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The Gross Sisters (Nubia, Olei, and Gina) are a trio of baddest sisters who attend Willie T. Ribbs Middle School.

Appearance

The Gross Sisters all have blue skin, due to being ashy and not being able to afford lotion, and wear black overalls, white t-shirts, and dark blue and white sneakers. Nubia is lanky and has cornrows, the legs on her overalls are pulled up, and in the original series was the tallest. Olei is shorter and has a bulky build with braces and hair has a messy bun, in the 2022 revival, she’s now the tallest and her short hair is done in dreadlocks (with shaved sides). Gina is the shortest and has a Afro hairstyle (with a dark blue headband).

History

They are three girls constantly mugging people for money and show violent bullying tendencies. Their parents make them work on the weekends. They had a Jamaican mother; she wears a orange floral outfit and her hair in dreadlocks with a hairclip. The rest of their family is entirely blue including their clothes, except the sisters who wear black overalls. The reason why is because their family can never afford lotion and they work in the hot sun all day.

Nubia is the middle child and the leader of the pack, considering she is the only one who talks. Gina is the oldest, despite being the smallest. She collects money from her sisters' muggings; as a habit, she always has her hand out. Olei is the youngest and the biggest of the three. Like Gina, Olei is quiet for all times. Once, Olei, the "muscle of the group", was separated from her sisters when she got a makeover[1].

Although they rarely get in trouble for their deeds, they are actually caught once. They often offer Penny their help, but then take her and her friends' money just like everyone else. After witnessing Penny fighting the Carver clone on national television, they develop respect for her with Nubia calling Penny "hardcore." On one episode, "Boot Camp", Penny winds up becoming one of the Gross Sisters and bullies all of her friends and disrespects her parents until she gets sent to boot camp.

In the new series, the sisters moved to a higher-end neighborhood and made themselves into a rap trio, stating they are done bullying. But that doesn’t stop the trio from taking sports bets shown in "It All Started with an Orange Basketball".

Their catchphrase is, "Hands up. Cash out." which finally becomes the title for their first rap record,

Episode Appearances

  • "Suga Mama's Believers"
  • "It Takes a Thief"
  • "Bring It On"
  • "Strike"
  • "Spelling Bee"
  • "She's Got Game"
  • "The Party"
  • "I Love You Penny Proud"
  • "Puff's Magic Adventure"
  • "Enter the Bullies"
  • "The Altos"
  • "Romeo Must Wed"
  • "A Hero for Halloween"
  • "Poetic Justice"
  • ”Pulp Boot Camp”
  • "Tween Town"
  • "Adventures in BeBe-Sitting"
  • "Surf and Turf"
  • "Election"
  • "Twins to Tweens"
  • "Culture Shoc"
  • "Who You Callin' a Sissy?"
  • "Psycho Duck"

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