History Awesome / TheAmazingWorldOfGumball

16th Feb '18 4:39:16 PM CourtDogs
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[[caption-width-right:300:The loser's greatest achievement, getting the girl of his dreams.]]

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[[caption-width-right:300:The [[caption-width-right:350: The loser's greatest achievement, getting the girl of his dreams.]]
3rd Feb '18 9:58:35 AM TheCoolKat1995
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* In "The Ape", it's revealed Miss Simian had been picking on her Nicole her entire life, labeling her a loser from when she was an infant to when she was an adult. Per Gumball's request, Nicole decides to give Miss Simian another chance and trust her to be friends with her family, only to discover Simian used her and her kids to win a best teacher award, writing them off as losers immediately after. Having finally had enough with Miss Simian, Nicole decides to drive after her and try to get the nomination paper back, with the entire Watterson family gunning for her. The audience is treated to the awesome sight of two adult women tearing up the highway, almost killing themselves and each other over a piece of paper and a thirty year grudge. The Wattersons fail to retrieve the paper, but they do see Miss Simian fall several stories off a bridge and maim herself.



* In "The Authority", Nicole gets an ''epic'' one when she uses ''herself'' as a motivation to get her family to stop the car.

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* In "The Authority", Nicole gets an ''epic'' one when she stands up to Granny Jojo and uses ''herself'' as a motivation to get her family to stop the car.an out-of-control car.
-->'''Nicole''': I AM A GOOD MOTHER!!!


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[[folder:Season 6]]

* In "The One", Tobias has an assassination montage targeting all of Gumball's other friends and taking them out in creative ways so he can be Gumball's only friend, complete with a metal soundtrack. [[spoiler: Even if it was mostly imaginary, it's still the coolest part of the episode]].

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20th Nov '17 6:14:07 AM Chilliwack
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* A meta one: "The Worst" manages to explore the difficulties of being a man, woman, child, and adult.
* For most of the series, Richard is often seen as the BumblingDad, FatIdiot, and TheDitz, especially when in comparison to Nicole. In "The Deal"? He manages to show an unorthodox, but effective parenting style to their kids. And when they go feral without his guidance, he manages to get them all back to normal without raising his voice or threatening them.

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* A meta one: "The Worst" manages to explore the difficulties of being a man, woman, child, and adult.
adult, without diminishing any group's problems. Adult men have to hide their weaknesses to a dangerous fault and deal with health issues. Women have to deal with rampant sexism both in and out of the workplace. And children have to endure monotonous school daysat the mercy of tyrannical teachers.
* For most of the series, Richard is often seen as the BumblingDad, FatIdiot, and TheDitz, especially when in comparison to Nicole. In "The Deal"? He manages to show an unorthodox, but effective parenting style to their kids. And when they go feral without his guidance, he manages to get them all back to normal without even raising his voice or threatening them.
11th Oct '17 5:59:56 PM DVB
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* ''Everything'' about the Copycats. It's basically one big TakeThat to ''Miracle Star'', a Chinese milk brand that stole scenes from ''Gumball'' to use in their commercials.

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* ''Everything'' about the Copycats. It's basically one big TakeThat to ''Miracle Star'', a Chinese goat milk brand that stole scenes from ''Gumball'' to use in their commercials.commercials (consisting of a goat family and frog):
1st Oct '17 7:14:12 AM ading
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* The sequences in the puppet world from "The Puppets" are a meta-example just for being so genuinely frightening. Not surprising, since the writing staff partnered with Becky and Joe from ''WebVideo/DontHugMeImScared'' to make it.
** Darwin defeating the puppets by pulling on loose threads, causing them to fall apart. Double subverted when both Gumball and Darwin note that it's kind of an underwhelming way to defeat such a frightening villain, but then they realize they're in an imaginary puppet world, so they use their imaginations to make the whole thing blow up before leaving.
24th Sep '17 11:34:06 AM creader
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* "The Worst" managing to the difficulties of being a man, woman, child, and adult.
* For most of the series, Richard is often seen as the BumblingDad, FatIdiot, and TheDitz, especially when in comparison to Nicole. Here? He manages to show an unorthodox, but effective parenting style to their kids. And when they go feral without his guidance, he manages to get them all back to normal without raising his voice or threatening them.

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* A meta one: "The Worst" managing manages to explore the difficulties of being a man, woman, child, and adult.
* For most of the series, Richard is often seen as the BumblingDad, FatIdiot, and TheDitz, especially when in comparison to Nicole. Here? In "The Deal"? He manages to show an unorthodox, but effective parenting style to their kids. And when they go feral without his guidance, he manages to get them all back to normal without raising his voice or threatening them.
27th Aug '17 10:47:24 PM CourtDogs
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* For most of the series, Richard is often seen as the BumblingDad, FatIdiot, and TheDitz, especially when in comparison to Nicole. Here? He manages to show an unorthodox, buy=t effective parenting style to their kids. And when they go feral without his guidance, he manages to get them all back to normal without raising his violence or threatening them.

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* For most of the series, Richard is often seen as the BumblingDad, FatIdiot, and TheDitz, especially when in comparison to Nicole. Here? He manages to show an unorthodox, buy=t but effective parenting style to their kids. And when they go feral without his guidance, he manages to get them all back to normal without raising his violence voice or threatening them.
27th Aug '17 1:47:19 PM creader
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* ''The Grades'' has the final test, [[spoiler: which Gumball aces in five minutes without needing to cheat]].
* The EPIC TakeThat to extreme Leftist views summed up in Gumball and Carmen's [[MundaneMadeAwesome lunchroom fight scene]]. Ending in Gumball being defeated by Carmen, [[ThePowerOfFriendship who decides to forgive him for hurting her]].

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* ''The Grades'' "The Grades" has the final test, [[spoiler: which Gumball aces in five minutes without needing to cheat]].
* The "The Best" has the EPIC TakeThat to extreme Leftist views summed up in Gumball and Carmen's [[MundaneMadeAwesome lunchroom fight scene]]. Ending in Gumball being defeated by Carmen, [[ThePowerOfFriendship who decides to forgive him for hurting her]].her]].
* "The Worst" managing to the difficulties of being a man, woman, child, and adult.
* For most of the series, Richard is often seen as the BumblingDad, FatIdiot, and TheDitz, especially when in comparison to Nicole. Here? He manages to show an unorthodox, buy=t effective parenting style to their kids. And when they go feral without his guidance, he manages to get them all back to normal without raising his violence or threatening them.
27th Aug '17 9:39:29 AM CourtDogs
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* The EPIC [[TakeThat Take That]] to extreme Leftist views summed up in Gumball and Carmen's [[MundaneMadeAwesome lunchroom fight scene]]. Ending in Gumball being defeated by Carmen, [[ThePowerOfFriendship who decides to forgive him for hurting her]].


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* The EPIC TakeThat to extreme Leftist views summed up in Gumball and Carmen's [[MundaneMadeAwesome lunchroom fight scene]]. Ending in Gumball being defeated by Carmen, [[ThePowerOfFriendship who decides to forgive him for hurting her]].
27th Aug '17 4:51:30 AM Pouncivalfan1321
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* The EPIC [[TakeThat Take That]] to extreme Leftist views summed up in Gumball and Carmen's [[MundaneMadeAwesome lunchroom fight scene]]. Ending in Gumball being defeated by Carmen, [[ThePowerOfFriendship who decides to forgive him for hurting her]].
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