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11th May '16 3:17:03 PM MyLittleXero
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* In "The Password" it turns out Anais [[spoiler: changed the password]] this makes sense considering that in "The Goons" Richard explicitly said his favorite child was [[spoiler: Darwin]].
19th Apr '16 1:13:28 AM Eggy0
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** In the same episode, Gumball tries to join his dad's Fantasy club and gets rejected. Why? Because he missed the point of the club; he was supposed to pretend to be a fantasy character like a wizard or an orc (it's not called a "fantasy club" for nothing), but Gumball had no idea what his dad was talking about when he asked "Be you orc?" and "Be you dwarf?" and just kept replying with "No". The fact he tried to join Anais' Physics club right before trying to join this one probably helps, as Anais points out "multiple types of intelligence" and says she thinks Gumball doesn't have any of them.
12th Apr '16 12:49:19 AM ParkedCarAnne
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* Lots of Fridge Brilliance about Penny comes into play once you learn that [[spoiler:she's actually an EmpathicShapeshifter encased in a peanut shell.]] First, that you get a glimpse of her true form early in "The Shell" ([[spoiler:she'd obviously get self-conscious about herself as soon as she sees her "scar" and promptly change form]]) and it also makes a lot of sense that she'd admire Gumball for daring to be himself in "The Gi".

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* Lots of Fridge Brilliance about Penny comes into play once you learn that [[spoiler:she's actually an EmpathicShapeshifter encased in a peanut shell.]] First, that you get a glimpse of her true form early in "The Shell" ([[spoiler:she'd obviously get self-conscious about herself as soon as she sees her "scar" and promptly change form]]) form as seen from inside her eyehole]]) and it also makes a lot of sense that she'd admire Gumball for daring to be himself in "The Gi".




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* In "The Burden", when Darwin is talking to the clump of Principal Brown's hair that he thinks is Chris Morris, Darwin angrily yells, "You don't get to judge me, Chris Morris! You're not one of my dads!" He could either be referring to his biological father (a fish) and Richard (whom he calls Mr. Dad) or, since he is a fish and most fish species reproduce by having the female lay eggs and the male swim by and fertilize them, any of the male fish that fertilized the egg he came from.
20th Mar '16 11:40:20 PM NeoTerraKnight
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* In "The Origins", the 4th fish Richard buys freaks him out, so he pollutes the fish's bowl with paint, ''killing'' the fish for no valid reason.

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* In "The Origins", the 4th fish Richard buys freaks him out, so he pollutes the fish's bowl with paint, ''killing'' the fish for no valid reason.reason.
** Actually, the fish was colored different from the other three so Richard decided to paint him the same color so Gumball won't know the difference but RealityEnsues and the fish had to be flushed.
18th Mar '16 3:40:17 PM YohanAnthony
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* In "The Wicked," it's shown that Margaret is a very malicious KarmaHoudini and that Mr. Robinson knows this and that there is no FreudianExcuse for why she is this way. She's also Rocky the janitor's mother, which begs the question: Has Rocky been abused by her? If not, how did he manage to escape her wrath?

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* In "The Wicked," it's shown that Margaret is a very malicious KarmaHoudini and that Mr. Robinson knows this and that there is no FreudianExcuse for why she is this way. She's also Rocky the janitor's mother, which begs the question: Has Rocky been abused by her? If not, how did he manage to escape her wrath?wrath?
* In "The Origins", the 4th fish Richard buys freaks him out, so he pollutes the fish's bowl with paint, ''killing'' the fish for no valid reason.
14th Feb '16 6:00:52 PM supersinger9000
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** This is supported even more in "The Origins" [[spoiler:when he watched his family try to replace him after he went missing.]] That's probably where his abandonment issues came from.
20th Jan '16 6:59:37 PM jakovu
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* So we know Richard has been raised by his mother into what he is now as shown in "The Authority". So, where was his father? Jojo is 63 years old and that Richard's father left them 42 years ago and Richard didn't realize he might never come back. Which means once you subtract from her age and that event and compare to Richard's age who's in his 40s, it means that all this time... Richard ''grew up without a father''. No wonder Jojo thought it was best to shield him from all danger despite making him what he is today because she was young and actually inexperienced as a mother back then!

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* So we know Richard has been raised by his mother into what he is now as shown in In "The Authority". So, where Skull", even if Clayton wasn't lying and the shock collar was his father? Jojo turned on, it wouldn't have worked anyways since clay is 63 years old and that Richard's father left them 42 years ago and Richard didn't realize he might never come back. Which means once you subtract from her age and that event and compare to Richard's age who's in his 40s, it means that all this time... Richard ''grew up without a father''. No wonder Jojo thought it was best to shield him from all danger despite making him what he is today because she was young and actually inexperienced as a mother back then!
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28th Dec '15 8:30:36 AM ParkedCarAnne
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** They were compared in reverse as well: Gumball to Richard and Penny to Nicole in "The Gi", but Gumball being Nicole and Penny being Richard in "The Shell". Gumball might be like Richard at times, but at least he inherited {{Determinator}} tendencies like his mother.

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** They were compared in reverse as well: Gumball to Richard and Penny to Nicole in "The Gi", but Gumball being Nicole and Penny being Richard in "The Shell". Gumball might be like Richard at times, but at least he inherited {{Determinator}} tendencies like his mother.mother.
* In "The Wicked," it's shown that Margaret is a very malicious KarmaHoudini and that Mr. Robinson knows this and that there is no FreudianExcuse for why she is this way. She's also Rocky the janitor's mother, which begs the question: Has Rocky been abused by her? If not, how did he manage to escape her wrath?
13th Dec '15 1:40:38 PM azul120
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* In "The Club", the Wattersons have the Rejects' Club tied up at the back of their car for their scheme against Gumbal and are contemplating what to do to them: [[TheStoolPigeon tell on their parents]], spray them in honey and leave them at the zoo, or [[ShamefulStrip strip them naked and leave them at the mall]], the club members, who are tied up and silenced, happily agree to the last one. It becomes fairly evident they realized this was as close to non-punishment as possible since they're mostly undressed to begin with.



* In "The Joy," Miss Simian mistakenly thought Tobias was one of the infected, since he was so colorful. This is probably why he wasn't jumped by the other infected earlier in the episode. They also thought he was one of them.

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* In "The Joy," Joy", Miss Simian mistakenly thought Tobias was one of the infected, since he was so colorful. This is probably why he wasn't jumped by the other infected earlier in the episode. They also thought he was one of them.



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20th Aug '15 11:38:19 PM creader
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** This would also explain her hyper-competitive nature and her willingness to even INJURE AND/OR BERATE others for being losers. She even tell Anais (The one she considers to "have all the good genes") to "learn how to be a good loser. Those people she mentioned in "The Fridge" who "bonded in the hospital" were victims to her monstrous will to compete with others and win by any means necessary, whether it involve hurting others or risking lives or not. AND THIS ISN'T THE FIRST TIME SHE'S SHOWN THIS KIND OF SCARY BEHAVIOR EITHER!!

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** This would also explain her hyper-competitive nature and her willingness to even INJURE AND/OR BERATE others for being losers. She even tell Anais (The one she considers to "have all the good genes") to "learn how to be a good loser.loser". Those people she mentioned in "The Fridge" who "bonded in the hospital" were victims to her monstrous will to compete with others and win by any means necessary, whether it involve hurting others or risking lives or not. AND THIS ISN'T THE FIRST TIME SHE'S SHOWN THIS KIND OF SCARY BEHAVIOR EITHER!!
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