Sev'ral Timez is a popular boy band made up entirely of "perfect boy" clones. Its members are Creggy G., Greggy C., Leggy P., Chubby Z. and Deep Chris.
An unknown amount of time ago, Ergman Bratsman obtained the technology to sequence the DNA for a "perfect boy" and grew multiple clones within tubes, giving rise to the band's five current members. As the boys gained publicity, their fame eventually grew to make them celebrities, even to the point of starring in their own movie. However, Ergman treated them as animals, keeping them in a cage between concerts and never letting them see the light of day, and continually threatened to replace them with new clones from nearby tubes if they were to misbehave and/or slack off, all to ensure his fortune.
When the boys come to Gravity Falls, Mabel, Candy, and Grenda are among the hundreds of fans who are excited for their concert. Unfortunately, the trio are unable to get in when the tickets are sold out, so Mabel suggests that the girls sneak in backstage to meet the members. Upon entering their dressing room, the girls are shocked to learn Sev'ral Timez's secret, and decide to help them after learning of their desire to be free. Shortly after, the band members are sneaked into the Mystery Shack via a duffle bag.
There, the girls quickly bond with the band and proceed to engage in various activities together, whilst teaching the band how to function as normal humans and hiding them from their evil producer. Upon learning about Ergman's arrest, Candy and Grenda are eager to let the boys go and rush to deliver the good news, only to be stopped by Mabel, who has grown overly attached to the band in her boy craziness.She lies to the band members, saying that Ergman is still searching for them, and they'll probably have to stay with her forever, then has them toss out Candy and Grenda, and tells the band that the two are liars. However, when the band sings a song about how she was right about turning her back on her friends, Mabel eventually comes to regret her dishonesty after hearing a song the boys perform for her, and lets the boys go into the forest, where they begin their new lives in the wild.
Creggy G. and Greggy C. briefly appear in the episode "The Love God," hiding behind a trashcan. All the band members also appear as Visions of Heartbreak Past conjured by the Love God to get Mabel to hand over the Love potion.
In "Weirdmageddon 3: Take Back The Falls," they are seen in Stan's refugee group. They help build the Shacktron, and run on a treadmill (spurred on by a dangling piece of meat) to provide it with extra power.
Being clones, all five boys have the same DNA and share similar physical features: blond hair, blue eyes, black eyebrows, muscular physiques, square chins, and light skin. Additionally, they all wear some sort of white top, lavender pants, and white shoes with gray soles. Differentiated features include the following:
- Creggy G. wears an open vest, gold necklace with the initials "ST," fingerless, pink gloves, and has a pink and white yin-yang tattoo. His hair is parted down the middle and sticks out on the sides.
- Greggy C.'s hair is slicked back and spiked, and he wears a long-sleeved shirt.
- Leggy P. wears a tank top and a pink belt with a gold buckle, and has slicked back hair.
- Chubby Z. has curly hair (possibly a perm), a black mustache and goatee, and wears a golden bead necklace, an open white jacket with pink lapels, and a white undershirt.
- Deep Chris wears a white fedora with a pink band, a ski jacket with a pink zipper, and gold rings on his right index and left middle fingers.
The boys are quite friendly towards others, except Ergman Bratsman, whom they fear and view as "evil, mean, and reckless." Due to being raised as caged animals, their behavior can be rather animalistic, and they lack the knowledge of how to perform many basic tasks (e.g. eating and drinking) and what many common objects (e.g. trees, the sun, and tape) are for the same reason. In this respect, they retain very curious natures. They are gullible, easily manipulated, chivalrous, enjoy each others' company, and occasionally burst into song. At the end of many sentences, they say "Girl."
"Yo I think this is food dawg!"
"Dude, you gonna share that?"
- 8. "Mabel's Guide to Stickers" (mentioned)
- 207. "Society of the Blind Eye" (pictured)
- 209. "The Love God" ( )
- 211. "Not What He Seems" (pictured)
- 217. "Dipper and Mabel vs. the Future" ( )
- 219. "Weirdmageddon 2: Escape From Reality"
- 220. "Weirdmageddon 3: Take Back The Falls"
- Attic Stuff Golf (pictured)
- PinesQuest (pictured)
- Gravity Falls: Legend of the Gnome Gemulets (mentioned)
- The band and their manager are a blatant parody of boy band culture, and 90s boy bands in particular.
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