[[caption-width-right:345:[[CloudCuckooLand Where normal just got weird]].]]

->''"I started looking back at the characters that I created for commercials. [[MediumBlending It was a big mash-up of 2D, stylized 3D, realistic 3D and even stop motion. I lined them up and the result looked varied and unusual. I really liked the idea of a show without graphic unity.]] All these characters had been rejected; they served no purpose. I found that quite endearing. I integrated them in the photo of a schoolyard and was quite excited with the outcome."''
-->-- Creator '''Ben Bocquelet'''

Created by Ben Bocquelet, the series is the first commission from Turner Broadcasting's Creator/CartoonNetwork Development Studio Europe. Combining a mixture of several animation techniques with live-action backgrounds, the series follows the misadventures of a hapless twelve year old cat named Gumball, who lives in the quaint little town of Elmore - where [[EverythingTalks nearly everything has the power to come to life]]! Joining him is his best friend Darwin, the one-time pet fish who grew legs and joined the family. The two of them go to Elmore Junior High where all sorts of strange characters roam the halls.

The series received a twenty-episode second season before the eighteen-episode first season even premiered, another twenty-episode third season shortly after the second season premiere, and two more twenty-episode seasons right before the third season premiere, bringing its total to 49 hours worth of episodes. It got a "sneak peek" (i.e., the first of two episodes) in the UK on May 2nd, 2011, and in the US on May 3. The official US premiere was May 9 and the UK on September 5th.

A ComicBookAdaptation published by Creator/KaboomComics was announced in March 2014 and started in June of that year. It is written by Frank Gibson of ''Tiny Kitten Teeth'' with art by Tyson Hesse of ''Webcomic/BoxerHockey''.

You can check out the show's Recap page [[Recap/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball here]] and the character page [[Characters/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball here]]. It also has a page for [[Trivia/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball trivia]] and [[ShoutOut/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball Shout Outs]]. Please list examples relating to specific episodes and characters on the corresponding page.

It also has its own [[http://theamazingworldofgumball.wikia.com wiki]].

!!''The Amazing World of Gumball'' provides examples of:

* AdultsAreUseless: Some episodes have it stronger than others. Nicole is pretty much the only consistently competent adult in the show, though she does have her wild moments.
* AerithAndBob: Most of the cast have normal given names. Anais and Masami may be unconventional, but they are real names: Anais is a somewhat popular girl's name in France, while Masami is a unisex name in Japan. The exceptions are Darwin (which is normally a family name), Ocho, Juke, and Gumball. In "The Name", Gumball's name is revealed to actually be ''Zach''. [[spoiler: Unfortunately, he develops a psychotic split personality named, of course, Zach, so Gumball shuts him down by legally changing his name to "Gumball".]]
* AllThereInTheManual: Darwin is Gumball's adopted brother who grew legs when he was overfed, but you wouldn't know that unless you read it online from the creators despite being heavily implied through-out the series.
** ''The DVD'' (the DVD, not the episode) also makes mention of this in the "Meet the Wattersons" feature.
* AlternativeForeignThemeSong:
** The Japanese version of the show has an ending theme called [[http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XMzQ2NjE2MTky.html "Yes/No Continue?"]] by Moumoon.
** The [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zwvkSwW4APo Indian version]] has a different theme and intro altogether.
* AmazingTechnicolorWildlife: Gumball and Nicole are blue cats, and Anais and Richard are pink rabbits.
* AnimateInanimateObject: EVERYTHING in Elmore is a living, sentient being. Lampshaded in "The Internet" where Darwin scoffs at Gumball's idea that they can track down the internet, as it is an object not a person and everything in the room they're in comes to life and suggests otherwise.
** "The World" takes this UpToEleven, focusing on the everyday lives of the objects themselves.
* {{Animesque}}: The Wattersons' facial expressions seem to invoke this.
* ArcNumber: The number 700 frequently pops up, particularly in "The DVD" where it's the cost of the overdue fee for the titular DVD, "The Refund" where it's the cost of the game console the manager sells Richard, and "The Watch" where it's how much the titular watch is worth.
* ArtEvolution: The designs of the 2D characters has been streamlined in the second season. [[http://i111.photobucket.com/albums/n147/The_Huntsman/Cartoons/Comparison.jpg Now they're drawn with thicker lines]] and some of them were completely redesigned; Penny, for example [[http://images2.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20120717192035/theamazingworldofgumball/images/0/0a/Courtship.png has a more curved shell.]]
** Also, the shadows on Darwin's arms and legs underneath his body are almost nonexistent.
** Tina and Ms. Simian's designs have also been simplified.
* ArtShift: Strangely, whenever there is a wide shot wherein the characters are meant to be far off in the distance, they are represented by bold single-colored rectangles rather than their usual character models.
* BadassFamily: In "The Club", the family uses their own odd traits to impressively take out some nerds. Nicole [[spoiler:used her anger to take out a locked door]], Richard [[spoiler:managed to stall another nerd in a board game]], Anais [[spoiler:used static electricity to short circuit a robot and hacked a computer to intercept Gumball's embarrassing video]], and Darwin's [[spoiler:dance skills distracted the other nerd into dancing with him.]] Subverted with [[spoiler: [[LoserProtagonist Gumball]] however, who fails to stop the video uploading, and is recognized as so lacking in talent even the nerds don't want to touch him.]]
** Even moreso in "The Ape" where they work together in a car chase to stop Mrs. Simian after she tricked them.
* BarefootCartoonAnimal: Gumball, Nicole, and Richard. Anais (Who, oddly, wears socks with no shoes) and Darwin have footwear.
* BigNo: Richard does one after dropping a piece of toast in the series trailer.
* BilingualBonus: Rocky's shirt from season 2 onwards has the word "Bisou" on it. Which is French for Music/{{KISS}}.
* BizarreSexualDimorphism: Tobias is short and squat, with hair covering his face. However, his sister Rachel is taller and more humanoid. This also extends to their parents, with Harold being covered in hair and their mother being more humanoid.
* {{Bowdlerise}}: Like many Cartoon Network shows, numerous scenes were cut or shortened in the CN Asia, Australian, Arabic, and Latin American airings. A small number of episodes have been edited in America as well (most notably "The Skull", which cut out an entire scene where Gumball, Darwin, and Clayton get electrocuted), leaving the U.K. as basically the only place every episode airs unedited.
* {{Calvinball}}: "Dodge or Dare", a board game that Gumball and Darwin created, which involves taking a card and doing whatever is says on it. The trope applies in that, while the concept is (very loosely) structured with a set of "rules", the "rules" themselves are only there to ensure that ''sheer chaos'' results from playing it.
** In "The Car", Gumball is told to build a RubeGoldbergDevice in order to launch a projectile into the air using anything found in the trash. The projectile in question is a bowling ball, and when it finally fires off, it malfunctions and launches right at Gumball's face. Right before it hits him, Darwin ''pauses'' the moment like a VCR (complete with line of static and jumpy tracking) to point out that the card says that Gumball can't use his hands to block, leading to him getting his face smashed in.
* CarnivoreConfusion: ''All'' of the food and everything else in Elmore sentient, can talk, and some of it doesn't like being eaten. [[FunnyAnimal Anthropomorphic folk]] will sometimes eat the non-human-like (but still sentient) version of their own kind. Sometimes anthropomorphic folk even eat other anthropomorphic folk--a poster in the background of Elmore Middle School listing rules includes one about not eating other students.
* CastOfSnowflakes: Most of the characters don't even share the same ''art style''. As mentioned in the page quote, Ben Bocquelet had a portfolio of characters he created for advertisements and when he superimposed them on a photo of a school, he decided to make a TV show about it.
* CharacterBlog: [[http://twitter.com/IamRichardW Richard's Twitter account,]] and [[http://www.flickr.com/photos/anaiswatterson Anais' Flickr account.]]
* CheatedAngle: The Wattersons always have their faces in view, no matter which way their bodies are facing. Darwin's whole ''[[{{Cephalothorax}} body]]'' is always in .
* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Tobias' sister Rachel hasn't appeared since season 1, due to Ben Bocquelet and other members of the production staff not liking her.
* CityOfWeirdos: Elmore is basically a city where some completely useless thing like a paper hat, is alive and can have children with Mount Rushmore and no one objects or sees it as weird. It's just Tuesday for Elmore.
* ConspicuousCG: The CG itself isn't any more out of place than anything else, but occasionally it will be out of sync with the 2D objects or characters. For instance, in "The Poltergeist" Mrs. Robinson put something in the mailbox and while her hands moved and a sound was made the mailbox stayed closed.
* ConspicuouslyLightPatch: Occasionally happens through-out the series, usually when a character moves something amongst a series of things that were put in the background. Often, the characters will handle things that are conveniently also traditionally animated rather than not. Even when other similar things are animated differently: for instance, the Watterson's TV is live-action but their remote is animated just like they are.
* CrapsaccharineWorld and BlackComedyBurst: For a series which takes place in a brightly-colored, whimsical world were anything can happen, a lot of the humor comes off as very cynical. Episodes such as "The Job,"[[note]]particularly the part where Gumball and Darwin deliver a pizza to a pizza family who treat the pizza as if it was their first-born child and freak out when Gumball and Darwin accidentally drop him on the ground, the revelation that Mr. Small is anorexic because he put himself on a new-age diet, and the idea that Richard getting a job and succeeding at it will cause the end of the world[[/note]] "The Fraud", "Christmas," "The Ape," "The Prank," "The Recipe," and "The Finale" have been cited by some fans as perfect examples.
* DerangedAnimation: Anything in Elmore can come to life and conventional wisdom comes and goes at will.
* EverythingsBetterWithRainbows: There's one in the show's logo.
* '''EverythingTalks''': A central premise of Gumball's universe. ''Everything'' is alive and sentient, as seen in "The World".
* EverybodyOwnsAFord: Mid-1980's to 1991 Crown Victorias, to be exact.
* EveryoneWentToSchoolTogether: In every flashback, even the yearbook, all the adults in Elmore no matter what age all seemed to have attended Middle School around the same time.
** In "The Wand", Mr. Robinson is at Elmore Jr. High despite being way older than Richard.
*** Even weirder is the old man that's purple and has antlers also was in the same year as Richard.
** In "The Gi" Nicole went to the same school, revealing Mr. Small, Mr. Fitzgerald, and others went to the same school.
* FictionalCounterpart: [[Website/YouTube Elmore Stream]]
** There's also [[Website/EBay JU]][[http://twitpic.com/6720u0/full NK]]
** Seemingly everyone in Elmore Junior High is on [[Website/GooglePlus ElmorePlus]]; ironic given its namesake does not allow anyone under the age of 18.
** Pictures are edited using [[{{Spoonerism}} Shotofop.]]
* FluffyTheTerrible: Mr. Cuddles, Penny's pet tarantula.
* FurryConfusion: Every single thing in the world, solar system, and possible the universe is sentient and capable of speech, but seem to be divided into two types: the ones who [[FunnyAnimal act mostly human and look at least somewhat human]] and the ones which [[TalkingAnimal talk but aren't otherwise very human-like.]] Sometimes the latter [[UpliftedAnimal becomes the former]], as was the case with Darwin.
* GangOfBullies: Anton and Jamie are members of Tina's gang, whether they want to be or not.
* GeniusLoci: "The World" shows that the ''Earth'' is alive. The stars and planets are as well.
* GenderEqualsBreed: Inverted. Gumball's parents are a female cat and a male rabbit. He's a male cat, and his sister is a female rabbit.
** Bit of trivia: In the first season the boys (yes, even Darwin, who's adopted) [[MasculineLinesFeminineCurves have rounded rectangular eyes like their father, while Anais has oval eyes like her mother]], so there's a bit more instances of PlayingWithATrope going on than meets the eye. However, their designs from the second season on all have oval eyes.
* {{Gonk}}: Many of the live-action and CGI characters, like Sussie and Ms. Simian (first season design, though Miss Simian's current design isn't much better).
* HamToHamCombat: Gumball and Darwin seems to be locked in an everlasting battle to out-ham one another.
* IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming: Every episode title is "[[TheTheTitle The [noun]]]", except the holiday specials ("Christmas" and "Halloween").
* InterspeciesAdoption: How Darwin became a member of the Watterson family.
* InterspeciesRomance: Mr. and Mrs. Watterson, but considering in the same universe a cactus and a balloon can fall in love with each other, this isn't too unusual.
** Also Principal Brown and Miss Simian, Gumball and Penny, and Carmen (the cactus) and Alan (the balloon).
* LaboriousLaziness: Richard is a master of this.
* LimitedWardrobe: All of the Wattersons have one set of day clothes and clothes that they sleep in.
* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: The [[http://www.cartoonnetwork.com/tv_shows/gumball/characters/index.html character page]] on the official site already lists 30 different named characters. And that's not even the entire cast! There are also a sauropod named Molly and a chin puppet named Sussie, the latter of whom even appears in the intro.
* MediumBlending: The TropeCodifier. Just look at the page image (and Ben Bocquelet's quote about how he combined all these characters drawn in different styles initially for product and company logos, but decided to make them cartoon characters).
* MissingTrailerScene: Almost every trailer for the show had complete original scenes and were never in the actual episodes.
* NakedPeopleAreFunny: Gumball ends up naked fairly often.
* NeverSayDie: Originally subverted then played straight with Carrie. First, she was said to be a dead girl, both in the show and WordOfGod. The Halloween special retcons this to say that Carrie was born a ghost, and this is actually pivotal to the plot, as it explains why Carrie is not bound to face the limitation other ghosts have, such as being forced to live in the Underworld. Of course, the Halloween special also subverts this trope, since the other ghosts, who are all dragged to the Underworld in the end, would logically be dead people.
* NoThemeTune: It has an InstrumentalThemeTune in other countries (including the countries that create their own opening sequence for the show, like India and Japan), but the actual opening is only seen in the UK version. The US airing only had the opening as part of the show's "sneak peek" premiere, but every time after, it's been cut.
* NonHumansLackAttributes: Averted with Gumball, who's body is pixellated when he doesn't wear clothes, but played straight with a lot of other characters who don't wear clothes at all.
* NonstandardCharacterDesign: While most characters are drawn with a flat, stylized look, there are also quite a few that run the gamut from paper cutouts to photo-realistic dinosaurs, CGI cubes, Muppet-style puppets, and live-action chin puppets.
* OohMeAccentsSlipping: Every once in a while the British voice actors lose their American tongue for a second.
** In the "The Robot" when Bobert says "How you talk" it sounds astonishingly British, which doesn't make a lot of sense seeing as how the character he's impersonating doesn't have a British voice actor.
** Nicole, in some scenes where she's talking calmly and smoothly.
* OutOfOrder: WordOfGod [[https://twitter.com/#!/benbocquelet/status/171333978371006464 has stated as such,]] and also said [[http://www.formspring.me/jamesdeonlamont/q/296199733171464828 it's why they're not doing any multi-part episodes.]]
* PacmanFever: Video games seen at various points all have very 8/16-bit looking graphics. This trope is possibly lampshaded by how "The Refund" has Gumball trying to put what looks like an SNES cartridge into the disc drive of a console that looks like an Xbox 360 (with the controllers of an SNES) before realizing there's something wrong.
* PaleFemalesDarkMales: Played straight and inverted. Nicole is a slightly lighter shade of blue than Gumball, but Anais is a slightly darker shade of pink than Richard.
* PickyEater: When Carrie takes over Gumball's body and starts binge-eating everything in sight, she takes a moment to remove the pickle slice from a hamburger before devouring the whole combo meal.
* PinkGirlBlueBoy: Anais and Gumball. Inverted with Richard and Nicole. This even stays true when their [[GenderBender genders are momentarily reversed]] in "The Job".
* {{Pixellation}}: When Gumball is naked, he gets this. What's extra funny is that in some frames they missed applying it, and as you might expect [[BarbieDollAnatomy there isn't anything to cover.]]
* QuarterHourShort[=/=]TwoShorts: A somewhat odd case, as while several of the first episodes were aired as TwoShorts, both new, it's then changed to a new QuarterHourShort and a rerun played subsequently with one opening and ending between them, then close to the end of the the first season they switched the new and old episode around. Or two different quarter-hours rerun. Which confuses the heck out of most [=DVRs=] since it thinks that it's a new episode every time just because those two episodes haven't been paired before. For season three, each new quarter-hour episode shares a half-hour slot with ''WesternAnimation/{{Clarence}}''.
* QuoteMine: Seen in one of the show's trailers, where Gumball stitches together quotes from several of his friends and family members:
-->'''Ms. Simian''': GUMBALL!!\\
'''Carrie''': ...is the most... \\
'''Anais''': Amazing!\\
'''Darwin''': DUDE!\\
'''Nicole''': I don't have time... \\
'''Richard''': ...to say all the good things... \\
'''Mr. Small''': ...abooooout... \\
'''Banana Joe''': ...this!\\
'''Anais''': Amazing!\\
'''Darwin''': DUDE!
* RetroUniverse: Most of the appliances have a very 70's/80's aesthetic but there are still DVD players, social media websites (Elmore Plus, which is a mix between Google Plus and Facebook), a YouTube equivalent website (Stream It), and in "The Refund," Darwin says this:
--> '''Darwin:''' Why is [this store] called [the Ripley] 2000 anyway? It's not like it's the future anymore!
** [[http://www.formspring.me/jamesdeonlamont/q/293158653421169297 According to one of the writers]], he [[ShrugOfGod can't remember]] if the series takes place in 1950, 1985, 2012, or [[SarcasmMode 2098.]]
* RogerRabbitEffect: The majority of the show's scenery starts as live-action photograph, but with filters and some objects drawn to make them clash with the characters less.
* RunningGag:
** Characters smashing through the school's windows is a common occurrence throughout the series, happening in "The Mystery", "The Sock" and "The Bet". The Australian airings almost always edits out any of these scenes to avoid [[DontTryThisAtHome copycat incidents]].
** In the second season, Darwin bluntly but cheerfully (or sometimes snidely) pointing out Gumball's personality faults - usually at inappropriate times - often getting hit by something immediately after.
* SeriesContinuityError: The Halloween special explains Carrie was born a ghost, but her first appearance in the series (the episode "The Ghost") however, makes clear she used to be alive...[[FridgeHorror unless she's the ghost of a stillborn baby]].
* SlapstickKnowsNoGender: Gradually comes into effect over the course of the series. Early on the physical comedy was far more often toward the male cast, with Nicole and Ms. Simian being the occasional exception. Around the second season, slapstick becomes more likely to be applied to anyone. Sarah and Teri seems especially prone to this--within the first couple episode of season three, both have been maimed, melted, burned, or partially eaten.
* SnapBack: {{Deconstruct|ion}}ed and {{subverted|Trope}} in "The Finale." It starts off as a ClipShow, but as the Wattersons begin to reminisce, the various people come to them and demand restitution for all the damage they've done to them and the town. After failing to make amends to the townspeople and having to escape jail, they decide to only way to get their happy ending is to take their destructive habits UptoEleven and [[InsaneTrollLogic cause more trouble than ever before]]. This ends up causing the entire town to form an angry mob and corner them in their home and Gumball proclaims that the only way out of this is "[[LampshadeHanging some magical device that resets everything]]" right as the episode ends. [[spoiler:[[ResetButtonEnding It's the credits.]]]]
* StatusQuoIsGod: Lampshaded in "The Finale", in which the credits are a magic reality-resetting device.
* StealthPun:
** Penny is a female peanut with antlers. You know, a [[spoiler:doe-nut.]]
** Darwin is a [[http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-EP-1HXrXAGs/Tcczq51NorI/AAAAAAAAAOw/mxOOTmILiBI/s320/darwinfish.jpg fish with legs]].
** Ocho, who looks like a ship from ''VideoGame/SpaceInvaders'', has a mother that is a giant flying vehicle. [[spoiler:She's the mothership.]]
* TertiarySexualCharacteristics: Generally inverted. Lots of male characters have feminine features (particularly Darwin, who also has a very feminine voice), while lots of female characters don't have any (Nicole is a full-grown woman and has a completely flat chest).
** Lampshaded at the end of "The Coach".
* ThereAreNoTherapists: {{Double Subver|sion}}ted thanks to [[AdultsAreUseless most of the adults being useless]]- the school's counselor Mr. Small is a recurring character, but he almost always makes things much worse.
* TinyGuyHugeGirl: Carmen and Alan; she's easily twice his size. Also, Coach and her husband. To a lesser degree, Gumball and Penny, who's about one and a half times as tall as him.
* TheTheTitle: Used to title the episodes, save for the holiday episodes "Halloween" and "Christmas" (though some Internet guides will still have these episodes titled as "The Halloween" and "The Christmas," even though it doesn't make sense).
* TwoTeacherSchool: Elmore Junior High only has a principal (Principal Brown), one teacher (Miss Simian), one guidance counselor (Mr. Small), one nurse (the Band-Aid Nurse), a PE instructor (introduced in season three and only referred to as "Coach"), and one guy who does everything else (Rocky). This is lampshaded in "The Bet", when it's implied Bobert preventing Brown, Simian, and Small from doing their jobs[[note]]Bobert dropped Principal Brown off in the woods, locked Miss Simian in the cafeteria freezer, and shot Mr. Small when he was out rollerblading[[/note]] cancelled school because they were literally the entire faculty.
* UglyGuyHotWife: Nicole and Richard, though Richard isn't that ugly, just fat, bald, and very stupid (much like [[TheSimpsons Homer Simpson]]).
* UnmovingPlaid: Mr. Small's rainbow-patterned shirt.
* UnnamedParent: Oddly, Gumball's parents aren't this in the actual show (they're referred to as Nicole and Richard), but both the credits and website only call them Mum (the British way of saying "Mom") and Dad. One of the writers joked that Gumball is the one who made the credits.
* VocalEvolution: Gumball and Darwin's voices both got deeper in Season 2, ''especially'' Gumball's (whose delivery also got a little more relaxed), then were changed at the start of season three after the original voice actors' (Logan Grove and Kwesi Boakye) voices started to break too much (though "The Kids" still have Grove and Boakye as the voices of Gumball and Darwin up until the end).
* VoiceOfDramatic: Parodied in one of the show's commercials, where Darwin adopts a deep, dramatic voice to narrate the commercial in the style of a movie trailer.
* WackyParentSeriousChild: Richard is the wacky parent to Anais' serious child.
* WeAllLiveInAmerica: The show's writers and most of the cast are British, while animation is done in London, Germany, and (in the first season) Ireland. Although any connection Elmore has to real life geography is [[FantasyKitchenSink tenuous at best]], it does seem to be located in the United States. However, some UsefulNotes/BritishEnglish and other culturally specific bits slip by:
** Cars are sometimes shown driving on the lane to the driver's left instead of the right.
** In "The End", Richard sees there are a bunch of people in front of them at the checkout and shouts "[[RightOnQueue Queue!]]", but the more common term in America is "line".
** In "The Laziest", a digital clock on a car radio uses a period instead of a colon, something usually only done in Germany.
** In "The Curse", a door in the Watterson's house is labelled "W.C." for water closet, which, in Europe, is a separate bathroom that just has the toilet and a sink (as opposed to most American houses that have the toilet, the sink, and the tub and/or shower all together in one room).
** In "The Car", a European fire siren (which sounds lower than the American sirens) can be heard during the scene where the Watterson house is on fire.
** In an EasterEgg in "The Remote", a sign states: "No Kung-Fu fighting in the Car Park." A "car park" is what Americans call a "parking garage" or a "parking lot."
** A bank statement shown in "The Treasure" list dates as [day]/[month], instead of the other way around.
** Nicole and Granny Jojo have an argument in "The Authority" about which way to look first before crossing the road. Granny Jojo says you see the closer oncoming cars first by looking to your ''right'', which is only true with left-handed traffic.
** In "The Tag", Richard gets out a bag of "Nacho Crisps." In America, "crisps" are referred to as potato chips.
** During the rap on "The Kids," Gumball refers to a shopping cart as a buggy, which is what it's called in the UK (though in Britain, a shopping cart is also called a "trolley").
** In "The Coach", a stammering Gumball's subtitle reads "apologised" (in America, it's spelled "apologized"). Likewise captioned bird speak in "The Extras" uses "realise" ("Dude, you do realise that I'm a guy?")
** In "The Joy", the bloodied clock shown throughout the episode uses a twenty-four hour clock[[note]]meaning that every time after noon is expressed as 1300, 1400, 1500, etc[[/note]], something more common in Europe than the US (unless you are in the military), but still uses "AM" and "PM" on top of that (which is only used for the 12-hour clock system that the US has).
** A subtle example is in "The Law" when a weatherman says the temperature is 122 degrees Fahrenheit. This seems like a randomly specific number unless you know that's almost exactly 50 degrees Celsius.
* [[WhereTheHellIsSpringfield Where The Hell Is Elmore?]]: Popular fan theory is that Elmore is located in California, mainly due to some of the neighborhood background shots were taken there. No official location is given in the show (though it's apparently close to the Pacific).
* WhyDoYouKeepChangingJobs: Most of the jobs around Elmore done by one of four people: Larry (cashier or clerk), Rocky (stuff at school, usually the janitor), a blue thing named Pantsbully (construction), or a elderly, pink muffin lady (interviews for jobs and product testing).
** {{Lampshaded}} in "The Finale" when Larry says that any time he so much as looks at a Watterson something terrible happens, and that's why he goes through so many jobs.
* WorldOfWeirdness: The town of Elmore, where anything can (and will) come to life or spontaneously evolve from pet to family member. Not to mention the wackiness that happens from day to day.