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The Amazing World Of Gumball – “The Extras” Recap

by The Huntsmanon July 23, 2014
On a particularly uneventful day, the background characters decide it’s time for them to get the spotlight. While some may disagree, I absolutely adored the experimental episodes in season two of Gumball. Both “The Tape” and “The World” were extremely refreshing and I admired the show for being bold enough to do something different. So, […]
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The Amazing World Of Gumball – “The Name” Recap

by The Huntsmanon July 22, 2014
When Gumball learns that his real name is Zach, he begins to behave differently as he struggles with his new-found identity. I found this to be an amusing episode of Gumball. While it’s not the first time Gumball has struggled with being controlled by something, it was executed very well and had some very solidly paced jokes. […]


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The Amazing World Of Gumball – “The Recipe” Recap

by The Huntsmanon July 10, 2014
Gumball is determined to learn how Anton continues to come to school each day despite being destroyed in numerous ways. This was a fun episode of Gumball, but it was also very predictable. I know plots are often recycled in animation, but generally any episodes about cloning all follow the exact same tropes. I suppose […]

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The Amazing World Of Gumball – “The Puppy” Recap

by The Huntsmanon June 27, 2014
Anais, Darwin and Gumball want the family to adopt a puppy. Instead, they get a turtle. A turtle that hates them. This was a fantastic episode. While I greatly appreciate the episodes of the show that tell us more about Gumball’s classmates, I’ve always contended that the best episodes are the ones that involve the […]

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The Amazing World Of Gumball – “The Joy” Recap

by The Huntsmanon June 21, 2014
When the boys show up to school in an unusually happy mood, Miss Simian begins to suspect that they are infected with some sort of virus. I’ve always preferred comedy over horror. I can appreciate the classics, but most forms of media that are meant to be scary just try too hard. Fortunately, I am […]