HistoryEditThey first appear in "The Legend of the Gobblewonker," fishing with their father Manly Dan. The oldest one asks if he is fishing properly, and their father says that he is not, and should fish "like a real man." Manly Dan then reaches into the water and pulls out a fish with his bare hand and wrestles with the fish, and the boys cheer for him. Later, when Dipper, Mabel and Soos flee from Old Man McGucket's mechanical Gobblewonker, they plow through and break the Corduroy's boat, which splashes many fish out of the water. Manly Dan thinks the fish are seeking revenge, and tells his sons to swim away.
The boys appear once again in "Double Dipper," but only in a picture. It was when Wendy shows Dipper how much taller she was than her brothers as a child.
In "The Time Traveler's Pig," the older two brothers can be seen in the background at the strength tester.
They reappear in "Summerween,' trick-or-treating with their dad while dressed up as Vikings.
Not much is known about their personalities, but they seem to enjoy doing things with their dad, such as watching him wrestle fish.
The oldest wears a cap and has long hair covering his eyes. He is noticeably paler than his father and brothers, having a skin complextion similar to Wendy's. He is muscular and wears a blue-green shirt, dark blue pants, brown gloves, and brown boots. He has a small growing moustache.
The middle child is thin, has a skin tone like his father's, and a more pronounced chin. His hair, styled in a pompadour, is much shorter than his older brother's. He wears a long sleeved teal shirt, shorts and boots.
The youngest brother has the shortest hair and a skin tone like his father's. His shirt is green, and his pants look like his oldest brother's.
- 102. "The Legend of the Gobblewonker"
- 107. "Double Dipper" (no lines)
- 109. "The Time Traveler's Pig" (no lines)
- 110. "Fight Fighters" (no lines)
- 112. "Summerween" (no lines)
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