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This article lists the interactions between Donut and Gelatin. Because Donut got eliminated first in BFDIA, they weren't able to really interact with each other. In BFB, their relationship is very similar to that of Fries and Gelatin's. Donut and Gelatin are friends in most cases, but whenever Gelatin wants to use Bomby as a means of winning or acts immature, Donut calls him out for doing so.

Episodes suggesting a friendship

In "Getting Teardrop to Talk", when Donut says their team name has to be something solid, that stands out, and isn't dumb, Gelatin agrees by saying that they can't end up with something lame.

In "Why Would You Do This on a Swingset", Donut agrees with Gelatin's prospect that Team Ice Cube! goes "hard". Donut also refers to Gelatin as his brother.

In "Fortunate Ben", Donut pats Gelatin on the head for getting rid of Bracelety's trash.

In "The Liar Ball You Don't Want", when Donut explains the contest rules, Gelatin is leaning on him.

Neutral interactions

In "Getting Teardrop to Talk", Donut watches as Gelatin collects forks to make his large fork stack.

Episodes suggesting a conflict

In "Getting Teardrop to Talk" and "Fortunate Ben", Donut yells at Gelatin for wanting to blow up Bomby.

In "Today's Very Special Episode", Donut inadvertently says that Gelatin is disrespectful to Bell by climbing her string. Gelatin calls him a party pooper.

In "Four Goes Too Far", Gelatin calls the Twinkle of Contagion the "Tinkle of Contagion". This angers Donut and he asks Gelatin why he always has to act like he's 6, Gelatin says it's because he is.

In "This Episode Is About Basketball", Donut catches Gelatin trying to eat Fries's fries, yelling "Gelatin, what are you doing up there?!" Later in the episode, Donut gives Gelatin a stern look for almost suggesting that they blow up Bomby. When Gelatin finishes his sentence, saying Bomby should throw the balls, Donut doesn't believe that's what Gelatin was going to say.

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