“Jimmy Dogfish.”
―Juicebox blaming Greg for his pranks

Name Juicebox
Age 8-10
Gender Male.png
Actor None
Film Appearance? No
Online Appearance? No
Book Appearance? Yes

Juicebox is a boy who has a gang that appears in Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Deep End in the RV park. He has a gang in Campers' Eden including, DooDoo, Big Marcus, Regular Marcus, Weevil, Cutter, Fivehead, and briefly Greg Heffley who was known as Jimmy Dogfish. While he is the leader, he has a tendency to break his own rules, such as snitching out despite a punishment being made against snitches. He is the shortest and smallest of his gang. He also blamed Greg for his pranks. When the Camp Director didn’t believe him, Juicebox had to try and find Greg with the Camp Director. When he makes it to the pool, this causes Greg to hide at the deep bottom of the pool. He's not seen again after the rainstorm, but it's likely that since he wasn’t able to find Greg, he and the other members of his gang still got in trouble. He and his gang presumably left the park along with everyone else after Manny fixed the bridge.


Initially, Juicebox is shown to be a social and cooperative leader to his fellow friends DooDoo, Big Marcus, Regular Marcus, Weevil, Cutter, and Fivehead. He is shown to be mischievous and reprisal when he sprayed the teens who throwed watermelons at them in the hill using water guns, drenching them and causing the gang to ruin the snack shack. He is shown to have leadership for his gang, though he sometimes makes promises that he doesn't follow. An example would be when the gang makes a vow not to snitch it on anyone if one or few of them gets caught. However, Juicebox doesn't follow the rule his gang made and blames it on Greg Heffley as Jimmy Dogfish. Juicebox throws Greg under the bus almost immediately without hesitation, though it may be possible he chose him specifically, as Greg was the “new kid”, and didn’t have the same bonds with Juicebox like the other kids did, and moments before they had ambushed the teenagers, Greg had showed reluctance to partake in the prank, and when he tried to back out, Juicebox reminded him he was one of them now, and they were in this together. Even if Juicebox didn’t have the best image of Greg, it was still a selfish decision to rat him out specifically, showing how Juicebox may not be the most loyal of friends

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