Mandy Season 2 - Episode 3 
In the episode Hurricane Monica, it is revealed that Mandy is pregnant. However, in the episode A Great Cause, Mandy tells Ian and Lip that she was impregnated by her father, who sometimes rapes Mandy when drunk. They decide to have a fundraiser to raise money for an abortion.
Mandy Season 2 - Episode 3
Mandy is seen living in the Gallagher house, where she almost never wears pants. In The American Dream, she starts to wonder about Lip's IQ. She went to Lip's guidance counselor and asked what he wanted for Lip. She takes an interest in Lip's grades and tries to convince him to apply to college. She also asks Ian what he thought about Lip. At the end of episode 3, she was receiving oral sex from Lip, but when she tried to give Lip fellatio he refused. Earlier in the episode, Lip was conducting a sting against a blonde sex offender, who used Nair on his pubic hair. Mandy notices that Lip is not aroused and that his hair is gone and she realizes he had been with someone else. Lip explains he was gathering evidence against the sex offender as Mandy storms out. Later we see that Mandy had gone to the sex offender's house and threatened she leave. Her brothers are digging a grave in her front lawn, which scares the sex offender who goes back inside to pack her things. The episode ends with her brothers selling the grave site (not wanting to waste it) to be used to a few men with a dead body wrapped in a carpet.
The teaser for episode 4 reveals that Mandy has a half-sister, whom she will visit. At the beginning of the episode, Kevin and Veronica, and at the same time Lip and Mandy are having sex, a call comes in for Mandy and Mandy stops Lip for a moment, but after finding out about her sibling. Lip asks if he should continue and they do. She and Lip decide to go pick her up from a foster home in another state. Mandy does not seem very fond of her half-sister, which is what Mandy refers to her as. She does call her a sister when introducing her to everyone minus Carl who is on a camping trip at the time, and everyone gets surprised in finding out she had another sibling. She lives at the Gallagher home at the moment, since Mandy tried to bring her to her aunt but her aunt refuses and tells her to take Molly back. It is revealed that she has a penis when Debbie gave her some clothes to change in and unintentionally made the discovery.
There is a part of her that continues to search for a way out even though, like her brother Mickey, she too believes that she is fucked for life. For a brief period she allows herself to believe that Lip is that way and finds herself going to great lengths to make that happen; including instilling herself in every aspect of his life and trying to be the perfect girlfriend so that Lip does not ever want her to leave. Kevin quotes that she is Ghetto Married. Mandy tries to spend time with Lip while trying to find a new home for Molly. Fiona has started asking Mandy during their brief encounters to help out around the house. She tries to help Lip on Kevin's Ice Cream truck Kevin is delighted and takes up her offer considering he has to head to The Alibi, but Lip refuses her help. Out of frustration, Lip then tells her to go home, creating a small conflict between the two. Mandy goes to her Aunt's home. Ian confronts Lip about the way he is treating Mandy and expresses that he needs to get over Karen and stop treating Mandy like Karen treated him. He calls Karen and leaves an angry message stating various awful things Karen had done in past episodes. Lip finally comes to terms with the fact that he treated Mandy poorly and apologizes to her. She forgives him and Lip blows off some fireworks that he and Kevin intend to sell. He and Mandy sit up a blanket and enjoys the fireworks. Mandy and Lip's relationship is now much better. As it turned out her half-sister is a runaway, just like Mandy herself. Very soon, she discovers that she is actually a boy, making them her brother who was abused by her parents just like her.
The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy is an American animated television series created by Maxwell Atoms for Cartoon Network. The series originally premiered as segments of Grim & Evil on August 24, 2001. The segments were spun-out into their own series on June 13, 2003 (although the 2003-2004 episodes were also produced originally for Grim & Evil), and continued to air until November 9, 2007. A spin-off film, titled Underfist: Halloween Bash, aired on October 12, 2008.
A total of 78 half-hour episodes were produced, including one hour-long Holiday special and four feature-length TV films, bringing the total number of episodes to 86, in the form of 160 segments. The episode "Billy and Mandy Moon the Moon" was part of Cartoon Network's "Invaded" event, which included other shows such Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, Ed, Edd n Eddy, My Gym Partner's a Monkey, and Camp Lazlo, with Billy & Mandy being the last to air.
After Grim's robe comes out of the washing machine, Billy and Mandy find Thromnambular, a talking skull with ruby eyes and a number nine imprinted on his forehead. Grim tells them that the skull is a magical artifact imprisoned on Earth that must grant his nine wishes to be free. When Mandy asks Grim why he has not used any of the wishes, Grim tells her that the skull will corrupt the wishes and end up affecting the wisher. Despite this, Billy runs away with the skull and makes the first wish: (1) he wishes to be in an adventure (which parodies Indiana Jones and Jonny Quest), this backfires because Irwin is eaten, which Billy complains about getting him in trouble. After this, Thromnambular is found by different people who each make a wish: (2) Billy's dad wishes he could relive his high school years, but this backfires because he is not popular; (3) General Skarr wishes to rule on high, but this backfires because he asphyxiates in space; (4) Irwin (despite being eaten already in an earlier episode) wishes he was in a hip-hop music video, but backfires because he gets punched by Mandy; (5) Pud'n wishes he had a bunny, but backfires because he is almost killed by it, because "Sometimes Love Hurts"; (6) Nergal Junior wastes his wish by wishing for a wish that wouldn't backfire; (7) Sperg wishes for a way to get into the girls restroom to bully a girl into giving him a large sack of money, this backfires because he is turned into girl and insulted by the other girls for being ugly; (8) Mindy wishes to be a "big star", but this backfires when she is sent into space strapped to a rocket; (9) finally, Mandy tries to auction the last wish, but Grim gets ahead and wishes the kids never found the skull in the first place. This goes back to the beginning of the episode where Billy is staring at the washing machine, followed by Mandy pushing him into it.
As Billy, Mandy, Grim, and Irwin hang from a rope about to be eaten by a giant sea serpent, Irwin wonders how they came into that trouble. Billy and Grim each tell separate stories on how they originally became best friends forever and ever. Billy's fantastic story is about him and Mandy being space patrol officers who collect the Grim Reaper's bones, cloak, and skull to summon him; Grim tells a story on how the evil Mandy and her pet servant, Billy, managed to capture him inside a containment unit (parodying the Ghostbusters' ghost traps). Mandy quickly tells the real story, and footage from the first episode is seen, before the four are swallowed whole by the serpent.
These shorts were parts of a mini-series called Billy's Birthday Shorties, which mostly starred Billy. The shorts revolved around Billy's birthday and aired on "The Grim and Courage Hour", an hour-long block of episodes from The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy and Courage the Cowardly Dog. It aired for four days in October 2006 on Cartoon Network.
Considering what happened to Agent Gideon, it's highly unlikely that he will be one of the returning original characters in Criminal Minds: Evolution, the show's 16th season. That said, even after Criminal Minds season 10 revealed his character's grim fate, many continue to ask why Mandy Patinkin left Criminal Minds at the height of the show and his character's popularity. Here's everything audiences need to know about Patinkin/Agent Gideon's untimely Criminal Minds season 3 exit.
As it's been confirmed that Matthew Gray Gubler's Spencer Reid won't be returning for Criminal Minds season 16, much to audiences' chagrin, it's unlikely that Jason Gideon will make a cameo in flashback form either. However, it's best to take a "never say never" attitude, as actor Mandy Patinkin has neither confirmed nor denied that he'll show up for the Criminal Minds reboot. But given his aversion to the show's content, it's improbable.
Mandy was never seen on season 3 but was released from prison, it was unknown that she split up with Dris or just doesn't live with him in his flat with Erin. However she still had her mother and daughter time with Erin. Dris later reveals to Dushane that Mandy was sent back to prison for breaching her parole.
This is a list of episodes of the American animated television series The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy (shortened to just Billy & Mandy), which was created by Maxwell Atoms, and which originally aired on Cartoon Network from June 13, 2003 to October 12, 2008.
There were 78 regular half-hour 11-minute episodes, each of which consisted of two, or even three, shorter seven-minute segments. Only a small number of episodes consisted of a single segment. Some sites display the show as having seven episodes as opposed to six.
The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy became a standalone show, separate from Evil Con Carne, although the ninth episode, a sketch of Malo Con Carne is tied with other two episodes of Billy and Mandy. However, the 2003 episodes were also made for Grim & Evil, but only aired when the two shows were separate from each other in the United States. These episodes were not seen in the original format until 2018, when the full series was released on demand. 041b061a72