This is the last season where Donielle T. Robinson admit that he hates the two. They make a deal to tell each other's girlfriends about their issues, but Principal Brown backs out on his end, causing Gumball to pester him. Before the message says who is behind all this, Gumball and Darwin end up ignoring it in favor of couch candy, then the messenger gives up in frustration. Gumball: Eh, in a minute. His body is covered in wrinkles despite not having any old age. They each clean their own faces with their tongues and share a fistbump, satisfied with the service.
Archived from on May 4, 2018. We just wait until our brains tune it out. Though I am, more than anything else, curious how the rest of the season will play out, bearing the world-ending notions in mind. This ends up leading the two to meet his parents who have an intense dislike for the government and bring them along on a heist. Note: This is the last episode that Donielle T. Darwin: I thought we weren't getting up.
Great, I didn't think you were more stern wth the grades and never ever gave an A+ but this episode deserves it. He picks up two other contraptions that are the same one he's holding in his hand to combine them into a longer version that he uses to swiftly grab a game cartridge from the shelf across the room, retracts the device with the cartridge in its grip to blow dust off of the cartridge, then extends it once again to place it in the game console in the same bookshelf. We just wait until our brains tune it out. They're two drastically different comedic faces that the show likes to swap between, but the episode finds them at a crossroads, with both spectrums pushing as far as possible until they meet right at the middle. Okay, I think I'm gonna go. Call Professor Von Drake and have him bring them to my house, sure.
While watching, however, their couch gets affected by static, knocking them off, and the camera turns, revealing it to eerily have been converted into a flat piece of painted cardboard. Ben Bocquelet retweeted an article stating that the sixth season would be its last, though the author of that article made a follow up article clarifying that there could still be more seasons. On the seventh transition, Gumball and Darwin apparently got around to doing something about it between transitions and are being thanked by a council of aliens for defeating a threat that is never revealed because Gumball transitions again before the councilman can say what it is. Then, my friend, and only then will we have earned the right to go to bed in our own juices! We're stuck here in mortal d— Look, I don't have time for this. The strange things that happened today were for a reason. Darwin: Okay, but why do you need lip balm there? Gumball: So, the phone's ringing, big deal! In a very bizarre turn of events, Gumball and Darwin think that they may have accidentally wished Miss Simian into a neck pillow.
So, what are we going to do? Before he can grab it on the second try, the shockwaves from the motion of a dragon being ridden by the two eggheads further pushes the remote away. Caller: The game is on. Nicole must also try to impress the investors who are threatening to shut down the factory. Eventually, Gumball attempts to solve their problems with a song. We'll just wait for our brains to tune it out. Gumball: Do you want your tip or not, dude? Congratulations to those who were weirdly irked by it. W-what part of that didn't make sense? The strange things that happened today were for a reason.
When that doesn't work, however, Gumball fashions a makeshift time machine and the two go back to when all their awkward encounters started. Wouldn't its time be better spent sorting out poverty or world hunger or those awful dog filters on ChatSnap? It's silly, surreal, and with a strong disregard for the fourth wall, and above all else, it's the beginning of the end. But more importantly, who would've thought the 200th episode would actually, y'know, deliver on the front of being the 200th episode? Gumball: Can we just not do this right now? But we don't talk about them. I also didn't even bother to ask Gumball and Darwin about what their special 200th episode was about. Unfortunately, their scheduled programming has been replaced by a documentary on the Swedish sheet metal industry, so Gumball tries to reach for his remote, but several activities outside, including the world collapsing into the , knock the remote just barely out of reach. I didn't sign up for this! The sheer notion that both characters are discarding one of the show's most insane story arcs because it's intruding on their veg day is hilarious. Note: This is the second episode where Gumball is not shown.
Back home at last, Darwin confirms that they have nothing left on their to-do list, so he and Gumball lie back down and turn the television on. Small decides to cut himself off from society and live in the wild, forcing Gumball and Darwin to go and rescue him before he hurts himself. The sixth season production began on July 13, 2017 and ended on October 24, 2018. We just wait until our brains tune it out. When they realize that Richard and Samantha are one and the same, they set out to right a wrong. The family rejoices for a hug, but once again, Gumball and Darwin refuse to get up, and everybody else collectively sighs.
Hector ends up disliking his new height and asks to be turned back to normal, Gumball and Darwin oblige, but they forget an ingredient causing Hector to morph and forcing them to find the missing ingredient. Later on, the living room couch is turned into a flat cardboard cutout in the same manner. She has actually been kidnapped by Rob who wants her to paint a specific future for him. Uh, heat goes up, right? The police and fire departments are desperately trying to rescue a family who crashed their car on a freeway bridge. The two must convince him that while life is imperfect we must do our best to make the world a better place.
Darwin: I feel like I'm about to pass out. The Japanese game show host also takes his leave at their bequest. As Richard and the kids try and fail to get rid of it, Nicole and Jojo discover that it came from the Awesome Store and that Richard is in danger. We're gonna have to get up from our chairs! Gumball: Just don't answer it. After trying and failing to know his name, they eventually learn that his name is Harry Gedges. Wear the clothes my dad and I are planning to give to the Salvation Army.
It'd be far too much effort to make the detour to get these leaf blowers. The duo, along with Bobert, travel across Elmore to discover that William is the culprit who then tries to frame them. However, when the studio decided to have its employees all pitch their own ideas, he decided to take some of the rejected characters he had created for commercials and put them all in one series, with a school setting. And yes, even with words literally written on the wall spelling out our heroes' demise, the show's tongue lay firmly in its cheek, and Gumball and Darwin couldn't care less about their message from the future once they dig up some couch candy. They vent their frustrations out on each other regarding Nicole's anger issues and her parents' strict and overachieving expectations. Darwin: You don't want to do anything at all today? It was gonna creep closer to you every time you looked away. However, when the studio decided to have its employees all pitch their own ideas, he decided to take some of the rejected characters he had created for commercials and put them all in one series, w… When Cartoon Network Development Studio Europe was created in 2007, Ben Bocquelet was hired in order to help people pitch their projects to the network.