History Trivia / TheAmazingWorldOfGumball

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.
9th Aug '16 4:17:34 PM PlasmaPower
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** Canada: "The Scam"
3rd Aug '16 8:18:14 PM TheJayman49
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* {{Jossed}}: "The Shell" pretty much blew away the popular fan theory that Penny was a deer under her shell.

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* {{Jossed}}: "The Shell" revealed that Penny is actually a shapeshifting fairy. This pretty much blew away the popular fan theory that Penny that, because of her antlers, she was a deer under her shell.
2nd Aug '16 7:09:04 PM 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). Averted with Dan Russell, who is also a singer, and has sung (and even helped in writing) some songs for the show, such as Richard's tearjerking song about how Gumball looked up to him when he was young on "The Hero" and Richard's rap as he's delivering pizzas in "The Job".

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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). Averted with Dan Russell, who is also a singer, and has sung (and even helped in writing) some songs for the show, such as Richard's tearjerking song about how Gumball looked up to him when he was young on "The Hero" and Richard's rap as he's delivering pizzas in "The Job".
2nd Aug '16 6:51:23 PM thatother1dude
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* FakeAmerican: Most of the cast besides the voice actors for Gumball, Darwin, and Anais are British, Scottish, or Irish voice actors doing UsefulNotes/AmericanAccents (or that generic newscaster voice that has no traceable accent). Technically averted with Dan Russell (the voice of Richard, Mr. Fitzgerald[[note]]Penny's father; real name: Patrick as of "The Shell"[[/note]], the Red-Cube Coach, and Tina in the first season), and Sandra Searles Dickinson (the voice of Granny Jojo, Hector the giant's mother, the pink cupcake lady, Felicity, and in some episodes, the Band-Aid school nurse), who are American actors based in the UK. Similarly, numerous characters are voiced by Kerry Shale (Bobert the robot, Hector the giant, Leslie the flower, Larry the rock-head clerk, Sal Left Thumb, Harold[[note]]Tobias' father and Jackie's HenpeckedHusband[[/note]]; Alan the balloon and Idaho the potato in the first season), who is Canadian and currently living in London.

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* FakeAmerican: Most of the cast besides the voice actors for Gumball, Darwin, and Anais are British, Scottish, or Irish voice actors doing UsefulNotes/AmericanAccents (or that generic newscaster voice that has no traceable accent).UsefulNotes/AmericanAccents. Technically averted with Dan Russell (the voice of Richard, Mr. Fitzgerald[[note]]Penny's father; real name: Patrick as of "The Shell"[[/note]], the Red-Cube Coach, and Tina in the first season), and Sandra Searles Dickinson (the voice of Granny Jojo, Hector the giant's mother, the pink cupcake lady, Felicity, and in some episodes, the Band-Aid school nurse), who are American actors based in the UK. Similarly, numerous characters are voiced by Kerry Shale (Bobert the robot, Hector the giant, Leslie the flower, Larry the rock-head clerk, Sal Left Thumb, Harold[[note]]Tobias' father and Jackie's HenpeckedHusband[[/note]]; Alan the balloon and Idaho the potato in the first season), who is Canadian and currently living in London.
26th Jul '16 11:26:20 PM ParkedCarAnne
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** "The Extras"[[note]]season three episode where the background characters overtake the show[[/note]] was originally titled "The People"

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** "The Extras"[[note]]season three episode where the background and minor characters overtake the show[[/note]] was originally titled "The People"



** "The Void" [[note]]the one first featuring the dimension of the world's mistakes and the episode that brought back Molly the black sauropod after being gone since season one[[/note]] was originally called "The Hole".

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** "The Void" [[note]]the one first featuring the dimension of the world's mistakes and the episode that brought back Molly the black sauropod after being gone since season one[[/note]] one...and later, Rob the Cyclops after being gone since season two[[/note]] was originally called "The Hole".



** "The Origins"[[note]]the two-part episode showing how Gumball and Darwin first became brothers[[/note]] was originally "The Roots".

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** "The Origins"[[note]]the two-part episode showing how Gumball and Darwin first became brothers[[/note]] was originally "The Roots".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]].
26th Jul '16 11:16:37 PM ParkedCarAnne
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* MissingEpisode: Despite being AdoredByTheNetwork, and popular among the network's channel, there are some episodes that are hardly, if ever, aired in reruns (whether at all or as individual episodes). Notable examples are "The Responsible"[[note]]the premiere episode where Gumball and Darwin babysit Anais while Nicole and Richard go to a parent-teacher conference[[/note]], "The DVD"[[note]]the one where Gumball and Darwin try to return a late rental DVD[[/note]], "The Pony"[[note]]the one where Gumball and Darwin rent a ''MyLittlePony''-esque movie for Anais and run into obstacles trying to get home so they can watch it with her[[/note]], "The Hero"[[note]]the one where Gumball and Darwin are harshly punished for making fun of Richard and trap themselves in the junkyard so Richard can rescue them[[/note]], "The Allergy"[[note]]the one where Darwin has a destructive sneezing attack[[/note]], and "The Kids"[[note]]the final episode with Logan Grove and Kwesi Boakye as Gumball and Darwin and the first episode with Jacob Hopkins and Terrell Ransom Jr as the new voices. It should be noted that when "The Kids" does air on Cartoon Network, it's often followed by "The Fan" [the one where Gumball and Darwin discover that Sarah the ice cream cone girl is a LoonyFan, complete with fanfiction-writing, self-insertion, and shipping][[/note]]
* NonSingingVoice: Unlike other musical numbers Darwin is in (barring ones where it's obviously supposed to be a different voice like "No More Mr Nice Guy!"), "What He Thinks About Us!" in "The Words" is performed by a different voice actor than his usual one.
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