History Trivia / TheAmazingWorldOfGumball

2nd Dec '16 8:00:24 PM thatother1dude
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** Cartoon Network also put a lot of faith into the show by renewing a second season a week before the premier, though this could have been done as the show spends a long time in production. Cartoon Network later renewed the show for a fourth and fifth season before the third season had even started airing and just renewed it for a sixth (though, as mentioned before, this could be because the show spends a long time in production due to its use of mixed media and the crew members actually take care to make sure that even the weakest episodes are done well).

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** Cartoon Network also put a lot of faith into the show by renewing a second season a week before the premier, though this could have been done as the show spends a long time in production. Cartoon Network later renewed the show for a fourth and fifth season before the third season had even started airing and just renewed it for a sixth (though, as mentioned before, this could be because the show spends a long time in production due to its use of mixed media and the crew members actually take care to make sure that even the weakest episodes are done well).sixth.
1st Dec '16 11:23:41 PM ectostar
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* OutOfOrder: [[https://twitter.com/#!/benbocquelet/status/171333978371006464 Episodes often air out of production order]], which was stated by one writer to be why no multi-part episodes were planned in its early episodes (there eventually were in the fourth season).
31st Oct '16 8:25:20 PM creader
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27th Sep '16 8:27:11 AM anza_sb
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** "The World"[[note]]season two episode where all the objects of Elmore come to life[[/note]] was at one point named "The Objects".
** "The Extras"[[note]]season three episode where the background and minor characters overtake the show[[/note]] was originally titled "The People"

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** "The World"[[note]]season World"[[note]]the season two episode where all the objects of Elmore come to life[[/note]] was at one point named "The Objects".
** "The Extras"[[note]]season Extras"[[note]]the season three episode where the background and minor characters overtake the show[[/note]] was originally titled "The People"



** "The Boss" [[note]]the one where Rocky takes a job with Chanax, Inc so he can make his father proud[[/note]] was originally called "The Heart"[[note]]no word as to why it was changed, but it can be assumed that Mr. Robinson was originally going to have a heart attack instead of get so mad that his head split open and his stuffing fell out[[/note]].

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** "The Boss" [[note]]the one where Rocky takes a job with Chanax, Inc Inc. so he can make his father proud[[/note]] was originally called "The Heart"[[note]]no word as to why it was changed, but it can be assumed that Mr. Robinson was originally going to have a heart attack instead of get so mad that his head split open and his stuffing fell out[[/note]].



** "The Origins"[[note]]the two-part episode showing how Gumball and Darwin first became brothers[[/note]] was originally "The Roots"[[note]]though "The Roots" is now going to be repurposed as the title of an upcoming episode where the Wattersons try to get into Darwin's culture after feeling that he knows nothing about it[[/note]].

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** "The Origins"[[note]]the two-part episode showing how Gumball and Darwin first became brothers[[/note]] was originally "The Roots"[[note]]though "The Roots" is now going to be repurposed as the title of an upcoming the episode where the Wattersons try to get into Darwin's culture after feeling that he knows nothing about it[[/note]].
27th Sep '16 6:57:59 AM Crossover-Enthusiast
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* FlashbackWithTheOtherDarrin: A flashback in "The Name" redubs the scene from the first season episode "The Curse" where Gumball (who was voiced by Logan Grove at the time) is riding down the highway in a mop bucket shouting, "I'm gonna make it! I'm gonna make it!" with Jacob Hopkins' voice. The same goes for a flashback with Darwin in "The Extras" to the second season episode "The Sweaters" where Darwin's line "This is boring! This is ''so'' boring!" was done by Terrell Ransom, Jr. rather than Kwesi Boakye.

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* FlashbackWithTheOtherDarrin: A flashback in "The Name" redubs the scene from the first season episode "The Curse" where Gumball (who was voiced by Logan Grove at the time) is riding down the highway in a mop bucket shouting, "I'm gonna make it! I'm gonna make it!" with Jacob Hopkins' voice. The same goes for a flashback with Darwin in "The Extras" to the second season episode "The Sweaters" where Darwin's line "This is boring! This is ''so'' boring!" b-b-b-b-boring!" was done by Terrell Ransom, Jr. rather than Kwesi Boakye.
13th Sep '16 6:23:02 AM thatother1dude
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** Ben Bocquelet wanted Creator/StudioTRIGGER to animate the {{Art Shift}}ed segments in "The Fury", but they were too busy with their own projects, so Creator/Studio4C stepped in.
27th Aug '16 6:19:22 AM thatother1dude
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* IronyAsSheIsCast: Nicole is voiced by a professional singer (Teresa Gallagher), yet she is the only main character who's yet to have a song. Gallagher herself finally sings in the the fourth season episode "The Wicked", but not as Nicole or any other character (it's a song ''about'' Mrs. Robinson, who Gallagher voices, but Mrs. Robinson is not and [[TheUnintelligible could not]] be the one singing).
20th Aug '16 11:16:39 PM luisedgarf
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* ActorAllusion: In "The Fury", Yuki wonders which place Nichole trained, and one of those places was [[Manga/{{Naruto}} Konoha]]. In both Japanese and Mexican Spanish dubs, Nichole's son (Gumball) is voiced by the same voice actresses who voiced Naruto Uzumaki in their respective languages (Creator/JunkoTakeuchi and Isabel Martiñon, respectively), who happens to live there.
20th Aug '16 10:01:05 PM Etheru
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** Ben Bocquelet wanted Creator/StudioTRIGGER to animate "The Fury", but they were too busy with their own projects, so Creator/Studio4C stepped in.

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** Ben Bocquelet wanted Creator/StudioTRIGGER to animate the {{Art Shift}}ed segments in "The Fury", but they were too busy with their own projects, so Creator/Studio4C stepped in.
20th Aug '16 9:59:48 PM Etheru
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** Ben Bocquelet wanted Creator/StudioTRIGGER to animate "The Fury", but they were too busy with their own projects, so Creator/Studio4C stepped in.
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