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Gahri
Physical attributes
Species Crocodile
Gender Male
Height
Weight
Eye color Brown
Fur color
Skin color
Feather colors
Scale colors Green
Clothing Brown pants with a studded brown belt and studded wristbands
Other attributes
Age
Biographical information
Also known as Gah-ri, Gary
Status Living
Residence Valley of Peace
Occupation Bandit
Affiliation(s) The Croc Bandits
Family
Combat style Unspecified
Master(s)
Student(s)
Chronological information
Films
Shorts
TV shows Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness
Video games
Books
First appearance "The Princess and the Po"
Last appearance
Voiced by Fred Tatasciore[1]

Gahri (sometimes spelled and pronounced as Gary) is a minor character in the Nickelodeon television series Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness. He is one of the many crocodile bandit followers of Fung.

Biography

In Legends of Awesomeness

So far, Gahri has has had only one large role in the series (the episode "The Break Up"), but he is the source of a couple of running gags, such as continuously annoying and questioning Fung, and having his name mispronounced as "Gary". He is the only bandit besides Fung and Wall Eye that has had a speaking role. Over the course of the series his roles have become more pronounced and he has become a bigger character.

Personality

Gahri is often shown throughout the series as very clumsy, apologetic, and often says that he has to go to the bathroom. He is seen in "The Break Up" as neat and sensitive. He is also seen as loyal to both Fung and Mr. Ping. He is also shown to be smart.

Fighting style

Though he is not a kung fu warrior, Gahri has reasonable skill in wielding various weapons, especially the axe. Gah-ri also had learned some skills in Kung Fu.

Relationships

Fung

It is shown throughout the series that Fung seems to hate Gahri's bumbling antics and the fact that he has to go pee. Also, he usually mispronounces Gahri's name as "Gary". Once, when Gahri corrected the mispronunciation, Fung actually shoved his subordinate away in frustration. It is stated that Gahri is Fung's second in command. When Fung is not around, Gahri is the one who makes the choices and speaks for him and his fellow bandits. Gahri has left Fung's gang twice so far. He is the only one who stands up to Fung and argue's with him.

His fellow bandits

So far, Gahri's relationship with his fellow bandits is unclear, but it can be assumed that they get along quite well, and are able to work as a team. He is seen as the second in command, as when Fung is not around, they will follow Gahri.

Po

As the Dragon Warrior and Fung's enemy, Po is naturally Gahri's enemy as well, and they have fought each other more than once.  However in the episode "Terror Cotta", Gahri, fed up with Fung's failures, befriended Po and also in "The Break Up", Gahri left Fung's gang and worked for Mr. Ping. During this episode, Po attempted to get Gahri and Fung back together or at least get Gahri away from Mr. Ping because Po became jealous of Gahri's relationship with his father (Mr. Ping) and how well they were getting along together.

Clothing

Gahri usually wears orange shorts and goes shirtless.

Trivia

  • Gahri's name comes from a type of Indian crocodile called a gharial. These crocodiles typically have longer, thinner snouts than their other crocodilian relatives.

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Quotes

Gahri: “Do I have time to pee?
Fung: “No! [Throws down helmet in frustration, then pauses] Well, if you hurry, just-- [Sighs in frustration] 
—Before ambushing Po's traveling party, The Princess and the Po


 [After Tigress knocks away his weapon from his hands] I gotta pee again. [Runs away] 

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