Lee appears in "The Inconveniencing," and goes to the abandoned Dusk 2 Dawn convenience store along with Wendy's other friends. When they jump the fence, Lee grabs Dipper and throws him off after he and the other teens grow tired of waiting for Dipper to climb down. When Dipper manages to open the door to the convenience store, Lee praises him along with the rest of Wendy's friends. In the store, he is seen dumping ice into Thompson's pants with his best friend Nate.
Later, he annoys the ghosts by sarcastically saying "I'm sure he just wants to talk about his feelings," and ends up on a cereal box labeled "Lee's" with a toucan saying, "I'm bonkers for eating you alive!" He is the third person to be captured by the ghosts in the episode. At the end, he, like all the rest of Wendy's friends, comes back okay. The last thing he does is high-five Nate when he hears the fake story of what Dipper did to the ghosts.
Lee also appears at the Greasy's Diner in "Dipper vs. Manliness." He and Nate are seen trying to get out of the party in "Double Dipper," but they only have $13, while the exit fee is $15, which meant they were trapped. Later however, they did get out. Lee appears at the Mystery Fair in the background a couple of times in "The Time Traveler's Pig." In "Boss Mabel," he hangs out with Wendy and his other friends at the Mystery Shack.
Lee is basically a stereotypical teenager. He enjoys hanging out and goofing off with friends, particularly Nate, doing things like playing games, partaking in dares, and partying. He is sarcastic and likes to tease people, and he dislikes it when others try to stop him from what he views as having fun, often disregarding their warnings. He can be disrespectful of others and their property, and he is frightened in any event of being trapped.
He is tall, and unlike many characters he has a long ovular head, he also has long blonde hair, and a red shirt with a thumbs up on it. He has pale skin, and a somewhat large chin, due to the fact that there is a great area between his mouth and the bottom of his face. He has a long nose.
- 105. "The Inconveniencing"
- 106. "Dipper vs. Manliness" (no lines)
- 107. "Double Dipper"
- 109. "The Time Traveler's Pig" (no lines)
- 113. "Boss Mabel"
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