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If you were looking for the article about the other incidental named “Monica” in “Gary in Love, then see Incidental 107.
Who is this "Lisa" person?!
 
— Incidental 115, "Have You Seen This Snail?"
Character

Incidental 115 is a background character who first appears in the episode "F.U.N.." Her incidental type is currently unknown.

Description

She is a light olive green anchovy with blonde hair. She wears a light teal dress with a pinkish-white pearl necklace, pink lipstick, black high heeled shoes, and has a dark teal ribbon in her hair. In her older appearances, her pearl necklace was colored dark teal. In her even older appearances, she wore long dark green pants under her dress, rounder black shoes, and her eyelids were colored olive green.

Names

Role in series

Incidental 115 in the kitchen.

Incidental 115 is a fairly commonly used incidental character. She has made many notable and minor appearances. She commonly appears alongside Incidental 114 and makes her biggest appearance yet in “Gary in Love.”

Major roles

"Something Smells"

She and Incidental 114 willingly let themselves get hooked as a result of smelling SpongeBob's bad breath.

Squilliam Returns

She appears as part of Squilliam Fancyson's group of friends.

Party Pooper Pants

She appears as the wife of Fred where she tells him that he went to kindergarten with him when Fred questions her who SpongeBob SquarePants is.

The Sponge Who Could Fly

She and Incidental 103 mock SpongeBob for him believe if that he could gain the ability to fly. She and Incidental 103 later find him flying and realize he wasn’t a lunatic after all.

"Have You Seen This Snail?"

She slaps Incidental 114 during the musical montage of "Gary Come Home" because she suspects him of cheating on her, due to an affectionate sentence for a woman named "Lisa" being written in the sky above him.

"SquidBob TentaclePants"

She is a teacher at an Elementary School where she gives Incidental 103 his birthday present.

Born to Be Wild

She, Incidental 114, and their kids hide in an anchovy container to hide from the “Wild Ones.”

20,000 Patties Under the Sea

She appears as the mother of Incidental 152 where she scolds Plankton for speaking rudely to her son. Plankton then insults her and the Trucker appears as her husband and scolds Plankton for insulting his wife.

Pet or Pests

She is the first one to purchase a Spotted Glistening Meadow Worm from Mr. Krabs.

Penny Foolish

She and Incidental 114 stare at SpongeBob while he picks up a crumbled 500 dollar bill from the ground.

Keep Bikini Bottom Beautiful

She and Incidental 103 worship Squilliam Fancyson's statue.

“A Day Without Tears”

She appears as Jill in Squidward’s Jack and Jill storybook.

"Gary in Love"

Her biggest role yet. She is shown to have a pet snail named Mary, who Gary falls in love with. When Gary makes it to her boatmobile to be with Mary, she almost tosses him out of her boat until SpongeBob finds her holding Gary and accuses her of being a “snailnapper.” She tells SpongeBob she didn’t kidnap Gary and learns that Gary and Mary are in love until her boyfriend Brad Ted arrives with his snail to which Mary falls in love with. The two of them then walk off with their snails.

Patrick-Man!

She appears in the background of Nicholas Withers' commercial.

Plankton's Pet

She scolds Mr. Krabs for harming Plankton in a baby suit.

"Lame and Fortune"

She falls in love with Incidental 114 after her fortune cookie tells her that she will fall in love if she eats her hat.

Feral Friends

She is seen playing ball with her family until Neptune's moon comes and turns them into realistic fish. They then attack each other.

Senior Discount

She appears at the Krusty Krab with Incidental 114 and Incidental 160 where Old Man Jenkins chases them off with a spoon.

A Cabin in the Kelp

She appears on the cover of the pamphlet Mrs. Puff was looking at in the beginning of the episode.

"Under the Small Top"

She appears in the background of Squidward's workout video.

References

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