become one of the Irken Elite Soldiers (and an Invader).
The only exception to all of these people might be her famous father Professor Membrane. He seems to have a warm relationship with Gaz, even though it is not shown all that often. Professor Membrane is very rarely ever home due to the world always needing his help. However, he does make it a point to once a year have a family night with his kids and spends Christmas with them. Whenever he is home, Gaz seems to strongly prefer to spend time with him over listening to her brother's annoying, enthusiastically long, crazed rants.
Because she has a closer relationship with her father, the professor tends to call Gaz "honey" or on occasion by her name which he never does to Dib.
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She often spends time with him by going down to his lab to talk with him whenever he's home. She has made it known to her father that Dib greatly irritates her and that just the sound of his voice alone sends her into a very deep rage. Gaz's relationship with Zim can be described as distant, cold and unfriendly as the two very rarely interact with one another and whenever they do interact they mostly say one-liners, with the exception of the episodes "Bloaty's Pizza Hog" and "Future Dib".
Zim considers Gaz as a very minor threat he often overlooks or is ignorant of her ability to easily defeat him. This could be due to the fact that he interacts chiefly with Dib and has a better knowledge of Dib's reactions than Gaz's. However, it should also be made known that Zim thinks that Gaz is scary, and that even he as obsessive and power-crazed as he is, he does not wish to provoke her wrath.
Whenever Gaz is questioned about her opinion of Zim, she acknowledges that he is an alien, but also says that he is too dumb and incompetent to take over the Earth. In the episode "Lice" it shown that Gaz can endure pain in that case, the lice eating her scalp and even calls the students who complain about the pain "whiners".
Another example of Gaz's toughness is shown in "Dark Harvest" when Zim steals and replaces one of her organs with her Game Slave, but she continues to play her game, even though it is inside of her. Furthermore, in the episode "Mysterious Mysteries", when talking about Zim, she calls him "stupid Zim", when talking to the show's host. In an episode called "The Voting Of the Doomed", Gaz was seen with GIR again, but again there was no verbal contact and she just ate peanuts out of his head.
Gaz is the only character in the series that has ever gotten an onscreen kiss on the lips, albeit an unwanted one from GIR. Unlike most characters in the rest of the series, Gaz has special powers, but they are rarely ever demonstrated and the only other people who know about them are Dib and Iggins although Iggins is only seen in one episode with Gaz which is "Game Slave 2". According to what's seen in the series, Gaz can levitate herself very high while in a fit of having a really deep rage and a very strong sense of hate as seen in "Gaz, Taster Of Pork", control the weather as seen in "Game Slave 2" and control electricity as seen in "Dibship Rising".
Please note that these powers are only seen in the three episodes as mentioned above and that when she levitates, the background becomes purple and her eyes which are rarely ever wide-open turn from a pretty and light shade of hazel into a deep and sinister shade of red. She also has a very strange and creepy way of stalking people who have significantly pestered, or upset her—like Dib or the video game crazed boy named Iggins. This strange ability has appeared in only two episodes which were "Battle Dib" and "Game Slave 2".
In "Dib's Wonderful Life of Doom," when Dib throws a muffin at Zim's head and Zim reacts in an outraged and wild type of manner, Gaz does admit that it was kind of funny to see Zim's reaction after he left the cafeteria in a very angry manner. In the episode "Gaz, Taster of Pork", at the end of the episode when she is out eating with her father, he asks her where Dib is and Gaz says that he is in a pig-filled netherworld.
Her father laughs at this and calls her his funny child. In "Battle Dib", at the end of the episode as Dib was being shown out the door Gaz smiled and waved at him. In "Game Slave 2" after getting the latest version of the game device from Iggins, Gaz smiled as the sun came out—after she made everything in her world right again.
Co-leaders of the Irken race. The Irken Empire has a hierarchal class structure, where shorter individuals are both figuratively and literally looked down upon. The tallest Irken born in a specific generation takes command of the Empire as "the Tallest", but since Red and Purple, the two current Tallest, are exactly the same height, they share equal and high-supreme power. While the Tallest function mainly as figureheads, doing little to organize the society preferring to lounge around and eat snacksthey do hold absolute power over the populace.
They appear to mostly use their unlimited powers of state to amuse themselves- sending loyal Irken soldiers to painful deaths "Battle of the Planets"forcing others weaker than themselves to obey their random whims "Hobo 13" and starving their own command crew "Backseat Drivers". Red is often considered to actually have a slight focus on ruling the Irken race, as is usually seen as being more intelligent than Purple.
This is seen in the episode Backseat Drivers, where, while Purple floats around screaming and eating doughnuts, Red finds out that Zim is controlling the ship via the power core, and switches it with the Resisty's core, thus saving the Massive from hitting Earth.
They are not related, as it sometimes seems, which is proved in the unaired episode "The Trial". Their main hobby is making fun of Zim.
They often demonstrate an unsettling obsession with snack food and puppets.
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They both hate Zim as does the rest of the Irken Race and according to the unaired episode "The Trial" they seem to have known Zim since all of them were of a rather young age. Professor Membrane Rodger Bumpass: A scientist who hosts the popular television show Probing the Membrane of Science and the father of Dib and Gaz.
Membrane's scientific abilities are offset by incredibly poor parenting: He has sometimes urged Dib to give up on the paranormal and focus on "real science". His scientific achievements ranged from useful to bizarre, ranging from restoring power during a blackout to useful inventions like "SuperToast".
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Professor Membrane's first name is unknown. His wife isn't seen or mentioned. Bitters voiced by Lucille Bliss and later Candi Milo in some video game adaptations: The teacher of Zim and Dib's class. She is a tall, slender, and elderly woman who is very grumpy and a devoid of any compassionate emotion and possesses a cynical dislike for life.
She is often shown applying the school's unreasonable rules, or applying unreasonable punishments of her own invention for comedic purposes, often on Dib. She often slinks around to the sound of a rattlesnake and is often shown literally emerging from people's shadows. This and other factors often serve to hint Bitters as not being a human throughout the series, although this may be intended for comedic purposes rather than an actual characteristic of hers.
Bitters, or at least a character highly resembling her, is also a teacher in creator Jhonen Vasquez's comic series Squee. Recurring characters[ edit ] Tak voiced by Olivia d'Abo: Their father does little to break up their fighting, especially since he is usually gone.
Gaz isn't exactly on Zim or Dib's side when it comes to Zim's plot for world conquest, as she thinks they are both foolish. In " Gaz, Taster of Pork ", she tells the Shadowhog that Zim is too "dumb" to take over the world, and that she shouldn't have to listen to Dib's constant ranting about him. Although they fight often, they do live in the same house, and try to act civil on some occasions. They also seem to be pretty much that each other has; seeing that Dib does not have any friends, and Gaz is usually seen alone it's unknown if she has friends.
They seem to always sit together at the same table at lunchtime. Despite her annoyance with Dib's obsessive nature and her generally mean behavior toward him, her actions in " Mopiness of Doom " show that she is unhappy when he stops pestering her about the paranormal, going so far as entering his room with a drawing she made about that night's Mysterious Mysteries episode to entice him into coming downstairs, stating that Dib should be "annoying" her right now.
While she might simply be irritated by the sudden change altering her routine, she also sees that Dib isn't truly happy when he isn't pursuing his real interests, and perhaps even feels lonely or ignored without her brother rambling on at her. Although Gaz is mean to her brother and enjoys torturing him and causing him pain, she would also defend him if someone else caused him to go beyond an acceptable level of Dib suffering.
In the first issueGaz is shown annoyed and disgusted by how out of shape Dib's become, and by his singing of his own workout montage music while trying to get back in shape; Gaz provides the music instead, just to help get him back to being less disgusting. In Issue 3Gaz mocks Dib's obsession with Bigfeet by revealing she's already met him and taken pictures with him that are now posted online.
When Dib decides to investigate Zim's newest plan, Gaz pretends to be excited about joining him, but then reveals she's just messing with him. In Issue 5Dib shuts off Gaz's online game to force her to spy on Zim with him. In retaliation, Gaz recruits their father's help to find an alternate universe where gamers rule and non-gamers are enslaved as NPCs. After taking over this world, Gaz kidnaps Dib and makes him an NPC, making him suffer horrible pain through countless games until he apologizes for interrupting her games for his own interests.
She then releases him and they go home, where they play a video game together with Membrane; but when Dib wins, Gaz calls him a cheater and throws him through a wall. Gaz only appears in two scenes in Issue 9. In the first, she uses Membrane's Flesh Printer to give Dib a convincing disguise to pass himself off as an alien intern, in order to infiltrate Zim's base ; when he asks if it'll hurt, she says that it doesn't have to, but makes it so that it does anyway.
In the final scene of the issue, she tells Dib to shut up his anguished screaming over no one liking his videoas it's distracting her from her game. Zim, although definitely seeing Tak as a nuisance, doesn't seem to take her seriously. Even after she plants explosives in his base and becomes a major threat to his "mission", he fails to see the damage she can really do. When he learns of her plan through MiMi's memory disc, he merely states that "her little joke has gone far enough". However, he finds that getting rid of her is harder than it seems, and he ends up needing GIRDib and Gaz to defeat her.
During their final battle outside Earth's atmosphere, Tak attempts to explain that his mission on Earth was a lie, told by the Tallest to get rid of him. In the end, as he makes a report to the Tallest, Zim brushes off Tak's explanation as a "lie". Contents [ show ] First Encounter Early on in " Tak: The Hideous New Girl ", Zim doesn't recognize Tak as another Irken, but thinks that she is a normal human girl who has fallen in love with him a conclusion he draws when he misinterprets her gift of Valentine's meat and a poem as tokens of affection, rather than her making an attempt to blend in and insult him, and cause him great pain to boot.
Interestingly, Zim chooses to take this opportunity to learn more about the nature of human affection, and attempts repeatedly to win her "affection" - with each attempt leading to suffering on his part. It is debatable whether or not Zim himself has developed a crush on Tak, or whether it's his big ego that leads him to fancy the idea she loves him.