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26th Apr '18 6:46:46 AM CeaselessPhoenicopterine
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* In "The Misunderstandings", the Hobo thinks he is on a date with Gumball. While that was just a HoYay joke, Gumball is 12 and the Hobo is an adult. The Hobo could be a pedophile, and that's why he wanted to go in a date with him...
21st Feb '18 4:54:40 AM RandomnessUnlimited
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* In "The DVD", Gumball can be seen sitting around in his underwear at the beginning of the episode. Later, it's revealed that he lost his pants, explaining why he wasn't wearing them.



*** But Gumball has done many things his mom also did: He kicks his house's door during the Ketchup Rap, like Nicole kicked the office's door during the Employee of the Month Rap; he aged Idaho in "The Worst" like Nicole did to the guard from "The Limit"; He bends a metal spoon in "The Sorcerer", similarly to how Nicole bent a steel bar in "The Authority"; In "The Sale" he and Darwin get very angry and grow their teeth, and with deep voices that Nicole did many times before; he becomes the Hulk in "The Society" like Nicole in "The Finale" and "The Money", and the entirety of "The Downer" shows how he is when he's in a bad mood, etc... So he does problably does have his mother's anger and strength, but he's too scared and lazy to fight other people (like in "The Copycats")

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*** But Gumball has done many things his mom also did: He kicks his house's door during the Ketchup Rap, like Nicole kicked the office's door during the Employee of the Month Rap; he aged Idaho in "The Worst" like Nicole did to the guard from "The Limit"; He bends a metal spoon in "The Sorcerer", similarly to how Nicole bent a steel bar in "The Authority"; In "The Sale" he and Darwin get very angry and grow their teeth, and with deep voices that Nicole did many times before; he becomes the Hulk in "The Society" like Nicole in "The Finale" and "The Money", and the entirety of "The Downer" shows how he is when he's in a bad mood, he makes people explode in "The Traitor" in his fury, etc... So he does problably probably does have his mother's anger and strength, but he's too scared and lazy to fight other people (like in "The Copycats")
8th Feb '18 2:45:35 PM skymac05
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* In "The Rival", [[EnfantTerrible Baby Anais]] repeatedly tries to outright [[SiblingMurder kill Gumball and Darwin]]. At the end [[spoiler:Baby Anais is about to push Gumball and Darwin into an incinerator, but blows it because of her [[BabyTalk baby-talk]].]] What would have happened if [[spoiler:she didn't say anything?]] Or even worse, what if [[spoiler:Mr and Mrs Watterson came to the dump at the exact moment when she pushed?]]
1st Feb '18 10:38:16 AM canyoureadthis
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* In "The Signal" [[spoiler:whatever was entity with [[ItCanThink seemingly malicious intent]] that was screwing with the tv signal was never really resolved. It apparently wasn't Rob since he generally takes credit for his schemes and only seemed to stop or have been stopped when [[FourthWallObserver Gumball and Darwin found out about what it was]].

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* In "The Signal" [[spoiler:whatever was entity with [[ItCanThink seemingly malicious intent]] that was screwing with the tv signal was never really resolved. It apparently wasn't Rob since he generally takes credit for his schemes and only seemed to stop or have been stopped when [[FourthWallObserver Gumball and Darwin found out about what it was]].]]
1st Feb '18 10:37:47 AM canyoureadthis
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* "The Joy"'s [[NightmareFuel status]] is pretty well established but it can go further when you remember that all the episodes are apparently cannon even after the credits reset. [[spoiler:Which means that Alan experienced the whole thing first hand and and as of "The Vision" still thinks [[HappinessIsMandatory it's]] a good idea to implement.]]
* In "The Signal" [[spoiler:whatever was entity with [[ItCanThink seemingly malicious intent]] that was screwing with the tv signal was never really resolved. It apparently wasn't Rob since he generally takes credit for his schemes and only seemed to stop or have been stopped when [[FourthWallObserver Gumball and Darwin found out about what it was]].
5th Dec '17 9:05:53 AM nogoodnames
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* In "The Money", Nicole says Gumball tried hunting his own food and Anais responds with "He broke down when he had to chop the baby carrots." At first it seems like a joke about how Gumball is so wimpy he couldn't even cut some carrots. Then you remember how Elmore works...
12th Nov '17 1:41:51 PM CeaselessPhoenicopterine
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*** But Gumball has done many things his mom also did: He kicks his house's door during the Ketchup Rap, like Nicole kicked the office's door during the Employee of the Month Rap; he aged Idaho in "The Worst" like Nicole did to the guard from "The Limit"; He bends a metal spoon in "The Sorcerer", similarly to how Nicole bent a steel bar in "The Authority"; In "The Sale" he and Darwin get very angry and grow their teeth, and with deep voices that Nicole did many times before; he becomes the Hulk in "The Society" like Nicole in "The Finale" and "The Money", etc. So he does problably does have his mother's anger and strength, but he's too scared and lazy to fight other people (like in "The Copycats")

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*** But Gumball has done many things his mom also did: He kicks his house's door during the Ketchup Rap, like Nicole kicked the office's door during the Employee of the Month Rap; he aged Idaho in "The Worst" like Nicole did to the guard from "The Limit"; He bends a metal spoon in "The Sorcerer", similarly to how Nicole bent a steel bar in "The Authority"; In "The Sale" he and Darwin get very angry and grow their teeth, and with deep voices that Nicole did many times before; he becomes the Hulk in "The Society" like Nicole in "The Finale" and "The Money", etc.and the entirety of "The Downer" shows how he is when he's in a bad mood, etc... So he does problably does have his mother's anger and strength, but he's too scared and lazy to fight other people (like in "The Copycats")
12th Nov '17 1:40:14 PM CeaselessPhoenicopterine
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*** Well, Gumball did get his mother's strength (he kicked a solid oak door and bent a spoon very easily), and in "The Sale" he gets as angry as Nicole and even scares her

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*** Well, But Gumball did get has done many things his mother's strength (he mom also did: He kicks his house's door during the Ketchup Rap, like Nicole kicked a solid oak the office's door and during the Employee of the Month Rap; he aged Idaho in "The Worst" like Nicole did to the guard from "The Limit"; He bends a metal spoon in "The Sorcerer", similarly to how Nicole bent a spoon very easily), and steel bar in "The Authority"; In "The Sale" he gets as and Darwin get very angry as and grow their teeth, and with deep voices that Nicole did many times before; he becomes the Hulk in "The Society" like Nicole in "The Finale" and even scares her"The Money", etc. So he does problably does have his mother's anger and strength, but he's too scared and lazy to fight other people (like in "The Copycats")
3rd Nov '17 3:26:21 PM CeaselessPhoenicopterine
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*** In "The News" Kip is made of newspapers instead of being a human, so that may be true...


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*** Well, Gumball did get his mother's strength (he kicked a solid oak door and bent a spoon very easily), and in "The Sale" he gets as angry as Nicole and even scares her
27th Oct '17 6:02:16 PM MattP5557
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* Based on the evidence given in "The Sweaters", "The Slide", "The Uploads", "The Nuisance", "The Extras", "The News", "The Scam" and the characters of Sussie and Kip Schlezinger. I have come to this conclusion on how humans work in the [[TitleDrop The Amazing Wold of Gumball]] there are 4 (technically 5) types of humans:
** Live action humans who are practically nonexistent in [[CityOfWeirdos Elmore]] and [[HumansAreCthulhu are considered horrifying freaks]] due to the closest thing they have to them being puppets they [[UncannyValley see them as "Like puppets made of meat".]]
** Animated humans who are all [[StylisticSuck made in the choppy and awkward style of]] WesternAnimation/GIJoeARealAmericanHero and such and can only occasionally move mostly being 2D cutout's, however if the cutouts decide to move they can indicating they may all originally be born that way.
** Puppets, their not people but [[AnimateInanimateObject actual puppets]] made from material and filled with stuffing, but as mentioned above their the closest to humans you can get in Elmore.
** Chins who are [[HumanoidAbomination human heads with mouths and detachable eyes on their chins, arms, legs coming out the top of their heads]] [[OurNudityIsDifferent and consider it inappropriate for anything but their chin to be showing.]]
** If someone from Elmore acts or makes themselves look really good they become an animated human who will come of on camera or video as live action (Rocky in "The Slide", Sussie in "The Uploads", the Waterson's in "The Nuisance", Kip Schlezinger presumably looks that way due to makeup.)



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