History Radar / TheAmazingWorldOfGumball

23rd Jun '17 11:31:39 AM thatother1dude
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[[AC:The Weirdo]]
* Gumball proceeds to do a FullFrontalAssault on Sussie's bullies but is stopped by Darwin before the [[RunningGag usual]] happens.



--> '''Teri:''' Called it.
--> '''Masami:''' Yeah, guess I owe you 20 bucks.

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--> '''Teri:''' Called it.
-->
it.\\
'''Masami:''' Yeah, guess I owe you 20 bucks. bucks.

[[AC:The Weirdo]]
* Gumball threatens to fight the GangOfBullies picking on Sussie and starts a BattleStrip, but keeps taking off clothing until Darwin stops him.
-->'''Gumball:''' Alright, I'm-a fight these punks!\\
'''Darwin:''' What, [[FullFrontalAssault Greco-Roman style]]?
20th Jun '17 2:39:34 PM thatother1dude
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* Gumball convinces Darwin that girls like boys who are open about their lives. Darwin's response [[ThatCameOutWrong couldn't be more poorly worded]].
-->'''Darwin''': She wants me to expose myself, then I'll expose myself!\\
'''Gumball:''' [[FlatWhat What?]]\\
'''Darwin:''' ''(embarrassed)'' [[VerbalBackspace V-verbally.]]
* One of Darwin's confessions is that [[FurryReminder he has a]] [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cloaca cloaca]], but doesn't know what it is, and is afraid to look it up. Basically, he was unknowingly yelling about his genitals and anus.



* When Carrie makes the potion, {{Sexophone}} music plays, which the characters acknowledge.

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* When Carrie makes the potion, {{Sexophone}} music plays, which the characters acknowledge.
20th Jun '17 2:23:01 PM thatother1dude
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[[AC:The Potato]]
* Gumball looks on the internet for something Darwin can do instead of eating potatoes, [[InnocentInnuendo and sounds like he's talking about masturbation]].
-->'''Gumball:''' You know, a lot of people find doing something with their hands helps take their mind off cravings. Let's search for... "Things to do with your hands."\\
''(Gumball and Darwin look at a screen off-camera)''\\
'''Both''': Whoa!\\
'''Gumball''': Origami! That's a great idea!
20th Jun '17 12:05:08 AM echelon_house
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[[AC:The Uncle]]
* Gumball begs [[ItMakesSenseInContext Ocho to marry him]] in the school hallway, and Masami and Teri overhear it and have this exchange:
--> '''Teri:''' Called it.
--> '''Masami:''' Yeah, guess I owe you 20 bucks.
18th Jun '17 7:48:35 PM thatother1dude
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In the grand tradition of a lot of original Creator/CartoonNetwork programming from the late-1990s into the 21st century, this show freely pushes its TV-Y7 rating to its limit, despite Creator/CartoonNetwork now allowing the TV-PG rating on some of their daytime shows and the show's DVD releases in its native United Kingdom carrying a PG certificate for the same things that net it a TV-Y7-FV on American television.

The TV-Y7-FV rating could be explained by the fact that the first season is relatively tame, especially compared to the likes of ''Radar/AdventureTime'' and ''Radar/RegularShow''. However, the second season cranks up the dirtier aspects of the show by a ''considerable'' margin, and it never really slows down from that point, doing things that even some TV-PG rated shows would have trouble getting away with. It's even more impressive when one considers that the UK is one of the regions that censors Cartoon Network the most, and the show airs completely uncut there.

to:

In the grand tradition of a lot of original Creator/CartoonNetwork programming from the late-1990s into the 21st century, this show freely pushes its TV-Y7 rating to its limit, despite Creator/CartoonNetwork now allowing the TV-PG rating on some of their daytime shows and the show's DVD releases in its native United Kingdom carrying a PG certificate for the same things that net it a TV-Y7-FV on American television.

The TV-Y7-FV rating could be explained by the fact that the first season is relatively tame, especially compared to the likes of ''Radar/AdventureTime'' and ''Radar/RegularShow''. However, the second season cranks up the dirtier aspects of the show by a ''considerable'' margin, and it never really slows down from that point, doing things that even some TV-PG rated shows would have trouble getting away with. It's even more impressive when one considers that the UK is one of the regions that censors Cartoon Network the most, and the show airs completely uncut there.
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16th Jun '17 9:11:44 AM mariofan1000
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The TV-Y7-FV rating could be explained by the fact that the first season is relatively tame, especially compared to the likes of ''Radar/AdventureTime'' and ''Radar/RegularShow''. However, the second season cranks up the dirtier aspects of the show by a ''considerable'' margin, and it never really slows down from that point, doing things that even some TV-PG rated shows would have trouble getting away with.

to:

The TV-Y7-FV rating could be explained by the fact that the first season is relatively tame, especially compared to the likes of ''Radar/AdventureTime'' and ''Radar/RegularShow''. However, the second season cranks up the dirtier aspects of the show by a ''considerable'' margin, and it never really slows down from that point, doing things that even some TV-PG rated shows would have trouble getting away with. It's even more impressive when one considers that the UK is one of the regions that censors Cartoon Network the most, and the show airs completely uncut there.
16th Jun '17 9:06:15 AM mariofan1000
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In the grand tradition of a lot of original Creator/CartoonNetwork programming from the late-1990s into the 21st century, this show freely pushes its TV-Y7 rating to its limit, despite that Creator/CartoonNetwork now allows the TV-PG rating on some of their daytime shows and the show's DVD releases in its native United Kingdom carry a PG certificate for the same things that net it a TV-Y7-FV on American television.

to:

In the grand tradition of a lot of original Creator/CartoonNetwork programming from the late-1990s into the 21st century, this show freely pushes its TV-Y7 rating to its limit, despite that Creator/CartoonNetwork now allows allowing the TV-PG rating on some of their daytime shows and the show's DVD releases in its native United Kingdom carry carrying a PG certificate for the same things that net it a TV-Y7-FV on American television.
16th Jun '17 9:04:36 AM mariofan1000
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The TV-Y7-FV rating could be explained by the fact that the first season is relatively tame, especially compared to the likes of ''Radar/AdventureTime'' and ''Radar/RegularShow''. However, the second season cranks up the dirtier aspects of the show by a ''considerable'' margin, and it never really slows down from that point since the 3rd Season ups it further and the 4th season [[UnderStatement nearly]] [[UpToEleven forgot it was a Y7 Show]].

to:

The TV-Y7-FV rating could be explained by the fact that the first season is relatively tame, especially compared to the likes of ''Radar/AdventureTime'' and ''Radar/RegularShow''. However, the second season cranks up the dirtier aspects of the show by a ''considerable'' margin, and it never really slows down from that point since the 3rd Season ups it further and the 4th season [[UnderStatement nearly]] [[UpToEleven forgot it was a Y7 Show]].point, doing things that even some TV-PG rated shows would have trouble getting away with.
12th Jun '17 3:29:50 AM Darson
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The TV-Y7-FV rating could be explained by the fact that the first season is relatively tame, especially compared to the likes of ''Radar/AdventureTime'' and ''Radar/RegularShow''. However, the second season cranks up the dirtier aspects of the show by a ''considerable'' margin, and it never really slows down from that point since the 3rd Season ups it further and the 4th season [[Understatement nearly]] [[UpToEleven forgot it was a Y7 Show]].

to:

The TV-Y7-FV rating could be explained by the fact that the first season is relatively tame, especially compared to the likes of ''Radar/AdventureTime'' and ''Radar/RegularShow''. However, the second season cranks up the dirtier aspects of the show by a ''considerable'' margin, and it never really slows down from that point since the 3rd Season ups it further and the 4th season [[Understatement [[UnderStatement nearly]] [[UpToEleven forgot it was a Y7 Show]].
12th Jun '17 3:29:40 AM Darson
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The TV-Y7-FV rating could be explained by the fact that the first season is relatively tame, especially compared to the likes of ''Radar/AdventureTime'' and ''Radar/RegularShow''. However, the second season cranks up the dirtier aspects of the show by a ''considerable'' margin, and it never really slows down from that point.

to:

The TV-Y7-FV rating could be explained by the fact that the first season is relatively tame, especially compared to the likes of ''Radar/AdventureTime'' and ''Radar/RegularShow''. However, the second season cranks up the dirtier aspects of the show by a ''considerable'' margin, and it never really slows down from that point.point since the 3rd Season ups it further and the 4th season [[Understatement nearly]] [[UpToEleven forgot it was a Y7 Show]].
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