History Heartwarming / TheAmazingWorldOfGumball

14th Apr '16 2:06:47 PM ParkedCarAnne
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* "The Love" is the definition of Heartwarming. Even gross/cringeworthy/comic moments like the vignette about how The Robinsons got married, express their love through violence, had Rocky, and how Margaret tricked her husband into thinking she was dying of an illness, the vignette of Sussie's parents having a romantic dinner out, and Richard getting arrested for [[MistakenForPedophile hugging Billy Parham]] (followed by Felicity, the Jolly Hamburger, a judge, and the prisoners in his cell) had heartwarming moments (especially the Richard story, which ends with his family hugging him while he's in traction at the hospital).

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* "The Love" is the definition of Heartwarming. Even gross/cringeworthy/comic moments like the vignette about how The Robinsons got married, express their love through violence, had Rocky, and how Margaret tricked her husband into thinking she was dying of an illness, the vignette of Sussie's parents having a romantic dinner out, and Richard getting arrested for [[MistakenForPedophile hugging Billy Parham]] (followed by Felicity, Parham]], [[AccidentalPervert hugging Felicity]], [[EscalatingPunchline the Jolly Hamburger, a judge, cop arresting him, the judge trying him, and the prisoners in his cell) cell]] had heartwarming moments (especially the Richard story, which ends with his family visiting him and hugging him while he's in traction at the hospital).



** When asked (off-screen) why she loves Richard, Nicole struggles to come up with an answer. She gives up trying and cuddles him anyway.

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** When asked (off-screen) interviewed by an off-screen reporter on why she loves Richard, Nicole struggles to come up with an answer. She answer, so she gives up trying finding an explanation for their love and cuddles him anyway.hugs him.
18th Mar '16 11:59:21 AM DreadedDuck500
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* "The Love" is the definition of Heartwarming. Even gross/cringeworthy/comic moments like the vignette about how The Robinsons got married, express their love through violence, had Rocky, and how Margaret tricked her husband into thinking she was dying of an illness, the vignette of Sussie's parents having a romantic dinner out, and Richard getting arrested for [[MistakenForPedophile hugging Billy Parham]] (followed by Felicity, the Jolly Hamburger, a judge, and the prisoners in his cell) had heartwarming moments (especially the Richard story, which ends with his family hugging him while he's in traction at the hospital).

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* "The Love" is the definition of Heartwarming. Even gross/cringeworthy/comic moments like the vignette about how The Robinsons got married, express their love through violence, had Rocky, and how Margaret tricked her husband into thinking she was dying of an illness, the vignette of Sussie's parents having a romantic dinner out, and Richard getting arrested for [[MistakenForPedophile hugging Billy Parham]] (followed by Felicity, the Jolly Hamburger, a judge, and the prisoners in his cell) had heartwarming moments (especially the Richard story, which ends with his family hugging him while he's in traction at the hospital).hospital).
** Gumball and Penny both blush singing about their own love in their part of the opening song.
** When asked (off-screen) why she loves Richard, Nicole struggles to come up with an answer. She gives up trying and cuddles him anyway.
** The Sun and the Moon even have a really cute and charming conversation.
18th Mar '16 11:07:32 AM ParkedCarAnne
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* For a more meta example, Ben Bocquelet saving all of his rejected mascots and repurposing them for a TV show. It shows that he cares about his creations like most parents care about their children and that, for all of those times he's been rejected for his ad work, Bocquelet never gave up in finding a place for them. Also an AwesomeMoment, in that his rejected mascots are now part of a TV show that has some popularity and recognition.

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* The fact that even the {{jerkass}} couple characters like Margaret and Gaylord Robinson and Principal Brown and Miss Simian love each other (even if everyone else finds it abhorrent or weird).
* For a more meta example, Ben Bocquelet saving all of his rejected mascots and repurposing them for a TV show. It shows that he cares about his creations like most parents care about their children and that, for all of those times he's been rejected for his ad work, Bocquelet never gave up in finding a place for them. Also an AwesomeMoment, in that his rejected mascots are now part of a successful TV show that has instead of being thrown out or redone so they can fit into some popularity and recognition.ad executive's idea of what's good.



* The end of "The Fight" when Tina and Gumball become friends.

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* The end of "The Fight" when Tina and Gumball become friends.
friends after Nicole beats the crap out of Papa Rex.



* The Love is the definition of Heartwarming...

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* The Love "The Love" is the definition of Heartwarming...Heartwarming. Even gross/cringeworthy/comic moments like the vignette about how The Robinsons got married, express their love through violence, had Rocky, and how Margaret tricked her husband into thinking she was dying of an illness, the vignette of Sussie's parents having a romantic dinner out, and Richard getting arrested for [[MistakenForPedophile hugging Billy Parham]] (followed by Felicity, the Jolly Hamburger, a judge, and the prisoners in his cell) had heartwarming moments (especially the Richard story, which ends with his family hugging him while he's in traction at the hospital).
18th Mar '16 9:05:15 AM NeoTerraKnight
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** Or that the episode was aired out of order since it is aired with and before "The Burden".



* The Origins may as well be two whole episodes built out of this trope; seeing Richard and Nicole as young parents dealing with their hyperactive 4-year-old Gumball and still being as kind and loving as they can, [[spoiler: the ''astonishing'' lengths the two go to to hide the fact that the original Darwin (a regular goldfish) died so as to preserve Gumball's innocence, Richard buying the current Darwin from a super-shady guy in a van for ''$100'' dollars just to keep the act up (though he'd talked the guy down to $10 before immediately raising it back up to $100), and the entire second episode consisting of Darwin's journey to get back home after accidentally being flushed.]] Even the explanation of how Darwin got his lungs and legs is heartwarming; [[spoiler: turns out that he and Gumball are literally connected by their souls and can feel each other's emotional states, and Darwin feeling Gumball not give up on him coming back is what changed his anatomy and made him grow. The first time he had just crawled from the ocean and was about to suffocate when his lungs grew in, and the second was as he was about to die of dehydration in the desert outside Elmore when his legs popped out.]] We could say more, but then we'd have to spoiler the whole page.

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* The Origins may as well be two whole episodes built out of this trope; seeing Richard and Nicole as young parents dealing with their hyperactive 4-year-old Gumball and still being as kind and loving as they can, [[spoiler: the ''astonishing'' lengths the two go to to hide the fact that the original Darwin (a regular goldfish) died so as to preserve Gumball's innocence, Richard buying the current Darwin from a super-shady guy in a van for ''$100'' dollars just to keep the act up (though he'd talked the guy down to $10 before immediately raising it back up to $100), and the entire second episode consisting of Darwin's journey to get back home after accidentally being flushed.]] Even the explanation of how Darwin got his lungs and legs is heartwarming; [[spoiler: turns out that he and Gumball are literally connected by their souls and can feel each other's emotional states, and Darwin feeling Gumball not give up on him coming back is what changed his anatomy and made him grow. The first time he had just crawled from the ocean and was about to suffocate when his lungs grew in, and the second was as he was about to die of dehydration in the desert outside Elmore when his legs popped out.]] We could say more, but then we'd have to spoiler the whole page.page.
* The Love is the definition of Heartwarming...
12th Mar '16 1:40:28 PM TheDogSage
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* The Origins may as well be two whole episodes built out of this trope; seeing Richard and Nicole as young parents dealing with their hyperactive 4-year-old Gumball and still being as kind and loving as they can, [[spoiler: the ''astonishing'' lengths the two go to to hide the fact that the original Darwin (a regular goldfish) died so as to preserve Gumball's innocence, Richard buying the current Darwin from a super-shady guy in a van for ''$100'' dollars just to keep the act up, and the entire second episode consisting of Darwin's journey to get back home after accidentally being flushed.]] Even the explanation of how Darwin got his lungs and legs is heartwarming; [[spoiler: turns out that he and Gumball are literally connected by their souls and can feel each other's emotional states, and Darwin feeling Gumball not give up on him coming back is what changed his anatomy and made him grow. The first time he had just crawled from the ocean and was about to suffocate when his lungs grew in, and the second was as he was about to die of dehydration in the desert outside Elmore when his legs popped out.]] We could say more, but then we'd have to spoiler the whole page.

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* The Origins may as well be two whole episodes built out of this trope; seeing Richard and Nicole as young parents dealing with their hyperactive 4-year-old Gumball and still being as kind and loving as they can, [[spoiler: the ''astonishing'' lengths the two go to to hide the fact that the original Darwin (a regular goldfish) died so as to preserve Gumball's innocence, Richard buying the current Darwin from a super-shady guy in a van for ''$100'' dollars just to keep the act up, up (though he'd talked the guy down to $10 before immediately raising it back up to $100), and the entire second episode consisting of Darwin's journey to get back home after accidentally being flushed.]] Even the explanation of how Darwin got his lungs and legs is heartwarming; [[spoiler: turns out that he and Gumball are literally connected by their souls and can feel each other's emotional states, and Darwin feeling Gumball not give up on him coming back is what changed his anatomy and made him grow. The first time he had just crawled from the ocean and was about to suffocate when his lungs grew in, and the second was as he was about to die of dehydration in the desert outside Elmore when his legs popped out.]] We could say more, but then we'd have to spoiler the whole page.
5th Mar '16 1:43:31 PM ladyofthelibrary
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-->'''Anais''': If you'd listened for a second, you'd know have known that I never wanted anyone to change.

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-->'''Anais''': If you'd listened for a second, you'd know have known that I never wanted anyone to change.
5th Mar '16 11:40:28 AM Psychopulse
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* In "The Mustache", Richard bought those male supplements [[spoiler: that his kids ate by accident]] because he was intimidated by the internet ads. Nicole hugs him and says she loves him for who he his, and so do his kids. Given Richard's personality and the fact that he felt he was unnattractive, it felt really sweet to hear his family say that about him.

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* In "The Mustache", Richard bought those male supplements [[spoiler: that his kids ate by accident]] because he was intimidated by the internet ads. Nicole hugs him and says she loves him for who he his, and so do his kids. Given Richard's personality and the fact that he felt he was unnattractive, unattractive, it felt really sweet to hear his family say that about him.



* In "The Flakers", Gumball and Darwin are mad at eachother throughout most of the first half of the episode. Despite saying she could care less about their beef, Anais does a nice trick to bring them together again. Though, that doesn't stop her from getting a little revenge for them abandoning her at the store when they were fighting. While they are mad at first, they end up thanking her for bringing them together again and the three laugh while getting into a harmless pillow fight. It's a cute moment between the three, and anyone who grew up with their siblings would feel their heart warmed.

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* In "The Flakers", Gumball and Darwin are mad at eachother each other throughout most of the first half of the episode. Despite saying she could care less about their beef, Anais does a nice trick to bring them together again. Though, that doesn't stop her from getting a little revenge for them abandoning her at the store when they were fighting. While they are mad at first, they end up thanking her for bringing them together again and the three laugh while getting into a harmless pillow fight. It's a cute moment between the three, and anyone who grew up with their siblings would feel their heart warmed.
2nd Mar '16 10:00:35 PM EdwardX1
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** And is probably the cutest and most heartwarming smile of the show so far.
2nd Mar '16 8:22:51 PM EdwardX1
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** And Miss Simian [[spoiler: finding out they weren't trouble makers and apologizing at the end.]]




** And Miss Simian [[spoiler: finding out they weren't trouble makers and apologizing at the end.]]
2nd Mar '16 8:22:04 PM EdwardX1
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* In "The Flakers", Gumball and Darwin are mad at eachother throughout most of the first half of the episode. Despite saying she could care less about their beef, Anais does a nice trick to bring them together again. Though, that doesn't stop her from getting a little revenge for them abandoning her at the store when they were fighting. While they are mad at first, they end up thanking her for bringing them together again and the three laugh while getting into a harmless pillow fight. It's a cute moment between the three, and anyone who grew up with their siblings would feel their heart warmed.
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