Gumball and Darwin learn that it isn't wise to upset Hector, Elmore's resident Giant.
Gumball and Tobias compete for Penny's affection by putting on the lamest duel in history.
When Mom discovers Gumball has no ambition she is determined to turn him into a winner.
When Gumball sees Leslie with Penny, he is overcome with uncontrollable jealousy.
Darwin lends his pen to Banana Joe but, when it comes back chewed, Gumball's thoughts turn to revenge.
When Gumball and Darwin get their first cell phone, they foolishly give out their number to super-intense Ocho.
Dad gets his first job as a pizza delivery guy, which rocks the very fabric of the universe.
The Wattersons' battle for possession of the TV remote gets dirty.
Carrie takes Gumball, Darwin and Anais to a real haunted house party on Halloween!
Anais uncovers a secret that she's convinced will lead her to the Watterson's hidden family treasure.
For once in his life Gumball is the one who's owed an apology...from Ms Simian!
Darwin is too polite to speak his mind, so Gumball teaches him to be direct via an epic battle of insults.
Gumball and Darwin make friends with classmate Clayton, a compulsive liar who can shape-change!
When Bobert becomes Gumball's servant for a week, Gumball realizes robots obey everyone's command... even if that means destroying you!
Santa Claus is coming to town. Unfortunately he gets run over by the Wattersons, so it's up to them to save Christmas.
Gumball and Darwin learn that getting a family heirloom back off an old man is harder than you might think.
Envious of his rustic lifestyle, Gumball invites Idaho over to teach the Wattersons how to live like a potato.
When Gumball is left by Darwin to get a pounding from Tina, he decides to teach Darwin a lesson.
Granny JoJo's overprotective behavior puts the Wattersons in danger...from themselves.
Gumball thinks Teri is way too scared of germs, but one's coming after him, and it wants revenge.
Gumball and Darwin race home to spend quality time with Anais, but every likely obstacle gets in way... and some unlikely ones too!
Gumball and Darwin are determined to prove to their dad that he is their hero, at any cost!
When Gumball blames Darwin for kissing Penny in his dream it threatens to tear apart their friendship, the only place you can fix a dream problem is in the dream world.
During a quest to retrieve a loaned video game, Darwin begins to suspect that he is trapped playing second fiddle to Gumball.
It's school picture day and Gumball has until 3pm to take one good photo - or have his legacy ruined forever.
Gumball and Darwin get caught in the middle of Dad and Mr Robinson's trashcan feud.
Love is in the air and Gumball is caught in the center of an emotional hurricane - literally!
Gumball and Darwin get put in detention and quickly find it's more like prison than school. And there's only one thing to do in prison... ESCAPE!
The Wattersons embark on their first family game of Dodge or Dare, but soon find out why Gumball and Darwin abandoned the monster they created.
The Watterson family faces Mom's wrath in a supermarket.
When Gumball and Darwin receive a scary email, everyone is a suspect... including themselves!
Darwin has promised to play video games with Gumball, but there is a Banana Joe-shaped problem...
When Mom is away "anything goes" and Dad's lack of rules soon attracts unwelcome houseguests.
Gumball and Darwin try to understand Juke's urgent Beatbox message, but why won't he just speak English?!!
Gumball and Darwin fail to make some instant homemade movie classics.
Gumball and Darwin's reputation is challenged and they really couldn't care less...
Gumball accidentally uploads a video of himself, and then demands The Internet take it down...personally!
The Watterson kids come up with a fool-proof plan to save their mom, but is it Gumball-proof?
The amazing world of Elmore is full of inanimate objects that aren't nearly as inanimate as you might hope!
The Wattersons are surprised to discover that their past actions have consequences.
Gumball and Darwin’s voices may be breaking, but they’re showing no signs of growing up. Whilst Gumball and Darwin make fun of Mom and Dad for being old, their voices start to break. They try to ignore it, but everybody they meet reacts to their new and unpredictable voices. Gumball and Darwin finally decide to make the most of their childhood whilst there's still time.
Sarah, the new kid in school, is Gumball and Darwin’s number one, slightly obsessive, fan. Sarah is intensely following Gumball and Darwin around trying to win their friendship. When Gumball tells her that she is acting like a stalker, she embraces it and actually takes it up a notch. However, when Gumball and Darwin realise that she's behaving this way because she's lonely, they go to surprising lengths to make her feel accepted.
The new coach at Elmore High stands up to Jamie. The new Coach witnesses Jamie bullying the other kids at lunch and steps in. Jamie is made to apologise, much to the amazement of the other kids. Gumball and Darwin worry about Jamie seeking revenge, especially when they see him sneaking into the back of Coach's car. They use their newly acquired gym skills to save the Coach from being bullied.
Miss Simian has to save herself from a contagious Joy virus infecting the whole school. After Dad gives Gumball and Darwin a special hug, the kids go to school filled with a virulent form of Joy. Miss Simian quickly identifies the terrible affliction, and soon enough it spreads to the other kids. She has to find a cure before it's too late. Before Ms Simian herself is won over by . . . Joy.
The kids finally get the puppy they always wanted, except . . . it’s actually a turtle, and it hates them. After begging Dad for a puppy, the kids are taken aback when he comes home with a turtle. Despite the fact that the turtle turns out to be extremely aggressive (especially toward Gumball) they try their best to give it the love it deserves. This achieves nothing. The Evil Turtle escapes and goes on a rampage, and they have to find it before it destroys Elmore.
Gumball and Darwin discover the secret behind Anton’s immortality. Anton's little toasty body disintegrates during a swim class. When Gumball and Darwin see Anton the next day, as good as new, they set out to discover his secret. It turns out that his parents use a special formula to bake new Antons when necessary. So the kids test it out at home and end up baking a clone army whose leader - Ant-one - wants to destroy Anton and take over the world.
When Mom reveals Gumball's real name is Zach, Gumball adopts a cheesy, annoying persona to match the name. His family tries to make him remember the old Gumball as this new Zach persona is progressively taking over Gumball's life and erasing his memories. If they can't reach him in time, the old Gumball will disappear forever and they'll be left with Zach!
It’s quiet a day for Gumball and Darwin and the background characters finally get their chance to shine. Nothing much is happening for Gumball and Darwin and the background characters in Elmore seize their moment. An array of diverse characters you may have noticed lurking in the background of Gumball and Darwin's adventures finally let their voices be heard. A series of sketches include some tennis crowd extras, two pizzas in love and The Bacon Guy.
The kids complain so much they become actual charity cases. Gumball is in such a bad mood that it spreads to Darwin, who joins him in complaining about everything. Their constant moaning grabs the attention of the good people of Elmore. Mistaking Gumball and Darwin for genuine kids in need, they put on a benefit and raise money for them. How do Gumball and Darwin confess there's been a mix-up without inciting a riot?!!
The Wattersons set off on a relaxing vacation and end up running for their lives! The Wattersons are swapping scary stories on a family vacation, when their car breaks down in the middle of the desert. They are left with no alternative but to trust a complete stranger, whose appearance matches the scary guy in Mom's story. When the stranger brings them to a derelict gas station, just as he did in mom's made-up scary story, the Wattersons can no longer pretend the story isn't coming true . . .
Gumball and Darwin discover Principal Brown’s diploma is a fake. When Gumball and Darwin discover his diploma is fake, Principal Brown is determined to keep their discovery a secret. He offers them all sorts of "incentives" to keep quiet but the truth is they really don't care whether the diploma is real or not. Mistaking their disinterest as "playing hard to get" Principal Brown resorts to increasingly desperate measures to ensure Gumball and Darin play ball.
When Gumball and Darwin investigate a missing classmate, they discover a far greater mystery . . . about Elmore. Gumball and Darwin start noticing small details around Elmore High that don't add up. They come to the conclusion that Molly has disappeared, even though nobody else remembers her ever having existed. Mr Small confirms their suspicions and tells them that things are not always what they seem in Elmore. They set off on a quest to rescue Molly in an alternate dimension, and soon need rescuing themselves!
Gumball and Darwin help Rocky land an office job so that his dad, Mr. Robinson, will be proud of him. After a health scare the kids decide to reunite Mr Robinson with his son. Mr Robinson has always seen Rocky as a disappointment so when Gumball and Darwin help him land a corporate job at Chanax, he is thrilled. However the Chanax corporation is not quite what it seems. Can Gumball and Darwin rescue Rocky before he becomes a corporate drone for all eternity . . .
Clayton is a compulsive liar, but Gumball discovers he wasn’t lying about his awesome martial arts move. Gumball confronts Clayton about his fabled Seven Pressure Point Heart Exploding Technique, assuming it’s another one of his outlandish claims. Darwin and Gumball intervene to help Clayton start embracing the truth. However, when they discover the move is as effective as he claimed, they really wish he’d been lying.
Donut Cop shows Gumball and Darwin that the smallest misdemeanour can lead to a breakdown in law. Gumball jaywalks and is pulled over by Donut Cop. When Gumball objects he is told that even the smallest misdemeanor can lead to a breakdown in law. In an effort to impress the kids Donut Cop takes them for a ride-along in his cop car and gets carried away, progressively breaking the law himself. He soon proves that the tiniest offense can indeed snowball into complete lawlessness!
Gumball needs to find a cure for Darwin’s allergy before he sneezes Elmore off the map. Darwin starts sneezing repeatedly and it seems he can't stop. The Wattersons figure maybe he's allergic to something. After a few guesses, they come to the conclusion that he is allergic to stupidity. Being surrounded by stupid people, this is something of a problem. And they need to find a solution before Darwin's increasingly explosive sneezes destroy the town.
It’s Mother’s Day and kids put their moms through a series of tests to determine who has the World’s Greatest Mom. It's Mother's Day, and Gumball and Darwin discover that Tobias and Banana Joe have both made a card for "The Best Mom in the World". Clearly Nicole Watterson is the Best Mom, but Tobias and BJ just won't admit it... So they organise a mom-off at the mall between Nicole, Banana Barbara and Jackie Wilson. Needless to say it gets pretty intense.
Gumball and Darwin are shocked to discover that Anais is Dad’s favourite child. Mom has forced Dad to install a password on the computer. The pop-up clue advises them that the password is the name of Dad's favorite child. After trying "Gumball" and "Darwin" unsuccessfully, they discover the answer is, in fact, "Anais". They are determined to become Dad's favorites by any means necessary, even if it means undermining each other, plotting against Anais or driving a wedge between mom and dad . . .
Gumball and Darwin go to extraordinary lengths to avoid taking out the trash. Gumball and Darwin are offended when Mom calls them “procrastinators”, once she’s told them what it means. They promise to take the trash out by the time she gets home. As the clock slowly counts down, they discover that they will go to extraordinary lengths, no matter how inane, to avoid the task in hand.
Gumball inadvertently cracks open Penny’s shell and discovers who she really is inside . . . While performing a school play, Gumball is so nervous about kissing Penny that he accidentally headbutts her and cracks open her shell. They discover that under Penny's shell is an emotional shape-shifting inner self. Penny's father is determined for Penny to keep it hidden but Gumball encourages her to show the world who, or what, she really is . . .
Gumball and Darwin are given the job of looking after the lame school hamster. Principal Brown gives Gumball and Darwin the ancient school hamster, Chris Morris, to look after for the weekend. However they accidentally leave it at school, and take home a clump of Principal Brown’s hair instead. Surprisingly they discover it makes an excellent pet! When they realize they have left the real Chris Morris at school, they have to race to find him before their error is discovered.
Darwin gets jealous of Gumball and Penny’s relationship. When Darwin and Gumball reveal how they’d spend their perfect day, Gumball confesses that he would spend it with Penny. Darwin gets jealous and sets out to dig some dirt on Penny, hoping it will split them up. Meanwhile Gumball is planning to step his and Penny’s relationship up a notch . . . by proposing marriage!
When Gumball refuses to forward a scare email, the curse becomes all too real. Gumball receives a scare email from a freaky ghost and decides to ignore it despite Darwin's advice. He refuses to admit it but the curse starts to come true and his whole family gets dragged into another dimension. Gumball and Darwin, with help from Carrie, set out to save their family.
It’s Granny Jojo’s Birthday and she’s brought an unexpected guest to dinner. Granny Jojo has brought a boyfriend to her birthday meal and Dad isn’t happy about it. He bans Granny JoJo from ever seeing Louis again. When the kids get caught sneaking Granny Jojo out of the house, Dad challenges Louis to a man-off to prove once and for all who is the man of the house?!!
The Wattersons have had a bad day, but it turns out Larry has too and it’s about to get worse . . . for everyone! The Wattersons complain about their day and order a pizza from Larry. When they call to complain about their late pizza it’s the final straw for Larry and he quits all of his jobs. Elmore’s fragile commercial structure collapses and the citizens revert to a more primitive apocalyptic state.
Gumball and Anais invent a new holiday to beat the January blues. The citizens of Elmore are feeling down because it’s January, so Gumball and Anais invent a new holiday called Sluzzle Tag. The whole town embrace this festival and get excited about the arrival of the Sluzzle Dude; leaving it to Gumball and Anais to keep everyone’s Sluzzle Tag dreams alive.
Gumball learns the true meaning of the butterfly effect. In Biology class, Gumball and Darwin are waiting for a butterfly to emerge from its chrysalis. Miss Simian warns them about the Butterfly Effect whereby the flap of an insect’s wings can start a tornado on the other side of the world. Paying no heed, Gumball releases the emergent butterfly into the wild, where it causes havoc upon Elmore.
Gumball and Darwin seek the answer to the biggest question of all: what is the meaning of life? They need to understand the point of their lives, so resolve to seek advice from everyone in Elmore. They ask people, animals and even planets but their answer comes from an unexpected source.
Gumball doesn’t believe anyone could be as nice as Alan and sets out to find his breaking point. Gumball and Darwin teach Anais and her new friend how to become friends but realize he might not be so imaginary after all.
Gumball and Darwin help Anais make up an imaginary friend who turns out to be all too real. Anais throws a party but no-one shows up as she has no friends or social skills. Gumball and Darwin help Anais make up an imaginary friend who, much to all their surprise, appears in front of them. Gumball and Darwin teach Anais and her new friend how to become friends, but soon realise that he might not be so imaginary after all...
Banana Barbara has made a prophecy which Gumball simply cannot accept. Gumball, Darwin and Anais discover that Banana Joe’s mom paints pictures which predict the future. When they find one that depicts Gumball running naked through the mall, Gumball is determined not to let it come to pass. However events conspire against him, and Gumball learns that sometimes you can’t fight fate.
Darwin watches a Health and Safety video and gets carried away. When Mr Small shows a health and safety video in class, Darwin becomes obsessed with the idea of keeping the Wattersons safe. He tries to protect them from the world around them and soon Darwin’s over-protective control-freakery spreads to every corner of Elmore. The Wattersons have no choice but to overthrow his despotic regime.
Gumball is convinced there is a Secret Society in school and he wants in. Things aren’t going Gumball’s way at school so he assumes there must be a Secret Society that gives preferential treatment to its own members. He tries everything to uncover this non-existent society, making everyone’s lives miserable in the process. Eventually, in an attempt to restore some peace, the pupils and teachers decide to give him exactly what he wants.
Can Gumball and Darwin get through a whole week without somebody ruining the movie they’re planning to see? Gumball and Darwin have spent all their pocket money, so will have to wait until the following weekend to see "The Screamening." It"s the scariest film of the year. The only problem is everyone else has seen it, and won't stop talking about it. Gumball is determined to avoid all spoilers. Will he succeed?
Gumball and Darwin are running late for school but need to arrive in time to avoid expulsion. Gumball and Darwin hit snooze too many times on their alarm clock and miss the school-bus. Miss Simian has threatened to expel them if they don’t get to school on time. A mysterious clock appears showing exactly how long they have to get to school. When it looks like they aren’t going to make it in time, they stop the clock which effects the space/time continuum.
Gumball and Darwin discover they have an uninvited house guest. Things keep going missing in the house, so it’s up to Gumball and Darwin to find the culprit. They discover that a mysterious person has been secretly living in their home. Gumball and Darwin manage to turn this confused squatter into their mortal enemy . . .
Gumball is in a funk that is proving hard to shake. Gumball refuses to get out of bed because he is in a lousy mood. When his family try to cheer him up Gumball wishes they’d all just disappear and, inexplicably, they do. At first he enjoys the solitude and doing just as he pleases but soon his mood threatens to take control of him completely.
Gumball is jealous when Darwin discovers a hidden musical talent, and he may not be the only one. Darwin joins the school marching band, and his tin-whistle talent lands him the solo. Gumball misses having his friend to goof off with and tries to get rehearsal cancelled. So when Darwin’s whistle is sabotaged nobody believes Gumball is innocent. Gumball, meanwhile, sets out to find the true culprit, or there may be no encore.
The Wattersons have run out of money and are torn between being broke and selling out. Richard has lost all of the family’s money. Nicole is happy for the Wattersons to appear in a Joyful Burger commercial for some much needed cash. However Gumball protests as he is convinced it’s selling out. He persuades the family to stick to their principles, but they find sticking to a tiny budget even harder.
To impress the mother of Anais’ playdate, Nicole forces her family to get classy. Nicole arranges a playdate for Anais with the son of a classy lady she met at the supermarket. She hopes that socializing with the right sort of people will help her children climb Elmore’s social ladder. The Wattersons try to impress, but ultimately cannot help revealing their true natures. The grown-ups become convinced they want nothing more to do with each other, just as Anais and her playdate discover how much they have in common.
Dad is in charge of getting the kids to their first day back at school on time, but he's overslept and now he can't find Gumball, Darwin or Anais anywhere. He sets about retracing his steps from the day before to work out where they might be.
Gumball and Darwin discover that Rob, who once swore to wreak vengeance on them, has been trying to destroy them for some time but his traps never work. Taking pity on him, the kids make it their mission to help Rob become a better nemesis. But they do their job too well, creating a super-villain they may not be able to control.
When Gumball and Darwin decide it’s time they join a crew, they agree that the coolest posse in Elmore is the Senior Citizens. They do everything they can to fit in with them, going to extraordinary lengths to prove themselves worthy of running (well, walking very slowly) with them.
When Anais reveals that she’s in the grade above them at school, Gumball and Darwin’s eyes are suddenly opened to a whole new world of other students at Elmore Junior High. Gumball is horrified to learn that there are a bunch of characters who are barely aware of his existence and is determined to force his way into their lives.
Dad discovers that Granny Jojo and Louie are planning to get married and move to Florida. To stop this happening he adopts Louie so that he can forbid him from marrying Granny Jojo. But this triggers a series of adoptions within the family which quickly spirals out of control, and causes the unexpected return of someone from Dad’s past.
Gumball, Darwin and Anais are delighted when Grandpa Louie gives them a check for $5000. They immediately start fantasizing over what to spend it on. But when Mom and Dad say they’re going to spend the money on paying bills instead, it’s a race to the bank to see who can cash the check first.
When they find Anais training herself for a brutal showdown, Gumball and Darwin realize their sister is being pestered at school by an annoying kid, Billy. They try to teach her how to resolve the problem peacefully but Billy has other ideas.
Gumball and Darwin are devastated to learn that Mr. Robinson, their favorite person in the world, is selling his house and leaving town. When they realize that making some final happy memories with Mr. Robinson is not enough for them, they decide to stop him leaving by sabotaging the sale.
After they receive an extravagant invitation to Masami’s birthday party, Gumball and Darwin are anxious to find just the right gift for her. However, they’re not the only ones: it turns out every kid in Elmore is competing to get Masami the perfect present.
When the Wattersons arrive at the mall for a day of shopping, they struggle to find a space in the parking lot. They search for a space everywhere using all their intelligence, cunning and trickery but as the day goes on, the desperate hunt for a space becomes more important than the trip to the mall itself.
Mom and the kids depart for their hard day’s work, leaving a seemingly lazy Dad half-asleep on the sofa. Mom has given him one very simple job: buy mayonnaise. However, Dad manages to turn this mundane task into an epic quest, showing that his daily routine isn’t as inactive as his family imagine.
Gumball and Darwin see an advert for the latest, cutting-edge Bobert operating system and excitedly talk Bobert into downloading it. At first it seems like a massive improvement, but the many flaws in the new operating system become increasingly apparent.
Gumball is the star of his own comic, but struggles to match up to his heroic alter-ego.
After Gumball convinces himself that Penny doesn’t love him as much as she used to, he decides to put together a romantic quest to remind her of all the good times they’ve had together. But Gumball’s romantic gesture backfires, landing Penny and maybe their relationship in serious peril.
Gumball and Darwin try to tear themselves away from the internet, but end up falling down the Elmore Stream-hole.
Gumball decides that the best way to prove to Mr. Fitzgerald that he’s good enough for Penny is to become his apprentice for the day. The problem is Mr. Fitzgerald has an important interview and Gumball’s enthusiastic attempts to help him might actually do more harm than good, both to Mr. Fitzgerald’s business and to Gumball’s future with Penny.
When Darwin taunts Gumball about how predictable he is, Gumball tries to prove he can still surprise his buddy. He thinks greeting a kid he barely knows with a hug will do the trick. He’s right but doesn’t see the awkward social repercussions of the hug coming.
Gumball and Darwin try to find a single nice quality about their neighbor, Mrs Robinson.
When Alan ditches Gumball to do something more fun, Gumball is desperate to track him down and make him pay for his betrayal.
When Mom and Dad struggle to keep hyperactive, toddler-aged Gumball from trashing the house and exhausting them, they decide to buy him a pet. It works, but there’s a problem: every goldfish they get him is short-lived, and inevitably ends up being flushed down the toilet.
The Origins Part 2
Via the sewers, Darwin finds himself flushed out to sea. He is terrified but determined to make his way back to the Wattersons. However, a fish can’t get very far on land so Darwin will have to do millions of years of evolution in a matter of hours if he’s going to get home safe and sound.
Jamie has decided she needs a sweetheart and, unlucky for him, she has decided Darwin is the best candidate.
Mr. Small feels that he hasn’t inspired the children of Elmore Junior High, so Gumball and Darwin try to lift his spirits.
Gumball develops a strange stutter, and it makes him accidentally offend Darwin.
Anais has made a new friend, but Gumball and Darwin aren’t sure their relationship is equal.
The residents of Elmore search for the meaning of love.
Gumball is walking in the same direction as Hot Dog Guy, and with each step it becomes increasingly awkward.
A breaking news report tells the Wattersons that their neighbor is among the several mysterious disappearances happening across Elmore. Their search for clues leads them to find a strange egg, which they soon discover belongs to their own Evil Turtle. The family realize it’s their responsibility to track down their pet before she and her brood do more damage to the town.
Gumball and Darwin discover Tobias is doing way better than them in an online game called Galatrek. Tobias admits he earns good points doing chores for his parents, which he then exchanges for dollars to buy cool stuff for Galatrek. If Gumball and Darwin do Tobias' chores they can earn his good points and use them for Galatrek. Gumball and Darwin think they’ve hit the jackpot. But these good points may not be quite as good as Tobias claims.
When Rocky suggests the Elmore Junior High kids skip school, the bus is boarded by criminals, who seem to want to teach them the importance of school attendance. The masked culprits are clearly the children’s parents faking a heist to teach them a lesson. But when the police get involved for real, it becomes clear the parents aren’t the ones pulling the strings.
As night falls in Elmore, the Moon takes us on a tour through the various dreams and nightmares of the town’s slumbering inhabitants. Each character's dream shows us their innermost desires, their greatest fears or just how plain weird they are.
Gumball has misunderstood about his date with Penny. He thought they were meeting for dinner but they were actually meeting for lunch at a Diner called Dinner. He runs to the mall but everyone he meets on the way seems to misunderstand him in a different way. Once he finally does get to the mall, it seems all his misunderstandings have caught up with him.
When Mom sees Darwin gazing longingly at a fish-tank, she thinks their mammalian lifestyle isn’t fulfilling her adopted son and deep down he longs to connect with his fishy roots. So the family try to reconnect him with his aquatic culture. They try fish-food, fish-language and even fish clothes. But when none of it works, they realize they may have to let him go.
Gumball gives Billy his first taste of videogames but the sheer excitement causes him to pass out. His mother Felicity summons the PTA and threatens to ban video games all across Elmore. Gumball and Darwin are given three chances to prove that videogames can be a force for good. But when they fail, they decide to prove books can be just as dangerous.
Tobias follows every single high-five with a butt-slap. So when Gumball doesn’t get one, he feels insulted. He tries to get Tobias to slap his rear all day but when it doesn’t work he decides they need some enforced one-on-one bro-time to build their relationship up to a butt-slap.
Anais arrives in the bedroom to find a messy crime-scene and her Daisy doll missing. She realizes Gumball and Darwin are the chief suspects. Following a series of clues is her only chance to track them down and her only hope of learning what happened to Daisy. But as the mystery unravels, it seems the culprits may have turned on each other.
When an unknown figure shows up and insults their Mom, the kids are expecting a massive showdown but are surprised when Mom chooses the path of peace. Mom explains Yuki, Masami’s mother, is an old school friend and repeatedly refuses to fight her, despite further provocation. However when Yuki threatens to get Mom fired from her job, Mom has no choice but to partake in a rematch of a karate match her and Yuki had fought as children.
A compilation of some of the funniest, most bizarre clips uploaded onto the internet by the people of Elmore. Clips include Banana Joe’s self-choreographed acrobatics, Richard’s latest culinary invention and Gumball and Darwin’s contest for who can pull the weirdest face.
Fed up with having to listen to Molly’s long, tedious anecdotes, Gumball and Darwin try to teach her how to make them sound more exciting. When this doesn’t work, they decide their only option is to give Molly a story worth telling.
When Rob purchases a universal remote from the Awesome Store, he discovers can control the entire universe. He rewinds into the past and remembers Gumball had left him in The Void, leaving him scarred and in his current mutated shape. He uses the universal remote to destroy Gumball’s life, whilst Gumball has to figure out what’s going on before he’s ejected once and for all.
When we last saw Gumball, he was hitting rewind on Rob’s Universal Remote just in time to save himself from being trapped in The Void. The remote has now taken Gumball back to the beginning of that disastrous day. Armed with the knowledge of what this day has in store, he must try and stop Rob from destroying his life.
Gumball and Darwin put Anais’ new friend, Josh, through a series of tests, to see if he’s good enough for their sister. However, when the boys’ extreme methods start freaking Josh out, he questions whether being Anais’s friend is worth the trouble. So Gumball and Darwin end up having to convince Josh to give Anais a second chance.
Gumball and Darwin are convinced it’s one of those days when nothing interesting is happening. But as they walk around Elmore in search of adventure, it becomes apparent exciting things are happening just not to them.
When Gumball and Darwin accidentally find a sinister secret manifesto on Alan’s memory stick, they decide they have to foil his plan for total world domination. As the fantasy of Alan’s new world order spins out of control, Gumball and Darwin resort to desperate measures.
When a typically stressful Watterson family dinner pushes her to the edge of her sanity, Nicole starts reminiscing about the time she met Richard. Might her life have been better if she’d never stopped to talk to her future husband and taken a different path instead?
Gumball learns the Wattersons have been stealing Mr. Robinson’s wi-fi for years. When it goes down, they try and live without it but life offline proves too hard. Gumball and Darwin decide to hack their way through cyberspace to learn Mr Robinson’s passcode.
At Halloween show and tell, the class isn’t buying Gumball’s story about Gargaroth the Devourer until Carrie fakes a terrifying haunting. The kids convince the school to hire them as ghost exterminators and take their payment in Halloween candy. But when it turns out Gargaroth is real, suddenly Gumball is expected to be the town’s savior.
Gumball is livid when an online test keeps telling him that his character-type is “The Loser”. He’s convinced the only way to shake off this label is to do the opposite of everything he normally would. But Gumball suppressing his natural instincts leaves a vacuum, a Gumball-shaped hole that someone has to fill. That someone is Tobias, who starts turning the whole show into a cliched sitcom.
A chance encounter with the woman of his dreams inspires Rocky to stop living life online and find love with the help of the latest dating app. Gumball and Darwin try to help Rocky through the tricky world of online romance. In the race to find Rocky’s dream girl, they discover people can forgive almost anything when you tell them you’re acting in the name of love.
Gumball and Darwin give Bobert specific instructions to ensure he acts in a safe and responsible manner. When Bobert starts applying his robot logic to their rules, they soon realize they’re going to have to be much clearer. Or he will end up destroying them all.
Gumball and Darwin are confused when they meet Kiki and Quack, a pair of siblings that copy everything they do and say. Then they find out this copycat family is making money online from imitating the Watterson family! When they fail to encourage them to find their own identity, the Wattersons realize they need a more permanent solution.
When Darwin has lunch with Idaho, he decides to stop eating potatoes in solidarity with his brotato. However, he finds his obsession with his favourite food harder to kick than he ever imagined so Gumball decides to help his friend curb his carb cravings.
Nicole tries, and fails, to hide her disappointment when Richard and the kids fail to remember her special day. Richard has to figure out what special day he has actually forgotten and then make it a day to remember or else!
The family goes to visit Richard’s Dad. Based on his basic living standards and extended absence from Richard’s life, they assume Frankie must have done a stretch in the slammer. When Frankie comes to stay with the Wattersons, they decide the way to make him comfortable is to make him uncomfortable and turn their house into a prison.
Sick of Granny Jojo’s ugly gifts, Nicole encourages the kids to take matters into their own hands and accidentally break her latest hideous vase. But when Gumball, Darwin and Anais try to destroy it, they discover it is more robust than it seems.
Gumball catches Darwin gazing wistfully at a photo of Teri on Elmore Plus and secretly enlists Carrie to help bring them together. But when they can’t make Darwin and Teri’s love blossom naturally, they decide to make it happen supernaturally.
The Wattersons receive an unmarked package in the mail. To distract themselves from the urge to open it they all take turns to imagine what it might contain. To Mom it could mean financial freedom, to Gumball it could mean superpowers; to whoever it’s actually for, it means they’re not getting their package.
When Gumball is given a cursed videogame console, Elmore becomes trapped inside a fantasy RPG world. Gumball, Darwin and Anais have to battle their way through town, unraveling the secrets of their new virtual reality. But they’ll have to level up if they’re going to stand any chance against the mysterious final boss.
When Darwin asks Gumball to teach him how to skate, Gumball makes sure he covers every aspect of the skating lifestyle from wearing the right gear, using the right terms and choosing the right board. But when Darwin finally gets his wheels rolling, he realizes there might be one important aspect of skating Gumball hasn’t taught him.
When Gumball and Darwin realise Grandpa Louie has no friends on Elmore Plus, they feel bad so they create one called Muriel. However when Granny Jojo finds out Louie has been spending time online with another ‘woman’, Muriel not existing isn’t going to stop her from being destroyed.
Gumball, Darwin and Anais discover that Mr Wilson has been picking on their Dad for most of his life; ever since he humiliated Richard with a high school prank. The kids try to work Dad through it but when their efforts fail, they realize that getting back at Mr Wilson is the only way to break the cycle.
When Dad gives Larry’s hairdresser a bad review for saying he’s bald, he gets offered a free haircut. This inspires Gumball and Darwin to go on a reviewing spree across town, forcing Larry to give them stuff with the threat of a bad review. Just because the customer is always right doesn’t mean that what they’re doing isn’t wrong.
Miss Simian discovers a failed test from Gumball’s past that brings down his grade point average. This means he has to retake kindergarten all over again, much to her delight. But by demoting him Miss Simian has inadvertently brought herself down, and they’re left with no choice but to team up if they want things back to normal.
Gumball and Darwin discover the reason Dad’s diet wasn’t working was that he was actually on ten diets and eating a meal for each of them. They eventually manage to help him lose weight, but Richard’s newfound buffness also brings out his more obnoxious side.
Gumball discovers that Rob, his old nemesis, is “neme-seeing” someone else now. Devastated that Rob has fallen out of hate with him, Gumball refuses to accept that his ex-nemesis has moved on and does his best to sabotage Rob’s blossoming relationship with his new foe, Banana Joe.
Gumball refuses to accept he is the only kid at school that doesn’t have special powers. He convinces Mrs. Jotunheim, Hector’s mom, to take him on as his apprentice but she soon learns leaving Gumball unsupervised around magic is a big mistake.
The prize jewel on the Secret Joyful Burger menu is a mysterious burger, but to order it you need to know its name. When Larry refuses to tell them what it’s called, they go to super-sized lengths to discover it.
Gumball and Darwin are desperate to meet Ocho’s famous uncle.
When they see the school bullies making fun of Sussie, Gumball and Darwin decide to try and help her act less weird. They carefully observe her behavior and decide that the only thing they have to change is absolutely everything.
Richard discovers going into a bank whilst wearing a motorcycle helmet can land you in a lot of trouble.
The town of Elmore becomes an all-singing, all-dancing mash up. Everyone has a song inside them, but do they really need to be heard?
No matter what Gumball does, Carmen thinks she knows better. Gumball attempts to gain the moral high ground but fails spectacularly. He decides that self-improvement isn’t his style. The only option he has left is to bring Carmen down to his level.
Each member of the family thinks their demographic has it the toughest. Gumball and Darwin think guys have it the worst. Mom thinks women do. Anais thinks kids do. And Dad thinks that grown-ups do. They decide the only way to figure it out is to spend a day in each other’s shoes, no matter if they’re too-small, too-big, or high-heeled.
When Mom wins Employee of the Month at the Rainbow factory, Richard feels like he is never celebrated for all the work he does at home. Nicole is suspicious of how much he actually does, but when Richard goes on strike, his important role in keeping things under control becomes painfully clear...
When Leslie’s petals begin falling off he feels like his good looks are fading, Gumball and Darwin use everything they know about style and beauty to try and help him. The only problem is they know nothing about style or beauty. As Gumball and Darwin’s methods become more extreme, Leslie questions whether he’s prepared to make the ultimate sacrifice for beauty.
While searching the attic for items to put in their yard sale, Gumball and Darwin stumble upon a load of their old toys. Darwin is especially pleased when he finds his old puppets, Frank and Howdy. However, as Darwin starts playing with them again, Gumball gradually realizes that Frank and Howdy are actually playing with Darwin...
The Wattersons fear the worst when they are summoned to a Town Hall meeting, but are pleasantly surprised when they’re offered a brand new house. Until they discover it’s in a different state! The Mayor of Elmore has decided they are bringing down the real estate value of the entire town so the family have to prove that they’re upstanding members of the community.
The family has waited in line outside the movie theater all night. They are devastated when Larry tells them they won’t get into the first screening of the Stellar Odyssey sequel. But, hardcore fans that they are, the Wattersons are determined to be the first to see the movie and so set about battling their way to the front of the queue.
When the kids find out that Mom’s life hasn’t panned out exactly as she’d hoped, they try to make her day a bit easier by taking on her chores. However, they accidentally grab her bucket list instead of her to-do list and end up attempting to tick off all of Nicole’s life goals.
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The Wattersons look back on Anais’ first days in the Watterson house. Gumball and Darwin quickly find themselves up an opponent who is able to outsmart them at every turn.
When Gumball and Darwin track a women emerging from their home, they discover her to be a member of a gang of wise-cracking elderly friends. However, as they get closer and closer to her life, they realize they may know her already.
Gumball spends the day with Bomb Kid, who has decided Gumball is the perfect target for him and his friends to play pranks on. However he soon learns that Gumball is so gullible that pranks bounce off him.
Gumball and Darwin want to have a lazy day on the sofa, and have come up with various tricks to stop themselves having to move. Gradually more and more people arrive, seemingly to get them to move, until finally they realize that if they have to move, they’ll do it in the laziest way possible.
Gumball and Darwin are joking around, but when Tobias joins in and makes fun of Gumball, he’s incredibly offended. They explain to Tobias that to make those jokes he’d need to be higher on Gumball’s friend list. They think that’s the end of it, but Tobias is after that number one spot.
When Frankie attends a party at The Watterson’s he realizes it’s a holiday Granny Jojo made up to celebrate the day he left. Richard is feeling sad about the years he lost with Frankie so the kids try anything to cheer him up.
When the uncomfortableness between them reaches new levels, Gumball and Hot Dog Guy decide they have to confront their ongoing awkwardness by making things as awkward as possible.
When Mr. Corneille shows up to work with a mysterious bruise, Gumball and Darwin discover that he’s teacher by day and a cage fighter by night, or was until he vowed never to fight again. However, when the school is being closed for a lack of finances the boys have to try and convince him to come out retirement for one last fight.
Everything in Elmore is suddenly just various shades of grey, and things all over town are going wrong. Gumball and Darwin follow the mayhem and learn that one person was holding the whole town together: Alan. They have to restore his faith in the world to bring color back to Elmore.
When their parents all go to a charity gala at the school, the kids are locked in a classroom with a VHS tape. However, when the room starts to heat up, they need a leader to get them out of the situation and have to choose between Anais, a qualified but unpopular candidate or Gumball, a charismatic candidate with absolutely no plans.
Gumball wants Clayton to sit his detention for him, so he convinces him it’s way more exciting to be take the shapes of other people. However, Clayton begins imitating people all over town and causing mayhem. Gumball and Darwin have to convince him that the most exciting person to be is himself.
Gumball finds Penny’s laugh annoying, but can’t think of a way to tell her without offending her. When he discovers that Principal Brown has the same problem with Miss Simian’s morning breath, they decide to swap problems to save themselves from getting dumped.
When their neighbor tries to bring over a package for them, Gumball and Darwin realize they have never learned his name, and it’s way too late to ask. They try everything to figure out what it is, but when they do they find out there are bigger secrets to learn about their neighbor than just his name...
When people that barely know each other start falling in love, Gumball thinks he knows who’s behind it. He rushes to Sarah’s house and finds her writing in a magic notebook that turns everything in it into reality. When everything in Elmore gets crazier and crazier there’s only one thing for it: they have to write their way out.
Anais has been facepalming every time her family does something stupid, which has led to a serious medical condition. In fact, if she facepalms just one more time she could do her brain irreparable damage, so the Wattersons have to get through the week without doing anything idiotic.
After accidentally bumping into each other in the grocery aisle, Nicole and her parents have it out. The Wattersons discover why Nicole and her parents haven’t been on speaking terms for so long. The kids decide to bring about a reunion, in order to secure that backlog of birthday and holiday presents...
When Nicole decides to pay the cable bill in person at Chanax, she leaves specific instructions for Richard to stay in the car. However he’s far too tempted by the vending machine in the foyer to follow her advice. Chanax believes Richard is their mysterious founder and follow his every whim, leading to their inevitable demise.
Gumball and Darwin are at the convenience store considering playing truant. Larry warns them that if they don't take their education seriously they’ll end up like him. To prove his point, Larry lets Gumball and Darwin work some of his many roles to make them appreciate the value of a good education.
Gumball and Darwin argue with the Internet and make him mad. So mad in fact that he seeks to wipe out humanity and, while doing so, malfunctions! The whole of Elmore is plunged into a time before technology. It’s actually pretty nice. Will Gumball and Darwin decide to leave the internet unplugged?
Gumball and Darwin learn that Hector is not so happy being giant-sized. So they decide to help him by creating a potion that will shrink him down to the size of an average person. However creating a magic potion is not as easy as it sounds, and the results can go spectacularly wrong...
Wishing to get rid of Gumball once and for all, his nemesis Rob offers up a variety of reality, action and comedy shows featuring characters other than Gumball. Unfortunately for Rob, each one is worse than the last.
Penny’s family is unhappy that she’s decided to come out of her shell literally. And Penny wants her family to come out of their shells...also literally. They are at an impasse so who do they turn to in their time of trouble? Gumball of course! Needless to say he is way outside of his comfort zone.
Gumball and Darwin find themselves in serious trouble when they agree to everything the new kid in school says. The truth is they can’t understand a word that he says. Peter Pepperoni has been home schooled and developed a very odd way of speaking. Due to a series of misunderstandings Gumball and Darwin end up on the run from the law.
To make ends meet, the Wattersons are forced to rent out their house. However, with nowhere else to stay they decide to secretly remain at the house. When they accidentally surprise their guests, an elderly pair of fainting goats, they faint...unsurprisingly. The Wattersons fear the worst and attempt to cover up this “accident”.
It’s Halloween in Elmore. As the kids go trick or treating we see what everyone in town is up to. The ghosts and ghouls are finding it increasingly difficult to scare children, and are only scaring part-time. Can Gumball and Darwin help them get their scare back?
Gumball decides to put Mr. Small’s eco-friendly principles to the test but it doesn’t quite go as planned. Mr. Small disappears after deciding to leave the modern world behind. But on the plus side they discover that the Great Stink-Ape of Elmore Woods is definitely not extinct.
Gumball tries to convince Leslie he’s an expert on all things plant-related. However, when Leslie realizes Gumball hasn’t got a clue what he’s talking about, he decides to call his bluff. An escalation of dangerous dares and stunts ensue as they try to out-plant each other.
Richard doesn’t answer the door in time and the jobsworth delivery guy will not let him have his package. His options are to pick his package up at the depot or pay for a redelivery. Richard doesn’t like the sound of either option, so a battle of wills begins that can only end in the destruction of one or both of them.
Everyone assumes Darwin and Carrie’s relationship is doomed as they’re so different. That is, everyone except Darwin and Carrie. When Carrie’s cool ghostly ex-boyfriend turns up, Gumball decides to get Darwin to confront what’s really going on.
Anais and school psycho Jamie are accused of the same techno-crime. They are forced to team up to discover the real culprit in order to prove their innocence. After solving the case, they realize that they have more in common than they thought...
Nicole has decided it’s time to throw out the family’s refrigerator. This doesn’t go down too well with Richard, as it’s his favorite possession. When it turns out the refrigerator is also a magical storage facility for childhood emotions and memories, it makes sense that Richard is having a hard time letting go.
Dad decides to resolve the Watterson family’s differences through the power and magic of his favorite roleplaying game. As they embark on the adventure of a lifetime and battle mythical creatures, will they finally manage to put their differences aside and work together?
When Gumball and Darwin’s conversation dries up, they worry that their friendship is coming to an end. They try to find ways to get the conversation flowing again, but nothing seems to work. Maybe they have just grown apart?
Gumball, Darwin and Banana Joe investigate Banana Barbara’s mysterious disappearance and uncover an old rival’s shadowy scheme in the process.
Gumball and Darwin panic when they suspect they’ve accidentally turned Miss Simian into a cushion, by wishing upon an enchanted key ring. Surely the only way to break the curse is a confession of true love from Principal Brown. Simple!
Gumball and Darwin follow Nicole to the Rainbow Factory for Bring your Kids to Work Day. They are expecting a magical place full of dreams and wonder but it turns out to be a little less magical than they’d hoped. Despite the fact nobody wants them there, they end up saving the factory from being closed down.
Gumball and Darwin’s clothes go missing after a swimming lesson and Gumball is forced to wear a tuxedo from the lost and found office. He believes it makes him look like a certain dapper British secret agent and, together with Darwin and Bobert (and far too many wisecracks) Gumball track down the villain responsible for stealing his clothes.
Gumball and Darwin realize that the adult residents of Elmore are dangerously naive when it comes to being safe online. In fact they are in serious need of the boys help with even the simplest of tasks. And no more so than their mom, Nicole.
The boys stay up all night, even though the next day they’re supposed to be babysitting Polly, Penny’s little sister. They’re so tired that they manage to lose Polly in the blink of an eye. They desperately look for her, but find themselves in increasingly weird situations every time they accidentally nod off.
When Mr. Robinson accidentally let slip how little he cares for Gumball and Darwin, they react by giving him the cold shoulder. Surprisingly Mr. Robinson misses them and tries to win back their friendship. After a few failed attempts, Gumball and Darwin realize that Mr. Robinson’s heart is protecting him, so they give it an intense affection overload.
Darwin tries to highlight the plight of all the household objects he feels are being oppressed and maltreated by the uncaring residents of Elmore. He then decides to lead those objects in a revolt against the townspeople.
When everything goes wrong in Darwin’s life, he begins to suspect that Gumball’s bad influence might be to blame. Darwin decides to go elsewhere for guidance and finds a new mentor in Alan. But maybe it’s time Darwin started making his own decisions.
Gumball's old BFF Fuzzy, turns up on his doorstep. Darwin struggles to accept that there was someone before him and fails to contain his jealousy. But is Darwin right to mistrust Fuzzy? Does Fuzzy actually have sinister motives for reconnecting with his old BFF?
The students of Elmore Junior High find their world turned upside down when the mysterious school superintendent comes to stamp out their cartoonish ways. But who wants to be normal? Certainly not Gumball and Darwin.