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* "THIS BIRD IS OUT OF CONTROL!!!" [[labelnote:Explanation]]In "The Shippening", Gumball and Darwin finds made up characters named Zachariah and Bexi, the line "THIS BIRD IS OUT OF CONTROL!!!" is Bexi's Catchphrase.[[/labelnote]]

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* "THIS BIRD IS OUT OF CONTROL!!!" [[labelnote:Explanation]]In "The Shippening", Gumball and Darwin finds made up characters named Zachariah and Bexi, the line "THIS BIRD IS OUT OF CONTROL!!!" is Bexi's Catchphrase.[[/labelnote]]
* You have lost penis privilege [[labelnote:Explanation]]A shot of Gumball and Darwin holding scissors taken from one scene of ''"The Petals"'', which, when combined with the above caption, implies that the two are going to [[GroinAttack cut off the other person's penis.]] Used to tell someone else that their joke was bad or unfunny or as a way to say DudeNotFunny for a tasteless joke.
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* "[=GB644=]", the production code for the series finale [[note]]The show's production codes are composed by "GB" (abbreviation for Gumball), the season number (1-6) and the episode number in the production order of that season, which is not always the airing number. For example, "The Quest" was the first episode produced in Season 1, so its production code is [=GB101=], even though it was the seventh episode aired. The last season is the sixth and it has 44 episodes.[[/note]]. Fans jokingly say something will happen in the finale, like "Ocho dies in [=GB644=]" or "Rachel comes back in [=GB644=]".

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* "[=GB644=]", the production code for the series finale [[note]]The show's production codes are composed by "GB" (abbreviation for Gumball), the season number (1-6) and the episode number in the production order of that season, which is not always the airing number. For example, "The Quest" was the first episode produced in Season 1, so its production code is [=GB101=], even though it was the seventh episode aired. The last season is the sixth and it has 44 episodes.[[/note]]. Fans Before the actual series ending, fans jokingly say said something will would happen in the finale, like "Ocho dies in [=GB644=]" or "Rachel comes back in [=GB644=]".[=GB644=]". The actual finale is "The Inquisition". These two examples end up being HilariousInHindsight, since while the former didn't directly happen, [[spoiler: everyone in Elmore supposedly died after the Void consumed it]], and the latter happened in ''WesternAnimation/DarwinsYearbook'' (clips from "The Party" with her are shown and Tobias says she's [[spoiler:in college]]).


* The "I am a man!" scene in "The Castle" where Darwin lets out high-pitched shrieks of anger in response to Gumball mocking his voice has inspired many parodies with characters from other media.

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* The Many people have had characters from other series recreate the "I am a man!" scene in "The Castle" where Darwin lets out high-pitched shrieks of anger in response to Gumball mocking his voice has inspired many parodies with characters from other media.voice.


* Carlton and Troy's [[EstablishingCharacterMoment introduction poses]] in "The Sweater" has become a source for 'draw your {{OTP}}' memes.

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* [[https://theamazingworldofgumball.fandom.com/wiki/File:Thesweaterspreview2.PNG Carlton and Troy's Troy]]'s [[EstablishingCharacterMoment introduction poses]] in "The Sweater" has become a source for 'draw your {{OTP}}' memes.


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* "[=GB644=]", the production code for the series finale [[note]]The show's production codes are composed by "GB" (abbreviation for Gumball), the season number (1-6) and the episode number in the production order of that season, which is not always the airing number. For example, "The Quest" was the first episode produced in Season 1, so its production code is [=GB101=], even though it was the seventh episode aired. The last season is the sixth and it has 44 episodes.[[/note]]. Fans jokingly say something will happen in the finale, like "Ocho dies in [=GB644=]" or "Rachel comes back in [=GB644=]".

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* "[=GB644=]", the production code for the series finale [[note]]The show's production codes are composed by "GB" (abbreviation for Gumball), the season number (1-6) and the episode number in the production order of that season, which is not always the airing number. For example, "The Quest" was the first episode produced in Season 1, so its production code is [=GB101=], even though it was the seventh episode aired. The last season is the sixth and it has 44 episodes.[[/note]]. Fans jokingly say something will happen in the finale, like "Ocho dies in [=GB644=]" or "Rachel comes back in [=GB644=]".[=GB644=]".
* "THIS BIRD IS OUT OF CONTROL!!!" [[labelnote:Explanation]]In "The Shippening", Gumball and Darwin finds made up characters named Zachariah and Bexi, the line "THIS BIRD IS OUT OF CONTROL!!!" is Bexi's Catchphrase.[[/labelnote]]


* "This just went from unconfortable to unnaceptable". [[labelnote:Explanation]]Gumball says this in "The Misunderstandings", after some construction men keep giving him strange compliments[[/labelnote]]

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* "This just went from unconfortable to unnaceptable". [[labelnote:Explanation]]Gumball says this in "The Misunderstandings", after some the three construction men keep giving him strange compliments[[/labelnote]]



* "BONELESS CHICKEN!" [[labelnote:Explanation]]Yelled by a Joyful Burger employee in "The Father"[[/labelnote]]

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* "BONELESS CHICKEN!" [[labelnote:Explanation]]Yelled by a Joyful Burger employee employee, the pear woman, in "The Father"[[/labelnote]]



* "Piercings! YOLO! Hashtag! [=MP3=]! Tweets! Selfies! Skinny jeans! L-O-" [[labelnote]]Principal Brown trying to be cool and hip in "The Fraud", before he gets hit with a tray by Mr. Small[[/labelnote]]

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* "Piercings! YOLO! Hashtag! [=MP3=]! Tweets! Selfies! Skinny jeans! L-O-" [[labelnote]]Principal [[labelnote:Explanation]]Principal Brown trying to be cool and hip in "The Fraud", before he gets hit with a tray by Mr. Small[[/labelnote]]


* Nicole died in "The Choices". [[labelnote:Explanation]]In "The Choices", Nicole dies twice in her alternate choices; one when choking in a butterfly, and other when going on motorcycles without a helmet. The fandom started jokingly treating it as if she was permanently killed and written off the show, and that's why [[OutOfFocus she appeared so little at the time]].[[/labelnote]]

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* Nicole died in "The Choices". [[labelnote:Explanation]]In "The Choices", Nicole dies twice thrice in her alternate choices; one when choking in a butterfly, and other one when going on motorcycles without a helmet.helmet, and one when she hugged someone with a disease. The fandom started jokingly treating it as if she was permanently killed and written off the show, and that's why [[OutOfFocus she appeared so little at the time]].[[/labelnote]]


* "Calm down sis, it's just a toy". '''''[[VoiceOfTheLegion "NO IT'S NOT."]]''''' [[labelnote:Explanation]]Gumball and Darwin say the first sentence to Anais after Tobias drops her doll off the bus window. She says the second sentence after that.[[/labelnote]]

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* "Calm down sis, it's just a toy". '''''[[VoiceOfTheLegion "NO IT'S NOT."]]''''' [[labelnote:Explanation]]Gumball and Darwin say says the first sentence to Anais after Tobias drops her doll off the bus window. She says the second sentence after that.[[/labelnote]]


* Carlton and Troy's [[EstablishingCharacterMoment introduction poses]] in "The Sweater" has become a source for 'draw y"our OTP' memes.

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* Carlton and Troy's [[EstablishingCharacterMoment introduction poses]] in "The Sweater" has become a source for 'draw y"our OTP' your {{OTP}}' memes.


** [[https://www.deviantart.com/radiumiven/art/The-Crown-The-True-Booette-766480558 This comic]] where a [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Boo]] puts the crown to become "Booette", and turns out becoming Carrie. She gives a FlatWhat after it. This also references [[https://theamazingworldofgumball.wikia.com/wiki/File:1411423861401.png her early design]] resembling Boo.

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** * [[https://www.deviantart.com/radiumiven/art/The-Crown-The-True-Booette-766480558 This comic]] where a [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Boo]] puts the crown to become "Booette", and turns out becoming Carrie. She gives a FlatWhat after it. This also references [[https://theamazingworldofgumball.wikia.com/wiki/File:1411423861401.png her early design]] resembling Boo.

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* "Piercings! YOLO! Hashtag! [=MP3=]! Tweets! Selfies! Skinny jeans! L-O-" [[labelnote]]Principal Brown trying to be cool and hip in "The Fraud", before he gets hit with a tray by Mr. Small[[/labelnote]]
** "That is so refrigerated! You guys are riddled with disease! We should very much be suspended in an exterior environment."


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** [[https://www.deviantart.com/radiumiven/art/The-Crown-The-True-Booette-766480558 This comic]] where a [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Boo]] puts the crown to become "Booette", and turns out becoming Carrie. She gives a FlatWhat after it. This also references [[https://theamazingworldofgumball.wikia.com/wiki/File:1411423861401.png her early design]] resembling Boo.


* "[=GB644=]", the production code for the series finale [[note]]The show's production codes are composed by "GB" (abbreviation for Gumball), the season number (1-6) and the episode number in the production order of that season, which is not always the airing number. For example, "The Quest" was the first episode produced in Season 1, so its production code is [=GB101=], even though it was the seventh episode aired.[[/note]]. Fans jokingly say something will happen in the finale, like "Ocho dies in [=GB644=]" or "Rachel comes back in [=GB644=]".

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* "[=GB644=]", the production code for the series finale [[note]]The show's production codes are composed by "GB" (abbreviation for Gumball), the season number (1-6) and the episode number in the production order of that season, which is not always the airing number. For example, "The Quest" was the first episode produced in Season 1, so its production code is [=GB101=], even though it was the seventh episode aired. The last season is the sixth and it has 44 episodes.[[/note]]. Fans jokingly say something will happen in the finale, like "Ocho dies in [=GB644=]" or "Rachel comes back in [=GB644=]".


* "GB644", the production code for the series finale [[note]]The show's production codes are composed by "GB" (abbreviation for Gumball), the season number (1-6) and the episode number in the production order of that season, which is not always the airing number. For example, "The Quest" was the first episode produced in Season 1, but the seventh aired. Since it was the first episode produced in S1, its production code is GB101.[[/note]]. Fans jokingly say something will happen in the finale, like "Ocho dies in GB644" or "Rachel comes back in GB644".

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* "GB644", "[=GB644=]", the production code for the series finale [[note]]The show's production codes are composed by "GB" (abbreviation for Gumball), the season number (1-6) and the episode number in the production order of that season, which is not always the airing number. For example, "The Quest" was the first episode produced in Season 1, but the seventh aired. Since it was the first episode produced in S1, so its production code is GB101.[=GB101=], even though it was the seventh episode aired.[[/note]]. Fans jokingly say something will happen in the finale, like "Ocho dies in GB644" [=GB644=]" or "Rachel comes back in GB644".[=GB644=]".


--> '''Internet''': YOLO.

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--> '''Internet''': YOLO.YOLO.
* Little Teddy in "The Safety", a StylisticSuck video about a teddy bear who keeps getting in trouble for not being safe. [[https://i.ytimg.com/vi/nMqPfKDg2Ks/maxresdefault.jpg Plus, the kids' reactions to it]].
* "GB644", the production code for the series finale [[note]]The show's production codes are composed by "GB" (abbreviation for Gumball), the season number (1-6) and the episode number in the production order of that season, which is not always the airing number. For example, "The Quest" was the first episode produced in Season 1, but the seventh aired. Since it was the first episode produced in S1, its production code is GB101.[[/note]]. Fans jokingly say something will happen in the finale, like "Ocho dies in GB644" or "Rachel comes back in GB644".

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