McGill, along with Gretchfish and Spout, live inside a cavern under Lake Ickygloomy where Camp Bottomlake resides. He used to have councillors at the camp, but he, Gretchfish, and Spout fed them to Squidsquat in order for him to leave the camp alone. He then helped set up a gate to separate the cavern from the rest of the lake.
McGill is a green scaly fish person who looks remarkably like McGee. The fin on his head is shaped like McGee's hair, and the clothes he wears are near identical to McGee's, except McGill has an orange fish skeleton on his damaged shirt instead of a blue skull.
Role in seriesEdit
"Voyage to the Bottom of the Deep"Edit
When McGee, Gretchen, and Squirt accidentally stumble upon Camp Bottomlake, McGill and the other Bottom Lurkers welcome them to the camp. McGee and McGill then proceed to have fun by bungee jumping off a cliff, and then scaring Squirt and Spout when they were looking at Spout's fish.
The campers soon hold a bonfire, where McGee reveals that he accidentally destroyed the gate to Camp Bottomlake, shocking McGill and the other Bottom Lurkers. McGill then watches in panic as McGee dives into the nearby water, attracting Squidsquat. The Bottom Dwellers drive the squid away, and McGill suggests feeding Squidsquat to drive him away, and the Bottom Dwellers agree.
When the Bottom Dwellers escape Squidsquat after realising that they were the meal, the squid tries to eat McGill and the Bottom Lurkers. McGee frees them, and the Bottom Lurkers escape in the submarine the Bottom Dwellers had. McGee sees and tries to stop, but he is captured by Squidsquat.
Inside the submarine, McGill tries to drive it, but refuses to look at the manual and starts pushing random buttons. He presses a button which causes the submarine to launch a torpedo, hitting a stalactite and trapping Squidsquat. McGill, Gretchfish, and Spout return and apologise for abandoning the Bottom Dwellers, who accept the apology.
- His name is a portmanteau of "McGee," the person he is based on and "gill," an organ that helps many aquatic animals breathe oxygen.
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