When a dispute over garbage cans causes Richard and Mr. Robinson to declare war on one another, Darwin and Gumball must figure out a way to keep the peace.
While I enjoyed this episode, I find myself unable to say very much about it. Its plot wasn’t one that jumped out at me, and it seemed rather low-key when compared to some of the more hectic episodes in the series. That’s not to say that this episode didn’t have any hectic moments, however, as it certainly did. I enjoyed the chase scene, even after quickly figuring out that the garbage can they were chasing was empty, and some of the pranks that Gaylord and Richard pulled on one another were very clever. It was nice to see Gaylord Robinson in a major role again, and while his voice is a bit gruffer to match his age, he is more-or-less the same as I remember him being. I can’t say that I was thrilled with the ending, as Gumball seems to be following in the footsteps of Adventure Time with abrupt endings as of late, but all-in-all, it was an enjoyable episode. It just may not have been the most memorable.