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Grammi Gummi is one of the main characters of Disney's Adventures of the Gummi Bears. She is the keeper of the Gummiberry Juice recipe to which she knows by heart. She is voiced by the late June Foray.

Background

Grammi is the matriarch of the Gummi Glen Gummis. Grammi serves as a mother for the group, cleaning and cooking (though her cooking can sometimes vary in quality). For a large part of the series, she is also the only Gummi Bear to know the secret recipe for Gummiberry Juice, which the bears need to bounce. She also seems to have a rivalry with Gruffi, though the two can work together when it counts.

Role in series

Grammi was part of a small caretaker colony left to protect Gummi Glen after the majority of the Gummi Bears were forced to flee. She and the other Gummi Bears later take a role as secret protectors of the nearby kingdom of Dunwyn after meeting a young squire named Cavin.

Grammi usually supplies the gummiberry juice that the Gummi Bears use to bounce, being the only bear to know the proper recipe. Because of this, she is sometimes targeted by Duke Igthorn, who desires the juice for its ability to induce super-strength in humans and ogres. She later makes an attempt to pass down the recipe to Sunni, who ignores her lessons until the other bears are captured.

In "Gummies Just Want to Have Fun", it is revealed that Grammi had a childhood leprechaun friend named Nogum. Nogum appears and helps Grammi learn how to have fun again, much to the dismay of the other Gummies. He later invites Grammi to go with him, but Grammi refuses, having realized that she was neglecting her responsibilities.

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