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"His mother hung herself in the backyard."
-Donovan Galpin to Wednesday Addams[src]

Mrs. Gates was a normie. She was the wife of Ansel Gates and the mother of Garrett Gates and Laurel Gates.

She is mentioned in the Netflix show Wednesday.

Biography[]

In "Chapter V: You Reap What You Woe," it is revealed by Donovan Galpin that she committed suicide by hanging herself in her backyard after Garrett's death.

When Wednesday went to investigate the Gates mansion in "Chapter VI: Quid Pro Woe," she saw a painting of the Gates family.

In "Chapter VIII: A Murder of Woes," Mrs. Gates is indirectly mentioned by Marilyn Thornhill when she told Wednesday that her family followed Joseph Crackstone's teachings in eradicating outcasts.

Description[]

In the photograph Mayor Noble had of the Gates family, she is seen with her hair up. She also has a light-colored button-up shirt.

In the painting of her and her family, she is seen wearing a floor-length red dress with her blonde hair up.

Personality[]

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Powers / Abilities / Weaknesses[]

Powers[]

As a normie, Mrs. Gates displays no supernatural powers.

Abilities[]

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Weaknesses[]

  • Mortality: As a normie, Mrs. Gates can die by ordinary means, like hanging.

Relationships[]

Ansel Gates[]

Mrs. Gates and Ansel were married.

Garrett Gates[]

After Garrett died, Mrs. Gates was devastated and committed suicide.

Laurel Gates[]

Undeterred by her family's death, Laurel remained loyal to her family by trying to kill outcasts.

Quotes[]

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Appearances[]

Appears In[]

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Mentioned In[]

Wednesday Series

Etymology[]

  • Gates means Dweller of the gate.

Trivia[]

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