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Gillington "Gil" Webber debuted in the cartoon series in the Volume 1 webisode "Party Planners", which premiered on May 14, 2010. He is voiced by Yuri Lowenthal and Evan Smith in the English version of the cartoon.
WebisodesFrankie and Draculaura, who are respectively having their Sweet 16 (days) and Sweet 1600. As part of the organization, Gil and the others have to reject invitations by both Frankie and Draculaura for a single-surprise party for the other. While not fun, the double-surprise party makes it all worth it.
Gil notices Lagoona Blue's silent crush on him, and when she goes into another daydream, he takes her Clawculus book lying open in front of her. It contains a drawing of the two of them, to which Gil adds an invitation to meet at the fountain. After class, he gives the book back to her.
Gil overhears that Lagoona thinks he's cute.
Gil gets back the results of his assignment in Mr. Rotter's class.Hackington's class. Hackington, however, suggests they switch partners because "everyone knows that sea monsters are bad parents." Angered, Gil and Lagoona vow to be the best caretakers of the class. A week later, their egg is the only one that hatches.
Gil reluctantly avoids Lagoona during the Spirit Rally because of the tensions between their respective monster types.
Gil is one of the people approached for a FrightTube view by the Fear Squad.
Lagoona has a dream of rescuing Gil from suffocating.
Gil participates in a game of water polo.
Lagoona invites Gil for another game of water polo, but he dejectedly refuses. Pushed for a reason, he admits there's a problem and that telling her would hurt her feelings.
Gil confesses to Lagoona that his parents object to him hanging out with a salt water monster and that he doesn't know if he should go against their wish. He leaves Lagoona with tears in her eyes.
Gil tries to talk to Lagoona, but she refuses to listen if he is not willing to stand up for his own beliefs.
Deuce talks with Gil about his lie to Lagoona that his parents are now okay with them dating.
Gil and Lagoona win a swimming contest, at the end of which Toralei takes a picture of them holding hands for the fearbook.
A spread of just the two of them in the fearbook prompts Gil to confess to Lagoona he lied about his parents being okay with them dating. Gil tries to placate her by coming up with ways he can keep the fearbook away from his parents, which she rejects as an acceptable solution.
Gil chooses to be loyal to Lagoona. He calls his parents to tell them of the amazing sea water girl he has met at Monster High, which they don't respond well too. For the time being, Gil is content that he can stop lying and has made Lagoona happy.
The boys in the corridor, waiting in line to be the first bake sale customers, try to fight the creature, but even Deuce's gorgon stare doesn't stop it. Almost all of them are subsequently eaten by the cookie dough monster, but when it's Heath's turn to become a snack, the monster's weakness is found: heat. Heath quickly bakes the monster to death, after which all his friends and Mr. Hackington emerge alive from the cookie spill. Frankie spots the nail polish bit that caused all the trouble, revealing that Cleo is to blame. When Headless Headmistress Bloodgood arrives and orders the mess to be cleaned up, everyone agrees that to be Cleo's job. Cleo takes solace in the fact that at least the cookie spill contains chocolate chips.
Gil finally receives his invite, and though he cannot refuse his girlfriend, he makes no secret of it either that he doesn't want to go and fears Lagoona's parents reaction to a freshie like him.
Lagoona and Gil discuss the matter on board later, with Gil being adamant that the seas and oceans are scary places where everything tries to harm you. Lagoona is exasperated he thinks so badly of her home, but has to swallow her words when the ship is attacked by a kraken and sinks, leaving the group stuck on a small raft.
Lagoona's suspicion grows again when Farnum refuses her entry to his boat to check the maps on the distance between Skull Shores and the Great Scarrier Reef. That evening, she and a reluctant Gil sneak aboard to figure out what Farnum's up to and find a recording of the beast and the explorer who befriended him, finding out that Farnum is using Frankie as bait to capture the beast, they then rush off to warn their friend.
However, the group is surprised to see Gil rise from the water. Gil demands that Farnum releases his friends, to which Farnum asks how he intends to enforce his demand. Gil reveals he's not alone - with him is a small army of dolphins as well as the kraken that destroyed the students' boat. This time, the kraken destroys Farnum's boat, then picks up the crook and flings him into the jungle. Kipling runs after his master, despite Lagoona's plea for him to stay. With the threat gone, Gil explains that he ran and swam off to the Great Scarrier Reef to ask Lagoona's parents for help. They talked to the kraken, who felt sorry for what he had done and not only agreed to save Lagoona and co., but also to fix the boat he had destroyed. The students resume their journey, taking Andy with them. Lagoona is overjoyed about the courage and reliability Gil showed her, but also happy he finally stopped being scared of her parents and her home.