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Carl Gould
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Age 8[1]
Gender Male
Animal Rabbit
Hair color Brownish-orange
Favorite color Blue
Residence Elwood City
Family *Mrs. Gould (mother)
  • Unnamed Father
  • Cal (uncle)
Cartoon debut "When Carl Met George"
Voiced by Dwayne Hill (s13)
Dylan Hoerner (s14 - s20)
Victor Gilbert (s24 - present)

Carl Gould[2] is a rabbit boy with Asperger Syndrome. He is a friend of George.

Physical appearance

Carl is a rabbit. He has short, swervy orange hair and wears a light blue T-shirt, gray jeans, dark blue and white sneakers and glasses.

Personality and skills

Carl has Asperger Syndrome, a form of Autism which makes him have problems with social interaction when being around people, as well as an aversion to loud noises. He loves trains and can point out every detail of them with incredible accuracy and attention to detail, but he can have trouble changing the subject. As well as trains, he likes to assemble jigsaws and can draw rather good lions all by hand. He can get somewhat anxious around situations that are unfamiliar to him, but can often find a rational solution to a problem whenever it presents itself. He likes apple juice in a box rather than a bottle. His favorite color is blue, but he hates the color brown. Carl used to be afraid of Wally, George's ventriloquist dummy, but has since gotten over his fear.


  • He likes trains. He has a book filled with detailed drawings he drew himself.
    • However, his interests have changed to rockets and spaceships by the time of "Buster Spaces Out", though the interests of one with Asperger's changes on a regular basis (or at least what they focus on more intently than anything else). However in “George Scraps His Sculpture” he still likes trains.
  • Carl also plays baseball with the Grebelings, as evidenced by "Baseball Blues".
  • Based on the fact that his mother is an aardvark, his father could be a rabbit, however since he has never been seen, Carl might be adopted.
  • In “Carl's Concerto“ Carl knows how to play the accordion and he knows 18 songs.





Main article: Carl Gould/Gallery


  1. Carl states that his sixth birthday was two years ago in "Carl's Concerto."
  2. "Carl's Concerto"