Role in the series
In "Tourist Trapped", she appears as a waitress writing down an order, while Norman breaks the glass of the door to open it.
In "The Legend of the Gobblewonker", she appears asking the fish to get in her pan.
In "Irrational Treasure", Lazy Susan is seen riding in a wagon with Lake Gravity Falls Ranger McGucket during Pioneer Day.
In "Little Dipper", she is seen sitting by the bus stop with Li'l Gideon. She attempts to make a friendly conversation, but is quickly freaked out by Gideon's rant about revenge and doesn't get on the bus when it comes.
In "Summerween", she appears dressed as a big ball of yarn with her cats climbing all over it, giving huge amounts of candy to Trick-or-Treaters. She only gives one piece of candy each to Mabel, Soos, Candy Chiu, and Grenda because Dipper was not wearing a costume.
In "Gideon Rises", she was one of the citizens that believed Lil' Gideon to be psychic. In her case, Susan thought that he knew her secret about coffee pancakes, but in the end, it was proven by Grunkle Stan that Lil' Gideon only knew it by using a hidden camera.
In "Scary-oke", she attends the "Mystery Shack is Back" party, bringing a pie with her.
Lazy Susan is, as her name implies, is sluggish and avoids hard work. She has a rather odd sense of humor and enjoys fixing things, although she is untalented at doing so. She loves cats and owns three. She is extremely codependent in her love life, as exhibited by her incessant calls to Grunkle Stan in their short-lived relationship. Lazy Susan is also rather oblivious. She is also friendly and polite.
- She may take the "Lazy Susan" cause of her lazy left eye, whose lid droops completely down in a perpetual wink and being referenced lazy as of from a revolving table-top.
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